Submitted Names Starting with I

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Ivonia f English (American)
Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian
Ivonn f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian borrowing of Yvonne.
Ivonna f Latvian
Russian and Latvian form of Yvonne.
Ivorlyn f Obscure
Combination of Ivor and Lyn or a variant of Ivorylyn.
Ivorylyn f Obscure
Combination of Ivory and Lyn.
Ivoš m Czech
Variant of Ivo 1.
Ivri m Hebrew
Masculine form of Ivriya.
Ivria f Hebrew (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ivriya.
Ivrike f Norwegian (Archaic)
Contracted form of Iverike.
Ivrine f Norwegian (Rare)
Contracted form of Iverine.
Ivriya f & m Hebrew
An offspring of Eber, Shem's grandson; Jewish, Israelite.
Ivša m Croatian (Rare)
Diminutive of Ivan.
Ivu m Sicilian, Sardinian
Sicilian and Sardinian form of Ivo 1.
Ivuša f Croatian, Czech, Slovak
Croatian, Czech and Slovak diminutive of Ivana, Iveta and Ivona. Also compare Ivuška.
Ivuška f Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak diminutive of Ivana, Iveta and Ivona. Also compare Ivuša.
Ivuško m Slovak
Diminutive of Ivan.
Ivvár m Sami
Sami form of Ivar.
Ivvar m Sami
Variant of Ivvár.
Ivvy f English (Rare)
Variant of Ivy. According to the SSA, Ivvy was given to 6 girls in 2018.
Ivyanna f English
Combination of Ivy and Anna.
Ivyanne f English
Combination of Ivy and Anne.
Ivye f & m English
Variant of Ivy.
Ivylyn f English
Combination of Ivy and Lyn.
Ivyn m & f American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Ivan sometimes used as a feminine form.
Ivyrose f English, English (American)
Combination of Ivy and Rose. Ivyrose was given to 17 girls in 2017.
Iwa f Bulgarian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ива (see Iva 1).
Iwa f Polish
Diminutive of Iwona.
Iwa f Japanese
This name can be used as 岩 (gan, iwa) meaning "rock, crag" or 磐 (han, ban, iwa), with the same meaning as 岩.... [more]
Iwa f Afizere
Means "eve" in Afizere.
Iwa f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Eva.
Iwa f Quechua
Quechua form of Eva.
Iwae f & m Japanese (Rare)
Iwa means "Stone, Rock" and E means "Blessing, Favor, Grace, Kindness, Benefit". A notable bearer is Iwae Arai (male), who is an actor.
Iwajla f German (Rare)
Feminine form of Iwajlo. The German film director Iwajla Klinke bears this name.
Iwajlo m German (Rare)
German transcription of Ivaylo.
'Iwalani f Hawaiian
This name means "heavenly frigate bird" or "heavenly man-of-war bird" from 'iwa meaning "frigate bird, man-of-war bird" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual."
Iwalaye m & f Yoruba
THE IWALAYE / IWALAIYE IS THE NAME OF A FAMILY (A ROYAL NAME )IN THE YORUBA LAND,EFFO-AMURO, KOGI STATE.
Iwan m Japanese
From Japanese 威 (i) meaning "intimidate" combined with 蕃 (wan) meaning "multiply, increase". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Iwan m Indonesian
Possibly means "earth, soil" in Indonesian or derived from Arabic إِيوَان (ʾīwān) meaning "porch, entrance, balcony" (of Persian origin).
Iwao m Japanese
This name can be used as 巌 (gan, iwa, iwao, kewa.shii) or 巖 (gan, iwa, iwao, kewa.shii) which both mean "rock, crag."... [more]
Iwawaldan m Ancient Germanic
Reconstructed Ancient Germanic name derived from íwaz ("yew tree") and waldaz# ("ruler").
Iwe m West Frisian
This name is probably a variant form of Ive.
Iwein m Arthurian Romance
German form of Yvain in Hartmann von Aue's verse romance Iwein.
Iweke f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Yvette / Evette.
Iwelin m Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ивелин (see Ivelin).
