Random Names

Male Names
  • Adharsh (Indian) - Inspiration; Influencer; Divinity personified to inspire Soul; Sun
  • Amos (Hebrew) - Encumbered; burdened [English speaking countries]

    Amos was minor prophet who condemned idol worship and pagan ritual and spurned spiritual reform in Isreal. An evil priest, Amaziah, accused him of treason to Jeraboam II due to his unwelcome message. Amos was a contemporary of Isaiah, Micah and Hosea.

  • Ansel (English) - God's protection.
  • Ashwal (Indian) - Historic name meaning Bear
  • Bart (Greek) - Son of Talmai [English speaking countries]

    A nickname for Bartholomew and similar names.

  • Clach (Scottish) - Stone
  • Dalvir (Indian) - A hero
  • Durgamsa (Indian) - Gift of Goddess Durga; A blessing of Goddess Durga; A present from Goddess Durga
  • Eginhardt (German) - Strong with a sword
  • Elwood (English) - From the old forest
  • George (Greek) - Earth worker [English speaking countries]

    There have been six British kings called George, and Saint George is the patron saint of England, knights, armorers and archers. This is also the first name of US President, George H. W. Bush and his son, President George W. Bush, and the first US Preside

  • Graeme - Warring
  • Guy (French) - Guide [English speaking countries]

    Guy is also slang for a man.

    Guy or Guido Fawkes was one of the members of a group of Roman Catholics who attempted to blow up the English Houses of Parliament and King James I on 5 November 1605. Guy Fawkes was discovered with the gunpowde

  • Himaneesh (Indian) - Lord Shiva
  • Jamin (Hebrew) - Right hand [English speaking countries]
  • Jeramiah (Hebrew) - God will raise up; God will set free [English speaking countries]
  • Kora (German)
  • Lodema (English) - Guide
  • Malaravan (Indian) - Gentle like flower; Beautiful like a flower;
  • Morfran (English) - Mythical ugly demon
  • Norman (Gaelic) - Thor mind, Thor courage [English speaking countries]

    It is also used as an anglicisati

  • Omparkash (Indian) - Brightness; Radiance of Divinity; Divine Luminance; Sacred Light
  • Pattappa (Indian) - One who has a eyes for finer details of life
  • Prabhath (Indian,Hindi) - He is like the morning light, like a dawn
  • Saramay (Indian) - One who is very firm
  • Steiner (German) - stone.
  • Sullivan (Gaelic) - Keen eye [English speaking countries]

    Used almost exclusively as a surname.

  • Tavion (Aramaic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tiernay (Greek) - Regal
  • Valentin (Latin) - Healthy, strong [English and French speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Bliss - Happy
  • Bryony (English) - The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine.
  • Charanpreet (Indian) - Fostered under Lord's feet
  • Chhaya (Indian) - A shadow or an image
  • Ciarra (Gaelic) - Dark [English speaking countries]

    Variant spelling of Ciara.

  • Daniela (Hebrew) - God is my judge [English, German, Italian and Spanish speaking countries]

    Daniela Hantuchová is a Slovak tennis player. In the US, the name is particularly popular in California, where it was #60 in 2006. In Spain it was #19.

  • Darcell (Irish) - Dark.
  • Elizabeth (Hebrew) - My God is bountiful:God of plenty. Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist in the bible. In England Queen Elizabeth I and II.One of the most frequently used names in England.
  • Ginnette (English) - Abbreviation of Virginia.
  • Igrayne - In Arthurian legend Igrayne is mother of Arthur.
  • Jessi (Literary) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Joyzelle (United States) - they are a bit introvert in nature but live their life very well. they have the fun side and do the little things to enjoy every moment.
  • Karie (German) - Free man [English speaking countries]
  • Kirstin (Latin) - Follower of Christ [English speaking countries]

    Scottish vernacular form of Christine.

  • Laurence (American) - From the place of laurel trees.
  • Lilianna (Latin) - Lilies [English speaking countries]
  • Lovie (United States) - The one who is deeply loved
  • Manimala (Indian) - A string of pearls; Jwellery made of pearls
  • Marjorie (Greek) - Pearl [English speaking countries]

    Usual modern spelling of Margery.

    It seems to have arisen as the result of popular etymological association of the name with that of the herb marjoram. This word is of uncertain origin; its Middle English and Old French form was majorane, w

  • Mckenzy (United States) - One who is pale
  • Nayati (United States) - A wrestler, one who wrestle
  • Nichola (Greek) - Victory of the people [English speaking countries]
  • Nicoleta (Romanian) - Title winner of the nation.
  • Ohana (Hawaiian,Armenian) - A person who rules or guides or inspires others.
  • Patience (English) - Patience [English speaking countries]

    From the Latin 'pati' (to suffer).

    Patience is another name for the card game Solitaire.

  • Sampson (Hebrew) - The sun. Biblical Samson was given superhuman strength by God.
  • Shaswati (Indian) - Eternal
  • Tatianna (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Tonasha (Hebrew) - Unknown
  • Zara (Hebrew) - Day's awakening
Gender Neutral Names
  • Amani (Arabic) - Desires; aspirations; wishes [Arabic and English speaking countries]

    This is an Arabic male name; but is also a prominent African name of Swahili origin. It is used as a unisex name there, and also for both boys and girls in English speaking countries, like the the U.S.

  • Ariel Sharon
  • Autumn
  • Aydan (Gaelic) - Little fire [English and Turkish speaking countries]

    Aydan is a respelling of Aidan, the standard anglicization of the Gaelic Aodhán. In Turkish it is an unrelated female name.

  • Azul (Hispanic) - Blue
  • Bharpoor (Indian) - Perfect One; Satisfied; Contented
  • Bobby (Germanic) - Bright fame [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Robert or Roberta.

  • Bongo
  • Coco
  • Donaver (United States) - Capability of doing or accomplishing something
  • Gato (Hispanic) - Cat
  • Jan (Hebrew) - God is gracious [Czech, Dutch, English, German and Polish speaking countries]

    Jan is used as a short form of John in several different languages and is only seen as a unisex name in English.

  • Jevon (United States) - A spirited man
  • Jimmie (Australian) - responsible, diplomatic and have desire to face challenges and are adventourous. They can easily change their habits because of having dynamic nature.
  • Kaine (Hebrew) - A spear [English speaking countries]
  • Keanu (Hawaiian) - Keanu name means Coolness, the Cool Breeze
  • Manat (Indian) - One who believes in fate
  • Mandy (Latin) - She who must be loved [English speaking countries]

    A short form of Amanda or Miranda, Mandy is also bestowed as an independent given name. Very occasionally Mandy is used as a male name.

  • Ms.
  • Pat (Latin) - Patrician [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Pat- names on either gender.

  • Piper - Piper
  • Pushpam (Indian) - A person who is lotus eyed, a flower
  • Rio (Spanish) - River [English and Japanese speaking countries]

    Rio is the Spanish vocabulary world for "river".
    As a Japanese female name, Rio may be written with the characters for "jasmine" (ri) and "center; middle" (o). Other possibilities include "jasmine" (ri) an "cord; strap; beginning" (o), as well as "

  • Salomon (Greek) - Peace. Variant of Shalom.
  • 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

  • Squiggles
  • Taman (Indonesian) - One who is like a garden
  • Tangi (Hawaiian) - To cry with great sadness
  • Trevon (United States) - Fair town
  • Wynne (English) - Friend [English and Welsh speaking countries]
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