Satomi

Satomi is a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: sato 里 “village; hometown” + mi 美 “beauty; beautiful” (里美); *girls only sato 聡 “wise; fast learner; clever; intelligent; bright” + mi 美 “beauty; beautiful” (聡美); *girls only sato 智 “intellect; wisdom; reason” + mi 美 “beauty; beautiful” (智美); *girls only sato 聖 “holy; saint; sage; master; priest” + mi 美 “beauty; beautiful” (聖美); *girls only sato 里 “village; hometown” + mi 視 “regard;…

Trevor

Trevor comes from a Welsh surname originating as a locational name from any place called Trevor. It’s made up from Welsh tref (village; town) and mawr (big, great). Trevor has also been used as an anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Treabhair meaning “descendant of Treabhar”, the latter an Irish by name meaning “industrious”, “ambitious”, “prudent”. Nicknames: Trev Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants:…

Shiori

Shiori is a Japanese unisex name (though far more commonly used for girls) with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: shi 詩 “poem; poetry” + ori 織 “weave; fabric” (詩織); *girls only shiori 栞 “bookmark; guidebook”; shiori 撓 “lithe; bend”; shi 史 “history; chronicle” + ori 織 “weave; fabric” (史織); shio 汐 “eventide; tide; saltwater; opportunity” + ri 里 “village; hometown”; (汐里) There are other meanings depending on the kanji…

Tori

Tori is often used as a nickname for Victoria, the feminine form of Victor meaning “victor, victory” via Latin victor (victor, conqueror) which derives from a PIE root word. In Roman mythology, Victoria is the name of the Roman goddess of victory (the Roman counterpart of Nike). Tori 鳥 is also a Japanese word meaning “bird; chicken”, as well as also being the…

Erisa

Erisa is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: e 依 “reliant; depend on” + ri 里 “village” + sa 咲 “blossom; bloom” (依里咲); e 恵 “favor; blessing, grace; kind, kindness” + ri 梨 “pear; pear tree” + sa 佐 “assistant; aid; help” (恵梨佐); e 恵 “favor; blessing, grace; kind, kindness” + ri 梨 “pear; pear tree” + sa 咲 “blossom; bloom” (恵梨咲); e 恵 “favor; blessing, grace; kind, kindness” + ri 梨 “pear; pear…

Erika

Erika is the feminine form of Erik, itself the Scandinavian form of Eric meaning “ever ruler” or “eternal ruler” which comes from Old Norse Eiríkr. Erica is not only a variant spelling of Erika but it’s also the Latin word for “heather” and is the name of a genus of flowers. Erika is also a Japanese female name with…

Rika

Rika is a Swedish and Dutch short form of Fredrika (the Swedish and Finnish feminine form of Frederick meaning “peaceful ruler”) and Henrika (the Swedish feminine form of Henry meaning “home ruler”) and any names ending in rika. Rika is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: ri 理 “reason, logic; arrangement; justice; truth” + ka 香 “incense; smell; fragrance”…

Rishi

Rishi is an Indian male name meaning “sage, poet” whoch was originally used for a poet who was inspired by Vedic hymns, as well as the name and term of several characters in Hinduism. The origin of the name derives from Sanskrit via Proto-Indo-Iranian *r̥šíš (seer). Rishi is also a Japanese male name with several different meanings…

Gerrick

Gerrick is a variant spelling of Garrick, a variant of Garwick, an English surname derived from a place name: the second element of the name derives from Old English wīċ (settlement; village; dwelling) which ultimately derives from PIE *weyḱ- (to settle; settlement), while the first part of the name may be derived from an English given name, Gara, of uncertain meaning. Garrick is also the anglicized…