Mystic/Fantasy

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Female names: People of Legends, Mystic creatures, Angels, Mystics, Fate, Muses, Royalty, Nobles, Mystical stuff, Warrioress, Weapons/Armor, Creatvity, Other,
Male names: People of Legends, Mystic creatures, Angels, Mystics, Mystical stuff, Royalty, Nobles, Warriors, Weapons/Armor, Other,
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Female names

People of Legends/History/Myths

Alala: greek: The sister of Ares
Alcina: greek: A sorceress who ruled over a magickal island. When she tired of her lovers, she turned them into animals, trees, or stones
Alena: russian: A form of Helen
Aleris: greek: Ancient name
Amara: abyssian: Legend="paradise"
Anastasia/Stacia: greek: One who will rise again
Andromeda: greek: Beautiful maiden rescued by Perseus
Anicula: latin: Crone
Anteia: greek: Wife of sea-god Proteus
Aurnia: celtic: Historic name
Batya: hebrew: Daughter of God
Bilquees (bill-kwees): muslim: Queen of Sheba
Cassandra: greek: Prophetess to whom no one listened
Castalia: greek: Wife of King Delphus
Daphne: greek: Daughter of the River god Peneus
Delia: latin: An inhabitant of Delow, birth place of Artemis and Apollo
Elissa: greek: Queen of Carthage
Erinna: latin: Lesbian poetess
Fabula: latin: Myth
Ganymedes (gahn-nah-mee-dees or gah-nah-meeds): latin: Jupiter's beautiful cupbearer
Gratidia: greek: Cicero's Grandmother
Harmonia: roman: Daughter of Mars and Venus; Harmony
Helen: greek: In the Trojan War, this woman was fought over for her remarkable beauty.
Hero: greek: Priestess of Aphrodite in Sestos; beloved by Leander of Abydos
Inga: swedish: Hero's daughter
Ingrid: teutonic: Hero's daughter
Kahina: african: Berber leader, prophetess and warrior princess. Died in Tunisia A.D. 703
Kala: arabian: Fortress, castle; also listed as a Buddhist saint's name if pronounced 'cha-lah'
Khadijah (Kah-dee-jah): muslim: Mohammed's first wife, means "born prematurely"
Larissa: greek: Mythical woman
Latonia: latin: Mother of Apollo and Diana
Layla: swahili: Famous beauty in Leyla and Majnun
Leda: greek: Mythology, a Spartan Queen, Mother of Helen of Troy
Lilith: hebrew: Spirit of the night; First woman created by god, whom spurned Adam because she didn't like him dominating her, said to have become a demon.
Macaria (mah-kay-ree-uh): greek: Daughter of Hercules and Deianara
Maia: greek: Mythology; Daughter of Atlas; Mother of Hermes
Megara: greek: Wife of Hercules
Nila/Nyla: egyptian: An ancient Egyptian princess; the river Nile; Egyptian
Penthesilea (pehn-theh-sil-ee-ah): greek: Queen of the Amazons
Phaon/Phaonis: latin: Beautiful Lesbian youth beloved by Sappho
Rhea: greek: Daughter of Heaven and Earth
Sanjna: indian: Wife of the Sun
Sappho: latin: Lyric poetess of Mytilene
Shirin: persian: Sweet, a legendary beauty
Shanley: gaelic: Child of the old hero
Siv (seev): norwegian: Kinship, wife of Thor
Sunita: indian: A daughter of Dharma
Timandra: greek: Daughter of hero Tyndareus
Zenaide (zah-nay- ed): greek: Daughter of Zeus
Zenobia: greek: Given life by Zeus
Zita (zee-tah): latin: Patron of housewives and servants

Mythical Creatures

Furia: latin: Hell-hound
Harpy/Harpyiae: greek: Half woman and half bird
Hydra: greek: Seven-headed serpent, killed by Hercules
Jini: kiswahili: A genie
Scylla: latin: A sea-monster with the upper body of a woman and lower half serpent; daughter of Phorcus

