Esther

Origin: Hebrew, English, Biblical Meaning: could mean star in Persian, but could also be derived from Ishtar, meaning unknown Variants: Ester, Esta, Estee Advertisements

Alexis

Origin: Greek Meaning: helper, defender

Anne

Origin: English, French, Biblical Hebrew, Frisian Meaning: form of Hannah, meaning grace; eagle In Friesland, somewhere in northwestern Germany, the name comes from Saxon arn meaning eagle; both Anne and Anna are occasionally used for both men and women

Flynn

Origin: Irish, English Meaning: descendant of Flann, or descendent of the red-headed one

Tora

Meaning: Scandinavian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Japanese Meaning: thunder; tiger Tora is a form of Thora, which comes from Thor meaning thunder; it also means tiger in Japanese

Bryce

Origin: English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh Meaning: speckled Variants: Brice (Welsh)

Meg

Origin: English Meaning: diminutive of Margaret, meaning pearl

Hayden

Origin: English Meaning: hay valley or hay hill Variants: Haydn, Haden

Kelsey

Origin: English Meaning: from Old English elements cene meaning “fierce” and eg meaning “island” ultimately meaning “Cenel’s island”. Variants: Kelsie, Kelsi, Kelsea

Boris

Origin: Russian, Bulgarian, German, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian, Georgian Meaning: could possibly mean wolf, short, or snow leopard

Bailey

Origin: English Meaning: bailiff Variants: Bailee

Adler

Origin: German Meaning: eagle

Alison

Origin: English, Norman French Meaning: a medieval variant of Alice, meaning “noble” Variants: Allison, Allyson, Alyson

Trent

Origin: English Meaning: across travel or rapid stream

Hiba

Origin: Arabic Meaning: gift Variants: Hibah

Cedar

  Origin: English, Greek Meaning: coniferous tree Variants: Cedrus Comes from the Greek kedros.

Tiffany

Origin: English, Greek Meaning: form of Greek Theophania, meaning manifestation of God. Variants: Tiffani, Tiphanie; Theophanes (m), Feofan (m, Russian)

Conleth

Origin: Irish Meaning: chaste fire, prudent fire or purifying fire Variants: Conley

Gemina

Origin: Greek Meaning: perhaps a form of Gemini, meaning twins, or a form of Jemima, meaning dove Variants: Jemina

Eldon

Origin: English Meaning: sacred hill or Ella’s hill