One of the great hits of our day, Ava still calls up the image of sultry Hollywood beauty Ava Gardner. The name has become... Read More
Hebrew: Gazelle or hind (female roe deer), suggestive of a graceful, shy animal
German: Mighty as a bear or a variant of Barnett
English: Familiar form of Elizabeth; Featuring music by composer George Gershwin, the renowned opera Porgy and Bess depicts life in...
Gaelic: Little raven
English: Badger; variant of Brook
English: Male deer
Greek: Beautiful one or name given to a lark
Native American: Dove
French: Abbreviation of Nicholas
English: From the dark town
Celtic: Strong in battle High; mighty.
Irish: High; mighty.
Nature/bird name for a genus of large birds with long legs and neck. Word name for a machine. A verb meaning "to extend one's... Read More
Deborah was a biblical prophetess and heroine of Israel. Her victory song is in the Book of Judges. Read More
As the once-popular Danielle starts to go out of fashion, Delphine could move in to replace it. This chic, French name has... Read More
Greek: Gazelle; the biblical woman who abounded in good deeds and gifts of mercy
Scottish: Brown horse
Eden, the biblical paradise home of Adam and Eve, is currently at its peak in popularity. The serene-sounding moniker is... Read More
English: Surname relating to falconry.
German: Surname relating to falconry.
Do you envision your litltle girl traipsing barefoot through the forest with a crown of flowers on her head? Then we offer... Read More
English: Nature name
English: Hunting bird; When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.
Originally a familiar form of names such as Jacob, James, and Jason, Jay is now a given name in its own right. This unisex... Read More