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Nona

Nona is the name of a Roman goddess of pregnancy in Roman mythology, as well as the name of one of the Parcae (the female personifications of destiny), along with Morta and Decima. The Parcae are the Roman equivalent of the Moirai in Greek myth, and Nona is the equivalent of Clotho, who spun the thread of life.… Continue reading Nona

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Alula

Alula is a name with quite a few origins and meanings to it: Alula (also known as a bastard wing) refers to a small joint in the middle of a bird's wing, which has three to five small wing feathers (depending on the species) and helps the birds navigate through the air. It means '"winglet", since… Continue reading Alula

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Primrose

Primrose is the name of a flower belonging to the genus Primula. The name is made up of Medieval Latin prima rosa meaning "first rose", apparently because it was the first flower to start blooming in spring. Primrose is also a Scottish surname originating as a locational name for someone who came from a place called Prenrhos, made up… Continue reading Primrose

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Eka

Eka is an Indonesian unisex name meaning "one, first" via Sanskrit eka (one) from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Háykas (one) derived form PIE root word *óynos (one; single). Eka is also Georgian female name, a short form of Ekaterine, the Georgian form of Katherine, the English form of Greek Aikaterine though the etymology behind the name is not certain. It could be derived from another Greek name, Hekaterine from hekateros meaning… Continue reading Eka

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Primo

Primo is an Italian male name meaning "first" which comes from Latin primus (first) via Proto-Italic *priisemos (foremost, first) made up of PIE root word *preh₂- (before, in front) derived from PIE *per- (before, in front first). Primo is also a Spanish and Portuguese word meaning "cousin". Origin: Proto-Indo-European   Variants: Primus (Latin) Primož (Slovene)   Female forms: Prima… Continue reading Primo

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Pryor

Pryor comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Prior which refers to a member of the monastery ranked below an abbot, and which could have been given to those who served a prior. It comes from Latin prior meaning "former, previous; first, original" via Proto-Italic *priōs (former) which derives from a PIE root word. Prior could… Continue reading Pryor

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Princess

Princess is the feminine equivalent of Prince, referring to the daughter of a king. It comes from the same root as Prince, from Latin princeps meaning "first, foremost; chief, distinguished" made up from Proto-Italic *priisemos (first, foremost) derived from a PIE root word; and the suffix *-kaps (to take, seize) also derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Male forms: Prince (English)  

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Prince

Prince comes from the name of a royal title, referring to a male son or grandson of a king or queen. It's also been used to refer to someone who is outstanding in a particular group or class or someone who possesses fine or admirable traits. The name comes from Latin princeps meaning "first, foremost; chief, distinguished"… Continue reading Prince