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Male Names
  • Amum (Indian) - Very Beautiful; Priceless Beauty
  • Augustine (German) - Majestic dignity: grandeur.
  • Balbhadra (Indian) - The Elder Brother of Lord Krishna; Refers to Lord Balaram
  • Bruhier (Arabic) - Name of a Sultan
  • Chitran (Indian) - Bright coloured, distinguished, successful
  • Dayalpreet (Indian) - A lover of mercy and charity
  • Deniigi (Eskimo) - Moose
  • Donnell (Gaelic) - World rule [English speaking countries]
  • Eduard (English) - Wealthy guardian
  • Ekalavya (Indian) - One who is well known for his Devotion to his Guru; A character name in Epic Mahabharat; Pupil of Dronacharya
  • Fynn (Gaelic) - Fair [English speaking countries]
  • Halliwell (English) - Lives by the holy spring
  • Intan (Indonesian) - Diamond
  • Jaanesh (Indian) - Lord of Men; Lord of the living in Sanskrit; A spelling variant of Janesh
  • Jimm (Australian) - they are dynamic and cheerful person with bright and straightforward attitude. They posess the emotional nature and generous.
  • Kamari (Sanskrit) - The enemy of desire [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    A name of Lord Shiva, referring to His turning of Kamadeva to ash with a look from His third eye of Knowledge.

  • Kenn (English) - Abbreviation of names beginning with Ken-
  • Kenney (Irish) - Abbreviation of Kenneth. Surname.
  • Keshawn (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    A name created by combining the prefix Ke- with a variant of the name Sean.

  • lamarion (Irish) - Young challenger of the future.
  • Lonell (Irish) - Young lion.
  • Markus (Latin) - From the god Mars [English, German and Hungarian speaking countries]
  • Norman (Gaelic) - Thor mind, Thor courage [English speaking countries]

    It is also used as an anglicisati

  • Radella (English) - Elfin counselor
  • Raghavender (Indian) - Name of Lord Rama
  • Simrit (Indian) - Remembered
  • Timmothy (Greek) - To honor God, to fear God [English speaking countries]

    Rare variant of Timothy.

  • Virgil (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Virgil is the more commonly known form of the name Vergilius. It belonged most famously to a first century AD poet, author of the Roman epic poem 'The Aeneid'. In popular culture Virgil Tracy is the pilot of the (sadly fictional) Thunderbird 2.

  • Wilbur (English) - Will; desire and fortress [English speaking countries]
  • Yates (English) - Gates [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Aadrita (Indian) - Lots of Love Gathering; adorable; Charming; very likable for attractiveness
  • Ahleya (Indian) - wife of the sage Gautama Maharishi
  • Amirah (Arabic) - Princess; prosperous [African, Arabic and English speaking countries]

    Variant of Amira, which may come from the Hebrew meaning "speech" or "treetop" if written with the letter Aleph, or "sheaf of corn" if written with the letter Ayin. It is also a feminine form of the Arabic name Amir.

  • Bertilde (Indian,United States) - Shining Battle-maid; Woman Warrior; Bright Warrior Maiden
  • Breana (Hebrew) - Close to God. Variant of Brian.
  • Brisa (Spanish) - Breeze [English speaking countries]

    From the Spanish vocabulary word meaning "breeze". Brisa does not appear to be a first name in Spanish-speaking country.

  • Carlotta (Spanish) - Feminine form of Charles manly
  • Darcie (Irish) - Dark.
  • Darcie (English) - From Arcy [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Darcy.

  • Dhruti (Indian) - A patient and long lived individual
  • Faye (English) - Fairy [English speaking countries]

    Faye is derived from Middle English faie meaning "fairy", such as in the popular Arthurian figure of Morgan Le Fay.

