Fahima

Fahima is the feminine form of Fahim, an Arabic male name meaning “intelligent, scholar” though it also means “understanding, comprehension”.

Origin: Arabic

Variants:

  • Faheema (Arabic)
  • Fehime (Turkish)
  • Fahmida (Urdu)

 

Male forms:

  • Fahim (Arabic)
  • Faheem (Arabic)
  • Fehim (Turkish)

 

فهمة (Arabic)

 

Rei

Rei (pr. ray) is a Japanese unisex name though it seems to be more popular for women. Some meanings depending on the kanji are: 玲 “exquisite, clever, sound of jade”; 礼威 “reverence + dominate, intimidate, power”; 礼 (reverence, etiquette, bow); 霊 (soul, spirit, ghost); 玲生 “exquisite, clever, sound of jade + life, existence, being”; 礼唯 “reverence + only, sole, alone”; 零 (zero); 麗 (lovely, elegance, beauty); 例 (example, instance); 令 (order, command); 怜 (to know, wise); 鈴 (bell, chime); 嶺 (peak, summit); 黎 (black, dark, gloomy, many); 澪 (waterway, channel, wake “of a ship”); 励 (strive, encourage); and many more depending on the kanji used. Other variants of the name include Reiko, with the (ko) meaning “child”, only used for females; Reika, also used for females with the (ka) ending meaning 香 “fragrance” and 花 “flower”; and Reiki, a unisex name with the (ki) ending meaning 樹 “tree”; 輝 “radiance, brilliance, splendor”; and likely various other meanings.

Origin: Japanese

Variants:

  • Reiko (f)
  • Reika (f)
  • Reiki (u)

 

Kenji

Kenji is a Japanese male name made up of Japanese elements ken with various meanings of (study, sharpen), (case, matter, example), (strong, healthy); (to stretch, lengthen, extend); (connect, combine, concurrent); (ticket, certificate); (sword); (firm, steady, hard, strict, solid); (to declare, to announce, to proclaim); (build, establish, construct); (constitution, law); (first); (wise, clever, intelligent); and ji with various meanings of (two); (second, next, in order); (govern, regulate, administer); (road, path); (of, one of); (benevolence); (history, record); (child, young); (to take charge, rule); 爾 (you, that way, like this); and likely other meanings depending on the kanji used. Ken can also be used as a given name on its own.

Origin: Japanese

Variants:

  • Ken