Greek Names Latin Names


Meaning: Of Ares Warlike Origin: Greek Latin Transparent, Companion, Chance Taker The Hammer The name Arius (pronounced AIR-EE-us) is a Latinized Greek name that means ‘Of Ares’ or ‘Warlike’ – as Ares was the god of war. The original ancient Greek name was Areios. Arius was also the name of a Christian elder in post-classical […]

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Nordic Names


Meaning: Fortunate Warrior Origin: Norwegian Capable, Fierce, Patriarch The Bronco The Norwegian name Eivind means ‘Fortunate Warrior’, and is alternatively spelled Eyvind. It derives from the Norse root words: ey Lucky vindur Warrior/Winner Eivind is a great option because it is unique and underused, but it sounds familiar – like names Ivan or Ives. It […]

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Celtic Names


Meaning: Fair Warrior Origin: Scottish Irish Tall, Responsible, Well Spoken The Head The name Findlay means ‘Fair Warrior’ and is said simply as FIN-lee. It derives from the original name Fionnlagh. It is a wonderful name, it has history and heritage but also fit sin well with new and modern names like Zetlin, Ashton and […]

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Oceanic Names


Meaning: Warrior Koa Tree Origin: Hawaiian Courageous, Astute, Razor-Sharp The Hammerhead Koa is a type of flowering tree which grows in the Hawaiian Islands, but it also a super strong and artful name, meaning ‘Warrior’. Koa is a great alternative to the more popular Noah or Chloe. It also reminds me of fashionable, cultured gems […]

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Celtic Names English Names


Meaning: Gallant Hero Origin: English Irish Welsh Bold, Fashionable, Un-conformed The Mustang The name Maverick is a word name that means ‘Gallant Hero’. Maverick is a English/Celtic name, that I totally adore, it has been one of my favourites for a while now. I particularly love it as an option for a girl after hearing […]

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Asia South Names German Names


Meaning: Moon Defending Warrior Origin: Indian German Stylish, Effusive, Methodical The Literary Sashi is a spectacle of a name with two distinct heritages. Firstly it is of Indian origin – from Shashi – and means ‘Moon’. Secondly it is a German diminutive of Sasha, which means ‘Defending Warrior’. Either way, Sashi is just a pearl […]

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