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Male Names
  • Aarurdoss (Indian) - One who is in Everyone; present in everyone's life
  • Anwyl (Celtic) - Beloved
  • Balram (Indian) - Older brother of Lord Shri Krishna; A name of Lord Balaram who is splendid and powerful
  • Brandon (English) - Broom hill [English speaking countries]

    Originally a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "broom hill" in Old English. Brandon is the name of the second-largest city in the Canadian province of Manitoba, and is the name of several towns throughout the U.S. and U.K.

  • Daeven (Indian) - Little Black One
  • Darrell (French) - From Airel [English speaking countries]
  • Devabhag (Indian) - A Portion of the Gods; Gift of God
  • Evoy (Irish) - Blond
  • Farley (English) - From the bull's pasture
  • Felix (Latin) - Happy, lucky, fortunate [English, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    There have been several St Felixs. St Felix and his sister, St Regula, are the patron saints of Zurich. St Felix of Burgundy is known as the bishop who introduced Christianity into East Anglia, in England. There have been four Popes named Felix.

  • Jagadisa (Indian,Hindu) - King of the Universe; Supreme Being of the Universe; Ruler of the Universe; Lord Shiva
  • Jaleel (Arabic) - Grand; noble [English speaking countries]
  • Jeevansh (Indian) - Part of Soul; Part of Life; Part of Heart
  • Kal purush (Indian) - The name means Orion or The Hunter
  • Killer (Irish)
  • Lachman (Indian) - A name of younger brother of Ram; Variant spelling is Lakshman
  • Malak (Hebrew) - Messenger
  • Mekhi (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage. Possibly linked to the name Michael. Has increased in popularity to the credit of American actor Mekhi Phifer.

  • Nipun (Indian) - One of the colors , Green.
  • Oliver (French) - Elf army [English speaking countries]

    From the French Olivier, believed to be an old French version of the Germanic name Alfihar. The name is also associated with the olive tree and therefore peace. Oliver was the 173rd most popular boy's name in the US in 2006, but the third most popular i

  • Pig-Pen (Italian)
  • Rayman (English) - Form of Raymond Guards wisely.
  • Sampavan (Indian) - He who has a pure heart
  • Shiloh (Hebrew) - Peaceful, tranquil [English speaking countries]

    Shiloh (variant transcription of Shilo) is a Biblical place name. It was a gathering place and sanctuary of the Hebrew at the time of the Judges, between Jericho and Sachem.

    It is also used as a reference to the Messiah, although this is l

  • Star (English) - Star
  • Stewart (English) - Guardian of the house [English speaking countries]

    From the English word, steward, or caretaker of the house.

  • Tahlia (Irish) - Lamb: lambkin. Also an abbreviation of Natalia.
  • Tuppere (English) - Ram herder
  • Zach (Hebrew) - Pure [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    As a Hebrew independent name, Zach or Zak means "pure; clean; innocent".
    Zach is more frequently used in English-speaking countries as a nickname for Zachary (meaning "the Lord remembers"), Zachariah, Zachaeus, Issac, or any other Zach- variant.

  • Zion (Hebrew) - Uncertain, perhaps dry place [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Adelaide (Germanic) - Noble kind; of the noble sort [English speaking countries]

    This name was imported to England by Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, the wife of William IV of Great Britain. She gave her name to the South Australian city of Adelaide. In contemporary literature of the time, Adelaide was frequently used as a name for upper

  • Aislynn (Celtic) - Inspiration. Variant of Aislinn.
  • Annice (English) - Variant of Anne or Agnes.
  • Annie (Hebrew) - Grace; favour [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for An- names.

    'Annie' is a comic strip and musical about a red-haired orphan who is taken in by a wealthy man, Warbucks, for Christmas and subsequently adopted by him.

    Annie Lennox is a Scottish singer and member o

  • Bailey (English) - Courtyard within castle walls: steward or public official. Surname or given name.
  • Bruna (German) - Of the dark hair
  • Christie (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for feminine Christ- names.

  • Corrianna (English) - Variant of Cory meaning variously - From the round hill: seething pool: ravine
  • Debashmita (Indian) - God has blessed them with a beautiful smile
  • Ellen (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    Except for its roots to Helen this name can also be linked to more common El-names such as Eleanor.

