Blue, Color, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Jealousy, L names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Liviana is an Ancient Roman female name, the feminine form of Livianus which itself comes from Livius, an Ancient Roman family name of uncertain meaning though it’s been linked to Latin lividus meaning "bluish; envious". Origin: uncertain, possibly Proto-Indo-European Variants: Livia (Ancient Roman, Italian, Romanian, English) Lívia (Portuguese, Hungarian, Slovak) Livie (French, Czech) Liwia (Polish)   Male forms: Livianus… Continue reading Liviana

Female, Mythology, Roman mythology, Sabine/Oscan, T names, Virtues/Attributes


Tatia is an Ancient Roman female name, the feminine form of Tatius, a Roman family name of unknown meaning though it could be of Sabine origin. I’ve seen a few possible meanings attached to it such as Latin tata meaning “daddy”, a term used by children; or that it could be from Ancient Greek táttō, the Attic form of tássō meaning “to… Continue reading Tatia

African, Ancient Greek, Arabic, Chinese, Elements, Female, Hebrew, Kin/Family, L names, Mythology, Nature, Nickname names, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sky/Heavens, Sun, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names, Zulu


Liana is the name of a type of long-stemmed wooded vines that grows in the jungle, derived from Middle French lien (to bind) via Latin ligo (to bind) which derives from PIE root word *leyǵ- (to bind, tie). Liana is also derived as a short form of names ending in -liana such as Eliana (a possibly a variant of Aeliana, the feminine form… Continue reading Liana

Dakota, Female, Food, Japanese, Kin/Family, Mythology, N names, Native American, Nickname names, Numbers, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Vegetables, Virtues/Attributes


Nona is the name of a Roman goddess of pregnancy in Roman mythology, as well as the name of one of the Parcae (the female personifications of destiny), along with Morta and Decima. The Parcae are the Roman equivalent of the Moirai in Greek myth, and Nona is the equivalent of Clotho, who spun the thread of life.… Continue reading Nona

C names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Cassius comes from an Ancient Roman family name of uncertain meaning though it may be related to Latin cassus meaning “empty, vain” derived from Proto-Indo-European *ḱes- (to cut). The name can be pronounced as either kas-see-es or cash-es. Nicknames: Cass, Cash Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Kassius (Late Roman, English) Cassian (Ancient Roman) Kassian (English) Cassianus (Ancient Roman) Cassius (Ancient Roman)   Female forms:… Continue reading Cassius

Blue, C names, Color, Gray, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Word names


Cayzer comes from a surname, a variant of Kaiser which derives from the Germanic word for "emperor"; it's a variant form of Caesar, an Ancient Roman cognomen famously attributed to Julius Caesar which later came to be regarded as an imperial title. Though its origins are unknown, it's been linked to Latin caesaries meaning “hair”, referring to abundant or a luxurious head of… Continue reading Cayzer

Bright/Clear, Color, Female, L names, Light, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, White


Luciana is the feminine form of Lucianus, an Ancient Roman cognomen derived from the Roman praenomen Lucius meaning “light” from Latin lux (light) derived from a PIE root word *lewk– (light, bright; white). Luciana has various pronunciations depending on the region it's from: loo-CHAH-nah (Italian), loo-SYAH-nah (Latin American Spanish) or loo-THYAH-nah (European Spanish). Nicknames: Lucy/Lucie Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Luciána (Hungarian, Slovak) Lucienne (French)  … Continue reading Luciana

Etruscan, Male, Mythology, Roman mythology, V names, Virtues/Attributes


Vulcan is the name of the god of fire, metalworking, the forge, and volcanoes in Roman mythology, the son of Juno and Jupiter. According to myth he was born so deformed that his own mother was horrified by him and threw him from Mt. Olympus and into the depths of the ocean, where he was found by the… Continue reading Vulcan

A names, Animals, Birds, Black/Dark, Color, Eagle, Elements, Female, Latin, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Water


Aquilina is an Ancient Roman cognomen, the feminine form of Aquilinus, a derivative of Aquila meaning "eagle" from Latin aquila which derives from an unknown origin though it could be derived from Latin aquilus (dark-colored, swarthy), though another possible derivation for aquilus is Latin aqua (water) derived from a PIE root word. Aquila is the name of a constellation, the name of a genus of eagles,… Continue reading Aquilina

Female, M names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Maxima is an Ancient Roman female name, the feminine form of Maximus which means "greatest, biggest, largest; oldest, eldest" derived from PIE root *méǵh₂s (great, big). Maxima also refers to a musical note that seems to have stopped being used in the 16th century. Nicknames: Max, Maxi/Maxy Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Maxene (English) Maxine (English) Maxina (English) Maxima… Continue reading Maxima