Dorrity comes from an Irish surname, an anglicized form of O'Dochartairgh meaning "descendant of Dochartach", the latter a male given name originally given as a nickname,  made up of do- (impossible; ill, evil) and cartach (not loving) essentially meaning "hurtful", "obstructive", or "stern". Nicknames: Dorr, Dorie Origin: Proto-Indo-European    


Soren is an anglicized form of Søren (Danish, Norwegian) or Sören (Swedish, German) which comes from Ancient Roman family name Severinus derived from Severus meaning "stern, severe, grave" derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Søren (Danish, Norwegian) Sören (Swedish, German) Severin (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish) Séverin (French) Severinus (Ancient Roman) Severino (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese) Seweryn (Polish)  


Sirina is a female given name with various meanings attributed to it such as: it's a variant spelling of Serena meaning "calm, tranquil, serene" from Latin serenus; it could also be a variant of Sirin, also a name of uncertain meaning though it could be an elaborated form of Siri, a short form of Sigrid meaning "victory + beautiful, fair" made …


Rino could be a short form of names ending with rino such as Severino, the Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese form of Severinus, an Ancient Roman name meaning "stern" in Latin. Rino is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "jasmine + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly" (莉乃); "carp + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly" …