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ABEEKUmGhana
Means "born on Wednesday".
ABELLm? (Rare)
From a surname which is a variant of Abel.
ADAmIdoma
Means "father" in Idoma.
ADHAVAmIndian/Tamil
Adhava is short form of Adhavan, which means Sun in Tamil language.
ADOLEmIdoma
Means "father of the house" in Idoma.
ADRYENm?
Variant of Adrian.
AETHERIUSm?
Name of two saints - Saint Aetherius of Auxerre and St. Aetherius, bishop of Lyons.
AFRODISIOmGalician/ Italian/ Spanish
Galician, Italian, Spanish form of Aphrodisius ( see Aphrodisios).
AKSHARITmModern (Modern)
Word originated from akshara
ALINmManchu
Means "mountain" in Manchu.
ALKINAf & m?
ALOISAf?
Variant of Aloisia.
ALORADmArabic (Maghreb)
Maghrebi version of Al-Horad. Most commonly used in the the 1700's among the poor.
ALYDEAf?
Variant of Alethea.
ALYOKmMordvin
Mordvin form of Alexander.
AMADELINEf? (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a blend of Amanda and Madeline.
AMAMAHfIslamic
Amamah is name originating from the Qua'ranic verse 33:72 referring to the trust God placed in mankind.
AMANZIm & f? (Rare)
Meaning water, cool and go’s with the flow like a wave
AMBRANSHmIndia
The history of the name "Ambransh" is none. its is the name that got deprived when two lovely parents of his decided to combine their names, Amber and Ansh, and ambransh was created. It is the only name in the world
AMYBETHfUnkown
Amybeth is a rare first name for girls it may have been last used since 1984
ANDRYUmMordvin
Mordvin form of Andrew.
ANJAYmSanksrit
Sanskrit name from Hindu Veda Epic Cycle, The Mahabharata.... [more]
ANKAfMordvin
Mordvin form of Anna.
ANNABETHAfEnglish(Rare)
Combination of Anna and Betha. Also a variant of Annabeth.
ANNACLAIREf?
Double name
ANNIRIDDHIfHindhi
Beautiful fortune
ANYA-KATIm & fIzere People of central Nigeria
Anya-Kati is an Izere given name for both male and female genders. Anya-Kati means "Favour" in English as its French équivalent "Faveur"
AQUILINEf?
Likely a form of Aquilina
ARESUf?
Possibly a variant of AREZOO (the Japanese form of ARES, not the Persian name), or a variant of ARISU, or from the Italian surname of unknown meaning.
ARTYOmMordvin
Mordvin form of Artyom.
ASHTIf & mFarsi and kurdish
Ashti as a first name gives you a very independent nature, yet you are friendly, approachable, and generous.... [more]
ASTALCHEfMari
Means "beauty" in Mari.
ASTRILm & f?
ASVIDAm & f?
ASWAm & fWest African
"One who moves through darkness toward the light." implies wisdom in knowing that compared to Allah, we will always be in darkness regardless of how bright we become
ATONGm & f?
ATSENmAfizere
Atsen which means"Visitor" is a male given name among the Afizere people of Nigeria. who are predominantly in Jos Plateau and Bauchi State Nigeria.
ATSImAfizere or Izere for short
Atsi is a popular Izere given name and sometimes used as surname among the Afizere (or Izere) people of Central Nigeria. Atsi in the Izere language means "Priest"
AUSPICIUSmLatin (?)
Auspicius of Trier was a 2nd century Christian saint.
AVRIALfFillipino
The meaning of this name has multiple but here’s just one- Intriguing, arousing the curiosity of others
AWUSUNGm & fSayawa
The name is from the sayawa tribe in Nigeria , meaning extremely Sweet and great.
AYALLAfAmerica
Variant of Ayala
AYBIfMari
Means "feminine" in Mari.
AYDASmKhakas
Means "healthy" in Khakas. The Khakas people are a Turkic ethnic group living in the Republic of Khakassia in Russia.
AYEBATONYEm & fIzon
Means "what God has destined" or "destiny" in Izon.
AYEBAYEm & fIzon
"God's own", "God's property"... [more]
AYLINfAmerican English + English (rare, Rare)
Possibly linked to the Spanish Aylín or the Turkish Aylin
AYLINTÁfWestern African (Senegal)
The name Aylintá comes from the West African nation of Senegal and means Bearer of Light or Bringer of Light.
AZAGBAmBenin
Means "born out of town".
BÁI-HǓm & fChinese Astronomy
Bái-Hǔ is a Xiang (象) one of the Four Symbols that include all the constellation of the Chinese System. Bái-Hǔ is known as The White Tiger of the West and is a mythological spirit creature linked with the west, the left and the fall/autumn season.
BANDIAm & f?
BÄRImAlsatian
Alsatian form of Albert.
BAWIm & fChin(Myanmar)
LORD or Upper Class
BECKSm & fEnglish (American)/Pop Culture (Modern)
Becks is the name of a main character on the Disney Channel television series Andi Mack. It can be considered a variation of the Beck.
