Vero

Vero is a Latin adverb meaning “verily, truly, really, in truth” which comes from Latin Verus meaning “true, real” which derives from PIE root word *weh₁- (true). Vero is also a Finnish word meaning “tax” as well as an Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese word meaning “true; truth”. Vero could also be used as a nickname for Veronica and Veronique both meaning…

Persephone

Persephone (also known as Kore meaning “the maiden”) is the daughter of Demeter and Zeus in Greek mythology. The most famous myth attached to her is her abduction by Hades, king of the underworld, in order to be his bride. However, when her mother Demeter found out she refused to allow anything to grow in her despair, causing the earth…

Veronique

Veronique is the anglicized form of Véronique, the French form of Veronica which is the Latin transliteration of Berenice, itself the Latinized form of Macedonian Berenike from Greek Pherenike meaning “bringing victory” or “bringer of victory” from Greek elements pheros (to bring) and nike (victory). However, the name has also been associated with Latin vera iconica meaning “true image” in reference to Saint Veronica who apparently wiped…

Solifer

Solifer comes from Latin meaning “sun-bringing” or “sun-bearing” and could be used as a unisex name. Origin: Latin Variants: Solifera (f)