Latin: Roman nickname for African woman; the name of two early saints
Latin: White; related to Alba, a place
Latin: White, pure; the name of a scholarly monk who encouraged Bede''s creation of the Ecclesiastical History of the English
Latin: White; fictional character from Harry Potter series, Albus Dumbledore
A steadily popular name for several decades—Amber was everywhere in the 1980s and '90s—the name now, surprisingly, makes... Read More
Move over Ruby and Jade, Amethyst is...not on the way. Despite the popularity of many gemstone names right now, the purple... Read More
English: Ash tree; the root of several English names and therefore a familiar variant of them, including Ashley and Ashton
Alluring and exotic, Azure is one of the most unusual in the color name group. A related possibility is Azura, the Persian... Read More
English: Variant of Bayard auburn-haired.
Italian: White, shining; variant of Blanche
English: Cherry fruit, bright red
Greek: Sweet reddish-brown, aromatic spice
The Corbin was an early 20th century automobile. Corbin was the mystical castle of the Holy Grail in Arthurian legend (also... Read More
English: A shade of red
English: Ebony tree
English: Green gemstone; the birthstone for May
English: Armed with a spear
English: Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory.
English: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory.
Welsh: Fair; blessed
Welsh: Fair, blessed
If you're looking for a botanical name that's not too flowery, try Hazel. Hazel has a lovely, vintage feel and retains a... Read More
Greek: Flower name, purple; In Greek mythology, Hyacinth was beloved and accidentally killed by Apollo. From his blood sprang the...
English: Deep blue-violet
Greek: Violet, dawn; In Greek mythology, the hero Hercules loved Iola.
Welsh: Deemed worthy, valued by God