As the brand originated on the enchanting island of Fernando de Noronha, located between Brazil and Africa, BUYA found its roots in the island's unique charm. The Mabuya, diminutive lizards thriving in the unique ecosystem of Fernando de Noronha, serve as the muse behind the brand's name, symbolizing the vibrant and distinctive essence of the island.

As we embarked on the quest for the perfect name, our exploration led us to discover that "BUYA" also carries those meanings…

As "Buya" is a Zulu word that means "to build" or "to create." It can also be interpreted as "to make" or "to develop." In a broader sense, "buya" can symbolize growth, progress, and the act of constructing or bringing something into existence. 

"Buya" is a slang term that originated from African American Vernacular English (AAVE). It is typically used to express excitement, enthusiasm, or approval. It can be translated as "yes," "awesome," or "great." It is often used in various contexts, such as when discussing an enjoyable experience, a positive outcome, or something that is impressive or impressive.

Seems perfect, right!?