Animals, D names, Female, Indo-European, Phrygian, Place names, Virtues/Attributes, Wolf


Daciana (pr. da-chi-ana; Forvo) is a Romanian female name, derived from Dacia, which was the old Roman name for the region which is now Romania and Moldova. The name came from the name of a tribe that lived there, called the Dacians (known as the Daci to the Romans and the Geta/Getae by the Greeks), who were a Thracian… Continue reading Daciana

Greek mythology, M names, Male, Mythology, Phrygian


Midas is the name of Phrygian king in Greek mythology famously known for having the "golden touch". Phrygia was an ancient kingdom located in what is now modern Turkey. Midas was hospitable to Silenus, a satyr who was a companion of the god Dionysos and in return Dionysos granted him any wish he wanted. Midas wished that anything he touched… Continue reading Midas