Giles is the medieval English form of Aegidius, a Latin male name meaning "young goat; kid" which comes from Ancient Greek aegis (shield; defense) via Ancient Greek aigis (goatskin) from a Proto-Indo-European root word *h₂eyǵ- (goat). Giles is also a surname derived from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Gyles (English) Gilles (French) Gidie (Medieval French) Gil (Spanish, Portuguese) Gillis (Dutch) Egidio … Continue reading Giles



Aegina is the name of a Greek island, its name derived from the name of a nymph in Greek mythology who was a lover of Zeus. The name is possibly derived from Greek aiginos meaning "of a goat". Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Aeginea (Greek) Aigina (Greek)  


Capricorn comes from Latin Capricornus meaning "horned goat" or "having horns like a goat" from Latin capra (goat) and cornu (horn), the name originally referring to a mythical hybrid of a goat fish, a half-goat, half-fish creature with its top half that of a goat and its lower half of a fish. It's the name of a both a constellation and … Continue reading Capricorn