Iwelina f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Ивелинa (see Ivelina).
Iwen m German
Variant spelling of Iven.
Iwerydd f Medieval Welsh, Welsh Mythology
Derived from Welsh Y Werydd meaning "the ocean". In Welsh mythology she was a wife of the sea-god Llyr and the mother of Brân the Blessed.
Iweta f Polish
Polish form of Yvette.
Iwetta f Polish
Variant of Iweta.
Iwon m Polish
Variant of Iwo.
Iwunia f Polish
Polish diminutive of Iwa.
Ixaka m Basque
Basque form of Isaac.
Ixbalanqué m Mayan Mythology (Hispanicized, Archaic)
In mayan mythology, Ixbalanqué is the twin brother of Hunahpú, son of the god Hun-Hunahpú and the young Ixquic.
Ixe m & f Spanish (Latin American)
Possibly a diminutive or variant of Ixel or Ixchel
Ixeia f Aragonese
Variant of Ixeya.
Ixel f & m Spanish (Latin American)
Possible form or spelling of the name Ixchel.
Ixeya f Aragonese
Transferred use of Ixeya (also known as Ixeia), the name of a Pyrenean mountain located in the province of Huesca, Spain.
Ixia f Greek
Ixia is of Greek origin and means “pine thistle”. Ixia is also a genus of plants native to South Africa from the family Iridaceae. They are more commonly known as corn lilies.
Ixinia f Aragonese
Aragonese feminine form of Hyginus.
Ixion m Greek Mythology
Probably derived from the Greek noun ἰξός (ixos), which can mean "mistletoe" as well as "birdlime". In Greek mythology, Ixion was king of the Lapiths (the most ancient tribe of Thessaly) and a son of Ares or Antion or the notorious evildoer Phlegyas.
Ixlosa f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek ixlos meaning "devotion".
Ixlosbonu f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek ixlos meaning "devotion" and bonu meaning "lady (title)".
Ixquic f Mayan Mythology, New World Mythology
Means "blood lady" in Quiché (Mayan), from the feminine prefix ix- combined with qiq "blood". In Mayan mythology she was the mother of the twin gods Hunahpú and Ixbalanqué.
Ixtab f Mayan Mythology
At the time of the Spanish conquest of Yucatán (1527–1546), Ix Tab or Ixtab ( "Rope Woman", "Hangwoman") was the indigenous Mayan goddess of suicide by hanging. Playing the role of a psychopomp, she would accompany such suicides to heaven.
Ixtli f New World Mythology
Diminutive of Ixtaccihuatl, which means "white woman" in Nahuatl from iztac "white" and cihuatl "woman". This was the name of a beautiful princess in Mexican legend who fell in love with the hero Popo, but died of grief when a messenger falsely reported that her lover had died in war... [more]
Iyabo f Western African, Yoruba
Means "mother has returned" in Yoruba.
Iyabode f Yoruba
Yoruba for " mother has returned". When a the first girl child is born after the death of a grandmother, the child is given this name. Iya is the root word,which means mother. Such as Iyaba, wich means Grandmother.
Iyabode f Ijaw
Means "poverty has come" in Ijaw.
Iyad m Arabic
Derived from Arabic أَيَّدَ (ʾayyada) meaning "to support, to reinforce".
Iyakub m Bengali
Bengali form of Jacob or James.
Iyán m Asturian
Variant of Illán.
Iyana f English (Modern)
Variant of Ayana (see also Aiyana). This is a modern name, perhaps based on the popular name suffix iana, or the similar name Aniya.
Iyana f Asturian
Feminine form of Iyán.
Iyannough m Wampanoag
Means "Captain" or "One who intimidates" in Wampanoag. It is the name of the chief sachem of the Mattakeeset tribe who helped the Pilgrims find a lost boy, John Billington.
Iyar f & m Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Iyar is the eighth month in the jewish calendar. The name was brought from the Babylonian exile and originates from the Akkadian word for "light". His name is in the Bible "Yerach Ziv", means "bright moon"... [more]
Iyassu m Ethiopian
Ethiopian form of Joshua.
