Aaron Edit

  • The name Aaron is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name varies, and can sometimes mean "Lofty", "Enlightened", "Exalted", or "High mountain". Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command).


  • Abby is a diminutive of Abigail, that comes from the Hebrew name אֲבִיגָיִל ('Avigayil) meaning "My Father is Joy".

Aerith Edit

  • The name Aerith is possibly delivered name Erith(a) meaning "Flower, Flower-like". Aerith is often referred to as Aeris due to the translation issues

Alexis Edit

  • Alexis is a Greek name. In Greek, the meaning of the name Alexis is "Defend".

Alina Edit

  • Alina is a female given name of Greek origin which means "light". Other sources, however, attribute an Arabic or a Germanic origin.In both cases, it means "noble".The Germanic version seems to be related to Alicia in Spanish and Adele or Delia in English.


  • Amber comes from the English word amber that denotes either the gemstone, which is formed from fossil resin, or the orange-yellow color.

Amethyst Edit

  • The name Amethyst comes from the Ancient Greek  a- ("not") and μέθυστος méthystos ("intoxicated"), a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness.
    • Amethyst is also a purple or violet gemstone.
    • According to Ancient Greek superstitions, many people believe amethysts protect one from poison, evil, and getting drunk.

Aphmau Edit

  • According to an astrology website, the name Aphmau means "Chronic Insomnia", or "Chronic Warrior". This name was taken from the Final Fantasy franchise, from a royal puppeteer named Aphmau.

Asmund Edit

  • The name Asmund is a Scandinavian origin meaning "God is protector". This common Scandinavian name, also spelled Osmund, is only occasionally heard in this country.

Azura Edit

  • Azura is an elaboration of Azure, that comes from the English word that means "sky blue".

Balder Edit

  • The name Balder is a variant from Baldur, a Norse and Icelandic name meaning "prince".

Blaze Edit

  • The name Blaze is a Latin origin meaning "one who stutters".

Brendan Edit

  • The name Brendan is an English name that comes from the name Brendanus, the Latinized form of the Irish name Bréanainn, which was derived from a Welsh word meaning "prince".

Burt Edit

  • The meaning of the name Burt is derived from the Old English 'beorht' meaning bright, glorious. Also used as a name derived from the surname and place name Burton, meaning fortified enclosure.

Chad Edit

  • The name Chad is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Chad is: "Protector". It is the modernized form of the Old English name Ceadda, influenced by the Welsh word cad meaning the word "battle".
    • As for his middle names, Augustine is a name derived from the Latin word augere, meaning "to increase." The name is a variation of the Roman names Augustus and Augustinus. Augustus, meaning "the great" or "the venerable" was a title given to Roman emperors.
    • Leopold is a Germanic name composed of two stems, common to Germanic names. The first part is related to the Latin word Leo, meaning "lion" (although some say the first part is related to Old High German liut meaning "people", since the Germanic peoples had no word for "lion" as they weren't aware of the existence of lions until they established contacts with the Romans). The second part is also of Germanic origin and means "brave", or "bold". The name hence originally meant something close to "as brave as a lion".

Corey Edit

  • Corey is a Gaelic name with different meanings depending on where in the British Isles the name is being used. In Scots Gaelic, from Scotland, the name would be translated to mean "Cauldron", while in Irish Gaelic the name translates to "From the hollow". The name has a number of possible derivations, including the Old Norse name Kori of uncertain meaning, which is found in Scandinavia and England.

Dale Edit

  • Dale is an English name, meaning "Lives In That Valley".

Damian Edit

  • The name Damian is a Greek name. In Greek the meaning of the name Damian is: To tame, from the Greek name Damianas.'one who tames; subdues.'

Dante Edit

  • Dante is an American name meaning "enduring", and is a diminutive of Durant, a Latin name of a similar meaning.

