Kei

Kei is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: kei 慧 "wise"; kei 圭 "square jewel; corner, angle, edge" kei 恵 "favor; blessing, grace"; kei 景 "view, scenery"; kei 京 "capital city; 1016"  There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it's けい. Origin: Japanese    

Venia

Venia is a Latin word meaning "indulgence, kindness; mercy, grace, favor; pardon; forgiveness" derived from PIE root word *wenh₁- (to love) (Venus derives from the same root word). Venia is also a Spanish word meaning "permission, consent, pardon" derived from the Latin word venia (above). Origin: Proto-Indo-European    

Toryanne

Toryanne is an English female name, a combination of Tory and Anne, which comes from Hebrew meaning "favor, grace"; Tory could be a variant of Tori, used as a nickname for Victoria meaning "victor, conqueror"; Tori 鳥 is also a Japanese word meaning "bird". Tory was also the name of a political party in Great Britain, referring to the Conservative party. The ward comes …

Mariana

Mariana is the feminine form of Marianus, an Ancient Roman family name which derives from Marius, which comes from the name of the Roman god of war, Mars, a name of uncertain etymology and meaning though it could possibly be related to Latin mas meaning “male” or from Latin marcus meaning “large hammer”. However, it’s possible that Mars is related to a much older source, perhaps from …

Lilyanna

Lilyanna is an English female name, a combination of Lily and Anna, the Latinate form of Hebrew Channah meaning “favor” or “grace”. Lilyanna could also be used as a variant spelling of Liliana, the Latinate form of Lillian, which may have originally come about as one of the numerous nicknames for Elizabeth which derives from Hebrew meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is …

Erina

Erina is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: e 恵 "favor, blessing, grace, kindness" + ri 里 "village" + na 奈 "Nara; what" (恵里奈); e 恵 "favor, blessing, grace, kindness" + ri 利 "profit, advantage, benefit" + a 奈 "Nara; what" (恵利奈); e 絵 "picture, drawing, painting, sketch" + ri 梨 "pear" + na 奈 "Nara, what?" (絵梨奈); e 慧 "wise" + ri 理 "reason, logic; …

Suanne

Suanne is a female given name, a combination of Sue or Susan (the English form of Susannah which comes from Hebrew Shoshannah meaning “lily”; it also means “rose” in modern Hebrew. It may ultimately be derived from Egyptian sšn meaning “lotus”) and Anne (which comes from Hebrew meaning "favor" or "grace"). Origin: Egyptian, Hebrew Variants: Sueanne (English) Suanna (English) Sueanna (English) SuAnne (English) SuAnna (English) …

Aina

Aina is a female given name in various cultures and therefore has various meanings depending on its origin: in Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, Aina is a variant of Aino meaning "the only one", though aina is also a Finnish adverb meaning "always". In the Finnish epic Kalevala, it's the name of a girl who drowns herself when …

Sophiana

Sophiana is a female given name, either an elaborated form of Sophia, an Ancient Greek female name meaning "wisdom" derived from sophos (clever, skilled; intelligent, wise) via a PIE root word; or it could be a combination of Sophia and Anna/Ana (the Latinate form of Hebrew Channah meaning “favor” or “grace”). Nicknames: Sophy, Ana/Anna Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Hebrew Variants: Sophianna (English) Sofiana (English) …

Hannah

Hannah is a female given name which comes from Hebrew Channah meaning "favor, grace"; it's also an English surname originating from the given name. As a Scottish surname it could be a variant of Hannay, a name of uncertain origin though it seems to derive from a locational name. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Chanah (Hebrew) Chana (Hebrew) Channah (Biblical …

Nanette

Nanette originated as a French diminutive of Anne, the French feminine form of Anna, which comes from Hebrew meaning “favor” or “grace”. Nicknames: Nan, Nanny/Nannie Origin: Hebrew Variants: Nannette (English) Nanetta (English, Hungarian) Nannetta (English)  

Gracie

Gracie is a nickname for Grace which comes from Latin gratia meaning “favor, kindness” and usually referring to qualities of elegance, pleasantness, charm, kindness, courteousness, and attractiveness. It derives from grātus (pleasing, acceptable, agreeable) via PIE *gʷerH- (to favor, approve; praise). I’ve also seen it listed as having originally been associated with Germanic element gris meaning “gray” though it was later …