Moana, Timea, Kale, Anakaoni, Kamea ... the exotic names make us travel and their sounds evoke the holidays. Why not offer a nice trip to your baby with this selection of names straight from the islands.
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This is a nice mixed name! Given to boys in Polynesia and mixed in metropolis, Moana means ocean, calm of the lagoon in Polynesian and child in Maori. It's a nice name, still rare. He has no known holiday date. Why not with Ocean (e) on February 7th?
Male name, Anakoni is the Hawaiian equivalent of Antoine, from the Greek "antônios", which means brave. It is celebrated on January 17th.
Male first name, Kale is the Hawaiian equivalent of Charles, from the Germanic "karl", which means manly. A name that is celebrated on November 4th.
Female name, Malia is the Hawaiian equivalent of Mary. This name has many origins and meanings. In Hawaii, it means "calm and quiet". It is also a very common name in Kenya and Tanzania, where it means "queen" in Swahili. It is celebrated on August 15th.
Male name, Kahoni means the "kiss of the ocean" in Hawaiian. This name has no known holiday date. Why not September 18 with Océan and Océane?
Male name of Kanak origin, Timea is a variant of Timothy, the Greek "the one who honors God". With its ending in "a", it can very well be used for a girl if you wish. It is celebrated on January 26th.
KaiMale, the name Kai means "sea" in the Hawaiian language. Of Welsh origin, he also means "keeper of the keys". It's up to you to choose the meaning you like. More information on first name Kaï
MaëvaneFemale first name, Maevane comes from New Caledonia. This name refers to the charm and beauty of the distant islands of the Pacific. Please ? it is celebrated on September 6th with Eve or on October 30th with the Italian saint Welcome. More information on first name Maëvane
KanoaKanoa is a name of Hawaiian origin that "freedom". It's a mixed first name, but it's mostly used for girls. More information about first name Kanoa
TamaraFemale name, Tamara comes from the Hebrew "thamar", pointing to the date palm. It's a common name in the islands but also in Spanish-speaking countries. The Tamara are celebrated on May 1st. More information about first name Tamara
AranaIn the Polynesian language, the female name Arana means "the bird's nest hard to find from the apiri tree" ... original! More information about first name Arana
Female name, Hina means "daughter of the moon and sun" in Tahitian. In Tahitian culture, the legend of the coconut tells that Princess Hina was born from the meeting between the Sun and the Moon. No festive date known for this name.
Of Hawaiian origin, the Kaméa feminine name means "unique and precious". A good idea for your treasure!
MaevaThis sweet female name is one of the best known! In the Canaan language, it means "welcome". It came from New Caledonia through Tahiti ... a nice trip. It is celebrated on October 30th or September 6th. More information on the first name Maéva
Mixed, this beautiful name comes from the word keola which means "life" in Hawaiian. This name is rare in France. An original idea for your baby. He has no known holiday date. It's up to you to choose yours!