Ryker

Ryker comes from a Dutch surname which seems to be derived from Middle Dutch adjective rike (rich; powerful, mighty); rike is also a noun meaning "realm; dominion" but they both derive from Proto-Germanic *rīks (king, ruler) via a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Riker (German, English) Ryken (Dutch)    

Kenric

Kenric is a variant spelling of Kendrick, a surname with various possible sources and meanings: as an English surname it comes from Old English given name Cyneric or Cenric meaning "bold power" or "royal power" made up from Old English elements cyne (royals kingly) and ric (ruler, power, king); as a Welsh surname it derives from Welsh Cynwrig meaning "chief hero" or …

Tilda

Tilda is an English female given name which originated as a nickname for Matilda meaning "strength in battle" or "might in battle" from Germanic elements maht (might, strength) and hild (battle). Tilda could also be used as a nickname for Clotilda which also comes from another Germanic name, Chlotichilda, meaning “famous battle” or “battle fame” made up from Germanic elements hlud (fame) and hild (battle). …

Brio

Brio is the name of a musical term, con brio (with vigor),  brio meaning "vigor, vivacity, liveliness". The word comes from Spanish brío (vigor, mettle, zeal, verve) via Old Occitan briu (wild, vigor) from Proto-Celtic *brigos (might, power, strength) derived from a PIE root word. It's also possible that brio originated as a shortened form of ebrius, a Latin word meaning "drunk, intoxicated". Origin: …

Macon

Macon is an anglicized spelling of Maçon, a French surname meaning "mason", likely an occupational name for a stonemason. It may also be derived from a habitational name, from the French city of Mâcon, which may be an oblique form of Germanic personal name Mako, via Mago, a short form of a compound name from Old High German maht meaning "strength, …

Amandla

Amandla comes from a Xhosa and Zulu word meaning "power, strength" and is used as a female name. Origin: African  

Aubryn

Aubryn is an English unisex name, possibly a variant of Aubrey, the Norman French form of Germanic Alberich meaning “elf power” made up from Germanic elements alf (elf) and ric (power). In Germanic mythology, Alberichi s a dwarf and appears in the Nibelungenlied, an epic poem in which he guards the treasure of Nibelung. it's also possible that Aubryn is a combination of …

Tyrell

Tyrell comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Terrell which itself is either derived from Norman French tirel  or tirer meaning "to pull, to drag", a nickname referring to a stubborn person. It may also be derived from Thorold, an English form of Old Norse Thorvaldr meaning "Thor's power" or "Thor's might", Thor being the Norse god of thunder. Origin: Proto-Indo-European …

Isamu

Isamu is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: isamu 勇 "courage"; isamu 勲 "merit; distinguished service"; isamu 敢 "daring; brave; bold; sad; tragic; pitiful"; isamu 武 "warrior; military; chivalry; arms"; isamu 力 "power; strength; force" Origin: Japanese There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it's いさむ.    

Lee

Lee comes from an English surname, a locational name which comes from Old English lēah meaning "clearing; woodland". Lee is also a variant transcription of Li, a Chinese unisex name with various meanings depending on the characters used such as: 理 "reason, logic"; 立 "stand, establish"; 黎 "black, dark"; 力 "force, power, capability, strength"; *usually masculine; 丽 "beautiful, pretty". Of course there …

Zoltán

Zoltán is a Hungarian male name which seems to be derived from the Turkish title sultan, a title of authority. It means "power, might; authority, rule" which seems to have derived from an Aramaic source. Origin: Aramaic   Variants: Zoltan (English) Zsolt (Hungarian)  

Zenobia

Zenobia is an Ancient Greek female name meaning "life of Zeus" or "Zeus is life", made up of Zeno which derives from Zeus which derives from a PIE *dyḗws (sky, heaven; sky god) via root word *dyew- (to be bright; sky, heaven); and bios (life) though it's possible that it could be related to bia meaning "strength, force, power; act of violence", so …