    Faye is also the English form of the old French Foy, meaning "faith" (from the Latin 'fides').
    Sainte Foy was a Frenc

  • Garnet (French) - A dark-red gemstone named for the pomegranate because of its color.
  • Gianpreet (Indian) - A female name meaning One who Loves the Divine Knwledge. The name has Indian, Sikh origin and is represented in Sikh religion.
  • Gracie (Latin) - Good will [English speaking countries]
  • Hazel (English) - Hazel Tree - Light brown [English speaking countries]
  • Himani (Indian) - Parvati
  • Jennifer - Fair one. Variant of Guinevere. In Arthurian Mythology Guinevere was Arthur's queen.
  • Jozlyn (United States) - they are practical and aterialistic person. They develop talent and happiness. They have feelings for people and emotionally attached with people.
  • Karyn (Greek) - Pure [English speaking countries]
  • Katharina (English) - German form of Katherine
  • Lorene (English) - Variant of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
  • Mackenzie - Child of the wise leader
  • Marta (Aramaic) - Lady [English, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Armenian speaking countries]
  • Oriana (Latin) - Dawn, gold [English and Italian speaking countries]

    In 16th Century Portuguese tale "Amadis de Gaula", Oriana was the daughter of a king of England who married the knight Amadis.

  • Pellean (Greek) - Percival's father
  • Rashana (Indian) - A creation
  • Seattle (United States) - A place name
  • Sondra (Greek) - Defending men [English speaking countries]
  • Swayn (German) - Knight's attendant
  • Taydem (Romanian) - One who is light hearted and cheerful.
Gender Neutral Names
  • Adal (German) - Sweet or noble
  • Bitsy
  • Brook (English) - A brook, stream [English speaking countries]
  • Chaps
  • Chiharu (Japanese) - Springs and clear skies
  • Chimpy
  • Chu Chen
  • Daisy
  • Daryl (French) - From Airelle [English speaking countries]
  • Devin (Gaelic) - Descendant of Damhán [English speaking countries]

    Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Ó Damháin, which means 'descendant of Damhán'.

  • Ehlii (Swiss) - A noble and brave hearted person
  • Gahana (Indian) - Deep; Impassable; Ornament; Precious Jewel
  • Iphicles (Greek)
  • Jordi (Greek) - Earth worker [Catalan, Dutch, English and German speaking countries]

    Jordi can also be a nickname for names such as Jordan or Jordana.

  • Kai (Finnish) - Rejoice [English speaking countries]

    Kai is a Hawai'ian unisex name meaning "ocean."

    It can also be a nickname for the feminine "Kaja" in Swedish, or from the masculine "Gaius" in German, Dutch and Finnish.

  • Kanan (Indian) - Kanan means Garden, Firest
  • Kapueo (Hawaiian) - Kapueo name means Owl in Hawaiian
  • Kealohilani (Hawaiian) - The name means The Shine of the Heaven
  • Keani (Hawaiian) - Keani means Breeze or Wave
  • Kendall (Gaelic) - Valley of the River Kent [English speaking countries]

    Surname from the place name Kendal in Cumbria, recorded in 1095 as Kircabikendala ‘village with a church in the valley of the Kent river’.
    It is also an Anglicized form of the Welsh personal name Cynddelw, which was borne by a famous 12th-century W

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  • London (English) - From London [English speaking countries]

    London itself is of obscure etymology, but is possibly connected with the Celtic element 'lond' which means 'wild'. The Latinised Roman name for London was Londinium.

  • Long (Vietnamese) - Dragon [English and Vietnamese speaking countries]

    The name of one of the four sacred creatures in Viet Nam, the dragon. It is in part taken from several place names such as Ha Long Bay.

  • Neomonni (United States) - The group of suspended water droplets.
  • Nimay (Indian) - The natural stream of water.
  • Nirved (United States) - Came to this world in the month of November.
  • Penelope (Greek) - Dream weaver
  • Skylar (Dutch) - Guarded; scholar [English speaking countries]

    Skylar is an anglicised form of the Dutch surname Schuyler. It has been in the US top 1000 girls' names since the beginning of the 1990s, and so rose to popularity some ten years after the alternative spelling Skyler did for boys. The origins of this name

  • Tracey (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

    Also an Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Treasach ('warlike, fierce')

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