Mythology Submitted Names

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Kayika f Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Marathi, Nepali, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi
MEANING " Corporeal " ; Relating or belonging to body... [more]
Kazi f Slavic Mythology
In Bohemian mythology, Kazi is the second oldest daughter of the Bohemian ruler Krok. Her sisters are Teta and Libuše... [more]
Kazurakinotakanukahime f Japanese Mythology
In Japanese mythology, this is the name of the mother of Empress Jingū and the descendant of Amenohiboko... [more]
Keelut m & f Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Keelut is an evil chthonic spirit who resembles a hairless dog.
Kek m Egyptian Mythology
Kek is the deification of the concept of primordial darkness in the Ancient Egyptian Ogdoad cosmogony of Hermopolis.
Kelaino f Greek Mythology
This name is derived from κελαινός meaning "black, dark." This name belongs to 5 different figures in Greek mythology, including an Amazon (a woman warrior), one of the Pleiades and the mother of Delphus by Apollo.
Keleustanor m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived from either the Greek adjective κελευστός (keleustos) meaning "commanded, ordered" or from the Greek noun κελευστής (keleustes) meaning "boatswain"... [more]
Kelpie f & m Celtic Mythology, English (Modern, Rare)
The name of a shape-shifting water spirit that takes the form of a greyish black horse. The Kelpie drowns then devours anyone who tries to ride it.... [more]
Kenas-unarpe f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Blood-sucking monster in Ainu mythology who primarily preys upon hunters.
Kephisos m Greek Mythology
This is the name of an ancient Greek river god, who takes his name from the two Greek rivers that he is associated with, namely the Kephisos in Attica and the Kephisos in Boeotia. The meaning and origin of the rivers' name is unknown, but a few theories have been put forward by scholars.... [more]
Keres f Greek Mythology
The Keres were goddesses of death and daughters of Nyx, the goddess of night.
Keroessa f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek κερόεις (keroeis) meaning "horned" (feminine κερόεσσα (keroessa)). In Greek mythology Keroessa was the daughter of Io by Zeus and mother of Byzas, founder of Byzantium... [more]
Keshava m Sanskrit, Hinduism
Meaning uncertain. It could derive from Sanskrit meaning "beautiful unshorn hair" or "slayer of Keshi demon" in Sanskrit.... [more]
Ket m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Marathi, Nepali, Gujarati, Bengali, Punjabi
MEANING - wish, desire, mark; sign; abode; intention ... [more]
Keta f Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Marathi, Nepali, Indian, Bengali, Gujarati, Assamese, Punjabi
MEANING - wish, abode, sign, mark... [more]
Ketaki f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Marathi, Nepali, Gujarati, Assamese, Punjabi, Indian (Sikh), Indian (Christian)
MEANING - fragrant crew Pine (Pandanus Odoratissimus - Bot.), flower of fragrant crew pine. These flowers are found in two clours white & yellow & are cursed to not to use in worship of lord Shiva
Keuthonymos m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived from Greek κεῦθος (keuthos) which can mean "the depths" as well as "hidden". It is related to Greek κεῦθω (keuthō) meaning "I hide, I cover"... [more]
Keyumars m Persian, Persian Mythology, Tajik, Afghani
Derived from Avestan gaya meaning "life" and marətan meaning "mortal, human being".
Khaadhvanin m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian
MEANING - the Sun
Khabh m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
MEANING : Shining in air, A planet... [more]
Khabhranti f Hinduism
MEANING : 'gliding through the air ', a kind of ... [more]
Khachar m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
MEANING : moving in air, flying, a bird, , sun, planet, cloud... [more]
Khadan m Hinduism
MEANING : juice, firmness, solidity... [more]
Khadg m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian, Punjabi, Marathi
MEANING : sword, scymitar, a large sacrificial knife, a rhinoceros, iron,
Khadgin m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Malayalam, Indian
From Sanskrit खड्गिन् (khaDgin) "rhinoceros" or "armed with a sword".
Khadhvanin m Sanskrit, Hindi (Rare), Hinduism, Indian (Modern)
From Sanskrit खाध्वनीन (khAdhvanIna) "sun".
Khadika f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
MEANING; fried or parched grain... [more]
Khadiraka f Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian
MEANING : lac... [more]
Khadyot m Sanskrit, Indian, Tamil, Hinduism, Telugu, Nepali, Sinhalese, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Gujarati, Fijian
MEANING : Sun, fire-fly. Here ख means sky + द्योत means what is luminous
Khadyota f Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism
MEANING : left eye,,Name of a deity in Buddhism, shining insect-like door... [more]
Khadyotan m Hindi, Hinduism, Indian (Christian), Indian, Sanskrit
MEANING : Sun, sky -illuminator. Here ख means sky + द्योतन means illuminator... [more]
Khæmyts m Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. This was the name of a hero in the Ossetian Nart epics, the twin brother of Uryzmag, and an Akhsartagkata (one of three groups of people in the Nart epics).
Khaga f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Tamil, Hinduism, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Nepali
MEANING : " Moving in air ", flying, a bird
Khagam m Hindi, Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism
MEANING : flight in the air, a bird. Here ख means air, sky + गम means moving
Khagasan m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Nepali, Telugu
MEANING : "seat of Sun"( Eastern mountain from where sun rises), sitting on a bird ( Lord Vishnu )
Khageshvar m Hinduism
MEANING : chief of birds, Vulture, Garuda... [more]
Khagod m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi
MEANING - a kind of reed ( Kans Grass)... [more]
Khagya-yerdi m Caucasian Mythology
This was the name of the lord of rocks in Vainakh traditional mythology.
