Tamara

Tamara is the Slavic form of Tamar meaning “date palm; date fruit” which derives from a Proto-Semitic origin. Tamar is also the name of a river in England which forms a border between Devon and Cornwall though in this case the name seems to be derived from a Proto-Celtic source meaning “dark water”. Tamar is also the name of…

Bram

Bram is the shortened form of Abraham, is a Hebrew masculine name meaning “father of many” or “father of multitudes”, though it could also be a contraction of given name Abram meaning “high father” with hamon (many, multitude). Bram is also a surname derived from the given name, Origin: Hebrew Variants: Braam (Dutch, Limburgish)  

Philbert

Philbert is a French male name, a later spelling of Filibert meaning “much brightness” from Germanic elements filu (much) and beraht (bright). The spelling of the name seems to have been changed to resemble Greek philos (friend, lover) or to resemble Philippe, the French form of Philip meaning “lover of horses”. Philbert is also a French surname derived from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European…

Polexia

Polexia is not a name that has much information behind it. From what I could find, it seems to be the anglicized spelling of Poleksija (the name of a former Serbian princess who also had a sister named Kleopatra), the Serbian form of Polyxena, an Ancient Greek female name meaning “entertaining many guests” or essentially “very hospitable” from Ancient…