Irish Gaelic for Music - Name of an early (597?) Celtic king. I believe it's pronounced like "soul", but with a kj-sound; "kjoul"..
If you mean name of an html element, it should look like this: <element name="element">
If you mean the name of the element with the symbol F, it is Flourine
This name comes from the name Makenna. Pronounced makenna-ah
The name Jade is pronounced "Shardae" when speaking Spanish
Pronounced 'KhosayFEEnah', it is the equivalent of 'Josephine'
the name rashawn is the American origin. it is pronounced ray-Shawn
In Irish Cavan is "An Cabhán", pronounced "on cavawn" It means The Little Hollow.
Giovanni is how the given name John is pronounced in Italian.
It means "Delight" and its pronounced (Ish-rah)
Someone's name I suspect. It is pronounced 'chae hyeon'.
Juana (pronounced 'khoo-Anna')
its a polish boy name meaning: "God Is Gracious" it is pronounced "yas"
Its a short for Muhammad, the name of the Muslim prophet. Its can be pronounced as Mohammad or Muhammad.
What do you mean by A? The abbreviation, or any element. If so then try Oxygen or Nitrogen
According to the Flixster website: "Blades is an anglosaxon surname, but as many other names the mispronunciation in Spanish became widely used. His surname is either pronounced in its original English form or using Spanish phonemes; his family uses the English pronunciation."
Tenille is Russian for jacket (pronounced Ten-eel
cadie but its pronounced Katie
It is a name for a boy and is pronounced "hay-zoos".
Riaan means king. Pronounced as Ree-yan
It means silk and pronounced as Yoora.It also can be used as a name.
If you mean 'umax' pronounced 'you max' here's a link.
rah is not an element of meaning in a Hebrew name.
Au is the element symbol for gold, from the Latin name, which is aurum.