Iyasus m Ethiopian, Theology
Form of Jesus used in Ethiopia.
Iyat f Sanskrit, Indian
MEANING : so large, so much, only so large
Iyatta f Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi
MEANING : the state of being, of such extent, quantity, fixed measure or quantity, so much
Iybu m Karelian
Karelian form of Ivan.
Iyed m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi form of Iyad (chiefly Tunisian).
Iyel m Sanskrit, Indian
MEANING : to come, to cast, to become quiet ... [more]
Iyeoka f Western African, Yoruba
Means "mother who speaks the word" in Yoruba.... [more]
I-yeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 俐 "smooth; active; clever, sharp" and 英 "petal, flower, leaf; brave, a hero".
Iyeremiya m Russian
Russian form of Jeremiah.
Iyeronim m Ukrainian, Russian
Ukranian form and alternate Russian transcription of Jerome
Iyiomo m & f Yoruba
ondo region of western nigeris
Iyla f Various (Rare)
Most often a variant form of Isla and Ila, but sometimes also of Ayla and Elah.... [more]
Iymona f Uzbek
Derived from iymon meaning "belief in God".
Iynx f Greek Mythology
From Greek mythology. The name of a nymph who invented the magical love-charm known as the iynx--a spinning wheel with a wryneck bird attached, according to mythology she either used the charm to make Zeus fall in love with her or with another nymph, Io... [more]
Iyo f Japanese
From Japanese 以 (i) meaning "compared to" combined with 世 (yo) meaning "world". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Iyob m Amharic
Amharic form of Job.
Iyou m & f Japanese
From Japanese 葦 (i) meaning "reed" combined with 陽 (you) meaning "light, sun, male". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Iysha f Arabic, American
Variant of Aisha.
Iysis f English (American, Rare)
Possibly a variant of Isis. It was given to 6 girls in 2000 according to the SSA.
Iyu f Japanese
From Japanese 惟 (i) meaning "consider, reflect, think", 唯 (i) meaning "solely, only, merely, simply", 衣 (i) meaning "garment, clothes, dressing", 依 (i) meaning "reliant, depend on, consequently, therefore, due to", 夷 (i) meaning "barbarian, savage, Ainu", 愛 (i) meaning "love, affection", 畏 (i) meaning "fear, majestic, graciously, be apprehensive", 癒 (iyu) meaning "healing, cure, quench (thirst), wreak", 維 (i) meaning "fiber, tie, rope", 色 (i) meaning "colour" or 苺 (i) meaning "strawberry" combined with 由 (yu) meaning "reason, cause", 遊 (yu) meaning "play", 友 (yu) meaning "friend", 佑 (yu) meaning "help, assist", 優 (yu) meaning "tenderness, excel, surpass, actor, superiority, gentleness", 侑 (yu) meaning "help, assist, repay kindness", 唯 (yu) meaning "solely, only, merely, simply", 夕 (yu) meaning "evening", 結 (yu) meaning "tie, bind, contract, join, organize, do up hair, fasten", 憂 (yu) meaning "melancholy, grieve, lament, be anxious, sad, unhappy" or 柚 (yu) meaning "citron"... [more]
Iyumi f Japanese
From Japanese 五 (i) meaning "five", 釉 (yu) meaning "glaze, enamel" combined with 弓 (yumi) meaning "archery bow" or 味 (mi) meaning "flavor, taste". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Iyushi f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian
MEANING : one who has obtained, gone
Iyvan m English
Variant of Ivan.
Iz f & m English
Short form of Isabel, Isidore, Israel, and other names beginning with the iz- sound.
Iza f Jewish, Yiddish
Yiddish short form of Isabelle.
Iza f Slovene
Short form of Elizabeta, Izabela, Izidora and Izeta, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Iza f Hungarian
Short form of Izabella, meaning "God is my oath".
Iza m Romani
Romani form of Isaac.
Izabela f Romanian
Romanian form of Jezebel.
Izabelė f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Isabella.
