Taguhi

Taguhi is an Armenian female name meaning “queen”.

Origin: Armenian

Variants:

  • Takouhi (Armenian)

 

Թագուհի (Armenian)

 

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Rayne

Rayne seems to be a variant spelling of Rain on the surface which comes from Old English regn (rain) which might possibly come from Proto-Indo-European *hreg- meaning “moist, wet”. It could also be derived from Germanic element ragin meaning “counsel” and used as a short form of names beginning with the element such as Raymond or Rainer (meaning “advice army”). Rayne could also be a medieval female name derived from Old French reine meaning “queen” from Latin regina; it could also be derived from Old French raine meaning “frog”, derived from Latin rana, as well as also coming from a Scottish place name in Aberdeenshire meaning “strip of land”. Rayne is also a surname.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Germanic, Latin, Gaelic

Variants:

  • Raine (English, Germanic)
  • Rain (English)
  • Reine (French) f
  • Rayna
  • Reina

 

Malika

Malika is an Arabic female name meaning “queen”, the feminine form of Malik (king).

Origin: Arabic

Variants:

  • Maleeka (English)
  • Melike (Turkish)

 

Male forms:

  • Malik (Arabic)
  • Malek (Arabic)
  • Melik (Turkish)

 

مالك (Arabic) Malik

 

Hikaru

Hikaru is a Japanese unisex name meaning “light” with the kanji or “brightness” with the kanji. Because it’s a unisex name, some kanji characters are used specifically for females while others are used for males only. Some kanji characters used for females are: 光佳留 “light + beautiful, good, excellent + to stay, to keep, to remain, to study abroad”; 光流 “light + to flow, current, flow, stream; to drift, to wander”; 光海 “light + sea, ocean”; 光留 “light + to stay, to keep, to remain, to study abroad”; 妃夏瑠 “a ruler’s wife, queen, empress + summer + precious stone, gem, lapis lazuli”; 妃華瑠 “a rulers wife, queen, empress + flower, splendor + precious stone, gem, lapis lazuli”; 妃香瑠 “a ruler’s wife, queen, empress + fragrance, fragrant + precious stone, gem, lapis lazuli”; while some kanji used for men are: 光琉 “light + precious stone, gem, lapis lazuli”; 太陽 “sun”; “clear”; and 流星 “to flow, current, flow, stream; to drift, to wander + star”; 弘明 “to spread, enlarge, expand, great + clear, tomorrow, bright”; and many more depending on the kanji.

Origin: Japanese

Quinton

Quinton has two possible origins and meanings. The first is that it’s a variant spelling of Quentin, which is the French form of Roman name Quintinus derived from Quintus meaning “fifth” in Latin, used for a fifth child or a child born in the fifth month of the year.

Quinton is also an English surname meaning “Queen’s town” from Old English elements cwen (queen, woman) and tun (enclosure, settlement, town).

Origin: Latin, Old English

Variants:

  • Quentin (French, English)
  • Quinten (English, Dutch)
  • Quintin (English)
  • Quintinus (Ancient Roman)
  • Quintus (Ancient Roman)
  • Quintillus (Ancient Roman)
  • Quintilian (Ancient Roman)
  • Quintilianus (Ancient Roman)

 

Female forms:

  • Quintina (Ancient Roman)
  • Quinta (Ancient Roman)
  • Quintilla (Ancient Roman)