Kai

Kai is a name with various origins and meanings: it's a Hawaiian unisex name meaning "sea"; it's also a Japanese name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: (海) "sea, ocean"; (貝) "shellfish"; (快) "cheerful, pleasant, agreeable, comfortable"; (戒) "commandment", and other various meanings; as well as also being a compound of … Continue reading Kai

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Shoji

Shoji is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "correct; justice; righteous; a number of 1040+ reign;  be at peace;  calm down;  subdue;  quell;  govt;  cure;  heal;  rule;  conserve" (正治); "prosperous; bright; clear + two" (昌二); "shining; bright + two" (昭二); "level + director;  official;  govt office;  rule;  administer" (庄司); "auspicious;  … Continue reading Shoji

Clio

Clio is the Latinized form of Greek Kleio meaning "glory" which comes from Greek kleo (to make famous, to celebrate) derived from Proto-Indo-European ḱlew- (to hear). In Greek mythology, Clio is the Muse of history and heroic poetry, the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. Clio also seems to have some use as a surname, perhaps derived from the given name. Origin: Ancient … Continue reading Clio

Berenice

Berenice is the Latinized form of Macedonian Berenike derived from Greek Pherenike meaning “bringing victory” or “bringer of victory” from Greek elements pheros (to bring) and nike (victory). It's pronounced be-re-NEE-che in Italian, be-re-NEE-see, or ber-nees in English). Origin: Greek Variants: Bernice (English) Berniece (English) Bérénice (French) Pherenike (Ancient Greek) Bernike (Biblical Greek) Berenike (Macedonian, Ancient Greek) Veronica (Latin transliteration of Berenice)  

Sanjay

Sanjay is an Indian male name, the modern form of Sanjaya meaning "victorious, triumphant" in Sanskrit. In the Hindu epic poem, the Mahabharata, Sanjaya features as a charioteer who has the gift of divine sight. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Sanjaya (Hinduism) Sunjay  

Tyrese

Tyrese is a masculine given name, a modern American name which could be a combination of Ty (a short form of names such as Tyler, Tyrone, and Tyson) and Reese, the Anglicized form of Welsh name Rhys meaning "ardor", "enthusiasm", "splendor, glory". It could also be an elaborated form of Tyree, a variant form of McIntyre, a Gaelic surname meaning "son of the craftsman" or … Continue reading Tyrese

Bernie

Bernie is a nickname for names like Bernard, a Germanic male name meaning "brave bear" or "hardy bear" from Germanic elements bern (bear) and hard (brave, hardy); Bernadette and Bernardine, both feminine forms of Bernard; and Bernice, a variant spelling of Berenice, which is the Latinized form of Macedonian Berenike from Greek Pherenike meaning “bringing victory” or “bringer of victory” from Greek elements pheros (to bring) and nike (victory). Origin: Germanic, Greek Variants: Berny (English) … Continue reading Bernie

Colista

Colista is a female name that could be a variant spelling of Calista, the feminine form of Callistus, the Latin form of Greek Kallisto meaning "most beautiful" from kalos (beautiful). It could also be a combination of Colette (the short form of Nicolette, feminine form of Greek Nicholas meaning "victory of the people") and Calista. Colista is also a Spanish word, apparently referring to the bottom or … Continue reading Colista