Name Meaning

South Africa
October 29, 2006 2:57am CST
Tell me your name and I will tell you the meaning of your name.
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• Indonesia
29 Oct 06
cahyo, tell me the meaning of my name
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@yadsan (199)
• India
29 Oct 06
http://www.mylot.com/?ref=yadsan krishna with a bell...?
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
Hi My apologies but I cant find anything on your name. Any other mylot users want to help me in finding the meaning of his name pleae.
• United States
29 Oct 06
form of Hindi Krishna , meaning "the black/blue.
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@yadsan (199)
• India
29 Oct 06
http://www.mylot.com/?ref=yadsan my name reiki master, prof. sanjay yadav. does this name have any meaning...? please tell...as you seem to be a interested person in finding more on name meanings. GBU.
• South Africa
29 Oct 06
SANJAY Gender: Masculine Usage: Indian Means "completely victorious, triumphant" in Sanskrit. This was the name of a royal official in Hindu legends. YADAV Usage: Indian Means: Lord Krishna
• United States
8 Nov 06
Marcie
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
Name: Marcia Gender: Female Origin: Latin Meaning: martial Similiar names: Marzia, Marsha, Marshe, Marcille, Marchita, Marchette, Marquita, Martia, Marcelia, Marcy, Marci, Marcie, Marcey, Marsi, Marsy, Marsie
@Sorathian (4330)
• Pakistan
29 Oct 06
Umer
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
The boy's name Umar is of Arabic origin, and its meaning is "prospering, thriving." Umar has 3 variant forms: Omar, Omer and Umer. Umar - Old Arabic name (Second Khalifah) Omar Life, long living
@Sorathian (4330)
• Pakistan
29 Oct 06
Thnxx Sameera :)
• South Africa
29 Oct 06
It is a pleasure.
@moneymind (10521)
• Philippines
29 Oct 06
felix. greetings. : )
• South Africa
29 Oct 06
FELIX Gender: Masculine Usage: English, German, Romanian, Ancient Roman, Biblical Pronounced: FEE-liks (English), FE-liks (German) [key] From a Roman cognomen meaning "lucky, successful" in Latin. This was the name of many early saints and four popes. Another notable bearer was the 19th-century German composer Felix Mendelsohnn. Meaning - Happy
@yadsan (199)
• India
29 Oct 06
http://www.mylot.com/?ref=yadsan felix,..... it means to me as ==== feelings=====
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• Italy
29 Oct 06
MY names's Daniela, it has Hebrew origin and means " Judged by God " , or " Wanted by God "
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
Origin - Hebrew Meaning - God is my judge. Gender - Female From the Hebrew name ????????? (Daniyyel) meaning "God is my judge". Daniel was a Hebrew prophet whose story is told in the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament. He lived during the Jewish captivity in Babylon, where he served in the court of the king, rising to prominence by interpreting the king's dreams. The book also presents Daniel's four visions of the end of the world. Famous bearers of this name include English author Daniel Defoe, Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli, and American frontiersman Daniel Boone.
@usman4ud (331)
• Pakistan
29 Oct 06
My name is Usman
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
The meaning of the name Usman is: Servant of God The origin is: Arabic USMAN: Variant of Arabic Uthman, meaning "baby bustard." A bustard is a crane-like game bird.
@amsharma (1861)
• United States
29 Oct 06
My name is Adrienne and it means Woman of the sea. It is also listed as meaning Dark/Rich, depending on the origin.
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
Origin - French Meaning - Rich, Wealthy, Dark one. Gender - Female
@oresal (1350)
• El Salvador
29 Oct 06
frank
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
FRANK Gender: Masculine Usage: English, German, Dutch Pronounced: FRANGK (English), FRAHNK (German, Dutch) [key] From a Germanic name which referred to a member of the Germanic tribe, the Franks. The Franks settled in the regions now called France and the Netherlands in the 3rd and 4th century. They derived their tribal name from the name of a type of spear that they used. Origin - Latin Meaning - Form of Francis. A free man. Gender - Male FRANCIS Gender: Masculine & Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: FRAN-sis [key] From the Late Latin name Franciscus which meant "Frenchman". Saint Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan order of friars, was the son of a wealthy merchant who renounced his father's wealth and devoted his life to the poor. Later in his life Francis apparently received the stigmata. Another saint of this name was Saint Francis Xavier, a missionary to eastern Asia. Two other famous bearers were philosopher and scientist Francis Bacon, and explorer and admiral Sir Francis Drake. This name is occasionally used for girls.
