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IAfHistory
Meaning unknown. Saint Ia was a 5th-century Cornish virgin martyr, an Irish princess, according to popular tradition, who travelled to Cornwall as a missionary and was martyred on the River Hayle under Tudur Mawr, ruler of Penwith... [more]
IAfGreek, Georgian, Greek Mythology
Derived from Georgian ია (ia) meaning "violet", as in the spring flower (also see Violet). The Georgian name for the flower was probably derived from the Greek name for the flower, which is Ίον (Ion).
IAfJapanese
From Japanese 惟 (i) meaning "only", 唯 (i) meaning "ordinary, usual" combined with 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection" and 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia". Other kanji combinations are possible.
IACOVmRomanian
Romanian form of Jacob.
IADONmGeorgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Aëdon. Curiously, in Georgia it is a male name, rather than a female name.
IÆRPmOld Swedish
Reconstructed Old Swedish form of Jarpr.
IAFRImAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse variant form of Jǫfurr.
IAGORmGeorgian (Archaic)
Archaic Georgian form of Igor. This name has pretty much fallen out of use; Igor is now the modern, dominant form in Georgia, although that name isn't overly common either among native Georgians. In Georgia, the majority of men named Igor are Russians who have emigrated to Georgia.
IAKHSARImGeorgian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Iakhsari was a mythical hero in Georgian mythology who aided Kopala in his adventures of slaying demons and monsters.
IAKIMUmOld Church Slavic
Older Slavic form of Joachim.
IAKINFmRussian (Rare)
Variant form of Giakinf.
IAKINTEmGeorgian
Georgian form of Hyakinthos (see Hyacinthus).
IAKONIE:IENfMohawk
Notable bearer is Miss Indian World 2017-2018, Raven Iakonie:ien Swamp.
IAKOVmRussian
Older Russian form of Yakov via Old Church Slavic Iakovu, which in turn came from Biblical Greek Iakobos.
IAKOVOULAfGreek (Rare)
Feminine diminutive of Iakovos (see James).
IALDABAOTHmGnosticism, Hebrew, Phoenician Mythology
The first archon of darkness. In Hebrew, cabala, and Gnostic lore, Iadalbaoth is the demiourgos, occupying a position immediately below the "unknown Father". In Phoenician Mythology, he is one of the 7 elohim, creators of the visible universe... [more]
IAMBEfGreek Mythology
The name of the Greek goddess of humor and poetry.
IAMESmBiblical Greek, Biblical Latin
Form of James used in Greek and Latin bible.
ÍANmIcelandic
Icelandic form of Ian.
IANASSAfGreek Mythology
Ianassa was one of the nereides
IANDARAfTupí, Brazilian
Midday. Name of the singer, Iandara Brobecker. She is Swiss and Brazilian.
IANEIRAfGreek Mythology
The name of various characters in Greek mythology, among them one of the Nereids, a possible spouse of Capaneus and one of the many Oceanid daughters of Oceanus and Tethys who is said to have gathered flowers with Persephone when she was abducted by Hades.
IANNAfVarious
Feminine form of IAN, or variant of AYANNA or YANA.
IANNEOmItalian
Italian form of Jannaeus.
IANSÎNAfGreenlandic
Greenlandic form of Jensina.
IARDENm & fHebrew (Rare)
Variant of Yarden.
IARGÆIRRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of jara 'battle, fight' and geirr 'spear'.
IÁRNVIDIAfNorse Mythology
Means "she of Iron-wood" in Old Norse. In the Prose Edda Iárnvidia is a female troll who lives in Járnvid ("the iron wood"). She is sometimes identified with Angrboða.
IARSILARTEĸfGreenlandic
Meaning unknown.
IASIONmGreek Mythology
The name of a minor mythological figure, occasionally depicted as the springtime consort of Demeter. The meaning of the name Iasion is unknown, but it has occasionally been suggested to mean "bindweed".
IASISfGreek Mythology
From Greek mythology, the name of one of a group of spring nymphs whose waters were believed to cure aches and pains. The name Iasis may come from the root ιατρός (iatros) meaning "healer" or from the related word ίασης (iasis), meaning "cure, remedy, healing".
IASMINAfRomanian
Romanian variant of Jasmine.
IASMINEfGreek, English
Greek form of Jasmine and also an English variant.
IASOfGreek Mythology
A minor goddess of curing ailments, one of the daughters and attendants of Asklepios. Her name comes from the word ίασης (iasis), meaning "cure, remedy, healing".
