Evangela

Evangela is a variant of Evangeline, an English female name meaning "good news", made up from Ancient Greek elements eu (good, well) and angelos (messenger). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Meaning: good news Usage: English, Italian Variants: Evangeline (English) Evangelina (Spanish, English) Evangelia (Greek) Evangeliya (Bulgarian) Evangelija (Macedonian) Vangelija (Macedonian) Évangéline (French) Evangelista (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)   Male forms: Evangelos (Greek) …

Yanna, Yana

Yanna is a Greek female name, a variant transcription of Gianna, itself an Italian diminutive of Giovanna which is the feminine form of Giovanni, the Italian form of John meaning “Yahweh is gracious” from Hebrew. Gianna is also a modern Greek variant of Ioanna, the Greek form of Joanna (also derived from the source above). I've also seen Yanna listed as a …

Eunice

Eunice is the Latinized form of Ancient Greek Eunike meaning "good victory", made up from Ancient Greek elements eu (good) and nike (victory). In Greek mythology, Eunice is the name of one of the Nereids, sea-nymphs who were the daughters of Nereus and Doris. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Eunike (Ancient Greek) Unice (English) Eunika (Polish)  

Mira

Mira is an Indian female name (also spelled Meera). I've seen several source list it as meaning "sea, ocean" but I've also seen it listed as meaning "prosperous, wealthy, highborn" or "limit, boundary". Mirabai (or Meera Bai) was a 15th century Hindu princess and poetess who was devoted to the Hindu god Krishna; bai seems to be a feminine …

Evangelia

Evangelia is a Greek female name which is the Latin plural form of evangelium meaning "good news; gospel" derived from Ancient Greek euángelos (bringing good news) composed from eu (good, well) and angelos (messenger), both deriving from a PIE root source. Nicknames: Eva, Evie/Eevee/Evy, Evangie/Evangi, Lia Origin: Proto-Indo-European     Variants: Evangeline (English) Evangelina (Spanish, English) Evangeliya (Bulgarian) Evangelija (Macedonian) Vangelija (Macedonian) Évangéline (French) …

Gina

Gina comes from a short form of names ending in -gina such as Regina (meaning "queen" from Latin), Georgina (the feminine form of George meaning "farmer, earthworker); Aegina (from Greek meaning "of a goat, goat); Virginia (which comes from a Roman cognomen of unknown meaning though often associated with Latin virgo "maid, virgin"); Luigina (the Italian diminutive of Luigia, the Italian feminine form of Louis …

Ewan

Ewan (pr. yoo-an) is a Scottish male name, an anglicized form of Eoghan, a name of uncertain meaning though possibly meaning “of the yew tree” or “born of the yew tree” though I’ve also seen it as possibly being derived from Welsh eoghunn meaning “youth”. Another possible origin for Eoghan is from Celtic Esugenios meaning “good born” derived from Proto-Celtic *esus (good) derived …

Evangeline

Evangeline is a female given name meaning "good news" derived from Latin evangelium derived from Ancient Greek euángelos (bringing good news) composed from eu (good, well) and angelos (messenger), both deriving from a PIE root source. Nicknames: Eva, Evangie, Leen, Lina Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Evangelina (Spanish, English) Evangelia (Greek) Evangeliya (Bulgarian) Evangelija (Macedonian) Vangelija (Macedonian) Évangéline (French)  

Owen

Owen has two possibly origins and meanings. The first is that it is a modern form of Owain, an Old Welsh name of uncertain origin. It could be a Welsh form of Eugene, the English form of Latin Eugenius which derives from Ancient Greek Eugenios meaning “well born” or "noble born" from Ancient Greek elements eu (well) from PIE root *h₁es- (to be) and genos (born) which also …