Angels/Guardians

Agnola: italian: Angel
Anela: hawaiian: Angel
Angela: greek: Heavenly messenger; angel
Angelica: latin: Angelic
Angeni (ahn-gay-nee): native american: Spirit angel
Ariel/Ariella: hebrew: Lioness of God; air or water spirit (angel); ethereal; Angel of animals
Arella: hebrew: Angel, messenger
Aymelek: turkish: Moon angel
Dabria: latin: Name of an angel
Dara: persian: Angel of rains and rivers
Esme: welsh: Gracious protector
Gabi: hebrew: Pet form of Gabriella, name of an angel
Gotzone (goh-tsoh-nee): basque: Angel, messenger
Hadiya (hay-dee-yah): arabic: Guide to righteousness; gift
Kamali: rhodesian: Spirit Protector
Malaika (mah-lah-ee-kah): kiswahili: Angel
Melek/Melik: turkish: Angel
Meredith: old welsh: Guardian from the sea
Muriel: latin: Angel of June
Neria: hebrew: Lamp of god, angel
Nitika: ?: Angel of precious stones
Olinda: old german: Protector of property
Oriel: old french: Golden, Angel of Destiny
Ramona: teutonic: Wise protectoress
Sarafinah: hebrew: Ardent, like the angel who protects God's throne in Christian Mythology
Sarea (sair-ee-uh): latin?: name of an angel
Serafina/Seraphina: spanish-latin: Seraph, angel
Talia (tah-lee-uh): hebrew: Heaven's dew, name of angel
Terentia (ta-ren-shah): greek: Guardian
Vesta: latin: Guardian of the sacred fire

Mystics/Magic-users

Druidae: latin: Druids
Dymphna: gaelic: Suitable one, virgin saint
Haimi (hah-ee-mee): hawaiian: The seeker
Helenus: greek: Soothsayer
Kachina (kah-chee-nah): native american: Sacred dancer
Kaimi/Haimi: polynesian/hawaiian: The seeker
Kaula: polynesian: Prophet
Keara (keer-uh): irish: From a saint's name
Meda: native american: Priestess; Prophet
Miko: japanese: Priestess or literally translates "beautiful child"
Nahimana: native american: Mystic
Noita (Noi-tah): finnish: Witch
Peneope: greek: The weaver
Pythia (pith-ee-uh): greek: Prophet
Rahibe (rah-hee-bee): turkish: Nun
Ramla: swahili: Fortune-teller or prophet
Rhiamon: welsh: Witch
Saga: latin: Witch
Satinka (sah-teen-kah): native american: Magic dancer
Shannon: irish: Little wise one
Sibley/Sibyl: greek: Prophetess
Sybil: latin: Prophetess
Talib: arabian: Seeker
Talibah: muslim: Seeker of knowledge
Veleda: german: A virgin and prophetess

Fates

Alecto: latin: A Fury, one of three Fates
Atropos: greek: One of the three Fates, the one who cuts life.
Clotho: greek: One of the three Fates, the one who weaves life.
Eryn: latin: A Fury
Kismet: english: Fate
Lachesis: latin: One of the three Fates, the one who measures life.
Megaera: greek: A Fury
Nona: greek: latin: One of the three Fates
Parca: greek: "One of the Fates"
Tisiphone: latin: A fury

Muses

Aglaia: greek: One of three Graces epitomizing brilliance
Clio: greek: Muse of History
Erato: latin: The Muse of lyric amatory poetry
Euterpes (yoo-terp-ees): latin: Muse of lyric poetry
Melpomene(s): greek: The Muse of tragic poetry
Polythymnia (pah-lee-theem-nee-ah): latin: Muse of the pantomimes; also of lyric poetry
Serendipity: latin: Muse of Inspiration
Terpsichore (ter-see-chor-eh): latin: The Muse of dancing
Thalia: latin: The Muse of Comedy; blossoming
Urania (yoo-ray-nee-ah): greek/latin: Heavenly; Muse of Astronomy and Astrology

