An Irish form of William.
This name comes from the Germanic elements 'odal' ('prosperity, fortune') and 'ric' ('power'). It was the name of a 10th century saint.
Ulysses is the Latinized version of Odysseus.
18th President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, went by this name. At birth. his name was Hiram Ulysses Grant (Ulysses being chosen in homage to the mythological hero) and the prospect of
In the Bible Uriah is the husband of Bathsheba. He was put on the front lines of battle to guarantee his death, after which King David married Bathsheba.
In Hebrew lore, Uriel is one of the seven archangels.
Most common as a surname, Usher has gained recent popularity as a first name because of the R&B singer of that name.
Sanskrit name meaning "luminous or serene". Uma is also a name of the Goddess Parvati, derived from "U, ma!": "O (child), do not (practice austerities)!"
Una appears as a name in Spenser's "Faerie Queene," and her character is considered a personification of Truth and the Church. She is set up in opposition to the antagonist Duessa (from the Greek word for "two"), who is set up as the "False Church."
This adjective is sometimes used as a given name for either gender.
"Unknown" is used as a placeholder name by some governments when a name has not been selected for a child by a certain deadline. Though it appears on the U.S. Social Security Administration records and in the birth records of many countries, it is almost