Izabeli f Amharic
Amharic form of Isabel.
Izabelka f Polish
Diminutive of Izabela.
Izabell f Hungarian (Rare), Swedish (Modern, Rare)
Hungarian variant of Izabel and Swedish variant of Isabel.
Izabeth f South American (Rare)
Variant of Isabeth and a truncated form of Elizabeth.
Izad m Persian, Arabic
Means "advocacy, loyalty, support".
Izadi f Basque
Derived from Basque izadi "nature; forest".
Izadora f English (American)
The name Izadora means “gift of Isis” it is a variant of Isidora and Isadora.
Izaiah m American
Variant of Isaiah.
Izaija m Croatian
Croatian form of Isaiah.
Izail m Soviet, Russian
Contraction of Russian исполнитель заветов Ильича (ispolnitel' zavetov Il'icha) meaning "executor of the testament of Ilyich" or of the Soviet slogan Исполняй заветы Ильича! (Ispolnyay zavety Il'icha!) meaning "Fulfill the legacy of Ilyich!" The last word in both sentences refers to the Russian politician and communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924), whose patronymic was Ilyich.... [more]
Izajáš m Czech
Czech form of Isaiah.
Izajasz m Polish
Polish form of Isaiah.
Izák m Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Isaac.
Izako f Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of Izabela via its short form Iza. Also compare Iziko.
Izalda f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Izolda.
Izan m Japanese
From Japanese 依 (i) meaning "rely on", 夷 (i) meaning "Ainu", 威 (i) meaning "intimidate" or 為 (i) meaning "benefit" combined with 山 (zan) meaning "mountain". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Izana m & f Japanese (Rare), Popular Culture
From the stem of verb 誘う (izanau) meaning "to invite, ask (someone to do), call (for); to tempt, lure, entice."... [more]
Izanshi m Japanese
From Japanese 移 (i) meaning "change", 山 (zan) meaning "mountain" combined with 子 (shi) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Izaokas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Isaac.
Izara f Basque (Rare), French (Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
In the Basque country and French-speaking areas, this name is now generally considered a variant of Izar and Izarra... [more]
Izara f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Strictly feminine form of Izar which itself is another name for Mirak, a star in the constellation Boötes. This Izar has its origins in the Arabic word izar "shawl".
Izarak m Haitian Creole
Haitian Creole form of Isaac.
Izarbe f Spanish (?)
From Basque izar "star" and -be "beneath, under", taken from the Marian title Nuestra Señora de Izarbe, meaning "Our Lady of Izarbe". Izarbe is a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary located in the province of Huesca, Spain.
Izarne f Basque
Variant of Izar.
Izarra f Basque
Variant of Izar and cognate of Estrella.
Izaskun f Basque
From the name of a Basque village where there is a sanctuary dedicated to the Virgin Mary, possibly meaning "broom above (the) valley" from Proto-Basque izatz "broom (shrub)", k "above" and un "valley"... [more]
Izaso m & f Tumbuka
Means "come again" in Tumbuka.
Izaya f & m Japanese
Japanese form of Isaiah.
Izaya m Japanese
mean : whoever looks at the crowd
Izayo f Japanese
From Japanese 十 (i) meaning "ten", 六 (za) meaning "six" combined with 夜 (yo) meaning "night, evening". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Izayoi f & m Japanese
sixteen-day-old moon
Izbo'ta f Uzbek
Derived from iz meaning "mark, trace, print" and bo'ta meaning "baby camel", also an affectionate nickname for children.
Izbōtk m Balochi
Means "anjowan" in Balochi.
Izbygniew m Polish
The first element is either related to Old Polish izba "room, hut" or to the Polish verb zbywać "to dismiss, to dispose". The second element is derived from Polish gniew "anger", which is derived from Slavic gnev "anger"... [more]
Izbygniewa f Polish
Feminine form of Izbygniew.
