B names, Battle/War, Female, Gaelic, Male, Scottish, Surname names, Unisex

Blaire

Blaire comes from a Scottish surname meaning "plain", "field", "battlefield" derived from Scottish Gaelic blàr (plain, field, battlefield). Origin: Gaelic Variants: Blair (Scottish, English) Blayr (English) Blare (English)  

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Ancient Greek, Animals, Deer/Roe, E names, Earth, Elements, Fawn, Female, French, Gaelic, Gaulish, Gaulish/Celtic mythology, Greek mythology, Hebrew, Irish, Moon, Moose/Elk, Mythology, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Celtic, Scottish, Virtues/Attributes, Welsh mythology, Word names

Elana

Elana is a female given name with several possible origins: it could be a variant spelling of Ilana, which is the feminine form of Ilan, a Hebrew male name meaning "tree", though it could also be a feminine form of Elon, another Hebrew male name meaning "tree, oak tree"; Elana could also be a variant form of Helena,… Continue reading Elana

Ancient Greek, Animals, Boar, Dutch, Gaelic, German/Germanic, K names, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Scottish, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Kyler

Kyler has two possible origins: the first is that it's a modern blend of names Kyle (a Scottish name meaning "narrows", "strait", "channel" though it may also be derived from Scottish Gaelic coille meaning “wood, forest) and Tyler, an English occupational name for someone who nailed down tiles, which comes from Ancient Greek tégos (roof, cover) derived from Proto-Indo-European root word *(s)teg- "to cover";… Continue reading Kyler

A names, Earth, Elements, Gaelic, Gaulish, Gaulish/Celtic mythology, Irish, Male, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Indo-European, Scottish, Virtues/Attributes

Alan

Alan is a male name of uncertain etymology which may possibly mean "little rock" or "noble" from Old Irish ail. It also means "beautiful, handsome" from Scottish Gaelic àlainn (beautiful, fine, splendid). Alan may also be derived from the name of a Celtic god, Alaunus, which may be derived from Proto-Celtic *aleti meaning "to nourish, grow" from Proto-Indo-European root word *h₂el- (to grow,… Continue reading Alan

Ancient Germanic, Earth, Elements, German/Germanic, Greek, Irish, Male, Middle English, Persian, Phoenician, Place names, Scottish, Sun, Surname names, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tyrus

Tyrus has several possible meanings and origins such as being the Latin name of Greek Tyros, the name of an ancient Phoenician port city now known as Tyre, Lebanon (or Sur/Sour in Arabic). It was supposedly the birth place of Europa, who was the mother of King Minos of Crete who was abducted by the Greek… Continue reading Tyrus

Battle/War, Earth, Female, Gaelic, Irish, K names, Male, Nature, Physical Attributes, Scottish, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Kelly

Kelly comes from a surname, an anglicized form of Ó Ceallaigh meaning "descendant of Ceallach", Ceallach being an Irish given name of uncertain meaning though possible meanings attributed to it are "bright-headed" or perhaps coming from Irish ceallach "war, strife, contention" or Irish ceall meaning "church". Kelly could also be derived from Scottish Gaelic coille meaning "wooded area" and "grove, forest, woodland". Origin:… Continue reading Kelly

Female, Gaelic, L names, Male, Nature, Place names, Scottish, Surname names, Unisex

Lennox

Lennox comes from a surname via a place name in Scotland meaning "place of the elms" or "elm field" from Gaelic Leamhnachd made up of Gaelic elements leamhan (elm) and the locational suffix ach (field), likely referring to a place near elm trees. It was first anglicized as Leuenaichs and later as Levanaux and Levenex before finally becomming Lennox. Origin: Gaelic Variants: Lenox (English) Lenix (English)… Continue reading Lennox

Earth, Female, G names, Gaelic, Male, Nature, Scottish, Surname names, Unisex

Glenn

Glenn comes from a Scottish surname meaning "valley" from Gaelic gleann, originally used to refer to someone who lived near a valley. Origin: Scottish Gaelic Variants: Glen (English, Scottish) Glyn (Welsh) Glynn (Welsh)   Female forms: Glenna (English, Scottish) Glenne (English) Glena (English) Glynne (English)  

Black/Dark, Color, D names, Gaelic, Green, Male, Nature, Scottish, Surname names, Water

Douglas

Douglas is the Anglicized Scottish surname Dubhghlas meaning "dark river" or "dark stream" from Gaelic elements dubh (dark) and glais which means "river, stream" though it also means "green" . It comes from the name of a river in Scotland from which the clan Douglas derives its name. Nicknames include Doug. Variants: Dubhghlas (Scottish) Douglass (Scottish)