Thanks for the clarification, I thought that might have been the case.
Ilsabe. It means ‘God’s Promise’ or ‘God is my Oath’. It’s pronounced ill-SOB-uh
I noticed Abcde doesn’t have an entry. I understand it’s polarizing, but my understanding is it gets a fair amount of use?
Song - Chinese surname, word name
chamberlain! english, means “chief officer of the household”
[name_m]Ymir[/name_m] is in the data base, but only under boys names. There is a girl in Attack on [name_m]Titan[/name_m] whose name is [name_m]Ymir[/name_m], there are also lots of names from aot that aren’t in the data base either
Please add Estia
Estia - Variation to [name_f]Hestia[/name_f]. Greek goddess of the hearth.
Could you add Junebug? It’s for a girl
Yup – 373 in the last 30 years or so.
Sotiria is a Greek girls’ name derived from soter meaning “savior, deliverer”, i.e. [name_m]Jesus[/name_m] [name_m]Christ[/name_m].
Zali - A Hebrew name meaning “princess”, derived from [name_f]Sarah[/name_f]. Notable bearer is Zali Steggall, bronze medallist at the 1998 [name_u]Winter[/name_u] Olympics and Australian politician.
Eefje: [name_m]Dutch[/name_m] diminutive of [name_f]Eva[/name_f]
[name_f]Radha[/name_f] is an [name_f]Indian[/name_f] unisex name derived from the Sanskrit for “success”, borne by the god Krishna’s favorite consort. Radhika is a feminine variant.
I’d love to see Olaia and Aularia / Eularia added. All three are variations of [name_f]Eulalia[/name_f] / [name_f]Olalla[/name_f] that are used in Spain. Aularia and Eularia are old Catalan versions and Olaia (also spelled Olaya) is a spelling variation of [name_f]Olalla[/name_f].
I’d really love to see Alemayehu added! It’s a unisex name that comes from Amharic, and means “I have seen the world.” A notable bearer is Alemayehu Eshete, an Ethiopian singer.
Names we came up with screwing around in a [name_u]Love[/name_u], Like, Lose game for words that aren’t names but don’t you think they ought to be? (think Arson):
- Corduroy (like the bear)