Female, Food, Japanese, N names, Nature, Numbers, Vegetables, Virtues/Attributes

Nanaho

Nanaho is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: nana 七 "seven" + ho 帆 "sail" (七帆); na 菜 "vegetable; side dish; green" + na 々 (repetition of a kanji) + ho 帆 "sail" (菜々帆); nana 七 "seven" + ho 保 "protect; guarantee; keep; preserve; sustain; support" (七保); na 南 "south" + na 々 (reputation of a kanji) + ho 朋 "friend; companion" (南々朋); na 菜 "vegetable; side dish; green" + na 奈 "Nara; what?" + ho 葉 "leaf; needle; blade" (菜奈葉). There… Continue reading Nanaho

Akkadian, Female, Hebrew, Mythology, Near East mythology, S names, Surname names

Sarra

Sarra is the Biblical Greek and Latin form of Sarah which comes from Hebrew meaning “lady, princess, noblewoman” via Hebrew root word sarar (to rule, to be princely) from sar (chief, ruler, prince, captain, chieftain, official) which seems to be a cognate of Akkadian šarru (king). Sarah seems to have been used as a title for royal women. Sarra is also an Italian surname, the… Continue reading Sarra