Female, Literature, Male, P names, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Page

Page comes from a surname meaning “servant, page”, an occupational name for a young servant or attendant of a knight. It comes from Latin pagius (servant) via Ancient Greek paidíon (little child, young child) made up from paîs (child) with the diminutive suffix -ion. Page is also an English word referring to a sheet of paper. The origin of this word… Continue reading Page

Hebrew, M names, Male, Proto-Celtic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Malone

Malone comes from an Irish surname, an anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Maoil Eoin meaning "descendant of the devotee of St. John", referring to someone who was a disciple of Saint John (Eoin being the Gaelic form of John). Origin: Proto-Celtic, Hebrew  

B names, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Male, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Baron

Baron is the name of a title in English nobility, which is of low rank. It comes from Late Latin barō meaning "man, servant; baron" via Frankis *barō (servant; man, warrior) which may be derived from PIE root word *bʰer- (to bear, carry). It's also possible that Baron may be related to Old English beorn (man, warrior) but that's just a possibility.… Continue reading Baron

Animals, Babylonian mythology, Calf, M names, Male, Mythology, Near East mythology, Sumerian, Sumerian mythology, Sun, Virtues/Attributes

Mordecai

Mordecai seems to be a variant form of Marduka, a Persian name meaning "servant of Marduk", Marduk being the name of the Babylonian god of heaven, light, battle, and fertility. The name may be derived from Sumerian amar-Utak meaning "calf of Utu", Utu being the name of another Sumerian god of the sun, whose name means "sun". Mordecai is… Continue reading Mordecai

Animals, Birds, Dove, Female, Food, Greenlandic, Hebrew, Inuit mythology, M names, Mythology, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Indo-European, Raspberry, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Malina

Malina is a Slavic female name derived from the word meaning "raspberry", though it can also be used as a diminutive form of Malcolmina, the Scottish feminine form of Malcolm, the anglicized form of Scottish Máel Coluim meaning “servant of St. Columba”, referring to someone who followed Irish abbot and missionary St. Columba who spread Christianity into Scotland. Máel means “servant, devout… Continue reading Malina

Animals, Birds, E names, Elves, Male, Mythological creatures, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Swan, Virtues/Attributes

Eldon

Eldon comes from an English surname derived from a place name meaning "Ella's hill" composed from given name Ella (the Norman form of Alia which comes from Germanic element alja meaning "other, another, foreign") and dun meaning "hill". I've also seen other meaning listed for it, coming from Old English ælf (elf) or elfitu (swan) and denu (valley) meaning "elf valley" or… Continue reading Eldon

Animals, Arabic, Camel, Color, Deer/Roe, Elements, Female, Greek mythology, H names, Mythology, Physical Attributes, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Indo-Iranian, Red/Crimson, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Hind

Hind (pr. hend; Forvo) is an Arabic female name which means "group of camels", referring to a number that is more than one or two hundred. Hind is also the Arabic name for India which comes from Sanskrit Sindhu meaning “river, stream; flood, waters; sea, ocean” via Proto-Indo-Iranian *síndʰuš (river, stream). Hind (pr. haynd; Forvo) is also an English word- as a noun it… Continue reading Hind

A names, Arabic, Male, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Abdul-rahman

Abdul-rahman is an Arabic male name meaning "servant of the merciful", made up from abdul (servant of the) and rahman (merciful, compassionate). Abdul-rahman is also a surname originating from the given name. Rahman can also be used as a given name on its own. Nicknames: Rahman Origin: Arabic Variants: Abdulrahman (Arabic) Abdul-Rahman (Arabic) Abd al-Rahman (Arabic) Abd Ar-Rahman… Continue reading Abdul-rahman

Etruscan, Female, Gaulish, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Seasons, Surname names, V names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Verna

Verna is the feminine form of Vernon, derived from a Norman surname and place name meaning "alder" from Gaulish word vern referring to someone who lived near a grove of alders. Verna has also been associated with the Latin word vernus meaning "spring", as well as also being a Latin word meaning "house servant, family slave", either… Continue reading Verna

Female, P names, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Paige

Paige comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Page meaning "servant, page" via Old French page possibly via Italian paggio (page; pageboy) from Latin pagius (servant) which derives from Ancient Greek paidíon (little child, young child) made up from paîs (child) with the diminutive suffix -ion. Though Paige is overwhelmingly used as a female name, it has occasionally been used… Continue reading Paige