RoyintanmPersian, Persian Mythology, Literature Means "one who has a body of brass", derived from the Middle Persian adjective rōyēn meaning "brazen" (ultimately from rōy meaning "brass, copper") combined with the Middle Persian noun tan meaning "body, person".... [more]
Royintanm & fAncient Persian Transferred use of the surname Royintan. It is a Persian origin surname (رویین تن) pronounced (Royen(strong)+Tan(body/person),defining immortality, Supernatural forces have made certain individuals invincible and invulnerable, In Persian Mythology Royintan is an epithet of Prince ESFANDIAR from 11th-century epic poem Shahnameh written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi.
RozahfPersian, Urdu The Arabic term "Saum" meaning "fasting", which is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is also known as Rozah by Persian and Urdu speakers so Rozah means fasting (referring to especially in the Islamic month of Ramadan).
RuanmCornish Of uncertain origin and meaning. Saint Ruan was probably a brother of Saint Tudwal of Tréguier, but little else is known of him beyond that he was probably an Irish missionary and many churches in Devon and Cornwall in England were named after him... [more]
RubeusmLiterature, Medieval Italian (Latinized) From Latin rubeus meaning "red, reddish". Rubeus Hagrid is a half-wizard, half-giant character in J. K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' series; considering Rowling has likened the character to the Green Man, she may have based his name on the Latin word rubeus "of the bramble-bush, made of brambles", from rubus "bramble-bush".
RubinifGreek (Rare) Rubini is the Greek word for Ruby. Ruby comes from Latin and means "red". Rubini is a name very uncommon in general but quite common in small villages in the south and North parts of Greece, not much usual for islands and the central part of the country.
Ruchiraf & mThai, Sinhalese, Indian, Bengali, Hindi From Sanskrit रुचिर (rucira) meaning "brilliant, radiant, agreeable, splendid". It is used as a feminine name in Thailand and India while it is unisex in Sri Lanka.
RuchomirmPolish The first element of this name is derived from Polish ruch "movement, motion, move" (also compare Polish ruchliwy "lively, busy"). The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace".
RuchosławmPolish The first element of this name is derived from Polish ruch "movement, motion, move" (also compare Polish ruchliwy "lively, busy"). The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory".
RudibertmGerman An alternative form of Robert; the Germanic name Hrodebert meaning "bright fame", derived from the Germanic elements hrod "fame" and beraht "bright". Combining the diminutive Rudi (hrod) and the latter element beraht.
RudramHinduism, Indian, Odia, Assamese, Bengali, Nepali Mans "crying, howling, roaring" or "dreadful, formidable" in Sanskrit. This is the name of a Hindu god featured in the Rigveda. He is most often associated with the god Vayu, wind, storms and the hunt.
RuffinusmHistory (Ecclesiastical) Wulfhade and Ruffinus were martyrs of England. Little is known about them with any certainty, although according to tradition they were two princes of Mercia who were baptized by St. Chad and were swiftly executed by their pagan father... [more]