Monica

Origin: Unknown Meaning: though the name is of unknown meaning, believed to have North African or Phoenician origins, it has been associated with Latin moneo meaning "advisor" and Greek monos meaning "one". Variants: Monique (French); Mònica (Catalan); Mónica (Spanish); Mônica (Portuguese); Monika (Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, German, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish). Mona has been used … Continue reading Monica

Eka

  Origin: Indonesian, Georgian, Finnish ეკა (Georgian) Meaning: an Indonesian unisex name meaning "one, first" derived from Sanskrit eka (एक). It's also a Georgian feminine name, a short form of Ekaterine, the Georgian form of Katherine which has several possible meanings: “pure, chaste” from the Greek katharos; or it could come from hekateros, “each of … Continue reading Eka

Shiva

Origin: Indian, Persian शिव (Hindi, Sanskrit) شیوا (Persian) שבעה (Hebrew) Meaning: a masculine Sanskrit name meaning "benign, kind, auspicious". It's also a feminine Persian name meaning "charming, elegant". In Hindu mythology, Shiva is the Hindu god of destruction and renewal, the husband of the goddess Parvati. Variants: Siva (Hini, male). In Judaism, Shiva is a … Continue reading Shiva

Bathsheba

Origin: Hebrew בַּת־שֶׁבַע (Hebrew) Meaning: "daughter of the oath" or, alternatively, "daughter of seven" since the last part of the name (sheba) is similar to both the word for oath and seven. For a more detailed etymology of the name, I posted the link below. Variants: Bat-Sheva, Batsheva Sheba could be a short form of … Continue reading Bathsheba

Alpha

Origin: Greek, English Meaning: it comes from the first letter of the Greek alphabet. In the English-speaking world, it's used to describe something as being the first of the beginning of something, or a dominant person, a leader

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 … Continue reading Cato, Kato