Elizabella

Elizabella is a modern English name, a combination of Elizabeth (meaning "my God is an oath" or "my God is abundance") and Isabella (itself another form of Elizabeth); however, Bella (which is also a nickname for Isabella) is also an Italian and Spanish word meaning "beautiful" from Latin bellus (beautiful, pretty, handsome); bella is also the feminine form of bellum meaning “war; battle, combat” from Latin duellum (war) …

Darnell

Darnell comes from an English surname, originating from the name of a type of plant called darnel that was believed to cause intoxication, also known as Lolium temulentum. It comes via Old French darnelle, possibly derived from a Proto-Germanic origin, *darjaną (to harm, injure). It's also possible that it may be composed of Old English elements dyrne (hidden; secret) and halh (corner, nook, recess). Origin: …

Bellona

Bellona is the name of a Roman goddess of war, the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Enyo. Bellona comes from Latin bellum meaning "war "which comes from an older form of the word, duellum, from Proto-Indo-European *deh₂w-, *dew- (to injure, destroy, burn). Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

Bella

Bella is often used as a short form of Isabella, the Latinate and Italian form of Isabel, the medieval Occitan form of Elizabeth, the English form of Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. Bella is also the Italian and Spanish word for "beautiful" which derives from Latin bellus meaning “beautiful, pretty, handsome” via PIE duenos/duonos (good), the diminutive of *dew- (to …

Duilio

Duilio is the Spanish and Italian form of Duilius, a Roman name possibly derived from Latin duellum meaning "war" derived from Proto-Indo-European *dew- "to injure, destroy, burn". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Duilius (Ancient Roman)   Female forms: Duilia (Ancient Roman) Duília (Brazilian)