Solifer

Solifer comes from Latin meaning "sun-bringing" or "sun-bearing" and could be used as a unisex name. Origin: Latin Variants: Solifera (f)  

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Tyrus

Tyrus has several possible meanings and origins such as being the Latin name of Greek Tyros, the name of an ancient Phoenician port city now known as Tyre, Lebanon (or Sur/Sour in Arabic). It was supposedly the birth place of Europa, who was the mother of King Minos of Crete who was abducted by the Greek … Continue reading Tyrus

Nanaka

Nanaka is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as "vegetables, greens + flower" (菜々花/ 菜々華); "vegetables, greens + summer" (菜々夏); "vegetables, greens + fragrance" (菜々香); "vegetables, greens + day, sun, Japan" (菜々日); "seven +flower, splendor" (七華); and likely other meanings. Nanaka was also the name of … Continue reading Nanaka

Ravi

Ravi is an Indian male name meaning "sun" in Sanskrit as well as also being a synonym with Surya which also means "sun" in Sanskrit. In Hindu myth, Surya is the god of sun and Ravi is one of many names he is known by. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Rabi (Bengali)  

Haru

Haru is a Japanese unisex name (as well as a word) meaning "spring" 春 and is also used as a name element in names like Haruko, a female name meaning 春子 "spring child"; Haruna meaning 春菜 "spring vegetables, greens", 春渚 "spring + beach, shore, strand"; or Haruka meaning 遥 "far off, distant", 春香 "spring + fragrance", … Continue reading Haru

Hikaru

Hikaru is a Japanese unisex name meaning "light" with the kanji 光 or "brightness" with the kanji 輝. Because it's a unisex name, some kanji characters are used specifically for females while others are used for males only. Some kanji characters used for females are: 光佳留 "light + beautiful, good, excellent + to stay, to … Continue reading Hikaru

Sol

Sol is the Latin name for "sun", and the name of the Roman god of the sun as well as being the Spanish and Potuguese word for "sun" deriving from Latin as well. It's also a short form of Solomon, deriving from Hebrew shalom meaning "peace". As a surname, it's seems to have originated from Latin sol. Spelled Sól, it's … Continue reading Sol