Arthurian legends & myths, F names, Fairy, Female, Gaelic, Mythological creatures, Nature, Nickname names, Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Fay

Fay is a female given name which derives from several sources: the first is that it's another word for "fairy", coming from Middle English faie via Latin fata meaning "destiny, fate" derived from PIE root word *bʰeh₂- (to speak, say). In Arthurian legend, it's the epithet of Morgan le Fay (meaning Morgan the fairy); it's also been used as a nickname for… Continue reading Fay

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Ancient Egyptian, Animals, Egyptian, Egyptian mythology, Fairy, Gaelic, Hebrew, Indian, Male, Mythological creatures, Mythology, S names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Wolf

Seth

Seth has two separate origins: the first is that it is an Ancient Greek variant of Set, the name of an Egyptian god of chaos and the desert and the brother of Osiris and Isis. Though the meaning of Set is uncertain, some meanings prescribed to it are "pillar" or "dazzle". Seth is also a Hebrew male name possibly… Continue reading Seth

Battle/War, Emotion/Feelings, Fairy, Female, Food, German/Germanic, Hebrew, Japanese, Joy, Latin, Love/Beloved, Mythological creatures, Nature, Nickname names, Pear, Persian, R names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Risa

Risa is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, made of Japanese elements ri meaning: 梨 "pear", 里 "village, hometown", 理 "reason, logic", 莉 "jasmine"; and sa meaning: 紗 "gauze", 沙 "sand", 佐 "assistant, help"; and likely other meanings. It could also be a short form of names like Parisa, a Persian name meaning "fairy, like a fairy" or Marisa, a combination of given names Maria (the Latin… Continue reading Risa

A names, Earth, Elements, Elves, Fairy, Female, Gaelic, Mythological creatures, Nature, Old Norse, Place names, Scottish, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Ailsa

Ailsa derives its name from Ailsa Craig, the name of an island located off of Scotland. Though there's no certain etymology behind the name several theories have abounded such as possibly meaning "fairy rock", or from Gaelic Creag Ealasaid meaning "Elizabeth's rock", Ealasaid being the Gaelic form of Elizabeth. Another theory I've seen is that it comes… Continue reading Ailsa