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UfJapanese From Japanese 羽 (u) meaning "feather".
ẨUfVietnamese Derived from Vietnamese 嫗 (yu) which can mean "old woman, hag", "mother", "to raise, nurture" or "friendly". It is often given as the given name of the Vietnamese national hero Lady Trieu.
UARKHAGmOssetian Mythology Means "like a wolf" in Ossetian, derived from Scythian varka "wolf". His name comes from the fact that wolves were seen as a totemic symbol to the Ossetian people. This is the name of the ancestor of the Narts in the Ossetian Nart epic... [more]
UARRAIGmScottish Gaelic Anglicised as the etymologically unrelated given name KENNEDY, The name is said to have been borne by various families of the surname Kennedy.
UATSILLAmOssetian Mythology From the name of Saint ELIJAH of the Bible. Uatsilla was the God of rain, lightning, and thunder, and the protector of the harvest. If one was struck by lightning, they were considered to be chosen by this God, and if they survived, they would receive a sheep sacrifice in their honor... [more]
UBALDESCAfMedieval Italian Feminine form of UBALDO. Saint Ubaldesca Taccini (1136–1205) was an Italian Roman Catholic nun and member of the Order of Saint John. Among the miracles attributed to her the most famous is the ability to turn water from the water well in the Church of the Santo Sepolcro in Pisa into wine... [more]
UCALmBiblical An obscure biblical name possibly derived from Hebrew יָכֹל (yachol) meaning "to be able, have power". It is mentioned only in Proverbs 30:1 (http://bible.cc/proverbs/30-1.htm), in which it is apparently the name of a person to whom AGUR's words are addressed... [more]
UCHARBOYmUzbek Derived from the Uzbek uchar meaning "flying", "fleet", or "clever", and boy meaning "rich, wealthy".
UCHEf & mIgbo Means "wisdom, intention, common sense, will" in Igbo. ... [more]
UCHECHUKWUm & fIgbo, African Based on the IGBO belief in a Supreme deity, Chukwu whose decision or will is final in the determination of human fate or destiny. It is a combination of two words of the Igbo (IBO), language, UCHE (WISH,WILL,THOUGHT) and CHUKWU (GOD)... [more]
UCHImAfrican, Literature Uchi is of African-Igbo origin. Uchi is a derivative of the African and Igbo Uchechi. This is the name of Uchi Akimbo, a character in the "Harry Potter" series written by J.K. Rowling.
UDEAfLiterature Meaning unknown, most likely of Arabic origin. This is the name of the protagonist of the North African fairy tale "Udea and her Seven Brothers".
UDEERAfSwahili Udeera was a baby born in the covenant of kings in africa she went through trials and tribulations growing up , stories told that god helped her throughout hard times and starvation.... [more]
UDELfYiddish (Anglicized) Either from the German Adel meaning "noble" or from Hodel a diminutive of Hudes. Udel (1720-1787), the righteous daughter of the Ba'al Shem Tov, was a historical bearer of this name.
UDUMAmIgbo The name means serenity, quietness. It's derived from the deity god of river, Uduma mmiri. A deity believed to be responsible for maintaining stillness of the waters in ohafia community in Igbo race.
ÜDVÖSKEfHungarian 19th-century coinage from Hungarian üdvös "salutary, wholesome". The name coincides with Hungarian üdvöske "mascot, amulet, pride and joy".
UDZUKIf & mJapanese (Rare) This rarely used name can be used as 卯月 (unisex), 宇月 or 右月 (both feminine) with 卯 (bou, mou, u) meaning "east, sign of the hare/rabbit (4th sign of the Chinese zodiac)", 宇 (u) meaning "eaves, heaven, house, roof", 右 (u, yuu, migi) meaning "right" and 月 (gatsu, getsu, tsuki) meaning "month, moon."... [more]
UEMONmJapanese Derived from 右衛門府 (Uemonfu), referring to a governmental department responsible for guarding, opening and closing the right gate to the royal palace. The name was classified as a hyakkanna (百官名), a court rank-style name that samurai used to announce oneself and give himself authority.
ÜFFESmPopular Culture This name started as a joke about the mispronounciation of the foreign name YVES by some people in Germany. Due to the proliferation of the joke, it has become a nickname for Yves.