Animals, Deer/Roe, Elements, Fox, Male, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Rey

Rey is a Spanish male name (and word) meaning "king" derived from Latin rex (king, ruler) via a PIE *h₃rḗǵs (king, ruler) from root word *h₃reǵ- (to straighten, to right oneself; right; just). It could also be a short form of Reymundo, a variant spelling of Raymundo, the Spanish and Portuguese form of Raymond, the English form of Germanic Raginmund meaning “advice protector” or “counsel protector… Continue reading Rey

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Female, Greek mythology, Mermaid/Siren, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Persian, Proto-Indo-European, S names, Virtues/Attributes

Sirina

Sirina is a female given name with various meanings attributed to it such as: it's a variant spelling of Serena meaning "calm, tranquil, serene" from Latin serenus; it could also be a variant of Sirin, also a name of uncertain meaning though it could be an elaborated form of Siri, a short form of Sigrid meaning "victory + beautiful, fair" made… Continue reading Sirina

Female, Hebrew, J names, Male, Nickname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Jack

Jack originally began as a medieval diminutive of John from Jankin or Jackin, the English form of Iohannes, the Latin form of Greek Ioannes deriving from Hebrew Yochanan, a Hebrew masculine name meaning "Yahweh is gracious". It could also be a short form of Jacqueline, the French feminine form of Jacques which is the French form… Continue reading Jack

Female, Finnish, Indonesian, Malay, Numbers, Place names, Romanian, S names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Satu

Satu is a Finnish female name meaning "fairytale, fable" as well as also being a Malay and Indonesian word meaning "one". Satu Mare is also the name of a city in Romania meaning "great village", Satu meaning "great, large". Origin: Finnish, Malay, Indonesian, Romanian  

Aboriginal, Ancient Greek, Animals, Arabic, Aramaic, Elements, Female, Food, Grape/Grapevine, Greek, Greek mythology, Hebrew, Lamb/Sheep, Latin, Mythology, Nickname names, Place names, Seasons, T names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Talia

Talia has several meanings depending on the origin: it's a variant transcription of Talya, a Hebrew female name meaning "dew from God"; Talia is also an Aboriginal word meaning "near water" and is the name of a town in Australia; it's also an Aramaic unisex name, a variant of Talya meaning "young lamb", derived from taleh; it's also… Continue reading Talia

African, Demons, Elements, Emotion/Feelings, Etruscan mythology, Female, Gaelic, Hebrew, Hindu mythology, Joy, Kin/Family, Latvian mythology, Light, Love/Beloved, M names, Maasai, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sanskrit, Slavic mythology, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Mara

Mara is a female given name with multiple origins and meanings: Mara is a Hebrew female name meaning "bitter", taken on by Naomi from the Old Testament after she had lost her husband and sons, as well as also being a Croatian and Serbian variant of Marija, which comes from the Hebrew female name Miriam, a name of unknown meaning… Continue reading Mara

Arthurian legends & myths, Elements, Female, Gaelic, M names, Male, Mythological creatures, Numbers, Nymphs, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Welsh

Morgan

Morgan is a unisex name though it has two different origins: as a male name it derives from Old Welsh Morcant, a masculine name possibly meaning "sea circle" from Welsh elements mor (sea) and cant (circle), though the first element may also be related to Welsh mawr meaning "large; big; great"; the second element *cant- also means "hundred". Morgan is also the name… Continue reading Morgan

Akkadian, Arabic, Assyrian mythology, Demons, Elements, Female, Hebrew, L names, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Near East mythology, Night/Evening, Sumerian, Sumerian mythology, Wind/Air

Lilith

Lilith comes from Akkadian lilitu or lilatu meaning "night", which seems to have been used to refer to a type of female demon in Assyrian and Sumerian myth known as lilitu or lili (a male demon would be lilu) who sedeuce and sleep with humans. According to Jewish tradition, Lilith is the first woman ever created, Adam's first wife, before she was thrown… Continue reading Lilith

Dutch, E names, Earth, English, Female, German/Germanic, Male, Nature, Old English, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Elder

Elder is a Portuguese male name, a variant of Hélder which either derives its name from a Dutch town called Den Helder possibly meaning "hell's door" in Dutch, or "hill/hilly grounds", or it could be a derived from Germanic given name Hulderic meaning "merciful ruler" or "graceful ruler" from Germanic elements hulda (merciful, graceful) and ric (power, rule). Elder is also a surname,… Continue reading Elder

Animals, Irish, Male, Mythological creatures, R names, Seal, Selkie, Surname names

Ronan

Ronan is the anglicized form of Rónán, an Irish male name composed from Irish rón meaning "seal" combined with the diminutive suffix an, so the name essentially means "little seal". It's also a surname derived from the given name. Seals play a big part in Irish and Scottish folklore, in the form of a Selkie is a seal who has lost… Continue reading Ronan