İASONmTurkish
Turkish form of Jason.
IASÓNmIrish
Biblical Irish form of the name Jason, which appears in both The Acts and Romans in the Irish language bible.
IASONASmGreek, Lithuanian (Rare)
Greek variant of Iason as well as Lithuanian variant transcription of Jasonas
IASONImGeorgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of the Greek name Iason (see Jason). This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as Iason is now the dominant form in Georgia.
IASONIKEfAncient Greek
From iasis "healing, cure, remedy" and nike "victory".
IASSAfAncient Greek
"from Iasos"
IASYRmDungan
Variant of Yasyr.
IAUmWelsh
Welsh form of Jupiter.
IAZÚAfSpanish, Native American
Meaning unknown, perhaps of Indigenous American origin. This name is borne by Mexican actress Iazúa Laríos.
IBARAfJapanese
From Japanese 棘 (ibara) meaning "thorn". Other kanji or kanji combinations can form this name as well.
IBBAfSwedish (Rare)
Modern form of Ybba.
IBBÁfSami
Sami form of Ibba.
IBBELTJEfDutch
Ibbeltje is a character created by Dutch author Annie M.G. Schmidt, in her series by the same name. It is a diminutive of Isabel.
IBBOTfManx, Medieval English
Manx diminutive of Isabel.
IBBYfEnglish
Nickname for Isabel.
IBENfDanish, Norwegian
Feminine form of Ib.... [more]
IBIRONKEfAfrican
Nigerian meaning 'you are to be cared for and pampered' or 'family has someone to care for.'
IBISf & mSpanish (Rare), Italian (Rare), English (Rare)
From Latin ibis, from Ancient Greek ἶβις ‎(ibis‎), from Egyptian hbj, referring to any of various long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae, having long downcurved bills used to probe the mud for prey such as crustaceans.
IBISHmAzerbaijani
Azeri diminutive of Ibrahim.
IBIYEm & fAfrican
An ancient Kalabari meaning Good mainly used as a prefix.
IBIZAfAmerican (Hispanic, Rare)
From the name of the Spanish island located in the Mediterranean Sea off the east coast of Spain.
IBOmTurkish, Arabic
Diminutive of Ibrahim.
IBÓNmBasque
Ibón is the Aragonese term for small mountain lakes of glacial origin in the Pyrenees, generally above 2,000 m. Ibón stems from the Basque word ibai (river), which originally designated hot springs.
IBÓNmAragonese
Aragonese version of Ivo.
IBONEfBasque (Modern)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque form of Yvonne.
IBONIAMASIBONIAMANOROmLiterature
One of the main characters in the Ibonia, an epic poem that has been told in various forms across the island of Madagascar for at least several hundred years.
IBOYAfDutch
Allegedly derived from Hungarian Ibolya.
IBRAAHIIMmSomali
Somali form of Abraham.
IBRAAHIMmSomali
Somali form of Abraham.
IBRAAHINmSomali (Archaic)
Somali form of Abraham, now perhaps archaic. This name was borne by Ibraahin Adeer (ruled late 17th century to mid-18th century), the first sultan of the Sultanate of the Geledi, a Somali kingdom that ruled parts of the Horn of Africa from the late 17th century to 1910.
IBRAGIM-BEKmChechen
Combination of Ibragim and the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".
IBRAHIIMmSomali (Archaic)
Somali form of Abraham, now perhaps archaic.
İBRAIMmCrimean Tatar
Crimean Tatar form of Ibrahim.
IBRAMmEnglish
Possibly a variation of Abram influenced by Ibrahim. It is most often associated with Russian-American sculptor Ibram Lassaw.
IBRICAmBosnian
Nickname for Ibrahim.
IBROHIMmUzbek, Tajik
Uzbek and Tajik form of Ibrahim.
IBSITUUfOromo
Meaning "Light".
IBTIm & fArabic
short from Ibtisam
IBTISSAMfArabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi variant of Ibtisam (chiefly Moroccan).
IBTISSEMfArabic (Maghrebi)
Variant of Ibtisam (chiefly Algerian and Tunisian).
IBUfIndonesian
"mother", Bahasa Indonesia
IBUfJapanese
From Japanese 愛 (i) meaning "love, affection" combined with 舞 (bu) meaning "dance". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
IBUKIm & fJapanese
From Japanese 勇 (ibu) meaning "brave", 唯 (ibu) meaning "ordinary, usual", 美 (ibu) meaning "beautiful", 息 (ibu) meaning "breath", 聖 (ibu) meaning "holy, sacred" or 雪 (ibu) meaning "snow" combined with 吹 (ki) meaning "to blow (such as an instrument)"... [more]
IBUKUNfYoruba
Means "blessings; an addition" in Yoruba. It is often used as a short form for names starting with Ibukun.
