Origin: Breton, French Meaning: Breton form of French Judicaël meaning “generous lord” or “generous prince” from elements iud (lord, prince) and cael (generous). Judicaelle is a feminine form of the name. Variants: Judicaël, Juhel (French); Iudicael, Yezekael, Judicael


  Origin: Latin, Breton, English Meaning: it could be a form of Meliora, from Latin melior meaning “better”. It’s used as the motto for the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, and translate as “ever better” or “always better” on the idea to always strive to be better. It could also be a corruption of Breton meler meaning “honey-maker”….


Origin: Breton, English Meaning: an Anglicized form of French Hervé which comes from Breton Haerviu, composed from elements haer “battle” and viu “worthy”, meaning “battleworthy”


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: French, Breton Meaning: Breton diminutive form of Pierre, itsef the French form of Peteter meaning “stone”


Origin: Irish, Scottish, Breton Meaning: debated. It could be either “little rock” or “handsome” in Breton Variants: Alanna, Alannah, Alaina Gender: Female