Female, Male, Phoenician, Place names, S names, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Sevilla

Sevilla is the name of a city in Spain, the capital of Andalusia. It has a long history of colonization of various civilizations, first colonized by the Phoenicians who name dit Spal meaning "valley, plain" in the Phoenician language, from sefela (valley, plain). During Roman rule, the name became Hispalis, than Isbilia when the Moors took over, which eventually… Continue reading Sevilla

H names, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names

Haddon

Haddon comes from an English surname, a locational name for someone who came from a town or village called Haddon. It is composed from Old English elements hǣþ (heath, wasteland, wilderness) combined with dun (hill), meaning "heath hill" or essentially "heath-covered hill". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Hadden (English) Haden (German, English)    

A names, Color, Dwarf, Elves, Female, Germanic mythology, Gold, Male, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Aubryn

Aubryn is an English unisex name, possibly a variant of Aubrey, the Norman French form of Germanic Alberich meaning “elf power” made up from Germanic elements alf (elf) and ric (power). In Germanic mythology, Alberichi s a dwarf and appears in the Nibelungenlied, an epic poem in which he guards the treasure of Nibelung. it's also possible that Aubryn is a combination of… Continue reading Aubryn

D names, Male, Numbers, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Dane

Dane comes from an English surname, a variant of Dean, either derived from Middle English dene meaning “valley” or else it’s an occupational surname meaning “dean”, referring to a person who was a dean or someone who worked for one, referring to an ecclesialtical head of a cathedral. It’s derived from Latin decanus meaning “chief of ten” in reference to… Continue reading Dane

F names, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Fernald

Fernald comes from a French surname which seems to be a variant of Furnell, either a  topographic or occupational name meaning "furnace" in reference to someone who either worked as an iron-worker or lived near one. It's also possible that Fernald is a variant spelling of Farnall, an English locational name meaning "fern hill" given to someone… Continue reading Fernald

Earth, Elements, Female, Mythology, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Surname names, T names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Terra

Terra is the Latin word for "earth, soil; dry land" and in Roman mythology Terra is the name of a goddess of earth which derives from a PIE root word *ters- (dry), and is also a word in Italian, Galician and Catalan derived from Latin. It's also possible that Terra is a variant spelling of Tara, (which… Continue reading Terra

Animals, Birds, E names, Elves, Male, Mythological creatures, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Swan, Virtues/Attributes

Eldon

Eldon comes from an English surname derived from a place name meaning "Ella's hill" composed from given name Ella (the Norman form of Alia which comes from Germanic element alja meaning "other, another, foreign") and dun meaning "hill". I've also seen other meaning listed for it, coming from Old English ælf (elf) or elfitu (swan) and denu (valley) meaning "elf valley" or… Continue reading Eldon

Bright/Clear, D names, Female, Mythology, Nature, Numbers, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Sky/Heavens, Virtues/Attributes

Deandra

Deandra is an English female name, either a combination of Dean (an English male name with various meanings of "valley", or “dean”, referring to a person who was a dean or someone who worked for one, referring to an ecclesialtical head of a cathedral. It’s derived from Latin decanus meaning “chief of ten” in reference to someone who was in… Continue reading Deandra