BEDASIfMari
Mari form of Feodosiya.
BEKKYfEnglish(Modern)
Diminutive of Rebekka and also a variant of Bekki.
BENDISfThracian Mythology
Thracian goddess of the moon and the hunt.
BERSANTmKosovar
Meaning unknown at this moment in time. Also compare the somewhat similar-looking names Berkant (Turkish), Berzan (Kurdish), Birzhan and Baurzhan (both Kazakh).... [more]
BINAHfBobangi
Means "a dancer".
BROWNELLm & f?
This was American feminist Susan B. Anthony's middle name.
BULGIEm?
Alternate form of Bulgy.
CAGUAXmTaino (Archaic)
Name of the cacique of the Turabo region of Puerto Rico at the time of the arrival of Columbus.
CELESTf?
Variant of Celeste.
CHA KNOCK BAfAssiniboine
Means "sweet balm" in Assiniboine.
CHASKEmDakota
Means first born son
CHENZIRAm & fZimbabwe
Other possible origins for this name include Arabic or Egyptian. Means "born while travelling".
CHEYMARINAfMordvin
Means "cranberry" in Mordvin.
CHIKAPmAinu
Means "bird" in Ainu.
CHIVANmarm
from Persian, "young man"
CHOTKARmMari
Means "very strong" in Mari. This was the name of a Mari legendary hero.
CHOUMAfCambodian
Means: A girl that is refreshingly beautiful.
CLEOTILDEfGermanic
Variant transcription of Clotilde.
CRISTALDAfMythology Italian
A dithematic name formed from the Greek name element CHRIST "anointed" and the Germanic name element WALD "to rule".... [more]
DESTRIERm?
From a French surname derived from the Anglo-Norman word destrer meaning "warhorse".
DININImIjaw/ Ijaw
Meaning "mercy or pardon"
DJARONmGunai (Kurnai)
Warrior. Other languages (unknown) blue sky
DOMBIfsanssanskrit
MEANING - a kind of drama... [more]
DOROmMordvin
Mordvin form of Dorofey.
DRIGOmMordvin
Mordvin form of Gregory.
DUJONOUfKpelle Liberian
It is a Kpelle Liberian name that is given to a female the stops problems between people. Basically a peace maker.
DYNESTYf??? (Americanized, ?)
a line of hereditary rulers of a country.... [more]
EAGLEm?
From the English word eagle, ultimately from Latin aquila. Also from the surname Eagle, originally a nickname for a lordly or sharp-eyed man.
ECHANmMari
Mari variant of Aleksandr.
EDEYNEfNenets
Means "new woman" in Nenets.
EHIfIdoma
Means "Gift"
ELÁJf & mPwâla
One of the first Pwâla names assigned originally to Pwâ-Eláj. The name translates directly to “scholar” but also suggests “curiousity” and “intelligence”.
ELEKSEYmAltai
Altai form of Aleksei.
ELKImMiwok
Derived from Miwok elkini "to hang over the top of" or "to drape over", with the implied meaning "bear hanging intestines of people on top of rocks or bushes".
ELKIEfUnited Kingdom (Anglicized, Modern, Rare)
Stage name created for singer Elkie Brooks (Elaine Bookbinder) by her manager. Its a brilliant name. I don't know why it hadn't become popular.
ELLONEm & f?
ELOmMedieval Frisian
Likely a variant of Ele, recorded between the 11th and 13th centuries.
ELYKSANmMari
Mari variant of Aleksandr.
ENEfIdoma
Means "mother" in Idoma.
ENOBAfIdoma
Means "Mother of my husband" or "Mother-in-law"
EPKUVmKhanti, Mansi
Khanti and Mansi form of the masculine given name Efim.
ERIANTHEf?
Popularly claimed to mean "lover of flowers" (apparently due to association with Greek eran "to love, to be in love with"), it may actually mean "woolly-haired flower" from the botanical name eriantha, ultimately from Greek ἔριον (erion) "wool" and ανθος (anthos) "flower".
ESHNEfGaelic
Old Gaelic naming "little fire".
ESTILm & f?
ESUVIAfGaulish
Latinizated feminine form of the Gaulish name Esvios which potentially refers to the Esuvii Gaulish tribe, or the Gaulish god Esus.
EVANEfNenets
Means "orphan" in Nenets. This name was given to baby girls who were born after the death of their fathers.
EVDYUKmMari
Mari form of Evgeniy.
EVIKAfMari
Means "slender" in Mari.
EVTINmKhanti, Mansi
Khanti and Mansi form of Evgeniy.
FACEBOOKfEgyptian (Modern, Rare)
Inspired by the impact social media played in the #Jan25 revolution in Cairo's Tahrir Square, an Egyptian man reportedly named his firstborn daughter "Facebook."
