Origin: Norwegian, English Meaning: from Old Norse Eldríðr meaning “fire beautiful” or “beautiful fire” from elements eldr “fire” and fríðr “beautiful”. It could also come from Old English Æðelþryð meaning “noble strength” from English elements Æðel “noble” and þryð “strength”. It could also be the Old Norse orm of Eldrit, the Frankish form of masculine Hildifrid meaning “battle,fight/peace, friendship” from elements hild “battle, fight” and frid “peace,…


Origin: Irish Meaning: an Anglicized form of Gaelic surname Mac Aodhagáin meaning “descendant/son of Aodhagáin”, the latter being a double diminutive of Aodh meaning fire so it would mean “little fire”. Variants: Keagan, Kegan


Origin: Irish Meaning: an Anglicized form of Lasairfhiona, composed of elements lasair meaning “flame” and fion meaning “wine”, essentially meaning “flame of wine”. Lassarina is another name for the Irish goddess Lasair (whose name means flame). Part of a goddess triad (her sisters being Inghean Bhuidhe and Latiaran) who presided over the growing, ripening and harvesting of the crops….


Origin: Irish, Scottish Meaning: variant spelling of Aidan, which is the Anglicized form of  Aodhán, from old Irish Áedán, a dimunitive of Áed/Aodh meaning “fire”, a name borne by several figures in Irish mythology Variants: Aidan, Ayden, Adan, Aodh, Aodhán, Áed


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: Latin Meaning: perhaps related to the Latin fulgere, meaning “to flash”. In Roman mythology, Vulcan was the god of fire and is the Roman counterpart to the Greek god Hephaestus


Origin: Greek Meaning: red or flame-colored


Origin: Latin, Hebrew, Spanish, Portuguese Meaning: sun; short form of Solomon being peace In Roman mythology, Sol is a sun god; it also means sun in Spanish and Portuguese; Sol is also the short of Solomon, meaning peace Sól is also the Norse goddess of the sun, the equivalent of Sunna, goddess of the sun…


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

Vesta, Hestia

Origin: Roman; Greek Meaning: hearth, fireside Gender: Female Vesta is the Roman form of the Greek Hestia, both of them being the goddesses of the hearth