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A female given name, form of Olive: kind one, Olive tree, peace.
Variation of Eve. Maybe from Latin avis (bird), or short form of the name Chava (life, living one).
Spanish variant of Elizabeth: devoted to God, my God is bountiful, God of plenty.
Sophia, also spelled Sofia, the Greek word for "Wisdom". The name was used to represent the personification of wisdom.
French, feminine diminutive of Charles, means: full-grown, man, manly, freeman, peasant.
From the name Maria: motherly, sweet, creative, kind and lovely. Wished-for child, rebellion, bitter.
A blend of the medieval names Emilia and Amalia. Means: industrious, striving in Latin, defender in Teutonic.
Old English hearpere "one who plays the harp"
Fem. proper name, a double diminutive of Eve or in some cases from Old High German Avelina, from Avi.
Father's joy. Father in rejoicing.
Form of Emil. Derived from the Latin name Aemilius. Means: rival, trying to equal or excel, emulating.
A female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning oath of God.
Rival, emulating, dear, pleasant, gracious.
Torch, bright light.
Derived from Alfred, means: wise, ruling with elf-wisdom.
Sophia, also spelled Sofia, the Greek word for "Wisdom".
Form of Camilla: attendant for a temple, helper to the priest; feminine of the old Roman family name Camillus.
Means: intelligence of an eagle in Teutonic. Means: lion of God, derived from Ariel in Hebrew. Means: song, melody in Italian.
German, Hebrew, Latin
Bright red, red handed, one who wears or sells scarlet cloth.
Son of Maud, Matthew's son, gift of God, son of the mighty warrior.
Night light, refers to the moon itself, as lovely as the big star of the night.
Lovely or graceful, a virtue. Eloquence or beauty of form, kindness, mercy, favor.
Means: green shoot in Greek; an epithet of the Greek goddess Demeter, the fertility goddess. Means: green shoot, fresh blooming in Greek. Chloe is a Irish girl name, from name of Irish river.
From Greek Penelope, bornee in Greek mythology by Odysseus' wife: weaver. Combine of pene (threads, weft) and ops (face, eye).
Means: night in Arabic.
Rye clearing. Derived from ryge (rye) and leah (wood, clearing, meadow).
Form of Zoe: life in Greek.
Bright one, light, honor.
Pure, like a flower, name of the flower, symbol of purity.
Form of the Greek Helene, derived from the element ele: light, torch, bright.
Fem. proper name, biblical mother of the prophet Samuel, from Hebrew, literally "graciousness," from stem of hanan "he was gracious, showed favor."
Diminutive of Elisabeth: my God is an oath.
Son of Adam. Son of Addie
Rules with elf-wisdom, elf , magical being, power.
Hebrew element el (god) and or (light). Means: God is my light, God is my candle.
A female given name: from a Latin word meaning star.
A female given name: from a Latin word meaning birthday.
A female given name: from a Greek word meaning life.
Greek baby name, means: mssenger or angel, a messenger of God.
A female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning weary.
Hazel tree, light brown. From Hebrew hazael: God sees.
Means: dawn in Latin. Aurora was the Roman goddess of the morning.
Savannah is a feminine given name, taken from either the name of the city of Savannah, Georgia, or savanna, a large, grassy plain ecosystem.
From the Old English name Aethelthryth: noble and strength.
Descend, flow down.
A combination of the names Brook and Lynn, reference to the New York City borough. Means: water, stream in English.
Short form of Isabella and other names ending in bella. Means: beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful, devoted to God.
Fem. proper name, from French claire, fem. of clair literally "light, bright," from Latin clarus "clear, bright, distinct" (see clear (adj.); also compare Clara).
Variant of skyler: scholar.
Latin masculine given name Lucius with the meaning as of light (born at dawn or daylight, maybe also shiny, or of light complexion).
Derived from Latin basilica: church.
Form of Channah, Hannah: grace, favor.
Greek, Hebrew, Latin
French feminine form of Carolus, cognate of Charles, Latin, Italian and Old German origin, means: full-grown, a man, freeman, manly.
English, German, Latin
Means: birth, origin in Greek.
Derived from the Latin name Aemilius. Means: rival, trying to equal or excel, emulating.
Armored head, deformed head. Combine of cinn (head) and eidigh (ugly).
Feminine form of Samuel: name of god, god has heard. The one who listens, the listener.
Means: illusion in Sanskrit. Form of Maia. Derived from Hebrew mayim: water. Illusion, fantasy or God's power, also a variant of Maia.
Name of the tree.
Sawer of wood.
Form of Cynesige: royal and victory.
Variant of Naamahl: pleasant, beautiful, delightful in Hebrew.
Feminine form of Aali: high, lofty, sublime.
Italian form of the Latin name Helena, derived from the Greek Helene: light, torch, bright.
Fem. proper name, Biblical wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac, from Hebrew, literally princess.
Means: holy in Latin.
From Alicen, feminine French diminutive of Alice: son of Alice, variant of Alison, noble kind, nobility.
Form of Gabriel: God is my strength, God is my might, god is my strong man.
French form of the Old German Adalheidis, combine of athal (noble) and haida (hood), nobility.
From Magdala, town on the coast of the sea of Galilee.
Red coloured precious stone; derived from the Latin rubeus (reddish).
Which gives life, One that has life.
He will enlarge, he will add.
Down-bearded youth, young.
Greek baby name: chaste, holy.
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