Magali

Magali is an Occitan and French female name, the Occitan form of Magdalene, a female given name which was originally a title meaning “of Magdala” in reference to someone who came from the town or village of Magdala, originally located at the Sea of Galilee. Magdala comes from Hebrew migdal meaning “tower”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Magalie (French)    

Saber

Saber refers to a type of backsword with a curved blade. The word comes from French sabre (single-edged sword) via German Säbel via Hungarian szablya (saber) via szab (to cut), which itself derives from an uncertain source. It could be derived from a Turkic origin or a Tungusic one. Saber is also a Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Galician, and Occitan …

Ela

Ela is a female given name with several possible etymologies: Ela is a Turkish female name which comes from the word meaning "hazel" as in the color; Ela is also a Polish diminutive of Elżbieta, the Polish form of Elizabeth which comes from Hebrew meaning "my God is an oath" or "my God is abundance"; it's also possible that …

Anna

Anna is the Latinate form of Hebrew Channah meaning "favor" or "grace". Anna (also spelled Ana) is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: a 亜 "Asia; rank next; come after" + na 奈 "Nara; what?" (亜奈); an 安 "calm, peaceful; safe, secure" + na 南  "south" (安南); an 杏 "apricot" + 奈 "Nara; what?" (杏奈); an 安 "calm, peaceful; …

Astor

Astor comes from a French surname meaning "hawk, goshawk" which comes from Occitan astur via Latin accipiter (hawk, merlin) derived from a PIE root. It sounds similar to Aster, the name of a flower meaning "star" in Greek but the two are not related in any way. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Astore (Italian)  

Theron

Theron is an Ancient Greek male name derived from Greek therao meaning "to hunt", essentially meaning "hunter". It comes from Greek ther (θήρ) "wild beast, beast of prey, especially a lion" deriving from PIE root word *ǵʰwer- (wild; wild animal). Potnia Theron is an Ancient Greek title meaning "Mistress of the Wild Animals", an epithet used for the Greek goddess of …

Pan

Pan is the name of a Greek god of the wild, nature, shepherds, and flocks, depicted as a man with the horns, legs, and tail of a goat, and who often played the pan-pipes. His name is somewhat tricky to pin down- it may be related to Greek pan meaning "all"; it could mean "shepherd" or it …