Animals, Elements, Female, Hare/Rabbit, Japanese, Nature, T names, Water

Toyoko

Toyoko is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used:  toyo 豊 (lush, abundant, bountiful, plenty) + ko (child) 子; to 兎 (rabbit, hare) + yo 与 (bestow, impart, participate in, award) + ko 子 (child); to 外 (outside, foreign, other) + yo 世 (generation, age, world, society, public) + ko 子 child); toyo 豊 (lush, abundant, bountiful, plenty) + ko 湖 (lake); to 富 (wealth, enrich, abundant) + yo 世 (generation, age, world, society, public)… Continue reading Toyoko

A names, Apple/Apple tree, Female, Food, Mythology, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Taíno, Virtues/Attributes

Anona

Anona could be a variant spelling of Annona, the name of the Roman personification of the yearly harvest. It comes from Latin annona meaning "yearly produce; corn, grain; means of subsistence" derived from annus (year) derived from a PIE root word. Annona is the name of a genus of plants known as the sugar apple; in this case the name… Continue reading Anona

Animals, Birds, Egg, Food, Irish, Korean, Male, Nature, Numbers, Physical Attributes, S names, Virtues/Attributes, Welsh

Saeran

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… Continue reading Saeran