Rino

Rino could be a short form of names ending with rino such as Severino, the Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese form of Severinus, an Ancient Roman name meaning "stern" in Latin. Rino is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "jasmine + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly" (莉乃); "carp + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly" … Continue reading Rino

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Ophelia

Ophelia was first coined in 1504 by Italian poet Jacobo Sannazaro for his poem Arcadia though it's famously connected to William Shakespeare's character in Hamlet although whether Shakespeare was inspired by Sannazaro or came up with it himself independently isn't clear. The name was inspired from Greek ōphéleia (ὠφέλειᾰ) meaning "help, aid, succor" though it could also be related to Greek óphelos … Continue reading Ophelia

Rie

Rie (pr. ree-eh in Japanese; Forvo) is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used. Some possible meanings are: 理恵 "logic, reason + favor, blessing, grace, kindness"; 利恵 "profit, advantage, benefit + favor, blessing, grace, kindness"; 梨絵 "pear tree + picture, painting, drawing, sketch"; 理江 "logic, reason + inlet, bay, creek"; 理絵 "logic, reason +picture, painting, drawing, sketch"; 里枝 "village, hometown + … Continue reading Rie