A names, Celtic, Female, Irish, Literature, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

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)  

D names, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

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… Continue reading Dreama

Apple/Apple tree, Aymara, Color, Earth, Elements, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Fire, Food, Hebrew, Japanese, Love/Beloved, Mythology, N names, Near East mythology, Nickname names, Numbers, Old Slavic, Physical Attributes, Quechua, Red/Crimson, Sumerian, Sumerian mythology, Vegetables, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

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… Continue reading Nina