Since mirrors are often used in horror movies, here’s a list of names whose meanings relate to the word “mirror.”
Aaina (F) is Urdu and Hindi.
Aina (F) is Kazakh, from Persian ayneh.
Ainash (F) is Kazakh.
Amira (F) can mean “love mirror” in Japanese. This is a completely different name from the Arabic Amira, which means “princess.”
Aýna (F) is Turkmeni.
Aynagözel (F) means “beautiful mirror” in Turkmeni.
Gulyona (F) means “rose mirror, flower mirror” in Uzbek.
Gyuzgyush (F) is Lezgian, a Northeast Caucasian language primarily spoken in Dagestan and northern Azerbaijan.
Kyouhei (M) can mean “peace mirror,” “36 square foot mirror,” “mirror army,” “mirror soldier,” “mirror design,” and “mirror pattern” in Japanese.
Oyna (F) is Uzbek.
Oynaband (F) means “decorated with mirrors” in Uzbek.
Oynagul (F) means “flower mirror, rose mirror” in Uzbek.
Oynajamol (F) means “mirror beauty” in Uzbek.
Oynaxol (F) means “mirror beauty mark” in Uzbek. X is pronounced like the guttural CH in loch and Chanukah.
Tezcatlipoca (M) means “smoking mirror” in Nahuatl. This was the name of a major Aztec god, who ruled winds, the night sky, the north, and war. He was also one of the creator gods.
Ugluspegill (M) means “owl mirror” in Icelandic. This is a rare, modern name.
Yayauhqui (U) means “black smoking mirror” in Nahuatl.