Vera

Vera is a Russian female name meaning "faith" which comes from Proto-Slavic *vě̀ra (faith, belief) derived from Proto-Indo-European *weh₁- (true), though it's also been associated with Latin verus meaning "true, truthful, real", also derived from the same Proto-Indo-European source. Vera is also an Albanian female name derived from verë meaning "summer". Vera is also a Spanish surname meaning "shore, riverbank; side", a place name … Continue reading Vera

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Troy

Troy has several possible meanings and etymologies behind it: it comes from a surname derived from a city in Troyes, France, used to describe someone who came from there. The name comes from Latin Tricasses, the name of a Gallic tribe that lived in the area. The first part of the name comes from tri meaning "three" although … Continue reading Troy

Foy

Foy comes from a surname with several possible meanings and origins: it may be derived from Old French foi or from Latin fides meaning "faith", either used as a nickname for someone who was a pious person or someone who often swore; it may also be a medieval French female name also derived from Foy (or Faith);  it may also … Continue reading Foy

Imani

Imani is a Swahili unisex name meaning "faith, belief" derived from Arabic ʾāmana (to believe in). Origin: Arabic Variants: Iman (Arabic) unisex Imen (Arabic) male  

Shinichi

Shinichi is a Japanese male name with various meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: 真一 "true, reality + one", 信一 "trust, faith, belief + one", 伸一 "extend, lengthen + one", 進一 "advance, progress, move on + one", 新一 "new + one", 慎一 "careful, prudent, humility + one", 晋一 "to proceed, advance + one", … Continue reading Shinichi