A names, Ancient Egyptian, Animals, Earth, Elements, Hebrew, Lion, Male, Nature, Virtues/Attributes

Aharon

Aharon is the Hebrew form of Aaron, a name of uncertain etymology and meaning. It’s possible that it comes from an Ancient Egyptian source, perhaps aha rw meaning “warrior lion”. It’s also possible that it comes from a Hebrew source with possible meanings of “high mountain”, “bright”, or “exalted”. Origin: Ancient Egyptian, Hebrew Variants Aaron (English, Jewish) Aron (Polish,… Continue reading Aharon

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A names, Assyrian mythology, Hebrew, Male, Mesopotamian mythology, Mythology, Near East mythology, Sky/Heavens, Sumerian, Virtues/Attributes

Ashur

Ashur is the name of the chief god in the Assyrian pantheon, as well as being the patron deity of the city of Ashur (also spelled Aššur), which was named after him. He was later equated with the Sumerian god Enlil. Ashur seems to be derived from Anshar, an Akkadian sky god, since Anshur has been equated with Ashur. Anshar means "whole of… Continue reading Ashur

A names, Bright/Clear, Japanese, Light, Male, Seasons, Virtues/Attributes

Akiyuki

Akiyuki is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: aki 章 "chapter; section" + yuki 之 "of, this"; aki 明 "bright; clear; light" + yuki 雪 "snow" (明雪); aki 秋 "autumn" + yuki 雪 "snow" (秋雪); aki 晃 "clear" + yuki 志 "purpose; will; determination" (晃志); aki 昭 "shining, bright" + yuki 之 "of, this" (昭之) There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in… Continue reading Akiyuki

A names, Animals, Birds, Eagle, Earth, Elements, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Ajax

Ajax is the name of two heroes in Greek mythology, both of whom fought in the Trojan War on the side of the Greeks, known as Ajax the Great (son of Telamon) and Ajax the Lesser (son of Locris). Ajax is the Latinized form of Ancient Greek Aias meaning of the name is uncertain though there are a… Continue reading Ajax

A names, Gaulish/Celtic mythology, Irish mythology, Male, Mythology, Numbers, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Scottish mythology, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Angus

Angus is an anglicized form of Aonghus, a Scottish Gaelic name meaning "either one strength" or "one choice", made up from Old Irish óen (one) via Proto-Celtic *oinos (one) deriving from a PIE root word; while the second element could either be derived from gus meaning “strength, vigor” via Proto-Celtic *gustu-; or from Proto-Celtic *gus (choose). Spelled Aengus, it becomes the name of the Irish… Continue reading Angus

A names, Cornish, Earth, Elements, Female, Food, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Raspberry, Sanskrit, Tamil, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Avan

Avan is a Persian unisex name, a variant of Aban meaning "water" from Persian âb (water). Aban is also the name of the eighth month of the Persian calendar based on a solar calendar. Avan is also an Indian male name meaning "earth", which would make it a masculine form of Avani. Avan is also a Tamil word… Continue reading Avan

A names, Color, Dwarf, Elves, Female, Germanic mythology, Gold, Male, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Aubryn

Aubryn is an English unisex name, possibly a variant of Aubrey, the Norman French form of Germanic Alberich meaning “elf power” made up from Germanic elements alf (elf) and ric (power). In Germanic mythology, Alberichi s a dwarf and appears in the Nibelungenlied, an epic poem in which he guards the treasure of Nibelung. it's also possible that Aubryn is a combination of… Continue reading Aubryn

A names, Arabic, Female, Male, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Ashraf

Ashraf is an Arabic unisex name meaning "noble, of noble lineage; honored; excellent, eminent" derived from Arabic root word š-r-f ش ر ف  (related to honor, nobility, and height). Ashraf is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Arabic Variants: Achraf (Maghrebi Arabic)  

A names, Male, Nickname names, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Andro

Andro is a Croatian male name, the Croatian form of Andrew, the English form of Greek  Andreas, derived from Greek andreios meaning “manly, masculine” derived from a PIE root word. Andro is also a Georgian, Corsican, and Sardinian short form of Andria, another form of Andrew.  Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Andrew (English) André (French, Portuguese, German, Dutch) Andre (English) Deandre (English) Drew (English)… Continue reading Andro