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Gender: Feminine. Origin: Deccani (proto-urdu).
Ayan' in Turkish, means "obviously" or "clearly"
'Ayan' [Urdu/Persian.] with the last 'n' not pronounced fully... but half i.e. nasal tone sound..)... means something that is open and clear /something like : "something vividly clear on the face of it" or prima-facie.
In Sanskrit this also means "Speed" in English or "Gati" in Hindi.
In Tamil: 'Ayan' is the name of Brahma, the Creator
Ayan, originally means long night. Origin: Indian Farsi (Ancient, discontinued)
In accordance with deccani tradition the Urdu pronunciation is given preference with the emphasis on Turkish feeling and Sanskrit enlightenment in standing with the original Farsi meaning .
205. That's an acuity digit.
My Hmolpedia is extrasensory perception, hyper-agility, eidetic memory, mind palace, cognitive/interpersonal empathy among others.