Animals, Dog, Hare/Rabbit, K names, Male, Surname names, Wolf

Kenyon

Kenyon comes from an English surname of uncertain etymology. It derives from an English place name, perhaps from Old English cruc meaning "mound" combined with personal name Einion, the Welsh form of Latin Ennianus. Einion is also a modern Welsh word meaning "anvil". It could also be used as an anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinín meaning "son of Coinín", Coinín… Continue reading Kenyon

Animals, Hare/Rabbit, L names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Leverett

Leverett comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of leveret used to refer to a young hare in its first year of life. it comes from Old French levre meaning "hare" and seems to have been given as a nickname to someone who either hunted hares or who was as fast as one. It's also possible that… Continue reading Leverett

Animals, Female, H names, Hare/Rabbit, Male, Nature, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex

Harley

Harley comes from an English surname derived from a place name meaning "hare clearing" or "hare wood" made up from Old English hara (hare) derived from a PIE root word, and lēah (wood, clearing) also derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Harli (English) Harlee (English) Harlie (English) Harleigh (English)  

Animals, Elements, Female, Hare/Rabbit, Japanese, Nature, T names, Water

Toyoko

Toyoko is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used:  toyo 豊 (lush, abundant, bountiful, plenty) + ko (child) 子; to 兎 (rabbit, hare) + yo 与 (bestow, impart, participate in, award) + ko 子 (child); to 外 (outside, foreign, other) + yo 世 (generation, age, world, society, public) + ko 子 child); toyo 豊 (lush, abundant, bountiful, plenty) + ko 湖 (lake); to 富 (wealth, enrich, abundant) + yo 世 (generation, age, world, society, public)… Continue reading Toyoko

Ancient Germanic, Gaulish, Hare/Rabbit, Male, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, W names, Word names

Warren

Warren comes from an English surname with a few possible origins: it could be derived from Norman French warrene meaning "animal enclosure" or "game park" possibly originating from Gaulish *varenna (enclosed area) from *varros (stick, post); it may also refer to someone who lived near a game park; it may be derived from a town called La Varenne in Normandy, France;… Continue reading Warren