Izbylut m Polish (Rare)
From the Slavic elements, izby meaning "to get rid of", "to dispose of", "to rid", "to do away with", "to clear out", "to dispense with", "to divest", "to choke off", "to bundle off", "to bundle out", "to deliver oneself of" and lut meaning "dour", "sharp", "acute", "pungent", "nipping", "strident", "with an edge", "clarion"... [more]
Izdârasen m Berber
Means "the mighty, the strong" in Tamazight.
Ize f Dutch
Variant of Ise.
Izebboudjen m & f Berber
From the berber word meaning "Olive tree".
Izebel f Hungarian, Dutch (Rare), Biblical Dutch
Hungarian and Dutch form of Jezebel.
Izecson m Brazilian
This is the second given name of Brazilian footballer Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, commonly known as Kaká (born 1982-)
Izei m Basque
Directly taken from Basque izei "fir tree".
Izel f & m Turkish
Possibly the Turkish form of Eidel or Israel, or perhaps from the Turkish iz 'footprint, track, trace, mark' and el 'hand, country, homeland'.
Iz̦el m Bashkir
From Bashkir Иҙел (Iz̦el), which is derived from Old Turkic Etil, which is the old name of the Volga River in Russia.
Izelda f Occitan, Provençal
Occitan and Provençal cognate of Isolde (compare Italian Iselda).
Izemrasen m Berber (Rare)
Means "powerful" in Berber.
Izença f Khakas
From the Khakas изен (izen) meaning "healthy".
Izerge m Mari
Means "young son" in Mari.
Izerina f Bosnian (Rare)
An elaborated form of Zerina
Ižeslav m Serbian
From Old Church Slavonic, ижe (iže) meaning "who (is)" and popular suffix слав (slav) meaning "glory", thus "one who is glorious".
Izeta f Bosnian
Feminine form of Izet.
Izetta f American (Rare, Archaic), English (American, Rare)
This name was used at least as early as the 1870s in the Appalachian Mountain area of the eastern United States. Notable bearer is New Jersey born actress Izetta Jewel (1883-1978) who advocated for women's legal right to vote in the US.
Izette f Afrikaans
Variant of Isette.
Izham m Malay
Meaning uncertain.
Izhar m Biblical
The father of Korah, Nepheg, and Zichri, and was a son of Kohath and grandson of Levi.
Izhi f Quechua
Means "fog, mist" in Quechua.
Izi m Mari
Means "young" in Mari.
Izíar f Spanish, Basque
Spanish form of Itziar, compare Icíar.
Iziaslav m Medieval Ukrainian, Medieval Russian
Means "coming from glory".
Izibajko m Mari
Derived from izi meaning "small" and baj meaning "rich".
Izicora m Mari
From Mari izi meaning "small" and cora meaning "boy".
Izīda f Latvian
Latvian form of Isis.
Izidė f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Isis.
Izidora f Slovene
Feminine form of Izidor.
Izidorius m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Isidorus.
Izıgas f Khakas
Means "wagtail" in Khakas.
Izikače m Mari
Means "small youth, bridegroom" in Mari.
Izikaj f Mari
East Mari form of Izüdə̑r.
Iziko f Georgian
Diminutive of Izabela and Izolda via their short forms Iza and Izo.
Izîl m Berber (Rare)
Izîl stands for ‘sublime and magnificent’.
Izil m Soviet, Russian
Variant form of Izail. This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.... [more]
Izilda f Portuguese (Brazilian)
Variant of Isilda. This was borne by Maria Izilda de Castro Ribeiro (1897-1911), a Portuguese girl who died aged 13; she is known to Brazilian Catholics as "Menina Izildinha", and is venerated as a Brazilian folk saint.
Ízisz f Hungarian
Cognate of Isis, meaning "the throne" in egyptian.
Izka f Polish
Diminutive of Iza.
Izlan f Berber
Means "melody" in Tamazight.
Izlem m Turkish
Means "tracking, surveillance" in Turkish.
Izley f English (African)
Form of girl name Eisele, transferred use of surname Eisele.
Izmaragd f Russian (Archaic)
Means "emerald" in Russian.
Izmariy m Mari
Means "small young man" in Mari.
Izméne f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Ismene.
Izo f Georgian
Short form of Izolda.