Royalty

Aasiyah (ah-see-yah): muslim: Queen with a powerful dynasty
Alysa/Alyssa: greek: Princess; logical
Ameerah: arabic: Princess
Amira: muslim: Princess, ruler
Aricia: greek: Princess of the royal blood of Athens
Daria: persian: Queenly
Dionne (digh-oh-nee): greek: Divine queen
Fallon: irish: Grandchild of the ruler
Farica: teutonic: Peaceful ruler
Henka: teutonic: Ruler of an estate
Hime: japanese: Princess
Kisaki: japanese: Empress
-kouhi: japanese: Queen; it's placed after name.
Malha: hewbrew: Queen
Malka: hebrew: Queen
Marina: latin: Princess of the sea
Morag: gaelic: Princess
Niamh: gaelic: Irish mythical princess of the land of promise
Noelani: hawaiian: A princess, means "Beautiful one from heaven"
Nusta: inca: Princess
Ra'eesah (rah-ee-sah): muslim: Leader, princess, noble, a wealthy lady
Rane (rah-neh): latin: Pure, queen
Rani: hindu: A queen
Rashiqa/Rashieka: arabian: Descended from Royalty
Regina: latin: Queen
Riane/Ryanne: gaelic: Little king
Riona: celtic: Queenly
Sari (shah-ree): hebrew: Princess
Sharon: hebrew: Princess
Shazadi: persian: Princess
Syeira (sigh-ehr-ah): gypsy: Princess
Sydelle (sigh- del): hebrew: Princess
Tia: greek: Princess
Valeska: polish: Glorious ruler

Nobles

Akela: hawaiian: Noble
Alita: spanish: Noble
Alix: teutonic: Noble
Alison/Allison/Alisson: old german: Noble; Kind; Little truthful one
Catilina: roman: Noble, or the name of a noble Roman
Della: teutonic: Of nobility
Ducissa: latin: Duchess
Edlyn: old english: Noble woman
Freya: norwegian: Noble woman
Majidah: muslim: Powerful, noble
Nabila: egyptian: Noble
Natesa: hindu: Dance lord
Nazirah (nah-zeer-ah): muslim: Leader, vanguard
Nola: celtic: Noble
Palla: inca: Noble Lady
Patricia: latin: Of nobility
Samia: muslim: Noble,lofty
Saree: arabic: Most noble
Tessa: italian: Countess
Zalika: swahili: Well-born

Mystical stuff

Ariadne/Ariana/Arianna/Ariane: greek: Very holy one
Airlia/Airlea: greek: Ethereal
Aisling/Aislinn/Ashling: gaelic: Vision, dream
Alima: arabic: Wise
Althea: greek: Healing
Ani: nigerian: A spirit
Asiza: african: Forest spirit
Chaitra: hindu: Aries sign
Disa: norwegian: Active spirit
Enid: gaelic: The spirit or soul
Felcia (fehl-shuh): polish: Lucky
Geneviene: celtic: Magick sighs
Hayal (hah-yahl?): turkish: Dream
Hulya (hool-yah): turkish: Daydream
Iman: arabic: Faith, belief
Jada: hebrew: Wise
Jan: persian: Soul; life
Jennifer: welsh: White spirit
Jinkx: latin: A charm, normally associated with bad luck.
Kadri/Kadriya/Kader: turkish: Destiny
Kameko: japanese: Tortoise-child, symbol for long-life
Kerani: hindu: Sacred bells
Khalidah: arabic: Immortal
Khalida: muslim: Immortal; surviving/alive
Kyna: gaelic: Wise
Kynthia (kin-thee-ah): greek: Born under the sign of cancer
Luighsaech: irish: Bringer of life
Magan: teutonic: Power
Mana: hawaiian: Supernatural power
Maya: hindu: Divine creative force in everything
Mela: hindu: Religious gathering
Mesha: hindu: Ram, born under the sign of Aries
Miya: japanese: Temple; Shinto
Miyako: japanese: Temple child or Child of the Temple; Shinto child
Narda: latin: Fervently annointed
Orra: scottish: Charm, amulet
Orenda: iroquois indian: Magic power
Parijan: persian: Fair soul
Pemba: african: The force of present existence
Priscilla: latin: Of ancient time
Ramona: spanish: Mighty, wise
Rei: japanese: Soul, spirit
Renata: latin: Reborn
Ruhani (roo-hahn-ee): persian: Spiritual
Rya: turkish: Dream
Saffi: danish: Wisdom
Sakinah: arabic: God-inspired peace-of-mind, tranquility
Sancia (sayn-chuh): latin: Holy
Sapientia: latin: Wisdom
Sapna: indian: Dream
Selma: scandinavian: Divinely protected
Sesha: hindu: Serpent who symbolizes time
Shantay: french: Enchanted
Shin: korean: Belief
Sophia: greek: Wisdom
Tansy: greek: Immortality
Tiffany: greek: Divine manifestation
Veda: hindu: Sacred knowledge
Vedis: celtic: Sacred spirit of the forest
Wakanda: native american: Inner magickal power

