Braden

Braden comes from an Irish surname, the anglicized form of Ó Bradáin meaning "descendant of Bradán", the latter a Gaelic name meaning "salmon". In Irish mythology, the salmon is associated with wisdom. It's also an English surname, a variant spelling of Bradden meaning "broad valley" from Old English brad (broad) and denu (valley). Origin: Gaelic, Old English Variants: Brayden (English) Braedan (English) Bradán (Ancient Irish) … Continue reading Braden

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Sidonie

Sidonie is the French form of Sidonia, the feminine form of Sidonius, a Latin name meaning "of Sidon", referring to someone from the ancient Phoenician city of Sidon (in what is now modern day Saïda, Lebanon). Sidon itself most likely comes from Phoenician Tzidhon meaning “fishing place” or “fishery” from tzud (to hunt, capture). Origin: Phoenician Variants: Sidony (English) Sidonia (German, Late Roman) … Continue reading Sidonie

Mina

Mina is an Indian female name meaning "fish" in Sanskrit, as well as used as the Sanskrit term for the constellation Pisces; Minali is a variant of the name meaning "fish catcher". It's also a short form of Wilhelmina, the feminine form of Wilhelm, a German cognate of William meaning "wilfull protection" or "desiring protection" from Germanic elements wil (will, desire) and helm (helmet, protection). Mina … Continue reading Mina