Izō m Japanese
"Ice"
Izokrates m Polish
Polish form of Isocrates.
Izold f Arthurian Romance, Literature, Polish
A variant of Izolda, appears in Tadeusz Żeleński's translation of the tales of Tristan and Isolde
Izolde f Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Isolde.
Izon-ebi m & f Ijaw
Means "the Ijaw life is good" in Ijaw.
Izóra f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Isaura.
Izora f English, Louisiana Creole
Possibly a variant form of Isora.
Izot m Russian (Rare)
Variant form of Zotik.
Ižota f Belarusian, Literature, Arthurian Romance
Belarusian form of Iseult that was used in the Old Belarusian translation of Tristan and Iseult called Apoviesć pra Tryščana (translates The Tale of Tristan into English) that was made in the XVI century by an unknown author.
Izrael m Yiddish
Polish-Yiddish form of Israel.
Izraelo m Serbian (Rare)
Serbian form of Israel.
Izri m Biblical
Likely meaning "creator", from the verb יצר yasar, meaning "to fashion or form". Identical to Zeri.
Izsó m Hungarian (Archaic)
Archaic form of Ézsau.
Izüdə̑r f Mari
Derived from izi meaning "small" and üdə̑r meaning "girl, daughter". This name was traditionally given to girls born on Thursdays.
Izuko f Japanese
From Japanese 伊 (i) meaning "Iraq", 津 (zu) meaning "ferry crossing; ford" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Izuku m & f Japanese
From Japanese i, meaning "clothing, garments", zou, meaning "three", and ku, meaning "a long time ago". Other kanji combinations are also possible. A famous bearer is Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist of the Japanese anime series 'My Hero Academia'.
Izula f Zulu
Means "nomad" in Zulu.
Izumiko f Japanese
From Japanese 泉 (izumi) meaning "fountain, spring" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Izumo m & f Japanese (Rare)
From 出雲 (Izumo), the name of an old province, a city and a grand shrine (taisha).... [more]
Izuna f Japanese (Rare)
This name combines 泉 (sei, izumi, izu) meaning "fountain, spring" with 奈 (dai, na, nai, ikan, karanashi) meaning "wild apple," 菜 (sai, na) meaning "greens, side dish, vegetable" or 名 (myou, mei, na) meaning "name, reputation."... [more]
Izunia f Polish
Diminutive of Izabela and Izabella.
Izuo m Japanese
From Japanese 泉 (izu) meaning "fountain, spring" combined with 夫 (o) meaning "man, husband". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.... [more]
Izuru f & m Japanese
出 meaning "coming out" and 流 "style of". Can also be written in Hiragana as いづる. Several other kanji combinations are available.
Izvorina f Serbian
From Serbian извор (izvor) meaning "source".
Izya m & f Russian
Diminutive of ISAAC, ISIDORE, ISABEL, ISRAEL, and other names beginning with a similar sound.
Izyda f Polish
Polish form of Isis.
Izydora f Polish
Polish form of Isidora.
Izzah f Malay
Derived from Arabic عز ('azza) meaning "to be powerful".
Izzahbillah f Arabic
Combination of Arabic Izzah (عزة) meaning "Glory, power" and Arabic Billah (بالله‎) meaning "with God, through God".
Izzak m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Variant of Isaac. The name form is maybe influenced by the unrelated name Izzat.
Izzat m Arabic, Malay
Derived from Arabic عزّ (‘izz) meaning "glory, power" or "honor, majesty".
Izzatbanot f Uzbek
Derived from izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and banot meaning "velvet".
Izzatgul f Uzbek
Derived from izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Izzati f Malay, Indonesian
Feminine form of Izzat.
Izzatjamol f Uzbek
Derived from izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Izzatjon f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Izzatoy f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and oy meaning "moon".
Izziah m Biblical
Means either "God unites" or "May Yahweh Sprinkle". Izziah was a descendent of Parosh and one of the Israelites who divorced their foreign wives during the purge of Ezra
Izzie f & m English
Variant of Izzy.