Warrioress

Ailith: old english: Seasoned warrior
Alfonsine/Alfonsia: old german: Noble and ready for battle
Drina: spanish: Helper and defender of mankind
Erica/Erika: english: Warrior, warrior-like
Geraldine (jer-al-deen): ?: Ruler with a spear
Gertrude: teutonic: Spear maiden
Hale (hah-leh): old norse: Army ruler
Hazel: teutonic: Commander, commmanding authority
Kalevi (kah-leh-vee): finnish: Hero
Lexine: hebrew: Helper and defender of mankind
Lois: greek: Battle maiden
Lola: spanish: Strong woman
Louise: old german: Famous warrior
Neala: celtic: Chieftainess
Neely: english: Champion
Nicia (nee-chee-uh): greek: Victorious army
Olesia: polish: Helper and defender of mankind
Sandrine: greek: Helper and defender of mankind
Sashenka: russian: Defender and helper of mankind
Serilda: old german: Armed maiden of war
Uta: german: Fortunate maid of battle
Valda: old norse: Spirited Warrioress
Verena: teutonic: Defender
Waneta: native american: Charger
Winema: native american: Female chief
Yvonne (ee-von): old french: Archer
Zandra: greek: Helper and defender of mankind

Weapons/Armor

Poloma: choctaw indian: Bow
Siham (see-ham): arabic: Arrows
Thyra: greek: Shield-bearer
Zeva: greek: Sword

Creativity

Afsana (ahf-sah-nah): persian: Tale/story
Cantilena: latin: Old song
Chantla: latin: Song, chant
Corinna: greek: poetess
Devnet: celtic: Poet
Historia: latin: History; story; tale
Kavindra: hindu: Mighty poet
Mangena: hebrew: Melody
Manzuma: egyptian: Poem or song
Melina: greek: Song
Myra: french: Quiet song
Nagmah: middle eastern: Melody, song
Nazima: muslim: Poetess, matron
Nazmiye (nahz-mee-yee): turkish: Poem
Odella/Odele: greek: Melody/song
Rawiyah (rah-wee-yah): middle eastern: Narrator, storyteller
Samira: muslim: One who narrates stories in the night; storyteller; entertainer
She'er (sheh-ehr): persian: Poet
She'r: persian: Poem
Shira: hebrew: Song
Shiri/Shirili (sher-ee-lee): hebrew: My song
Tarana: persian: Melody
Teague (teeg): celtic: Poet

Others

Aldora/Aldara: greek: Winged gift
Aleta/Alida: latin: Small winged one
Alima: arabic: Skilled in dance and music; Sea maiden
Alula: latin: winged one

