Zorro m Literature, Popular Culture
in Spanish. This is the name of a masked vigilante created by writer Johnston McCulley in 1919 for a series of books, later adapted into movies and television.
Zrinka f Croatian
Possibly from Zrin
, the name of a village in Croatia, or from the noble Zrinski family that originated there.
Zubaida f Arabic, Urdu
Means "elite, prime, cream"
in Arabic. This was the name of a 9th-century wife of Harun al-Rashid, the Abbasid caliph featured in the stories of The 1001 Nights
Zula 2 f English
Meaning unknown. It has been in use since the 19th century. It is possibly related to the name of the African tribe that lives largely in South Africa, the Zulus. In the 19th century the Zulus were a powerful nation under their leader Shaka.
Zuleika f Literature
Meaning uncertain, possibly of Arabic origin. According to medieval tradition, notably related by the 15th-century Persian poet Jami, this was the name of the biblical Potiphar's wife. She has been a frequent subject of poems and tales.
Zuriel m Biblical
Means "my rock is God"
in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this name is borne by a chief of the Merarite Levites at the time of the Exodus.
Zviadi m Georgian
Form of Zviad
with the nominative suffix, used when the name is written stand-alone.
Žydrūnas m Lithuanian
From Lithuanian žydra
meaning "light blue"
(using the patronymic suffix ūnas