Uzma

Uzma is an Arabic female name meaning “supreme, greatest” which comes from Arabic aẓīm أَعْظَم (greater, greatest; supreme) from an Arabic root word (ʿ-ẓ-m) ع ظ م meaning greatness. Origin: Arabic Variants: ‘Uzma (Arabic)   Male forms: Azim (Arabic)   Uzma- عظمى (Arabic)  

Unity

Unity is an English female given name derived from an English word meaning “the state of being one; oneness”. It’s used to refer to a state or quality of being one or whole; unified or united into one mind, feeling, body, or argument. It comes from Latin ūnitās (oneness, unity) vis unus (one, single; alone) derived from PIE *óynos…

Umber

Umber comes from Latin umbra meaning “shadow; shade” derived from a PIE root word. It’s the name of a reddish-brown pigment clay pigment that, when heated, becomes intensified and is known as burnt umber. Its name comes from Italian terra d’ombra (earth of Umbria) the region it was originally extracted from. Umbria comes from the Umbri people, an ancient Italic tribe…

Uri

Uri is a Hebrew male name meaning “my light” as well as also being a Korean word and unisex given name meaning “us, we, our” as a pronoun and “house, pen hutch” as a noun. Uri is the name of a canton in Switzerland, also Latinized as Uronia, which seems to derive from Latin ora meaning “border, rim, edge, frontier,…

Ursula

Ursula is a female given name meaning “little bear”. It is the diminutive of Latin Ursa meaning “female bear” or “she-bear”, the feminine form of ursus (bear) from Proto-Italiac *orssos (bear) which derives from PIE *h₂ŕ̥tḱos (bear). Nicknames: Ursel (German), Ulla (German), Uschi (German), Urška (Slovene), Ula (Polish) Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Ursa (Latin) Urszula (Polish) Úrsula (Portuguese, Spanish) Uršula (Slovene) Orsola (Italian) Orsolina (Italian)…

Una

Una (pr. oo-na or yoo-na) is a female given name with various possible meanings and origins: it’s an anglicized form of Irish Úna which derives from uan meaning “lamb” from Proto-Celtic *ognos from PIE *h₂egʷnós (lamb); it may also be derived from Latin una, the feminine form of unus meaning “one” though it also means “together, simultaneously”. It derives from Latin unus (one, single; alone) from PIE *óynos (one; single). It was used…

Ula

Ula is a diminutive of Urszula, the Polish form of Ursula meaning “little bear”, itself a diminutive of ursa meaning “she-bear”. It could also be a short form of Ulalume, the name of a poem written by Edgar Allan Poe which seems to have been based on Latin ululare meaning “to wail” or lumen meaning “light”. An ula is also a poetic device used…

Umeko

Umeko is a Japanese female name meaning “plum child” from Japanese 梅 (plum, plum blossom) and 子 (child). Ume can also be used as a given name on its own, used as a unisex name. Origin: Japanese Variants: Ume (unisex)