Male names

People of Legends/Myths/History

Adonis: greek: A beautiful young man, beloved by Aphrodite.
Alexander: greek: Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia, conquered Asia Minor, Syria, Babylonia, Egypt, and Persia, in short, the entire known world, during his reign.
Andreus: greek: Son of the river Peneius
Amasis: egyptian: One of the most excellent Pharaohs
Archimedes (ark-ah-mee-dees): greek: Excellent mathematician and mechanic at Syracuse
Autolycus (ay-oo-toh-lee-koos): greek: A thieving shape-shifter
Barnabas: hebrew: Son of prophecy
Calchas/Calchantis: latin: High priest and seer among the Greeks before Troy
Chryses (pronounced like crisis): latin: Priest of Apollo
Derry: irish: Great lover, an ancient hero
Dymas (dee-mas): greek: Father of Hecate
Eryx: greek: Son of Aphrodite and Poseidon
Hesodus: greek: An Ancient poet
Kalkin: hindu: Tenth incarnation of god Vishnu
Laocoon (lah-oh-koon): greek: A Trojan priest of Apollo
Maduin: irish: Originally spelled "Mael Duin." Mael Duin is a major hero of Irish Mythology. Son of Ailill, he was raised by nuns after his father was killed by raiders. When told his father's story, Mael Duin sets out with sixteen warriors to avenge his death, and his subsquesent voyages have been called the "Irish Odyssey."
Manning: old english: Son of the hero
Orion: greek: Son of fire, the hunter
Palidor: medieval: A paladin is a virtuous knight who represents the pinnacle of chivalry and knightly ideals.
Ramuh: hindu: Rama is the hero of an epic Indian poem, the Ramayana. He is handsome, brave, and a model individual. After many trials and tribulations, he becomes king, and it is revealed that Rama is actually the god Vishnu in human form.
Royce: english: Son of the King
Saunders/Sanders: greek: Son of Alexander
Senon: spanish: Given life by Zeus
Sesostris: egyptian: An Egyptian king
Tabari (tah- bah-ree): north african: After a famous muslim historian
Yervant (yehr-vahnt): armenian: An armenian king

Mythical Creatures

Bahamut: mythology: Bahamut is the mythical king of the dragons.
Cerberus (sahr-rah-behs): greek: Three-headed hell-dog
Charon: greek: The ferryman of the Underworld
Cwn Anwwn (koon ah-noon): celtic: Hell-hound
Cyclops: greek: One-eyed giant
Drake/Draco/Draconis: latin: Dragon, serpent
Fenrir: norse: Fenrir is a gigantic wolf, offspring of Loki and Angerboda, who is the enemy of all the gods. He was banished and bound in Hel, but will break free at Ragnarok and slay Odin.
Golem: jewish: The original Golem was a stone creature that was brought to life by the sacred word of a holy man. The Golem was a sort of primitive robot.
Gyges (jigh-gees): latin: A 100-armed Giant
Ifrit: middle eastern: Orignally spelled "Efreet". Efreet are fire djinns from the elemental plane of fire who lived in the City of Brass.
Talos (tay-lohs): greek: Giant protector of Minos Island
Terrato: norse: The original name of this Esper was "Midgard's Serpent". Midgard's Serpent is a gigantic serpent, offspring of Loki and Angerboda, that lay at the bottom of the ocean. The Serpent was destined to consume the earth at Ragnarok.

