Mirlinda is an Albanian female name, the feminine form of Mirlind meaning “well born” or “good birth”, made up from Albanian elements mirë (good) and lind (bear, to give birth). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Male forms: Mirlind (Albanian)  


Endrit is an Albanian male name meaning “light” which comes from dritë (light) derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Female forms: Drita (Albanian)  


Bora is a multi-cultural name with various meanings depending on the origin: it’s a Turkish male name meaning “storm, squall” which ultimately derives from Boreas, the Greek god of the north wind. Boreas means “north wind” which seems to be derived from an unknown origin, either from Proto-Slavic *gorà (mountain; hill; any mountainous elevation) or a PIE root…


Tiranna was the Akkadian and Sumerian name for the Vega star possibly meaning “life of heaven” or “rainbow”. Tiranna is also an Italian word, the feminine singular form of tiranno derived from Ancient Greek turannos meaning “tyrant” or “tyrannical” which comes from an uncertain etymology though perhaps borrowed from a Lydian word or one of the other languages…


Artan is an Albanian male name meaning “gold” from Albanian ar which comes from Latin aurum (gold) derived from a PIE root. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Artar (Albanian)  


Mimozë is the Albanian form of Mimosa, the name of a genus of plants that are sensitive to touch or light. The name comes from Latin mimus meaning “mime” which comes from Ancient Greek mîmos (mime, actor; mimicking, imitation). Origin: Ancient Greek   Variants: Mimosa (English, Spanish, Italian) Mimmu (Finnish) Mimoza (Turkish, Georgian, Albanian, Slovak) Mimóza (Hungarian)  


Vera is a Russian female name meaning “faith” which comes from Proto-Slavic *vě̀ra (faith, belief) derived from Proto-Indo-European *weh₁- (true), though it’s also been associated with Latin verus meaning “true, truthful, real”, also derived from the same Proto-Indo-European source. Vera is also an Albanian female name derived from verë meaning “summer”. Vera is also a Spanish surname meaning “shore, riverbank; side”, a place name…


Gentiana is the name of a genus of flowering plants, as well as also being the strictly feminine form of Gentian, derived from the given name Gentius which seems to have gotten its name from an Illyrian king supposedly because he discovered the medicinal properties of the plant. Though the etymology is uncertain, it could be derived from…