Lewis, Louis

Origin: French, English, Dutch Meaning: form of Ludwig, meaning “famous war/battle” or “famous warrior”


Origin: German, Dutch, Polish, English Meaning: German form of Robert, meaning “bright fame”


Origin: English, French, Dutch, German Meaning: bright pledge or shining pledge


Origin: English, French, German, Polish, Dutch Meaning: noble, bright


Origin: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Georgian, Biblical Meaning: form of Eve, meaning to breathe or to live


Origin: Hebrew, English, Dutch, Biblical Meaning: father of many; father of multitude


Origin: Greek, Finnish, German, Dutch Meaning: honor, esteem; honoring God; famous people Timo is the feminine form of masculine Timon, meaning “honor, esteem”; it’s also the German, Dutch and Finnish masculine given name derived from Timothy, meaning “honoring God”; it’s also a German and Dutch name from Thiemo, “famous people”


Origin: Ancient Roman, English, Dutch, German Meaning: horn Cornelia is the feminine form of the name

Cato, Kato

Origin: Ancient Roman, Dutch, Hungarian, Japanese, African, Eastern African (Luganda), Ganda Meaning: wise; “pure, chaste” or “each of the two; singly”; “torture” or “my consecration of your name”; “add/increase” + “wisteria”; “second of twins” In Latin, Cato means wise and is the name of several Roman figures. It’s also the short of feminine names Catharina…


Origin: English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch Meaning: wealth, fortune + war variants: Editha, Edytha, Edythe, Edit


Origin: Roman, Romanian, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, French, English Meaning: comes from either the Roman god of war, Mars, meaning “male” or comes from Latin word mare meaning “sea”


Origin: Latin, English, Swedish, German, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch Meaning: feminine form of Christian, meaning “Christian” Variants: Christine, Kristina, Kristine, Kristin, Kristen


Origin: English, German, Dutch Meaning: spear of strength Variants: Trudy, Trudie, Gertie


Origin: Greek, Finnish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Hungarian, Meaning: feminine form of Peter, meaning “stone” or “rock” Variants: Peta, Petrina, Penka


Origin: English, French, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Slovak Meaning: from Latin vincere, “to conquer” Variants: Vincenzo, Vincente (Italian), Vince, Vinny, Vinnie


Origin: Hebrew, English, Dutch Meaning: short form of Michael, “who is like God?”


Origin: Germanic, Dutch, English Meaning: army man or army soldier Variants: Armand (French), Armando (Spanish), Hermann Gender: Male It reminds me of the author Herman Melville.