Ancient Egyptian, Animals, Egyptian, Egyptian mythology, Female, Mythology, S names, Scorpion, Virtues/Attributes

Serket

Serket is the name of a goddess in Egyptian mythology, the goddess of fertility and healing, as well as healing venomous bites and stings, and was often depicted as a scorpion or who had the head of a scorpion. Her name can mean either "(she who) tightens the throat" or "(she who) causes the throat… Continue reading Serket

E names, Female, Hebrew, Physical Attributes, Virtues/Attributes

Eva

Eva is the Latinate form of Eve which comes from Ancient Greek Eúa via Hebrew hawwah meaning “to breathe” or “to live”. Eva is also a variant transcription of Yeva, the Russian and Armenian form of Eve; it's also been used as an anglicized form of Aoife, an Irish female name meaning "beauty, radiant". Origin: Hebrew Variants: Eve (English) Hawa (Arabic) Eua (Biblical Greek)… Continue reading Eva

A names, Ancient Germanic, Animals, Birds, Female, Hebrew, Irish, Persian, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Sound, Virtues/Attributes

Ava

Ava is a female given name with a multitude of origins and meanings: it could be related to Latin avis meaning "bird" which derives from a PIE root word; it could be a variant spelling of Eva, the Latin form of Eve which derives from Hebrew hawwah meaning “to breathe” or “to live”; it could also be an anglicized form of Aoife, an Irish… Continue reading Ava

E names, Female, Hebrew, Proto-Germanic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Eve

Eve is the anglicized form of Eva, the Latin form of Ancient Greek Eúa which derives from Hebrew hawwah meaning "to breathe" or "to live". In the Abrahamic religions, Eve was the very first woman created to be the wife of Adam. Eve is also an English and Dutch surname, either derived from the given name Eve or its Latinate form Eva.… Continue reading Eve

A names, Akkadian, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Abel

Abel is a Hebrew male name possibly derived from Hebrew hevel (הֶבֶל) meaning “breath, vapor; vanity” or from Akkadian ablu meaning “son”. Another possible meaning I’ve seen for the name is that it may be related to a word meaning “herdsman”, in reference to Abel’s role as a shepherd while his brother Cain was a farmer. Abel is also a surname… Continue reading Abel

Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, P names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Psyche

Psyche (pr. sie-kee) is the name of a figure in Greek myth, the youngest of three daughters of a king and queen. She was a very beautiful woman whose beauty rivaled even that of the goddess Aphrodite, which didn't please the goddess at all. She sent her son Eros to make Psyche fall in love with something hideous but he ends… Continue reading Psyche

A names, Akkadian, Female, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Nature, Virtues/Attributes

Abelia

Abelia is the feminine form of Abel, a Hebrew male name possibly derived from Hebrew hevel (הֶבֶל) meaning "breath, vapor; vanity" or from Akkadian ablu meaning "son". Another possible meaning I've seen for the name is that it may be related to a word meaning "herdsman", in reference to Abel's role as a shepherd while his brother Cain was a farmer.… Continue reading Abelia

B names, Basque, Birds, Color, Crow, Female, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Latin, Nickname names, Physical Attributes, Slavic, Virtues/Attributes, White, Word names, Yiddish

Belia

Belia has several possible meanings and origins such as: it's an Indonesian word meaning "youth"; it may also be a variant of Bella, the short form of Isabella, the Latinate form of Elizabeth, which comes from Hebrew meaning "my God is an oath" or "my God is abundance"; Bella also means "beautiful" in Italian from Latin bellus; Belia may also be a… Continue reading Belia