Emera

Emera could be a variant spelling of Emira, the Bosnian form of Amira, the feminine form of Amir meaning "commander, prince". Emera is also an Italian female name, likely the Italian form of Hemera, the name of the Greek goddess of the day which is why her name, fittingly, means "day". Origin: Arabic, Ancient Greek   Variants: Emira (Bosnian) Amira (Arabic) … Continue reading Emera

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Seraiah

Seraiah is a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh is ruler" or "Soldier/Prince of the Lord" and is the name of several figures in the Bible. Although a legitimate male name, it does have potential as a female name as well. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Seriah Serayah (English)  

Zebulon

Zebulon is a name of uncertain etymology though it's been linked to Ugartic zbl meaning "prince", linked to the same root word as Jezebel meaning "where is the prince?" or "not exalted". Zebulon may originally have been used as an epithet for the god Ba'al. Other theories of the name link to Hebrew zabal meaning "to exalt, to honor"; zeved "gift, dowry"; or … Continue reading Zebulon

Brandon

Brandon is from an English surname derived from a place name meaning "hill covered with broom" from Old English brom (broom, gorse) and dun (hill), likely referring to someone who lived near a place covered with gorse or broom shrubs. However, Brandon could also be derived from Old French brandon from Frankish *brand meaning "firebrand, torch, sword" which ultimately comes from Proto-Germanic *brandaz, a … Continue reading Brandon