Dove is the name of a bird hat symbolizes peace and innocence. It comes from Old English *dūfe (dove; pigeon) from Proto-Germanic *dūbǭ. It may be derived from a PIE root word either relating to a word meaning “dive” in reference to its flight or from PIE *dʰewbʰ- (to whisk; smoke; make obscure). Dove is also the past tense of dive meaning…


Malcolm is a male name, the anglicized form of Scottish Máel Coluim meaning “servant of St. Columba”, referring to someone who followed Irish abbot and missionary St. Columba who spread Christianity into Scotland. Máel means “servant, devout follower” when combined with a name element (as a word it also means “bald, shaved, tonsured”) combined with given name Coluim, the Gaelic…


Semiramis is the name of a legendary Assyrian queen who has been associated with the goddess Ishtar. Her name may be a Hellenized form of Shammuramat or Sammuramat which could possibly mean “loving doves” from Akkadian summatu (female dove) and ramu (to love). Origin: Assyrian Variants: Semiramide (Italian) Shammuramat (Assyrian) Sammuramat (Assyrian) Sammu-Ramat (Assyrian)  


Yonah is the Hebrew form of Jonah meaning “dove” in Hebrew. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Jonah (English) Jonas (English, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Dutch) Yunus (Arabic, Turkish) Ionas (Biblical Greek & Latin) Iona (Russian, Georgian, Biblical Latin) Jonáš (Czech, Slovak) Joona (Finnish) Joonas (Finnish) Jónas (Icelandic)