Khaj m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Tamil, Indian
MEANING : stirring, agitating, contest, ladle, war,
Khajak m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian
MEANING : a churning-stick
Khajal f Sanskrit, Indian (Christian), Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Hinduism, Indian
MEANING : dew, fog, rain. Here ख means sky + जल means water... [more]
Khajika f Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil
MEANING : churning-stick, ladle or spoon... [more]
Khajit m Sanskrit, Indian, Marathi, Hindi, Hinduism, Telugu
MEANING : 'conquering heaven', Name of Buddha. Here ख means sky + जित् means conquering
Khajyotis m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Gujarati, Kannada
MEANING : a shining flying insect, Fire-fly. Here ख means air + ज्योतिस् means shining... [more]
Khakamini f Hinduism, Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Telugu
MEANING : 'liking the sky ', female of crsted Serpent Eagle, Name of Goddess Durga . Here ख means sky + कामिनी means one who likes... [more]
Khakhat m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
MEANING : hard, solid, harsh ( sound)... [more]
Khakhata f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Tamil, Indian, Hindi
MEANING : harsh, solid... [more]
Khakholk m Hinduism, Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi (Modern)
MEANING " sky meteor " , Sun. Here ख means sky + खोल्क means meteor... [more]
Khakuntal m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Tamil, Indian
MEANING : a name of lord Shiva... [more]
Khal m Sanskrit, Tamil, Hinduism, Indian, Hindi
MEANING : threshing-floor, granary, earth, mould, , place, site ,contest, battle, sediment or dregs of oil, butter-milk boiled with acid vegetables and spices, a mischievous man, the sun, Xanthochymus pictorius, the thorn-apple ... [more]
Khalamurti f Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism
MEANING : quicksilver ... [more]
Khalani f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Marathi, Indian, Tamil
MEANING : Earth... [more]
Khalatik m Hinduism, Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian
MEANING : the Sun, Name of a mountain ... [more]
Khalini f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil
MEANING : multitude of threshing floors, dill plant ( Anethum Graveolens-Bot.), Golden Eye-Grass... [more]
Khandav m Hinduism
MEANING : sugar-candy, sugar-plums, sweetmeats, a sacred wood to lord Indra, Name of a forest in Mahabharata... [more]
Khandavi f Hinduism
MEANING : sweetmeats, sugar-candy, Name of a city built by Sudarshana... [more]
Khandroma f Far Eastern Mythology
The Tibetian name for Dakini, a spirit or type of spirit in Vajrayana Buddhism. It is reported to mean "skygoer" and may be derived from the Sanskrit khecara, a term from the Cakrasaṃvara Tantra.
Khankar m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Tamil
MEANING : a lock of hair, making or filling space... [more]
Khankhana f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil
MEANING : the tinkling sound (of a bell)... [more]
Khapur m Hinduism
MEANING : a city i sky ( city of King Harishachandra), betel nut tree, tympany, water-dropsy, a fragrant grass ( Cyperus Pertenuis)... [more]
Kharagari f Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi
MEANING : kind of Millet Plant ( Andropogon Serratus- Bot. )... [more]
Kharahva f Hinduism
MEANING : Kind of Parsley, Carway plant
Kharakar m Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Hinduism, Bengali, Gujarati
Name - Kharakar खरकर... [more]
Kharalak m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi
MEANING : an iron arrow... [more]
Kharamayukh m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism
From Sanskrit खरमयूख (kharamayUkha) meaning "sun, hot-rayed".
Kharanshu m Hinduism
MEANING : "Hot-rayed", Sun. Here खर means hot or piercing + अंशु means rays... [more]
Kharat m Indian, Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Nepali, Sinhalese, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati
From Sanskrit खरट (kharaTa) meaning "hard".
Khariklo f Greek Mythology
The name of a nymph of Thebes in Boiotia, a close friend of the goddess Athena. The name comes from the elements χάρης (kharis) meaning "grace, graceful" and κλωσης (klosis) meaning "spinner, spinning".
Kharis f Greek Mythology
Name of one of the Kharites of Greek myth. It means "grace". http://www.theoi.com/Ouranios/KharisAglaia.html
Kharon m Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Greek Mythology
Russian, Ukrainian, and Bulgarian form as well as variant spelling of Charon.
Kharybdis f Greek Mythology
Variant transcription of Charybdis.
