Tenacity

Tenacity refers to something or someone who is persistant, stubborn, and relentless in pursuit of something in spite of any obstacles in the way. It comes from Middle French ténacité from Latin tenācitās (tenacity) from tenax (tenacious; clinging) derived from PIE root word *ten- (to stretch, to extend). Nicknames: Ten Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

Kenta

Kenta is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: “healthy; health; strength; persistence + plump; thick; big around” (健太); “build + plump; thick; big around” (建太); Written in hiragana it’s けんた. Nicknames: Ken Origin: Japanese    

Kenya

Kenya is the name of a country in Africa named after Mount Kenya. The origin of the name itself is not clear- it could be a corruption of the Kikuyu, Embu, and Kamba words Kirinyaga, Kirenyaa and Kiinyaa which mean “God’s resting place” in all three languages. The mountain represents an important aspect within their cultures, believing…