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Minja

  • Origin: Slavic
  • Gender: neutral
Oluwatosin Michael
Sep 15, 2022 By Oluwatosin Michael
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The name Minja comes from Slavic origin. The meaning of Minja is ‘pleasant’, ‘kind’, ‘loving’, ‘dear’, ‘gentle’, ‘nice’, or ‘mild’. It is derived from the root words ‘milŭ’ and ‘mil’. The name is a variant of the Slavic name 'Milana', also spelled as 'Milena'. The name is a gender-neutral name. Minja is most often used as a first or middle name. Minja Koskela is a Finnish author, music instructor, and researcher who wrote the non-fiction books 'Above all, a feminist’, ‘Becoming a mother’, and ‘Done differently – discussions about school’. She is currently an active politician in Finland. Milutin Minja is a former Yugoslavian basketball coach and player. He represented his country at the 1959 Mediterranean Games held in Lebanon, where they won a gold medal. A 2016 documentary titled ‘The 1956 Champions (Šampioni iz pedeset i šeste)’ was produced to honor this achievement with the national team. Milan Minja Subota is a former popular TV host, composer, musician, and photographer. He was very popular. He was a recipient of the ‘Order of Karađorđe's Star’, the highest honor bestowed upon Serbians who have rendered exceptional services to their country. ‘Aeja's Older Sister, Minja’ is the title of a 2008 South Korean series.

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Minja is most often associated with the gender: neutral.
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M-I-N-J-A, 5-letter neutral given name.

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Written by Oluwatosin Michael

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Oluwatosin MichaelBachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

With a Bachelor's in Microbiology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Oluwatosin has honed his skills as an SEO content writer, editor, and growth manager. He has written articles, conducted extensive research, and optimized content for search engines. His expertise extends to leading link-building efforts and revising onboarding strategies. 

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