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Male Names
  • Blaise (Latin) - Stuttering [English and French speaking countries]

    From the Latin "blaesus" (to stutter; to stammer).

  • Brendt (Celtic) - Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
  • Broderik (English) - From the broad ridge
  • Colan (French) - Abbreviation of Nicholas people's victory.
  • Corrin (Irish) - Spear-bearer.
  • Diamond (English) - Bridge protector
  • Dyllan (United States) - An influencial person; sea
  • Edward (English) - Wealth protector [English speaking countries]

    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'.
    It is mo

  • Ezequiel (Hebrew) - God will strengthen [English, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish and Portugese cognate of Ezekiel.

  • Gilford (English) - From Gill'S ford
  • Guneet (Indian) - One who is Meritorious for his Virtues, righteousness, Honour, Good characteristics and great qualities
  • Jagandeep (Indian,Hindu) - Lamp of the World; Light of the World; Brilliance and Radiance of the World
  • Jahir [Arabic and English speaking countries]

    The name Jahir has no known etymology or meaning. It is possible that it is derived from the Arabic/Swahili name Jaha meaning "dignified" but the link is tenuous at best. It also could be some sort of variant of Jabiri/Jaabir (Swahili meaning "comforter"

  • Jainesh (Indian) - He has the God's name
  • Jitavrata (Indian) - Conquering by Vows; Triumphant by Vows; One who wins with promises
  • Julian (Latin) - Down-bearded youth [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spelt Julián in Spanish.

    Julian is a common saint name. Saint Julian the Hospitaler was a saint from the Middle Ages and is the patron saint of travelers. Julian is rarely used as a female name; Julian of Norwich, the only famous female be

  • Kenn (English) - Abbreviation of names beginning with Ken-
  • Kingston (English) - King's town [English speaking countries]

    This was virtually unknown of as a name prior to No Doubt's Gwen Stefani and Bush singer Gavin Rossdale naming their son this in 2006. They chose the name from their fondness for Kingston, Jamaica.

  • Kori (Germanic) - God's peace [English speaking countries]
  • Lingapandi (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva representing him in form of Linga
  • Lubdhaka (Indian) - Hunter; Covetous or Greedy man; Star Sirius
  • Manasaprema (Indian) - A person whose mind is filled with devine love
  • Monsieur Tibault (Irish)
  • Palamedes (English) - A knight
  • Prabhraman (Indian) - One absorbed in God's Love; One who is immersed in God's Love; Engrossed in God's Love
  • Rhys (Welsh) - Enthusiasm [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    There were two Welsh rulers of note in medieval times named Rhys - Rhys ap Tewdwr and his grandson Rhys ap Gruffyd. The name is also borne by Welsh actor Rhys Ifans.

    It is a very popular name in Wales - #5 there in 2006.

  • Russel (French) - Little red one [English speaking countries]

    Another spelling of Russell. Russel is rarely used anymore, but enjoyed some popularity during the later parts of the 19th century on through to the middle of the 20th century.

  • Stoney (English)
  • Tatvagyanaprad (Indian) - He who grantes wisdom
  • Vinse (Latin) - Conquering [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Aaradhana (Indian,Sanskrit) - Worship; Reverence; Adoration; Devotion; Adulation; Respect; An act of glorifying God
  • Aarushi (Indian) - First rays of the sun; Bright, Brilliant and Radiant rays of Sun; Early morning Sunshine
  • Adalbrechta (English) - Noble
  • Asya (Hebrew) - Grace
  • Athdara (Scottish) - From the oak tree ford
  • Auriar (United States) - Cold and gentle breeze filled with music
  • Bhavini (Indian) - Emotional
  • Brenda (Norse) - Sword [English speaking countries]

    Possibly from the Old Norse word 'brand' meaning 'sword', or a feminine form of Brendan. The name was used first in Scotland, and has since spread to the rest of the world.

    Brenda Lee is an American country singer and Brenda Blethyn is an E

  • Colleen (Irish) - Girl.
  • Cyneburhleah (English) - From the royal meadow
  • Delissa (English) - Variant of Latin Delicia meaning Gives pleasure.
  • Doreen (French) - Blonde
  • Elina (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English, Finnish and Hindi speaking countries]

    Finnish form of Helen. It might also be a variant of Elena.
    An Indian name meaning intelligent.