Khasa f Hinduism
MEANING : a kind of perfume, Name of a daughter of king Daksha... [more]
Khasamuth m Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Tamil
MEANING : produced in sky, ethereal ... [more]
Khasfatik m Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Tamil, Hinduism, Nepali, Telugu, Gujarati, Bengali, Sinhalese, Kannada, Malayalam
MEANING;: "Aerial Crystal", moon-gem, Sun-gem. Here ख means aerial + स्फटिक means gem... [more]
Khashay m Hinduism
MEANING : resting or dwelling in the air. Here ख means sky + शय means resting , dwelling
Khashvas m Hinduism
MEANING : air, wind... [more]
Khasindhu m Hinduism
MEANING : name of Moon... [more]
Khasth m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism
MEANING : standing in the air. Here ख means sky, air + स्थ means standing ... [more]
Khastha f Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi
MEANING : standing in air. Here ख means air + स्था means standing, situated ... [more]
Khatak m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu
MEANING : a go-between, negotiator of marriages, double fist of wrestlers... [more]
Khatik m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil
MEANING : double-fist of wrestlers, half-closed hand... [more]
Khatika f Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism
MEANING : chalk, external opening of ear, a fragrant grass ( Andropogon Muricatus)... [more]
Khatilak m Hinduism
MEANING : "sky-ornament ", Sun. Here ख means sky + तिलक means ornament of head... [more]
Khatini f Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Hinduism
MEANING - chalk
Khatvang m Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Nepali, Telugu
MEANING - club shaped like the foot of a bedstead’ i.e. a club or staff with a skull at the top (considered as the weapon of lord Shiva and also carried by ascetics ), back-bone... [more]
Khatvar m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism
MEANING : Sour... [more]
Khavashpa f Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Sanskrit
MEANING : snow, dew, hoar frost ... [more]
Khechar m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil
MEANING : "moving in air" (bird), flying, any aerial being (as messenger of God), a name of Lord Shiva, quick silver, blue vitriol ... [more]
Khechara f Hinduism
MEANING : moving in air, flying, a bird, (in music ) a particular melody ( मूर्छना ) Here खे means in air + चराmeans moving ... [more]
Khegaman m Hinduism
MEANING : moving in air, a kind of gallinule. Here खे means sky, in air + गमन means going... [more]
Khegamana f Hindi, Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian
MEANING : moving in air, gallinule. Here खे means air + गमना means going... [more]
Kheiron m Greek Mythology
Original Greek form of Chiron.
Khidir m Hinduism, Sanskrit, Indian, Hindi, Punjabi
MEANING : pauper, penitent, Ascetic, Moon
Khin-nana f Caucasian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Khin-Nana was the Vainakh goddess of water and believed to dwell in clear mountain springs. She was often depicted as a mermaid.
Khione f Greek Mythology, Literature
Variant of Chione. In American author Rick Riordan's Heroes of Olympus series, Khione appears as an antagonist with powers over ice and snow.
Kholak m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil
MEANING : Helmet, ant-hill, a pot, saucepan, shell of a betel-nut... [more]
Kholk m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu
MEANING : sky- meteor, a planet. It is joining of खर + उल्का . Here ख means sky + उल्का / उल्क means torch, meteor... [more]
Khonsu m Egyptian Mythology
Means "traveler". ... [more]
Khorældar m Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. In Ossetian mythology, Khorældar is the god of bread, patron of harvest, and father of Borkhuarali. When his son was killed by Batraz, he decided to punish the Narts by putting them in famine.
Khungah m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
Name: Khungah खुङ्गाह ... [more]
Khutsau m Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. This is the name of the supreme Ossetian deity, creator of the earth, and God of all gods.
Khyat m Indian, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Marathi, Hinduism, Fijian, Nepali, Hindi, Sinhalese, Kannada, Malayalam
MEANING : renown, famed, well known, called, celebrated ... [more]
Khyata f Indian, Sanskrit, Hinduism, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati
MEANING : famed, celebrated, named
Khyatik m Indian, Hindi, Nepali, Hinduism
MEANING : famed, one having goodwill ... [more]
Khyatika f Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Gujarati, Marathi
MEANING -endearment form of 'Khyati'/ख्याति, celebrity, one having goodwill, famed
Khyatimati f Hindi, Indian, Sanskrit, Hinduism
MEANING : renowned, having goodwill or fame... [more]
Khyatish m Indian, Hindi, Hinduism, Punjabi, Kannada, Telugu, Nepali
Name - Khyatish ख्यातीश... [more]
Khymyshch m Caucasian Mythology
West Circassian (Adyghe) form of Khamyts.
Khyzmydæ f Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Khyzmydæ is a character in the Ossetian Nart epics and the aunt of Uryzmag and Khæmyts... [more]
Kianto m Mayan Mythology
The Lacandon Maya god of foreigners and diseases.
Kiarr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "from the marsh". In Norse mythology this is the name of a king of Valland.
Kidili m Indigenous Australian Mythology
The moon man of the mythology of the Mandjindja in Western Australia.
Kigatilik m & f Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Kigatilik is a vicious, violent demon, especially known for killing shamans.
Kikimora f Slavic Mythology
The name of an evil house spirit in Slavic Mythology. Her name may derive from the Udmurt word kikka-murt meaning "scarecrow". Alternatively it may come from the Polish mora or Czech můra which mean "moth" or be related to the Old Norse mara meaning "nightmare".
Kili m Literature, Germanic Mythology
Name of one of the dwarves in The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien. Fili's brother.... [more]
Kim-un-kamuy m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (Kamuy) of bears and mountains. Bears are a common feature in Ainu mythology and are often depicted as benevolent creatures.
Kina-sut-kamuy m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (Kamuy) of snakes, depicted as the brother of Nusa-kor-kamuy (occasionally, they are even regarded as the same entity).
Kintaro m Japanese Mythology
Variant transcription of Kintarō.
Kiririsha f Near Eastern Mythology, Elamite Mythology
This was the name of an important goddess in Elamite religion. Her name apparently means "Great Goddess"1 or "Great Lady"2 in the Elamite language, with one source stating that the name consists of Elamite kiri or kirir "goddess" and Elamite usa(n)3 (relation with the Elamite word rishair "great" is also likely4)... [more]
Kishar f Near Eastern Mythology
The name of an Akkadian goddess who may have been an earth mother goddess. Her name is argued to mean "the whole earth".
