Saeran seems to be a male name possibly of Irish origin maning “noble” although I’m not sure of the accuracy of that. I’ve also seen it listed as coming from Welsh Saer meaning “carpenter, wright” with the diminutive suffix -an meaning “Saer the younger” or “little Saer”. There’s a church in Wales called St. Saeran’s Church dedicated to Saint Saeran, a Celtic bishop.
Saeran also seems to be a Korean male name (also spelled Serran) written with Korean hangul 세란meaning “three + that/what is called” or “bird + that/what is called” though it has several meanings in hanja (Korean reading of Chinese characters) with the 세 (se) reading such as:
and with the 란 (ran):
- 欄 (column)
- 卵 (egg, ovum)
- 蘭 (orchid)
Origin: Irish, Welsh, Korean
Valdis is used as a short form of Latvian male name Voldemārs, the Latvian cognate of Germanic Waldemar which is derived from Slavic Vladimir meaning “famous ruler” or “great ruler” or “ruler of the world” from elements vladeti (to rule, to control) and meru (great, famous), though the second element of the name has also been associated with miru meaning “peace, world” so the name could also mean “peaceful ruler” or “world ruler”.
Valdis is also a variant form of Valdís, a female name composed from Old Norse valr “the dead (of battle)” or “the slain (in Valhalla)” and dís (goddess) so the name essentially means “goddess of the slain in battle”. It also seems to be a surname derived from the given name.
Origin: Slavic, Old Norse
- Voldemārs (Latvian)
- Waldemar (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Polish)
- Vladimir (Russian, Serbian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovene, Medieval Slavic)
- Waldomar (Ancient Germanic)
- Valdimárr (Old Norse)
- Wealdmær (Anglo-Saxon)
- Uladzimir (Belarusian)
- Vladimír (Czech, Slovak)
- Valdemar (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish)
- Vladimer (Georgian)
- Valdemaras (Lithuanian)
- Visvaldas (Lithuanian)
- Vladimiras (Lithuanian)
- Voldemaras (Lithuanian)
- Valdas (Lithuanian short form of Valdemaras)
- Włodzimierz (Polish)
- Volodymyr (Ukrainian)
- Wolodymyr (Ukrainian)
- Vsevolod (Russian, Ukrainian, Medieval Slavic)
- Vladilen (Russian contraction of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin)
- Vladlen (Russian contraction of Vladimir Lenin)
- Vladimira (Slovene Croatian)
- Vladimíra (Czech, Slovak)
Seiya is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used. Some meanings I could find are: 世哉 “world, generation”; 星矢 “star, planet, heavenly body + arrow”; 清耶 “clear, distinct, apparent, pure + father”; 正夜 “correct, righteous + night”; 生八 “life, existence, being + eight”; 成也 “to become, to succeed, accomplish + to be, also, too”; 声弥 “voice + extensive, full, complete”; 盛哉 “prosper”; 聖野 “holy, sacred + area, field”; 世乎 “world, generation + seem to, as if”; 西椰 “west + coconut tree”; 征椰 “conquer, subdue, vanquish + coconut tree”. Though there are likely many more meanings than this.
Vadim is a Russian male name of unknown meaning. It’s been used as the Russian form of Bademus, the name of a Persian Christian martyr who was killed in Persia and later recognized as a saint. I’ve seen the name as possibly originating from Persian badian meaning “anise, aniseed”. Vadim could also be a short form of Russian Vadimir composed of Slavic elements vaditi (accuse, blame, slander) and miru (peace, world).
Vadim is also a surname which seems to have originated from the given name.
Nicknames: Vadik is the Russiam diminutive of Vadim
Origin: Persian, Slavic
Вадим (Russian) Vadim