Xatia

Xatia is a Georgian female name, a variant transcription of Khatia meaning "to be painted" from Georgian xaṭavs ხატავს (to paint). The name is pronounced za-tee-ya but I've also heard it said za-sha. Origin: Georgian Variants: Khatia (Georgian)- pr. kha-tee-a; Forvo  

Zona

Zona is an English female name meaning "girdle, belt". The name comes from Latin zona (belt, girdle; zone) via Greek zōnē (belt, sash, girdle), referring to a type of belt worn by women in Ancient Rome. Zona is also a word in several languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Serbian, Croatian, Georgian, Italian) meaning "zone"; in Hebrew it means "prostitute". Origin: …

Anastasia

Anastasia is the feminine form of Anastasius, the Latinized form of Ancient Greek Anastasios meaning "resurrection" from Ancient Greek anastasis (resurrection standing up) composed of ana- (up) + histemi (to stand). Nicknames: Ana, Stacy, Stacia Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Anastasiya (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Bulgarian) Anastazija (Croatian, Slovene) Stošija (Croatian) Anastázie (Czech) Anastazie (Czech) Anastasie (French, Romanian) Anasztázia (Hungarian) Anastasija (Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, …

Irma

Irma is a female given name, originating as a short form of names beginning with Germanic element ermin meaning "whole, universal" which comes from Proto-Germanic *ermunaz (strong, whole) deriving from an unknown origin, making it a cognate of Emma. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Erma (English) Irmuska (Hungarian diminutive of Irma) Emma (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, …

Medea

Medea is the name of a sorceress in Greek mythology, daughter of King Aeëtes of Colchis and the granddaughter of Helios, the sun god; she is also the niece of Circe, another sorceress who was involved with Odysseus. When the Greek hero Jason arrives for the Golden Fleece, Medea falls in love with him and helps him; they get married and …

Nino

Nino is an Italian male name, a diminutive o f names ending in -nino such as Giannino (itself a diminutive of Giovanni, the Italian form of John meaning "Yahweh is gracious" from Hebrew) or Antonino (a variant of Antonio via Antonius, a Roman family name of uncertain meaning though it could possibly be Etruscan in origin. However, there have been other possible meanings …

Elene

Elene (pr. e-LEN-ee; Forvo) is the Georgian and Sardinian form of Helen, the English form of Helene, an Ancient Greek name of uncertain etymology though it’s been linked to Greek helene meaning “torch” or “corposant”, though it might also be linked to selene meaning “moon”. In Greek mythology, Helen was the daughter of Zeus and Leda, considered to be one of the most beautiful women in the world. Her kidnapping …

Nana

Nana is both a female and male given name with multiple origins and meanings behind it: Nana is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: nana 七 "seven"; na 菜 "greens; vegetables" + na "Nara; what?" (菜奈); na 奈 "Nara; what?" + na 々 (used to indicate the repetition of the kanji before it); …

Shota

Shota is a Japanese male name, a variant transcription of Shouta, with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: sho 正 "correct; justice; righteous" + ta 太 "plump, thick" (正太); sho 翔 "soar, fly" + ta 太 "plump, thick" (翔太); sho 章 "chapter; section" + ta 太 "plump, thick" (章太); sho 将 "leader, commander, general" + ta 太 "plump, thick" (将太); sho 匠 "artisan, workman, carpenter" + ta 多 "many, much" (匠多) There are …

Andro

Andro is a Croatian male name, the Croatian form of Andrew, the English form of Greek  Andreas, derived from Greek andreios meaning “manly, masculine” derived from a PIE root word. Andro is also a Georgian, Corsican, and Sardinian short form of Andria, another form of Andrew.  Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Andrew (English) André (French, Portuguese, German, Dutch) Andre (English) Deandre (English) Drew (English) …

Melia

Melia is the name of a nymph in Greek mythology, the daughter of the god Oceanus, as well as the name of several figures in Greek mythology; the Meliae are a group of nymphs of the ash tree (also known as the Meliades). The name means "ash tree" from Ancient Greek, a derivative of meli (honey). Melia is also the name …

Eteri

Eteri is a Georgian female name meaning "(a)ether, air", and eteri is also a Catalan and Italian word meaning "ether" which comes from Latin aether (upper, pure bright air; the heavens; the upper world) via Ancient Greek aither (heaven; aether) derived from PIE root word *h₂eydʰ- (to ignite; fire). The Eteriani (the tale of Eteri) is a medieval Georgian folk romance based …