An English baby name meaning ‘From the long meadow ‘Path; roadway.’
An Italian and Spanish given name of Latin origin meaning Moon.
Taken from the Latin oliva (a tree of the olive family). A branch from the olive tree has been considered as a symbol for peace.
It is derived from the name of the flower “poppy”, derived from the Old English popæg and referring to various species of Papaver.
An ancient Irish name believed to be a diminutive form of rí (king): hence, “little king.”
A French baby name meaning ‘Wise one.’
A Hebrew baby name meaning ‘The one to whom it belongs.’
From the Old French violette, a diminutive form of viole, which is derived from the Latin viola (a violet).
The Italian and Spanish female form of Vivian, originally a boy’s name via an Old French form of the Late Latin Vivianus which comes from “vivus” meaning ‘alive.’
An English baby name meaning ‘Slender; graceful.’
A Greek baby name meaning ‘Defender of mankind.’
A Hebrew word meaning “seed”. In Arabic, it means star or flower, and is sometimes spelled Zahra. In Russian, Zara means princess. Some people believe that Zara is a form of Sarah.