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ABI f Afizere
Abi means "owner" or "he has"/"she has" as the case maybe.
ADOLE m Idoma
Means "father of the house" in Idoma.
AETHERIUS m ?
Name of two saints - Saint Aetherius of Auxerre and St. Aetherius, bishop of Lyons.
AINA f African/ Yoruba
This name is traditional Yoruba
people of Nigeria. It is called oruko amutorunwa
which means "names brought from heaven". The name is given to a girl child who was born with the umbilical cords wrapped around her neck/body.
AMAMAH f Islamic
Amamah is name originating from the Qua'ranic verse 33:72 referring to the trust God placed in mankind.
AMANZI m & f ? (Rare)
Meaning water, cool and go’s with the flow like a wave
AMBRANSH m India
The history of the name "Ambransh" is none. its is the name that got deprived when two lovely parents of his decided to combine their names, Amber and Ansh, and ambransh was created. It is the only name in the world
ANDES m & f Quechuan
From the Quechua word anti
meaning "east". This is a mountain range and a brand of candy.
ARESU f ?
Possibly a variant of AREZOO
(the Japanese form of ARES
, not the Persian name), or a variant of ARISU
, or from the Italian surname of unknown meaning.
ASHTI f & m Farsi and kurdish
Ashti as a first name gives you a very independent nature, yet you are friendly, approachable, and generous.... [more]
ASWA m & f West African
"One who moves through darkness toward the light." implies wisdom in knowing that compared to Allah, we will always be in darkness regardless of how bright we become
ATSEN m Afizere
Atsen which means"Visitor" is a male given name among the Afizere people of Nigeria. who are predominantly in Jos Plateau and Bauchi State Nigeria.
ATSI m Afizere or Izere for short
Atsi is a popular Izere given name and sometimes used as surname among the Afizere (or Izere) people of Central Nigeria. Atsi in the Izere language means "Priest"
AYDAS m Khakas
Means "healthy" in Khakas. The Khakas people are a Turkic ethnic group living in the Republic of Khakassia in Russia.
BROWNELL m & f ?
This was American feminist Susan B. Anthony's middle name.
CAGUAX m Taino (Archaic)
Name of the cacique of the Turabo region of Puerto Rico at the time of the arrival of Columbus.
CHENZIRA m & f Zimbabwe
Other possible origins for this name include Arabic or Egyptian. Means "born while travelling".
CHOTKAR m Mari
Means "very strong" in Mari. This was the name of a Mari legendary hero.
DESTRIER m ?
From a French surname derived from the Anglo-Norman word destrer meaning "warhorse".
DUJONOU f Kpelle Liberian
It is a Kpelle Liberian name that is given to a female the stops problems between people. Basically a peace maker.
EAGLE m ?
From the English word eagle
, ultimately from Latin aquila
. Also from the surname Eagle, originally a nickname for a lordly or sharp-eyed man.
ELÁJ f & m Pwâla
One of the first Pwâla names assigned originally to Pwâ-Eláj. The name translates directly to “scholar” but also suggests “curiousity” and “intelligence”.
ELKI m Miwok
Meaning, "to hang over the top of" or "to drape."
ENOBA f Idoma
Means "Mother of my husband" or "Mother-in-law"
ERIANTHE f ?
Popularly claimed to mean "lover of flowers" (apparently due to association with Greek eran
"to love, to be in love with"), it may actually mean "woolly-haired flower" from the botanical name eriantha
, ultimately from Greek ἔριον (erion)
"wool" and ανθος (anthos)
EVANE f Nenets
Means "orphan" in Nenets. This name was given to baby girls who were born after the death of their fathers.
FACEBOOK f Egyptian (Modern, Rare)
Inspired by the impact social media played in the #Jan25 revolution in Cairo's Tahrir Square, an Egyptian man reportedly named his firstborn daughter "Facebook."
FENRIN m Fictional (?)
A lupine-inspired name created by Laure Eve for Fenrin Grace in her book The Graces.
FIKILE f Xitsonga
Means "arrived" in Xitsonga, one of the languages spoken in South Africa.
GAJE m ?
The name of a millitary person, Gaje Gahe
GANOOSH m & f Arabic/English (Rare)
Ganoosh is an English name coming from baba ghanoush, a Levantine food and means "pampered papa" or "coy daddy".
GITONGA m Meru Embu Gikuyu
This name is commonly used in Meru, Embu and Gikuyu regions in Kenya. The name means a rich man. The name has been passed from generation to generation since time in memorial. The cultures which usually name their male children after their grandparents-dead or alive intentionally do this to ensure the character or personality of the grandpa can be carried to the grandchildren.
HAŤEJ f Miwok
It really does come from a Miwok word, ha·t'ej, which means "press with the foot" or "make tracks."
IDALMA f Spanish Italian Germanic
Composed from the names Ida (hard work ) Germanic and Alma (soul) Spanish, Italian,its meaning is possibly : Hard working soul
IGNIS f & m ?
Of unknown origin and meaning.
ITSAI m Otomi
This name comes from the Otomí culture, an indigenous ethnic group in Mexico. The name means "Crystal Clear"