Arabic, D names, Female, Greek mythology, Light, Mythology, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sky/Heavens, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Dia

Dia is an Ancient Greek female name and the name of several figures in Greek mythology. It means "heavenly, divine" derived from PIE root word *dyew- (bright; sky, heaven). There is also a Roman goddess called Dea Dia which means "divine goddess", who was associated with growth and fertility in Ancient Roman religion. Dia is also a Spanish and… Continue reading Dia

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Ancient Greek, Animals, Female, Greek mythology, Leopard, Mythology, N names, Proto-Semitic

Nemera

Nemera is a female name of uncertain origin though it could be derived from Hebrew and Arabic namir/nemer meaning "leopard" derived from Proto-Semitic namir- (leopard). Nemera is also the name of a healthcare company which states that its name is a combination of Nemer and Emera, the latter a variant form of Ancient Greek Hemera meaning "day", the name of a Greek goddess who… Continue reading Nemera

Ancient Greek, Arabic, E names, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes

Emera

Emera could be a variant spelling of Emira, the Bosnian form of Amira, the feminine form of Amir meaning "commander, prince". Emera is also an Italian female name, likely the Italian form of Hemera, the name of the Greek goddess of the day which is why her name, fittingly, means "day". Origin: Arabic, Ancient Greek   Variants: Emira (Bosnian) Amira (Arabic)… Continue reading Emera

Female, Food, Japanese, N names, Nature, Numbers, Place names, Seasons, Sun, Vegetables, Virtues/Attributes

Nanaka

Nanaka is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as "vegetables, greens + flower" (菜々花/ 菜々華); "vegetables, greens + summer" (菜々夏); "vegetables, greens + fragrance" (菜々香); "vegetables, greens + day, sun, Japan" (菜々日); "seven +flower, splendor" (七華); and likely other meanings. Nanaka was also the name of… Continue reading Nanaka