Kishimojin f Japanese Mythology
The name of a Japanese protector goddess of children and child rearing who is sometimes also seen as a vicious demon of misery and unhappiness towards children and parents. Her name is derived from 鬼 (ki) meaning "ghost, evil spirit, demon", 子 (shi) meaning "child", 母 (mo) meaning "mother" and 神 (jin) meaning "god, deity, spirit".
Kiviuq m Inuit Mythology
Kiviuq is the hero of epic stories of the Inuit of the Arctic regions of northern Canada, Alaska and Greenland. Kiviuq is an eternal Inuit wanderer.
Kjalarr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
By-name of uncertain meaning. Possibly related to kilja ("food"), kjǫlr ("keel") or kjalki ("sledge"). This is a name for Odin.
Kleodoros m Greek Mythology, Ancient Greek
Derived with the elements (kleos) "glory" and (doron) "gift" meaning "glorious gift".
Kleola f Greek Mythology
Possibly a short form or corruption of either Κλεολεία (Kleoleia) or Κλεολαία (Kleolaia), both of which derive their first element from Greek κλέος (kleos) meaning "glory"... [more]
Klœngr m Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown, perhaps a variant of Klœingr. The name appears in the epic work 'Heimskringla' written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.
Klukas m Croatian (Rare), Slavic Mythology
An old Croatian name of unknown meaning.... [more]
Kohara f Polynesian Mythology
Kohara is the goddess of tuna, and is considered the "mother of all tuna fish". The word also means "to throw a flash of lightning, as a deity". In Māori mythology, lightning begat tuna. In that sense, Kohara can be considered the "ancestor of tuna".
Kokabiel m Judeo-Christian Legend
Means "star of God", derived from Hebrew כּוֹכַב (kokhab) "star" and אֵל ('el) "God". The Book of Enoch names him as one of the fallen angels. He is also mentioned in the Kabbalistic text 'Sefer Raziel HaMalakh' ("The Book of the Archangel Raziel").
Kokablel m Judeo-Christian Legend
Variant form of Kokabiel. This was the name of one of the chiefs of ten of the fallen angels in The Book of Enoch. Kokablel taught man about constellations.
Kokyangwuti f New World Mythology
Hopi creator goddess whose name means "spider grandmother".
Kol m Norse Mythology
Meaning “dark”... [more]
Kolga f Norse Mythology
Means "the cold one" in Old Norse, referring to cold water. In Norse mythology, Kolga was a the daughter of Ægir and Rán.
Kombe f Greek Mythology
The name of a nymph of the island of Euboia who was the mother of the seven Euboian Korybantes. Her name comes from the element κομβώο (komboo) meaning "girdled, buckled".
Konohanasakuya f Japanese Mythology
Konohanasakuya-hime is represents how delicate earthly life is in Japanese mythology and she is symbolized by the cherry blossom.
Konohanasakuya-hime f Japanese Mythology
The name belongs to the Japanese goddess of cherry blossoms.
Kopala m Georgian Mythology
Meaning uncertain. Kopala was a God of lightning and a hero in Georgian mythology who slayed demons. Along with Iakhsari, he led a campaign to drive out the devils who were persecuting the humans living on the land... [more]
Kopciuszek f Folklore
Means "black redstart" in Polish - the black redstart being a type of small bird. This is the Polish name of the fairy tale character Cinderella. It is not used as a given name in Poland.
Korkyra f Greek Mythology
Korkyra was a beautiful nymph daughter of Asopos and Metope. Poseidon felt in love with her and brought Korkyra to the hitherto unnamed island and, in marital bliss, offered her name to the place which gradually evolved to Kerkyra (the actual Greek name of Corfu Island).
Koroibos m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun κόροιβος (koroibos) meaning "fool".
Koronos m Greek Mythology
Meaning "bent, buckled".
Koschei m Slavic Mythology (?), Russian
A antagonistic figure from traditional Russian fairy tales. Known as “Koschei the Deathless”, he is portrayed as an evil and powerful wizard who cannot be killed by traditional means since his soul is hidden inside an object, often an egg nested inside other protective objects.
Kosenc m Croatian (Rare), Slavic Mythology
An old Croatian name of unknown meaning.... [more]
Kotan-kar-kamuy m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu creator deity, responsible for the creation of the human world, the six gods (Kamuy), and six underworlds.
Kotomo m Japanese Mythology
From Japanese こ (Ko) means "This" と (to) means "When" も (Mo) means "also".
Kouirinos m Roman Mythology (Hellenized), Late Roman (Hellenized)
Variant form of Kyrinos, which is the main Greek form of Quirinus.
Kovinath m Hinduism
Shows signs of greatness and power. Also is depicted as smart and intelligent
Krabat m Folklore, German (Modern, Rare), Literature, Sorbian
Krabat is derived from the Sorbian word for "Croat". He is a legendary figure in Sorbian folklore and the hero of Otfried Preußler's novel 'Krabat'. ... [more]
Kreousa f Greek Mythology
Original Greek form of Creusa.
