Rin

Rin is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "dignified; severe, cold" (凛); "ethics; morals" (倫); "look to; face; meet; confront; attend; call on" (臨); "jewel; tinkling of jewelry" (琳); "phosphorous" (燐); "design; figured cloth; twill" (綾); "small bell; buzzer" (鈴); "clear water" (潾); Origin: Japanese In hiragana … Continue reading Rin

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Orin

Orin could be a variant of Orrin, itself an anglicized form of Odhrán, an Irish male name meaning "little pale green one", or a variant spelling of Oren, a Hebrew male name meaning "pine tree". It's also a surname originating from the given name. Orin is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji … Continue reading Orin

Rei

Rei (pr. ray) is a Japanese unisex name though it seems to be more popular for women. Some meanings depending on the kanji are: 玲 "exquisite, clever, sound of jade"; 礼威 "reverence + dominate, intimidate, power"; 礼 (reverence, etiquette, bow); 霊 (soul, spirit, ghost); 玲生 "exquisite, clever, sound of jade + life, existence, being"; 礼唯 "reverence … Continue reading Rei

Nola

Nola is a short form of Finola, an Anglicized form of Fionnuala meaning "white shoulder" from Irish elements fionn (white, fair) and guala (shoulder). It could also be a nickname for Magnolia, a flower named after French botanist Pierre Magnol; the closest I could find about the name is that it might possibly be a diminutive of given name Magnus, a Latin name … Continue reading Nola