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.