Aisling

Aisling (pr. ash-lin or ash-ling) is an Irish female meaning “dream, vision”, as well as the name of a type of Irish poem in which Ireland appears as a woman lamenting the state of the Irish people and predicts their revival.  Origin: Irish Variants: Aislin (Irish) Aislinn (Irish) Ashling (Irish, English) Aislene (Irish) Aisleyne (English) Ashlyn (English) Ashlynn (English)  

Dreama

Dreama is an English female name which comes from the English word dream meaning “a succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep”; “an aspiration or goal, a reverie or an idle fancy”. It comes from Old English drēam (joy, pleasure, ecstasy) via Proto-Germanic *draugmaz (dream) derived from a PIE root word meaning “to…

Roya

Roya is a Persian female name meaning “dream, vision” which comes from Arabic r-ʾ-y  (ر ء ي), related to seeing with one’s eyes. Origin: Arabic Variants: Röya (Turkish) Rüya (Turkish)   رویا (Persian)  

Nina

Nina is the name of a Sumerian fertility goddess who was also identified with Ishtar and Inanna. Her name in cuneiform is written with a fish inside of a house and means “water lady” or “lady of the water” from Sumerian nin (lady) and a (water). The city of Ninevah was named after her. Nina is also the Russian…