Starring the Emmy Award nominee and beloved "Saturday Night Live" veteran, "The Maya Rudolph Show" revisits the classic variety show format.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Maya Rudolph Show - Maya (given name) - Netflix
Maya is a feminine name with multiple meanings. In Hindu philosophy, Māyā means “illusion” and in Hindu mythology, it is also an alternate name of the Hindu goddess Durga. According to tradition, Queen Māyā of Sakya was also the name of the mother of Siddartha Gautama, the Buddha. In Hebrew, the name Maya (מַיָּה/מאיה in Hebrew) is a short form of “ma'ayan,” meaning “spring” or “brook.” In Old Persian the name means “generous”. Maya can also be a name used as a tribute to the Maya peoples of southern Mexico and northern Central America or to the Maya, a group of Indigenous Australians. Additionally, Maya can be a name of Japanese origin, with different meanings. Variants include Mayako and Mayaka. Mount Maya is a Japanese mountain named for the mother of Buddha. In the Nepali language, “Maya” means “love” The name is also used as a variant form of the Greek-origin name Maia (Μαια in Ancient Greek), the eldest of the Pleiades and the mother of Hermes in Greek and Roman mythology. The unrelated name Maia, meaning “courage” or “bravery” in the Māori language, is popular for Māori girls in New Zealand. Sometimes spelled Maja, it can also be used as a short form of Maria or Mary in Germany, Scandinavian countries, Poland, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, and Macedonia. Maya is also used as a short form for the name Amalia or the Basque name Amaia or Amaya (meaning “the end”) in Spanish-speaking countries. The similar-sounding Japanese name Mayu means “truth, reason”, while some sources say Amaya (pronounced A-MAH-YAH) is a Japanese name meaning “night rain”. Another origin for the name Maya is the Tupi language spoken by Brazilian native Indians, meaning “Mother”, and Mayara, meaning “Grandmother”. Maya has been a popular name for girls in recent years. It is currently among the top hundred names used for baby girls in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, Norway, and Israel as well as in other countries. Alternate spellings proliferate, with the name sometimes spelled Maia, Maja, Maiya, Miya, Mya, or Myah. The similar name Mia is also sometimes used as a spelling variant of Maya.
The Maya Rudolph Show - Fictional characters named Maya - Netflix
Maya the Bee, the main character of the 1912 German children's book The Adventures of Maya the Bee and its various adaptions Maya (comics), an Indian DC Comics super-heroine Maya, the alter ego of the Marvel Comics superhero Paragon Maya, the original name given to Aelita in the French animated TV series Code Lyoko Maya (Azumanga Daioh), a minor character in the shōnen manga Azumanga Daioh Maya, one of the main characters in the Redakai: Conquer the Kairu franchise Maya Ibuki, a minor character in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise Maya Santos, a character from the children's animated series Maya & Miguel Maya St. Germain, a secondary character in the Pretty Little Liars series of young-adult novels
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