Kier

Kier (pr. keer) comes from a Scottish surname, a variant spelling of Kerr, a topographical surname for someone who lived near a patch of wet ground overgrown with brushwood. It comes from Old Norse kjarr meaning “brushwood” or “thicket, scrub”. Kier could also be the anglicized form of Irish ceàrr meaning “left; incorrect, wrong” or from Old Irish ciar meaning “black, dark”. Origin: Proto-Indo-European…

Yusra

Yusra is an Arabic female name meaning “wealth, ease, comfort”. It’s also related to a root word meaning “left”. Origin: Arabic   يسرى (Arabic)

Kyri

Kyri (pr. kee-ree or kye-ree) could be a variant spelling of Kyrie, which comes from the Greek phrase Kyrie eleison meaning “Lord, have mercy”, the vocative form of Kyrios meaning “lord” or “master”. It could also be another form of Kiri, a Maori female name meaning “peel”, “skin” or “bark, rind” referring to the “bark of a tree” as well as an Indonesian and…

Northa

Northa is a feminine form of North, one of the four cardinal points of the compass referring to an area or geography facing towards north. The word comes from Old English norð ultimately deriving from Proto-Indo-European *ner meaning “left, below” in reference to north being to the left of the rising sun. Northa also seems to be a surname…