Mayura

Mayura comes from Sanskrit mayūra (मयूर) meaning "peacock", an Indian male name. In Hindu mythology, the peacock is a sacred bird believed to have been created from the feathers of the Garuda, also a legendary bird in HIndu myth. Mayura is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "cocoon + … Continue reading Mayura

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Yara

Yara is a female name with multiple origins and meanings: Yara is a Persian female name meaning "courage, strength, power" from Persian yâvar (strength, power), a cognate of Avestan zāvar (strength, power); it's also a Turkish word meaning "wound"; it's a Hebrew female name meaning "honeycomb" or "honeysuckle" though it may also be related to Hebrew ya'ar יַעַר meaning "forest, woods, woodland"; … Continue reading Yara

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. … Continue reading Eustace

Evenor

Evenor is the name of a character in Greek mythology, Evenor (or Euenor) and his wife Leucippe (Leukippe) who are autochthons, mortals who spring from the earth itself and are therefore tied to the very land itself. They have a daughter, Cleito (Kleito) who marries Poseidon and they have five pairs of twin sons, who … Continue reading Evenor

Agafya

Agafya is the Russian form of Agatha which comes from Greek agathos meaning "good". Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Agata (Russian, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Serbian) Águeda (Spanish, Portuguese) Agatha (English, Ancient Greek) Agathe (Ancient Greek, French, German, Norwegian, Danish) Agáta (Czech) Ágota (Hungarian) Ågot (Norwegian) Águeda (Spanish, Portuguese) Agda (Swedish)   Male forms: Agaton (Russian) Agafon (Russian) … Continue reading Agafya

Bonnie

Bonnie comes from the Scottish word bonnie meaning "pretty, beautiful" which derives from Middle French bonne (good) from Latin bonus ultimately derived from the Proto-Indo-European *dew- (to show favor; revere). Origin: Proto-Indo-European   Variants: Bonny (English)  

Agathon

Agathon is an Ancient Greek male form of Agatha meaning "good" from Greek agathos. Agathon is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Agaton (Russian) Agafon (Russian)   Female forms: Agatha (English, Ancient Greek) Agathe (Ancient Greek, French, German, Norwegian, Danish) Agata (Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Polish, Slovene, Russian, Croatian, Serbian) Agáta (Czech) Ágota (Hungarian) … Continue reading Agathon

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

Evander

Evander is the English form of Evandros, a Greek male name meaning "good man" from Greek elements eu (good) and aner (man). In Roman mythology, Evander was born in Arcadia but later went to Italy, bringing with him the Greek alphabet, laws, and pantheon, and founded the city of Pallantium about sixty years before the Trojan War, and which would … Continue reading Evander

Dario

Dario is the Italian and Croatian form of Darius, the Roman form of Greek Dareios which ultimately comes from Persian Dārayavahush meaning "to possess excellence" or "he who holds firm to good" from dâraya (to possess, to hold) and vahu (good). Dario is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Persian Variants: Dário (Portuguese) Darío (Spanish) Darius (English, Lithuanian, Romanian) Dareios … Continue reading Dario