FAURESTHIAfIvorian
From Cote d'Ivoire, queen of the meerkat tribe in French culture
FENRINmFictional (?)
A lupine-inspired name created by Laure Eve for Fenrin Grace in her book The Graces.
FIKILEfXitsonga
Means "arrived" in Xitsonga, one of the languages spoken in South Africa.
FINNLAfAlsatian
Alsatian form of Josephine.
FIROm & f?
FYRAf?
Variant of Fira.
GAJEm?
The name of a millitary person, Gaje Gahe
GANYAfMordvin
Mordvin form of Agafya.
GEMELLUSm?
a diminutive of geminus "twin".
GHAFRANmLebanese
Ghafran is an attributive name of prophet Muhammad. Its means absolution or salvation.
GINAfIndian and Pakistani
Means "princess" in Urdu.
GIOANNmPiedmontese
Piedmontese form of John.
GITHIKAfsinhala
MEANING - a little song
GITONGAmMeru Embu Gikuyu
This name is commonly used in Meru, Embu and Gikuyu regions in Kenya. The name means a rich man. The name has been passed from generation to generation since time in memorial. The cultures which usually name their male children after their grandparents-dead or alive intentionally do this to ensure the character or personality of the grandpa can be carried to the grandchildren.
GLADSONm? (Rare)
From a surname which may have been an English variant of the Scottish surname Gladstone
GREGORIANAfLatin
Latin form of Gregoria.
GÜSCHTImAlsatian
Alsatian form of August.
GUSHKLINmTlingit
Meaning, "dorsal fin screen."
HAKIm & f?
HARUKORmAinu
Means "one who has food" in Ainu.
HAŤEJfMiwok
It really does come from a Miwok word, ha·t'ej, which means "press with the foot" or "make tracks."
HEDVIGISfLatin
Latinized form of Hedwig.
HOJOfManchu
Manchu name of Mei
HO'NÉHEVOTOOMÁHEmCheyenne
Means "wolf robe" in Cheyenne.
HOSHIMUf & mJapanese Chinese
Comes from the Japanese Hoshi, meaning "star" and the Chinese Mu, meaning "military, martial".
HOTÓA'ÔXHÁA'ÊSTAESTSEmCheyenne
Means "tall bull" in Cheyenne.
HULICHANfEven
Meaning is "fox" in Even
HUNTYf & m?
IASYRmDungan
Variant of Yasyr.
IDALMAfSpanish Italian Germanic
Composed from the names Ida (hard work ) Germanic and Alma (soul) Spanish, Italian,its meaning is possibly : Hard working soul
IDENm & f?
IGNEYmNenets
Nenets form of Ignat (see Ignatius).
IGNISf & m?
Meaning unknown.
IHOTUfIdoma
Means "Love" or "Like"
ILHAfmanchu
Means "flower" in Manchu.
ILIPmMari
Mari version of the masculine given name Filipp.
IMEKANUfAinu
Ainu female name, borne most notably by a mythologist and poet (Japanese name: Kannari Matsu (金成 マツ)) credited with preserving numerous Ainu epics (Yukar).
IREDIAmBini Edo State Southwst Nigeria and language is Ishan
A common name that can be bear base on an event that predates birth (given to a child that stay after parent suffer a lot of child death).... [more]
IRIKOmNenets
Means "grandfather" in Nenets.
ISONASHmAinu
Means "great hunter" in Ainu.
ISONGKEf & mSouth south of Nigeria
It means nothing is impossible
ITSAImOtomi
This name comes from the Otomí culture, an indigenous ethnic group in Mexico. The name means "Crystal Clear"
IWAfAfizere
Iwa means "Eve" in the Izere language. which is Afizere language of Jos plateau Nigeria, West Africa
IYABODEfIjaw / Ijaw
Meaning "POVERTY HAS COME" IYA means poverty.
IZERGEmMari
Means "young son" in Mari.
IZImMari
Means "young" in Mari.
JAHSHARAfJamaican (Modern, Rare)
Religiously, Jah has been a signifier of God. In Sumerian mythology, Shara is a minor god of war. And in Hebrew, it is a verb meaning "she sings". Together, the name means that she endures the good and the bad and is able to keep positive through to the end.
JANITm & f?
JAROMARmPolabian (Archaic)
jaro = „very“; mar = „peace“... [more]
JESSALINEfHebrew-Welsh (Rare)
the name is derived from the Hebrew ‘Jessye’ meaning treasure or gift and the Welsh ‘Lynn’, meaning waterfall or lake. Therefore, one could translate this name as ‘Waterfall of Treasures’ or ‘Gift of the Lake’.
JIAfHindi and Urdu
Means "Heart, Spirit, Soul".
JOBEf & mIgede
Means "Give thanks" Alternative meanings are "Gratitude" or "Be grateful"
JOCEf & m?
JOISm & f?
JOUARGImSeselwa (Anglicized, Rare)
Means "Son of the stars."
JUMOmIrish-Scot
This is what we are searching for. see below in Notes.