Female, Male, Nickname names, P names, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names


Pax is the name of the Roman goddess of peace which comes from Latin meaning "peace"  derived from a PIE root word. It could also be a short form of Paxton, an English surname meaning "Pæcc's settlement", Pæcc being an Old English male name of unknown meaning; Paxson, an English patronymic surname meaning "son of Pack", Pack being derived from Pæcc though it… Continue reading Pax

Battle/War, E names, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Seasons, Virtues/Attributes


Estrild is the Medieval English form of Middle English Éastorhild; the second element comes from Old English hild (battle, war) while the first part of the name comes from Eostre, the name of a Germanic goddess of spring and fertility. The origin of the name comes from Proto-Germanic *Austrǭ (Easter, springtime) derived from PIE root word *h₂ews- (dawn; east). Estrildis is the name of a… Continue reading Estrild

Female, Hebrew, P names, Seasons, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names


Pasqua is an Italian female name and word meaning "Easter". It comes from Latin pascuus (pasture, grazing) from Ancient Greek páskha (Passover) derived from Aramaic pasḥā from Hebrew pasách (to pass over, skip). Pasqua is also an Italian surname deirved from the given name. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Pascale (French) Pascaline (French) Pasqualina (Italian) Pascuala (Spanish)   Male forms: Pascal (French, German, Dutch) Paskal… Continue reading Pasqua