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 … Continue reading Ambrose

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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 … Continue reading Akali