Wynonna

Wynonna is a variant spelling of Winona, a Dakota female given name meaning “firstborn daughter” from Winúŋna. Origin: Dakota (Native American) Variants: Winona (Native, American, Sioux, English) Wynona (English) Wenona (English) Wenonna (English) Wenonah (English)  

Grover

Grover comes from an English surname meaning “grove of trees”, originally used to refer to someone who lived near a grove which comes from Old English grāf (grove). Grover is also an Indian surname predominantly used by Hindu and Sikh communities which comes from the Indian surname Guruvara/Gorovare which comes from Sanskrit guru meaning “teacher, sage” which ultimately derives from a…

Dillon

Dillon seems like a variant spelling of Dylan at first glance, an Irish name meaning “great tide” or “great flow” and the name of a sea god in Welsh mythology, but Dillon has its own roots. There seems to be a lot of contradictory information on it: it’s an anglicized form of Gaelic surname Ó Duilleáin meaning…

Todd

Todd comes from an English surname meaning “fox” from Middle English todde, derived from an unknown origin. It originally derived as a nickname for someone who was believed to resemble a fox, such as red hair or someone who was sly and cunning. Origin: English Variants: Tod (English)  

Brennan

Brennan comes from an Irish surname, the anglicized form of Ó Braonáin meaning “descendant of Braonán”, the latter a diminutive of braon meaning “rain, moisture, drop”. It could also be derived from Ó Branáin meaning “descendant of Branán”, the latter a diminutive of bran meaning “raven”. Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

Hawk

Hawk refers to a group of predatory birds in the Accipitridae family. The name comes from Middle English hauk via Old English hafoc (hawk) from Proto-Germanic *habukaz (hawk) which seems to be derived from PIE root word *keh₂p- (to seize, to grab). As an English verb it’s also used to refer to wares that are being peddled or advertised for sales. Hawk is also…

Zayden

Zayden is a male given name, a modern American name invented to rhyme with other popular names such as Aiden, Cayden, and Braden.  Origin: English Variants: Zaden (English) Zaiden (English)  

Rhodes

Rhodes is the name of an island in Greece with quite a few possible meanings. The first is that it comes from Greek rhódon meaning “rose” which may ultimately be derived from Persian *wrda- (rose), though it may also derive from Proto-Indo-European *wṛdho- meaning “sweetbriar”. It may also be based on Greek rhoíā meaning “pomegranate”. Rhodes may also be pre-Greek in origin,…

Pelham

Pelham is an English male name derived from a surname via a place name meaning “Peotla’s/Peola’s settlement”, Peotla/Peola being an Old English given name of unknown meaning. Origin: Old English