Animals, Battle/War, D names, Dragon, Female, Greek mythology, Hebrew, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Snake/Serpent, Virtues/Attributes

Delinda

Delinda is a female given name which seems to be a modern coinage, probably a combination of the prefix De- combined with Linda, originally a short form of Germanic element linde or lindi meaning “soft, tender” or “linden tree, lime tree” though it could also be associated with Germanic lind meaning “serpent, dragon, snake”. It's also possible that it rose up as a shortened… Continue reading Delinda

Animals, B names, Color, Dragon, Female, Hebrew, Mythological creatures, Nature, Nickname names, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Snake/Serpent, Virtues/Attributes, White, Word names

Belina

Belina was the name of a 12th century French saint who died protecting her virginity. It's seems the name is a Gascon diminutive of Isabel, the medieval Occitan form of Elizabeth, the English form of Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. Belina is also a Croatian, Slovene, and Serbian word meaning "whiteness". It's also… Continue reading Belina

Ancient Greek, Animals, Dragon, Greek mythology, Male, Mythological creatures, Mythology, P names, Snake/Serpent

Python

Python is the name of a giant serpent or dragon in Greek mythology who lived near Delphi and was later slain by the god Apollo. Python is also the name of several figures in Ancient Greece, including a student of Plato. Python is also the name of a genus of nonvenomous snakes found in Africa, Asia, and Australia.… Continue reading Python

Dragon, Earth, Female, Fire, Japanese, Male, Mythological creatures, Nature, R names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Ryou

Ryou (also spelled Ryō) is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: ryou 涼 "refreshing; nice, cool" (涼); ryou 遼 "distant; far" (遼); ryou 諒 "reality; fact" (諒); ryōu 凌 "endure; keep (rain) out + u 羽 "feather; plume; wing" (B); ryou 椋 "dragon; imperial"; ryou 椋 "type of a deciduous tree", also known as a scabrous aphananthe or a muku tree, found in… Continue reading Ryou

D names, Dragon, Male, Mythological creatures, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Drago

Drago (pr. dra-go; Forvo) comes from a Slavic element meaning "precious, dear" via Proto-Slavic *dorgъ (dear, expensive; dear, lovable, precious) derived from a PIE root word. Drago (pronounced the same as above) is also the Italian form of Draco which comes from Latin meaning "dragon", a Spanish word meaning "dragon tree", though it's also a Spanish, Portuguese, and Catalan first-person singular… Continue reading Drago

Chinese, Dragon, L names, Male, Mythological creatures, Virtues/Attributes

Longwei

Longwei is a Chinese male name meaning "dragon greatness" or "great dragon" (龙威), though it has other possible meanings: long 龍 "dragon; imperial"; wei: wei 威 "power, might, prestige, pomp"; wei 巍 "lofty, towering, high"; wei 伟 "great, big, large"; Weilong is a variant of the name, with the characters mixed up. Origin: Chinese Variants: Long Wei Long-Wei Weilong Wei-long  

Ancient Greek, Animals, Birds, C names, Dragon, Female, Greek mythology, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Snake/Serpent, Swallow, Virtues/Attributes

Celinda

Celinda is a female given name, probably a blend of Celia (which either means "heaven, sky" from Latin Caelia or from a shortened form of Cecelia meaning "blind) and Linda, originally a short form of Germanic element linde or lindi meaning “soft, tender” or “linden tree, lime tree” though it could also be associated with Germanic lind meaning “serpent, dragon, snake”. It's also possible that it's a variant form… Continue reading Celinda

Dragon, Japanese, Male, Mythological creatures, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tatsuya

Tatsuya is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used such as: tatsu 達 "accomplished, attain; master" + ya 也 "to be" (達也); tatsu 達 "accomplished; attain; master" + ya 矢 "dart; arrow" (達矢); tatsu 竜 "dragon; imperial" + ya 也 "to be" (竜也); tatsu 竜 "dragon; imperial" + ya 哉 "how, what, alas, question mark" (竜哉); tatsu 竜 "dragon; imperial" + ya 弥 "all the more; increasingly" (竜弥); tatsu 辰 "dragon fifth sign of… Continue reading Tatsuya

Animals, Birds, D names, Dragon, Duck, Male, Mythological creatures, Proto-Indo-European, Snake/Serpent, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Drake

Drake comes from an English surname meaning "dragon, snake"  from Old English Draca, which comes from Latin draco (dragon) derived from Proto-Indo-European drakon (dragon, serpent) from *derḱ- (to see). Drake is also a Middle English word meaning "male duck" from Proto-Germanic *anudrekô, made up of *anudz via Proto-Indo-European *h₂énh₂ts (duck) and Proto-Germanic *rekô (king, chief) via Proto-Indo-European *h₃reǵ- (king, chief). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Drayke (English) Draki (Old Norse) Draco (Latinized Ancient… Continue reading Drake

Ancient Germanic, Animals, B names, Battle/War, Dragon, Female, German/Germanic, Latin, Mythological creatures, Nature, Snake/Serpent, Virtues/Attributes

Belinda

Belinda is a female given name of uncertain origin and meaning. Though the first part of the name is often associated with Italian  bella meaning "beautiful" (which comes from Latin bellus "beautiful, pretty, handsome"), the name has an older Germanic source, Betlindis, so it seems more likely that the first element is Germanic in origin. While the second… Continue reading Belinda