Animals, Calf, Cow, Female, J names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Junix

Junix is the name of a genus of dragonfly, Junix elumbis, found in Venezuela, as well as the name of a species of weevils in the genus Brachycerus. The name might be derived from Latin junix, an alternative form of iunix meaning "young cow, calf, heifer", related to iuvenis (young) from which Juno derives. Junix is also a Filipino male name, perhaps a variant spin of Juninho, a… Continue reading Junix

Animals, Babylonian mythology, Calf, M names, Male, Mythology, Near East mythology, Sumerian, Sumerian mythology, Sun, Virtues/Attributes

Mordecai

Mordecai seems to be a variant form of Marduka, a Persian name meaning "servant of Marduk", Marduk being the name of the Babylonian god of heaven, light, battle, and fertility. The name may be derived from Sumerian amar-Utak meaning "calf of Utu", Utu being the name of another Sumerian god of the sun, whose name means "sun". Mordecai is… Continue reading Mordecai

Animals, Calf, Female, Kin/Family, Male, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, V names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Vail, Vale

Vale is an English word meaning "valley" which comes from Old French val via Latin vallis (valley, vale) which derives from an unknown origin, although it's been linked to a PIE root word. Vale is chiefly used as a poetic word for valley, which refers to a tract of land lying between two hill ranges sometimes with a… Continue reading Vail, Vale