C names, Color, Dakota, Female, Male, Native American, Red/Crimson, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Cheyenne

Cheyenne is the name of a Native American tribe that lived in the Great Plains. The name comes from a Dakota word, shahiyena, meaning "red speaker". Cheyenne has been used as a unisex name in English, though probably more popular for girls. Origin: Dakota Variants: Cheyanne (English) Shyanne (English)  

Arabic, Hebrew, Male, O names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Omar

Omar is both a Hebrew and an Arabic name with different meanings depending on the origin. As a Hebrew name it means "speaker" which comes from Hebrew verb amar אָמַר meaning "to say, tell". As an Arabic name it's a variant transcription of Umar meaning "flourishing, prosperous, long-lived, life", and is also a surname originating from the given… Continue reading Omar

Ancient Germanic, D names, Female, Latin, Nickname names, Numbers, Place names, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes

Dixie

Dixie was once used as a generic name for the southern U.S. states from the Mason-Dixon line which defined the border between Pennsylvania and Maryland, and which later defined the boundary between free states and slave states. The name may have originated as a nickname for Dixon, an English patrynomic surname meaning "son of Dick", the… Continue reading Dixie