Random Names

Male Names
  • Aldwyn (English) - Wise friend
  • Aravindhan (Indian,Sanskrit) - Lotus; One with beautiful eyes; One of the many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Aric (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English speaking countries]
  • Bikarma (Indian) - A variant of name Bikram which means Prowess, Ability, Skill and Expertise
  • Coburn (English) - Surname and place name.
  • Dawson (English) - Surname. Variant of David beloved.
  • Dijon (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    A variant of the name Dejohn, Dijon is also a well-known kind of mustard.

  • Dillon (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Durgadutt (Indian) - A gift of Goddess Durga
  • Efrain (Hebrew) - Fruitful [English and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Fanibhushan (Indian) - One of the many names of Lord Shiva
  • Fitzhugh (French) - Son of Hugh. Surname.
  • Hillocke (English) - From the small hill
  • Kandarpa (Indian) - Cupid; God of desires and wishes; Angel of Wishes; Cherub of desires
  • Keith (Gaelic) - Woods [English and Gaelic speaking countries]

    Keith was originally Scottish and probably came from a form of 'coillte' or 'ceiteach', meaning "woods".

    It might also have been influenced by Welsh 'coedwig' (forest), and even by Old English 'cuth' (knowledgeable).

    Keith is

  • Kshapesh (Indian) - The Moon; Lord of the Night; Bright, Radiant and Luminant Moon
  • Kundam (Indian) - Kundam means Pure
  • Lover Boy (French)
  • Luciano (Latin) - Light [English and Italian speaking countries]
  • Nash (English) - At the ash tree [English speaking countries]

    Famous bearers of Nash as a surname include mathematician John Nash, whose story was told in the film 'A Beautiful Mind' and 18th century English architect John Nash, who was responsible for the design of Marble Arch and the remodelling of Buckingham Pala

  • Neto (Greek) - Serious
  • Norberto (Germanic) - Bright north, famous north [English speaking countries]
  • Ollaneg (Spanish) - From Olney
  • Padmanabha (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Vishnu signifying his form with lotus in navel
  • Qeturah (Arabic) - Incense
  • Raajeev (Indian) - Blue lotus, One who rules all; Achiever; A varaint form of Rajeev or Rajiv which means striped in Sanskrit
  • Tremaine (Cornish) - Rock settlement [English speaking countries]
  • Valiant (English) - Brave
  • Vasilica (Romanian) - Pet form of Romanian Vasile, meaning king.
  • Wilfred (English) - A wish for peace [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Alaysha - Noble, Kind
  • Alejandra (Greek) - Defender [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish form of Alexandra.

    The name is borne by Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán.

  • Amalure (Hispanic) - Homeland
  • Amberly (English) - Amber [English speaking countries]

    Modern name combining Amber with Lee.

  • Araina (Latin) - (ah-RAY-nah) - Variant of Raina: Queen.
  • Aria (English) - Gentle music
  • Avaapya (Indian) - An ever achieving individual; clear and pure
  • Cathleen (Gaelic) - Pure [English speaking countries]
  • Chantal (French) - Place of stones [English and French speaking countries]

    At first a French family name. It came into use as a first name at the beginning of the 20th century.

  • Chetana (Indian) - The one full of consciousness
  • Deepakshi (Indian) - One who brings happiness in others life
  • Ellisha (English) - Variant of Elias which is the Greek form of Elijah.
  • Grendel
  • Ignacia (Spanish) - Fire
  • Izarre (Spanish) - Star
  • Krysten (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]
  • Lourdes (Basque) - Craggy slope [English speaking countries]

    Lourdes is a city in France where the Virgin Mary is believed to have revealed herself.

  • Mahakali (Indian) - A name of the Goddess Durga
  • Marrilynn (United States) - Bitter dwells by the sea tide
  • Mya (Greek) - Uncertain, perhaps mother or great one [English speaking countries]

    Modern respelling of Maia.

  • Nascha (United States) - An owl, wise like an owl
  • Nyoko (Japanese) - Combination of two Sanskrit words "Moha" means infatuation and "Mad" means intoxicated. Thus, it means intoxicated in infatuation.
  • Puloma (Indian) - Delighted; Happy; Joyous; Name of wife of the sage Bhrigu
  • Rickard - Variant of Richard powerful: strong ruler.
  • Sarabjeet (Indian) - One who won them all
  • Saruh (Indian) - A princess
  • Sela (Spanish) - Rock
  • Shelia (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    Shelia is probably most widespread as a coinage, derived from the name Sheila (itself a Gaelic cognate of Cecilia, from the Latin meaning "blind").

    Shelia could however be taken as a variant transcription of the Hebrew Sheliya, meaning "god

  • Tabatha (Aramaic) - Gazelle [English speaking countries]
  • Tonya (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
Gender Neutral Names
  • Aad (Indian) - aad in Islams means 'The man' and on the other hand in Sikhs it's a girl name meaning In the beginning
  • Amrit (Sanskrit) - Immortal; ambrosia; nectar [English and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Anna (Hebrew) - Grace; favour [Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Slovak and Armenian speaking countries]

    In a greater part of the world seen as a Latinate form of Hannah and used on females.

    On the Indian subcontinent it is considered masculine and derived from the Sanskrit, meaning 'grain'. There was also a king of East Anglia named Anna.

  • Arsha (Indian,Persian) - Persian - Man; Hindi - Prayer Ceremony; Also means from the Rishis
  • Baucis (Greek)
  • Brileigh (United States) - A made up name from Brianna and Riley. Means A strong and a brave person
  • Brooke (English) - A brook, stream [English speaking countries]

    Transferred use of the surname.

    Bearers include the actress Brooke Shields and philanthropist Brooke Astor.

  • Cally
  • Chandra (Sanskrit) - The moon; shining [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    In Hinduism, a son of Krishna and a name of Lakshmi.

  • Chellam (Indian) - A dear one
  • Chloe
  • Daisy
  • Dirce (Greek)
  • Gorbe Chow
  • Jordan (Hebrew) - Descend; flow down [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Jordan is the name of a country in the Middle East; it is also the name of the river that runs along Israel's eastern border in the Great Rift Valley. Jordan was in use as a male name in Europe by the Dark Ages, but it has recently become a popular choic

  • Kailyn (Gaelic) - Slender [English speaking countries]
  • Kyo (Japanese) - Kyo means Village or Unite
  • Lochan (Indian) - The eye, one who sees
  • Maki (Japanese) - Finnish meaning is Hill, while in Japanese Maki means True
  • Nimay (Indian) - The natural stream of water.
  • Pinky
  • Popeye
  • Rudd - Ruddy colored
  • Rylee (English) - Rye clearing [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Riley; popular on girls.

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

    Either a short form of Samantha or Samuel.

    Sam is a character in Stephenie Meyer's popular Twilight series of books. It is also the name of the lead character in John Hughes quintessential teen movie, starring Molly Ringwald, "Sixteen Cand

  • Stacey (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]

    This name could have also originated with the surname, Eustace.

  • Taru (Japanese) - A vast and huge sea of water
  • Travon (United States) - Fair town
  • Whitley (English) - White wood; white clearing [English speaking countries]
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