    There are various actresses named Ellen such as comedian Ellen DeGeneres, 'Grey's Anatomy' star Ellen Pompeo, Ellen Barkin and Academy awar

  • Erea (Celtic) - From Ireland
  • Hetal (Indian) - Friendly, reponsive
  • Himdhar (Indian) - One from the snowy land
  • Iyana (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    The etymology of the names Iyana and Iyanna are hard to trace. They are undoubtable modern coinages, but the roots are hard to determine. They could be modern variants of the Celtic Iana; or possibly Aiyanna, which also had a very blurred etymology. Rega

  • Kadalynn (English) - Unknown
  • Kamini (Indian) - Beautiful Woman; Desired; Wish; A variant of name Kamala which means flower
  • Kasidee - Variant of Cassidy.
  • Katelyn (Gaelic) - Pure [English speaking countries]
  • Kerrin (Irish) - Beauty. Abbreviation of Kerenhappuch: In the bible Keren was one of Job's three daughters.
  • Kirsten (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]
  • Linzey (United States) - Form of Lindsay, means island where the linden trees grow
  • Madisen (English) - Son of Maud; Matthew's son [English speaking countries]
  • Manjira (Indian) - Bells worn on the ankles
  • Oralee (Hebrew) - My light [English speaking countries]

    This name is a variant of the Hebrew name Orali, but it could also be an English variant of French name Aurélie.

  • Rajeshvari (Indian) - One of the many names of Goddess Parvati
  • Rupa (Indian) - A beauty of silver
  • Sibyla (Irish) - Prophetess
  • Tassy (Russian) - Variation of the Russian name Tassie, means born on Christmas
  • Valarie (Latin) - To be healthy, strong [English speaking countries]
  • Vrushti (Indian) - Rain
Gender Neutral Names
  • Amanda (Latin) - She who must be loved [English speaking countries]

    Amanda is the feminine gerundive of the Latin verb 'amo' (I love) and thus literally means 'she who must be loved'. In the US, Amanda was particularly popular in the 1980s. Amanda can also be a male name which is Sanskrit in origin.


  • Avarna (Indian) - One who has a fun loving nature and timid personality; colorless
  • Cassidy (Gaelic) - Curly [English speaking countries]

    Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Ó Caiside ('descendant of Caiside'). This surname is currently also used as a first name for both genders. It was the surname of Wild West bank and train robber Butch Cassidy, and American singer Eva Cassidy.

  • Coco
  • Gunvinder (Indian) - lord or Guru of india generally called gunvinder,The planet Saturn belongs to Gunvinder.
  • Heifer
  • Hojo
  • Ice
  • Jaspinder (Indian) - Lord's glory
  • Kadal (Indian) - Kadal means Ocean
  • Kesha [English and Russian speaking countries]

    As a Russian male name, Kesha is a pet form of various names, including Vikenti and Innokenti.

    As a female American modern coinage, Kesha may be related to such names as Keisha or Lakeisha/Lakesha.

  • Krystalynn - Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. K from the Greek spelling of krystallos.
  • Lexis (Greek) - Defender [English speaking countries]
  • Locke - Lives by tbe stronghold. Surname referring to a lock or locksmith.
  • Lonnie (Germanic) - Noble and ready/prompt; all struggle [English speaking countries]
  • Makenna (Gaelic) - Son of Cionaodh [English speaking countries]

    Popular variant of MacKenna.

  • Marsh - From the marsh
  • Michi (Japanese) - the upright path.
  • Monkaushka (United States) - The shaking of the earth
  • Pasamili (Indian) - A happy go lucky; spontaneous and loving being
  • Pat (Latin) - Patrician [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Pat- names on either gender.

  • Rainier - Strong counselor.
  • Reilly (Gaelic) - Courageous, valiant [English speaking countries]
  • Rumor (United States) - A feeling of falsity
  • Rylee (English) - Rye clearing [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Riley; popular on girls.

  • Sahuri (Indian) - The Sun and the Earth
  • Simcha - Joyous
  • Susu (Chinese) - A very slight sound. A quiet person
  • Tory (Latin) - Conqueror; victory [English speaking countries]

    For girls this is usually a nickname for Victoria, but for boys it is derived from the Scandinavian name Thorir.

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