Ainoa witnessed red flames burning high for the first time, setting her own heart ablaze. However, its heat sapped the cold that preserved her being, and she was forced to extinguish it. "So many wonderful sights, only to be seen for a moment..." The world of ice spread around her as she continued her journey, never to end until it encompassed the entire planet.
Ainoa is a Finnish feminine name, meaning "only one, only, sole; thourelly splendid". Derived from the word ainoa "only" or "one child" (having no siblings). A variant of Aino, Aina, Ainamo, Aidnu, Ainukka, etc of the same root. The name Aino was invented by Elias Lönnrot, the composer of the Finnish and Karelian national epic poetry Kalevala, compiled from oral folklore and mythology.