Scarlet

Scarlet comes from the name of a bright red color with a tinge of orange. The name comes from Old French escarlate referring to a type of expensive cloth via Latin scarlatum (scarlet, scarlet cloth) which may be derived from either Persian saqirlāt meaning "warm, woolen cloth" or from Arabic siklāt used to refer to expensive, luxury silks dyed scarlet red. Scarlet is also … Continue reading Scarlet

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Rin

Rin is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "dignified; severe, cold" (凛); "ethics; morals" (倫); "look to; face; meet; confront; attend; call on" (臨); "jewel; tinkling of jewelry" (琳); "phosphorous" (燐); "design; figured cloth; twill" (綾); "small bell; buzzer" (鈴); "clear water" (潾); Origin: Japanese In hiragana … Continue reading Rin

Wade

Wade comes from an English surname, either derived from Old English wæd meaning "ford" or "shallow water", used to refer to someone who lived near a ford; it comes from Proto-Germanic wadą. Wade may also be derived from an Old English given name, Wada, which comes from Old English wadan meaning "to go" from Proto-Germanic wadaną (to wade, to walk) via Proto-Indo-European *weh₂dʰ- (to … Continue reading Wade

Troy

Troy has several possible meanings and etymologies behind it: it comes from a surname derived from a city in Troyes, France, used to describe someone who came from there. The name comes from Latin Tricasses, the name of a Gallic tribe that lived in the area. The first part of the name comes from tri meaning "three" although … Continue reading Troy

Yui

Yui (pr. yoo-ee)  is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used. It could mean 唯 "only, sole, alone"; 由 "cause, reason; 維 "to tie, fasten up, to link, connect";結 "to tie, fasten, to end, conclude, finish"; 唯衣 "only, sole, alone + clothing"; 由衣 "cause, reason + clothing"; 結衣 "to tie, fasten, to end, conclude, finish + clothing"; as well … Continue reading Yui