Random Names

Male Names
  • Abheeran (Indian) - A Cow Herd ; A variant name of Abheer
  • Abhibhava (Indian) - Overpowering; Powerful; Victorious; Influential; Mighty; Potent
  • Agnisoma (Indian) - Fire and nectar conjoined
  • Alfred (English) - Elf counsel [English speaking countries]

    From the Old English elements 'ælf' (elf) and 'ræd' (counsel).

    Alfred the Great was King of the Anglo-Saxons in southern England in the 9th century. His reign was well-documented by a contemporary Welsh Monk named Asser, in his 'Life of Kin

  • Ben (Hebrew) - Son [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    The male name Ben is from the Hebrew meaning "son", mentioned in the Old Testament.
    Ben is also used as a nickname for Benjamin, the Anglicized form of Binyamin, meaning "son of my right hand". In the Bible, Benjamin was the youngest son of Jacob.<

  • Cayden (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Darion (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Darian.

  • Darrien (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Everardo (Spanish) - Hardy: brave.
  • Gaalava (Indian) - Kind of Ebony; The Lordhra tree (Lotus Bark Tree); Name of Rishi(Saint); A pupil of Vishvamitra;
  • Jayakamal (Indian) - Flower of Vicotry; Lotus of Victory
  • Joia (Scottish) - Rejoicing.
  • Jorgelina (Hebrew) - Variant of Georgina.
  • Kellan (Native American) - Powerful
  • Lakshmi kant (Indian) - Represents the Husband of the Hindu Goddess Laxmi
  • Leopoldo (Germanic) - Bold people [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    This is the variant used in Spain, Portugal and Italy.

  • Lloyd (Welsh) - Grey [English speaking countries]
  • Lynd - Lives by the linden tree
  • Madhav (Indian) - A Boy whose sweetness is compared to honey
  • Mammooty (Indian) - Name of a Cinema Superstar in Kerala
  • Meharveer (Indian) - A brave and merciful person
  • Rygemann - Rye merchant
  • Stone (English) - Stone [English speaking countries]
  • Tatya (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Ten
  • Torrie (Celtic) - From the craggy hills.
  • Tucker (English) - Someone who folds cloth [English speaking countries]

    From an English surname that was derived from Tucian. Tucian and Tucker are both occupation surnames referring to someone who fulls or increases the weight of cloth.

  • Ty (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for names such as Tyler and Tyrone.

  • Urquhart (Scottish) - From the fount on the knoll
  • Witta (English) - Wise
Female Names
  • Amalure (Hispanic) - Homeland
  • Atalie (Hebrew) - God is great
  • Baylee (English) - Bailiff [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Bailey.

  • Betsy (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Elizabeth.

    Hurricane Betsy, which occurred in 1965, was the first American hurricane to cause more than a billion dollars of damage.

    Notable bearers include actress Betsy Blair and Betsy Ross, who supposedly sewe

  • Charae (United States) - A dear, pious and wonderful individual
  • Corrina (Greek) - Maiden [English speaking countries]

    Many English speakers became familiar with this name through the Whoopi Goldberg movie "Corrina, Corrina."

  • Daganyah (Hebrew) - Ceremonial grain
  • Dayawanti (Indian) - A Goddess of mercy
  • Denise (French) - Feminine of Denis from the Greek name Dionysus.
  • Edie (English) - Spoils of war.
  • Elke (Hebrew) - Oath to God
  • Eva (Hebrew) - Life [English, German and Spanish speaking countries]

    Latinate form of Eve, Eva was also used to Anglicize Aoife in Ireland, an old name believed to be derived from aoibh (beauty). Eabha is the Gaelic form of Eva.

    Eva Braun was the companion and later the wife of Adolf Hitler. Eva Perón (also

  • Gunitha (Indian) - Proficient
  • Kailey (Hawaiian) - Variant of Kay and Kayla keeper of the keys: pure.
  • Kanthamala (Indian) - Kanthamala means Necklace
  • Ke$ha (United States) - This is the name of an American Pop Singer,from the name Kesha that is Native American for Robe or Dress
  • Keona (Gaelic) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    This name is frequently miscategorized as a Hawaiian name meaning "God's gracious gift." There is actually no Hawaiian name that resembles "Keona," so it is likely a modern construction that "sounds" Hawaiian to non-Hawaiian ears.

