Rama

Rama is an Indian male name, the name of a reincarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. He features in an ancient Indian epic poem, the Ramayana, in which his wife Sita is abducted by the demon king Ravana though he rescues her. The name has two possible meanings: it means "dark, dark-colored, black" and it also means "pleasing, charming, … Continue reading Rama

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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

Naomi

Naomi (pr. nay-o-mee or nie-o-mee in English; pr. na-o-mee in Japanese)  is a female given name with two separate origins. The first is that it derives from Hebrew meaning "pleasantness". It's also a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "straight; honest +beauty; beautiful" (直美); feminine "esteem + beauty; beautiful" (尚美); feminine "straight; honest … Continue reading Naomi

Tearsa

Tearsa is a very unusual and rare name I can't find much information on. It could be derived from a surname (also spelled Tearse and Tearce) but I couldn't find much background about it either. It's possible that Tearsa is a variant spelling of Tirzah, from a Hebrew female name meaning "favorable" or "pleasantness" which makes … Continue reading Tearsa