Jed- Comes from
Hebrew and means "beloved of the Lord". Short for Jedediah.
from Hebrew and means "preeminence".
Niles is a name of English origin, inspired by the ancient Gaelic word
of "niall", meaning "champion".
from Old English and means "mighty or wise protector".
Amanda- Comes from
Latin and means "worthy of love".
Ann, Anne, Annie-
English forms of Hannah. Comes from Hebrew.
Bea, Beatrice, Beatrix-
from Latin and means "bringer of joy".
Blair- A unisex
name, most often associated with girls. Irish and Welsh
origins. In Irish means, "plain or field"; in Welsh means
for Roberta. Comes from Old English and means "shining with
fame". Feminine version of Robert.
from Greek and means "helper of men" or "disbelieved by men".
English version of Katherine. Comes from Greek and means
from Old English and means "eye of the day" or "daisy flower".
Deanna- Form of
Dena and Dina. Feminine version of Dean. Hebrew meaning:
"vindicated". Old English meaning, "from the valley".
Dee Dee, Didi-
Forms of Dee. Comes from Welsh and means, "black or dark".
Short forms of Dierdre, Delia, and Diana.
from Latin and means "divine". Same goes for Diane.
from Latin-Italian and means "lady".
Drusilla is a name of English origin, inspired by the ancient Greek
word "drosos", meaning "dew". The name Drusilla means "fruitful"
or "dewy-eyed". Other forms of Drusilla are Druscilla and
Short forms of Eleanor, Ella, and Ellen. All of these are forms
of Helen. Helen comes from Greek and means "light".