Wednesday, December 3, 2014

592 Names To Go

I only have 592 more names to introduce you to this year. So far you've learned 1,422 new names if you've read all the blog posts in my 2014 names in 2014 series. Here's 23 names to move us closer to that goal. 


GIRLS

Abela - variant of the French name Abelia, which is derived either from the Hebrew roots "hevel", meaning "breath" or "vapor" or "source of life" or else "aplu" meaning "son". It is pronounced "ah bay lah"

Ji-ah - Korean

Richenza - Polish form of the Icelandic name Rikissa, which comes from the Icelandic name Rixa, meaning "wealthy".

Sons-see-ah-ray - Apache, meaning "morning star". Many Apache women did not have individual names but instead were called "ish-tia-nay" meaning "woman".

Wendabi -


BOYS

Alston -

Argus-

Badr-ud-Din - Arabic, meaning "full moon".

Dyton-

Earldon-

Hayk - Հայկ is the original Armenian script of this name, which is the nominative plural of "hay" ( հայ is the Armenian script for this), which is the word Armenians use to refer to themselves (such as people in England call themselves English). Hayk is the legendary founder of the Armenian nation.                  հակական

Olan-

Pol -form of the name Paul used in many languages, such as French, Hebrew, Catalan, Ukrainian. It derives from the Roman family name Paulus which comes from the Latin word meaning "small" or "humble".

Seo-joon - Korean

Too-ah-yay-say - Apache, meaning "strong swimmer".

Whitman

NOT SURE OF GENDER

Bray-

Dartha -

Elgie-

Eltwed - name of one of the first Puritan settlers of Connecticut.

Novis-

Sevra-

Stellar-

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