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Names and Name Meanings

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Names are designation given to identify people and animate or inanimate objects. Usually a name is associated or derived from to a deity, a holiday, or even a coy description.
The distinguished Spanish surname Casarez is of toponymic and locative origin. It is of toponymic origin when it is derived from the name of the place of residence of the original bearer; it is of locative origin when it is derived from a natural or man-made feature of the dwelling place of the...
"Morgania" is a longer version of "Morgan" which is Celtic for  "Lives by the sea."
it means christmas day.(cool name if they were actully born on christmas)
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The last name "Cintron" originated as a Hispanic name. The exact  meaning is unknown, but it might be a variation of the Spanish  world for belt, "cinturon".
It actually means Katherine, which has a Greek origin and means "pure".
Olga Kay is a Youtuber. Her real name is Olga Karavaeva. She is an actress, a juggler and a comedian. She makes lots of funny Youtube videos, she has been in many commercials and joined the circus at age 14. She currently lives in California.
Christabel comes from the Latin for " beautiful Christian". It also means "follower of christ" and "christ is able"
I wonder if you type wrong word. Do you mean this word ditto?
How can a drop of salt water once have been a drop of fresh water
laith means a strong brave and powerful lion
The surname schorah has been came from French.
Sparrow is a little bird which live a gipsy life. So name Sparrow  means a man with no problems who live a simple life i suppose!
Its a k.l.university eee fest
The name is from the Ancient Greek Μόλυβδος molybdos, meaning lead, since its ores were confused with lead ores.
The name "Esmiralda" finds its origin in Spanish and means  "Emerald" which is a precious greenish stone.
Flores is most likely Spanish in origin meaning "flowers".
González is of  Spanish origin, and it means "son of  Gonzalo"; Gonzalo perhaps Teutonic in origin derived from the  Old High German gundis- "war" and salvo(e) of debated meanings.
The surname Shoe was first found in Bavaria. It derives from the  Anglo-Saxon (German) word "schuh" and the Olde English "scoh"  meaning shoe and is job-descriptive for a shoe maker.     
Brandi is an alternative spelling of the English name Brandy.  Brandy comes from the English word brandy "an alcoholic  drink." It's meaning is ultimately derived from the Dutch word  brandewijn meaning 'burnt wine.'
Poole is derived from a corruption of the  Celtic word  bol and/or the  Old English word  pool denoting a place near a pool or creek. The last name is  likely English in origin.
Fuller is an English occupational name denoting one who fulls wool  or cloth.
black is kuro the only name i can think of off the top of my head is kurodaanother one that I can think of is くろさぎ or Kurosagi... which means the black trickster.
Jesus Christ or Christ means that Jesus is the Christ, the Anointed one, the Messiah, the Son of God. It means that Jesus is more than just a man, He is God Almighty in Human form. It also means that the Roman Cesar was just an ordinary man and that the Cesar (Tiberius at the time) would have to bow...
Casssidy in German, is just Cassidy. The name means 'Curly Headed'. The name Cassidy is also in the Irish group as well.
The surname Sheldon began with the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain.The surname Slim carries some controversy, as it has Scottish AND English origins, while there are also some Irish descendants claiming 'first to name'...
The surname Corpuz originated in the country of Philippines.
Australian rock and roll singer Johnny O'Keefe was often referred  to as "The Wild One"
All actors, male or female, are thespians. Please more specific, as  Anthony is a popular masculine given (or baptismal) name.
it was a name of an Arabic princess
Special flower of heaven ...
Sinaloa es uno de los 31 estados, que junto a Ciudad de México,forman los Estados Unidos Mexicanos su Capital y su ciudad maspoblada es Culiacan
a small particle of wealth''
A weed that often is called the Irish daisy is the dandelion.
Here are some I hope they help :)   Dixie Dean    Kevin Keegan    Paul Parker    Steve Stone    Jermaine Jenas
"Boneyard" might be one, but "graving yard" and "dry dock" are  recognized synonyms of "shipyard".
Rascalis in the water .
It means "son of Jack". The name Jack, often a nickname for John, is from the earlier forms Jankin and Jakken.
