Animals, Arabic, Camel, Color, Deer/Roe, Elements, Female, Greek mythology, H names, Mythology, Physical Attributes, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Indo-Iranian, Red/Crimson, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Hind

Hind (pr. hend; Forvo) is an Arabic female name which means "group of camels", referring to a number that is more than one or two hundred. Hind is also the Arabic name for India which comes from Sanskrit Sindhu meaning “river, stream; flood, waters; sea, ocean” via Proto-Indo-Iranian *síndʰuš (river, stream). Hind (pr. haynd; Forvo) is also an English word- as a noun it… Continue reading Hind

G names, Hebrew, Male, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Guy

Guy is the Norman French form of Wido, an Ancient Germanic name which originated as a short form of names beginning with the Germanic element witu "wood" or wit "wide". Guy as also been used as an anglicized transcription of Gai, a Hebrew male name meaning "valley, gorge, ravine". As a surname it originated from the given name above, but it… Continue reading Guy

A names, Bright/Clear, Emotion/Feelings, Japanese, Joy, Male, Physical Attributes, Place names, Virtues/Attributes

Akihiko

Akihiko is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used such as: aki 明 "bright; light" + hiko 彦 "lad, boy; prince" (明彦); aki 昭 "shining; bright" + hiko 彦 "lad, boy; prince" (昭彦); aki 彰 "obvious; clear" + hiko 彦 "lad, boy; prince" (彰彦); aki 聡 "intelligent, clever, bright" + hiko 彦 "lad, boy; prince" (聡彦); aki 晶 "clear, crystal, sparkle" + hiko 彦 "lad, boy; prince" (晶彦); a 亜 "Asia; rank next; come after"… Continue reading Akihiko

English, Female, Latin, M names, Mythology, Old English, Physical Attributes, Roman mythology, Seasons, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

May

May is the fifth month of the year in English. The name comes from Maia, the name of a Roman goddess of spring, derived from Latin maius meaning "great". It's also another name for the hawthorn flower. May is also a surname though it comes from a different source, likely from Old English may meaning "male relative", "young lad" and "maiden".… Continue reading May