Animals, B names, Badger, Female, Latin, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Word names

Badger

Badger refers to any of several carnivorous mammals which belongs to the Mustelidae family. It comes from Middle English bageard made up from bage (referring to a token or distinctive mark, sign, or emblem) of uncertain etymology though either from Anglo-Norman bage or Latin bagia (sign, emblem), perhaps named for the white mark on its forehead, combined with the suffix -ard.… Continue reading Badger

A names, Akkadian, Akkadian mythology, Animals, Arabic, Birds, Buzzard, Female, Hebrew, Japanese, Moon, Near East mythology, Night/Evening, Place names, Proto-Turkic, Quechua, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Aya

Aya is a female given name which has several possible origins. The first is that it's an Arabic name, a variant transcription of Ayah meaning "sign, token" and "verse" (such as the verses in the Quran), which derives from a Proto-Semitic root. Aya is also a Hebrew female name meaning "honey buzzard" though I've seen some sources… Continue reading Aya

Animals, C names, Elements, Female, Lion, Literature, Names from Shakespeare's plays, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Cordelia

Cordelia is the name of the heroine of Shakespeare's tragic play, King Lear (1606), the youngest of King Lear's three daughter and his favorite, though that didn't stop him from banishing her when she didn't shower him with affection as her older sisters did for one third of the kingdom to be divided among them. Shakespeare based… Continue reading Cordelia

Egg, Female, Food, K names, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes, Welsh, Welsh mythology

Klervi

Klervi is a Breton female name, the Breton form of Welsh Creirwy possibly meaning "token of the egg" or "mundane egg" from Welsh creir (a token, sacred object, jewel, treasure) while the second part -wy might be from Middle Welsh meaning "egg". In Welsh mythology, Creiry is the daughter of the enchantress Ceridwen. Origin: Welsh Variants: Creiry (Welsh)