Ivy

Ivy is an English female given name which comes from the word for any of a number of climbing plants with small yellowish flowers. The word comes from Old English ifig via Proto-Germanic *ibahs (ivy) which seems to be derived from a PIE root word. Ivy is also an English surname, a variant spelling of Ivey which seems to have…

Talia

Talia has several meanings depending on the origin: it’s a variant transcription of Talya, a Hebrew female name meaning “dew from God”; Talia is also an Aboriginal word meaning “near water” and is the name of a town in Australia; it’s also an Aramaic unisex name, a variant of Talya meaning “young lamb”, derived from taleh; it’s also…

Dalya, Dalia

Dalya is a variant transcription of Dalia, a Hebrew female name meaning “branch”, though Dalia is also an Arabic female name meaning “grape vine”. Dalia is the name of the Lithuanian goddess of fate meaning “fate, luck” in Lithuanian from dalis (part, portion, share), as well as being a variant spelling and Spanish form of Dahlia, the name of a flower…

Leanne

Leanne is an English feminine name composed of two given names: Lee, from an English surname meaning “clearing”, and Anne, the French form of Anna, the Latin form of Hebrew Hannah (or Channah) meaning “favor, grace” Liane could also be a short form of names like Éliane (the French form of Aeliana, the feminine form…