Female, G names, Gaulish, Kin/Family, Male, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Germaine

Germaine is a French female name, the feminine form of Germain, the French form of Germanus, an Ancient Roman cognomen given to those who were from Germany or who came from one of the various Germanic tribes at the time. The origin of the name is uncertain; it may be derived from a Celtic or Gaulish word,… Continue reading Germaine

Animals, Birds, Crow, Earth, Elements, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, R names, Raven, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Rocco

Rocco is an Italian male name which comes from an Ancient Germanic element of uncertain meaning though I've seen several possible meanings for it: Proto-Germanic *hrōkaz (rook, crow), hrok (rest), rohon (to roar, shout). It's also possible that Rocco is a variant form of Rocca, a locational name for someone who came from a place called Rocca, meaning "fortress, stronghold;… Continue reading Rocco

E names, Greek mythology, Male, Mythology, Place names, Proto-Indo-European, Sound, Virtues/Attributes

Eryx

Eryx is the name of a mythological figure in Greek mythology, the king of an ancient city eponymously named after him (or he after it). He was the son of the goddess Aphrodite and either Poseidon or Butes, one of the Argonauts who was saved by Aphrodite from the Sirens. Eryx was supposed to be an excellent boxer though he… Continue reading Eryx

Irish, Male, N names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Nolan

Nolan comes from an Irish surname, the anglicized form of Ó'Nualláin meaning "descendant of Nuallán", the latter meaning either "famous, noble" or "howling" or "shout", from Irish nuall with the diminutive suffix -an. Origin: Irish Variants: Nolen (English) Noland (English, Irish) Nolin (English) Nowlan (English, Irish) Nowland (English)   Female forms: Nola (Irish, English)  

Elements, English, Female, G names, Hebrew, Male, Nickname names, Norman French, Old English, Proto-Indo-European, Sound, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names

Gale

Gale refers to a very strong wind derived from gaile meaning "wind" of uncertain origin though perhaps related to Old Norse gol (breeze) or Old Danish gal meaning "bad, furious" in reference to the wind, derived from Old Norse gala meaning "to shout, charm away" or from Old English galan meaning "to sing, enchant, call" which ultimately derives form Proto-Indo-European gʰel- (to call, chant, shout). Gale is also… Continue reading Gale

English, French, Hebrew, Irish, J names, Male, Nature, Sound, Virtues/Attributes

Jerrin

Jerrin seems to be an invented name, either a creative spin on Jeremiah, a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh has uplifted" or "Yahweh will raise", or it could be a combination of names Jeremiah and Darren (either an anglicized form of Irish Dara meaning "oak tree" or a variant of Darrell, from French surname D'Airelle meaning "of Airelle"), or Jared (from Hebrew meaning "descent") and Darren. It's just… Continue reading Jerrin