Animals, Camel, Chinese, Color, Female, German/Germanic, Horses/Stallions, L names, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Germanic, Surname names, Unisex, White, Word names

Locke

Locke comes from a surname of several origins and meanings such as: an English, Dutch, and German surname derived from a place name called Lock, referring to someone who lived near an enclosure or a barrier on a river such as a bridge which could be open and closed at will; it could also be an… Continue reading Locke

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Animals, C names, Camel, Etruscan, Female, Latin, Nature, Proto-Semitic, Virtues/Attributes

Camelia

Camelia is the Romanian spelling of Camellia, the name of a genus of flowering shrubs named after botanist Georg Kamel. Kamel seems to be a variant of either Latin Camelus meaning "camel" via Ancient Greek kamēlos meaning "camel" derived from Proto-Semitic *gamal (camel); or it could be a Moravian form of Camillus, a Roman cognomen which refers to a noble Roman boy who served as… Continue reading Camelia