Female, Japanese, Kin/Family, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Sound, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Reijo

Reijo (pr. ray-yo; Forvo) is a Finnish male name, the Finnish form of Gregory, the English form of Latinized Greek form Gregorius deriving from Greek Gregorios meaning “watchful, vigilant, alert” from Greek gregoros ultimately derived from a PIE root word. Reijo (pr. ray-jo) is also a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used (the ones with stars… Continue reading Reijo

A names, Arabic, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Asha

Asha is an Indian female name meaning "hope, desire, wish" derived from Sanskrit आशा (āśā). Asha is also an African name, perhaps based on Arabic Aisha meaning "alive, living". In Zoroastrianism, Asha is a concept of truth and order meaning "truth". Origin: Sanskrit, Arabic, Proto-Indo-European Variants: Eshe (Eastern African, Swahili)  

A names, Akkadian, Akkadian mythology, Animals, Arabic, Birds, Buzzard, Female, Hebrew, Japanese, Moon, Near East mythology, Night/Evening, Place names, Proto-Turkic, Quechua, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Aya

Aya is a female given name which has several possible origins. The first is that it's an Arabic name, a variant transcription of Ayah meaning "sign, token" and "verse" (such as the verses in the Quran), which derives from a Proto-Semitic root. Aya is also a Hebrew female name meaning "honey buzzard" though I've seen some sources… Continue reading Aya

C names, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Cosima

Cosima is the Italian feminine form of Cosimo, the Italian form of Latin Cosmas which comes from Ancient Greek kosmas meaning “order; lawful order, government; world, universe” deriving from a PIE source. It also has a secondary meaning of “to order, to arrange; ornaments, decorations (of a woman’s dress)” from which the word cosmetic comes from. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Female forms: Cosmina (Romanian)… Continue reading Cosima

C names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Cosmo

Cosmo is a variant form of Cosimo, the Italian form of Latin Cosmas which comes from Ancient Greek kosmas meaning "order; lawful order, government; world, universe" deriving from a PIE source. It also has a secondary meaning of "to order, to arrange; ornaments, decorations (of a woman's dress)" from which the word cosmetic comes from. Cosmo is also an Italian surname originating… Continue reading Cosmo