Animals, D names, Horses/Stallions, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Word names

Destry

Destry is an English male given name, the English form of Destrier meaning "warhorse", referring to the horse of a medieval knight. It comes from Anglo-Norman destrer, destrier meaning "warhorse" via Vulgar Latin *dextrarius (led by the right hand) from Latin dextera (right hand) deriving from PIE *deḱs- "right (opposite left) or essentially south". The meaning comes from being led on the right side… Continue reading Destry

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Elements, Emotion/Feelings, Ethiopian, Female, Fire, Gaelic, Japanese, K names, Kin/Family, Male, Numbers, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Kenna

Kenna is a Scottish female name, the feminine form of Kenneth, itself the anglicized form of two Gaelic names: Coinneach which derives from Gaelic caoin meaning “handsome, fair, beautiful, kind”; and Cináed meaning “born of fire”. Kenneth is also a surname derived from the given name. Kenna is also a Scottish and Irish surname deriving from the given name, as well… Continue reading Kenna

B names, Female, Hebrew, Kin/Family, Male, Nickname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Benji

Benji is a nickname for Benjamin or its feminine form Benjamina, the English form of Hebrew Binyamin meaning "son of the south" or "son of the right hand" from Hebrew ben (son of) and yamin (right hand, south). Origin: Hebrew Variants: Benjy (English) Benjamin (English, French, German, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian) Binyamin (Hebrew, Arabic) Benjamín (Spanish, Czech, Slovak, Icelandic) Benjámin (Hungarian) Beniamino (Italian) Benjaminas… Continue reading Benji