Troy

Troy has several possible meanings and etymologies behind it: it comes from a surname derived from a city in Troyes, France, used to describe someone who came from there. The name comes from Latin Tricasses, the name of a Gallic tribe that lived in the area. The first part of the name comes from tri meaning "three" although … Continue reading Troy

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Seraiah

Seraiah is a Hebrew male name meaning "Yahweh is ruler" or "Soldier/Prince of the Lord" and is the name of several figures in the Bible. Although a legitimate male name, it does have potential as a female name as well. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Seriah Serayah (English)  

Harry

Harry is a medieval form of Henry which comes from Germanic given name Heimirich meaning "home ruler" from Germanic heim (home) and ric (power, ruler). Harry could also be a short form for Harold, a modern form of Old English Hereweald meaning "army leader" or "army ruler" from Old English here (army) and weald (ruler, leader, power) which ultimately comes from Ancient Germanic. As well … Continue reading Harry

Mylo

Origin: Germanic, Slavic, Greek Meaning: Mylo is a variant form of Milo, an Old Germanic form of Miles. Although the etymology behind the name is unclear, it's been linked to Slavic mil meaning "gracious, dear" and Latin miles meaning "soldier". Milo is also the Latininized form of Greek name Milon meaning "yew". Variants: Milo (English, Ancient Germanic) Miles (English) … Continue reading Mylo