Arabic, D names, Female, Greek mythology, Light, Mythology, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sky/Heavens, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Dia

Dia is an Ancient Greek female name and the name of several figures in Greek mythology. It means "heavenly, divine" derived from PIE root word *dyew- (bright; sky, heaven). There is also a Roman goddess called Dea Dia which means "divine goddess", who was associated with growth and fertility in Ancient Roman religion. Dia is also a Spanish and… Continue reading Dia

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African, Arabic, Chinese, Elements, Female, L names, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names, Zulu

Liyana

Liyana is an Arabic female name meaning "soft, tender, gentle, delicate" from Arabic root word l-y-n (to become soft, tender). It's also a Zulu female name derived from a word meaning "it is raining/it's raining". I've also seen it listed as a Chinese female name meaning "beautiful + elegant, graceful, refined + graceful, elegant" with the Chinese… Continue reading Liyana

Arabic, Earth, Elements, Female, Hebrew, Japanese, Male, Nature, Nickname names, Phoenician, Physical Attributes, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Quechua, S names, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Sami

Sami is an Arabic male name meaning "elevated, sublime, supreme, high, lofty" as well as an Arabic surname derived from the given name. It's also the Finnish diminutive of Samuel, a Hebrew name meaning “God has heard” or “name of God”. It could also be an English short form of Samuel and Samantha. Sami is also a Japanese female name with… Continue reading Sami

A names, Anise, Arabic, Egyptian, Female, Nature, Virtues/Attributes

Anisa

Anisa is an Arabic female name, the feminine form of Anis meaning "friendly, friend, companion, companionable". Anisa is also a variant form of Anise, the name of a flowering plant in the Mediterranean used as an herb and spice. The name comes from Latin anisum meaning "anise" derived from Ancient Greek anison which seems to be derived from an Egyptian source.… Continue reading Anisa

Arabic, Earth, Elements, Female, Hebrew, J names, Moon, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Jerica

Jerica is an English female name of uncertain origin and meaning. In English it's presumed to be a blend of Jeri (a short form of names such as Jeremy/Jeremiah, Jerome, and Jerald/Jeraldine meaning "ruler of the spear") and Erica, the feminine form of Eric which comes from Old Norse Eiríkr meaning “ever ruler” or “eternal ruler"; Erica is also the Latin word for "heather". I've also seen Jerica listed as the… Continue reading Jerica

Arabic, Astronomy, German/Germanic, Male, Physical Attributes, R names, Stars/Constellation, Surname names, Word names

Rigel

Rigel is the name of a blue supergiant star in the Orion constellaton. The name comes from Arabic rijl meaning "foot, leg" from Rijl Jauzah al Yusra "the left leg of Jauzah", (Jauzah being the Arabic name of Orion from Greek mythology) though it's also been called rijl al-gabbar (leg of the great one) also spelled Algebar and Elgebar in English. Rigel is also a surname though… Continue reading Rigel

Arabic, Female, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Virtues/Attributes

Ryana

Ryana is the feminine form of Ryan, an anglicized form of Irish surname Ó Riain meaning "descendant of Rían", Rían meaning "little king" from Irish rí (king) with the diminutive suffix -an. It could also be a variant spelling of Rhianna, either a variant of Rhiannon meaning "great queen" or it could be a variant spelling of Rihanna which derives from… Continue reading Ryana

A names, Arabic, Male, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Adil

Adil is an Arabic male name meaning "fair, honest, just" derived from Arabic 'adala (to act justly). Adil is also an Arabic surname deriving from the given name. Origin: Arabic Variants: Adel (Arabic, Persian)- Adel is also a German masculine name meaning "noble" derived from Germanic element adal (noble) Adeel (Arabic)   Female forms: Adila (Arabic) Adile (Turkish)… Continue reading Adil

Arabic, G names, Hebrew, Male, Old Norse, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Gable

Gable comes from an English surname of uncertain origin and meaning: It's been linked to Old Norse gafl meaning "gable", which referred to a triangular-shaped hill or it may even be a variant spelling of Gabel, a German and Jewish (Ashkenazic) occupational name for a maker or seller of forks, such as agricultural equipment like hayforks; it's also… Continue reading Gable

Arabic, Female, N names, Slavic, Virtues/Attributes

Nadine

Nadine is the French form of Nadia, the diminutive form of Nadezhda, a Russian female name meaning "hope" from Slavic. Nadine could also be a variant spelling of Nadeen, an Arabic female name which is also a variant of Nadia though it comes from an Arabic source meaning “moist, tender, delicate” or “calling”. Origin: Slavic, Arabic Variants: Nadina (Bosnian,… Continue reading Nadine

A names, Arabic, Earth, Elements, Hebrew, Male, Nature, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Amir

Amir is an Arabic male name meaning "prince, commander, leader" as well as a word and a title. Amir is also a Hebrew male name meaning "treetop" or "mountain summit". Amir is also an Arabic and Hebrew surname derived from the given name. Origin: Arabic, Hebrew Variants: Aamir (Arabic) Emir (Bosnian, Turkish) Ameer (Arabic) Amír… Continue reading Amir

Arabic, H names, Male, Physical Attributes, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Hassan

Hassan is an Arabic male name with two different meanings depending on the spelling used. Spelled Hassan حسّان it means "doer of good" while Hassan/Hasan حسن means "handsome, comely, good, to be good"; both names derive from the same root word related to goodness. Hassan is also an Arabic surname derived from the given name. Origin: Arabic Variants:… Continue reading Hassan

Arabic, Female, L names, Night/Evening, Virtues/Attributes

Lyla

Lyla is a variant of Leila, an Arabic female name meaning "night". It could also be considered as a feminine form of Lyle, an English surname derived from Norman French l'isle meaning "island", a topographical surname for someone who lived on an island though it may also be derived as a place name from Lille, a city in France. Origin:… Continue reading Lyla