Monday, December 18, 2006


Is of Greek origin, and it's meaning is a vine ,native to Europe with large leaves and small flowers.
Variations of Briony are:
Brioni, Bryony, Bryani and Bryonie.


Is of Irish, Gaelic and Celtic origin, and its meaning is "high, noble, exalted." May also possibly mean "strong." A contemporary feminine form of Brian, found occasionally in England since the 16th century.
Variations of Brianna are:
Brana, Breanna, Breanne, Bree, Breeann, Breeanna, Breeanne, Breena, Bri, Bria, Briahna, Briana, Briane, Briann, Brianna, Briannah, Brianne, Brianni, Briannon, Briauna, Briaunna, Brie, Brieann, Brieanna, Brienna, Brienne, Brina, Briney, Brinn, Brinna, Briny, Bryana, Bryann, Bryanna, Bryanne, Bryauna, Bryn, Bryna, Brynna, Brynna, Brynne and Breayanna.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006


Is of Old English origin, and its meaning is "broad meadow." Used since the mid 19th century. The most famous American bearer of this surname was General Omar N. Bradley (20th century). Senator Bill Bradley; actor Bradley Whitford.

Variations of Bradley are:
Brad, Bradd, Bradford, Bradlea, Bradlee, Bradleigh, Bradlie, Bradly, Bradney, Bradshaw and Lee.


Is of Greek and Aramaic origin, and its meaning is "son of consolation." Greek form of an Aramaic name. Biblical: Barnabas was a first-century missionary companion of Paul and uncle of the gospel writer Mark.

Variations of Barnabas are:
Barna, Barnaba, Barnabé, Barnabee, Barnabey, Barnabie, Barnabus, Barnaby, Barnebas, Barnebus, Barney, Barni, Barnie, Barny, Bernabé, Bernabe and Burnaby.

Monday, September 18, 2006


The name Anita is of Spanish origin. It was originally a pet form of Ana. It was made famous in the 1950s by the Swedish film actress named Anita Ekberg.
Variations of Anita are:
Aneeta, Aneta, Anitia, Anitra, Annida, Annita, Annitra, Annitta, Laanita, Lanita, Nenita and Nita.

Sunday, September 17, 2006


Alexandra is of Greek origin and means defender of mankind. It is the feminine form of Alexander.
The Prince of Wales, who later became Edward VII married the Danish Princess Alexandra in 1863, making the name popular in Britain.
Variations of Alexandra are:
Alandra, Alastrina, Alastiona, Alejanda, Alejandra, Alejandrina, Aleka, Aleki, Aleksandra, Alesandare, Alesandere, Alessanda, Alessandra, Alessandre, Alessandrina, Alessandrine, Alessia, Alex, Alexa, Alexanda, Alexanderia, Alexanderine, Alexandre, Alexandrea, Alexandreana, Alexandrena, Alexandrene, Alexandretta, Alexandria, Alexandrina, Alexandrine, Alexea, Alexena, Alexene, Alexi, Alexia, Alexie, Alexina, Alexine, Alexis, Alexsandra, Ali, Alie, Aliki, Alissandre, Alissandrine, Alista, Alix, Alixandra, Alla, Allejandra, Allejandrina, Allessa, Allessandra, Alle, Allexa, Allexandra, Allexandrina, Allexina, Allexine, Alli, Allie, Allix, Ally, Alyxandra, Anda, Cesya, Dzana, Elena, Ellena, Lesy, Lesya, Lexa, Lexi, Lexie, Lexine, Lexy, Lisandra, Lisandrina, Lisandrine, Lissandra, Lissandre, Lissandrine, Sanda, Sande, Sandee, Sandi, Sandie, Sandra, Sandrina, Sandrine, Sandy, Sandye, Sanndra, Sannie, Sasha, Sashenka, Shura, Shurochka, Sinisa, Sohndra, Sondra, Xandra, Zahndra, Zanda, Zandra, Zanndra, Zohndra and Zondra.

Thursday, September 14, 2006


The name Abe is of Hebrew origin and means "Father of many". It is the short form of Abner, Abraham and Abram.
Variations of Abe are:
Abey and Abie


Is of Hebrew origin and means "mountain of strength". It is from the Hebrew "har-on" or possibly of Egyptian origin.
In the Bible Aaron was the Brother of Moses and was the first High Priest of Israel.
Variations of Aaron are:
Aaran, Aaren, Aarin, Aaro, Aaronas, Aaronn, Aarron, Aaryn, Aeron, Aeryn, Aharon, Ahran, Ahren, Ahron, Airen, Airyn, Aran, Arand, Arek, Aren, Arend, Ari, Arin, Arnie, Aron, Aronne, Arran, Arron, Arun, Auron, Ayren, Ayron, Erin, Haroun, Ron, Ronnie and Ronny.