RatatoskrmNorse Mythology Meaning "drill-tooth" or "bore-tooth" Ratatoskr is a squirrel who runs up and down the world tree Yggdrasil to carry messages between the eagle perched atop the tree, and the serpent Níðhöggr, who lives beneath the roots of the tree.
RáðhildurfIcelandic Derived from Icelandic ráð "advise", "counsel", "decision" and hildr "battle", "fight".
RathinafLiterature The name of a faerie princess in Allan Frewin Jones's The Faerie Path.
RathishmIndian Rati means A lady who is disciple of Lord Indhra and Isha means Lord Shiva
RathleanfArthurian Romance Of uncertain derivation. This name belonged to a character in the Irish Arthurian romance Céilidhe Iosgaide Léithe (The Visit of Iosgaid Liath or Visit of the Grey-Hammed Lady)... [more]
RatimGeorgian Of Iranian origin, this name can mean "lord, master, patron" as well as "generous, magnanimous". In the case of the latter meaning, the name is derived from the Persian adjective راد (rad) meaning "generous, liberal".
RatnasarifIndonesian From Indonesian ratna meaning "jewel, gem", ultimately from Sanskrit रत्न (ratna), combined with sari meaning "essence".
RatnawatifIndonesian From Indonesian ratna meaning "jewel, gem", ultimately from Sanskrit रत्न (ratna), combined with the feminine suffix -wati.
RatnomJavanese From Javanese ratna meaning "diamond", ultimately from Sanskrit रत्न (ratna).
Ratonhnhaké:tonmPopular Culture, Mohawk Means "he scratches/scrapes at life" in Mohawk. This name was invented by Mohawk Tribe academics Akwiratékha Martin and Teiowí:sonte Thomas Deer for Ubisoft's game 'Assassin's Creed III'.
Raunif & mFinnish, Finnish Mythology Perhaps a variant of Rauno or Ragnhild, or derived from Old Norse reynir meaning "rowan". In Finnish mythology Rauni was either the name of god Ukko's spouse, or another name for Ukko himself... [more]
RaunomFinnish, Estonian Early 20th-century Finnish coinage based on name beginning with the name element ragn-, such as Ragnar. This name is also used in Estonia.
RaurafJapanese From Japanese 羅 (ra) meaning "lightweight fabric", 宇 (u) meaning "eaves" combined with 良 (ra) meaning "good". Other kanji combinations are possible.
RawalmUrdu The name Rawal is a Muslim Boys name. Urdu name dictionary suggests that Rawal name meaning in Urdu is سپاہی, and it belongs to اردو، ہندی origin. The lucky number of Rawal is 9, and lucky days are Wednesday, Friday... [more]
RaycomSpanish (Canarian) Possibly derived from the Guanche word *răyyək, referring to a member of the Irăyyăkăn, a noble tribe of the Adrar des Ifoghas area of Mali. According to Antonio de Viana's epic poem Antigüedades de las Islas Afortunadas de la Gran Canaria (1604), this was the name of a late 15th-century Guanche captain and ambassador who served under Beneharo, the king of Anaga on the island of Tenerife (present-day Canary Islands, Spain), at the time of the Spanish conquest of the island.
RazaaqmArabic Means "all provider" in Arabic. One of the names of Allah in the Qur'an.
RazakmWestern African Derived from Arabic رَزَقَ (razaqa) meaning "to bestow, to bless, to provide". In Islam, الرزاق (Ar-Razzāq) (meaning "the bestower, the provider") is one of the 99 names of Allah.
RazhdenmGeorgian The meaning of the first element of this compound name is uncertain. It might possibly have been derived from Middle Persian rōz meaning "day". As for the second element, that is derived from Middle Persian dēn meaning "religion"... [more]