IBWEmShona
Means "stone builder".
ICAfRomanian
Short form of Vasilica
ÍCARmCatalan
Catalan form of Icarus.
ICAREmFrench
French form of Ikaros (see Icarus).
ICARIAfItalian
Feminine form of Icaro.
ICARIUSmLate Roman
The father of Penelope, or an alternative spelling for Icarus.
ÍCAROmSpanish (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Spanish and Portuguese form of Ikaros (see Icarus).
ICAROmItalian
Italian form of Ikaros (see Icarus).
ICCAUHTLImNahuatl, Native American
Nahuatl and Native American name meaning "younger brother".
ICEf & mPopular Culture (Rare), Various
From the English word that denotes water frozen to a solid state. A real bearer of this name is Thomas Ice. A fictional bearer of this name is Ice, a DC comic book superheroine.
ICELf & mAmerican, English (Australian)
Unknown. Possibly of Germanic origin. Icel of Mercia was a Anglican king in Britain in ~510-535. This king was possibly the source of J.R.R Tolkin's character Isildor. Some research suggests that it is related to Isolde of the Tristan and Isolde legend... [more]
ICELANDfEnglish (American, Modern, Rare)
From the name of the European country.
ICELYNfEnglish (American, Rare), Various
Apparently a combination of Ice and the popular name suffix lyn, perhaps influenced by Iceland.... [more]
ICESESfEnglish (American, Modern)
Extremely rare variant of Isis, possibly influenced by the English word ice.
ICHIm & fJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" or from Japanese 依 (i) meaning "rely on, be set in" combined with 稚 (chi) meaning "young, immature, childhood". Other kanji or kanji combinations can also form this name.
ICHIBAmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 馬 (ba) meaning "horse". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHIEImJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 榮 (ei) meaning "reflection, projection". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible. ... [more]
ICHIGOm & fJapanese (Modern), Popular Culture
As a masculine name, this name combines 一 (ichi, itsu, hito-, hito.tsu) meaning "one" with 吾 (go, a-, waga-, ware) meaning "I, my, one's own," 悟 (go, sato.ru) meaning "perceive, realise, understand," 護 (go, mamo.ru) meaning "safeguard, protect," 期 (ki, go) meaning "date, period, term, time" or 五 (go, itsu, itsu.tsu) meaning "five."... [more]
ICHIHAfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 葉 (ha) meaning "leaf". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHIHANAfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 花 (hana) or 華 (hana) which both mean "flower". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHIHEImJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 平 (hei) meaning "calm, peaceful". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
ICHIHIMEfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 姫 (hime) meaning "princess". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
ICHIJUmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" or 市 (ichi) meaning "market" combined with 寿 (ju) meaning "longevity, long life" or 樹 (ju) meaning "tree". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
ICHIKAf & mJapanese
From Japanese 愛 (ichi) meaning "love", 以 (i) meaning "compared to", 依 (i) meaning "rely on, be set in", 維 (i) meaning "to tie; to fasten; to tie up", 衣 (i) meaning "clothing", 育 (i) meaning "produce, give birth to", 一 (ichi) or 壱 (ichi) both meaning "one", 希 (ichi) meaning "hope, rare", 初 (i) meaning "beginning, start, first", 唯 (i) meaning "just, only, simply", 葉 (ichi) meaning "leaf" or 苺 (ichi) meaning "strawberry", 知 (chi) meaning "to know", 千 (chi) meaning "thousand", 智 (chi) meaning "knowledge, wisdom" combined with 華 (ka) or 花 (ka) both meaning "flower", 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good", 果 (ka) meaning "pieces of fruit", 樺 (ka) meaning "Japanese white birch", 愛 (chika) meaning "love, affection", 夏 (ka) meaning "summer", 伽 (ka) meaning "temple", 可 (ka) meaning "passable", 歌 (ka) meaning "song, poem", 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance", 風 (ka) meaning "wind", 翔 (ka) meaning "soar, glide", 加 (ka) meaning "add, addition, increase", 圭 (ka) meaning "jade pointed at top", 彩 (chika) meaning "colour", 誓 (chika) meaning "swear, pledge", 絵 (ka) meaning "picture, painting, drawing, sketch" or 綺 (ka) meaning "elegant, beautiful"... [more]
ICHIKIm & fJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 樹 (ki) meaning "tree" or 姫 (ki) meaning "princess". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
ICHIKOfJapanese
Means "first born"
ICHIMARUmJapanese
"Incarnation of One", "First Incarnation", "First Circle", "Circle of One"
ICHIMIfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 海 (mi) meaning "sea, ocean", 三 (mi) meaning "three", 実 (mi) meaning "fruit, good result, truth" or 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
ICHINEfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHINIKOfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one", 二 (ni) meaning "two" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHINOSEmJapanese
"Position of current" (ichi no se) in Japanese.... [more]
ICHIOmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 雄 (o) meaning "male". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHIRINfJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) "one" and (rin) "ring, link."
