Ammar, Amar

Ammar is an Arabic male name meaning “long-lived” which comes from the same root word as Omar. While Amar is a variant spelling of the name, it’s also an Indian male name meaning “immortal”. Amar is also the Egyptian Arabic form of qamar meaning “moon” and can be used as an Egyptian given name for either gender. Egyptian…

Lestari

Lestari is an Indonesian female name meaning “eternal, abiding, everlasting” and also seems to be a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Indonesian  

Sun-Hye

Sun-Hye is a Korean female name with a variety of meanings depending on the hangul used such as: 선 (線) seon “thread, line” 선 (仙) seon “fairy; celestial being; immortal” 선 (善) seon “good, nice” 선 (先) seon “to advance; ahead” 선 (船) seon “ship, vessel”   혜 (慧) hye “bright, intelligent” 혜(蕙) hye “orchid” 혜 (惠) hye “grace” 혜 (暳) hye…

Tansy

Tansy is the name of a flowering plant that has also been used as a medicinal herb. The name comes from French tanesie, an aphetic form of athanasie via Ancient Greek athanasia meaning “immortality”, made up from Greek negative prefix a- and thantos (death; corpse). Another possible meaning behind the name I’ve seen listed is that it comes from Vulgar…

Khalid

Khalid is an Arabic male name meaning “eternal, immortal” which derives from Arabic خَلَدَ khalada (to be immortal; to last forever, to be everlasting) via root خ ل د kh-l-d (which relates to eternity). Khalid is also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Arabic Variants: Khaled (Arabic) Halit (Turkish)   Female forms: Khalida (Arabic) Halide (Turkish)…

Amara

Amara is an Igbo female name meaning “grace” as well as being a feminine form of Amar, an Indian male name meaning “immortal”. Amara is also an Italian, surname, a variant of Amaro, which is an Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese surname of uncertain meaning. It may be derived from Arabic given name Omar meaning “flourishing, life” or Ammar “long-lived”, both…

Ambrose

Ambrose is the English form of Latin Ambrosius, derived from Greek Ambrosios meaning “immortal”. In Greek mythology, ambrosia is the food of the gods which also bestowed immortality on those who ate it. Ambrose is also another name for Merlin, the wizard who helps King Arthur in Arthurian legend, known as Merlin Ambrosius. It’s also a surname originating from…

Akali

Akali is a term meaning “timeless, immortal, deathless, everlasting” from prefix a- (un) and kal (death) referring to something that is undying or cannot die. It’s derived from a Punjabi word, Akal, meaning “The Timeless One”. It was also used to refer to the Nihang and the Khalsa, both groups made up of Sikh warriors, as well as the name of…