Kai

Kai is a name with various origins and meanings: it's a Hawaiian unisex name meaning "sea"; it's also a Japanese name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: (海) "sea, ocean"; (貝) "shellfish"; (快) "cheerful, pleasant, agreeable, comfortable"; (戒) "commandment", and other various meanings; as well as also being a compound of … Continue reading Kai

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Tyrus

Tyrus has several possible meanings and origins such as being the Latin name of Greek Tyros, the name of an ancient Phoenician port city now known as Tyre, Lebanon (or Sur/Sour in Arabic). It was supposedly the birth place of Europa, who was the mother of King Minos of Crete who was abducted by the Greek … Continue reading Tyrus

Terry

Terry is an English unisex name originally used as a diminutive of Terence (which comes from Roman family name Terentius which is of uncertain meaning though it could be derived from Latin terens meaning "rubbing, wearing away" from Latin terere (to rub, to wear out) though it might also be related to Sabine terenus meaning "soft") or Theresa ( comes from Greek Therasia, the name of … Continue reading Terry

Dietrich

Dietrich is a Germanic male name meaning "ruler of the people" or "people ruler" from Germanic elements theud (people) and ric (power, ruler). It's also a surname originating from the given name. Origin: Ancient Germanic Variants: Diederich (German) Theodoric (Latinized form of Dietrich) Theodoricus (Ancient Germanic Latinized) Derek (English) Diederik (Dutch) Dederick (English) Derick (English) Derrick (English) Deryck (English) … Continue reading Dietrich

Colista

Colista is a female name that could be a variant spelling of Calista, the feminine form of Callistus, the Latin form of Greek Kallisto meaning "most beautiful" from kalos (beautiful). It could also be a combination of Colette (the short form of Nicolette, feminine form of Greek Nicholas meaning "victory of the people") and Calista. Colista is also a Spanish word, apparently referring to the bottom or … Continue reading Colista

Lydia

Lydia is a Greek female name derived from the name of an ancient kingdom in Asia Minor, used to refer to someone who came from there. It was apparently named after a king, Lydus or Ludos, whose name might mean "beautiful one" or "noble one". Another possible meaning is that it means "play" or "sport" though that seems … Continue reading Lydia

Leo

Origin: Latin, Germanic Meaning: Leo comes from Latin word leo meaning "lion". It's a constellation representing to the Ancient Greeks the Nemean lion killed by the Greek demigod and hero Herakles (Hercules) as one of his twelve labors. Leo is also one of the signs of the Zodiac, belonging to those born between July 22nd to August … Continue reading Leo