Multicultural Name of the Day 2.0

Today it’s the Greenlandic name [name_f]Pipaluk[/name_f] which means “sweet little thing who belongs to me”

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[name_m]Achmed[/name_m]

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[name_u]Vivendel[/name_u] (VEE-ven-del)

Norwegian name meaning “honeysuckle flower” :hibiscus:

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Elsi!!!

It’s Amharic and is pronounced ill-sigh! I’m obsessed, it’s a perfect mix of two of my favorite names, [name_f]Ilsa[/name_f] and Elsie!!

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I have a friend from Uganda named Rehma. I just looked it up and it’s from the Quran. It apparently means “mercy” and “grace”.

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[name_m]Miklós[/name_m] - one that @eagleeyes introduced me to! It’s a Czech and Hungarian form of [name_m]Nicholas[/name_m]

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I’m so glad you like [name_m]Miklós[/name_m]! I absolutely adore it :heart_eyes:

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I just absolutely fell in love with [name_f]Nayeli[/name_f] after discovering it today. I love [name_f]Naya[/name_f] too.

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Met a man named [name_f]Nieves[/name_f] today and :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes: what a great name!!

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Yes - it sounds like it’s a variant of Rahman. Beautiful name.

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[name_u]Amal[/name_u]! I fall in love with it a little bit more every single day!

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Manuela!!

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[name_u]Love[/name_u] it!

[name_f]Sadia[/name_f] :dizzy:

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[name_f]Sunniva[/name_f] :sunny:

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Mekselina!

It’s a variant of [name_m]Maximilian[/name_m], historically masculine but slightly more common for females today. I like the nickname Meks (pronounced like Max)

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[name_f]Janeska[/name_f]!

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Meirav!

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[name_f]Quetzalli[/name_f], a Nahuatl name meaning “beautiful feather”.

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Myam!

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