Blue, Color, Female, Male, S names, Sanskrit, Semitic, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Sapphire

Sapphire is the name of a gemstone that is commonly associated with a deep-blue color though it can also be any other color except red. The word comes from Old French saphir via Latin sapphirus which comes from Ancient Greek sappheiros which either derives from a Semitic source or it derives from Sanskrit sanipriya meaning "dear to Saturn". Sapphire is the… Continue reading Sapphire

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German/Germanic, K names, Male, Nature, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Semitic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Kade

Kade is a variant spelling of Cade, an English occupational surname for a cooper which comes from Old French cade (barrel, cask) via Latin cadus (bottle, jar, jug) from Ancient Greek káddos (pail, jar, cask, vessel for water or wine) which may be derived from a Semitic origin. Cade may also have originated as a Medieval English given name, Cada, which comes from a… Continue reading Kade

Color, Female, Greek mythology, Green, M names, Mythology, Nature, Semitic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Myrtle

Myrtle is the name of an evergreen shrub or small tree belonging to the genus Myrtus. It comes from Ancient Greek myrtos meaning "myrtle" which derives from a Semitic root m-r-r meaning "bitter" from which the Arabi مُرّ‎ murr (bitter) and Hebrew מֹר‎ mor (bitterness, acrimony) derive from. Myrtle is also the name of a shade of green. In Greek mythology,… Continue reading Myrtle

C names, Color, Earth, Elements, Female, Male, Nature, Orange, Pink, Red/Crimson, Semitic, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Coral

Coral is used to describe the hard skeleton left behind by marine polyps that forms a larger structure like a reef or an atoll. The name comes from Ancient Greek korallion (coral), of uncertain etymology though it could be derived from a Semitic source, from Hebrew goral (small pebble) or Arabic garal (small stone). Coral also refers to a pinkish, orange and red… Continue reading Coral

Female, S names, Sanskrit, Semitic

Sappho

Sappho is an Ancient Greek female name possibly related to Greek sappheiros meaning "sapphire" either derived from a Semitic source or possibly from Sanskrit sanipriya meaning "dark-colored stone" or more literally "dear to Saturn". The name is famously associated with a 7th century Greek poetess and as a symbol of female homosexuality. Origin: Semitic, Sanskrit    

Ancient Greek, Greek, M names, Male, Semitic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Myron

Myron is an Ancient Greek male name which means "myrrh, perfume, sweet oil" which seems to be derived from a Semitic root meaning "bitter". It's also a surname either derived from the given name or as a short form of Greek Myronakis or Myronidis, both patrynonic surnames. Origin: Ancient Greek, Semitic Variants: Miron (Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish)… Continue reading Myron

C names, Color, Gold, Male, Nature, Sanskrit, Semitic, Virtues/Attributes, Yellow

Croceus

Croceus comes from Latin meaning "saffron" and "golden, yellow". The word derives from Ancient Greek krókos (crocus, saffron) which may be from a Semitic origin or it may ultimately comes from Sanskrit kunkumam. Croceus's feminine form, Crocea, was the name of Julius Caesar's sword, Crocea Mors meaning "yellow death". Origin: Semitic, Sanskrit Variants: Crocus (Latin, English)   Female forms: Crocea (Latin,… Continue reading Croceus

Akkadian mythology, Assyrian mythology, E names, Elements, Fire, Male, Mythology, Near East mythology, Semitic, Sumerian, Sumerian mythology, Virtues/Attributes

Erragal

Erragal is a Mespotamian (Sumerian and Akkadian) god of the underworld. The origin of the name is uncertain though there are several theories: it could be a combination of Erra and Sumerian gal (great) meaning "Erra the great"; Erra being the Mesopotamian god of war, plagues, and the bringer of pestilence who was later assimilated with Nergal. Although the… Continue reading Erragal