Midian

Midian is the name of a place in the Bible and the Quran, named after Midian, the son of Abraham and Keturah. The name means "strife" from Hebrew madon מדון (strife) via root word din מדון (to judge; law). Midian also seems to be a Hebrew surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Semitic VAriants: Midyan (Hebrew) Madyan (Arabic) Madiám (Greek) Madian (Italian, …

Jadrien

Jadrien is a modern English male name, a variant spelling of Jadrian, a combination of Jaden and Adrian. Jaden is a modern American name that has become increasingly popular in the last two decades with the aden suffix (alongside Aiden, Hayden, Caden), it’s possible that it arose as a variant spelling of Jadon, a Hebrew male name of uncertain meaning though I’ve seen it listed as …

Midir

Midir is the name of a figure in Irish mythology, the son of the Dagda and the lover of Étain, who was turned into water, a worm, and a butterfly (or a fly in some versions) by his jealous wife Fuamnach. The meaning of Midir is unknown though it may be related to Old Irish midithir meaning "to …

Akim

Akim is a Russian male name, the Russian form of Joachim, a male name which is a contracted form of either Jehoiachin meaning “established by Yahweh”, or Jehoiakim meaning “raised by Yahweh”. Akim is also a Kazakh word meaning "mayor" or "governor, ruler" which seems to be derived from Arabic hakim حَاكِم (judge, ruler). Origin: Hebrew, Arabic Variants: Yakim (Russian) …

Dina

Dina is an Arabic female name, the feminine form of Deen/Dīn meaning "religion, creed" though it also means "debt, loan", "duty, obligation, law" and "judgement, ruling"; it seems to be derived from a Proto-Semitic root word in reference to a legal sense (obligated conduct; decisions of morality or ethics, judgement, decree, ruling), and is a cognate with …

Daniela

Daniela is the feminine form of Daniel, a Hebrew name meaning "God is my judge". Nicknames: Dani/Danni/Dannie, Ela, Ella Origin: Hebrew Variants: Daniella (English) Danielle (French, English) Danièle (French) Dana (Romanian, Czech, Slovak, German, Hebrew) Danijela (Slovene, Croatian, Serbian) Daniëlle (Dutch)   Male forms: Daniel (English, Hebrew, French, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Spanish, …

Ela

Ela is a female given name with several possible etymologies: Ela is a Turkish female name which comes from the word meaning "hazel" as in the color; Ela is also a Polish diminutive of Elżbieta, the Polish form of Elizabeth which comes from Hebrew meaning "my God is an oath" or "my God is abundance"; it's also possible that …

Jadin

Jadin is a variant spelling of Jaden,  and while seemingly a modern American name that has become increasingly popular in the last two decades with the aden suffix (alongside Aiden, Hayden, Caden), it's possible that it arose as a variant spelling of Jadon, a Hebrew male name of uncertain meaning though I've seen it listed as either meaning "thankful" or …

Danuta

Danuta is a female given name, the Polish form of Danutė, a Lithuanian female name of uncertain origin though it could possibly be a feminine form of Daniel, a Hebrew male name meaning "God is my judge", or possibly as a diminutive of Dana, which may have originated as a variant of Dane, referring to someone who came from Denmark …

Danina

Danina is a female given name of uncertain meaning and etymology. At first glance it seems like a feminine form of Daniel meaning "God is my judge" and in some cases it may be based on that; but it also seems to have older roots than that, as the name of one of a pair of pre-Christian …

Dinah

Dinah (pr. die-nah) is a Hebrew female name meaning "judged" or "vindicated" in Hebrew. It was the name of Jacob and Leah's daughter in the Old Testament. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Dina (Hebrew, English)  

Joden

Joden seems to be a modern name, either an elaborated form of Jody, a diminutive of Joe or Joseph (though it's also been used as a nickname for Judith), a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh will increase" or "Yahweh will add"; or it could a variant spelling of Jodan, which could be a combination of given names Joe/Joseph and Dan, a Hebrew male name …