Browse Submitted Names

This is a list of submitted names in which an editor of the name is Pie.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Alaw f Welsh
Derived from Welsh alaw "melody, tune; lily, water lily".
Annest f Welsh
Variant of Anest.
Awel f Welsh
Directly taken from Welsh awel "breeze; wind".
Betsan f Welsh
Welsh diminutive of Elizabeth.
Deio m Welsh
Short form of Dafydd.
Derwyn m Welsh
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Welsh derw "oak" or the obsolete Welsh element der(w) "true" and gwyn "white; fair; blessed".
Enlli f Welsh
Welsh feminine name taken from Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island in English) which is a small island off the Llŷn Peninsula in North West Wales. Enlli itself means "in the currents"... [more]
Galja f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Галя (see Galya).
Glain f Welsh (Rare)
Directly taken from Welsh glain "jewel". This name has been used since the 1920s.
Glenyce f English
Variant of Glenys.
Grisial m & f Welsh
Directly taken from Welsh grisial "crystal". This name has been in use since the late 19th century.
Grug f Welsh
Directly taken from Welsh grug "heather".
Hazelnut m English (American, Rare)
Comes from the English word hazelnut meaning "a round brown hard-shelled nut that is the edible fruit of the hazel".
Llio f Welsh
Originally a diminutive of Gwenllian, now sometimes used independently. The 15th-century Welsh poet Dafydd Nanmor sang poems to a girl called Llio. It was revived in the early 20th century.
Loveday f & m English (British, Rare), Medieval English, Cornish, Literature
Medieval form of the Old English name Leofdæg, literally "beloved day". According to medieval English custom, a love day or dies amoris was a day for disputants to come together to try to resolve their differences amicably... [more]
Mabli f Welsh
Welsh form of Mabel. It was coined circa 1900.
Madern m Medieval German
Madern Gerthener (1360/1370 – 1430) was a German stonemason and late Gothic architect.
Mai f Welsh (Rare)
Welsh form of May as well as a direct adoption of Welsh mai "(month of) May".
Mai f Breton
Breton contracted form of Mari 1.
Medeni f Welsh (Rare)
Derived from Welsh Medi "September" (originally "to reap, mow, crop") and geni "to be born".
Medi f & m Welsh
Means "September" in Welsh.
Menai f Welsh (Rare)
Locational name from the Menai Strait (Afon Menai), a river-like section of sea which separates the island of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) from the Welsh mainland. 'Menai' is probably connected to the name of the island, but the meanings of both are unknown... [more]
Meriadeg m Breton, Breton Legend
From an old Breton name composed of the elements mer "sea" and iatoc "forehead". Conan Meriadeg was the legendary founder of Brittany.
Osian m Welsh
Welsh form of Oisín.
Piscine m Literature
Pi's full name (from 'Life of Pi') is Piscine Molitor Patel and it means "swimming pool" in French.
Ritedda f Sardinian
Diminutive of Rita.
Rivo m Estonian
Variant of Riivo.
Sheogorath m Popular Culture
The name of the god of madness and creativity in the Elder Scrolls series of action role-playing open world fantasy video games.
Sidwell f & m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Sidwell.
Tugela f English (British, Rare)
From the Tugela river in South Africa, first used as an English girl's name in 1900 to commemorate the battle of Tugela Heights in the Boer War. 36 girls were given the name in the UK in 1900, but it became extremely rare after then.
Valmai f English (Rare), English (Australian, Rare), Welsh (Rare)
From the Welsh 'fel Mai' = like May. It was invented by best-selling Welsh author Allen Raine for her popular romance novel 'By Berwen Banks', (1899) in which Valmai is a main character: the meaning of her name is footnoted at the end of Chapter One... [more]
Ynyr m Welsh
Welsh form of Honorius.
Zennor m & f Cornish (Rare)
Name of a Cornish village derived from the local saint, St Senara. In current use.