Origin: Italian Meaning: created by Matteo Maria Boiardo for his poem Orlando Innamorato (1495) from Italian brado “wild, untamed, natural” and amante “loving”


Origin: English, Latin Meaning: from Latin decem meaning “ten” because, originally, it was the tenth month of the year in the Roman calender, which began with March


Origin: Finnish Meaning: fairytale, fable


Origin: Russian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Korean Meaning: farmer, earthworker; lily; glass Yuri is a male Russian name, a variant transcription Yuriy, which is the Russian and Ukrainian form of George, meaning “farmer, earthworker”. ( Юрий ) Russian;  ( Юрій ) Ukrainian Yuri is also a Japanese female name meaning “lily” (百合).. Yuriko (百合子) is a variant of the…


Origin: English, Polish Meaning: feminine form of John meaning “God is gracious” Variants: Joanne, Joannie, Joan


Origin: Latin Meaning: originally coming from a Roman family name Egnatius (of unknown meaning), it’s current spelling was changed to resemble Latin ignis meaning “fire”


  Origin: German, Latin, English Meaning: debated. Most of the information I could find on it list it as being of Germanic origin meaning “eagle, strong”. It could also be a variant of Latin Amalia, from the Germanic element amal meaning “work, labor” Amalda is also the name of a genus of sea snails in…


Origin: Latin Meaning: from a Roman cognomen meaning “red-haired” Variants: Rufinian, Rufinianus, Rufinius, Rufinus


Origin: Greek, Latin, Breton, English Meaning: I’ve seen four different meanings for this name. The first is that it’s a combination of Melissa (meaning bee) and Lora (meaning laurel); or Melinda or Melanie (black, dark) It could also be a variant of Meliora, from Latin Melior meaning “better” or “honey-maker” from a medieval French corruption…


Origin: German Meaning: from Germanic elements odal “heritage” and ric “power” meaning “prosperity and power” Variants: Ulric, Ulrick, Ulrik, Odalric; Ulrika and Ulrica are its feminine forms


Origin: English, Italian, Irish Meaning: a diminutive/nickname form of names such as Eleanor/Eleanora/Leonora/Leanora ( meaning “the other Aenor”), or Honora (honor)


Origin: Basque Meaning: from Basque place name (or surname) Extaberri meaning “the new house” Variants: Zavier


Origin: Cornish Meaning: a Cornish place name meaning “fort of Maeldaf” or “Maeldaf’s fort”

Jean, Jeanne

Origin: French, Scottish, English Meaning: Jean is the French masculine form of John (Yahweh is gracious) and Jeanne is the French feminine form of the name. Jean is also the Scottish form of Jane, which is the feminine form of John. Jean and Jeanne are pronounced ZHAWN (or Jaune) in the French language while Jean in English…


Origin: Russian, Greek, Bulgarian Варвара (Russian, Macedonian, Bulgarian); Βαρβαρα (Greek) Meaning: the Russian, Bulgarian and Macedonian form of Greek Barbara meaning “foreigner, barbarian” Variants: Barbara, Barbra


Origin: Greek Meaning: from Greek damazo meaning “to tame” Variants: Damion, Damien, Damianos, Damianus, Damyan, Demyan


Origin: Italian Meaning: an Italian feminine form of Damian from Greek Damianos meaning “to tame”


Origin: English Meaning: variant spelling of Clark, a surname from Old English clerec meaning “cleric” or scribe” from Latin clericus meaning “scribe”, “secretary” or referring to someone with a religious order or someone who was educated

Sue Anna

Origin: English Meaning: it’s a combination name Sue, short for Susan/Susannah meaning “lily” and Anna, meaning “favor” or “grace”


Origin: English, Anglo-Saxon Meaning: an ancient place name variously recorded as Dubris, Dofras, and Doferum. The meaning is a bit tricky since there seems to be different thoughts on it. The most held belief is that the name came from Celtic origin, Dubra, meaning “waters” but there’s also another claim that it means “port of the…