Xerxes

Xerxes (pr. zurk-seez) is the Greek form of Persian Khshayarsha meaning "ruler over heroes" or "ruler among kings" or even "hero among heroes". Origin: Old Persian Variants: Khshayarsha (Ancient Persian)  

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Dominic

Dominic is the English form of Late Latin Dominicus meaning "of the Lord" from Latin dominus meaning "master, lord, ruler" derived from Proto-Indo-European *demh₂- (to tame, domesticate). It was traditionally given to a child born on a Sunday. Dominic is also a surname derived from the given name, Nicknames: Dom, Nic, Nicky/Nickie Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Domenic (English) Dominick (English) Dominicus (Late Latin, … Continue reading Dominic

Makana

Makana is a Hawaiian unisex name meaning "gift". It's also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used such as: "ten thousand; myriad + grant, answer" (万叶) "truth, reality; Buddhist sect + grant, answer" (眞叶) "truth, reality; Buddhist sect + love; affection, favorite" (真愛) "dance; flit; circle; wheel + … Continue reading Makana

Seraiah

Seraiah is a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh is ruler" or "Soldier/Prince of the Lord" and is the name of several figures in the Bible. Although a legitimate male name, it does have potential as a female name as well. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Seriah Serayah (English)  

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 … Continue reading Kyri

King

King comes from Old English cyning meaning "king, ruler", which is derived from Proto-Germanic *kuninggaz, coming from "kin, family, clan", originally used in reference to someone who was a leader of the people or perhaps someone born of noble birth. It's used as a royal title referring to a male monarch, though in the modern world it's used … Continue reading King

Frey

Frey is a variant of Freyr, the name of the Norse god of fertility and the weather, and the twin brother of Freya, as well as the husband of Gerd, a frost giantess, for whom he gave up a magical sword just to be with her though, without it, he will be killed during Ragnorak. His name comes from … Continue reading Frey

Ganesh

Ganesh is a variant form of Ganesha, an Indian male name meaning "lord of the hordes" composed from Sanskrit gana (horde, multitude) and isha (lord, ruler). In Hindu mythology, Ganesh is the name of the Hindu god of good fortune, wisdom, and of gates and beginnings. He is depicted as having the head of an elephant and the body … Continue reading Ganesh