Arion

Arion is Latinized form of Ancient Greek Areion, the name of an immortal talking horse in Greek mythology, the son of Poseidon and Demeter, as well as also belonging to the name of a Greek poet in Ancient Greece who was also a musician credited with inventing the dithyramb, an Ancient Greek hymn that was sung and danced to…

Bevin

Bevin is an Irish female name, the anglicized form of Bébinn meaning “fair lady” though some sources also list it as meaning “melodious woman” made up of Irish bean (woman; wife) via Proto-Celtic *benā (woman) derived from a PIE source; and either fionn meaning “fair, white” or Old Irish binn (melodious, harmonious, sweet). Bébinn has also sometimes been used as an anglicized…

Daijirou

Daijirou is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: dai 大 “large, big” + ji 二 “two” + ro 郎 “son” (大二郎); dai 大 “large, big” + ji 二 “two” + ro 朗 “bright, clear; melodious; cheerful, merry” (大二朗); dai 大 “large, big” + ji 次 “next, order; sequence” + ro 郎 “son” (大次郎); dai 大 “large, big” + ji 治 “reign; govern; regulate” + ro 郎 “son” (大治郎); There are likely other meanings depending on the kanji used….

Melody

Melody refers to a pleasant-sounding succession or arrangement of sounds. It means “singing, chanting” which comes from Middle English melodie via Old French deriving from Latin melōdia, itself derived from Ancient Greek melōidíā (song, singing; chant; music) made up from Ancient Greek melos (song, tune, music) and ōidḗ, a contracted form of aoidḗ (song, ode; legend, tale, story), both of which derive from an unknown etymology….

Eumelia

Eumelia is an Ancient Greek female name meaning “melody” from Greek eumeleia (melody). Origin: Ancient Greek  

Meliodas

Meliodas is the name of Tristan’s father of Tristan and Isolde fame, though in some versions his father is Rivalen. There’s not a lot I could find about the name’s meaning, though it was used for the main character in a manga called The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai in Japanese) which seems to be…