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