|1||Livinus||Livinus is a rare name. It is also the name of Saint Livinus (c. 580 – 12 November 657), also ivinus of Ghent, who was an apostle in Flanders and Brabant. He got venerated as a saint and martyr.
This name gives the idea of many beautiful aspects of life.|
|2||James||James is an English language name for boys. It came from the Old French variation of the late Latin name 'Iacomus'. In Hebrew it is Yaʻaqov (Jacob) meaning supplanter.
James is a common name in many countries like the United States, Northern Ireland, Australia, Wales, England, etc.|
|3||Michael||The name Michael is usually used for males and can be changed to Michèle, Michelle, Michaela, Mechelle, Micheline, and Michaelle for female or even Mychal for either male or female.
Michael is a Hebrew name meaning "Who is like God?". In English, it is shortened as Mike, Mikey, Mickey or Mick.|
|4||David||David is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin.
The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved".
David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy".
David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.|
|5||John||John is a given name used for boys in the English language but it originated from a latin form of The Greek name "Ioannes and Iohannes".
At first, it was known as Hellenized Jews then transfered to Hebrew name Yohanan meaning "Graced by God" or Yehohanan meaning "God is Gracious".|
|6||Kevin||Kevin is a male name of Gealic/Irish origin.
On of the earliest people who carried the name was Saint Kevin, although it is not a biblical name.Kevin in Irish is: Caoimhghín.
Caoimhghín comes from the Irish caomh which means: "kind, honest, handsome".|
|7||Robert||Robert is a masculine given name and surname.
It is a Germanic name, from Old High German Hrodebert which means "bright with glory".
Hruod means "fame, glory".
Berht means "bright".|
|8||Thomas||Thomas is a male given name. It was formed from a Greek word of the Aramaic name "Ta'oma'" meaning "twin".
After Saint Thomas Becket, it became popular in England.
This name also has some female versions such as Thomasina, Tamsyn, Tamsin, Tasmina, Tasmino, Thomaida/Thomais, or Tammy.|
|9||Emily||Emily is a female name coming from the Roman name Aemilia.
This Latin name "Aemilia" comes from the latin word "aemulus" which means "rival".|
|10||Mark||Mark is popularly used as a male given name in English language or many European countries. Originally, it was from old Latin "Mart-kos" meaning "consecrated to the god Mars", "God of war" or "to be warlike".
This name Mark is formed from Marcus. The author of the second Gospel in the New Testament was Saint Mark, He is the patron saint of Venice.
|11||Matthew||Gift of the Lord|
|12||Anthony||Anthony(or Antony) is a given name for men. It originates from a Roman family name 'Antonius'. Its full name is Marcus Antonius means Mark Antony in English.
The name appears in many countries in different forms like Antoine in French, Antonio in Spanish and Italian, António or Antônio in Portuguese, Anton in Russian, etc.
Anthony means "flower", which came from a Greek word "anthos".|
|13||Anna||Gracious, sweet and bitter, sad|
|14||Daniel||God is my judge|
|15||William||with the will as strong as a helmet|
|16||Jessica||Rich. God beholds. The daughter of Shylock in Shakespeare's play 'The Merchant of Venice'.|
|18||Elizabeth||God has sworn|
|19||Christopher||Christopher is an English given name for men. It changed from a Greek name "Christophoros", which means "bearing Christ" or "Christ-bearer".
It is a combination of 2 Greek words: Christos (Christ) and phero (to bear, to carry).|
|20||Paul||small or modest|
|22||Stephen||Stephen is a male name. It comes from the Greek name "Stephanos or Stéfanos" meaning "wreath, crown, honour, reward"|
|25||Sarah||Princess. In the Bible, Sarah was the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac. Her name was originally Sarai (quarrelsome), but God commanded that her name be changed to Sarah before the birth of her son.|
|26||Joseph||May the Lord add|
|27||Chaima||Chaima is a name used for both boys and girls, but mostly for girls. It is originally a French name, and is very rare. Only about 0.001% of the population in the world is named Chaima.
