Ancient Greek, Animals, Daemons/Spirits, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Irish, Male, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nickname names, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Seasons, Surname names, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Tracy

Tracy is an English unisex given name derived from a surname originally from a place name in Normandy, France. It derives from Gallo-Roman given name Thracius with a locational suffix meaning "Thracian's settlement" or "domain of Thracius", Thracius being a Roman name referring to someone who came from Thrace or was a Thracian. The name comes from Latin thrax which may… Continue reading Tracy

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Ancient Germanic, Animals, Earth, Elements, Female, Gaelic, German/Germanic, Greek, Latin, Male, Nickname names, Sabine/Oscan, Seasons, Surname names, T names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Terry

Terry is an English unisex name originally used as a diminutive of Terence (which comes from Roman family name Terentius which is of uncertain meaning though it could be derived from Latin terens meaning "rubbing, wearing away" from Latin terere (to rub, to wear out) though it might also be related to Sabine terenus meaning "soft") or Theresa ( comes from Greek Therasia, the name of… Continue reading Terry

C names, Female, Latin, Male, Surname names, Unisex

Chase

Chase is a given name derived from an English surname meaning "chase, hunt" derived from Old French chacier (to hunt) via Latin captiare (catch). It was an occupational surname for a huntsman or given as a nickname for an exceptionally skilled hunter. Origin: Latin Variants: Chace (English)  

Animals, Birds, D names, Male, Raven, Surname names

Draven

Draven seems to come from an English surname; it was popularized by the 1994 movie The Crow based on the comic book series, though the last name was given to the character in the movie. Although the popular consensus seems to be that the name is somehow derived from d'raven meaning "of the raven", there's no real accuracy… Continue reading Draven

Animals, Female, Fish, Phoenician, S names

Sidonie

Sidonie is the French form of Sidonia, the feminine form of Sidonius, a Latin name meaning "of Sidon", referring to someone from the ancient Phoenician city of Sidon (in what is now modern day Saïda, Lebanon). Sidon itself most likely comes from Phoenician Tzidhon meaning “fishing place” or “fishery” from tzud (to hunt, capture). Origin: Phoenician Variants: Sidony (English) Sidonia (German, Late Roman)… Continue reading Sidonie

Ancient Egyptian, Animals, Basque, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Greek, Hebrew, Love/Beloved, M names, Nickname names, Seasons, Spanish, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Maite

Maite is a Basque feminine name meaning "lovable" or "beloved". It's also been used as a contracted form of given name María Teresa. María ultimately comes from Hebrew Miryam, a name of unknown meaning though possible meanings ascribed to it are "sea of bitterness", "rebelliousness", "and wished for child". It's also possible that it might be derived from… Continue reading Maite