Waylon is an English male name, a variant of Wayland which comes from Weland, the Old English cognate of Wieland, made up of Germanic elements wig (war) and nandaz (daring, brave), or land (land). I've also seen it listed It could be derived from Germanic elements wela (skill) and land (land). In Germanic mythology, Wayland the Smith was a legendary blacksmith and craftsman who had no… Continue reading Waylon
Ferdinand is an Italian and Spanish name made up from Germanic elements fardi (journey) and nand (daring, brave) essentially meaning "dangerous journey" or "brave journey"; alternatively, the first part of the name could be derived from Germanic frið meaning "peace". Ferdinand is also a surname originating from the given name. Ferdinand was the name of a character in Shakespeare's The… Continue reading Ferdinand
Isamu is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: isamu 勇 "courage"; isamu 勲 "merit; distinguished service"; isamu 敢 "daring; brave; bold; sad; tragic; pitiful"; isamu 武 "warrior; military; chivalry; arms"; isamu 力 "power; strength; force" Origin: Japanese There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it's いさむ.
Tracy is an English unisex given name derived from a surname originally from a place name in Normandy, France. It derives from Gallo-Roman given name Thracius with a locational suffix meaning "Thracian's settlement" or "domain of Thracius", Thracius being a Roman name referring to someone who came from Thrace or was a Thracian. The name comes from Latin thrax which may… Continue reading Tracy