Ahab

Ahab comes from a Hebrew male name meaning “uncle”, made up from Hebrew ach אָח (brother) and av אֲב (father) essentially meaning “brother of the father” or “father’s brother”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Achab (Biblical Latin) Achaab (Biblical Greek) ‘Ach’av (Biblical Hebrew) Ahabbu (Akkadian)  

Ahi

Ahi has several meanings depending on which etymology it derives from: it’s is a Hawaiian and Maori word meaning “fire”; Ahi is the name of a giant serpent or a dragon in Hindu mythology (also known as Vritra) who was later killed by Indra. His name in Sanskrit means “snake”; Ahi is a Hebrew male name meaning…

Briar

Briar refers to a prickly plant or brush with thorns such as sweetbriar and greenbriar. The origin of the word comes from Old English brǣr meaning “briar, bramble” which may be derived from PIE *wert- (to twist, turn). Briar also refers to a pipe for smoking, made from the roots of that shrub. The origin of that word comes…