African, Akan, Ashanti, D names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Darko

Darko is a Slavic male name meaning "gift" from Proto-Slavic element *dȃrъ (gift). Darko is also an African surname derived from an Ashanti and Akan origin, though I couldn't find a meaning behind the surname. Origin: Proto-Indo-European, African Female forms: Darka (Slavic)  

D names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Dejan

Dejan (pr. day-yan; Forvo) is a South Slavic male name derived from South Slavic word dejati meaning "to act, to do" via Proto-Slavic *děti (to put, to place; to do) which ultimately derives from PIE root word *dʰeh₁- (to do, put, place). I've also seen it listed as possibly being related to Latin deus meaning "god, deity" derived from PIE *deywós (god) via root… Continue reading Dejan

Earth, Elements, Etruscan, Etruscan mythology, Female, Mythology, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, S names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Savina

Savina is an Italian female name, the Italian form of Sabina, the feminine form of Ancient Roman cognomen Sabinus meaning "Sabine", referring to a member of an ancient tribe in Italy that was eventually assimilated into the Roman Empire. From what I could find, it supposedly means "of one's own" derived from a PIE root word, however I've seen… Continue reading Savina

Female, Hebrew, Japanese, Light, M names, Male, Moon, Nature, Nickname names, Numbers, Physical Attributes, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Miko

Miko is a Finnish male name, a modern form of Mikko which is the Finnish form of Michael, a Hebrew name meaning "who is like God?", a rhetorical question implying there is no one like God; Miko is also a Slavic short form of the variant forms of Michael. Miko is also a Hungarian, Polish, and Czech surname derived… Continue reading Miko

Animals, Birds, Boar, Female, Kite, M names, Male, Nature, Place names, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Indo-European, Sanskrit, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Milan

Milan is the name of a city in Italy, the capital of Lombardy. The name comes from Latin Milano from Latin Mediōlānum of uncertain etymology. The name could be derived from Latin medius (middle, half) and planus (level, flat, even) basically meaning "in the middle of the flat" or "in the middle of the plain". However, it's also possible that the name… Continue reading Milan

Birds, D names, Dove, Female, Hebrew, Irish mythology, Male, Mythology, Nature, Numbers, Persian, Pigeon, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Dara

Dara is a given name with a variety of meanings and origins: Dara is a male name in Irish which comes from dair meaning "oak" which comes from Proto-Celtic *daru deriving from a PIE root word. Dara is also an anglicized form of Dáire meaning "fruitful, fertile" and is the name of several figures in Irish mythology; it's also a… Continue reading Dara

D names, Female, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Slavic mythology, Virtues/Attributes

Danica

Danica is a female given name deriving from a Slavic word meaning "morning star", referring to the planet Venus. It derives from a PIE source. Danica is also the name of the personification of the Morning Star in Slavic mythology. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Danika (English) Denica (Bulgarian, Macedonian)  

Female, Hebrew, I names, Virtues/Attributes

Ivanna

Ivanna is the Russian feminine form of Ivan, itself the Slavic form of John derived from Hebrew Yochanan meaning "Yahweh is gracious". Nicknames: Ivanka (Czech, Bulgarian, Slovak, Serbian, Croatian, Slovene) Origin: Hebrew Variants: Ivana (Czech, Slovak, Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, Bulgarian, Macedonian)   Male forms: Ivan (Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Serbian, Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Macedonian, Slovene, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English)… Continue reading Ivanna

Male, Proto-Indo-European, V names, Virtues/Attributes

Vladimir

Vladimir comes from Slavic element vladeti meaning "to rule" (derived from Proto-Indo-European *wal "to be strong") combined with meru (great, famous) essentially meaning "great ruler" or "famous ruler". However, the second element has also been associated with miru (peace, world) so the name could also mean "peaceful ruler" or "world ruler". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Waldomar (Ancient Germanic) Valdimárr (Ancient Scandinavian) Uladzimir (Belarusian) Vladimír… Continue reading Vladimir