Rie

Rie (pr. ree-eh in Japanese; Forvo) is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used. Some possible meanings are: 理恵 "logic, reason + favor, blessing, grace, kindness"; 利恵 "profit, advantage, benefit + favor, blessing, grace, kindness"; 梨絵 "pear tree + picture, painting, drawing, sketch"; 理江 "logic, reason + inlet, bay, creek"; 理絵 "logic, reason +picture, painting, drawing, sketch"; 里枝 "village, hometown + … Continue reading Rie

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Ellison

Ellison comes from a patrynomic surname meaning "son of Ellis", Ellis being a medieval form of Elijah, a Hebrew male name meaning "my God is Yahweh". Ellison may also be a variant form of Elisedd, a Welsh male given name meaning "kind, benevolent" from Welsh elus. Ellison seems to be very popular as a girl's name. Origin: Hebrew, Welsh … Continue reading Ellison

Kenji

Kenji is a Japanese male name made up of Japanese elements ken with various meanings of 研 (study, sharpen), 件 (case, matter, example), 健 (strong, healthy); 伸 (to stretch, lengthen, extend); 兼 (connect, combine, concurrent); 券 (ticket, certificate); 剣 (sword); 堅 (firm, steady, hard, strict, solid); 宣 (to declare, to announce, to proclaim); 建 (build, … Continue reading Kenji

Kazuya

Kazuya is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used.  It's made up of Japanese elements kazu meaning 一 "one", 和 "harmony, peace", 冬 "winter"; 万 "ten thousand"; 三 "three"; and ya meaning 八 "eight"; 矢 "arrow"; 也 "to be, also, too"; 哉 (a final exclamatory particle that has no particular meaning); 優 "excellent, outstanding, kind, tenderness"; 弥 "extensive, full, complete"; 夜 "night"; though there are likely other meanings as well. Kazu can also … Continue reading Kazuya

Yutaka

Yutaka is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "bountiful; excellent; rich" (豊); "abundant; rich; fertile" (裕); "tenderness, gentleness; excel; surpass; actor; superiority" (優); "tolerent; lenient; generosity; relax; feel at home; be at ease; broadminded" (寛); "good crops; prosperity; a number of 1028" (穣); "warm" (温); "masculine, male; hero; … Continue reading Yutaka

Shiva

Shiva is the Hindu god of destruction and transformation in Hindu mythology, and one of the principle gods in Hinduism along with Brahma and Vishnu, as well as being the husband of the mother goddess Parvati. His name comes from Sanskrit Śivá meaning "auspicious, benign, gracious, kind". Shiva is also a Persian female name meaning "charming, … Continue reading Shiva

Nina

Nina is the name of a Sumerian fertility goddess who was also identified with Ishtar and Inanna. Her name in cuneiform is written with a fish inside of a house and means "water lady" or "lady of the water" from Sumerian nin (lady) and a (water). The city of Ninevah was named after her. Nina is also the Russian … Continue reading Nina