Demytrix Edit

  • The meaning and origin of the name Demytrix seems a bit unknown

Dmitri Edit

  • Dmitri is a Greek name meaning "Earth Lover" or "Lover of Earth". The feminine variation of the name, Demeter, is the name of the mythological Greek goddess of corn and harvest.

Donna Edit

  • The name Donna is of American origin, and means "lady".

Emma Edit

  • The name "Emma" is of Germanic origin derived from the word ermen that means "Whole" or "Universal".

Emmalyn Edit

  • The name Emmalyn is a variant of Emmeline, or else a combination of Emma and the fashionable name suffix lyn. Emmeline comes from an Old French form of the Germanic name Amelina, originally a diminutive of Germanic names beginning with the element amal meaning "work".

Ethan Edit

  • Ethan is a Hebrew origin (איתן) that means firm, enduring, strong and long-lived.

Falter Edit

  • The name Falter could be a German origin; South German: topographic name from Middle High German valletor, valter, the term for a self-closing gate, placed between a village and the adjacent fields.

Gale Edit

  • Gale is a given name. It has seen masculine and feminine use consecutively in the United States. Gale as a man's name is from an English surname, ultimately from Middle English gaile "jovial". It can also be used as a form of the name Galen, a name derived from that of the ancient Greek physician, meaning "tranquil."

Gali Edit

  • The name Gali is a Hebrew name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Gali is: Fountain.

Garroth Edit

  • The name Garroth is possibly a variation of the name Gareth, a Welsh name meaning "Gentle", and also the name of one of the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian legend. He was the youngest son of King Lot and of Morgause, the half-sister of King Arthur, thus making him Arthur's nephew, as well as brother to Gawain, Agravain, Gaheris, and half-brother to Mordred. The name Gareth is derived from the Welsh word gwaredd, meaning "gentleness".
    • Whether it is intentional or not, it should also be noted that Zane's personality is very much like those of Agravain and Mordred, while Vylad is similar in personality to Gaheris.


  • The name Garte is of Norse origin, and means "Defender". It is derived from the Scandinavian name Garth, which has a similar meaning.

Gavin Edit

  • Gavin is a Welsh name meaning "Hawk of the Battle" and is derived from the name Gawain, the name of one of the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian legend.

Glenda Edit

  • The name Glenda is a Welsh name which means pure, clean and good. The name is ironic for her.

Helen Edit

  • The name Helen is a Greek name, meaning "torch", "corposant", or "moon". In Greek mythology, she was married to Menelaus, King of Mycenae. Her abduction by Paris, Prince of Troy sprouted the beginning of the Trojan War.

Hyria Edit

  • The name Hyria is a Latin name meaning "Daughter of Amphinomus".

Irene Edit

  • Irene is a feminine name of Greek origin, meaning "Peace", and is derived from εἰρήνη — the Greek for "peace", which was later adapted into the name Eirene, which thus became Irene. Eirene was the Greek goddess of peace. Irene was also the name of an 8th-century Byzantine empress, as well as the name of several saints.

Issa Edit

  • Issa is an Arabic name, and is the Arabic form of the Hebrew name Yeshua. The name Issa means "Messenger of Allah and His Word". Allah is the Arabic word for God, referring to the God in Abrahamic religions, such as Islam.

Ivan Edit

  • Ivan (Cyrillic: Иван or Iван) is a Slavic male given name, a variant of the Greek name Iōánnēs (English: John) from Hebrew יוֹחָנָן Yôḥānnāh meaning 'God is gracious'.

Ivern Edit

  • The name Ivern could be Latin from hībernum (tempus).


  • Ivy is a name of English origin, and means "Faithfulness". The name is derived from the word ivy, a common nickname for a leafy plant called hedera. A well known subspecies of the plant, toxicodendron radicans is commonly referred to as "poison ivy", because of its ability to cause an itching, irritating and sometimes painful rash in most people that touch the plant. This may be a reference to Ivy's title: Ivy the Venom Scythe, since venom is a type of poison.