Angels/Guardians

Alden: old english: Old wise protector
Angelo: greek: Angel
Angelus: latin: Angel
Blaz: old german: Unwavering protector
Custodis/Custosodis: latin: Guardian
Eamon: anglo-saxon: Wealthy Guardian
Gabriel: latin: "Hero of God", he is considered the gentle Archangel and is associated with the moon and water. He carries a golden trumpet and a white lily
Hadi (hah-dee): arabic: Guide to the right
Javan: latin: Angel of Greece
Jibril: arabic: Archangel Gabriel
Micheal: latin: "Who is like God?", he is one of the four well known Archangels and is asociated with fire. He carries a sword and scale.
Murdoch: scottish: Sea protector
Payton: scottish: Pastor, guardian
Parker: english: Protector of the park
Ranger: french: Guardian of the forest
Sachiel: latin: Angel of water
Seraphim: Latin: A seraph is a holy angel with three pairs of wings. Seraphim are often paired with cherubim.
William: old german: Resolute guardian
Zaniel (zay-nee-el): latin: Angel of Mondays

Mystics/Magic-users

Alim: arabic: wise, learned one
Cato: latin: Sagacious, wise one
Ciar: irish: Saint's name
Connor: celtic: Wise aid
Diogenes (dee-ohg-een-ees): greek: Cynic philosopher
Jason: greek: Healer
Keenan: gaelic: Little ancient one
Khoury (kohr-ee): arabic: Priest
Mannix: irish: Monk
Shinpi: japanese: Priest; mystery
Sumner: old french: Summoner
Talib: sikhism: Seeker of truth
Vats (vah-tees): latin: Fortuneteller

Mystical stuff

Caton: spanish: Knowledgable, wise
Durrikan (doo-ree-ken): english gypsy: Fortune-telling
Mansur: arabic: Divinely aided
Nevan: irish: Holy
Pilan: native american: Supreme essence
Sephiroth (Seph-ehr-ohs or Seph-ehr-oth): qabbalah:"Infinite brought into finite"; "A god brought into a man"; "Timeless brought into time"
Shen: chinese: Spiritual, deep-thinking
Taurin: latin: Born under the sign of Taurus
Thurston: norse: Thor's stone

Royalty

Alaric: old german: Noble ruler
Auaui (ah-oo-ahwee?): inca: Prince
Audric: french: Old and wise ruler
Bazyli: polish: Royalty
Berthold: teutonic: Brilliant ruler
Berton: teutonic: Glorious ruler
Enrique (ehn-ree-keh): basque: Ruler of an estate
Hide: japanese: Prince
Koutei: japanese: Emperor
Jared: hebrew: One who rules
Manco: peruvian: King
Merrick: english: Ruler of the sea
-ou: japanese: King; also could be used as God or Deity; it's placed after a name.
Ray: french: Kingly
Regis (ree-jis): latin: Regal, kingly
Rex: latin: King
Richard: old german: Strong ruler
Rico: spanish: Noble ruler
Roi (roy): french: King
Rory: teutonic: Famous ruler
Ryan: gaelic: Little king
Shahzadeh (shah-zah-deh): persian: Prince
Xerxes (zer-zees): persian: Ruler

Nobles

Aelius (ahy-lee-uhs): roman: A gentile name
Alan: celtic: Noble
Antonius (Ahn-tohn-ee-uhs): roman: A gentile name
Arthur: celtic: Noble
Asinius (Ah-sin-ee-uhs): roman: A gentile name
Barnett: old english: Noble
Calpurnius: roman: A gentile name
Chalmers: scottish: Son of the lord
Coman: arabic: Noble
Kedar: hindu: Mountain Lord
Nolan: gaelic: Famous and noble
Patrick: latin: Nobleman
Paxton: latin: Nobleman
Thanos (tahn-ohs): greek: Noble
Tiernan: gaelic: Lordly

