E names, Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Eucleia is the daimon, or personification, of good repute and glory in Greek mythology who, along with her sisters Eupheme (acclaim), Eutheia (prosperity), and Philophrosyne (welcome) were probably known as the younger Kharites (Graces). In Greek vase paintings, Eucleia was often depicted among the attendants of Aphrodite, representing the good repute of a chaste bride. Her… Continue reading Eucleia

Female, Male, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes


Timo is an Ancient Greek female name, the feminine form of Timon which comes from Ancient Greek timao τιμαω meaning "to honor, to esteem". Timo is also the Finnish, German, and Dutch shortened form of Timothy, the English form of Timotheos, a Greek name meaning “honoring God” or “to honor God”. Timo is also a variant of Thiemo, a variant of Thietmar or Dietmar, a German… Continue reading Timo

Kin/Family, Male, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes


Robinson comes from an English surname, a patronymic surname meaning "son of Robin", Robin being an English medieval diminutive of Robert, the English form of Germanic Hrodebert meaning “bright fame” from Germanic elements hrod (fame) and beraht (bright). Nicknames: Rob, Robin, Robby/Robbie Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

Battle/War, Female, L names, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes


Lorraine is a female given name which derives from the name of a region in France meaning "kingdom of Lothar", named for a Frankish king named Lothair; it means "famous army" made up from Germanic elements hlud (fame, famous) and hari (army). Lorraine is also a surname originating as a locational name for someone who came from the region… Continue reading Lorraine

Color, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Joy, Literature, R names, Virtues/Attributes, White


Rowena is an English female given name of uncertain meaning. It was the name of the daughter of the Saxon warrior (and later king) Hengist who was married to Vortigern, a British warlord also known by the title "King of the Britons". However, the name appears to have first been used by Geoffrey of Monmouth, an English clergyman and chronicler… Continue reading Rowena

Animals, Battle/War, Female, Hebrew, L names, Lion, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes


Lois is a female given name of uncertain origin. It was the name of the grandmother of Timothy, a disciple of St. Paul who wrote two epistles to him. A possible meaning attributed to the name is from Ancient Greek loion meaning "more desirable, agreeable". However, according to this site it's also possible that the name may be… Continue reading Lois

Ancient Greek, Black/Dark, Color, M names, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes


Merrick comes from a Welsh surname, a variant of Meurig which is the Welsh form of Maurice which comes from Late Latin Mauritius, a Roman name which is a derivative of Maurus meaning “dark-skinned”, in reference to someone who came from the country of Mauritania or who was of Moorish descent. It derives from Ancient Greek mauros (black, dark). As an English surname, it derives from… Continue reading Merrick

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


Delbert is an English male name, a shortened form of Adelbert, the German and Dutch form of Adalbert which is an Old Germanic form of Albert meaning "noble bright" made up from Germanic elements adal (noble) and beraht (bright, famous), both of which derive from a PIE root word. Nicknames: Del, Bert, Bertie/Berty Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Adelbert (German, Dutch) Adalbert (Ancient Germanic, German, Polish)… Continue reading Delbert

Battle/War, Female, Hebrew, L names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Luanne is an English female name, a combination of Lu and Ann(e), Lu being a variant of Lou, a shortened form of Louise/Louisa, the feminine form of Louis, the French form of Ludovicus, the Latinized form of Germanic name Ludwig, from Chlodovech, meaning “famous battle”  or “famous in battle” from Germanic elements hlud (famous) and wig (war, battle); and Ann(e), the French feminine form of… Continue reading Luanne

Animals, Male, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Wolf


Rudolph is a variant spelling of Rudolf which comes from Germanic Hrodulf meaning "famous wolf" made up from hrod (fame) and wulf (wolf). Rudolph is also a surname originating from the given name. Nicknames: Rudy, Rudi Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Rudolf (German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Slovene, Croatian, Russian, Armenian) Rodolph (French, English) Rodolphe (French) Rodolfo (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)… Continue reading Rudolph