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Male Names
  • Aasra (Indian) - Sahara; Help; Anchor; To serve
  • Akil (Arabic) - Intelligent
  • Amir (Hebrew) - Treetop; sheaf [Arabic, English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Amir or emir is the name given to a prince of an Arabic state, though it also refers to a military leader.

    Amir al-Muminin ('commander of the faithful') is a name used to refer to the Muslim caliphs.

  • Anam (Indian) - Blessing; a favor or gift bestowed by God
  • Apar (Indian) - Infinite; Limitless; Boundless; Endless;
  • Ascott (English) - Lives at the east cottage
  • Bisman (Indian) - Black; Dark Blue
  • Bolin (Chinese) - An elder brother of the rain
  • Darien (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, possibly from Darius and Darren.

  • Devavath (Indian) - Guided by the Gods; Protected by the God; One who is lead by God
  • Drake (English) - Snake, dragon [English speaking countries]

    Drake is also the word for a male duck.

    Famous Drakes include Drake Bell who appears in the children's TV sitcom Drake & Josh. It was the surname of Francis Drake, a British sailor who in 1588 famously continued to play bowls after being i

  • Duane (Gaelic) - Dark, black [English speaking countries]
  • Jagravi (Indian,Hindu) - Watchful; One who is Vigilant and Bright; Observant; One who inspires to rise up
  • Javagal (Indian) - A considerate, affectionate and wishful being
  • Joel (Hebrew) - The Lord is God [English, French, Spanish and Swedish speaking countries]

    Spelt Joël in French.

    Joel was a prophet in the Old Testament.

    Famous bearers include film directors Joel Schumacher and Joel Coen, and singer Joel Madden.

    It was the 124th most popular name in USA in 2006. It

  • Kalvin (French) - Bald [English speaking countries]
  • Kaylen (Gaelic) - Slender [English speaking countries]
  • Kumarpal (Indian) - A Jain King of Medieval Gujarat; Disciple of Hemchandra; Raja ka Palak
  • Laylie - Nightfall
  • Maleka (Scottish) - Queen in the arabic language
  • Mangjit (Indian) - One who is asked from God
  • Moina (Arabic) - Noble
  • Montrell (French) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Likely a modern coinage from Montel, or simply a name created to form a particular sound.

  • Nedda (Scottish) - Feminine of Ned.
  • Oved (French) - Worker
  • Paciencia - Patient
  • Salbatore (Spanish) - Savior
  • Vail (French) - From the vale
  • Yogi (Indian) - Master of oneself [English speaking countries]

    In Hinduism, a yogi is a practitioner of yoga. Yogi is not generally used as a first name. Baseball player Lawrence Berra received the nickname "Yogi" for his resemblance to an Indian character in a cartoon. "Yogi Bear" is a cartoon character famous fo

  • Zecharia (Hebrew) - The Lord remembers [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Aija (Indian) - Happy; Goat; A variant of name Aja; It has a meaning of melody in Latvia
  • Alessia (Greek) - Defender [English and Italian speaking countries]
  • Ayana (African) - Beautiful blossom [African and English speaking countries]

    Variant of Ayanna.

  • Destinee (English) - Destiny, fate [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Destiny.

  • Egbertina (English) - Shining sword
  • Emelye (Latin,United States) - the meaning of this name is someone who is industrious and a leader.
  • Eshanika (Indian,Sanskrit) - means to fulfill one's desires.
  • Grania (Celtic) - Love
  • Isabelle (Hebrew) - Devoted to God
  • Isis (English) - Woman of the throne [English and French speaking countries]

    In ancient Egyptian religion, Isis was the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus. She was considered the ideal wife and mother, and was believed to be a powerful magician. Isis was worshiped around the Mediterranean basin until the sixth century A.D.

  • Jasinder (Indian) - One who is praised
  • Joann (English) - Variant of Joan.
  • Julia (Latin) - Down-bearded youth [English and Polish speaking countries]

    Julia is a feminine form of the name Julius; this name was given to every female in the Julius family in ancient Rome. Julia was the name of several early Christian saints and martyrs. Julia was also the name of a character in William Shakespeare's "Two G

  • Kalene (Gaelic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Karoly (French) - Strong and masculine
  • Kassidi (Celtic) - Variant of Cassidy.
  • Kirstie (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]

    Pet form of Kirstin, the Scottish form of Christine.

