Elendora

Elendora seems to be a unique name. There wasn't much information I could find out about it, though if I had to take a guess it could be a combination of Eleanor and Dora;  Eleanor is the Od French form of Occitan Aliénor which could possibly mean "the other Aenor" derived from Latin alia meaning “another” derived Proto-Indo-European *h₂élyos (beyond, other) from the root … Continue reading Elendora

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Annora

Annora is a medieval English spelling of Honora which is a variant spelling of Honoria, the feminine form of Honorius meaning "honor" from Latin honos. Nicknames: Nora, Ann, Annie/Anny Origin: Latin Variants: Honora (Irish, English) Onóra (Irish) Honoria (Roman)   Male forms: Honoré (French) Honorius (Roman)  

Zebulon

Zebulon is a name of uncertain etymology though it's been linked to Ugartic zbl meaning "prince", linked to the same root word as Jezebel meaning "where is the prince?" or "not exalted". Zebulon may originally have been used as an epithet for the god Ba'al. Other theories of the name link to Hebrew zabal meaning "to exalt, to honor"; zeved "gift, dowry"; or … Continue reading Zebulon

Gareth

Gareth is the name of one of the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian legends, the son of Lot and Morgause, Arthur's older half-sister, which makes him Arthur's nephew. The name first appeared in Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, based on the name Gahariet, an Old French form of the name. The etymology behind the name is … Continue reading Gareth

Lenora

Lenora is a short form of Elenora, a variant form of Eleanor which comes from Old French form of Occitan name Aliénor which could mean "the other Aenor" from Latin alia meaning "another" and the given name Aenor, possibly a Germanic name of unknown meaning, though it's been linked to Adenorde or Adenor, made up of Germanic elements adal (noble) and nord (north), or even as a contracted form … Continue reading Lenora

Titus

Titus comes from an Ancient Roman given name of unknown meaning though it has been linked to Latin titulus meaning "title of honor" or Latin titio "fire-brand". It's likely, however, that the name is pre-Roman in origin, possibly Sabine, and its true meaning lost to time. Titus is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Latin, Sabine … Continue reading Titus