Mira

Mira is an Indian female name (also spelled Meera). I’ve seen several source list it as meaning “sea, ocean” but I’ve also seen it listed as meaning “prosperous, wealthy, highborn” or “limit, boundary”. Mirabai (or Meera Bai) was a 15th century Hindu princess and poetess who was devoted to the Hindu god Krishna; bai seems to be a feminine…

Rami

Rami is an Arabic male name and surname meaning “archer, thrower” which comes from Arabic ramy رَمْي (throwing, flinging shooting); or it could be derived from ram (رام) meaning “to aspire,  to wish, to aim at, to dream, to be ambitious”. However, ram (رام) is also a Persian word meaning “tame, meek, docile”. Rami is also from Hebrew Ram (רָם)…

Luana

Luana is a female given name that could be derived from a number of sources: it could be a combination of Lou (a short form of Louise and Louisa meaning “famous battle”) and Anna (grace, favor); it’s also a Hawaiian female name meaning “content, at ease” and “to be at leisure”. It was used for a Polynesian character in the 1932 movie Birds…

Nehemiah

Nehemiah is a Hebrew male name meaning “comforted by Yahweh”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Nehemia (English, Finnish, Swedish) Neemias (Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek) Nechemyah (Biblical Hebrew)  

Noah

Noah is a Hebrew unisex name with different meanings in Hebrew. As a male name it means “rest, comfort” from Noach (נוֹחַ) while as a female name it means “motion” No’ah from (נוֹעָה). Noah is also a surname derived from the given name, though it could also be a variant spelling of Noar, a topographical name for someone who lived near…

Kai

Kai is a name with various origins and meanings: it’s a Hawaiian unisex name meaning “sea”; it’s also a Japanese name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: (海) “sea, ocean”; (貝) “shellfish”; (快) “cheerful, pleasant, agreeable, comfortable”; (戒) “commandment”, and other various meanings; as well as also being a compound of…

Yusra

Yusra is an Arabic female name meaning “wealth, ease, comfort”. It’s also related to a root word meaning “left”. Origin: Arabic   يسرى (Arabic)