What is the meaning of the name Aiva?
The name Aiva is primarily a female name of English origin that means To Breathe, To Live.
There are various possible origins for the name Ava. In English it is most likely a variant of Eve or Eva. It is also an ancient Germanic name, a diminutive of names with the element avi, and has an uncertain meaning. Ava is also a Persian name with the meaning of "voice or sound." In Hebrew, it means "life" or "living one," and in Italian, the name is a shortened form of "Avelina" or "Aveline," which means "hazelnut."
Five famous people named Ava include:
Ava Gardner - An American actress, who was one of the leading stars of Hollywood in the 1940s and 1950s.
Ava DuVernay - An American filmmaker, director, and screenwriter, known for her work on films such as "Selma" and "A Wrinkle in Time."
Ava Max - An American singer and songwriter, known for her hit songs "Sweet but Psycho" and "Kings & Queens."
Ava Phillippe - The daughter of actors Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe. She is also an actress and model.
Ava Allan - An American actress and model, known for her roles in TV shows such as "True Jackson, VP" and "Love Is All You Need?"
Five fictional characters named Ava include:
Ava Crowder - A character from the TV series "Justified." She is a member of the Crowder crime family and the love interest of the main character, Raylan Givens.
Ava Lord - A character from the graphic novel and movie "Sin City." She is a seductive and manipulative woman who hires the protagonist, Dwight McCarthy, to kill her abusive husband.
Ava Jalali - A character from the TV series "Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists." She is a talented hacker and a student at Beacon Heights University.
Ava Ire - A character from the video game "Pyre." She is an exiled demon who joins the protagonist's team in their quest for freedom.
Ava Starr / Ghost - A character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe film "Ant-Man and the Wasp." She is a villain with the ability to phase through solid objects.