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>make a 3D character
>name it Maya
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Close enough.
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>>543097
In my country Maya is a very common female Name, I even had 2 girlfriends both named Maya... but it was kinda strange coincidence
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>>543137
oh and funny shit is that Mari is also a very comon girl's name here.
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Max and Houdini are names too
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>>543097
Maya is not only a name, but its the name of an indian goddess and a south american language-family.
Māyā is also a Buddhist term translated as "pretense" or "deceit".
In Sanskrit it literally means "illusion" or a "magic show, an illusion where things appear to be present but are not what they seem".

>>543127
In some indigenous Maya based dialects, Aya means Spirit.

Maya/ Maja could be an affectionate form of Maria.
Which leads us to Mari.
Mari is a single standing name in some cultures, in others its a form of Maria.
>>543138
Where are you from and what means Mari in your culture?

>>543193
Then there is Clarisse and Thea & Maxwell.
I am pretty sure there exists some dumb parents who would name their kids Octane or Indigo.
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>make 3D software
>name it after an appliance in a eurotrash song about infomercials (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaZTSDfT1o4)
>could have named it after a much more hip Tom Waits song about consumerism (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2_snSkpULQ)



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