Earth, J names, Male, Nature, Persian, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Jasper

Jasper is an English and Dutch male given name which seems to be derived from a Persian origin meaning "treasurer" or "treasure-bearer". It was the name given to the Three Magi who visited the newborn Jesus Christ. Jasper is also an English and North German surname originating from the given name. Jasper is also the name… Continue reading Jasper

B names, Chinese, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Joy, Male, Nature, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Baoyuan

Baoyuan is a Chinese unisex name made up of bao: bao 宝 "treasure, jewel, precious, rare"; bao 褒 "praise, honor; to commend"; bao 苞 "bud; flower calyx; luxuriant; profuse" bao 保 "to ensure, to protect, to keep" yuan: 元 "first, primary; head, chief; Yuan dynasty; dollar" 玉 yu "jade; precious stone" + an 安 "calm, peaceful, content; tranquil, quiet"; 愉 yu "happy, pleased, delightful" + an 安 "calm,… Continue reading Baoyuan

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

Ancient Egyptian, Earth, Egyptian, Female, J names, Nature, Persian, Virtues/Attributes

Jaspera

Jaspera is the feminine form of Jasper, a variant of Gaspar or Caspar which comes from a Persian name possibly meaning "treasurer" or "keeper of treasure". It was one of the names of the Three Magi who visited baby Jesus. Jasper is also the name of a variety of an opaque variety of quartz composed of red, yellow, brown… Continue reading Jaspera

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)