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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
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.
ASHTIf & mFarsi and kurdish
Ashti as a first name gives you a very independent nature, yet you are friendly, approachable, and generous.... [more]
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
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.
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.
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.
BASARABAf & mVlach
Derived from Basaraba
, which is the Vlach name for the historical region of Bessarabia. It is said to be the native land of the Vlach people.
The meaning of the name is, "Gift of God", but others believe it to be a combination of Evelyn and Beverly.
BORIŠAf & mVlach
Means "fighter", derived from Vlach boriti
meaning "to fight".
BROWNELLm & f?
This was American feminist Susan B. Anthony's middle name.
Name of the cacique of the Turabo region of Puerto Rico at the time of the arrival of Columbus.
CHENZIRAm & fZimbabwe
Other possible origins for this name include Arabic or Egyptian. Means "born while travelling".
In Modern Latvian, this is the word for "multicultural," however records indicate this was used as a female given name in 16th-century Latvia, in which case, it may have a different meaning altogether.
From a French surname derived from the Anglo-Norman word destrer meaning "warhorse".
Essentially means "good man", derived from Vlach dobro
Derived from Vlach drag
meaning "dear person". This name can also be the Vlach form of Dragoljub
It is a Kpelle Liberian name that is given to a female the stops problems between people. Basically a peace maker.
From the English word eagle
, ultimately from Latin aquila
. Also from the surname Eagle, originally a nickname for a lordly or sharp-eyed man.
Recorded in Christian Nubia in the Coptic alphabet in the 11th-12th century.
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”.
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".
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)
Latinizated feminine form of the Gaulish name Esvios
which potentially refers to the Esuvii Gaulish tribe, or the Gaulish god Esus
A famous bearer is Ezlynn Deraniyagala was the first female barrister of Sri Lanka, who also was a founding member of the country`s feminist movement.
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."
A lupine-inspired name created by Laure Eve for Fenrin Grace in her book The Graces.
The name of a millitary person, Gaje Gahe
Ghafran is an attributive name of prophet Muhammad. Its means absolution or salvation.
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.
Means "to grow, breed, foster, nurture" in Vlach.
Recorded in 16th-century Lithuania among the Tatar Muslim community, it is likely a Slavicized form of the Tatar Guli.
It really does come from a Miwok word, ha·t'ej, which means "press with the foot" or "make tracks."
HRISTAf & mVlach
Masculine deminutive for Christian and Christopher, and femine deminutive for Christina or Hristina on Serbian and Vlach.
Hristos means saviour on greek,and this is origin title of Jesus Christ. Hristandin have a meaning "Person who belive in Son of the God".
IGNJATIJAf & mVlach
Ignjatija is Vlach femine and masculine form of Ignatius. Ignatius mean fire in Latin.
Vlach for Serbian Ilija. Ilija is Serbian, Macedonian and Croatian for Elijah
This name comes from the Otomí culture, an indigenous ethnic group in Mexico. The name means "Crystal Clear"
JAHSHARAfJamaican (Modern, Rare)
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.
JOBEf & mIgede
Means "Give thanks" Alternative meanings are "Gratitude" or "Be grateful"
KAIm & fMelpa
This a Melpa(a tribe in Papua New Guinea) word for good.
KAINAATfArabic / Urdu / Pakistani
Muslim name used in the middle east and in Pakistan, it is an Arabic name and also a Urdu name. It means universe, not only space but the infinate universe.