G names, Male, Mythology, Norse, Norse mythology, Old Norse, Virtues/Attributes

Gondlir

Gondlir is the anglicized form of Göndlir, one of the many epithets of the Norse god Odin. It means "wand-wielder" or "wand-bearer" derived from Old Norse gandr (magic staff). Origin: Old Norse Variants: Göndlir (Old Norse)  

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Arabic, Earth, Elements, Female, Nature, R names

Ramla

Ramla is an Arabic female name meaning "sand". In Swahili, the phrase piga ramli means "to tell the future", ramli meaning "divination, fortune-telling" in Swahili which is derived from Arabic raml (sand). Origin: Arabic Variants: Ramlah (Arabic)   رَمْلَة (Arabic)  

Arthurian legends & myths, Celtic, Color, Female, G names, Virtues/Attributes, White

Guinevere

Guinevere is the wife of King Arthur who was in love with Lancelot and whose affair led to her husband's downfall. Guinevere is the Norman French form of Gwenhwyfar, made up of Proto-Celtic *windos (fair, white, blessed) and sebara (specter, phantom, demon, spirit, magical being), so the name essentially means "fair phantom", "white phantom" or "white magical being". Nicknames:… Continue reading Guinevere

Coptic, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, K names, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes

Kaitlin

Kaitlin is a variant spelling of Caitlin, itself the Anglicized form of Caitlín the Irish form of Katherine which comes from Greek Aikaterine though the etymology behind the name is not certain. It could be derived from another Greek name, Hekaterine from hekateros meaning “each of the two” or from Hecate, the name of the Greek goddess of witchcraft, the underworld, and crossroads, from hekas possibly meaning “far… Continue reading Kaitlin

Ancient Egyptian, Astronomy, Earth, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Hebrew, Hindu mythology, Japanese, Latin, M names, Male, Maori, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nature, Night/Evening, Numbers, Nymphs, Roman mythology, Sanskrit, Stars/Constellation, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Maya, Maia

Maya is the name of the Mayan civilization and its people, a Mesoamerican civilization that stretched out in southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemela, El Salvador, and Honduras, though it's of unknown meaning.  Maya is also an Indian girl's name meaning "illusion" or "magic" in Sanskrit, featuring as a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism. In Hindu mythology,… Continue reading Maya, Maia

C names, Coptic, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Latin, Male, Mythology, Nickname names, Numbers, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Cato

Cato is an Ancient Roman cognomen meaning "wise" in Latin. Cato is also a Dutch diminutive of Catharina, the Dutch and Swedish form of Katherine. Katherine comes from Greek name Aikaterine though the etymology behind the name is not certain. It could be derived from another Greek name, Hekaterine from hekateros meaning "each of the two" or from Hecate, the name… Continue reading Cato

Celtic, Color, Female, J names, Physical Attributes, Welsh, White

Jennifer

Jennifer is the Cornish form of Welsh name Gwenhwyfar (from which the name Guinevere comes from) meaning "fair phantom" or "white phantom" or "white specter" from Celtic elements gwen (white, fair, blessed) and sebara (phantom, demon, spirit, specter, magical being). Nicknames include: Jen, Jenny/Jennie and Jenna Origin: Welsh Variants: Jenifer (English, Cornish) Yenifer (Spanish) Jenna (English) Gwenifer (Cornish) Guinevere (Norman French)… Continue reading Jennifer