B names, Elements, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Nature, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air


Boreas is the name of the Greek god of the north wind who brought winter. His Roman counterpart is Aquilo. Boreas means "north wind" which seems to be derived from an unknown origin, either from Proto-Slavic *gorà (mountain; hill; any mountainous elevation) or a PIE root word. Origin: uncertain, perhaps from a PIE root word Variants: Borrhâs… Continue reading Boreas

Animals, Astronomy, Birds, Elements, Falcon, H names, Japanese, Male, Stars/Constellation, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air


Hayato is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: haya 隼 "falcon" + to 人 "person" (隼人); haya 早 "early, fast" + to 人 "person" (早人); haya 勇 "courage; bravery, heroism; cheer up, be in high spirits" + to 人 "person"; haya 颯 "sudden, quick; sound of wind" + to 斗 "Big Dipper" (颯斗); haya 隼 "falcon" + to 斗 "Big Dipper" There are other… Continue reading Hayato

A names, Elements, Female, Hindu mythology, Mythology, Sanskrit, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air


Anila is an Indian female name, the feminine form of Anil meaning "air, wind" derived from Sanskrit anila अनिल. In Hindu mythology, Anil is another name for the Hindu god of the wind, Vayu. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Aneela (Hindi, Indian)   Male forms: Anil (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Nepali) Aneel (Hindi, Indian)  

A names, Elements, Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, Nature, Nickname names, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names


Aura is the name of a Titan in Greek mythology, who personified the breeze and fresh cool air of the early morning. Her name, fittingly, means "breeze, cool wind". The Aurae is the plural form of Aura, referring to the nymphs of the breezes. As an English word, aura is used to refer to distinctive quality… Continue reading Aura

A names, Elements, Female, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-Iranian, Sound, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names

Arya, Aria

Arya is an Iranian male name as well as an Indian unisex name meaning "noble" from Sanskrit arya derived from a Proto-Indo-Iranian root word. While Aria is a variant transcription of the name, it's also an Italian word referring to a musical piece written for a solo voice. It means "song, melody; air" which comes from Latin… Continue reading Arya, Aria

E names, Elements, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names


Eteri is a Georgian female name meaning "(a)ether, air", and eteri is also a Catalan and Italian word meaning "ether" which comes from Latin aether (upper, pure bright air; the heavens; the upper world) via Ancient Greek aither (heaven; aether) derived from PIE root word *h₂eydʰ- (to ignite; fire). The Eteriani (the tale of Eteri) is a medieval Georgian folk romance based… Continue reading Eteri

A names, Ancient Greek, Elements, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air


Arion is Latinized form of Ancient Greek Areion, the name of an immortal talking horse in Greek mythology, the son of Poseidon and Demeter, as well as also belonging to the name of a Greek poet in Ancient Greece who was also a musician credited with inventing the dithyramb, an Ancient Greek hymn that was sung and danced to… Continue reading Arion

A names, Animals, Earth, Elements, Female, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Male, Nature, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, Sheep, Sun, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names


Avi is a Hebrew male name meaning "father" and could also be used as a nickname for Avraham (the Hebrew form of Abraham meaning "father of many" or "father of multitudes") or Avram or Aviram (meaning "high father") or any name meaning with Avi. Of course, Avi could also be a short form for female names such as Aviva, Avila or Avis, making it a… Continue reading Avi

A names, Elements, Female, Greek mythology, Greenlandic, Male, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names


Aero is a Greenlandic female given name, an older form of Angerdlartoĸ, a Greenlandic unisex name meaning "the one returning back home" or "the person who has returned". Aero also means "air" which comes from Ancient Greek aeros, the genitive singular form of āḗr (air; wind; mist). Aero is also a Latin word meaning "hamper, wicker basket". Aero was also… Continue reading Aero

Ancient Greek, Elements, Female, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Z names


Zephyr is the anglicized form of Zephyros, the name of the Greek god of the west wind in Greek myth meaning "the west wind". The etymology behind it is unknown though it could be related from Ancient Greek zophos (darkness, gloom, west). It's also possible the name may be derived from a pre-Greek origin. Traditionally a male… Continue reading Zephyr