James Edit

  • The name James is a Shakespearean baby name. In Shakespearean the meaning of the name James is "Supplanter". Supplanter is a noun that means one who wrongfully or illegally seizes the place of another.

Janna Edit

  • The name Janna is a unisex name and is a Hebrew origin meaning "flourishing"

Jeffory Edit

  • The name Jeffory is of English origin, and is derived from the French name Geoffrey, which is turn is believed to be derived from the Germanic name Gaut. The name means "Pledge of Peace" or "Peaceful Pledge".

John Edit

  • John is an English form of Iohannes, the Latin form of the Greek name Ιωαννης (Ioannes), itself derived from the Hebrew name יוֹחָנָן (Yochanan) meaning "Yahweh is Gracious". Yahweh (spelt as Yhwh is classic Hebrew, where vowels are not used) is the Jewish name for God.

Katelyn Edit

  • The name Katelyn is of British origin, and means "Pure". It is the phonetic variation of the name Caitlin, and the Irish variation of the name Katherine.

Kathrine Edit

  • The name Kathrine is a Greek name meaning "Pure".

Kawaii~Chan Edit

  • The word "kawaii" is Japanese for cute. "Chan" is a Japanese diminutive suffix; it expresses that the speaker finds a person endearing. It comes from a "cute" pronouncing of -san (in Japanese, replacing  sounds with ch sounds is seen as cute). In general, chan is used for babies, young children, grandparents and teenagers. It may also be used towards cute animals, lovers, close friends, any youthful woman, or between friends.
    • Kawaii~Chan tends to alter names, Example: Dante~Kun
    • "Sama" is a more respectful version of "san", and is used towards people much higher in rank than oneself, for example, a waitress may refer to their customer as "sama". It can also be used when talking to somebody you greatly admire.

"Kun" is usually used when talking to boys or men who are of a lower rank than you, such as male children or teenagers, however, in more modern times it is typically used when talking to or about a male friend.

"Chan" expresses that the speaker finds a person endearing. It comes from a "cute" pronouncing of "san" (in Japanese, replacing s sounds with ch sounds is seen as cute). In general, "chan" is used for babies, young children, grandparents and teenagers. It may also be used towards cute animals, lovers, close friends, any youthful woman, or between friends. "Tan" is another variation of "chan".

Kenmur Edit

  • Kenmur is a name of Scottish origin, which means "Handsome".

Kennet Edit

  • The name Kennet means "Born of fire".

Kiki Edit

  • Kiki is a name, typically used a nickname, which is attributed to various countries, and has different meanings in all of them. In Japan, the name Kiki means "Crisis", while in Korea, the name Kiki means "Lovely Flower". It is usually seen as a diminutive of many names beginning with K, such as Katherine, Katarina, or Kathleen. Since it is mentioned that Kiki is not her real name, it is possible that her real name could be one of these, or something similar.

Kiva Edit

  • Kiva as a girls' name is a Hebrew name, and the meaning of Kiva is "protect, shelter". Kiva is a version of Akiva (Hebrew).

Kyle Edit

  • Kyle is a Scottish name. In Scottish, the name Kyle means "a narrow spit of land".

Laurance Edit

  • Laurance is an English name meaning "man from Laurentum". Laurentum was an ancient Roman city on the west coast of the Italian Peninsula, southwest of Rome.
    • In his earliest appearances, Laurance's name was spelled Laurence, which is both the original and what is considered to be the "grammatically correct" variation of the name. However, the spelling does not effect the name's meaning.

Leona Edit

  • Leona is a Latin name. In Latin, the meaning of the name Leona is "Lioness". This could be considered to be quite fitting since her mother looks after animals - or ironically, seeing as she is a werewolf.

Levin Edit

  • Levin is a name of German origin, meaning "Dear Friend".

Lillian Edit

  • The name Lillian is of Latin origin, and means "Pure Lily", with lilies being a species of flower.

