Hana (name)

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Hana
GenderFemale
Origin
Meaningthe grace of God (Hebrew)
moon (Albanian)
happiness (Arabic)
flower (Japanese)
one (Korean)
to glow (Maori)
Other names
Related namesHannah

Hana as a given name may have any of several origins. It can be a variant transliteration of Hannah, which is the Jewish and French and Christian form, meaning "grace" in Hebrew associated with God. It is also a Kurdish name meaning hope (هانا), a Persian name meaning flower (حَنا), and an Arabic name meaning happiness (هَناء). As a Japanese name, it is usually translated as flower (). In Korean, it means the number one (하나). In Albanian, "Hana" means "the moon". In Hawaiian, "Hana" means "craft" or "work" . In Maori, "Hana" means to shine, glow, give out love or radiance [1]

People[edit]

Czech and Slovak
Japanese
  • Hanahime (, died 1639), Japanese woman of the late Azuchi-Momoyama through early Edo period
  • Hana Usui (笛吹 花, born 1974), Japanese artist
  • Hana Sugisaki (杉咲 花, born 1997), Japanese actress
Korean
  • Lee Ha-na (born 1982), South Korean actress
  • Oh Ha-na (born 1985), South Korean fencer
  • Park Ha-na (born 1985), South Korean actress
  • Yoo Ha-na (born 1986), South Korean actress
  • Kim Ha-na (born 1989), South Korean badminton player
  • Han Hana (born 1990), South Korean actress
  • Jung Hana (born 1990), South Korean rapper, member of Secret
  • Jang Ha-na (born 1992), South Korean golfer
  • Hana Mae Lee (fl. 2000s), American actress of Korean descent
  • Shin Bo-ra (born 1993), stage name Hana, member of Gugudan
Arab

Other

Fictional characters[edit]

Works from Japan
Works from elsewhere

Hana,a playable character in the game Fire Emblem Fates

  • Hana, the wife of Sadao in Pearl Buck's short story "The Enemy"
  • Hana, a Canadian nurse in the award-winning novel and film The English Patient
  • Hana Stoppable, Ron's adopted baby sister in the 2002–2007 Disney Channel animated series Kim Possible
  • Hana Gitelman, a character in 2006–2010 American graphics novel series Heroes
  • Hana Tsu-Vachel, player character first introduced in 2009 in American video game series Fear Effect
  • Jung Hana, a character in 2012 South Korean drama Love Rain
  • D.Va, real name Hana Song, a South Korean character in 2016 American video game Overwatch
  • Hana Daidaiyama, a character in the video game Yandere Simulator

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