Various Submitted Names
do not "belong" to any one culture. They are put here because they cannot be categorized anywhere else.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Means "adored" in French. It is not commonly used as a name in France itself. Bearer Adorée Villany (born 1891) was a French dancer and dance theorist.
Possibly from various cities in Greece and a city in Cyprus. A bearer of this name is Saint Agia.
One root is from the Japanese word for "red". The name is used in multiple countries and cultures and likely has additional meanings as well.
A character in The Jungle Book novel, meaning "single" or "solitary" in Hindi and Urdu.
Variant of Anaïs
used outside of Catalonia, Occitania and French speaking countries.
Derived from Latin aqua
meaning "water". It is also used in English in reference to a bluish-green colour.
BELEEf & mVarious
Likely a pet name for a variety of names from different languages.
From the English word, ultimately from Latin bene volent
Soccer player Benik Afobe is a known bearer of this name.
Either a short form of Elisabeta
, a variant of Betta
or else derived from the name of the second letter in the Greek alphabet Β
Taken from the name of the flower, whose name is derived form Greek κηλος (kelos)
From the Spanish word chubasco
, meaning "squall", which is from the Portuguese word chuva
, meaning "rain".
A diminutive of any name containing the element -clem
DARRIEf & mVarious
A diminutive for any name containing the element -dar
Likely a diminutive for various names, or perhaps a variant of Deja
EDELINEfGerman, French, English, Various
Cognate of Adeline
. It was borne by Edeline Thweng, a 14th-century heiress of Ripley Castle in North Yorkshire, England. Allegedly it was not popular as an English name before 1830, until then primarily German and French in usage... [more]
In many cases this name is probably a variant of Elaine
; in some cases, however, it might have been coined as a bona fide feminine form of Hebrew Elan
This name is best known for being one of the names that the 8th-century Cornish hermit saint Lide
(also known as Elid
) was known by... [more]
ELORAHfVarious (Modern, Rare)
This name has some meanings: In English it's a variant of Elora
. In Hebrew it's a feminine form of Elor
and a combination of El
, reference to God. And Orah
, a strictly feminine form of Or
, which means "light".
in the German culture. It is also an Italian boy name possibly used as a masculine form of Ema
ENDORAfPopular Culture, Various
Based on the biblical place name Endor
, which is of uncertain meaning. It was used for a character in the American television series 'Bewitched', an allusion to the Witch of Endor.
Meaning and origin uncertain. One source states that it is ultimately derived from the Latin noun frons
meaning "forehead, brow" as well as "front", which would thus make the name etymologically related to the Latin names Fronto
Gastonia is the largest city and county seat of Gaston County, North Carolina, United States. And a feminine form of Gaston
Apparently from the name of a plant genus meaning "spiral-shaped" from Greek helix
; see Helice
), perhaps via Latin.
ICEf & mPopular Culture (Rare), Various
From the English word that denotes water frozen to a solid state. A real bearer of this name is Thomas Ice. A fictional bearer of this name is Ice, a DC comic book superheroine.