Keren

Keren is a Hebrew female name meaning “horn” or “ray of light”. Keren is also the name of a city in Eritrea, Africa. Origin: Hebrew  

Calyx, Calix

Calyx comes from Latin meaning “bud; husk, pod, outer covering; eggshell; shells of fruit” which comes from Ancient Greek kálux via kalupto (to cover, conceal) which may possibly be derived from PIE root *kel- (to cover). In botany, it refers to the outermost group of floral parts, the sepals, while in zoology it refers to any of various cup-like…

Courtney

Courtney is an English unisex name originally derived from an English surname derived from a French place called Courtenay, which comes from Curtenus, a Latin name meaning “short” from Latin curtus (short) derived from a PIE root word. It may also have arisen as a nickname for someone with a short nose or someone who was short in stature. As…

Calista

Calista could be the variant form of Callisto, an Ancient Greek female name meaning “most beautiful” derived from Ancient Greek kalós (beauty, beautiful, good) which comes from a Proto-Indo-European source kal-wo-s, a form of *kal- (beautiful). In Greek mythology Callisto was a nymph and a follower of the goddess Artemis who was seduced by Zeus and ended up bearing him a son, Arcas. Callisto was…

Tekoa

Tekoa is a male Hebrew name possibly meaning “stockade” or “horn, trumpet”. Origin: Hebrew