ICHIRŌmJapanese
Variant transcription of Ichirou.... [more]
ICHIRŌBEImJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one", 郎 (rou) meaning "son" combined with 平 (bei) meaning "peace, flat". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHIRŌTAmJapanese (Rare)
This name combines 一 (ichi, itsu, hito-, hito.tsu) meaning "one" or 市 (shi, ichi) meaning "market" & 郎 (ryou, rou, otoko) meaning "son" or 朗 (rou, aki.raka, hoga.raka) meaning "bright, cheerful, clear, merry" with 太 (ta, tai, futo.i, futo.ru) meaning "big, plump, thick."... [more]
ICHISUKEmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" or 市 (ichi) meaning "market" combined with 助 (suke) meaning "assistance". Other kanji combinations can also make up this name.... [more]
ICHITAmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" or 市 (ichi) meaning "market" combined with 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big". This name can also be formed of other kanji combinations. ... [more]
ICHITAROUmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one", 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ICHITOmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation. Other kanji combinations are also possible.
ICHIYAmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 也 (ya) meaning "also". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
ICHIYUUmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 勇 (yuu) meaning "brave", 幽 (yuu) meaning "dark", 祐 (yuu) meaning "divine intervention, protection", 遊 (yuu) meaning "to play" or 雄 (yuu) meaning "hero, manly"... [more]
ICHIZOmJapanese
Different spelling of Ichizou.
ICHIZOUmJapanese
From Japanese 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 三 (zou) meaning "three". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
ICÍARfBasque
Means "high point facing the sea".
ICIEfEnglish
Diminutive of Berenice. Used in America in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
ICKAfLow German, East Frisian
Feminine form of Icko.
ICKEm & fGerman, Low German (Archaic), East Frisian (Archaic)
Icke is a nickname for people from Berlin alluding to the Berlin dialekt word Icke (High German Ich) "I".... [more]
ICKEAfEast Frisian, Low German
Clearly feminine form of Icke.
ICKOmLow German, East Frisian
Short form of names built from the name element AG "edge (of a sword)" like Ekkehard.
ICOmPopular Culture
Ico is the name of the protagonist in the Japanese action-adventure game 'Ico', developed by Team Ico (named after the game) and Sony Computer Entertainment. Ico is a young boy who was born with horns, which his village considers a bad omen... [more]
ICOVELLAUNAfCeltic Mythology
meaning is unknown, name of a Celtic water goddess
İÇTENm & fTurkish
Means "devout, sincere" in Turkish.
ICUŢAfRomanian
Meaning unknown.
ICYfEnglish
Variant of Icie. The spelling was perhaps influenced by the English word "icy" meaning "pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice; cold; frosty; or characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence".
ÍDAfIcelandic
Icelandic form of Ida.
IDAfIrish (Anglicized)
Anglicized form of Íde.
IDAfSanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Marathi, Nepali
MEANING - speech, Goddess of speech ( Saraswati), earth, heaven, refreshment, food, vital spirit, offering ... [more]
IDABELLEfEnglish
Combination of Ida and Belle, perhaps influenced by Isabelle.
IDABERGAfOld High German
Old High German variant form of Iduberga.
IDABRITTfSwedish (Rare)
Very rare combination of Ida and Britt.
IDAEAfGreek Mythology
Ancient Greek for "from mountain Ida".
IDAHOmAmerican (Rare)
From the name of a state in the United States of America. The name of the state was made in the early 1860s, when the United States Congress was considering organizing a new territory in the Rocky Mountains, eccentric lobbyist George M. Willing suggested the name "Idaho", which he claimed was derived from a Shoshone language term meaning "the sun comes from the mountains" or "gem of the mountains".
IDAIfShona
Means "love them".
