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Gender: F Meaning of Mai: "coyote" Origin of Mai: Japanese

Cross-cultural winner.

Famous People Named Mai

Mai Therese Shanley, Miss USA 1984
Mai Mihara, Japanese figure skater
Mai Elisabeth Zetterling, Swedish actress
Mai Hagiwara, Japanese pop singer of Cute
Mai Kuraki, Japanese pop singer
Mai Charoenpura, Thai pop singer
Mai Kadowaki, Japanese actress
Mai Kudo, Japanese pop singer
Mai Matsumuro, Japanese pop singer of Dream
Mai Yamane, Japanese blues singer
Mai Neng Moua, Hmong-American writer
Mai Toda, Japanese painter
Davika "Mai" Hoorne, Thai actress and model
Mai Ozeki, Japanese pop singer and member of Country Girls

Pop Culture References for the name Mai

Mai is Welsh and German for May (pronounced like "my")

Mai, character on the "Avatar: The Last Airbender" TV series
Mai Valentine, character in Yu-Gi-Oh!
Mai Silk, character in Jenny Nimmo's "The Children of the Red King" series
Mai Waifu, character from the video game "Yandere Simulator"