The name Lucy means "light" "clever" "gawjuss" "a very good friend" she will always be there for you she is very understaning
Their names were common names for the time period. Example: Jude,  Judas, Jesus are all variations of the same name.
Try this http://www.astarmathsandphysics.com/gcse_physics_notes/gcse_physics_notes_units_and_conversion_factors.html
the shape the spooky man and the boogeyman
Well, there are so many ways to use the word Bath in a sentences. likewise , 1 Make your habbit to take "bath" everyday.2 He has become too dirty after playing football outside with his friends and now he's going to home to take bath.3 Ali has taken bath today.4 He wants to take bath to reduce his...
Because Simmons was the name of the blacksmith who had invited all  Jews to spread.
1st level consumers are any heterotrophs (animals that do not harvest food through photosynthesis or chemosynthesis) that eat producers (plants, bacteria, things that make their own food). 2nd level consumers are carnivores or omnivores that eat 1st level consumers, and the 3rd eats 2nd, and so on...
I think it means that it came from the English name Suzi
jerkjellyjammyjerry{tom nd jerry}!!
"zamir means voice of inner soul"
It's an English last name. In the past, Jewish people sometimes changed their last name to a non-Jewish name so that they wouldn't be discriminated against or even killed. So a Jewish person could possibly have the last name Chandler.
From Arva County in the former Hungarian kingdom now Slovakia
dont you just hate it when you can never find the right information?
Although 'The Wolverine State' is a nickname for Michigan it is not the official Nickname. The official nickname for this state is "Great Lakes State." It also bears other nicknames: "Water-Winter-Wonderland" and "The Mitten" due to it looking like a mitten, Peninsula State, Lake State, and Auto...
The earliest form was Brion, possibly borrowed from Welsh, which later became Brian in Irish. The original Celtic form is *Brigonos ('high, noble').   The most famous Brian was Brian Ború, high-king of Ireland, who was victorious at the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 and founded the O'Brien line.
The origin of the name is not really known, a name given by the Wakamba would translate as 'mountain of whiteness'
An atomic orb from the west country, orginin, mapleridge lane part of the gypsy community with pride and predigist. Most keyleighs are thought to be attracted to the same sex and often their views on babies affect their personal life.
Living image of Amun.
it means fox glove which is a flower
Marc in French means "Mark" in English.
im appling for a job and it told me whats my organization name and  i have no idea what that means
The name Fiona is of Gaelic orgin and it means white or fair.
As yet undefined, the feminine given name Emmarie seems to be a combined form of Emily and Marie.
A patronymic name of Danish and Norwegian origin, Hansen is derived  from Hans (the diminutive of Johannes [the German variant of John  from Hebrew Yôḥānnān (Yaweh is gracious]) + -sen (son of).
it means your a freaking god. Your amazing at life and suceed in everything you do.
  Costa is the Spanish word for coast.
Hawkins is an English surname meaning "falconry".
a female name; formed from Caraline
the name of the organization that's hidan in is akatsuki,his partner was kakuzu and they were called by kisame the zombie brothers
i think it means loyal independent listening to others
stupid extremely unattractive
Lexi means " Protector of man kind" Girl Power! It is also a shortened form of Alexis, which means Defender Of The People.
A Brewer is a person who brews beer, this being the common drink for many centuries due to water being contaminated and undrinkable.
Finn, Griffo, Gryphron, Griff, Gryfindor, Grey-fin, Griff-lin, Griffy, Griffironi, Griffiti, Grim man, Good Grief!
Matilda means a cheeky child who holds lots of secrets untold and makes friends easily!Matilda means a cheeky child who holds lots of secrets untold and makes friends easily!
Aldebaran is from the Arabic al-dabarān, meaning "the follower".
Mark (Latin/Roman) is "dedicated to Mars". Mars was the Roman god of war. Below is link.
Lanie looks like a nickname for Elaine or Lana. Elaine is a variant of Helen, which means 'torch'. Lana is a form of Alan, which means 'little rock'.
Yes, absolutely! I'm LOVING it! MY name is Sophie! It is the MOST popular name, too! I LOVE THE NAME SOPHIE!
Wielding the formidable family motto of "I will rest under a  shadow!", the proud and noble French surname of Martini strides  valiantly through the gathering mists of time from Normandy, where  they've held a family seat since early times.