Emotion/Feelings, Female, Greek mythology, Jealousy, Mythology, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Virtues/Attributes, Z names

Zelia

Zelia has several possible origins: it could be a variant spelling of Celia, the English form of Caelia, the feminine form of Caelius, an Ancient Roman family name meaning “heaven, sky” from Latin caelum from a Proto-Indo-European root word of uncertain meaning; it's possible that it's also a feminine form of Zelos, an Ancient Greek male name meaning "zeal, ardor, jealousy" also derived… Continue reading Zelia

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Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Germanic, Virtues/Attributes, X names

Xarles

Xarles is the Basque form of Charles which derives from Germanic Karl from Proto-Germanic *karilaz meaning “free man”, used to refer to men who were not thralls or servants but who still lived at the bottom of society so it connotes the idea of a free man. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Charles (English, French)  

A names, Animals, Birds, Eagle, Female, German/Germanic, Hebrew, Male, Names from Shakespeare's plays, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Anne

Anne is the French feminine form of Anna, the Greek form of Hebrew Channah meaning "favor" or "grace". Anne is also a Frisian masculine name derived from Germanic element arn meaning "eagle", and has been used as a male name in France, the Netherlands, and even Scotland. In Shakespeare's play The Merry Wives of Windsor (1602) one of… Continue reading Anne

Ancient Greek, Color, Greek, Greek mythology, Hebrew, I names, Latin, Male, Mythology, Nature, Surname names, Violet/Purple, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Ion

Ion is a figure in Greek mythology, the son of Creusa (an Athenian princess) and either the god Apollo or the Peloponnesus king Xuthus depending on some versions, and who is the ancestor of the Ionian people. The meaning behind the name is unknown, though it might be a stretch to relate it to Greek ion which… Continue reading Ion

A names, Greek, Male, Physical Attributes, Surname names

Ander

Origin: Greek Meaning: Ander is the Basque form of Andrew, which is the English form of Andreas, a Greek name meaning "manly, masculine". Ander is also a surname, perhaps a short form of Scandinavian surname Andersen or Andersson meaning "son of Anders". Variants: Andrew (English) Andreas (Greek, Ancient Greek, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Welsh)… Continue reading Ander