Aziza

Aziza is an Arabic female name, the feminine form of Aziz meaning “powerful, strong; mighty; precious; beloved, darling, dear”. I’ve also seen Aziza listed as being the name of a type of supernatural creature in African mythology, a type of fairy which are supposedly benevolent. I couldn’t find an origin behind the name, whether it has…

Leonard

Leonard is a male given name meaning “brave lion” made up from Germanic elements leon (lion) and hard (brave, hardy), both of which derive from a PIE source. Leonard is also an English and French surname which originates from the given name; it’s also been used as an anglicized form of Irish O’Leannain meaning “descendant of Leannán”, the latter meaning “lover;…

Habiba

Habiba is an Arabic female name (and word) meaning “beloved, darling, sweetheart” as well as also meaning “friend”. Origin: Arabic Variants: Habeeba Habibah Male forms: Habib Habeeb   Habiba -حبيبة (Arabic)  

Carissa

Carissa is a variant spelling of Charissa, itself an elaborated form of Charis which comes from Ancient Greek meaning “grace, kindness, beauty, elegance” derived from khaírō (to be happy) from Proto-Hellenic *kʰəřřō (to rejoice) ultimately derived from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰer- (to yearn for).In Greek mythology, a Charis refers to one of the Charites, referring to some minor goddesses (also known as the Graces) of charm, beauty, grace,…

Renji

Renji is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used:  “bargain; reason; charge; suspicion; point; account; purity; honest; low price; cheap; rested; contented; peaceful + two” (廉二); “bargain; reason; charge; suspicion; point; account; purity; honest; low price; cheap; rested; contented; peaceful + next; order; sequence” (廉次); “romance; in love;…

Cherie

Cherie comes from French chérie, a word which means “darling, sweetheart” from chérir (to cherish) derived from Latin cārus meaning “dear, beloved, expensive” via Proto-Indo-European *kéh₂ros (to desire, to wish). It may also be a variant spelling of Sherry, the name of a fortified wine in Spain called Xeres/Jerez, though Sherry is also a surname, the anglicized form of Irish Ó Searraigh meaning “descendant of Searrach”, the latter a…