Male, Proto-Indo-European, S names


Scipio is a Roman cognomen which comes from Latin meaning "staff, walking stick" derived from PIE root word *skabh- (scratch; cut). The most famous bearer of the name is Scipio Africanus, a Roman general and consul regarded to be one of the greatest military minds in the ancient world alongside Hannibal, Alexander the Great, and Julius Caesar. He defeated Hannibal during the… Continue reading Scipio

G names, Male, Mythology, Norse, Norse mythology, Old Norse, Virtues/Attributes


Gondlir is the anglicized form of Göndlir, one of the many epithets of the Norse god Odin. It means "wand-wielder" or "wand-bearer" derived from Old Norse gandr (magic staff). Origin: Old Norse Variants: Göndlir (Old Norse)  

B names, Berry, Female, Food, Latin, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names


Bailey is a unisex given name which comes from an English surname with several possible meanings: it's an occupational surname meaning "bailiff", referring to someone who was an officer of the court, similar to a sheriff or a sheriff's deputy in charge with keeping order; it derives from Latin bāiulus (carrier, porter; manager, steward); it also… Continue reading Bailey

Earth, Female, Latin, Male, Nature, Surname names, T names, Unisex


Taylor comes from an English surname from Old French tailleor from Latin taliere meaning "to cut, to split" from Latin talea (slender stick, rod, staff; twig). It was originally an occupational surname referring to someone who worked as a tailor. Origin: Latin Variants: Tayler (unisex) Tayla (female)