Lucretia

Lucretia is an Ancient Roman female name, the feminine form of Lucretius which is of uncertain etymology; it may be derived from Latin lucrum meaning “profit, wealth; gain; advantage” derived from PIE root word *leh₂u- (profit, gain). It’s also possible that the name may be derived form a Etruscan source. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Lucrezia (Italian) Lucrèce (French) Lucrecia (Spanish) Lucrècia…

Eamon

Eamon (pr. ay-mon; Forvo) is an Irish male name, a variant form of Éamonn, the Irish form of Edmund meaning “rich protection” or “wealthy protection” from Old  English elements ead (wealth, fortune, riches) and mund (protection), both deriving from a PIE source. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Éamonn (Irish) Éamon (Irish) Eadmund (Anglo-Saxon) Edmond (French) Edmé (French) Ödön (Hungarian) Edmondo (Italian) Edmao (Limburgish) Edmundo (Portugese Spanish)…

Ulrich

Ulrich is a German male name, from Old High German Odalric made up from Germanic elements odal (heritage, inheritance) and ric (power) essentially meaning “wealthy, prosperous ruler”. Ulrich is also a German surname originating from the given name. Nicknames (Male): Ulli (German), Utz (German), Ueli (Swiss German); (Female): Ulla (German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish) Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Ulrik (Danish,…

Ottilie

Ottilie is a German female name, the German form of Odilia either derived from Germanic element aud meaning “wealth, fortune” via Proto-Germanic *audaz (wealth, riches), or from Germanic odal meaning “fatherland”. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Odilie (German) Oda (Ancient Germanic, German, Norwegian) Auda (Ancient Germanic) Odila (Ancient Germanic) Odilia (Ancient Germanic) Odelia (English) Odélia (French, Portuguese) Odélie (French) Odilia (Ancient Germanic) Odalie (French) Odile (French)…

Otto

Otto is a German male name which started out as a short form of names beginning with the German element aud meaning “wealth, fortune” via Proto-Germanic *audaz (wealth, riches). Otto is also a German, Dutch, Swedish, Hungarian, Danish, and English surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Odo (Ancient Germanic) Audo (Ancient Germanic) Udo (German)…

Elodie

Elodie is an anglicized form of Élodie, the French form of Alodia, which comes from an Gothic name of uncertain meaning though it could be made up from Proto Germanic elements *aljaz (other, another, else) or Proto-Germanic *allaz (all) combined with *audaz (wealth, riches). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Élodie (French) Elodia (Spanish) Alodia (Gothic, Ancient Germanic, Spanish) Alodie (Medieval French)  

Agar

Agar is the Spanish and Russian form of Hagar, a Hebrew female name of uncertain meaning and origin. It’s been linked to Hebrew meaning “to flee” and “flight”, or perhaps meaning “to drag away” or “stranger, foreigner”. Agar is also an English male given name and surname in English, a late medieval form of Edgar (coming from an Old…

Dara

Dara is a given name with a variety of meanings and origins: Dara is a male name in Irish which comes from dair meaning “oak” which comes from Proto-Celtic *daru deriving from a PIE root word. Dara is also an anglicized form of Dáire meaning “fruitful, fertile” and is the name of several figures in Irish mythology; it’s also a…

Odette

Odette is the French diminutive of Oda, a Germanic female name derived from Germanic aud meaning “wealth, fortune” derived from Proto-Germanic *audaz (wealth, riches), though it may also be derived from Germanic odal meaning “fatherland”. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Odetta (English) Oda (Ancient Germanic, German, Norwegian) Auda (Ancient Germanic) Odilia (Ancient Germanic) Odila (Ancient Germanic) Odelia (English) Ottoline (English) Ottilie (German) Odilie (German) Ute…