Baoyuan

Baoyuan is a Chinese unisex name made up of bao: bao 宝 “treasure, jewel, precious, rare”; bao 褒 “praise, honor; to commend”; bao 苞 “bud; flower calyx; luxuriant; profuse” bao 保 “to ensure, to protect, to keep” yuan: 元 “first, primary; head, chief; Yuan dynasty; dollar” 玉 yu “jade; precious stone” + an 安 “calm, peaceful, content; tranquil, quiet”; 愉 yu “happy, pleased, delightful” + an 安 “calm,…

Hiroyuki

Hiroyuki is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: “doctor, PhD; exposition, fair; command, esteem; win acclaim + of; this” (博之); “doctor, PhD; exposition, fair; command, esteem; win acclaim + going; journey” (博行); “doctor; PhD; exposition, fair; command, esteem; win acclaim + happiness; blessing; fortune” (博幸); “abundant; rich;…

Rukiya

Rukiya is an interesting name with two sources: the first is that it’s a variant spelling of Ruqayya, an Arabic female name which means “rise, ascent” or “spell, charm, incantation”. Rukiya is also a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: “detain; fasten + hope; beg, request; rare; Greece +…

Myfanwy

Myfanwy is a Welsh female name meaning “my woman” made up from my (my) and banw (woman), though I’ve also seen the second element as possibly being from derived from Welsh annwyl meaning “dear, beloved”, so the name may also mean “my beloved”, or from Old Welsh manwy meaning “fine, delicate, rare”. The name is pronounced ma-van-wee or muhv-an-wee (Forvo). In Welsh, the f is pronounced like…

Ender

Ender is a Turkish male name meaning “rare, unusual, exceptional”. It’s also a surname, likely derived from the given name. Origin: Turkish