IDAIAfGreek Mythology
In Greek mythology, the name of a minor nymph. The name Idaia is probably taken from her home, Mt Ida.
IDALAHfAmerican (Rare, Archaic)
From an Old Testament place name, Yidh’alah in the original Hebrew, which means either "memorial of God" or "the hand of slander, cursing" or "snares".
IDALIfSwedish (Modern, Rare)
Probably a combination of Ida and the popular name suffix -li (compare Novalie).
IDALIAfDutch, English (Rare), Polish, Spanish, Italian, Greek Mythology
Originally a medieval short form of names beginning with the Old Frankish element idal, an extended form of Old Frankish id, perhaps meaning "work, labour" (cf. Ida). It was borne by the heroine of Polish writer Juliusz Słowacki's play Fantazy (1841, published 1866).... [more]
IDALIAHfEnglish (Rare)
Either a blend of Ida and Daliah or a variant spelling of Idalia.
IDALINAfEnglish (Rare), Portuguese (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian (Rare)
Combination of Ida with the popular suffix -lina.
IDALMAfSpanish Italian Germanic
Composed from the names Ida (hard work ) Germanic and Alma (soul) Spanish, Italian,its meaning is possibly : Hard working soul
IDAMAJAfSwedish (Rare)
Combination of Ida and Maja.
IDAMARIEfEnglish
Variant of Idamaria. Combination of Ida and Marie.
IDANIAfSpanish (Latin American)
Possibly an elaboration of Ida or a variant of Idonea or a feminized form of Idan.
IDANNEfFrench (Modern, Rare)
French feminine form of Idan.
IDARmNorwegian, Swedish, Danish
Norwegian, Swedish and Danish name with the combination of "industrious" and herr "army". It can also be a masculine form of Ida.
IDASmGreek Mythology
In The Iliad, Idas kidnapped Marpessa, who was loved by Zeus. When Zeus made Marpessa choose between them she chose Idas.
IDBURGfAncient Germanic
Old Saxon combination of idis "woman", "virgin" and burg "castle".
IDDAfGerman (Swiss)
Variant form of Ida.
IDDEmWest Frisian
Variant of Ide.
IDDOmBiblical
Father of Ahinadab, one of the twelve commissariat officers appointed by Solomon in so many districts of his kingdom to raise supplies by monthly rotation for his household.
IDEmWest Frisian
Frisian masculine form of Ida as well as a variant form of Ede.
IDEfFrench, Basque
French and Basque form of Ida.
IDÉAfLouisiana Creole
Likely an elaboration of French Ide and Ida.
IDELETTEfFrench (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
French diminutive of either Ide (which is the French form of Ida) or Idelinde.... [more]
IDELLfEnglish
Variant of Idella.
IDELMAfItalian
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
IDEMAYfMedieval English
Medieval English form of Old English *Idmæg.
IDENm & f?
IDETTEfFrench (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
French diminutive of Ide, which is the French form of Ida. You might perhaps also want to compare Odette, which is the diminutive of a similarly short name.
IDEYmSoviet, Russian
Masculine form of Ideya. This name was used by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
IDEYAfSoviet, Russian
Derived from the Russian noun идея (ideya) meaning "idea, thought, notion". This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names, possibly in reference to the word идеология (ideologiya) meaning "ideology" or to communist ideas, concepts or ideals in general.... [more]
IĐGAmSami
Sami name of unknown origin and meaning.
IDGARmEnglish
Variant of Edgar.
IDIfIndian
Name - Idi , Idy इदि ... [more]
IDIEBIMOf & mIjaw
Meaning "TAKE CARE OF ME"
IDILfTurkish
Turkish feminine name derived from idil "idyll".... [more]
IDILfSomali
Somali form of Idil.
IDILIf & mAmharic
Means "luck, opportunity" in Amharic.
IDINAfEnglish, Hebrew
Possibly related to Adina.... [more]
IDITfHebrew
Means "ground" or "soil" in Hebrew.
IDITHfHebrew
Variant transcription of Idit.
IDLIRAGIJENGETmNew World Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Idliragijenget is the god of the ocean.
IDOmHebrew
Hebrew form of Iddo.
IDOINEfMedieval French
Possibly a French cognate of Idonie.
IDOLFmSwedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of "industrious" and ulfr "wolf".
IDONAEfEnglish (Archaic)
An Old English name that later became Idonea, possibly to feminise it. 19th century author Charlotte Mary Yonge writes that the derivation of Idonae from Iðunn is almost certain, noting that although Idonae may be "the feminine of the Latin idoneus (fit), its absence in the Romance countries may be taken as an indication that it was a mere classicalizing of the northern goddess of the apples of youth.
