Ainoa is revered within that world of eternal snow alone as the Great Ice Queen, but is only because she is unable to leave her frozen continent that none have recognized her name outside its border. The auroras that cover the night sky are a reflection of its evanescent beauty, yet she has resolved to break free of monotonous scenery. Whether outside she is melted by the sun's heat or burnt by its rays, she does not wish to become frozen to the core.
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Ainoa is a Finnish feminine name, meaning "only one, only, sole; thoroughly 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.