Warriors

Bali: hindu: Mighty warrior
Bevan: celtic: Youthful warrior
Caedmon: celtic: Wise warrior
Chad/Chadwick: celtic: Warrior
Chevalier: french: Knight
Duncan: celtic: Dark-skinned warrior
Dustin: old german: Valiant fighter
Elek: hungarian: Helper and defender of mankind
Eric: english: Warrior, warrior-like
Garret: anglo-saxon: Powerful with the spear
Garrick: old english: One who governs with a spear
Gerik (gay-rik): polish: Prosperous spearman
Gunnar: teutonic: Bold warrior
Harmen: old english: Soldier
Herman: old german: Man of the army
Hunter: old english: Hunter
Kane: gaelic: Tribute, warrior
Kester: latin: From the camp of the Roman army
Kishi: japanese: Knight
Liam: irish: Unwavering protector
Mandek: polish: Army man
Mather: old english: Strong army
Miles: latin: Soldier
Murphey: irish: Sea warrior
Neil: gaelic: Champion
Odon: hungarian: Wealthy protector
Orman: english: Spearman
Patton: old english: From the castle of the warrior
Raymond: old english: Mighty protector
Raynor: old norse: Mighty army
Redmond: old german: Protecting counselor
Sandor: hungarian: Helper and Defender of mankind
Saxon: english: Swordsman
Thane: old english: Attendant warrior
Theron: greek: Hunter
Torin: irish: Chief
Tyee: native american: Chief
Venator (veh-nah-tohr): latin: Hunter
Warren: german: Defender
Warner: german: Protective warrior
Walter: german: Powerful warrior

Weapons/Armor

Aleron: french: Knight armor
Brandon: anglo-saxon: Sword
Brenainn: irish: Sword
Gary: old english: Spear carrier
Gerard: old german: Spear-brave
Hagan: teutonic: Strong defense
Harold: old english: Army-power
Kasen: latin: Protected with a helmet
Kenelm: old english: Brave helmet
Kennedy: gaelic: Helmeted chief
Motega: native american: New arrow
Seif (sigh-eef): middle eastern: Sword of religion
Tegh: sikhism: Wielding the sword

Others

Aron: hebrew: enlightened
Cadeo: vietnamese: Folk song
Bayani: fillipino: Hero
Amar: sikhism: Immortal
Tanek: polish: Immortal
Baird: scottish: Poet; storyteller
Divan: persian: Book of poems
Omnituens (ohmn-eet-oo-ehns): latin: All-seeing
Rune (roo-nee): german: Secret
Ragnarok: norse: Ragnarok is the Judgement of the Gods. (From Norse RAGNA, the general plural of REGIN (God)+ROK (judgement or reason) RAGNAROEKER, on the other hand, means the day of reckoning, when every god meets his final destiny. The two terms are often used interchangebly.
ZoneSeek: etymological: The name might mean that he helps you find another dimension or a higher plane of existence.

Names that fit both genders

Angels:
Angelicus: latin: Angel
Cassiel: latin: Angel of Tears and Solitude
Daitenshi: japanese: Archangel
Mitsukai (meets-ook-ay): japanese: Angel
Tenshi: japanese: Angel
Battle Themes:
Casey: irish: Valorious, brave
Chimal (chee-mahl): aztec: Shield
Haley: scandinavian: Hero
Kelly: irish: Warrior
Nobility:
Tierney (teer-nee): gaelic: Lord
Tupac: inca: Royal
Mysticism:
Drew: greek: Vision
Mubarak (moo-bahr-rahk): persian: Blessed
Shinpi: japanese: Mystery
Haldis: teutonic: Stone spirit
Mystic Creatures:
Hiryuu: japanese: Flying dragon
Kirin: chinese: A Kirin is an imaginary creature that is part horse and part dragon. The male is called "Ki", and the female is called "Rin". It is capable of flying, and sparks of lightning shoot out from its hooves. Kirin are considered good luck.
Kouryuu/Kouryou: japanese: Rain dragon
Monoceros/Monocerotis: latin: Unicorn
Phoenix: latin: A mystical bird who every 500 years or so dies and becomes reborn from the fiery
ashes; rebirth or reincarnation.
Ryuujin: japanese: Dragon King (God)
Ryuuko/Ryouko: japanese: Dragon and Tiger
Sen: japanese: Woodfairy
Tannim: hebrew: Child of Dragons
Uniconus (oo-neh-coh-nehs): latin: Unicorn
Yousei: japanese: Fairy, elf, sprite; literal translation "bright (sunshine) star".

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