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This is a list of submitted names in which an editor of the name is keepitreal.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Alera f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Aler.
Amhalghaidh m Irish (Archaic)
Borne by an early king of Munster, and an early king of Connacht. Can be anglicized as Auley or Awley.
Amisha f Indian, Hindi, Gujarati
Derived from Sanskrit आमिष (amiśa) meaning "lust, desire, longing".
Amiya m & f Indian, Bengali
Possibly derived from the Sanskrit word अमाय (amaya) meaning "free from deceit, guileless". A noted (male) bearer was Amiya Chandra Chakravarty (1901-1986), an Indian literary critic, academic and Bengali poet.
Amory m & f Literature, English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Amory.
Àngilu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Angelo.
Arnya f English (Australian, Rare), English (New Zealand, Rare), Popular Culture
Variant of Anya. Arnya Duchevnic was a character on the Australian 2001 situation comedy 'Flat Chat'.
Auley m Manx, Scots
Manx and Scots form of Olaf, from Old Norse Áleifr via Old Irish Amlaíb... [more]
Aven m English
Transferred use of the surname Aven.
Balin m Arthurian Cycle, Literature
The name was used in Arthurian legend by Sir Thomas Malory as the name of one of King Arthur's valiant knights. ... [more]
Bay f & m Medieval English, English
From the Middle English personal name Baye, from Old English Beaga (masculine) or Beage (feminine).... [more]
Bodie m English
Short form of Boden.... [more]
Breeanna f English
Variant of Brianna.
Brynton m English
Variant of Brinton, influenced by the name Bryn.
Budda m Anglo-Saxon
Old English name of uncertain meaning, perhaps related to Brythonic boud "victory". It coincides with an Old English word meaning "beetle" (and could be a byname derived from it).
Cadhan m Old Irish, Irish Mythology
Gaelic byname meaning "barnacle goose". In Irish legend Cadhan was a hero who slayed a monster with the help of his hound.
Caitee f English
Variant of Katie.
Callam m English
Variant of Callum.
Callia f Greek (Rare), Greek (Cypriot, Rare), English (Modern, Rare)
Alternate transcription of Κάλλια or Καλλία (see Kallia).
Candita f English
Variant of Candace and Candida.... [more]
Carlee f English
Variant of Carly.
Chayse m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Chase.
Chloee f English
Variant of Chloe.
Ciana f English
Feminine form of Cian.
Clae m English
Variant of Clay.
Cruize m English
Variant of Cruz.
Cwenhild f Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements cwen meaning "woman, wife; queen" and hild meaning "battle".
Daemon m Literature
Although in classical mythology, a "daemon" is said to be a malevolent spirit, recent use of this name is almost certainly derived from a literary source.... [more]
Decklen m English
Variant of Declan.
Deegan m English
Transferred use of the surname Deegan.
Ebonie f English
Variant of Ebony.
Elle f Judeo-French
Variant of Ella 1.
Feya f English (Rare)
Variant of the Scottish name Fia.... [more]
Findley m & f English
Variant of Findlay.
Gryffin m English
Variant of Griffin.
Halen m & f English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Halen.
Harran m Muslim
In Islamic tradition, this was associated with the name Aran 2, first mentioned in Genesis 11 as being the brother of Abram who became the patriarch Abraham... [more]
Jak m English
Variant of Jack.
Jalan m English
Variant of Jalen.... [more]
Jarrad m English
Variant of Jared.
Jarrah m Indigenous Australian, Nyungar
From the Nyungar word djarraly referred to a kind of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus marginata). Nyungar language is spoken in the southwest of Western Australia, near Perth.
Jenaya f English (Australian)
Variant of Janae, influenced by Jennifer.... [more]
Jenicka f English (Modern)
Spelling variant of Jennica, which is a modern name that was created by combining popular names Jennifer and Jessica.
Jeromy m English
Variant of Jeremy, influenced by the name Jerome.... [more]
Kaidyn m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Caden.
Kalindi f Indian, Hinduism
Sanskrit name meaning "sun".... [more]
Karis f English (Modern)
Variant of Charis, or sometimes Carys. Also compare Karissa.
