Achilles, the star of Homer's epic Iliad, was a great warrior who led the Greeks in the Trojan War. According to legend,... Read More
Greek: From Attica; The hunter Actaeon stumbled upon the goddess Artemis while she bathed, so she turned him into a stag. His own...
Latin: A hunter
Greek: Extremely handsome; In greek mythology, Adonis is a beautiful young man beloved of Aphrodite.
Greek: Grandfather of Achilles
Greek: Second husband of Medea
Latin: From the Aegean sea
Greek: Cousin of Agamemnon
Latin: Cousin of Agamemnon
Greek: Father of the Danaides
Latin: Brother of Daunus
Greek: Praiseworthy; the Trojan warrior from Virgil''s Aeneid
Greek: God of the winds
Latin: Mythical keeper of the winds
Greek: God of medicine
Latin: God of medicine
Greek: Mythological father of Jason. When Aeson was very old, Medea gave him the gift of a second youth.
Latin: A Greek at Troy
Greek: Mythological son of the god Zeus and Antiope, he was a king of Thebes known for his supernatural musical abilities
Greek: Husband of Alcmene
Latin: Husband of Akmene
Greek: Father of Aeneas
Latin: Father of Aeneas
Greek: Wife of Hector
Anna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the "Ann" family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in... Read More
Greek: The mythological daughter of Oedipus and sister of Priam
Greek: Foam-born; The Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite was born from the sea foam, married to the smith god Hephaestus and became...
Apollo is a name teaming with greatness. Not only is it the name of the handsome Greek god of medicine, poetry, and music... Read More
Greek: God of war
Latin: Greek god of war
The Argo was the ship used by legendary Greek hero Jason in his quest for the Golden Fleece. It's a good, strong name (much... Read More
Greek: Holy one; In Greek mythology, Ariadne is the daughter of King Minos who saves Thesus by helping him navigate the prison maze...
Greek: A Greek poet and musician. The mythological magic horse born to Poseidon and Demeter.
Greek: Huntress and virgin goddess of the moon in Greek mythology, the equivalent of the Roman godess Diana
Egyptian: Goddess of Syrian origin introduced into Egypt during the 18th Dynasty.
Latin: Phoenician predecessor to the Greek Aphrodite, mythology places her as goddess of war, passionate love, and fertility.
Greek: Immoveable; the name of a female athlete and huntress in Greek mythology who vowed never to marry a man unless he beat her...
Greek: Carried; In mythology, Atlas was forced by Zeus to carry the heavens on his shoulders forever as a punishment after he and...