Silvurlín

Silvurlín is a Faroese female name, either a combination of Old Norse elements silfr (silver) and lín (flax, linen) meaning “silver linen” or “silver flax”, or it could be the Faroese form of Silvelin, a German diminutive of Silvia, the feminine form of Silvius meaning “wood, forest”. Origin: Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European  

Sylvia

Sylvia is a variant spelling of Silvia, a Latin female name which is the feminine form of Silvius, a Roman cognomen meaning “wood, forest; orchard, grove” via Latin silva (wood, forest; orchard, grove) derived from Proto-Indo-European *swel-, *sel- (beam, board, frame, threshold). In Roman mythology, Rhea Silvia is the mother of Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, while there’s also…

Sylvan

Sylvan is an English male name, the English form of French Sylvain which comes from Latin Silvanus, a Roman cognomen meaning “wood, forest; orchard, grove” derived from a PIE root word. In Roman mythology, Silvanus is the name of a god of the forest. Sylvan is also a Swedish surname originating from Latin sylvanus. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Sylvain (French) Silvanus…

Kylie

Kylie is a female given name. I’ve seen it listed as coming from an Australian Aboriginal word meaning “boomerang”; it could also be a variant form of Kyla, the feminine form of Kyle, which comes from a Scottish surname likely derived from Scottish Gaelic caol meaning “narrows”, “strait”, “channel”. It may also be derived from Scottish Gaelic coille meaning “wood, forest”. Origin:…

Savina

Savina is an Italian female name, the Italian form of Sabina, the feminine form of Ancient Roman cognomen Sabinus meaning “Sabine”, referring to a member of an ancient tribe in Italy that was eventually assimilated into the Roman Empire. From what I could find, it supposedly means “of one’s own” derived from a PIE root word, however I’ve seen…

Kyla

Kyla is the feminine form of Kyle, which comes from a Scottish surname likely derived from Scottish Gaelic caol meaning “narrows”, “strait”, “channel”. It may also be derived from Scottish Gaelic coille meaning “wood, forest”. Origin: Scottish Gaelic Variants: Kylah (English)   Male forms: Kyle (English)  

Silas

Silas is a contracted form of Silvanus, a Roman cognomen meaning “wood, forest; orchard, grove” derived from a PIE root word. In Roman mythology, Silvanus is the name of a god of the forest. It’s also possible that Silas may be the Ancient Greek form of an Aramaic form of Hebrew Saul meaning “asked for, prayed for”. Silas is also…

Silvestra

Silvestra is the Italian and Slovene feminine form of Silvester, derived from an Ancient Roman name meaning “of the forest” from Latin silvestris from silva (wood, forest, grove). Origin: Latin Variants: Sylvestra (English)   Male forms: Silvester (Dutch, English, Slovene, Slovak, German, Late Roman) Silvestro (Italian) Silvestr (Czech) Sylvestre (French) Szilveszter (Hungarian) Sylwester (Polish) Silvestre (Spanish, Portuguese) Silvestras (Lithuanian) Sylvestris (Latin)…

Roscoe

Roscoe comes from an English surname derived from a place name meaning “doe wood” from Old Norse elements ra (roebuck) and skógr (wood, forest) via Proto-Germanic *skōgaz (wood, forest). Nicknames: Ro/Roe, Ross Origin: Old Norse, Proto-Germanic