RomafRoman Mythology In ancient Roman religion, Roma was a female deity who personified the city of Rome and more broadly, the Roman state. She embodied Rome in complex ways and symbolized the ideal woman in society
RomanadvoratrelundarfPopular 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.
RomanyfAmerican (Modern, Rare) Variant spelling of Romani, the name of a chiefly European nomadic group of people (where they are mostly known as 'gypsies'). They ultimately derive their name from Latin Romanus meaning "Roman".
RomaricmAncient Germanic, French Derived from Old High German hrôm "fame, glory" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler." This name was borne by a Frankish saint from the 8th century AD, from whom the French village Remiremont derives its name.
RomelumCentral African (Modern, Rare) This name is best known for being the name of the Belgian professional soccer player Romelu Lukaku (b. 1993), who is the eldest son of the Congolese professional soccer player Roger Menama Lukaku (b... [more]
RomishmTajik Tajik form of the Persian name Ramish, which is derived from Persian رامش (ramish) meaning "joy, happiness, cheerfulness, delight", itself ultimately derived from Middle Persian or Pahlavi rāmišn meaning "peace, ease, pleasure"... [more]
RompetechosmLiterature, Popular Culture This is the name of a well-known fictional character by Francisco Ibáñez. Rompetechos is Spanish for "roof breaker". This is meant to be ironic, as Rompetechos is very short.
RonettefEnglish (Rare), Popular Culture Diminutive of Veronica, which experienced some popularity in the United States in the wake of the 60s girl group The Ronettes. The lead singer of the band's name at birth was Veronica Bennett.... [more]
Rongbinm & fChinese From Chinese 榮 (róng) meaning "glory, honour" or 熔 (róng) meaning "to melt" combined with 彬 (bīn) meaning "refined, elegant" or 賓 (bīn) meaning "visitor, guest", as well as other character combinations.
RonnafEnglish (Modern) Feminine form of Ronald, which was being reasonably well used around 1950 in the United States (Ronne was also used on occasion). In some cases it may be thought of as a short form of Veronica or Rhonda.
RookemEnglish (British) The origins of the Rooke surname date back to the time of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. It comes from an early member of the family who was a person who because of their physical characteristics was known as a rook... [more]
RoquelmEnglish Possibly derived from Rogelius (see Rogelio). This was the first name of Roquel "Billy" Davis (an American songwriter), as well as the middle name of Lawrence Roquel Payton, Jr... [more]