@shrys03 (1016)
• Philippines
29 Oct 06
shirley :P
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• South Africa
29 Oct 06
Origin - English Meaning - Country meadow. Gender - Female From a surname which was originally derived from a place name meaning "bright clearing" in Old English. This is the name of the main character in Charlotte Bronte's semi-autobiographical novel 'Shirley'. The child actress Shirley Temple helped to popularize this name.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
BILLY Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: BIL-ee Pet form of WILLIAM. A notable bearer was the American outlaw Billy the Kid, whose real name was William H. Bonney. WILLIAM Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: WIL-ee-am, WIL-yam From the Germanic name Wilhelm, which was composed of the elements wil "will, desire" and helm "helmet, protection". The name was introduced to Britain by the Normans. It has belonged to several rulers of England, Prussia, and Germany, including William the Conqueror, the first Norman king of England. Other famous bearers were Willian Wallace, a 13th-century Scottish hero, and William Tell, a legendary 14th-century Swiss hero. In the literary world it has been borne by dramatist William Shakespeare and poet William Blake, as well as contemporary authors William Faulkner and William S. Burroughs.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
BILLY Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: BIL-ee Pet form of WILLIAM. A notable bearer was the American outlaw Billy the Kid, whose real name was William H. Bonney. WILLIAM Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: WIL-ee-am, WIL-yam From the Germanic name Wilhelm, which was composed of the elements wil "will, desire" and helm "helmet, protection". The name was introduced to Britain by the Normans. It has belonged to several rulers of England, Prussia, and Germany, including William the Conqueror, the first Norman king of England. Other famous bearers were Willian Wallace, a 13th-century Scottish hero, and William Tell, a legendary 14th-century Swiss hero. In the literary world it has been borne by dramatist William Shakespeare and poet William Blake, as well as contemporary authors William Faulkner and William S. Burroughs.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
BILLY Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: BIL-ee Pet form of WILLIAM. A notable bearer was the American outlaw Billy the Kid, whose real name was William H. Bonney. WILLIAM Gender: Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: WIL-ee-am, WIL-yam From the Germanic name Wilhelm, which was composed of the elements wil "will, desire" and helm "helmet, protection". The name was introduced to Britain by the Normans. It has belonged to several rulers of England, Prussia, and Germany, including William the Conqueror, the first Norman king of England. Other famous bearers were Willian Wallace, a 13th-century Scottish hero, and William Tell, a legendary 14th-century Swiss hero. In the literary world it has been borne by dramatist William Shakespeare and poet William Blake, as well as contemporary authors William Faulkner and William S. Burroughs.
