Does anyone know what Yaya means and what language its in?
I CALL MY AUNT YAYA WHEN HER NAME IS LORI
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Oh cool thanks guys and girls for letting me know what "yaya" meant. =] =D

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Yes yes in my language

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Yaya means nanny..here in phillipines yaya means maid or nanny..

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Oh like I said in the last answer. My aunt said it was german and it meant grandmother and ya.

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Based on the Filipino language Yaya means a nanny.

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Oh cool well I got her name when my grandma yelled her first and middle name and it kinda sounded like yaya. My aunt yaya said it meant grandmother in german is that the same thing you said?

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Yaya is an old brazilian nickname for Miss or Missy. During slavery years, the slaves used to refear to the little Miss from the big house as Yayá or Iaiá. In ancient Greek, "Yaya" meant literally "woman." Today, Greek grandmothers are called "Yaya," likely because they have achieved womanhood. In an Afro-Caribbean religious sect, found mostly in Brazil and the Congo, the word "Yaya" refers to a woman who has gone through a religious initiation. It means "Mother" or "Mama Priestess." In both cultural traditions, the word "Yaya" represents the highest form of woman, achieved only through initiation, experience and longevity. It represents, literally, the Journey to Womanhood.

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