Kenric

Kenric is a variant spelling of Kendrick, a surname with various possible sources and meanings: as an English surname it comes from Old English given name Cyneric or Cenric meaning "bold power" or "royal power" made up from Old English elements cyne (royals kingly) and ric (ruler, power, king); as a Welsh surname it derives from Welsh Cynwrig meaning "chief hero" or …

Kimber

Kimber comes from an English surname, originally a locational name for someone who came from a place called Kimber. The first element of the name comes from Old English cempa meaning "champion; warrior" and bearu "grove" essentially meaning "grove of the champion". Kimber could also be used as a shortened form of Kimberly. The second element of the name …

Henley

Henley comes from an English surname, originally used as a locational name for someone who came from a place called Henley. While the second element comes from Old English lēah meaning “wood; clearing; meadow”, the first element may possibly be derived from Old English héan via heah meaning "high, tall", or from Old English henn "hen". It's also possible …

Nigel

Nigel is an English male name, an anglicized form of Gaelic Niall, a Gaelic name of uncertain meaning though possibly meaning "champion" or "cloud". It may also have arisen as an anglicized form of Latin Nigellus meaning "black", Origin: Gaelic, Proto-Indo-European Variants: Nigellus (Latin) Neil (Irish, Scottish, English) Neal (English) Niles (English)   Female forms: Nigella (English) Neilina …

Melia

Melia is the name of a nymph in Greek mythology, the daughter of the god Oceanus, as well as the name of several figures in Greek mythology; the Meliae are a group of nymphs of the ash tree (also known as the Meliades). The name means "ash tree" from Ancient Greek, a derivative of meli (honey). Melia is also the name …

Neela

Neela is an Indian female name, a variant transcription of Nila meaning "blue, azure" from Sanskri नीला nila which derives from a Proto-Indo-Iranian root word. Neela is the name of a goddess in Hindu mythology as well as the name of a male character in the Ramayana (spelled Nila), an epic poem of ancient India. Nila also seems to be a …

Niles

Niles comes from an English surname, a patronymic surname meaning "son of Neil", derived from the given name Neil which is the anglicized form of Gaelic Niall, a name of uncertain etymology though possibly meaning "champion" or "cloud". Niles could also be a variant of Neils, a German surname which is a reduced form of given name Cornelius, an Ancient …

Cole

Cole comes from an English surname from Old English Cola via col meaning "black, charcoal", originally a descriptive name for someone who had a swarthy appearance. It comes from Proto-Germanic *kulą (coal) derived from PIE root *ǵwelH- (to burn; to shine). Cole is also a shortened form of Nicholas meaning “victory of the people” coming from Ancient Greek Nikolaos made up from nike (victory) and laos (people), both …

Torrence

Torrence comes from a Scottish surname derived from a place name derived from Gaelic torran meaning "hillock" or "mound". It may also have derived from an Irish surname, Ó Toráin meaning "descendant of Torán", the latter an Irish male name meaning "little lord" or "little hero, champion" from Irish tor (lord, hero, champion) and the diminutive suffix -án. It's also possible …