IDONNAfAmerican (Rare), Filipino (Rare)
Most likely a combination of the letter I and the name Donna.
IDORmSwedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of "industrious" and þórr "thunder".
IDORAfCroatian
Contracted form of Isadora. Famous bearer is Croatian figure skater Idora Hegel (born 1983).
IDOSŁAWmPolish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish idę "I am going" (though it literally means "I go"), which is derived from Polish iść "to go, to walk" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic it'i "to go")... [more]
IDOSŁAWAfPolish
Feminine form of Idosław.
IDRAfAncient Aramaic
Means "fig tree" in Aramaic.
IDRIESmArabic
Variant of Idris.
IDRISSmWestern African, Arabic (Maghrebi)
Western African and Maghrebi form of Idris.
IDRISSAmWestern African
Western African form of Idris. Idrissa Mandiang (commonly known as Idris) is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays for Boavista as a defensive midfielder.
IDSmWest Frisian
Variant of Ide. A well-known bearer of this name is the Dutch-Frisian speed skater Ids Postma.
IDUBERGAfOld High German
Old High German variant of Idburg.
IDUNAfNorse Mythology, Popular Culture
Form of Iðunn and Idun. This is also the name of Queen Iduna, the mother of Elsa and Anna from the animated film "Frozen".
IDZImPolish
Polish cognate of the English name Giles. Name days: January 10, February 7, April 23, May 14 and September 1.
IDZIMIRmPolish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish idzie "he goes", which is derived from Polish iść "to go, to walk" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic it'i "to go")... [more]
IDZIMYSŁmPolish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish idzie "he goes", which is derived from Polish iść "to go, to walk" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic it'i "to go")... [more]
IDZISŁAWmPolish
The first element of this name is derived from Polish idzie "he goes", which is derived from Polish iść "to go, to walk" (which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic it'i "to go")... [more]
IDZISŁAWAfPolish
Feminine form of Idzisław.
IDZUKIm & fJapanese
From Japanese 芋 (i) meaning "a potato; a sweet potato; a taro; a yam" combined with 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon". Other kanji combinations are possible.
IECHONIASmHebrew (Hellenized), Biblical Greek
Hellenized form of the Hebrew given name יְכָנְיָה‎ (Yekonyahu), which is a variant (or altered) form of Jehoiachin.
IEHOVAmRomanian
Romanian form of Yahweh.
IEMm & fWest Frisian (Rare)
Short form of Ieme and related names, such as Iemke.
IEMANJÁfAfro-American Mythology, New World Mythology
Portuguese Brazilian variant of Yemaja, also used in Uruguay. In many Afro-American religions she is the Goddess of the Ocean, also the Mother Goddess and patron of women.
IEMEm & fWest Frisian (Rare)
Variant spelling of Ime(2). This given name is more commonly found on males than on females.
IEMIMAfBiblical Greek, Biblical Latin
Form of Jemima in Latin and Greek Bible.
IEMKEm & fWest Frisian (Rare)
Variant form of Imke. But in other words, you could also say that this name is a diminutive of Ieme.
IEMONmJapanese
This name combines 伊 (i, kare) meaning "that one" or 猪 (cho, i, inoshii) meaning "boar" with 右衛門/右エ門 (uemon) (see Uemon).... [more]
IENJEfDutch, West Frisian
Means "small one". From ien West Frisian word for "one".
IEREMIAmGeorgian (Rare), Romanian
Romanian and modern Georgian form of Yirmiyahu (see Jeremiah). Also compare Eremia, an older Georgian form of the name.
IEREMIYAmRussian
Russian form of Yirmiyahu (see Jeremiah) via its Biblical Greek form Ieremias.
IERMUmMaltese (Rare)
Maltese form of Elmo.
IERNEfEnglish (Rare)
Anglicized form of Eireann (compare Erin, Ériu). This was the middle name of Dolly Wilde (1895-1941), niece of the Irish writer Oscar Wilde.
IERÓIMmIrish
Irish form of Jerome.
IERONIMmRomanian, Russian
Romanian and Russian form of Jerome.
IERONYMOSmGreek (Rare)
Modern Greek form of Hieronymos (see Jerome).
IESmDutch, Limburgish
Dutch and Limburgish short form of mainly Isidoor. In some instances, it is also a short form of Israel and Izaäk.