Origin: English, Medieval French Meaning: a medieval form of Peter from Greek Petros meaning “stone”. Piers is also the plural form of pier. Pier also happens to be the Dutch form of Peter, as well as being the English term for a raised structure extending from land over water and usually used as a landing place…


Origin: Arabic مروان‎‎ (Arabic) Meaning: from what I could find, it supposedly means “solid stone” Variants: Maruan, Marouane, Merouane, Merwan, Mervan


  Origin: Greek, Armenian Πετρος (Greek) Պետրոս (Armenian) Meaning: Greek and Armenian form of Peter meaning “stone”


Origin: Scottish Meaning: from Gaelic creag meaning “crag” or “rocks”, a Scottish surname referring to someone who lived near a crag


Origin: English via Old Norse Meaning: an English surname derived from Old Norse Þórsteinn (Torsten) meaning “Thor’s stone”


Origin: English Meaning: cliff, referring to someone who lived near a cliff


Origin: French, Breton Meaning: Breton diminutive form of Pierre, itsef the French form of Peteter meaning “stone”


Origin: English Meaning: stone clearing


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, German Meaning: Norman form of Emmerich, a Germanic name with the possible meanings of “industrious ruler” or “universal ruler” Variants: Emory, Amerie Gender: Unisex Other Languages: Amaury (French), Emerie Emery is similar to the name Emma, which is very popular right now in the United States. Unlike Emma, it can be used for…