Yukihiro

Yukihiro is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: yuki 幸 "happiness, blessing, fortune" + hiro 洋 "ocean; foreign; the West; vast, wide" (幸洋); yuki 行 "line, row; going; journey; carry out; conduct" + hiro 央 "center, middle" (行央); yuki 志 "purpose, will, determination, aspiration, ambition" + hiro 弘 "vast, broad, wide" (志弘); yuki 至 "climax; to reach, …

Yardley

Yardley comes from an English surname, originating as a locational name for someone who came from a place called Yardley. The name is made up either from Old English gerd, gyrd (stick, rod; unit of measurement) or Old English geard (enclosure; yard, garden) combined with lēah (wood, woodland, clearing, meadow), so the name would essentially mean "enclosed woodland" or …

Yuval

Yuval is a Hebrew unisex name, the Hebrew form of Jubal, a Hebrew male name meaning “stream” though it could also be related to a word meaning “ram” or “ram’s horn trumpet”. In the Old Testament, Jubal was a descendant of Cain and the first person to be a musician. Origin: Hebrew Male forms: Jubal (Hebrew) Ioubal (Biblical …

Yule

Yule comes from a Scottish and English surname, originally a nickname for someone who was born on Christmas Day. It was originally a pagan holiday celebrated by the German people and originally referred to December and January, though after Christianity it was narrowed down to refer to the 12 days of Christmas. Yule comes from Old English …

Yao-ji

Yao-ji is the name of a goddess in Chinese mythology, a mountain goddess of Wu Mountain. Yao-ji is also a Chinese given name with a variety of meanings depending on the characters used: yáo 瑶 "jade; mother-of-pearl" + jī 姬 "beauty; imperial concubine" (瑶姬); *female only yào 耀 "shine, dazzle, brilliant" + jī 基 "base; foundation" (耀基); yáo 姚 "handsome, elegant" + jī 基"base; …

York

York comes from an English surname, a locational name for someone who came from the city of York in northern England. The name was originally named from Latin Eboracum meaning “yew tree place” which comes from Proto-Celtic *eburos “yew”, combined with the Proto-Celtic possessive suffix *-ākos. The name later became associated with Old English Eoforwic meaning “boar settlement” or “boar village” …

Yvain

Yvain is the French form of Owain, the name of a knight of the Round Table in Arthurian legend. Yvain is one of the Knights of the Round Table, the son of King Urien and Morgan le Fay. In Yvain, Knight of the Lion he is depicted as seeking revenge for the death of his cousin by the …

Yuma

Yuma is a Japanese unisex name (though far more popular for boys) with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: yu 遊 "play" + ma 真 "true; reality; Buddhist sect" (遊真); yu 裕 "abundant; rich; fertile" + ma 馬 "horse" (裕馬); yu 優 "tenderness; excel; surpass; tenderness, gentleness" + ma 馬 "horse" (優馬); yu 雄 "male, masculine; hero; leader; superiority; excellence" + ma 磨 "polish; grind; brush (teeth)" (雄磨); yu 悠 "permanence; distant; long time; …

Yima

Yima is the Ancient Avestan form of Jam (also known as Jamshid), the name of a mythological king of Persia in Persian mythology. It seems to mean "twin", making it a cognate of Sanskrit Yama (which also means "twin"). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Jam (Persian) Cem (Turkish) Yama (Sanskrit)  

Yusuf

Yusuf is an Arabic and Turkish male name, the Arabic form of Joseph which comes from Hebrew Yosef meaning “Yahweh will increase” or “Yahweh will add”. Yusuf is also a surname. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Yousef (Arabic) Youssef (Arabic) Yusef (Arabic) Joseph (English, French, German) Josef (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, Scandinavian) Yosef (Hebrew) Hovsep (Armenian) Yusif (Azerbaijani) Joseba …

Yorath

Yorath is a Welsh male name, the anglicized form of Iorwerth meaning "handsome lord" made up of Welsh elements iôr (lord) and berth (fair, handsome, beautiful, fine). Yorath is also a Welsh surname originating from the given name. Nicknames: Iolo (Welsh), Iolyn (Welsh) Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Iorwerth (Welsh)