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  1. #11
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    Apr 2012
    New England
    I think Caia is very beautiful.
    Mi corazón
    Zoe Milena

  2. #13
    Join Date
    May 2011
    New England
    My ex has a Kaya ( spelled this way). Always loved that name, and have Caius on my list for a boy.
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  3. #15
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Cair Paravel :)
    I like Caia. I generally prefer "C" spellings to "K" spellings, but here I definitely prefer Kaia. Although they're totally different names--Kaia is a Scandinavian (I think!) form of Katherine, while Caia is a feminine form of Caius. Although either is lovely, I've always found myself attracted to Kaia for family reasons. Either meaning is lovely, though--"pure" for Kaia, and "to rejoice" for Caia.

    I've always loved Kaia Elisabeth, but I love the suggestion of Caia Evelyn--I think that's lovely! Something along the lines of Caia Felicity or Caia Juniper would be lovely, too.

    Good luck!
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  4. #17
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    Jun 2011
    Not a fan. Sorry. Plus, I find it a bit hard to say.

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    The sound kai-uh has several different spellings and origins.

    Caia is Latin and means 'to rejoice';
    Kaya is a Native American name meaning 'my elder sister';
    Kaia comes from several different places: it's a feminine of Kai, meaning 'sea', a Norwegian nickname for Katherine, a Greek name meaning 'earth'
    Kaiya, although it looks made up and trendy, is a Japanese name meaning forgiveness.

    Although visually I find Kaiya more appealing, in the US it would often be seen as a kry8tive spelling. Caia and Kaia are both pretty, and I love them both.
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