Felice

Felice (pr. feh-lee-che; Forvo) is an Italian male name, the Italian form of Felix meaning “lucky, successful, auspicious”. It also means “fruitful, fertile, prosperous”, deriving from PIE *dʰeh₁(y)- (to suckle, nurse) from which derive several derivatives such as Greek phuo “to make grow” or “to produce”, Latin fio “to become”, fecundus “fertile”, fetus “pregnant” and “offspring” and even femina “woman”. Felice (pr. feh-lee-tsa or fel-eese) is also a female given name, the German feminine form of Felix…

Ephraim

Ephraim comes from Hebrew meaning “fruitful” and is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Efraim (Hebrew) ‘Efrayim (Hebrew) Yefrem (Russian) Jevrem (Serbian) Efraín (Spanish) Evron (Yiddish) Ephraïm (Dutch)  

Dara

Dara is a given name with a variety of meanings and origins: Dara is a male name in Irish which comes from dair meaning “oak” which comes from Proto-Celtic *daru deriving from a PIE root word. Dara is also an anglicized form of Dáire meaning “fruitful, fertile” and is the name of several figures in Irish mythology; it’s also a…

Felixa

Felixa is the feminine form of Felix which comes from a Roman cognomen meaning “happy, lucky, successful, auspicious” in Latin. It also means “fruitful, fertile, prosperous”, deriving from PIE *dʰeh₁(y)- (to suckle, nurse) from which derive several derivatives such as Greek phuo “to make grow” or “to produce”, Latin fio “to become”, fecundus “fertile”, fetus “pregnant” and “offspring” and even femina “woman”. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Félice (French) Felice (English) Felicia…

Darren

Darren is a male name of uncertain meaning and origin. It may be a variant form of Darrell, which comes from French surname D’Airelle meaning “of Airelle”, referring to someone who came from there. Darren may also be a variant of Dara, an Irish male name meaning “oak tree” though it may also be an anglicized form of Dáire meaning “fruitful, fertile”,…

Eustace

Eustace is an English male name, which either comes from Eustachius, the Latin form of Ancient Greek Eustachys meaning “fruitful” from Greek elements eu (good) and stachus (ear of corn); or it could be derived from Ancient Greek Eustathius meaning “well built, stable, steadfast”, made up from Greek elements eu (good) and histemi (to stand up, to set up). Eustace is also a surname derived from the given name….