Mackenzie comes from a Scottish surname, an anglicized form of Mac Coinnich meaning “son of Coinneach”, the latter a Scottish Gaelic name meaning “handsome, fair, beautiful”. Nicknames: Mack, Mac, Kenzie/Kenzi, Kensi Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Gaelic Variants: Makenzie (English) Mckenzie (English) McKenzie (English, Scottish) MacKenzie (English, Scottish)  


Torin is a male given name with several possible etymologies: it’s an Irish Gaelic name meaning “chief”; it could be related to Irish toirneach meaning “thunder” or Old Irish torann meaning “noise; noise of battle; thunder; tumult); Torin could also be a contracted form of Thorfinn or Torfinn, a Scandinavian male name made up of Thor, the Norse god of thunder whose…


Quinn comes from an Irish surname, an anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Coinn meaning “descendant of Conn”, Conn coming from a Gaelic word meaning “chief, head” or “intellect, counsel”. Origin: Gaelic Female forms: Quin (English)   Male forms: Quin (English) Conn (Irish)  


Sterling comes from a Scottish surname, a variant spelling of Stirling which comes from the name of a Scottish city. The name itself is of uncertain origin and meaning though it could be related to Scottish Gaelic strì meaning “strife, contention; battle” and linne (pool, pond). As an English surname, Sterling could have originated as a variant…


Niles comes from an English surname, a patronymic surname meaning “son of Neil”, derived from the given name Neil which is the anglicized form of Gaelic Niall, a name of uncertain etymology though possibly meaning “champion” or “cloud”. Niles could also be a variant of Neils, a German surname which is a reduced form of given name Cornelius, an Ancient…


Larkin originated as a medieval diminutive of Laurence, an English male name deriving from Roman cognomen Laurentius meaning “from Laurentum”, Laurentum being an ancient city in Italy most likely derived from Latin laurus meaning “laurel” (Laurence is also a French female name). It derives from Ancient Greek daphne (laurel, bay), likely coming from a much older source; the letters changed from d- to l- due…


Hanan is a Hebrew male name meaning “gracious” from a Hebrew verb meaning “merciful, compassionate”. Hanan is also an Arabic female name meaning “mercy, compassion”. Hanan is also a Jewish surname derived from the given name or as a short form of names such as Elchanan or Johanan though it could also be an Arabic surname also derived…


Deanna is an English female name which could be the feminine form of Dean, either from Middle English dene meaning “valley”, a habitional name for someone who lived near one; or else it’s an occupational surname meaning “dean”, referring to a person who was a dean or someone who worked for one, referring to an ecclesialtical head of a cathedral….


Glenna is the feminine form of Glenn, a Scottish name meaning “valley”. It comes from Scottish Gaelic gleann, glenn (mountain valley) via Proto-Celtic *glendos (valley) which could be derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Scottish Gaelic Variants: Glena (English) Glenne (English) Glynne (English)   Male forms: Glenn (Scottish, English) Glen (Scottish, English) Glyn (Welsh) Glynn (Welsh)