Amaya Name Meaning & Origin
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- Nicknames for Amaya
Ama, Maya, May,Mymy
- Meanings and history of the name Amaya
Spanish/Basque for "a high place"
Japanese for "night rain"
Aymara Culture in South America for “Beloved Daughter”
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Amaya Brecher, from MTV's Real World: Hawaii
Amaya Josephine Hermann (b. 2011), daughter of American actress Mariska Hargitay
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Amaya o los vascos en el siglo VIII (Amaya, or the Basques in the eighth century) is a Romantic historical novel published in 1879 by Francisco Navarro-Villoslada, probably the most famous novel by a Navarrese author. The story is placed during the invasion of Visigothic Spain by the Moors.