Kriasos m Greek Mythology
Basically means "he who saves rams", derived from Greek κριός (krios) meaning "ram, male sheep" combined with Greek σαόω (saoō) meaning "to rescue, to save". For the latter element, also compare the Greek adjective σάος (saos) meaning "safe".
Krino f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek κρίνος "lily".
Krotos m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "clapping".
Kshanti f Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian, Marathi
Name; Kshanti क्षान्ति... [more]
Kshipra f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian, Nepali, Hindi, Sinhalese, Malayalam
MEANING- quick, speedy, springing, with a shot, swift, Name of a river... [more]
Kshitindra m Sanskrit, Indian, Nepali, Hinduism, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati
Name- Kshitindra क्षितीन्द्र... [more]
Kshitip m Indian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Fijian, Nepali, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Punjabi
Name - Kshitip { Xitip } क्षितिप... [more]
Kshitiraj m Sanskrit, Indian (Christian), Indian, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Hinduism, Gujarati
Name: Kshitiraj क्षितिराज... [more]
Kshitish m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Nepali
MEANING - "lord of earth", King, Emperor... [more]
Kshitiz m Hinduism, Indian
In English we say "Horizon".The place where the Earth and the sky seem to meet.
Ktesios m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek κτῆσις (ktesis) meaning "acquisition, possession, property", which is ultimately derived from Greek κτάομαι (ktaomai) meaning "to acquire, to procure for oneself" as well as "to possess".
Ktesippos m Greek Mythology
Derived from the elements κτᾰ́ομαι (ktáomai) meaning “to acquire” and ἵππος (híppos) meaning “horse”.
m & f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
From the word meaning "upright."... [more]
Kuafu m Chinese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology
From a combination of the characters 夸 (kua, meaning “boast”) and 父 (fu, meaning “father”). Kuafu was a giant in Chinese mythology most well known for trying to chase or race with the sun... [more]
Kuan-yin f Far Eastern Mythology
The Chinese goddess of compassion's name.
Kubai f Mythology
Etymology unknown. This is the name of the Turkic goddess of childbirth and children.
Kud m Korean Mythology
In Korean mythology, he is the personification of darkness and evil.
Kudan f & m Japanese, Japanese Mythology
From Japanese 件 (kudan) meaning "matter", or more creatively translated as "human-faced bovine", is a yōkai which became widely known throughout Japan during the first half of the 19th century. The kanji used for Kudan can also come from Japanese 人 (hito) meaning "person" combined with 牛 (ushi) meaning "cow, bull"... [more]
Kulepe m Polynesian Mythology
A male has this name in Hawaiian Mythology
Kulika f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Tamil, Hinduism, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Nepali, Bengali, Sinhalese
MEANING - "of good or noble family " , any artisan of eminent birth, high-born lady
Kulina f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Telugu, Indian, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Nepali
MEANING - well-born, of eminent or high descent, belonging to the good or noble family, a name of goddess Durga
Kulitta f Hurrian Mythology
In Hurrian Mythology, Kulitta is one of the handmaids of the goddess Šauška.
Kullervo m Finnish, Finnish Mythology
Derived from Finnish word kulta "gold". In Finnish epic 'Kalevala' Kullervo Kalervonpoika (son of Kalervo) was a beautiful man with hair of golden colour and tragic life: he is sold into slavery, unknowingly seduces his sister and finally kills himself.
Kumarbi m Hurrian Mythology
Kumarbi is the chief god of the Hurrians. He is the son of Anu (the sky), and father of the storm-god Teshub. He was identified by the Hurrians with Sumerian Enlil, by the Greeks as Kronos and by the Ugaritians with El.... [more]
Kumbhakarna m Hinduism
Means "pot-eared, pitcher-eared" in Sanskrit, from कुम्भ (kumbha) meaning "pitcher, pot, jar" and कर्ण (karna) meaning "ear". In the Hindu epic the Ramayana he is a rakshasa (a type of supernatural being) and the younger brother of the demon king Ravana.
Kun Ana f Mythology
The Turkic sun goddess, associated with life and fertility, warmth and health. Her name is derived from gün meaning "sun, day" and ana meaning "mother".
Kupala f Slavic Mythology
Kupala is the Slavic goddess of water, herbs and magic. Her name means "to bathe".
Kurdalægon m Ossetian Mythology
Contraction of Kurd Alæ Wærgon in which Kurd (derived from *kur- meaning "to heat", "to incandesce") and Alæ (Ossetian for "Aryan" and later "Alan") are epithets meaning "blacksmith" and "Alan (a nomadic Iranian ethnic group), Aryan (an Indo-Iranian term meaning "noble") and Wærgon (from Old Ossetic *wærg meaning "wolf") , the original name of Kurdalægon... [more]
Kusanagi m Japanese Mythology
(草薙剣) Full name is(phoneticly) is Kusanagi-No-tsurugi. The name originated from a legendary sword from the three Imperial Regalia of Japan. As well as Sessho-seki and Tonbogiri.... [more]
Kushiel m Judeo-Christian Legend, Popular Culture
The title protagonist in the series of novels "Kushiel's Legacy" by Jacqueline Carey.... [more]
Kutjara m Indigenous Australian Mythology
One of the two male ancestors of mortals that taught people to keep in touch with Dreamtime (the source of all life).
Ku'urkil m Siberian Mythology
Chukchi equivalent of the Koryak deity Quikinna'qu. In Chukchi mythology, Ku'urkil is the creator deity.
