Arabic, D names, Female, Hebrew, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Dar

Dar is a Hebrew unisex name meaning "nacre, mother-of-pearl", as well as also being a Hebrew surname originating from the given name. Dar دار  is also an Arabic word meaning "house", as well as a Russian word meaning "gift". It's also an Indian (Kashmiri) surname (also spelled Dhar) which may have originated as a title given to a village… Continue reading Dar

Female, Nickname names, P names, Sanskrit

Pegan

Pegan is a variant form of Pegeen, the anglicized form of Peigín, the Irish form of Peggy which itself is a short form of Margaret meaning "pearl", derived from a Sanskrit origin. Nicknames: Peg Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Pegeen (Irish, English) Peigín (Irish) Peigi (Scottish)  

Female, M names, Nickname names, Sanskrit, Virtues/Attributes

Meg

Meg is a medieval diminutive of Margaret, as well as a nickname for Megan, both of which derive from Ancient Greek margarítēs meaning “pearl” ultimately derived from Sanskrit manyari. Meg could also be used as a nickname for names beginning with Meg such as Megaera or Megawati. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Meggie (English)  

Date palm/date tree, Female, Food, Japanese, Proto-Semitic, T names, Virtues/Attributes

Tamara

Tamara is the Slavic form of Tamar meaning "date palm; date fruit" which derives from a Proto-Semitic origin. Tamar is also the name of a river in England which forms a border between Devon and Cornwall though in this case the name seems to be derived from a Proto-Celtic source meaning "dark water". Tamar is also the name of… Continue reading Tamara

Female, M names, Nature, Nickname names, Sanskrit, Virtues/Attributes

Meggie

Meggie is a diminutive form of Margaret or Megan, both of which derive from Ancient Greek margarítēs meaning “pearl” ultimately derived from Sanskrit manyari. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Meggy (English) Megan (Welsh, English) Meghan (English) Meaghan (English) Meagan (English) Maegan (English) Maeghan (English) Margaret (English) Marjorie (English) Marjory (English) Margery (English) Margarita (Spanish, Russian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Late Roman, Greek) Margarid (Armenian)… Continue reading Meggie

A names, Amharic, Animals, Arabic, Astronomy, Birds, Earth, Elements, Female, Hawaiian, Malayo-Polynesian, Male, Nature, Numbers, Proto-Indo-European, Stars/Constellation, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Alula

Alula is a name with quite a few origins and meanings to it: Alula (also known as a bastard wing) refers to a small joint in the middle of a bird's wing, which has three to five small wing feathers (depending on the species) and helps the birds navigate through the air. It means '"winglet", since… Continue reading Alula

Female, G names, Nature, Nickname names, Sanskrit, Virtues/Attributes

Gretchen

Gretchen originated as a German diminutive of Margareta, the German and Nordic form of Margaret meaning "pearl" which comes from Ancient Greek margarítēs (pearl) which either derives from Sanskrit manyari or perhaps from an Iranian source. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Greta (German, Italian, Lithuanian, Swedish, English) Grete (German, Danish, Norwegian) Meta (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish) Gretel (German) Gretta (English)    

Female, M names, Nature, Sanskrit

Margaret

Margaret is an English female name which comes from Ancient Greek margarítēs meaning “pearl”, which either derives from Sanskrit manyari. Nicknames: Marge, Margie/Margy, Maggie, Midge, Madge, Mame, Mamie, May, Peg, Megan, Peggy/Peggie, Molly Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Marjorie (English) Marjory (English) Margery (English) Margarita (Spanish, Russian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Late Roman, Greek) Margarid (Armenian) Margarit (Armenian) Margarida (Catalan, Portuguese, Galician,… Continue reading Margaret