Haven

Haven comes from an English word referring to a harbor or port, or any place that is used as a refuge or shelter. Basically it connotes a sense of safety and shelter. The word comes from Old English hæfen meaning “inlet; harbor, port” derived from Proto-Germanic *habnō (harbor; haven) related to Proto-Germanic *habą meaning “sea” from Proto-Indo-European *keh₂p- (to seize; to grab)….

Ara

Ara is the Latin word for “altar” as well as the name of a constellation in the southern hemisphere. According to Greek mythology, it received its name when the Greek gods overthrew the Titans and the smoke from the altar was what the Milky Way represented. Other possible meanings in Latin are “refuge” and “protection,…