C names, Cushitic, Female, Kin/Family, Virtues/Attributes

Candace

Candace is a female given name derived from kandake from a title used for the ancient queen rulers of Ethiopia . It derives from Cushitic kdke meaning "queen" or "queen mother". Origin: Cushitic Variants: Kandake (Biblical) Candice (English) Candis (English) Candyce (English) Kandyse (English) Kandace (English) Kandice (English)  

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Ancient Greek, Earth, Elements, Female, G names, Kin/Family, Virtues/Attributes

Georgelle

Georgelle is an English female name, the feminine form of George, the English form of Greek Georgios, which means “farmer, earthworker” from georgos made up from Greek elements ge (earth) and ergon (work). Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Georgette (French, English) Georgia (English, Greek) Georgiana (English, Romanian) Georgina (English, Dutch, German, Spanish) Georgeanna (English) Georgine (English) Georgene (English) Georgine (French) Jorja (English) Gergana (Bulgarian) Đurađa (Serbian,… Continue reading Georgelle

Ancient Greek, D names, Earth, Elements, Greek, Greek mythology, Kin/Family, Male, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Virtues/Attributes

Dmitri

Dmitri is the Russian form of Demetrios, a Greek male name meaning "belonging to Demeter", Demeter being the name of the Greek goddess of agriculture. Though the etymology behind the name is uncertain, the second element of the name is from Greek meter meaning “mother”. The first part of the name is a little tricky. It could be… Continue reading Dmitri

A names, Basque, Elements, Female, Japanese, Kin/Family, Nature, Night/Evening, Place names, Sky/Heavens, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Amaya

Amaya is a Basque and Spanish female name, a variant spelling of Amaia meaning "the end" in Basque, as well as a surname derived from a place name. Amaia is also a Greek name, used as an epithet for the goddess Demeter possibly meaning "without a midwife" or "not yet delivered" from prefix a- (without) and maia (mother, nurse, midwife, lady). Amaya may… Continue reading Amaya

Ancient Greek, Female, Greek, Kin/Family, M names, Virtues/Attributes

Metrodora

Metrodora is an Ancient Greek name meaning "mother's gift" or "gift of the mother" from Greek elements meter (mother) and doron (gift). It's the name of a 4th century martyr who, along with her sisters Menodora and Nymphadora, were tortured and killed for refusing to renounce their religion. It's also the name of a Greek female physician in the… Continue reading Metrodora

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

D names, Earth, Elements, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Demeter

Demeter is the goddess of agriculture who presides over all growing things, particularly crops, the mother of Persephone, and the sister of Zeus. Though the etymology behind the name is uncertain, the second element of the name is from Greek meter meaning "mother". The first part of the name is a little tricky. It could be linked… Continue reading Demeter