Kuutar f Finnish Mythology
Finnish goddess of the moon. Her name is derived from kuu meaning "moon, month" and the feminine ending -tar.
Kvasir m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology, Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Derived from the name given to the fermented juice of berries. In Norse mythology Kvasir was the wisest of all beings. The dwarfs Fjalarr and Galarr killed him, poured his blood into the vessels Boðn, Són and Óðrœrir, and mixed it with honey to make the skaldic mead, which would make whoever drank it a poet.
Kveldúlfr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology, Literature
Means "evening wolf", derived from Old Norse kveld "evening" combined with Old Norse úlfr "wolf".... [more]
Kviria m Georgian Mythology, Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain, though it could be derived from (and is certainly associated with) the Georgian word კვირა (kvira) meaning "week" as well as "Sunday" (ultimately of Greek origin).... [more]
Kydippe f Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun κῦδος (kydos) meaning "glory, renown" (see Thucydides) combined with the Greek noun ἵππος (hippos) meaning "horse".
Kydoimos m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek personification of confusion.
Kydon m Greek Mythology
A Lord of Kydonia in Krete (in the Greek Aegean), a son of Hermes and the Kretan princess Akalle.
Kyledyr m Welsh Mythology
An Arthurian warrior who was the son of Nwython. Kyledyr or Cyledyr was loyal to the warrior Gwythyr, and joined Gwythyr’s army during a war against Gwynn son of Nudd... [more]
Kyllene f Greek Mythology
The name of a nymph in Greek Mythology.
Kymo f Greek Mythology
A Nereid named the "wave" or the "end of waves" wh,o with her sisters Amphitrite and Kymodoke, had the power to still the winds and calm the sea. (Hesiod, Apollodorus)
Kymopoleia f Greek Mythology
Kymopoleia, goddess of heavy seas and storms, was a daughter of sea god Poseidon and the wife of Briareus one of the three Hundred-Handlers. Her only known mention occurs in the Hesiodic Theogony.
Kynan m Welsh, Welsh Mythology
Possibly a form of Kynon, the legendary son of Clydno in the Mabinogion. Means "Chief."
Kyparissos m Greek Mythology
From the Greek Κυπάρισσος (kyparissos) meaning "Cypress".
Kypselos m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived either from the Greek noun κύψελος (kypselos) meaning "swallow" or "swift" (both birds) or from the Greek noun κυψέλη (kypsele) meaning "chest, box" as well as "beehive".
Kythereia f Greek Mythology
Means "woman from Kythera", an epithet of the Greek goddess Aphrodite given because Kythera was the island to which she first arrived after rising from the foam of the sea (compare Cynthia, Delia).... [more]
Labdhi f Hinduism
Jain name meaning or signifying the presence of heavenly power.
Labros m Greek Mythology
The name of one of the dogs that devoured Actaeon.
Lacedaemon m Greek Mythology (Anglicized)
Lacedaemon was a mythical king of Laconia and son of the Pleaid Taygete and Zeus in Classical Greek mythology. He was a father of King Amyclas of Sparta and Queen Eurydice of Argos, with Princess Sparta, the daughter of King Eurotas.
Lạc Long Quân m Far Eastern Mythology
From Sino-Vietnamese 雒龍君 (Lạc Long Quân) meaning "Dragon Lord of the Lạc Việt", the name of a group of ancient tribes that inhabited northern Vietnam and southern China in the 3rd century BC... [more]
Laga f Norse Mythology
In Norse mythology, Laga is the goddess of wells and springs. She is a friend of Odin.
Lagamar f Near Eastern Mythology, Elamite Mythology
This was the name of a goddess in Elamite religion. Her name is Akkadian and means "no mercy".1 The Elamite form of her name is said to be Lakamar.2 The fact that her name is Akkadian rather than Elamite, is possibly due to the fact that Elam had repeatedly been under Akkadian rule and was thus influenced by the Akkadian language and culture... [more]
Laino f Basque (Rare), Basque Mythology
Derived from Basque laino "mist; haze; cloud".... [more]
Laka m & f Polynesian Mythology, Hawaiian (Rare)
From laka meaning "tame". This is the name of a goddess of the hula and a god of canoe makers, and a legendary hero.
Lakhshar m Hinduism
From Lakhsh, which means goal. Meaning is Goal Oriented Fearless Leader
Lakshminarayan m Indian, Sanskrit, Hinduism
From Lakṣmīnārāyaṇa, "the lucky mark of the path of man" in Sanskrit. In Hinduism, it is a manifestation of Vishnu.
Lalahon f Philippine Mythology
Meaning uncertain, possibly from Visayan meaning "one who ripens". Lalahon is a goddess of harvests, fire, and volcanoes in Visayan mythology.
Lamak m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali
" gallant ", "lover"
Lamaria f Georgian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Lamaria is a goddess in Georgian mythology and a part of the Svan pantheon. She is named "eye of the earth" and is the goddess of the hearth, cattle and a protector of women (especially with matters of childbirth).
Lâm cung thánh mẫu f Far Eastern Mythology
The princess of the forest in Vietnamese mythology. Her name is derived from the Vietnamese reading of 林 (lâm) meaning "forest" 宮 (cung) meaning "palace, temple", 聖 (thánh) meaning "holy, sacred" and 母 (mẫu) meaning "mother".
Lamedon m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Variant of Laomedon. In Greek mythology, this is the name of a king of Sicyon.
