Rohan

Rohan is an Indian male name meaning "ascending" from Sanskrit rohana. Rohan is also the name of a place in France though the exact origins behind the name is unknown. Rohan is also a surname, a variant form of Rowan, an Irish surname which is the anglicized form of Ó Ruadháin meaning "descendant of Ruadhán", the latter derived from Irish ruadh meaning "red", derived … Continue reading Rohan

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Rosie

Rosie is usually treated as a nickname for Rose, the Norman form of Rohese meaning "famous type, famous kind" from Germanic elements hrod (fame) and heid (kind, sort, type). Rose later became associated with Latin Rosa meaning "rose", referring to the flower. Spelled Rosy, it refers to a pinkish-red color as well as used to refer to something that is cheerful, bright, and optimistic, or it can … Continue reading Rosie

Maurus

Maurus is a Latin male name meaning "dark skinned" in reference to someone who came from the country of Mauritania or who was of Moorish descent. Maurus is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Latin Variants: Mauro (Italian, Portuguese/Brazilian) Maurizio (Italian) Maurice (French, English) Mauritius (Late Roman) Morris (English) Maurits (Dutch) Mauri (Finnish) Moritz … Continue reading Maurus

Russ

Russ is a short form of Russell, an English male name which comes from a surname meaning "little red one" from Old French rousel. It was originally given as a nickname for someone who had red hair or a reddish complexion. Russ is also an archaic word for Russian. Origin: Old French Variants: Russell (English) Russel (English) … Continue reading Russ

Flynn

Flynn comes from an Irish surname, an Anglicized form of O Floinn, a surname meaning “descendant of Flann”, Flann meaning “red” or “blood red”, referring to someone who had a reddish complexion. Origin: Irish   Variants: Flann

Kiera

Kiera is a variant spelling of Kira which is also another spelling of Ciara, the feminine form of Ciar, an Irish masculine name meaning “black”, referring to someone who had black hair or had a darker complexion. Origin: Irish Variants: Kira Ciara Kiara Kiarra Keara Kyra