Shira

Shira is a Hebrew female name meaning “poetry” or “singing/song”. Shira is also a Jewish surname originating from the given name though it could also be an Americanized spelling of Shearer, an occupational name for someone who sheared sheep, or someone who used scissors to trim finished cloth or cut off any excessive fabric. The origin of…

Rani

Rani is a female given name, a Persian, Urdu, and Indian name meaning “queen” which comes from Sanskrit rā́jñī राज्ञी (queen, princess) via a Proto-Indo-Iranian source which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. I’ve also seen Rani listed as being a Hebrew unisex name, either originating as a nickname for Ran, a Hebrew male name meaning “to sing”;…

Yaron

Yaron is a Hebrew male name meaning “to shout, to sing” as well as also meaning “full of joy” or “will be full of joy”. Yaron is also a Hebrew surname derived from the given name. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Jaron (Hebrew, English)   Female forms: Yarona (Hebrew)