The name Milo is of uncertain derivation.
Of Germanic origin, adopted by the French as Milon, and established in English-speaking countries as Miles.
Milo might come from the German 'mild' (mild, peaceful, calm), which is d
Variant of Alaina or Alina.
St Alena was a Belgian martyr.
Slavic pet form of Maria. Marika is also a Japanese name for which the characters reading "jasmine" may be used.
Of uncertain etymology, Wanda is generally believed to be of Germanic origin, perhaps from 'vond' (wand, stem, young tree) or from Wend, a term denoting a member of the old Slavic people who now live in an enclave south of Berlin.
Zarya (ZAHR yah) is the Russian word for "sunrise."
Zaria or Zoria is the goddess of beauty in Slavic mythology. A once-popular goddess also associated with the morning, Zaria was known to her worshippers as "the heavenly bride." She was gr
In history, Zenobia of Palmyra was a North African queen descended from Cleopatra who campaigned through much of North Africa before being defeated by Rome.
Zenobia was the name of a character who drowned herself in Nathaniel Hawthorne's "B