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  Moon
  Amaris: english: Child of the Moon
  Ay: turkish: Moon
  Aysel: turkish: Moonlike
  Badria: afghani: Moonlike
  Chandrika: hindu: moonlight
  Chantrea: cambodian: Moonlight
  Cynthia: greek: Moon
  Dolunay: turkish: Full moon
  Hilal: turkish: Cresent
  Indu: hindu: moon
  Indukala: hindu: moonlight
  Indulala: hindu: moonlight
  Induma: hindu: moon
  Indumukhi: hindu: with moonlike face
  Isadora: greek: Gift of the moon
  Jyotsna: hindu: moonlight
  Kamaria: somali: Like the moon
  Kamra: muslim: Moon
  Kaumudi: hindu: moonlight
  Konane (koh-nah-neh): hawaiian: Bright as the moonlight
  Levana: hebrew: Moon
  Luna: latin: Moon
  Lunula: latin: Half moon
  Magena (mah-jeen-ah): native american: The coming moon
  Mah: persian: Moon
  Mahasti: persian: "You are a moon"
  Mahin: persian: Related to the moon
  Mahina (mah-heen-nah): hawaiian: Moon
  Mahliqua: persian: Moonlike
  Mahstai (mah-sah-tee): persian: Moon lady
  Mehtap: turkish: Moonlight
  Miakoda (migh-yah-koh-dah): native american: Power of the moon
  Migina (mi-jee-nah): omaha indian: Moon returning
  Mika (mee-kah): japanese: New moon
  Mimiteh (meh-meh-teh): native american: New moon
  Mitena: native american: Coming moon; new moon
  Mitexi: native american: Sacred Moon
  Neoma/Neona: greek: New Moon
  Nuray: turkish: Moonlight
  Ofra: mandinka: Moon
  Philomena: greek: Lover of the moon
  Quamarah: muslim: The moon
  Qamra: arabic: Moon
  Selena: greek: Moon
  Shashi (shah-shee): hindu: Moonbeam
  Soma: indian: Moon
  Somatra: indian: Excelling the moon
  Tainn: native american: New moon
  Yue: chinese: Moon
  Sun
  Cam: english-gypsy: Beloved, refering to the sun
  Ghazaalah: persian: Graceful; the sun
  Grian (Gree-ahn): scottish: Sun
  Grianghath (gree-an-gah-th): scottish: Sunbeam
  Kala: hawaiian: Sun; princess
  Levana: latin: Rising sun
  Savita: indian: Sun
  Shamsa: persian: Sun
  Solana: spanish: Sunshine
  Tanya: greek: Sun
  Stars
  Ashwini: hindu: name of a star
  Asta: greek: Star
  Astra: greek: Like a star
  Astrid: armenian: Star
  Anusha: hindu: beautiful morning, a star
  Anuradha: hindu: a bright star
  Chandani: hindu: star
  Citla (see-tlah or seh-tal-ah): aztec: Star
  Citlalmina (sit-lahl-MEEN-ah): aztec: Arrow stars (meteorite)
  Danica (dah-nee-kah): slavic: The morning star
  Estelle: latin: Star
  Ester/Esther: swedish: Star
  Falak: arabian: Star
  Hesper: greek: Evening star
  Hoshi: japanese: A star
  Izar: basque: Star
  Kira (kigh-rah): persian: Sun
  Lani: hawaiian: Sky
  Lumen: latin: Star
  Mamid: native american: The star dancer
  Najmah: arabian: Star
  Najum: muslim: Stars
  Parvin: persian: Cluster of stars, Pleiades
  Roxanna: latin: Sparkling star
  Sidra: latin: Like a star
  Sitara: sanskrit: Morning Star
  Soraya/Suraya: persian: Star; Pleiades constellation; Princess
  Spica (spigh-kah): latin: Name of a star
  Starlet: etymological: A diminuitive star, or a young aspiring movie actress.
  Svetlana (svet-lah- nah): russian: Star
  Thurrayya: muslim: Star; the Pleiades
  Yildiz: turkish: Star
  Weather
  Amshula: hindu: Sunny
  Ambuda: hindu: Cloud
  Anan: arabian: Clouds
  Aolani: hawaiian: Heavenly cloud
  Apolline: greek: Sunshine, warmth and strength
  Beohmida (bee-ohm-ee-dah): korean: Rain; rainfall
  Dagna: teutonic: Fair as day
  Damini: hindu: Lightning
  Huyana: native american: Rain falling
  Istas (ee-stahs): native american: Snow
  Jora: hebrew: Autumn rain
  Karli: turkish: Covered with snow
  Kartane: turkish: Snowflake
  Manju: hindu: Snow, dew drops
  Megha: hindu: Cloud
  Miyuki: japanses: Deep snow
  Nariko: japanese: Thunder child
  Neha: hindu: Love, rain
  Neva: spanish: Snow
  Nevada: latin: Snowy
  Skye: latin/welsh: Sky
  Stiria: latin: Icicle
  Taima (tah-ee-mah): native american: Crash of thunder
  Tama: native american: Thunderbolt
  Tempesta: latin: Storm
  Thora/Tora: old norse: Thunder
  Varsha: hindu: Rain
  Xia: chinese: Cloud
  Other
  Alaula: hawaiian: Light of daybreak
  Ambar: hindu: Sky
  Aruna: hindu: Dawn
  Arunima: hindu: Glow of dawn
  Azura: english: Clear blue sky
  Celeste/Celina/Celene/Celine/Celestia/Celestine/Celestina: jewish-latin: Heavenly, celestrial
  Dagny: norwegian: Day, brightness
  Dawn: old english: Dawn
