Lyndon

Lyndon comes from an English surname meaning "lime tree hill" or "flax hill" from Old English elements lind (lime tree) derived from Proto-Germanic *linþaz (flexible, supple, mild), or lin (flax) and dun (hill). It was originally used as a topographical name for someone who lived near lime trees. Origin: Old English, Proto-Germanic Variants: Lindon (English) Linden (English)  

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Parker

Parker comes from an English surname, an occupational name for someone who was a gamekeeper, meaning "keeper of the park" or "park keeper". It comes from Proto-Germanic *parrukaz (enclosure, fence). Origin: Proto-Germanic  

Caroline

Caroline is the French form of Carolina, the feminine form of Carolus which is the Latin form of Charles, derived from Germanic Karl from Proto-Germanic *karilaz meaning "free man", used to refer to men who were not thralls or servants but who still lived at the bottom of society so it connotes the idea of a free man. Nicknames: Carrie Origin: Proto-Germanic   Variants: … Continue reading Caroline

Runa

Runa has several possible meanings and etymologies such as: it is the Scandinavian feminine form of Rune, derived from Old Norse rún meaning "secret lore" which comes from Proto-Germanic *rūnō (whisper, murmur). it's also a Latin word meaning "dart" or "javelin"; it's also a Latvian word meaning "speech, delivery, talk"; it's also a Quechua word meaning "man, person, … Continue reading Runa

Wade

Wade comes from an English surname, either derived from Old English wæd meaning "ford" or "shallow water", used to refer to someone who lived near a ford; it comes from Proto-Germanic wadą. Wade may also be derived from an Old English given name, Wada, which comes from Old English wadan meaning "to go" from Proto-Germanic wadaną (to wade, to walk) via Proto-Indo-European *weh₂dʰ- (to … Continue reading Wade

Rico

Rico is the Spanish short form of Ricardo, the Spanish and Portuguese form of Richard meaning "brave ruler" or "strong ruler" from Germanic elements ric (power, ruler) and hard (brave, hardy). It's also the Italian short form of Enrico, the Italian form of Henry which means "home ruler" from Germanic elements heim (home) and ric (power, ruler). Rico is also a surname derived from the Old Portuguese word rico meaning "rich" likely … Continue reading Rico

Locke

Locke comes from a surname of several origins and meanings such as: an English, Dutch, and German surname derived from a place name called Lock, referring to someone who lived near an enclosure or a barrier on a river such as a bridge which could be open and closed at will; it could also be an … Continue reading Locke

Queenie

Queenie was originally used as a nickname for Queen, a title for a female sovereign or monarch from Old English cwen meaning "woman, wife, consort" from Proto-Germanic *kweniz (woman). Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Queen  

King

King comes from Old English cyning meaning "king, ruler", which is derived from Proto-Germanic *kuninggaz, coming from "kin, family, clan", originally used in reference to someone who was a leader of the people or perhaps someone born of noble birth. It's used as a royal title referring to a male monarch, though in the modern world it's used … Continue reading King