Kenna

Kenna is a Scottish female name, the feminine form of Kenneth, itself the anglicized form of two Gaelic names: Coinneach which derives from Gaelic caoin meaning “handsome, fair, beautiful, kind”; and Cináed meaning “born of fire”. Kenneth is also a surname derived from the given name. Kenna is also a Scottish and Irish surname deriving from the given name, as well … Continue reading Kenna

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Senna

Senna is the name of a genus of flowering plants. The etymology derives from Arabic senna (سنا) which may be derived from ṣanʿā meaning "splendor, radiance, brilliance". Senna is also a surname with various possible meanings and origins: it could be derived from a habitional name for someone who lived near a place where senna grew or perhaps derived … Continue reading Senna

Teigo

Teigo is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: "happiness; blessed; good fortune; auspicious + I; my; our; one's own" (禎吾); "determine; fix; establish; decide + enlightenment; perceive; discern; realize; understand" (定悟); Teigo is also a word meaning "emperor's name", a posthumous name given to Japanese … Continue reading Teigo

Karina

Karina is either a variant spelling of Carina, a Late Latin name derived from carus meaning "dear, beloved" though it may also be from Latin carina meaning "keel", referring to the keel of a ship and is also the name of a constellation. In Greek myth, Carina is the name of the keel of the ship Argo Navis, which is also the name of … Continue reading Karina

Kitty

Kitty is a nickname for 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 off” though another theory states it comes from a Greek … Continue reading Kitty

Jerome

Jerome is the English form of Hieronymus, a Greek male name meaning "sacred name" from Greek hieros (sacred) and onuma (name). Nicknames: Jerry Origin: Greek Variants: Hieronymos (Ancient Greek) Hieronymus (Ancient Greek, Dutch, German) Jeronim (Croatian, Albanian) Geronim (English) Gérôme (French) Jeroen (Dutch) Jérôme (French) Geronimo (English, Spanish) Gerónimo (Spanish) Jerónimo (Spanish, Portuguese) Jerônimo (Brazilian Portuguese) Ieronimus (Medieval Latin) … Continue reading Jerome