Origin: Latin, English Meaning: from Latin meaning “Saturn’s day”, after the Roman god Saturn


Origin: English Meaning: from Old Norse meaning “Frigg’s day” referring to the Norse goddess of love Frigg


Origin: English Meaning: from Old Norse meaning “Thor’s day”, referring to the Norse god Thor


Origin: Italian, Scottish Meaning: from Italian donna meaning “lady”. It’s also a feminine form of Donald meaning “ruler of the world”


Origin: Hungarian, Indian, Greek, Japanese Meaning: from Hungarian som meaning “dogwood, cornel tree” Soma is also the name of a plant (and a Hindu god) from which an intoxicating drink is used from that plant for an ancient Vedic ritual. Soma is also the name of a Rigvedic god who somehow became merged or equated with…


Origin: English Meaning: diminutive form of Queen, which comes from Old English cwen meaning “woman, wife”. Also a word name referring to a female monarch/sovereign


Pinterest Origin: English, Latin Meaning: “serenity, tranquility” from Latin serenus meaning “clear, calm”


Origin: Old Norse, Japanese Meaning: feminine form of Rune meaning “secret, lore”, which comes from Old Norse Rúni which comes from Norse element run. I’ve also found the name listed as a Japanese female name, as well as a Bengali name, though I couldn’t find any meanings for them. The closest I could find a meaning…


Origin: Greek, English Meaning: from Greek via Latin meaning “breeze”. Also a word in English referring to a “distinctive quality or illumination in the atmosphere” Variants: Avra


Origin: English, Latin Meaning: from Latin decem meaning “ten” because, originally, it was the tenth month of the year in the Roman calender, which began with March


Origin: English from Latin credere “to believe” Meaning: an English word meaning “that which is believed” or to any system, doctrine or formula of religious belief or any system or codification of belief of opinion It comes from Old English  credo, creda from Latin credo meaning “I believe”, from credere “to believe”


Origin: English Meaning: a word name referring to the first appearance of daylight in the morning. It also refers to the beginning or rise of an event


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: Greek Meaning: to give what is due; distribution of what is due, righteous anger In Greek mythology, Nemes was the goddess of vengeance and divine retribution. It’s also where the English word nemesis comes from, where it can mean an avenger bringing about someone’s downfall or destruction, or is something or someone that cannot…


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

Arya, Aria

Origin: Indian, English Meaning: spelled Arya it’s an Indian name meaning ‘honorable, noble”. Spelled Aria it becomes a music word referring to a melody which means “air” in Greek and Latin and refers to a style of singing.

Melody, Melodia

Origin: English, Greek Meaning: comes from Greek Melodia, “chanting, singing”


Origin: English Meaning: a playing card, as well as a slang word for two


  Origin: English, Greek Meaning: coniferous tree Variants: Cedrus Comes from the Greek kedros.


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