A modern respelling of Aidan. May also be a variant of Eden. When combined with variants like Ayden, Aydan, and Aden, Aiden was the most popular name for boys in the U.S. in 2006.
From the Old English Eádweard; a compound name composed of the elements "ead" (riches, prosperity, fortune) and "weard" (guardian, protector). Hence: 'protector of the riches, inheritance', or maybe 'rich guardian', 'fortunate protector'.
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There are many places of this name in England; it is impossible to decide from which the family appellation is derived.
Multiple origins are considered. It could mean, from the Old English, "Ella's town". Or the derivation might be from the Saxon
Johnson is a familial surname that rarely occurs as a first name. Famous bearers include Sports hero Earvin "Magic" Johnson and 17th President of the US Andrew Johnson.
"Johnson" is sometimes used as American slang to reference a man's geni
Portuguese form of Santiago.
Zacharias is originally the Greek cognate of the Hebrew name Zechariah.
The feminine form of Alain, which is the French form of Alan.
English form of French Madeleine, itself from Magdalene.
The 'Madeline' books were written by Ludwig Bemelmans, and follow the adventures of a young girl living in Paris.
Madeline Kahn was an American actress.
English word newly used by some as a name.
From the Latin 'pati' (to suffer).
Patience is another name for the card game Solitaire.
Shaylee is a modern invention and, presumably, is a combination of the anglicized Shay and the popular suffix -lee.
Tori is a nickname for Victoria. This nickname is not common in the UK, possibly because it sounds like Tory, an alternative name for the Conservative Party. It entered the US top 1000 as a stand alone name in 1959 and has been of fluctuating popularity e
Zelda is a variant spelling of Selda which is of Anglo-Saxon origin (the Hebrew form of Selda is Segula), and a pet form of Griselda. It is also a Yiddish name meaning "luck".
Zelda is also the name of the princess that has to saved by the
Nickname for Robert or Roberta.
In France Claude is used for both sexes.
Famous male bearers of the name include Claude Debussy, 19th-century composer, and Claude François, French singer of the 1960s and 1970s.
Famous female bearers of the name include Queen Claud
The name of one of the four sacred creatures in Viet Nam, the dragon. It is in part taken from several place names such as Ha Long Bay.
As a boy's name, Marley is the transferred use of a surname derived from place names.
The first element of these place names is respectively Old English (ge)maere ‘boundary’, myrig ‘pleasant’, and mearð ‘(pine) marten’. The second element in each c
This adjective is sometimes used as a given name for either gender.
Alternate spelling of Valerie.
A Russian male name.