Karley f English
Variant of Carly.
Kaya f Japanese
From Japanese 香 (ka) meaning "incense, perfume" or 果 (ka) meaning "fruit, reward" combined with Japanese 耶 (ya), a phonetic character. ... [more]
Kayleb m English
Variant of Caleb.
Kayli f English
Variant of Kaylee.
Keagan m & f English
Variant of Keegan.
Kirra f Indigenous Australian, English (Australian)
Kirra is a beach-side suburb on the Gold Coast in Queensland which has been popular with holidaymakers since the early 20th century. The name of the suburb is believed to be an Indigenous name, however the specific language and meaning are unknown... [more]
Kobi m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Coby.
Kurtus m English
Variant of Curtis.
Lieuwe m Dutch, West Frisian
Variant of Leeuwe. A famous bearer of this name is Lieuwe Westra (b. 1982), Dutch racing cyclist.
Mahila f Indian
Means "lady" in Hindi.
Mahlia f American (Rare)
The origin of this name is uncertain. It may be a variant of Mahalia or a variant of Malia.
Maksymilión m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Maximilian.
Manueli m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Manuele.
Marik m Popular Culture
Use of the name in the English-speaking world is heavily influenced by the Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh character, Marik Ishtar.... [more]
Mitchel m English
Variant of Mitchell.
Morrison m English (African, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Morrison. A famous bearer of the surname was Jim Morrison (1943-1971), lead singer of American rock band The Doors.
Neale m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Neale.
Pascha f Medieval English, Medieval Latin
From Latin pascha meaning "Easter, (feast of) Passover", itself from Ancient Greek πάσχα (pascha). This was traditionally given to girls born around Easter time.
Quenilda f Medieval English
Medieval form of Cwenhild, documented in 1332.
Quennell m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Quennell.
Sayane f Japanese
From Japanese 彩 (sa) meaning "colour", 也 (ya) meaning "also" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sea f English
English vocabulary and nature name meaning "body of salt water".
Shanay f English
Variant of Shanae.
Shanaye f English
Variant of Shanae.
Sharni f English (Australian)
Anglicization of Siani.
Shaya m Arabic, Hebrew
In Arabic, means "worthy, deserving". In Hebrew, likely the feminine form of Shay 2.
Shenae f English
Variant of Shanae. A known bearer of this name is Canadian actress Shenae Grimes (b. 1989).
Shontay f English
Variant of Chanté.
Shyloh m & f English
Variant of Shiloh.
Storme m & f Greenlandic, English
Greenlandic form of Storm, as well as an English variant.
Tahia f Arabic
Means "greeting, salutation" in Arabic.
Tahlah f English (Australian)
Origin uncertain; may be a variant of Tahlia.
Tenielle f English
Variant of Tenille.
Tenille f English
Variant of Tennille. Known bearers include Canadian country singers Tenille Townes (1994-) and Tenille Arts (1994-).
Tiarna f English (Australian)
Meaning unknown, possibly a variant of Tiana.
Tiarne f English (Australian)
Meaning uncertain. It may be a variant of Tiarna. It gained some popularity in Australia after rugby player Andrew Ettingshausen gave it to a daughter in the early 1990s.
Violett f English (Modern), Norwegian (Rare), Swedish (Rare), Hungarian (Rare), Afrikaans (Rare)
English variant and Swedish form of Violet as well as a Hungarian borrowing of French Violette. This name coincides with the Swedish word violett "purple (the color)".
Wylliam m English (Archaic), English (American, Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Modern, Rare)
In the English-speaking world, this is an archaic spelling of William, which is sometimes understandably perceived as a modern spelling of the name, due to the current trend of spelling traditional names differently.... [more]
Xuela f Literature
Named after the fictional character Xuela Claudette Richardson in the novel, "The Autobiography of My Mother", by Jamaica Kincaid. ... [more]
Yacine m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of Yasin chiefly used in Northern Africa.
Yani m Bulgarian, Greek
Variant of Yanni.
Zalka f Slovene
Originally a diminutive of Zala, used as a given name in its own right.