Miku Nishimoto-Neubert - German pianist with Japanese roots
Miku Mishima - worked on the video games "Pokémon Sun & Moon" and "Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon" (don't even ask how I noticed that in the credits)
Miku - from the Japanese boy pop group An Café
"miku" - Albanian word for "friend"
Ren Li - big Zhiyu Moke fans from our Discord should know this person ))
Kylo Ren - from "Star Wars: Episode 7, 8 & 9"
Vladimir Lenin - communist revolutionary
Luka - from the famous Russian stage play "The Lower Depths"
George Lucas - producer of "Star Wars"
Meiko Haigou - MEIKO's voice provider (trolololol)
Meiko Shiraki - from the anime "Prison School"
Kaitou Kuroba/Kaito Kid/1412 - from the manga series "Detective Conan"
"prima gemacht" - that's what German parents and teachers say to little kids sometimes when they have done something good
Miki - from the manga "Parasyte"
(at this point I wanted to say something about Kaai Yuki, but as soon as Yuki Miku and Sword Art Online came to my mind, I noticed that I could make an entire MyAnimeList about Yuki's)
Mew - from the anime "Elfen Lied"
I A - that's the name of the donkey from "Winnie Pooh" in the Russian version
Lapis Cave - dungeon from the game "Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Red/Blue"
"maika" - Russian word for "singlet" or "shirt"
Merlin - remember the fantasy show "Merlin" with Prince Arthur and Merlin the wizzard?
"rana" - Russian word for "wound"
Daina (not sure if I pronounce it right)
Dana - from the American sitcom "According to Jim"
Stardust Dragon - "YuGiOh!" monster card
"Uni" - that's what we usually call universities in German
Kizuna AI - virtual YouTuber
Chris Brown - musician
Amy - from the cartoon "Futurama"
Sora - from the anime "Beyblade: Metal Fusion"
Sora - from the game series "Kingdom Hearts"
"Rune Factory" - video game series
Satou Murano - from the manga "Parasyte"
Ritsu - from the game "Caligula Effect"
Daisy - from the "Super Mario" games
Wow, my list doubled after I saw lIlI's sprite list.
Here are a few I came up with. I might come up with more later.
Tanizaki Yukari (Yukari-sensei) from Azumanga Daioh
some YouTube user named Dan Zunko(I don’t know anything about them but I do remember seeing that name on YouTube once (it was a long time ago) and the name caught my attention for obvious reasons)
Dexys Midnight Runners, pop group known for their hit song “Come On Eileen”
according to Wikipedia there’s a lewd American song called “Dinah, Show Us Your Leg”(I now have this headcanon that the boys at Daina’s elementary school used to sing it to her to annoy her... sorry, not sorry)
Shinozaki Sachiko, main antagonist in some titles of the Corpse Party game franchise
Unrelated but of my teachers’ first name is Sachiko
this one is a bit far-fetched but Sora is a character in the manga Lagoon Engine by Sugisaki Yukiru. (He’s a ghost/spirit, or maga in that manga’s jargon)
Golden Diva, antagonist in the videogame Warioland 4(The name just reminds me of her)
Bruno, main character in the novel The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne
Katō Yukari, member of the former pop duo “RYTHEM”
Yabuuchi Yuu, mangaka specialising in shōjo manga and known for works such as Mizuiro Jidai and Naisho no Tsubomi. I just remembered now that I was such a huge fan of her works when I was 12-13 years old...
Rin -> Rin Hoshizora (LoveLive!)
Ruby -> Ruby Kurosawa (LoveLive Sunshine!)
Rana -> Spanish word for “Frog”
Iroha -> Iroha Nijiue (Super Danganronpa Another 2 [Danganronpa Fangame])
Nana -> Nana Shimura (Boku no Hero Academia)
Mew -> Mew (Pokémon)
Chika -> Chika Takami (LoveLive Sunshine!)
IA -> “IA” is the acronym of “Inteligencia artificial”, Spanish for “Artificial intelligence” or AI!
Kaito -> Kaito Momota (Danganronpa V3)
Yukari -> Yukari Himekawa (Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness)
Sachiko -> Sachiko Tanaka (Love Live School Idol Festival, she’s one of the N girls!)
Sora -> Sora (Super Danganronpa Another 2 [Danganronpa Fangame])