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Supplanter, holder of the heel.
God is gracious, God's gracious gift. English form of Iohannes, Latin form of the Greek name Ioannes, derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan.
A male given name: from Germanic words meaning glory and bright. Bright fame. Combine of hrod (fame) and beraht (bright).
Who is like God?.
Wished-for child, rebellion, bitter.
Combine of wil (will, desire) and helm (helmet, protection).
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning beloved.
Origin comes from the Hebrew: Yosef or Yusef, he will enlarge, he will add.
Powerful ruler, brave power. Combine of ric (power, rule) and hard (brave, hardy).
From the Germanic name Karl, derived from a Germanic word, means: man, manly, freeman, peasant.
A male given name: from an Aramaic word meaning twin.
Arabic, Aramaic, Greek
Derived from the Greek Christophoros, composed of the elements Christos (Christ) and pherein (to bear): bearer of Christ, follower of Christ, a Christian.
English derivitive from Hebrew. Derived from the Hebrew daniel: God is my judge.
A female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning oath of God.
Gift of God.
Fem. proper name, from Latin, fem. of patricius patrician, noble (see Patrick).
A male given name: from a Greek word meaning farmer.
Cornish variation of Guinevere, anglicized form of the old Welsh name Gwenhwyfar, from gwen. Combine of gwen (white, fair) and hwyfar (smooth, soft, yielding).
Pretty one, soft, tender, beautiful.
English baby name: highly praiseworthy. From Greek anthos, means: flower.
English, Greek, Latin
Means: stranger, foreign, foreigner, travel from a foreign land; from the Greek barbaros.
Scottish and Gaelic origin, means: great chief; world mighty; power.
In Latin Paul: small, little, humble.
Form of Marcus: from the god Mars, god of war, warrior, man.
A male given name: from Old English words meaning rich, happy and guardian, wealth.
English form of the Greek name Andreas, derived from andreios: manly, masculine, brave.
From the Latin Stephanus: a crown, a garland.
Masc. proper name, Scottish, from Gaelic Caioneach, literally "handsome, comely." Loyal, handsome and born of Fire.
A female given name: from a Greek word meaning pearl.
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning God is salvation.
Handsome birth, intellect, emotional, beautiful at birth.
Means: strong, virtuous, noble, honorable, hill in Irish. Means: exalted, high-minded, strength with honor in Ancient Celtic.
English variant of Susanna: lily, lotus.
Form of Dorothea: from Greek elements doron (gift) and theos (God).
Scottish form of Ragnvaldr: ruler with counsel. Combine of regin (advice, counsel) and valdr (power, ruler).
Fem. proper name, Biblical wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac, from Hebrew, literally princess.
Honouring God, to honour.
Jessica first appears in Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice, where it is the name of the daughter of Shylock. From Yiscah, means: anointed one, royalty.
Derived from Greek iason/iasthai: to heal, healing, healer.
Greek mythological character of Helen, the daughter of Zeus and Leda, wife of the Spartan king Menelaos. Means: torch, brightness.
Diminutive of Elizabeth: oath of God, or God is satisfaction.
Danish form of Katherine: pure, innocent, unsullied.
Form of Godfrey, means: God's peace, peaceful god.
God is my oath, dedicated to God.
Little king. Diminutive form of ri (king).
A male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning supplanter, held by the heel.
Germanic tribe, from France, frenchman, free man; free, liberal, generous.
From Garwig, composed of gar (spear) and wig (battle), means: spear bearer.
Victory of the people, derived from the greek words nike (victory) and laos (people).
Form of Channah, Hannah: grace, favor.
Greek, Hebrew, Latin
Combine of er (honour, respect) and rik (king or chief). Means: honour king, powerful king, eternal ruler.
Feminine form of Alexander: defender of men.
From the Old English elements aesc (ash trees) and leah (wood, clearing, meadow, enclosure). Means: dweller near the ash tree forest.
Masc. proper name, from Latin Stephanus, from Greek Stephanos, from stephanos "crown, wreath, garland, chaplet; crown of victory".
Form of Emil. Derived from the Latin name Aemilius. Means: rival, trying to equal or excel, emulating.
God has given, gift of God.
Ruler, royalty, Cyneburg's field, forest clearing. Name popularized from the name of a city in South Africa.
In Italian, means: lady. Also form of Donald, means: great chief, world mighty.
Europe, Gaelic, Italian
Fem. proper name, biblical ancestor of David, from Hebrew Ruth, probably a contraction of reuth "companion, friend, fellow woman." The Old Testament book tells her story.
Feminine form of the Latin Carolus, cognate of Charles, means: full-grown, a man, freeman, manly; short form of Caroline.
English, German, Latin
Feminine version of Michael. Variants include Michele and Machelle: who is like God?.
Short form of Lawrence and Laurence, from the Latin Laurentius (man from Laurentum), which is from Laurentum, the name of a town in Latium. Laurel crowned.
Feminine form of the Late Latin name Laurus, means: laurel.
Fem. proper name, literally "worthy to be loved," fem. of Latin amandus "pleasing," gerundive of amare "to love" (see Amy). A top 10 list name for girls born in U.S. between 1976 and 1995.
Righteous, just, fair.
A male given name: from Germanic words meaning counsel and protection.
Painted warrior, Gaelic speaker, a person from Scotland or a person who spoke Scottish Gaelic.
God hears, or his name is God.
Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for hill covered with broom. Broom is a prolific weed. Means: from the beacon hill. Derived from a place name, means: hill covered with broom; variant of Brendan.
Honey bee, sweet.
From the Hebrew name Binyamin: son of the south, son of the right hand. Many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin.
A female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning binding.
Feminine form of Stephen: crown, crowned.
Hebrew means: bee; variant of Debra or Debbie.
Also, Sharen. a female given name: from a Hebrew word meaning a plain or flat area.
From Kynthos, Goddess of the Moon; another name for Artemis, the Greek goddess of hunt and chastity.
Vigilant, watcher, watchman, watchful, alert.
Diminutive of the Biblical name John, shortened form of Jackin, means: little John, God is gracious, supplanter, held by the heel.
Bright grassland. Combine of scire (shire, bright, clear) and leah (wood, clearing, meadow, enclosure). A song for me. Combine of shir (song, poem) and li (me).
Home ruler. Combine of haim/heim (home) and ric (power, ruler).
Dearly loved, beloved in French
Compounds of the Greek verb alexein (to protect) and noun andros (man); defender of mankind, protector of mankind.
A male given name: from a Latin word meaning patrician, noble man.
All-containing, universal, whole.
A female given name: from a Greek word meaning messenger.
French form of Katherine, cognate of the Greek Aikaterine, derived from katharos, means: pure, unsullied, virginal.
Maiden, maid, virgin.
A female given name: from the Greek word meaning pure.
Form of Jeremy: god has uplifted. Form of Gerald: rule of the spear.
Ruler of the army. Combine of wald (rule) and hari (army).
Derived from Greek Dionysios, God of wine; mountain of Zeus.
Feminine form of the Old Norse name Brandr, means: sword; feminine form of Brendan. Derived from brandr: the blade of a sword. Might be from feminine form of the obsolete Brandolf: sword wolf.
Tile maker, tile layer, tiler of roofs, door keeper of an inn.
All honey, all sweetness.
Combine of wil (will, desire) and helm (helmet, protection).
Feminine form of Francis: from France, frenchman, free man.
A female given name: from Greek words meaning victory and people.
Form of Christian, means: follower of Christ, a Christian.
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