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Germaine

Germaine is a French female name, the feminine form of Germain, the French form of Germanus, an Ancient Roman cognomen given to those who were from Germany or who came from one of the various Germanic tribes at the time. The origin of the name is uncertain; it may be derived from a Celtic or Gaulish word,… Continue reading Germaine

A names, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Male, Virtues/Attributes

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)  

A names, Animals, Elements, Female, Fire, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindu mythology, Kin/Family, Male, Maori, Mythology, Persian, Sanskrit, Snake/Serpent, Surname names, Turkish, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

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… Continue reading Ahi

B names, Female, Kin/Family, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

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… Continue reading Briar