Blue, Color, Female, G names, Gray, Greek mythology, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European

Glauke

Glauce (pr. glaw-kee) is the name of several figures in Greek mythology, including the daughter of King Creon of Corinth, whom Jason abandoned Medea to marry and whom Medea murdered as well as the name of several nymphs. The name comes from Ancient Greek glaukós meaning "blue-gray; gleaming, bright, sparkling" which may be derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Glaucus (Latin)… Continue reading Glauke

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Ancient Greek, Blue, Color, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, J names, Mythology, Nature

Jacinta

Jacinta is the Spanish and Portuguese feminine form of Hyacinthus, the name of a genus of dark-blue flowers. The origin of the name comes from Ancient Greek huákinthos (referring to a type of blue larkspur, or a certain type of blue color) which seems to originate from a pre-Greek origin. In Greek mythology, the name gets its name from… Continue reading Jacinta

Ancient Greek, Blue, Color, D names, Female, Food, Male, Nature, Plum, Unisex, Violet/Purple, Word names

Damson

Damson is the name of a subspecies of plum. The name comes from Latin (prunum) damascenum meaning "plum of Damascus" because it was believed that they were first cultivated around the ancient city of Damascus, Syria in antiquity. Damson is also used to refer to a type of dark purple or dark blue color. Origin: Ancient Greek… Continue reading Damson

Blue, Color, Female, Greek mythology, I names, Mythology, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Violet/Purple, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Iris

Iris is the name of the Greek goddess of the rainbow and a messanger of the gods. Her name means "rainbow" in Greek derived from PIE root word *weh₁y- (to twist, wind, weave, plait; to wrap, enclose cover). Iris also refers to a genus of flowers which comes from the Greek word for rainbow, as well as… Continue reading Iris

Blue, Color, Female, L names, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Violet/Purple, Word names

Lavender

Lavender is the name of a group of light purple flowers in the genus Lavandula. The etymology behind the name is uncertain though it could be derived from Latin lividus meaning "bluish; envious" and the spelling was altered to resemble French lavare (to wash, bathe). Lavender is also an English and Dutch surname, originally an occupational name for a washerman or… Continue reading Lavender

Blue, C names, Color, Gray, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names

Caesar

Caesar comes from an Ancient Roman cognomen which later became a Roman imperial title after the rise of Julius Caesar. Though its come to be regarded as an imperial title, its origins are unknown. It's been linked to Latin caesaries meaning "hair", referring to abundant or a luxurious head of hair, derived from a PIE root word. It… Continue reading Caesar

Blue, Color, Elves, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Jealousy, L names, Latin, Mythological creatures, Nickname names, Old Norse, Virtues/Attributes

Livia

Livia is an Ancient Roman name, the feminine form of Livius, an Ancient Roman family name of uncertain meaning though it's been linked to Latin liveo meaning "to envy" or lividus meaning "blue, envious". Livia could also be a short form of Olivia, which either derives from Latin Oliva meaning “olive” or as a feminine form of Oliver, which either derives from Germanic name Alfher from Old… Continue reading Livia

A names, Blue, Color, Female, Green, Japanese, Male, Nature, Surname names, Unisex, Word names

Aoi

Aoi (pr. ah-o-ee) is a Japanese unisex name with various meanings depending on the kanji used, such as 葵 "hollyhock" and 碧 "blue green"; 青井 "blue green + well"; 蒼井 "blue green + well", though there are likely other meanings, as well as being a surname. Origin: Japanese    

A names, Blue, Color, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Finnish, Japanese, Love/Beloved, Place names, Sound, Time, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Aika

Aika is a Japanese female name meaning "love song, love poem" from Japanese 愛 (love, affection) and 歌 (song, poetry). Other meanings include: ai 藍 (indigo, blue) and ka 佳 (beautiful, good, auspicious); ka 香 (fragrance); ka 加 (add, addition, increase); and ka 可 (permitted, allowed), although there are many other meanings depending on the kanji used. Aiko is another variant of the name with the ko (子)… Continue reading Aika