Dillon

Dillon seems like a variant spelling of Dylan at first glance, an Irish name meaning “great tide” or “great flow” and the name of a sea god in Welsh mythology, but Dillon has its own roots. There seems to be a lot of contradictory information on it: it’s an anglicized form of Gaelic surname Ó Duilleáin meaning…

Vera

Vera is a Russian female name meaning “faith” which comes from Proto-Slavic *vě̀ra (faith, belief) derived from Proto-Indo-European *weh₁- (true), though it’s also been associated with Latin verus meaning “true, truthful, real”, also derived from the same Proto-Indo-European source. Vera is also an Albanian female name derived from verë meaning “summer”. Vera is also a Spanish surname meaning “shore, riverbank; side”, a place name…

Foy

Foy comes from a surname with several possible meanings and origins: it may be derived from Old French foi or from Latin fides meaning “faith”, either used as a nickname for someone who was a pious person or someone who often swore; it may also be a medieval French female name also derived from Foy (or Faith);  it may also…

Imani

Imani is a Swahili unisex name meaning “faith, belief” derived from Arabic ʾāmana (to believe in). Origin: Arabic Variants: Iman (Arabic) unisex Imen (Arabic) male  

Tadashi

Tadashi is a Japanese male name with various meanings depending on the kanji used,  such as “correct, righteous” (正) or “loyal, faithful”  (忠), “lucky, auspicious” (禎), or “villa, solemn” (莊), though there could be other meanings with other kanji used. Origin: Japanese