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Aberforth m Literature
Variant of Aberford, a village in West Yorkshire, meaning "Eadburg's ford" in Old English. This was the name of schoolmaster Albus Dumbledore's more eccentric brother in J. K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' books, released between 1997 and 2007.
Atrianu m Sicilian
Variant of Adrianu.
Bush m English
Transferred use of the surname Bush.
Carlot f Literature
A character in the 1987 science fiction novel The Smoke Ring by Larry Niven.
Cather f Literature, English (Rare)
As an English name, it is probably a short form of Catherine.... [more]
Ceyx m Greek Mythology (Rare)
Meaning unknown. In Greek mythology, Ceyx was the husband of Alcyone. After he was killed in a shipwreck, his wife threw herself into the water, but the gods saved her and turned them both into kingfishers.
Dogbert m Popular Culture
The name of Dilbert's dog in the comic strip DILBERT.
Door f Literature
One of the main characters in Neil Gaiman's novel Neverwhere.
Eleven f & m Popular Culture, English
Old English endleofon, from the base of one + a second element (probably expressing the sense ‘left over’) occurring also in twelve; of Germanic origin and related to Dutch and German elf.
Elidan f Literature
In Gillian Bradshaw's HAWK OF MAY series, Elidan is the name of the character typically named Elaine.
Ezri f Popular Culture
Meaning unknown. Ezri Dax is a character on the television series Deep Space Nine.
Fenchurch f Literature
Means "church in the fenny or marshy ground". Fenchurch is a character in So Long, And Thanks For All the Fish by Douglas Adams.
Fenny f Literature
Diminutive of Fenchurch.
Fili m Literature, Germanic Mythology
Name of one of the dwarves in The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Brother of Kili.... [more]
Fluffy m & f Pet, Literature
In HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S/PHILOSOPHER'S STONE, Fluffy was the monstrous guard dog.
Gavving m Literature
Gavving is a corruption of Gavin. He is a character from Larry Niven's INTEGRAL TREES and SMOKE RING, first in Quinn Tuft, and later in Citizen's Tree.
Gwynhwyfar f Literature
Gwynhwyfar is an alternate spelling of Gwenhwyfar, used by the author Gillian Bradshaw in her HAWK OF MAY series.... [more]
Halrloprillalar f Literature
Halrloprillalar (Prill for short) is a character from Larry Niven's book RINGWORLD. She is from the species that created the Ringworld, known as the engineers.
Hobbes m Popular Culture
Transferred use of the surname Hobbes.... [more]
Hook m Literature
As in Captain Hook, from Peter Pan.
Jims m Literature
The nickname of James Kitchener "Jims" Anderson, a minor character in the Anne of Green Gables series by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Jin m Picard
Picard form of Jean 1.
Jores m Norman
Cotentinais Norman variant of Jore.
Karnilla f Literature
Karnilla is the name of the Norn Queen, a character in Marvel Comics.
Kili m Literature, Germanic Mythology
Name of one of the dwarves in The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Fili's brother.... [more]
Kirayoshi m Popular Culture (Rare)
Meaning unknown. In the television show Deep Space Nine, Miles and Keiko O'Brien named their son Kirayoshi, although it was often shortened to Yoshi.
Kùnegùńda f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Kunigunde.
Lwaxana f Popular Culture (Rare)
Lwaxana Troi is a Star Trek character, mother of Star Trek: The Next Generation character Deanna Troi.
Miek m Literature
Miek is an alien who is one of the Warbound of the Green Scar (The Hulk). He was in Planet Hulk and WW Hulk.
Mirage f Popular Culture
From early 19th century, from French, from se mirer ‘be reflected’, from Latin mirare ‘look at’.
Moune f Haitian Creole (Rare), Literature (Rare)
Ti Moune is the protagonist in the musical ONCE ON THIS ISLAND.
Mushni m Svan, Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Svan noun მუშნი (mushni) or მუშანი (mushani) meaning "Svan".... [more]
Mushu m Popular Culture
A famous bearer is Mushu the dragon, from MULAN.... [more]
Nessarose f Literature
Combination of Nessa 1 and Rose. This is the name of the Wicked Witch of the East in Gregory Maguire's "Wicked" and its musical adaptation... [more]
Nikica f Slovene
Diminutive of Nikolaja via Nika 2, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Nobby m English (American), Literature
A common nikname and short form of Norbert.... [more]
October m & f Literature, Popular Culture, English
Derived from Latin octo , meaning eight. It was the name of the eighth month, and is now our tenth month. Ray Bradbury wrote a group of stories called "Octoberland." One of the characters is named October.
Park m Irish
Park - a pet name or nickname for Patrick of Irish origin.
Prairie f American (Rare)
From the English word for a flat treeless grassland, taken from French prairie "meadow". This was used by Thomas Pynchon for a character in his novel 'Vineland' (1990).
Racimiar m Polish
Variant of Racimir.
Rampion f Folklore
In some versions of Rapunzel, Rapunzel's name is Rampion, after the lettuce her father stole.
Rassilon m Popular Culture
Rassilon is the name of a Time Lord historic figure in Doctor Who. He appears in the episode THE FIVE DOCTORS and in THE END OF TIME.
Rerun m Literature
In Peanuts, Rerun is the younger brother of Lucy and Linus.
Romanadvoratrelundar f Popular Culture
This is the full name of one of the fourth Doctor's companions from the British TV series "Doctor Who", generally known as Romana. Although the first part is a real name, the rest was probably invented by the series' writers.
Romanca f Slovene
Diminutive of Romana, used as a given name in its own right.
Sary f English
Short form of Sarah.
Sharls m Literature
A corruption of Charles Sharls Davis Kendy is a computer in the books THE INTEGRAL TREES and THE SMOKE RING.
Snoopy m Popular Culture
In PEANUTS, Snoopy is the beagle. He is one of the major characters.
Starletta f American
Elaboration of Starlet. A notable bearer of this name is Ellen's friend in 'Ellen Foster', by Kaye Gibbons.
Théodwyn f Literature
The name of the sister of Théoden and mother of Éomer and Éowyn in "The Lord of the Rings"... [more]
Thrain m Norse Mythology, Literature
Derived from Old Norse Þráinn "yearner"... [more]
Thror m Norse Mythology, Literature
Means "thrive" in Old Norse.... [more]
Vision f & m American, Literature
Middle English (denoting a supernatural apparition) via Old French from Latin visio(n- ), from videre ‘to see.'
Warlock m English (Rare), Literature
This name is derived from the word of the same name, which is another name for a wizard. The word used to mean "traitor" or "oath-breaker" since the word is derived from a combination of Old English wærloga "traitor, liar, enemy, devil", which comes from wær meaning "faith, fidelity, a compact, agreement, covenant" (from Proto-Germanic *wera-, which then comes from Proto-Indo-European *were-o- meaning "true, trustworthy"), and an agent noun related to leogan meaning "to lie."... [more]
Yalith f Literature
The name of Noah's daughter in Madeleine L'Engle's Many Waters.
Yll m Literature
Yll is the name of a Martian in the story Ylla in the Martian Chronicles written by Ray Bradbury.
Zaphod m Literature
Zaphod Beeblebrox is a character from Douglas Adams' 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'. He is from the vicinity of Betelguese.