Ugo

Ugo is the Italian form of Hugh, which comes from Germanic element hug meaning “heart, spirit, mind” derived from a Proto-Germanic source. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Hugh (English) Hugo (English, Dutch, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Ancient Germanic)  

Psyche

Psyche (pr. sie-kee) is the name of a figure in Greek myth, the youngest of three daughters of a king and queen. She was a very beautiful woman whose beauty rivaled even that of the goddess Aphrodite, which didn’t please the goddess at all. She sent her son Eros to make Psyche fall in love with something hideous but he ends…

Elana

Elana is a female given name with several possible origins: it could be a variant spelling of Ilana, which is the feminine form of Ilan, a Hebrew male name meaning “tree”, though it could also be a feminine form of Elon, another Hebrew male name meaning “tree, oak tree”; Elana could also be a variant form of Helena,…

Howard

Howard comes from an English surname with several possible sources: it may be derived from Anglo-Norman Huard from Germanic name Hughard meaning “brave heart” from hug (heart, mind) and hard (brave, hardy); it may also be derived from Anglo-Scandinavian Haward derived from Old Norse Hávarðr meaning “high guardian” or “high defender” from Old Norse elements há (high) and varðr (guardian, defender); it may also be derived from Middle English ewehirde meaning “ewe…

Dusana

Dusana (pr. du-sa-na) could be a variant form of Dušana (pr. du-sha-na) , without the š symbol. It’s the feminine form of Dušan which comes from Slavic dusha meaning “soul, spirit”. Origin: Slavic   Variants: Dušana (Czech, Serbian, Croatian, Slovak) Dušanka (Serbian, Slovene, Croatian) Dušica (Serbian) Dushana (English)   Male forms: Dušan (Czech, Serbian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene, Macedonian) Duško (Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian) Dushan…

Raiden

Raiden is a variant transcription of Raijin, the name of a Japanese god of thunder, lightning, and storms in Japanese mythology. His name means “thunder god” with the kanji rai 雷 (thunder; lightning bolt) and 神 jin (god, spirit). Origin: Japanese Variants: Raijin (Japanese)  

Hudson

Hudson comes from an English surname, a patrynomic name meaning “son of Hudde,”, the latter a medieval diminutive of either Hugh, which comes from Germanic element hug meaning “heart, spirit, mind”, or a medieval diminutive of Richard, made up of Germanic elements ric (power, rule) and hard (brave, hardy) essentially meaning “strong ruler” or “brave ruler”. Origin: English, Germanic  

Rei

Rei (pr. ray) is a Japanese unisex name though it seems to be more popular for women. Some meanings depending on the kanji are: 玲 “exquisite, clever, sound of jade”; 礼威 “reverence + dominate, intimidate, power”; 礼 (reverence, etiquette, bow); 霊 (soul, spirit, ghost); 玲生 “exquisite, clever, sound of jade + life, existence, being”; 礼唯 “reverence…

Kokoro

Origin: Japanese 心 (Japanese kanji) Kokoro “heart” Meaning: Kokoro is a Japanese feminine name which means “heart” but which could also be interpreted as “soul” or “feeling”.