Origin: English Meaning: a diminutive form of Esther meaning “star” in English. Esther could also be a derivative of Ishtar, a Babylonian and Assyrian goddess, whose meaning is unknown Advertisements


Origin: Latin Meaning: star


Origin: English Meaning: from Old English meaning “Moon day” from elements mona “moon” and daeg “day”


Origin: Greek, Latin Meaning: Latin form of Helen, which comes from Greek helene meaning “torch” or “corposant”, or possibly related to selene meaning “moon” ‘Ελενη (Greek) Helena has different pronounciations depending on where you’re from. It’s he-LE-nah, hay-LAY-nah or he-le-nah. I prefer the he-le-nah pronounciation.


Origin: English Meaning: variant spelling of Star, an English word referring to “any of the heavenly bodies, except the moon, which appear as fixed luminous points in the sky at night” ( From Old English steorra


Origin: Arabic Meaning: evening conversation


Origin: Turkish Meaning: could be a trasncription of Hebrew Elah, meaning “oak tree” or “terebinth tree”; it’s also a Turkish name meaning “moonlight, halo” Variants: Ajla (Bosnian)


Origin: Japanese Meaning: it’s a word name that means capital in Japanese; as a female given name, it means beautiful night child. 美夜子


Origin: Japanese Meaning: hundred nights