Origin: Greek Meaning: though there are different theories to the name's meaning, it could be derived from Greek titainô meaning "to stretch out" and "to strain". Titan is also a word referring to something gigantic in size or power, something that stands out for greatness of achievement and from which the word titanic originates from. In … Continue reading Titan
Origin: English Meaning: from an English surname from Old Norse Draki or from Old English Draca, both meaning "dragon". It's also an English word meaning "male duck".
Origin: Greek, English, Gaelic, Georgian Μελια (Greek) Meaning: a derivative of meli meaning "honey" as well as being the word for "ash tree". It could also be a diminutive of Amelia, a variant of Amalia from Germanic element amal meaning "work, labor". I've also seen Melia listed as a surname of Gaelic origins, from O'Maille/O'Maele, referring to male descendants … Continue reading Melia
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". … Continue reading Melior
Origin: Slavic, Italian Драго (Serbian) Meaning: from Slavic element dragu meaning "peace" as well as being a short form of names beginning with the element (such as Dragan, Dragomir, or Dragas, etc.) It's also an Italian word meaning "dragon", the Italian form of Latin draco Draga is its feminine form
Origin: Norse, Norse Mythology Meaning: all wise Variants: Alviss
Origin: English Meaning: fairy Variants: Fae, Faye
Origin: Chinese Meaning: dragon greatness, or great dragon Gender: Male
Origin: Chinese Meaning: colorful phoenix Gender: Female Cai means color or colorful while feng means phoenix in Chinese, hence the meaning "colorful phoenix".