Ancient Greek, Animals, Astronomy, Birds, Female, Male, Nickname names, P names, Peacock, Stars/Constellation, Tamil, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Pavo

Pavo is a Latin word meaning "peacock" via Ancient Greek taos (peacock) which derives from an unknown origin though perhaps from Tamil. It’s also possible that it is onomatopoeic, deriving from Latin paupulo. Pavo is also the Croatian short form of Pavao, the Croatian form of Paul meaning "small" or "humble" via Latin paulus (little, small) which derives from a PIE root word, *peh₂w- (few, little). Pavo… Continue reading Pavo

Ancient Greek, Animals, Birds, Female, Male, P names, Peacock, Proto-Germanic, Surname names, Tamil, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Poe

Poe comes from an English surname, a variant of Peacock meaning "peacock", originating as a nickname for someone who was vain or a dandy. It derives from Latin pavo (peacock) via Ancient Greek taos (peacock) which derives from an unknown origin though perhaps from Tamil. It's also possible that it is onomatopoeic, deriving from Latin paupulo; combined with Old… Continue reading Poe

Animals, Birds, Female, Hindu mythology, Japanese, M names, Male, Mythology, Night/Evening, Numbers, Peacock, Place names, Sanskrit, Sound, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Mayura

Mayura comes from Sanskrit mayūra (मयूर) meaning "peacock", an Indian male name. In Hindu mythology, the peacock is a sacred bird believed to have been created from the feathers of the Garuda, also a legendary bird in HIndu myth. Mayura is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "cocoon +… Continue reading Mayura