Linnet

Linnet is the name of a small bird, a type of finch. The name comes from Old French linette, a diminutive of lin meaning “flax” via Latin linum (flax; linen cloth) which seems to be derived from a PIE root word though it may also be possible that it derives from a non Indo-European source, perhaps from a Mediterranean…

Dylana

Dylana is the feminine form of Dylan, the name of a sea-god in Welsh mythology. The name derives from Welsh dy (great) and llanw (tide, flow) so it essentially means “great tide” or “great flow”. Origin: Welsh Male forms: Dylan (Welsh, English) Dillon (English) Dillan (English)  

Vaughn

Vaughn is a variant spelling of Vaughan, a Welsh surname meaning “small; little”. It comes from Welsh fychan, a mutation of bychan which itself is a diminutive of bach (small, little). It could have originated as a nickname for a man of small stature or to distinguish between two men with the same name. Origin: Welsh Variants: Vaughan (Welsh)  

Lewis

Lewis is the medieval English form of Louis, the French form of Ludovicus, the Latinized form of Germanic name Ludwig, from Chlodovech, meaning “famous battle” or “famous in battle” from Germanic elements hlud (famous) and wig (war, battle). It could also be used the anglicized form of Lughaidh (Lugaid), derived from Lugh. Lewis is also a surname with two…

Jareth

Jareth seems to be a blend of Jared (meaning “descent” from Hebrew) and Gareth (the name of one of the Knights of the Round Tale in Arthurian legends. The etymology behind the name is uncertain though it has been linked to Welsh gwaredd meaning “gentleness”. It could also be connected to another name, Geraint, the Welsh form of Latin Gerontius meaning “old man” from Greek geron. Other…

Loralin

Loralin is an English female name, either an elaborated form of Lora, a variant spelling of Laura meaning “laurel’ from Latin laurus; a variant of Laureline, a French diminutive of Laura; or it could be a combination of Lora and Lynn, derived from Welsh meaning “lake” derived from Gaelic linne (pond, pool, waterfall). Origin: Latin, Gaelic Variants: Laureline (English, French) Loralyn (English)  

Kimball

Kimball is a male name derived from an English surname which either derives from Cynbel, an Ancient Celtic name meaning “war chief” or “chief of war” from Old Welsh cyn (chief) and bel (war); or it could be derived from Old English Cynebald meaning “brave royal” from Old English cyne (royal, kingly) derived from a PIE root word, and beald (bold, brave). Nicknames: Kim…

Brynn

Brynn is a female given name, a variant spelling of Bryn, a Welsh unisex name and word meaning “hill, mound”. Origin: Welsh Variants: Bryn (Welsh, English) Brynne (English)  

Dylan

Dylan is the name of a sea god on Welsh mythology, the son of Arianrhod. His name derives from Welsh dy (great) and llanw (tide, flow) so it essentially means “great tide” or “great flow”. It’s also a surname derived from the given name. Although traditionally a male name it’s been used for girls in the U.S. Origin: Welsh Variants: Dillan…