Hafsa is an Arabic female name which seems to have an uncertain meaning behind it. It could mean "gathering" or it could mean "little lioness", "female lion cub". Origin: Arabic Variants: Hafsah (Arabic) Hafza (Arabic)   Male forms: Hafs (Arabic)   Hafsa- حفصة (Arabic)  


Laertes (pr. lay-er-tees) is an Ancient Greek male name meaning "gatherer of the people" made up from Ancient Greek elements lāós (people) and eírein (to fasten together; tie, join). In Greek mythology, Laertes is the father of Odysseus though some sources list Sisyphus as his father. In the Odyssey, Laertes has been grieving over his son's absence, keeping to himself on a …