@ASunya (98)
• Portugal
8 Nov 06
Hi. My name is Tânia. I only know that it comes from the russian name tatiana
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
TANIA Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: TAHN-ya, TAN-ya Short form of TATIANA Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN TATIANA Gender: Feminine Usage: Russian, Slovak, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English, Ancient Roman Other Scripts: ??????? (Russian), ?????? (Bulgarian) Pronounced: tah-TYAH-nah (Polish, Spanish, Italian), ta-tee-AN-a (English), ta-TYAN-a (English) Feminine form of the Roman name Tatianus, which was from the Roman name Tatius, which is of unknown meaning. Several early saints bore this name. Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN The girl's name Tatiana is pronounced tah-sh'-AHN-ah. It is of Russian and Latin origin. Feminine form of Tatius, a Roman family clan name. A king by this name was said to have reigned over the Sabines and the Romans with the legendary Romulus. Also a saint's name. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg named her second daughter Tatiana. See also Tiana. Actress Tatyana Ali; opera star Tatiana Troyannos. Tatiana has 11 variant forms: Tania, Tanya, Tati, Tatianna, Tatie, Tatijana, Tatiyana, Tatjana, Tatyana, Tatyanna and Tonya. Tatiana is a very popular female first name, ranking 1282 out of 4275 for females of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census. Tatiana is a rare surname as it was not ranked for people of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
TANIA Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: TAHN-ya, TAN-ya Short form of TATIANA Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN TATIANA Gender: Feminine Usage: Russian, Slovak, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English, Ancient Roman Other Scripts: ??????? (Russian), ?????? (Bulgarian) Pronounced: tah-TYAH-nah (Polish, Spanish, Italian), ta-tee-AN-a (English), ta-TYAN-a (English) Feminine form of the Roman name Tatianus, which was from the Roman name Tatius, which is of unknown meaning. Several early saints bore this name. Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN The girl's name Tatiana is pronounced tah-sh'-AHN-ah. It is of Russian and Latin origin. Feminine form of Tatius, a Roman family clan name. A king by this name was said to have reigned over the Sabines and the Romans with the legendary Romulus. Also a saint's name. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg named her second daughter Tatiana. See also Tiana. Actress Tatyana Ali; opera star Tatiana Troyannos. Tatiana has 11 variant forms: Tania, Tanya, Tati, Tatianna, Tatie, Tatijana, Tatiyana, Tatjana, Tatyana, Tatyanna and Tonya. Tatiana is a very popular female first name, ranking 1282 out of 4275 for females of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census. Tatiana is a rare surname as it was not ranked for people of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
TANIA Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: TAHN-ya, TAN-ya Short form of TATIANA Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN TATIANA Gender: Feminine Usage: Russian, Slovak, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English, Ancient Roman Other Scripts: ??????? (Russian), ?????? (Bulgarian) Pronounced: tah-TYAH-nah (Polish, Spanish, Italian), ta-tee-AN-a (English), ta-TYAN-a (English) Feminine form of the Roman name Tatianus, which was from the Roman name Tatius, which is of unknown meaning. Several early saints bore this name. Meaning: FAIRY QUEEN The girl's name Tatiana is pronounced tah-sh'-AHN-ah. It is of Russian and Latin origin. Feminine form of Tatius, a Roman family clan name. A king by this name was said to have reigned over the Sabines and the Romans with the legendary Romulus. Also a saint's name. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg named her second daughter Tatiana. See also Tiana. Actress Tatyana Ali; opera star Tatiana Troyannos. Tatiana has 11 variant forms: Tania, Tanya, Tati, Tatianna, Tatie, Tatijana, Tatiyana, Tatjana, Tatyana, Tatyanna and Tonya. Tatiana is a very popular female first name, ranking 1282 out of 4275 for females of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census. Tatiana is a rare surname as it was not ranked for people of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census.
@april444 (1341)
• United States
1 Nov 06
Ok my name is April and my daughters are Trinity and Kristy . Hope its ok to give you 3 . Thanks happy November 1st :)
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
APRIL Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: AY-pril Means simply "April" from the name of the month. It originally derives from Latin aperire "to open", referring to the opening of flowers in that month.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
TRINITY Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: TRIN-i-tee From the English word Trinity, given in honour of the Christian belief that God has three states of being: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
KRISTY Gender: Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: KRIS-tee Short form of CHRISTINA CHRISTINA Gender: Feminine Usage: English, German Pronounced: kris-TEEN-a (English), kris-TEE-nah (German) Feminine form of CHRISTIAN. This was the name of a Swedish queen of the 17th century who was interested in the arts and philosophy. She gave up her crown to become a Roman Catholic.
• Canada
20 Dec 06
My real name is Nicolina.But they call me Nickie.
• Canada
30 Dec 06
Thanks so much for your research.I really didn't think you would be able to find anything with my name the meaning.Because i have tried and wasnt sucessfull.I cant even find a keychain or a bracelet with my name unless its custume made.Happy New years to you and your loved ones and thanks again.
