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Region Origin: Eastern Asia

Skye is a gender-neutral name of Scottish origin, meaning "island of clouds" or "winged". The name is derived from the Norse word "ský," which means "cloud". It is also associated with the Isle of Skye, one of the largest islands in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. The island was originally known as Eilean a' Cheò, which means "Island of the Mist" in Gaelic. Skye has a light and breezy nature, and it is inspired by the misty isle and the winged appearance of the island's peninsulas radiating from a mountainous center.

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