Lamina f Basque Mythology
Derived from Basque lamia "(a sort of) nymph".... [more]
Lampedo f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek λαμπάς (lampas) "a torch, beacon, sun". This was the name of an Amazonian queen in Greek mythology. A chapter is dedicated to Lampedo and her sister Marpesia in Boccaccio's 'On Famous Women' (1374).
Lampetia f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Λαμπετίη (Lampetiê), a derivative of λαμπετάω (lampetaô) "to shine". In Greek mythology Lampetia and her sister Phaethousa were two nymphs who pastured the sacred herds of the sun god Helios on the mythical island of Thrinakie, or Thrinacia.
Lamprus m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "shining, munificent".
Lampus m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "to glitter, to shine".
Lanassa f Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun λαός (laos) meaning "(the) people" combined with the Greek noun ἄνασσα (anassa) meaning "queen, lady".... [more]
Laodamas m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "tamer of the people".`
Laodamia f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Λαοδαμεια (Laodameia), perhaps from λαος (laos) "people" and δαμαω (damao) "to tame". This was the name of several characters in Greek legend... [more]
Laodice f Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized), History, Italian, Catalan
Latinized form of Laodike. In Greek mythology, this was the name of several women, perhaps most notably of the daughter of king Priam of Troy... [more]
Laodike f Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Means "justice of the people", derived from Greek λαος (laos) "the people" combined with Greek δικη (dike) meaning "justice, judgement" as well as "custom, usage".
Laodocus m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name meaning "receiving the people".
Laomedeia f Greek Mythology
Neptune's moon
Laomedon m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun λαομέδων (laomedon) meaning "ruler of the people", which consists of the Greek noun λαός (laos) meaning "(the) people" and the Greek noun μέδων (medon) meaning "ruler" (see Medon).... [more]
Laonome f Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek feminine name meaning "the law of the people".
Laophont f Greek Mythology
Etymology uncertain. Derived from λαος (laos) meaning "the people" and potentially -φόντης (-phontes) meaning "killer of".
Laothoe f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek λαος (laos) "the people" combined with θοός (thoos) "swift, nimble". This was the name of several women in Greek mythology.
Larasati f Indonesian Mythology, Indonesian, Javanese
Means "deep" or "firm, strong, steadfast" in Indonesian. Larasati, sometimes called Dewi Larasati (or Dewi Rarasati), is an Indonesian goddess and the wife of Arjuna in the Javanese version of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
Larentia f Roman Mythology
Apparently derived from the Latin term Lares referring to minor guardian gods, the origin of which is unknown. There may be a connection to Latin larva "ghost, spectre" or larvo "to enchant, bewitch"... [more]
Latinos m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Means "Latin" this was the name of a son of Odysseus and Circe as well of various kings of Rome.
Latinus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Latinos. Used by several mythological characters and a few saints.
Latreus m Greek Mythology
Latreus was a Thessalioi Kentauroi (Centaur of Thessaly) who participated in the Centauromachy that stirred after the centaurs tried to abduct Queen Hippodamia and thus angered King Pirithous and the king's men (the Lapiths)... [more]
Laufey f Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Derived from the Old Norse elements lauf "leaf, foliage" and ey "island" or "good fortune". In Norse legend Laufey is the mother of Loki, Helblindi and Býleistr.
Laurin m German, Germanic Mythology
Old German name of uncertain origin. In recent years it has been debated that Laurin might be derived from Latin laurinus "crowned with laurels".... [more]
Lav m Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Nepali, Hinduism, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Sinhalese, Assamese
Meaning - little piece, fragment , cloves, plucking, moment, half a second, sport, act of cutting or plucking, numerator of fraction, Name of a son of lord Ram
Lazdona f Baltic Mythology
The name of an alleged Lithuanian goddess of hazels and hazelnuts.... [more]
Lea f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
Goddess of canoe builders; wife of Ku-moku-hali'i; sister of Hina-puku-'ai; she takes the form of an 'elepaio (a forest bird)
Leabharcham f Irish Mythology
Means "crooked book" from Gaelic leabhar "book" and cham "crooked" (a byname probably referring to posture). In Irish legend this was the name of the wise old woman who raised Deirdre in seclusion, and who brought together Deirdre and Naoise.
Leades f Greek Mythology
A son of Astacus, who, according to Apollodorus (iii. 6. § 8), fought in the defence of Thebes against the Seven, and slew Eteocles; but Aeschylus (Sept. 474) represents Megareus as the person who killed Eteocles.
Leaneira f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek λεων (leon) meaning "lion" and ανηρ (aner) meaning "man". In Greek Mythology, she was the daughter of Amyclas and Diomede, and mother of Triphylus.
Learchos m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived either from Greek λεων (leon) meaning "lion" (compare Leander) or from Attic Greek λεώς (leôs) meaning "the people" (see Leos)... [more]
Leeladhar m Hindi, Hinduism
Means "capable", "Lord Krishna", "Lord Vishnu" in Hindi.
Leipephilene f Greek Mythology
Etymology uncertain, perhaps a corrupted form of Leipephile, Hippophile, or Deiphile... [more]
Leizu f Chinese, Chinese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology
In Chinese mythology, Leizu was the principal wife of the Yellow Emperor (Xuanyuan) and the inventor of sericulture. She is commonly worshipped in parts of Northern China as the “Silkworm Mother”.
