D names, Elements, Female, Mythology, Nature, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Welsh, Welsh mythology

Dylana

Dylana is the feminine form of Dylan, the name of a sea-god in Welsh mythology. The name derives from Welsh dy (great) and llanw (tide, flow) so it essentially means “great tide” or “great flow”. Origin: Welsh Male forms: Dylan (Welsh, English) Dillon (English) Dillan (English)  

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Shiori

Shiori is a Japanese unisex name (though far more commonly used for girls) with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: shi 詩 "poem; poetry" + ori 織 "weave; fabric" (詩織); *girls only shiori 栞 "bookmark; guidebook"; shiori 撓 "lithe; bend"; shi 史 "history; chronicle" + ori 織 "weave; fabric" (史織); shio 汐 "eventide; tide; saltwater; opportunity" + ri 里 "village; hometown"; (汐里) There are other meanings depending on the kanji… Continue reading Shiori

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Dylan

Dylan is the name of a sea god on Welsh mythology, the son of Arianrhod. His name derives from Welsh dy (great) and llanw (tide, flow) so it essentially means "great tide" or "great flow". It's also a surname derived from the given name. Although traditionally a male name it's been used for girls in the U.S. Origin: Welsh Variants: Dillan… Continue reading Dylan