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    Aya or Ayana?

    Which of these name combinations do you like better? Do you like Aya as a name by itself (it means hawk in Hebrew) or would it work as a nickname for Ayana (not a Hebrew name, but it could be shortened to Aya).

    Ayana Faye
    Aya Simone

    So, Ayana (nn Aya) or just Aya?


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    I like Aya Simone.
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    Thanks oboeplayer1! Hope I get some more responses.

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    I like it in theory, but it sounds a lot like a greeting, so I could see it getting confusing--like at a playground if you call out Aya, and everyone starts waving back at you.

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    I like Ayana, nn Aya, because it has more nn options


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