  Duha: muslim: Forenoon
  Jannah/Jannat: muslim: Heaven, garden
  Koko: native american: Night
  Laila (lah-ee-lah): danish: Night
  Lailie (lay-lee): hebrew: Born during the night
  Lani: hawaiian: Sky, heaven
  Leila (lay-lah): arabic: Born at night, black
  Lelia: swahili: night
  Leilani: hawaiian: Heavenly (Sky) child
  Lila: arabic: Night
  Mahirimah (mah-hher-eh-mah): persian: Sun-moon; very beautiful
  Menaka: hindu: Celestial damsel
  Nalani: hawaiian: Calmness of the heavens(skies)
  Nisha: india: Night
  Nyx: greek: Night
  Okelani: hawaiian: From heaven
  Orianna: latin: Golden, dawning
  Ratri: hindu: Night
  Roxana: persian: Dawn
  Sahira (sah-heer-ah): muslim: Earth, moon, spring which flows constantly
  Sandya: hindu: Sunset time
  Seher: turkish: Dawn
  Shabanna: muslim: Belonging to the night; young lady
  Sonsee-array: apache: Morning star takes away clouds
  Zarah: hebrew: Coming of dawn
  Zerlinda: hebrew: Beautiful dawn
  Zora: greek: Dawn
  Male Names
  Moon
  Balachandra: hindu: Young moon
  Chander/Chandra: hindu: Moon
  Chandrashekhar: hindu: One who holds moon in his hair knot (Shiva)
  Chandresh: hindu: Lord of the moon
  Divyendu: hindu: Bright moon
  Hemachandra: hindu: Golden moon
  Jacy: native american: The moon
  Lalitchandra: hindu: Beautiful moon
  Mayank: hindu: Moon
  Phoolendu: hindu: Full moon
  Quamar: muslim: The moon
  Shashank: hindu: Moon
  Shashee: hindu: Moon
  Sudhanssu: hindu: Moon
  Tungesh: hindu: Moon
  Virochan: hindu: Moon
  Sun
  Aland: english: Bright as the sun
  Anshuman: hindu: Sun
  Arun: hindu: Sun
  Bhaskar: hindu: Sun
  Ciro: spanish: Sun
  Dinesh: hindu: Sun
  Dinkar: hindu: Sun
  Divakar: hindu: Sun
  Finley: english: Sunbeam
  Hari: hindu: Sun
  Ishan: hindu: Sun
  Jayaditya: hindu: Victorious sun
  Khorshid (kohr-sheed): persian: Sun
  Lalitaditya: hindu: Beautiful sun
  Martand: hindu: Sun
  Mihir: hindu: Sun
  Prabhakar: hindu: Sun
  Samson: hebrew: Like the sun
  Sol/Solis: latin: Sun; sunshine
  Solisorcasus (soh-leh-sohr-kay-sas): latin: Sun-set
  Solisortus (soh-leh-sohr-toos): latin: Sun-rise
  Suresh: hindu: Sun
  Surya: hindu: Sun
  Suryakant: hindu: Loved by the sun
  Tapan: hindu: Sun, summer
  Stars
  Altair: greek: Star
  Baran: latin: Form of star Aldebaran
  Eous (ee-oh-oos): latin: Morning star
  Tarak: hindu: Star
  Xihuitl (shee-WHEE-tl): aztec: Comet
  Weather
  Afteb: persian: Sunshine
  Barf: persian: Snow
  Brishen: english-gypsy: Born during a rain
  Helaku (hel-ah-koo): native american: Sunny day
  Tufan: persian: Storm
  Yakh: persian: Ice
  Weather/Other
  Ambar: hindu: Sky
  Akash: hindu: Sky
  Dag: norwegian: Day
  Daren: nigerian: Born at night
  Delano: old french: Of the night
  Eos: latin: Dawn
  Gagan (gay-gahn): sukhism: Sky, heaven
  Gaganvihari: hindu: One who stays in heaven
  Hinehr (high-nehr): korean: Sky
  Kane (kah-nee): hawaiian: The eastern sky
  Nesf-e-shab: persian: Midnight
  Nishit: hindu: Midnight
  Nilay: hindu: Heaven
  Prabhat: hindu: Dawn
  Rakesh: hindu: Lord of the night, sun
  Rajanikant: hindu: Sun, lord of night
  Taran: hindu: Heaven
  Tlanextic (tlan-NEX-tik): aztec: The light of dawn
  Yakecan (yah-keh-shen): dene indian: Skysong
  Yaten: japanese: Night sky
  Vyomesh: hindu: Lord of the sky
  Both genders
  Glacius/Glacies (glay-sees): latin: Ice
  Hoshi: japanese: Star
  Koori: japanese: Ice
  Nichi: japanese: Sun
  Ryuuza: japanese: Draco (dragon) constellation
  Sei: japanese: Star
  Seiya: japanese: Star Field
  Shab: persian: Night
  Sobh: persian: Morning
  Storm: old english: Stormy weather
  Tsukino: japanese: Of the moon
  Planets
  Dosei: japanese: Saturn; roughly translates "earth star"
  Kaiousei: japanese: Neptune; roughly translates "sea/ocean king star"
  Kasei: japanese: Mars; roughly translates "fire star"
  Kinsei: japanese: Venus; roughly translates "gold star"
  Meiousei: japanese: Pluto; roughly translates "dark king star"
  Mokusei: japanese: Jupiter; roughly translates "wood star"
  Mushtaree: muslim: Jupiter, planet
  Suisei: japanese: Mercury; roughly translates "water star"
  Taiyou/Hiyou: japanese: Sun; roughly translates "big sunshine" or "fire sunshine"
  Tennousei: japanese: Uranus; roughly translates "sky/heaven king star"
  Tsuchi: japanese: Earth
  Tsuki: japanese: Moon