  • Kerianna (Hebrew) - Dusky: dark.
  • Leighna (United States) - A distinguished, Illustrious woman
  • Lindleigh (English) - From the linden tree meadow
  • Marlen (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Variant respelling of Marlon.

  • Nadia (Russian) - The person who is full promises.
  • Nadia (Russian) - Hope [African, Arabic, English, Swahili and Russian speaking countries]

    Nadia has two sources. It can either be the English form of Nadya, which itself is the pet form of Nadezhda and is Russian for "hope" or it can be a variant of Nadiyya which, in Arabic, means "moist, tender, delicate".

    Famous bearers inclu

  • Parnakshi (Indian) - It means married; eyes like leaf
  • Rujuta (Indian) - A woman of honesty and sincerity
  • Rylie (English) - Rye clearing [English speaking countries]

    A modern repselling of Riley.

  • Shelia (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    Shelia is probably most widespread as a coinage, derived from the name Sheila (itself a Gaelic cognate of Cecilia, from the Latin meaning "blind").

    Shelia could however be taken as a variant transcription of the Hebrew Sheliya, meaning "god

  • Tamia (Aramaic) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage of uncertain derivation. Tamia might be an elaboration of Tam or Tammy. It may also be modeled on the name Tania.

  • Tatiana (Russian) - Queen of the fairies
  • Ynes (French) - Chaste. Variant of Agnes.
Gender Neutral Names
  • Atavika (Indian) - A receptive and passive one
  • Avalanche
  • Bharpoor (Indian) - Perfect One; Satisfied; Contented
  • Blair (Gaelic) - Plain [English speaking countries]

    The meaning of "plain", suggests that Blair is someone who comes from the plains, and not that he is plain-looking.

    In recent years, Blair has gained popularity as a girl's name.

  • Briley (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    The first name Briley may be an elaboration on the name Riley; alternatively, it might be derived from a surname like Briarly or Briarley. There seems to be no true etymology for the name and is of modern creation.

  • Cactus
  • Catfish
  • Chaital (Indian) - The one who has sharp memory
  • Coco
  • Daylen (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A modern name of uncertain origin, Daylen has gained popularity along with similar-sounding names like Jaylen and Kaylen. Daylen has appeared on the Canadian top names.

  • Jayda (English) - Precious green stone [English speaking countries]
  • Jaydon (United States) - One who is thankful to god, god has heard, form
  • Jaylin (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Jalon, Jalen, Jaylen, Jaylyn, Jalin and their counterparts are modern trendy creations without any true meaning. Could possibly have been modeled after the classic, Jason or perhaps be a combination of two separate names, such as Jay and Lynn, or Jane and

  • Joyab (United States) - people with this name are jubilant and are youthful. They focus on their physical appearance and easily forgive others.
  • Joyatri (Hebrew,United States) - people with this name are trustworthy friends and love to spend time with friends. They have many impressive qualities and have joyful spirit.
  • Kenya (English) - The country of Kenya [English speaking countries]

    In a surge of popularity toward using place names as first names, this reached #275 in the United States in 2005.

  • Leigh (English) - Clearing, meadow [English speaking countries]

    Became popular in names such at Katie-Leigh, Jodi-Leigh.

  • Lindsey (English) - Uncertain, perhaps "dark lake"; Lincoln [English speaking countries]

    Lindsey is a variant spelling of Lindsay, but can also come from a Middle English phrase meaning "Lelli's island."

  • Lindy (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for names containing -lind-.

  • Marion (Hebrew) - Uncertain, maybe bitter [English and French speaking countries]

    Originally a medieval French diminutive form of Marie, introduced to Britain in the Middle Ages.
    It is now used as an independent name in both countries.

    It is sometimes taken as a pet form of Margaret or Margery.

    As a

  • Pabla - Little
  • Peanut (United States) - A name for the ground nut legume
  • Penrod - Famous commander
  • Pinky
  • Pragun (Indian) - A straightforward person, someone who is honest
  • Pwyll - Mythical lord of Annwn
  • Rong (Chinese) - A person who brings honor and prosper
  • Spooky
  • Taaj (Indian) - One who is crowned
  • Thurmond - Thor's protection
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