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This is a list of submitted names in which an editor of the name is deerskulls.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aidoneus m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is probably derived from Greek αἰδώς (aidōs), which can mean "reverence, awe, respect" as well as "shame". Also compare Greek αἰδέομαι (aideomai) meaning "to be ashamed"... [more]
Airi f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a borrowing of Finnish Airi 2 and a variant of Aili.
Anael m & f Judeo-Christian-Islamic Legend, Biblical, Hebrew
Biblical Hebrew name of uncertain meaning, possibly "God answers" (making it an equivalent of Anaiah, using el "God" as the second element as opposed to yah "Yahweh"); alternatively the first element may be related to chanah "favour, grace" (making it a relative of Hananiah and perhaps a form of Hanniel or Channiel)... [more]
Anevay f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Modern name of unknown meaning. It is likely invented, perhaps based on the sounds found in other names such as Nevaeh.... [more]
Aðalbjörk f Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse elements aðal "noble" and björk "birch tree".
Capricorn m Astronomy
From Latin Capricornus meaning "horned like a goat" (from caper, genitive capri "goat" and cornu "horn"), a loan-translation of Greek Aigokheros, the name of the constellation... [more]
Crowe m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Crowe.
Edea f Italian (Modern, Rare)
Of very uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
Eiri m Japanese
Possibly means "crystal" or "village".
Hisoka m & f Japanese
Hisoka is a name and word that literally means "Reserved,Secretive", and maybe "Secret" in Japanese. It is more often used for boys,but Ayaka Hibiki is a Japanese stage actress that was given this name.
Hongvi f & m Hopi
Means "strong" in the Hopi language. ... [more]
Ischa m & f Dutch
Possibly derived from Isaac. A famous Dutch bearer was Ischa Meijer, a Jewish journalist, author, actor and television presenter. In his case, Ischa was short for Israel.
Joceran m Medieval French
From the Germanic element gaut "Geat, Goth" (and possibly influenced by Latin gaudium "joy, delight") combined with hram "raven".
Kaleida f Obscure (Modern)
Perhaps based on the English word kaleidoscope, coined in 1817 by its inventor, Sir David Brewster (1781-1868), from Greek kalos "beautiful" with eidos "shape" and the suffix scope (to resemble the word telescope); its literal meaning is "observer of beautiful forms".... [more]
Makkapitew m Algonquin
Means "he has large teeth" in Algonquin, from Algonquin mamàngàbide "to have large teeth".
Miette f French (Archaic), French (Belgian, Rare), Flemish (Rare)
Obsolete diminutive of Marguerite. In this day and age the name coincides with the French word miette "crumb" (which is also used as a term of endearment for children).
Sofiel f Judeo-Christian-Islamic Legend
Perhaps a variant of Zophiel, or possibly means "nature" as Sofiel was an angel of nature and vegetables and fosters a love of nature in human hearts; also an angelic bookkeeper appointed over the records of souls, living and dead.
Traute f German (Rare)
Short form of names that begin with or end in "-traut" and "-traud". See Adeltraud.