  • Fallon (Gaelic) - Leader [English speaking countries]
  • Felicity (English) - Happy. A virtue name.
  • Hoshiko (Japanese) - Japanese - star
  • Julissa (Chinese) - people with this name are sweet , absolute and unique in personality. They are filled with energy and please to meet every person.
  • Keon (Japanese) - Keomi means Pure Beauty
  • Kirsten (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]
  • Lilia (Latin) - Lilies [English, Hebrew and Armenian speaking countries]

    Lilia is the plural of the Latin 'lilium', meaning "lily".

    Lilia is also a Hebrew name which literally means "to me, to god" – whatever I own belongs to God also.

  • Madelyn (Hebrew) - From Magdala [English speaking countries]

    A modern phonetic spelling of Madeline or Madeleine.

  • Mandira (Indian) - Melody; Like a melodius song
  • MaryLee
  • Nataly (United States) - Christmas child.
  • Philips (German) - Son of Philip
  • Quiana (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Raylee (United States) - One who looks lika and acts like a Princess
  • Susana (Hebrew) - Lily; rose [English speaking countries]
  • Teaghan (Gaelic) - Little poet [English speaking countries]
  • Traci (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Tracey.

Gender Neutral Names
  • Aheahe (Hawaiian) - Aheahe is a variant of Ahe.
  • Ashley (English) - Ash wood [English speaking countries]

    A place name and surname from the Old English words 'æsc' (ash) and 'leah' (wood). This name transferred from surname to male first name but in recent decades has become increasingly popular for girls.

  • Casey (English) - From Cayce [English speaking countries]

    Casey was first used as an honorary nickname for American folk hero Jonathan 'Casey' Jones. He acquired his nickname from his birthplace, Cayce, in Kentucky. Casey is also a last name, an anglicised form of the Irish Gaelic surname Ó Cathasaigh. This mean

  • Coco
  • Corey (Germanic) - God's peace [English speaking countries]

    Derived from the Irish surname of debated origin.
    It may be derived from the Germanic first name Godfrey (God's peace), and may have been encouraged by the Gaelic 'cuairteoir' (visitor).
    It might also come from the Gaelic 'coire' (a cauldro

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  • Devyn (Gaelic) - Descendant of Damhán [English speaking countries]
  • Diamond (English) - Precious gemstone [English speaking countries]

    A diamond is a translucent, often colorless gemstone of high value. Its name is derived from the Greek "adamas," meaning "invincible," referring to the stone's extreme hardness.

    Diamonds are used today in jewelry and industrial tools for c

  • Ehlii (Swiss) - A noble and brave hearted person
  • Gayle (Hebrew) - Father in rejoicing [English speaking countries]
  • Hobo
  • Jaspinder (Indian) - Lord's glory
  • Jayla (United States) - Happy
  • Joweese (United States) - people with this name are joyful and haven refreshing sort of personality. They love to travel and are sensitive in nature. They are attractive and have elegant appearance.
  • Juliusz (Australian) - they do value their self respect a lot. Have unique personality and live their life well. good sense of humour.
  • Kail� (Hawaiian) - The name means Hawaiian Deity
  • Keani (Hawaiian) - Keani means Breeze or Wave
  • Kohaku (Japanese) - Kohaku means Amber
  • Laddie
  • Lashawn (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage. Lashawn is a blend of the prefix 'la' and the male name Shawn. It has been bestowed on both boys and girls.

  • Manpreet (Indian) - One who is pretty on the eyes
  • Ora (Greek) - Money
  • Penrod - Famous commander
  • Phoenix (Greek) - Phoenix; deep red [English speaking countries]

    A phoenix is a mythical bird with a colorful plumage and a tail of gold and scarlet (or purple, blue, and green according to some legends). It has a 500 to 1,000 year life-cycle, near the end of which it builds itself a nest of twigs that then ignites; bo

  • Pindar
  • Sammi (Hebrew) - His name is God [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of the nickname Sammy, and probably related to Samantha as well. Another way of spelling the diminutive of either name.

  • Simcha - Joyous
  • Terry (Germanic) - Ruler of the people [English speaking countries]

    From the name Thierry (Germanic for "ruler of the people") or a pet form of Terence (Latin name of uncertain origin) or Theresa (meaning "harvester").

  • Tyndaris (Greek)
  • Zebra
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