Janati Names used by myself

Janati Names used by myself

The Names used by myself are mainly Clan Jana, with a couple of personal differences to clarify their stream for me.

3 Janati of Spirit

Lady Rhaya – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
The origin of Rhaya is the Old Greek language.
The name is of obscure meaning, possibly from rheo or rheos (meaning ‘river, stream’).
Rhaya is a form of the English, German, and Greek name Rhea.
Rhaya is pronounced Ree ah

Lady Theia / Lucia – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
Latin feminine form from lux ‎(“light”)
Theia is pronounced Thigh ah
Lucia is pronounced Loo Ce ah

Lady Candra – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
From Sanskrit चन्द्र ‎(candra, “moon”).
Candra is pronounced Can drah

From Middle English mone, from Old English mōna ‎(“moon”), from Proto-Germanic *mēnô ‎(“moon”), from Proto-Indo-European *mḗh₁n̥s ‎(“moon, month”), probably from *meh₁- ‎(“to measure”). Cognate with Scots mone, mune, muin ‎(“moon”), North Frisian muun ‎(“moon”), West Frisian moanne ‎(“moon”), Dutch maan ‎(“moon”), German Mond ‎(“moon”), Swedish måne ‎(“moon”), Icelandic máni ‎(“moon”), Latin mēnsis ‎(“month”). See also month, a related term within Indo-European.

4 Janati of Earth

Lady Grace – March 25 / Columbina 5
From Middle English grace, from Old French grace (Modern French grâce), from Latin grātia “kindness, favour, esteem”, from grātus ‘pleasing’ from Proto-Indo-European *gʷerH- ‎(“to praise, welcome”).
Grace is pronounced GreyS

Lady Vicka – June 13 / Rosa 1
Latin for victor, diminutive of Victoria (English, German, Romanian, and Spanish).
Vicka is pronounced Vih-Kah

Lady Justina – Sept 5 / Abalon 1
Latin feminine iustus ‎(“just”).
1. just, righteous
2. lawful, legal
3. justified, merited, well-deserved, due
4. (figuratively) exact, straight, direct
From Proto-Italic *jowestos, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂yew-.
The baby girl name Justina is pronounced in English as JHuhS-TIY-Nah

Lady Sofia – Nov 28 / Astrea 1:
From Ancient Greek σοφία ‎(sophía, “wisdom”).
Pronunciation for Sofia: So-FIY-ah


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