Aya - smiling
|Multicolor yarn AYA|
There are several alternative spellings including Ayah and Aiya.
There is also an African Adinkra symbol called an Aya which is a fern, it is a symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
In the Raute language of Nepal, Aya refers to one's sister-in-law, meaning the wife of one's elder or younger brother. The word's origin comes from Proto-Tibeto-Burman ’ay (alternate form yay) meaning mother http://stedt.berkeley.edu/~stedt-cgi/rootcanal.pl/etymon/6134."
Doesn't this tie in nicely and quite unexpectantly with the name of this blog?
|Crocosmia Montbretia Lucifer|