The name Kyara is a stylish variation of the name Kiara. Often given to girls, Kyara is the modern variation of the Italian name Chiara or the Irish Ciara. The name comes from the Latin word 'clarus. Hence, the meaning of Kyara is 'clear', 'famous', or 'bright'. Other spelling variations of this name include Clara, Clare, Claire, Klara, Keira, and Kira. Interestingly, the meaning of this name in Irish is the exact opposite in Latin. In Irish, Kyara is a variation of Ciara, which means 'black' or 'dark', and is often used as the feminine variation of the name Ciar. Vingt-et-un Systems gave the name to a priestess character in their fully voiced PS2 video game Ururun Quest: Koiyuuki. However, a few notable persons bear the name in its Kyara variant even though the Kiara variant is a bit more popular. One of them is the Dutch professional racing cyclist Kyara Stijns, a one-time champion in the Dutch junior national championships road race.