Amaryllis

Amaryllis comes from Ancient Greek amarysso meaning "to sparkle" as well as the name of a flower, which symbolizes pride, determination, and radiant beauty in the language of flowers. The name is used in Virgil's Eclogues and Theocritus's Idylls. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Amarilis (Spanish)  

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Aki

Aki is a Japanese unisex name (as well as a word) meaning 秋 "autumn" though it has other meanings such as 燦 "brilliant, bright, radiance", 明 "clear, tomorrow, bright", 昭 "shining", 彬 "refined, gentle", 爽 "refreshing, clear, invigorating", 晶 "clear, crystal, sparkle", 暁 "daybreak, dawn", 彰 "acknowledge", 晃 "clear", 亜紀 "Asia, come after, next + … Continue reading Aki