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Irish short form of Willhelm name, composed of the elements will (desire) and helm (protection).
All-containing, universal, whole.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning rest.
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).
Combine of wil (will, desire) and helm (helmet, protection).
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.
Supplanter, holder of the heel.
Olive tree, guard of all. From Olivier, a Norman French form of a Germanic name Alfher, Olaf: ancestor's heir; family's descendant.
French, German, Latin, Norse
From the Hebrew name Binyamin: son of the south, son of the right hand. Many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin.
French, feminine diminutive of Charles, means: full-grown, man, manly, freeman, peasant.
My god is the lord, my god is Yahweh.
From the name Maria: motherly, sweet, creative, kind and lovely. Wished-for child, rebellion, bitter.
From Lucania, region in southern Italy.
From Gaelic lagan (little hollow), a form of lag (hollow); dweller at a little hollow.
A blend of the medieval names Emilia and Amalia. Means: industrious, striving in Latin, defender in Teutonic.
Compounds of the Greek verb alexein (to protect) and noun andros (man); defender of mankind, protector of mankind.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning strength, strong.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning supplanter, held by the heel.
Who is like God?.
English derivitive from Hebrew. Derived from the Hebrew daniel: God is my judge.
Home ruler. Combine of haim/heim (home) and ric (power, ruler).
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.
Jack's son, derived from John: God is gracious, supplanter, held by the heel.
Masc. proper name, from Latin Sebastianus, from Greek Sebastianos, "man of Sebastia," a city in Pontus that was named for Augustus Caesar, first Roman emperor, from Greek sebastos "venerable," a translation of Latin augustus, the epithet of Caesar.
Little fire. The name of the Celtic sun god. Means: fiery.
Gift of God.
Father's joy. Father in rejoicing.
God hears, or his name is God.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning beloved.
Origin comes from the Hebrew: Yosef or Yusef, he will enlarge, he will add.
"cart-driver," late 12c., from Anglo-French careter, and in part an agent noun from cart.
Well born, yew born, young warrior, noble.
Derived from the medieval given name Wyot: combine of wig (battle) and heard (brave, hardy).
God is gracious, God's gracious gift. English form of Iohannes, Latin form of the Greek name Ioannes, derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan.
Diminutive of the Biblical name John, shortened form of Jackin, means: little John, God is gracious, supplanter, held by the heel.
Form of Emil. Derived from the Latin name Aemilius. Means: rival, trying to equal or excel, emulating.
Bringer of light and knowledge. Man from Lucania, ancient district of southern Italy.
Male form of Jade: God has heard.
From the ocean, son of the wave, born near the sea, influence.
Son of Gray, son of the gray haired.
A female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning oath of God.
Masc. proper name, biblical son of Jacob by Leah, from Hebrew lewi, literally "joining, pledging, attached," from stem of lawah "he joined."
Only son of abraham and sarah, half brother of ishmael. Laughter, he will laugh; he will rejoice.
God is my strength, God is my might, god is my strong man.
A male given name, form of Julius.
Spanish form of Matthew: Gift of God.
Rival, emulating, dear, pleasant, gracious.
Torch, bright light.
Derived from Alfred, means: wise, ruling with elf-wisdom.
English baby name: highly praiseworthy. From Greek anthos, means: flower.
English, Greek, Latin
Form of jackson: Jack's son, derived from John: God is gracious, supplanter, held by the heel.
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
Transferred use of the surname derived from the city of Lincoln in northeastern England: man from Lincoln. Combine of Welsh llyn (lake, pool) and the Latin colonia (colony). Means: lake settlement, lake colony.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning God is salvation.
Derived from the Greek Christophoros, composed of the elements Christos (Christ) and pherein (to bear): bearer of Christ, follower of Christ, a Christian.
English form of the Greek name Andreas, derived from andreios: manly, masculine, brave.
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.
A male given name: from a Greek word meaning gift of God.
Related to Hebrew kelev, means: dog. Or relate to Hebrew kal (whole, all of) and lev (heart). Means: dog in Hebrew, a symbol of devotion to God, faithful.
Little king. Diminutive form of ri (king).
Night light, refers to the moon itself, as lovely as the big star of the night.
Happy, fortunate, blessed.
From Hebrew Natan: he gave, gift from God. Lord Krishna.
Hebrew, Indian, Latin
A male given name: from an Aramaic word meaning twin.
Arabic, Aramaic, Greek
Lovely or graceful, a virtue. Eloquence or beauty of form, kindness, mercy, favor.
The given name Leo comes from the Latin word leo, meaning "lion". It can also be a nickname for a name such as Leonard or Leopold.
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.
Yahweh is salvation.
From the Germanic name Karl, derived from a Germanic word, means: man, manly, freeman, peasant.
The Lord saves, Jehovah has healed.
Son of Hudde, Hugh's son, means: heart, mind, spirit.
From Christianus, means: follower of Christ, a Christian.
From Greek Penelope, bornee in Greek mythology by Odysseus' wife: weaver. Combine of pene (threads, weft) and ops (face, eye).
Means: night in Arabic.
Hunter, one who hunts.
Connor is an Irish male given name, anglicised from the Irish word "Conchobhar", meaning "lover of hounds".
Eli is the name of the high priest in the Books of Samuel. Means: ascend, my God in Hebrew.
Means: help in Hebrew.
Rye clearing. Derived from ryge (rye) and leah (wood, clearing, meadow).
Lofty; exalted; high mountain.
Form of Zoe: life in Greek.
Long hill, ridge.
Bright one, light, honor.
Rich, wealthy, dark one. Man of Adria.
God has given, gift of God.
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."
God will raise up; God will set free.
Diminutive of Elisabeth: my God is an oath.
Place names: east town.
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