It means "With a beauty spot".
|30||Rebecca||wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob|
|31||Ashley||Lives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name.|
|32||Ryan||Kingly. Famous Bearer: American actor Ryan O'Neal.|
|33||Patrick||Patrick is a given name for boys. It comes from a Latin name "Patricius" meaning "nobleman".
It is popular because of Saint Patrick in Irish history, so there are more people who use the name in Ireland.
There are variations of this name like Padraic, Pádraig, Pat, Rick, Ricky and Patricia.|
|34||Jeffrey||Derived from one of three Old German names, meaning district, traveler, or peaceful pledge. Famous bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet was father to King Henry II; Geoffrey Cbaucer wrote 'The Canterbury Tales'.|
|35||Charles||a non-noble freeman|
|36||Richard||powerful, strong army|
|37||Andrea||manlike, manly, brave|
|38||Heather||A flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty barren lands as in Scotland. Heather.|
|39||Michelle||Hebrew for "Who is like God"|
|41||Rachel||Ewe. Rachel was the second and favoured wife of Jacob in the Old Testament.|
|42||Laura||The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.|
|43||Kimberly||Forest meadow Cyneburg|
|44||Linda||shield of linden wood|
|45||Andrew||Manly; brave. In the Bible the first of the twelve apostles chosen was Andrew. The name comes from the Greek word andros, which means "strong, manly and courageous." Andrew is patron saint of Scotland and Russia. See also Jedrick and Kendrick.|
|46||Hannah||Grace of God|
|47||Wynand||Brave in battle|
|52||Eric||ruler of the Law|
|53||Craig||Dwells at the crag. From the Celtic word meaning rock or crag.|
|54||Stephanie||crown or wreath|
|55||Sean||Yahweh is gracious|
|56||Amy||Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'.|
|57||Isabella||God has sworn|
|58||Timothy||One who honors God. The biblical Timothy was the young Christian to whom Paul wrote. 'Let no man look down on your youth.'.|
|59||Adam||Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. Famous bearer: 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning 'little adam', was the biographer of St Columba.|
|60||George||editor of the Earth|
|61||Leah||Strong and brave as a lion|
|63||Megan||One who is strong and mighty.|
|64||Amanda||From the Latin word amanda, meaning "lovable." Literary; poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth century.|
|65||Steven||Variant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.|
|67||Douglas||From the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.|
|68||Kenneth||Handsome. Root of the surname MacKenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (1859- 1932), author of The Wind in the Willows.|
|70||Lisa||God has sworn|
|71||Robin||beautifully by fame|
|72||Gary||Strong with the spear|
|73||Nicole||Conqueror of the people|
|75||নামের অর্থ জানতে চাই|
|77||Aaron||Lofty; exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod.|
|78||Scott||From Scotland; a Gael. Surname.|
|79||Sharon||From the Plain of Sharon (in the Holy Land); from the land of Sharon.|
|80||Sandra||Unheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name. Also a feminine of Alexander (defender of man).|
|81||Frank||A diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.|
|82||Martin||Servant Of Mars, God Of War|
|83||Pamela||Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney.|
|88||Joshua||Yahweh is salvation|
|89||Samantha||Listen; name of God.|
|92||Sophie||Name (s) of|
|93||Karen||the ever pure, pure|
|94||Alex||Abbreviation of the Greek name Alexander, meaning defender of mankind. The name is common among English, German and Dutch speakers.|
|95||Jonathan||Gift from God|
|97||Jacqueline||he heel grip|
|98||Angela||Feminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel.|
|99||Gregory||On the watch. As the first of 16 Gregory popes Pope Gregory fostered the development of Gregorian chants. See also Greg. Gregorio: (ltalian/Spanish/Portuguese) 'On the watch.'.|
|100||Shannon||Little old wise one. Surname and river name.|