• South Africa
1 Jan 07
It is my pleasure.Happy 2007.
• United States
8 Nov 06
My name is Shannon, and my son's name is Andrew if you'd like to look his up also. :) Thanks!
• South Africa
17 Nov 06
SHANNON Gender: Feminine & Masculine Usage: English Pronounced: SHAN-un From the name of the Shannon River, the longest river in Ireland. It is composed of the Gaelic elements sean "old, wise" and abhann "river".
• South Africa
17 Nov 06
ANDREW Gender: Masculine Usage: English, Biblical Pronounced: AN-droo From the Greek name ??d?ea? (Andreas), which derives from a??? (aner) "man" (genitive a?d??? (andros) "of a man"). In the New Testament the apostle Andrew was the brother of the apostle Simon Peter. According to legend he was crucified on an X-shaped cross, and he is the patron saint of Scotland, Russia, and Greece. This was also the name of kings of Hungary.
@tazlal (2)
• United States
8 Nov 06
My name is Lee
• South Africa
8 Nov 06
LEE Gender: Masculine & Feminine Usage: English Pronounced: LEE From a surname derived from Old English leah "meadow". The surname belonged to Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War.
• United States
16 Feb 07
AS a matter of fact I WAS named for the general...and my daughters name IS Leia...last variation of the spelling Leah in the name book. Thanks
@Schubler (1530)
• Romania
30 Oct 06
Daniel Constantin... and also can you please tell me what this is about exactly... what meaning are U talking about???
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
It is just for the fun.What your name means and the origin of your name.
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
30 Oct 06
My name is dllion and I think you will try to find the meaning of my name on the net.....right?
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
Of course.Where else.LOL
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
Cant find anything on DLLION
@usman4ud (331)
• Pakistan
30 Oct 06
Dear Sameera Thanks,But there is problem I can not understand Bustard meaning
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
Means "baby bustard" in Arabic. A bustard is a bird similar to a crane. Uthman was the name of the third caliph of the Muslims, Muhammad's son-in-law.
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
Kori Bustard
Bustards are large terrestrial birds mainly associated with dry open country and steppes in the Old World. They make up the family Otididae. Bustards are omnivorous and nest on the ground. They walk steadily on strong legs and big toes, pecking for food as they go. They have long broad wings with"fingered" wingtips, and striking patterns in flight. Many have interesting mating displays. Bustards are gregarious outside the breeding season, but are very wary and difficult to approach in the open habitats they prefer. Most species are declining or endangered through habitat loss and hunting, even where they are nominally protected. A sizeable bustard population lives in Hungary, where the Eastern European steppe zone ends, near the town Dévaványa. Another large population of around 6000-7000 birds lives near Saratov in Russia.
@aamir_k17 (100)
• India
30 Oct 06
Amir, i know the meaning of my name lets see wat u say
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
Gender: Male Ethnic Origin: Muslim Meaning: Variant of Amir: Populous. Full. Prosperous. Amply settled. Civilized. Also used to refer to a prince or ruler. Popularity Ranking: This name is not ranked in the top 1000 most popular names for the years 1990 through 2003. Numerology: Expression Number 6: People with this name value community and balance, and are dependable and considerate. They often tend to gravitate to occupations where they can act as peacemakers or negotiators, or fulfill these roles among their friends and family, They tend to be conventional, responsible, family-oriented, warm and affectionate. They sometimes worry obsessively about those they care for. They work for harmony and balance in their lives, and respond positively to beautiful things.
• South Africa
30 Oct 06
In short it means Leader. I want to tell you something.In 2001 I was in love with a guy his name was Aamir.We were married and one day he just left me and went to UK.But till today I still love him.
@varun008 (16)
6 Apr 07
Hey my name is Varun. I think it means "God of Water" Think u can come up wid a better explanation ?
• South Africa
6 Apr 07
Lord of the sea.