Anya is a Russian name meaning: “gracious”.
Arista is a Greek name meaning: “harvest”.
Arrietty is a literary name from the children’s book The Borrowers.
The boy’s name Arrow is an English word name.
Arwen is a Welsh name meaning: “royal maiden”.
Audelia is an elaboration of the Old English name Audrey meaning: “noble strength”.
Avalon is a Welsh name meaning: “island of apples”.
All About the Name Azriel Gender: Boy Meaning: God help’s Origin: Hebrew Current Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names More about the name Azriel: A name borne by a Bible character known as the leader of the tribe of Manasseh (1 Chronicles 5;24). What do you think of the name Azriel? Let us know in the comments below.
Brean (BREEN) is a Irish girl’s name meaning: “from the fairy place”.
Cordelia is a Latin girl’s name meaning: “heart”
Dorian is a Greek name meaning: “tribe”. The name Dorian
♀ (French) foreign riches.
Elowen is a Cornish name meaning: “elm”.
Ember is a French name meaning: “amber”.
Everly is an English name meaning: “from the boar meadow”.
Flynn is an Irish name for a boy or girl meaning: “red-haired”.
⚥ (French) pomegrante.
Giselle is a German name meaning: “pledge”.
The Irish boy’s name Gulliver comes from a Gaelic surname meaning: “glutton”.
♀ (Scottish) Hucc clearing.
The boy’s name Ingram is a Norse name meaning: “angle raven”.
Juniper is a Latin tree name derived from the Latin word juniperus.
The boy’s name Leander is a Latin name meaning: “lion name”.
Luna is a Latin name meaning: “moon”.
Melisande is a French form of the German name Milicent meaning: “work, labor”.
Miranda is a Latin name meaning: “admirable”.
Morgana is a Welsh name meaning: “sea circle”.
Muirgen is a Welsh name meaning: “born of the sea”.
Nixie is a German name meaning: “water sprite”.
Nouvel is a French name meaning: “new”.
Nuria is a Catalan name taken from the Virgin of Núria.
Octavia is a Latin name meaning: “eighth”.
Ophelia is a Greek name meaning: “help”.
Petal is an English word name for the brightly colored leaves of a flower.
Biblical name spelled Phinehas in the Authorized Version, derived from the Ancient Egyptian name Panhsj ‘the Nubian’.