- Adrian - AY-dree-ən
Adrian is a form of the Latin given name Adrianus or Hadrianus. Its ultimate origin is most likely via the former river Adria from the Venetic and Illyrian word adur, meaning 'sea' or 'water'.
The meaning of the name “Adorjan” is: “From Hadria”. Categories: Hungarian Names.
Hungarian form of adrian from the adriatic, Origin: Hungarian
From Greek, meaning "delicate" or "dainty". A Christian named Tryphena is found in the New Testament, where she is greeted by St. Paul in Romans 16:12 as "a woman who labors in the Lord".
Meaning: Biblical name
Its biblical name, Origin: Hindi
Richard Nelson Frye suggested Urartian origin for the name while T. Burrow connected the origin of the name Urmia to Indo-Iranian urmi- "wave" and urmya- "undulating, wavy", which is due to the local Assyrian folk etymology for the name which related "Mia" to Syriac meaning "water."
A Biblical Prophet, Origin: Arabic
Biblical priest, Origin: Hawaiian
Jehovah has seen. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew
Hebrew Meaning: The name Arnan is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Arnan is: Quick; joyful. A Biblical name.
Quick; joyful. A Biblical name., Origin: Hebrew
Zakarya ((Persian زكريا)) Related names. Zechariah, Zachary. Zakariya (also transliterated as Zakaria or Zekeriya, Arabic: زَكَرِيَّاء, or Arabic: زَكَرِيَّا) is a masculine given name, the Arabic form of Zechariah which is of Hebrew origin, meaning "God has remembered".
Zechariah, Biblical Prophet's Name, Origin: Arabic
The name Ilyas is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Ilyas is: The Biblical Elijah is the English language equivalent.
A Prophet, the biblical Elias, Origin: Arabic