Origin: English, Irish, Latin Meaning: from the hollow; horn Variants: Cory, Cori, Korey, Corrie Corey is an Irish name meaning from the hollow, but it could also be a diminutive of the Latin Cornelius, meaning horn.

Arturo, Arthur

Origin: Spanish, Italian, English Meaning: debated. It could come from Celtic artos “bear” + rigo. It may also come from the Roman cognomen Artorius although its meaning us unknown, and yet it could also be derived from the Greek Arcturus, meaning “bear guardian”, although that might be a bit of a stretch, Variants: Artur, Art, Arthur, Artair


Origin: Greek Meaning: to hate; to lament, bewail; one who is full of fury; angry man; adventurous journey Variants: Odessa, Odyssa, Odissa, Odessia Gender: Female Odyssia could be derived from the Greek figure Odysseus, which means angry man, full of fury, or all those other less than savory meanings. It could also be taken from…


Origin: Germanic Meaning: lion; brave, hardy Gender: male I pronounce this as lee-o-nar-dis.


Origin: English, German, Persian, Latin Meaning: to breath, to live; voice, sound; desired; bird Gender: Female Ava is a name that has a surprising number of meanings in different languages. It could be related to Latin avis meaning bird; it could be a variant on either Eve or an anglicization of Aoife; it could come from…


Origin: Irish, English Meaning: red king Variants: Rori Gender: Unisex


Origin: Latin, English Meaning: green Variants: Veridian Gender: unisex Viridian comes from the Latin viridis (green) and the suffix –ian. It’s a color that has more green than blue, though,


Origin: Chinese Meaning: dragon greatness, or great dragon Gender: Male


Origin: Greek Meaning: green shoot Variants: Chloé, (French), Kloé (Hungarian), Cloe (Italian), Cloé (Portuguese), Chloe (English) Gender: Female Chloë was used as an epithet for the Greek Goddess Demeter


Origin: Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, German Meaning: Danish form  of Absalom, meaning “my father is peace” Gender: Male


Origin: Latin, Spanish Meaning: debated Gender: Female From what I could find, Avara is a word in Spanish meaning mean, miserable; to be mean in one’s praises. Avara could also be derived from the expression Avara kedavra, an Aramic expression that’s more familiar as Abracadabra, which is used in magic acts. Avara is also a surname.


Origin: Spanish, Portuguese Meaning: Patrician, noble birth Gender: Male Patricio is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Patrick, which itself from the Latin Patricius.


Origin: Hebrew, English, Biblical Meaning: debated. It has several possible meanings: to be rebellious; well-fed; bitter, bitterness; or it could come from Egyptian meaning “beloved” or “love”; bitter, drop; myrrh, mistress Variants: Maryam, Miriam, Maria, Molly, Marie, Mariah, Mia, Marielle, Mariel, Mariette, Marion, Manon, Mariella, Maritza, Mari Gender: Female Mary is definitely a name that…


Origin: English, Irish, Scottish, Scandinavian Meaning: royal manor; fair and fiery Variants: Kenneth, Kenton Gender: Male A surname name, Kent is also the Scandinavian form of Kenneth, meaning fair and fiery, or a short form of Kenton, which means royal manor.


Origin: English Meaning: diminutive of Mary. Rebellious; well-fed; bitter; beloved Gender: Female Polly is a medieval variant of Molly, which comes from Mary.


Origin: French, Roman, Latin, English, German Meaning: rival Gender: Male Variants: Aemilius (Ancient Roman), Emilio (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese), Emil


Origin: Greek Meaning: god’s gift Variants: Teodora, Theda, Fedora, Feodora Theodora is the feminine version of Theodore and Theodorus. Theodora may be a handful, but I’ve got characters who go by Theo and Dora (I’ve used this name twice).


Origin: Germanic, French, English Meaning: advice protector Variants: Ray, Raymonde (French) Redmund, Redmond (Irish), Raymund, Ramon, Raymundo, Raimundo (Spanish, Brazilian) Remap Gender: Male Ramona is the feminine form of the name


Origin: English, French, Latin Meaning: tailor; to cut Gender: Unisex An English surname and occupational name, Taylor comes from the French tailleur, which itself comes from the Latin taliare, which means “to cut”


Origin: English Meaning: elf friend; noble friend Variants: Elvin Gender: Male