The surname Mika is a girl's surname of Hungarian, Japanese, Russian origin an interpretation "beautiful fragrance".


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Mika is a Japanese girls" name that translates easily to English. As a masculine name, it"s a short form of Mikael, the Scandinavian and Finnish form of Michael. Both space spelled and pronounced the same.
Mika Emilie Leonia BrzezinskiAmerican television host and also journalistMika Sue BooremAmerican actressMika AbdallaAmerican actressMika NakashimaJapanese pop singerMika DoiJapanese voice actressMika Taressa ToddJapanese,American singerMichelle "Mika" UrbaniakPolish pop singerMika HandaJapanese singer of team Mika BombMika Newton (born Oksana Stefanivna Grytsay)Ukrainian singerMika TanAmerican adult modelMika MiyazatoJapanese golfer
Mika Samuelscharacter ~ above TV's "The go Dead"Mika Graingercharacter on brother TV series "Waterloo Road"Mika Ahonencharacter in anime/manga "Strike Witches"Rainbow "R." Mikacharacter in the Street Fighter video clip game seriesMika Jougasakicharacter in THE iDOLM
STER CINDERELLA GIRLS video clip gameMika Kujiinone the the main personalities in the Kanamemo anime/mangaMika Nogizakacharacter in the irradiate novel and anime Nogizaka Haruka No HimitsuMika Shimotsukicharacter in anime Psycho,PassMikazuki "Mika" Auguscharacter in Mobile fit Gundam: steel Blooded OrphansMika Returnacharacter in Under Night In,BirthVariation the Miekea netherlands diminutive of Maria


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