The entry for [name_m]Sindri[/name_m] says it means “mythical dwarf” In fact it’s from the Old Norse sindri meaning “sparkling” or “blacksmith” (someone who sprays sparks). [name_m]Sindri[/name_m] is a dwarf in Norse mythology, but it’s just the name of the character and has nothing to do with its meaning.
It’s also a Māori word name that means “bird”.
[name_m]Hi[/name_m], I noticed a whole bunch of the ‘similar names’ for [name_m]Aragorn[/name_m] are double-barrel girls’ -Rose names, for some reason? Is this a database error or does it have more to do with the analytics of what people are searching/clicking on?
In any case, it made me chuckle. I’m sure parents looking for an alternative to [name_m]Aragorn[/name_m] will find Layla-rose the perfect compromise!
As I know (could be wrong), the latter. Seems like someone adores both [name_m]Aragorn[/name_m] and -Rose names