AMBER means: English name derived from the vocabulary word, AMBER means "amber," the gem or color. Actually the word is of Arabic origin, from anbargris (ambergris), which refers to an oily, perfumed substance (used in making perfumes) secreted by the sperm whale.
STACI means: Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey, STACI means "resurrection."
TRYSTAN means: Variant spelling of French Tristan, probably TRYSTAN means "riot, tumult."
RASHNE means: Persian name RASHNE means "judge."
Aadab means: Hope need
Charee means: Darling; Similar to Cherie Dear One
Fannish means: Name of Lord Shiva
RamNiwas means: Heart in Lord Ram
Mateah means: Honoured; Desired; Liked
Namana means: Bending
Upendra | உபேந்த்ர means: An element
Vishwamitrapriya | விஷ்வாமீத்ரப்ரியா means: Vishwamitras loved one
Shashvath means: Eternal, Constant, Perpetually
Abdul Saboor means: Servant of the Patient.
Medeba means: Waters of grief, waters springing up.
Quarrie means: Proud.
Sextus means: Antony and Cleopatra'. Sextus Pompeius, Roman triumvir.
Chaney means: English : variant of Chesney.French : habitational name from any of the various places called Chanet or Le Chanet, from Latin canna ‘reed’ + the suffix -etum denoting an inhabitant.
English means: English : from Old English Englisc. The word had originally distinguished Angles (see Engel) from Saxons and other Germanic peoples in the British Isles, but by the time surnames were being acquired it no longer had this meaning. Its frequency as an English surname is somewhat surprising. It may have been commonly used in the early Middle Ages as a distinguishing epithet for an Anglo-Saxon in areas where the culture was not predominantly English--for example the Danelaw area, Scotland, and parts of Wales--or as a distinguishing name after 1066 for a non-Norman in the regions of most intensive Norman settlement. However, explicit evidence for these assumptions is lacking, and at the present day the surname is fairly evenly distributed throughout the country.Irish : see Golightly.
Prue means: English : nickname for a redoubtable warrior, from Middle English prou(s) ‘brave’, ‘valiant’ (Old French proux, preux).Americanized spelling of French Prou (see Proulx).
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