Lelantos m Greek Mythology (Latinized, Rare)
Son of the titans Coeus and phoebe,brother of leto and asteria.Name meaning 'something that goes unobserved' therefore becoming god of air(unseen).
Lelia f Slavic Mythology
Lelia is the Slavic goddess of spring and mercy, daughter of Lada. ... [more]
Lelwani f Mythology
Etymology unknown. This was the name of the Hattite goddess of the underworld, who lived in the dark of the earth and whose temples were associated with mausoleums.
Lendabair f Irish Mythology
Derived from Irish leannán meaning "lover, sweetheart". Perhaps the second element is siabhre "spirit, fairy" (compare Findabhair).
Lenus m Celtic Mythology
Lenus was the Celtic god of healing. He is often compared to the Roman god Mars.
Leodegrance m Arthurian Romance, Welsh Mythology
King Leodegrance was Queen Guinevere's father from Arthurian mythology. "His earliest existing mention is in the Prose 'Lancelot', though he may be identical to Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Leodegar."
Leos m Greek Mythology
Derived from Attic Greek λεώς (leos) meaning "the people". Also compare Greek λαος (laos), which has the same meaning and is found in names like Archelaus and Menelaus.
Lepreus m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek λεπρός (lepros), which can mean "scaly, scabby, rough" as well as "leprous, mangy". Obviously, it is etymologically related to the modern English word leprosy... [more]
Lepsh m Caucasian Mythology
West Circassian (Adyghe) form of Tlepsh.
Leraje m Judeo-Christian Legend
Meaning unknown, possibly of Hebrew origin. In the 17th-century grimoire 'The Lesser Key of Solomon', this is the name of a demon that appears in the form of an archer.
Leshachikha f Slavic Mythology
The wife of Leshy. Her name is derived from the same root, ле́ший (leshiy) meaning "one from the forest", ultimately from лес (les) meaning "forest".
Lethaea f Greek Mythology
Etymology uncertain, possibly from the same root as Lethe.
Lethe f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek λήθη "forgetfulness, oblivion" (source of the word alethes "true" (compare Alethea), literally "not concealing"). In Greek mythology this name belonged to a daimona of oblivion... [more]
Letum m & f Roman Mythology
Letum is the Roman version of Thanatos. Μeans "death, destruction, annihilation". Letum was far more violent in Roman mythology than Thanatos was in Greek mythology... [more]
Leucadius m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Leukadios. Also compare the name Leocadius.... [more]
Leuce f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Leuke. In Greek mythology, Leuce is the name of a daughter of Oceanus, who was the most beautiful of all the nymphs.
Leucippe f Greek Mythology (Latinized), Literature
Latinized form of Leukippe. This is the name of several characters in Greek mythology.... [more]
Leucon m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Leukon. This is the name of several characters in Greek mythology.
Leuconoe f Greek Mythology
Derived from λευκός (leukós) meaning "bright, shining, white" and νόος (nóos) meaning “mind”.
Leucophrye f Greek Mythology
Likely derived from λευκός (leukos) meaning "white, bright" and an unknown second element.
Leucosia f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
From Greek Λευκωσια (Leukosia), possibly derived from λευκος (leukos) meaning "bright, clear, white" and οὐσία (ousia) "being" or "substance, essence". According to some writers, there were three Sirens: Leucosia, Parthenope and Ligeia.
Leucothea f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Λευκοθέα (Leukothea) meaning "white goddess", derived from λευκός (leukos) "bright, clear, white" and θεός (theos) "god"... [more]
Leucothoë f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Λευκοθόη (Leukothoê), derived from Greek λευκός (leukos) meaning "bright, clear, white" and θοός (thoos) "swift, nimble". In Greek mythology, Leucothoe was the beloved of Helios and sister of Clytia.
Leucus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Leukos. This is the name of several characters in Greek mythology.
Leukadios m Greek Mythology
Meaning uncertain. There are currently two possibilities available for the meaning of this given name.... [more]
Leuke f Greek Mythology
Feminine form of Leukos. In Greek mythology, Leuke is the name of a daughter of Oceanus, who was the most beautiful of all the nymphs.
Leukippe f Greek Mythology
Feminine form of Leukippos. This is the name of several characters in Greek mythology.
Leukon m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective λευκός (leukos) meaning "white" as well as "bright, clear, brilliant" (see Leukos), which is ultimately derived from the Greek noun λύκη (luke) or (lyke), which can mean "light" as well as "morning sunshine".... [more]
Leukos m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective λευκός (leukos) meaning "white" as well as "bright, clear, brilliant", which is ultimately derived from the Greek noun λύκη (luke) or (lyke), which can mean "light" as well as "morning sunshine".... [more]
Leviathan m American, Biblical, Judeo-Christian Legend
Derived from Hebrew liwyatan meaning "twisted, coiled." This is the name of a sea monster mentioned in the Bible.
Lewalevu f Polynesian Mythology
The name of a fertility goddess in Fijian mythology, derived from lewa meaning "authority" and levu meaning "big, large".
Lexanor m Greek Mythology
Either a variant of Alexanor or an independent name in its own right, in which case the name is derived from the Greek noun λέξις (lexis) meaning "speech" as well as "word, phrase" combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man"... [more]
Libera f Roman Mythology
Roman goddess of wine, fertility, and freedom who empowers the woman to release her semen. See also Liber.