  • Kopal (Indian) - Kopal means A Rose Bud
  • Larie (Scottish)
  • Lilyana (Latin,United States) - Varitation of the name Lily, flower symbolising beauty and purity
  • Martha (Aramaic) - Lady [English and Greek speaking countries]

    Martha is a name of Aramaic origin, meaning "lady, mistress".

    She was a figure in the New Testament. According to the gospel of John, she was the sister of Lazarus and Mary, and she witnessed her brother's resurrection.
    The image of

  • Meinhard (Hebrew) - Firm
  • Melanie (Greek) - Black [Dutch, English, French and German speaking countries]

    The French form of the Latin Melania, derived from the Greek 'melas', meaning "black, dark".
    The French spelling is Mélanie.

    The name was introduced to England in the Middles Ages, but became popular in the late 20th century. This ca

  • Nilaruna (Indian) - The first nimble of the sunset evening.
  • Oksana (Greek) - Welcoming [English, Ukrainian and Russian speaking countries]

    Ukrainian form of Xenia.

  • Pava (Indian) - Pava is derived from Pawapuri, the place where Lord Mahavir attained nirvana
  • Pechika (Indian) - One who has lot of consideration; strong
  • Prabhada (Indian) - Like the morning beauty; Lady; Wife of Sun
  • Sabina (Arabic) - A Sabine
  • Tamar (Hebrew) - Palm tree
Gender Neutral Names
  • Alfie (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Alfie is a nickname for names beginning with 'Alf-', most commonly Alfred. In the UK Alfie has attained considerable success as a stand-alone name, and was ranked as the 16th most popular boy's name in 2006. It has not made the US top 1000 since the 1960s

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

    A nickname for any name beginning with "Al," predominantly used for females.

    There were approximately 80 names in the US top 1000 in 2006 that could take the nickname Ally, giving approximately 70 000 girls born in 2006 who could be called

  • Barjinder (Indian) - One Who Cares For Others; Lord of Strength
  • Bronwyn (Welsh) - White breast [English speaking countries]
  • Casey (English) - From Cayce [English speaking countries]

    Casey was first used as an honorary nickname for American folk hero Jonathan 'Casey' Jones. He acquired his nickname from his birthplace, Cayce, in Kentucky. Casey is also a last name, an anglicised form of the Irish Gaelic surname Ó Cathasaigh. This mean

  • Cat
  • Delaney (English) - From the alder grove [English speaking countries]

    Delaney is a surname derived alternately from an Old English word for "alder grove," or the Irish surname Ó Dubhshláine, "Dubhshláine" being a combination of the Gaelic words "dark" and "defiance."

  • Gitano
  • Gold Cat
  • Grammer
  • Harmeet (Indian) - Gods Friends
  • Himaadri (Indian) - Snow Mountain; Peak of Snow; Mountain top of snow; Himalaya Mountains
  • Jimmie (Australian) - responsible, diplomatic and have desire to face challenges and are adventourous. They can easily change their habits because of having dynamic nature.
  • Kailyn (Gaelic) - Slender [English speaking countries]
  • Kaine (Hebrew) - A spear [English speaking countries]
  • Kamalnayan (Indian) - The name means The Lord with Lotus Shaped Eyes
  • Laken (United States) - From the Lake
  • Leigh (English) - Clearing, meadow [English speaking countries]

    Became popular in names such at Katie-Leigh, Jodi-Leigh.

  • Levyna - Issh
  • Madhu (Indian) - Honey-sweet person
  • Mel (English,United States) - One who is fearless and daring, always having brashness and self confidence.
  • Najinca (United States) - A sudden flight or wild dispersion
  • Roshan (Indian,Turkish) - Brightness of the light
  • Simcha - Joyous
  • Sincere (English) - Earnest; honest [English speaking countries]

    Sincere has recently come to popularity as a first name for either sex in the U.S. It was not generally used as a name before the 1990s.

  • Sir Woody
  • Snell - Nold
  • Spark - Gallant
  • Susan - Lily Diminutive of Susannah also used as an independent name. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
  • Tracey (English) - Thracius' place [English speaking countries]

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

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