Lilith Edit

  • Lilith is a Hebrew name meaning "Storm Goddess", and is derived from the Akkadian word lilitu meaning "of the night".
  • In the series, the choice of the name Lilith derives from the name "Lily", in reference to Aaron's first wife, Lily, which in turn is after the flower of the same name.
  • Her middle name Garnet, is a traditional gemstone that is considered the birthstone that represents the month of January. Garnets come in a variety of colors, varying in shades of reds, oranges or violets.


  • From the name of the flower, a symbol of Purity. The word is ultimately derived from Latin lilium.

Liochant Edit

  • The meaning of the name Liochant is a bit unknown.

Logan Edit

  • The name Logan is Gaelic, and means "From the Hollow". A hollow is a low wooded area, like a thicket.

Louvel Edit

  • The name Louvel is a the French origin. In French, the meaning of the name is "Little wolf".

Lucien Edit

  • The name Lucien is a French origin and it means "light". It's the French form of Luciano or Latin Lucianus patronymic of Lucius.

Lucinda Edit

  • The name Lucinda is a Latin name. In Latin the meaning of the name Lucinda is "Illumination", or "Light". It was also the name of the mythological Roman goddess of childbirth and giver of first light to newborns.

Lyra Edit

  • The name Lyra is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "lyre". 
    • Lyra is a constellation name taken from the lyre of Orpheus.

Malachi Edit

  • Malachi is a Hebrew name with various meanings. In some translations, it means "My Angel", and in others, it means "Messenger of God".

Malik Edit

  • The name Malik is a given name and surname. It can be an Anglicization of two different Arabic names: مَالِك, meaning "Owner", and مَلِك, meaning "King". It is also of unrelated West Slavic origin from the Polish word "mały" meaning "small" and found in Czech and Slovak names such as Malík.

Matilda Edit

  • From the Germanic name Mahthildis meaning "strength in battle", from the elements maht meaning "might, strength" and hild, meaning "battle". Saint Matilda was the wife of the 10th-century German king Henry I the Fowler. The name was brought to England by the Normans, being borne by the wife of William the Conqueror. It was popular until the 15th century in England, usually in the vernacular form Maud. Both forms were revived by the 19th century. This name also appears in the popular Australian folk song 'Waltzing Matilda', written in 1895.

Merida Edit

  • The name Merida means Pearl. Possibly a form of the Celtic name, Mairead, meaning "Pearl."

Michi Edit

  • Michi is a Japanese name meaning "Righteous Way", which is ironic, as Michi is portrayed to be wicked and devious.

Mikai Edit

  • Mikai is a Talmudic name and is an English respelling of Micaiah, which is a form of the Hebrew name Mikhayahu, which means "Who is like God?".
  • It's also a Japanese name with a few meanings such as "Uncivilized", "Savage Land", and/or "Backward Region". The Kanji of the meaning is "未開" which in romaji is Mikai.

Mira Edit

  • The name Mira is a Latin origin meaning "admirable; or peace, world; or female ruler; or ocean". This name owes its present life to actress Sorvino.

Molly Edit

  • Molly is an English name derived from the Gaelic name Maili, meaning "Bitter".

Nekoette Edit

  • "Neko" is Japanese for cat, a clear reference to her being a Meif'wa, while "-ette" is a feminine suffix typically used in French girls' names such as Collette or Annette. The suffix "-tan" is a Japanese honorific considered to be the "baby-talk" variation of the suffix "-chan", which is used by her mother, Kawaii~Chan.

Nicole Edit

  • Nicole is a Greek name meaning "People's Victory". It can also be translated to "Victorious People".

Paul Edit

  • Paul is a common masculine given name in countries and ethnicities with a Christian heritage (Eastern Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Protestantism) and, beyond Europe, in Christian religious communities throughout the world. Paul – or its variations – can be a given name or surname.
    • The name has existed since Roman times. It derives from the Roman family name Paulus or Paullus, from the Latin adjective meaning "small" or "grand".

Raven Edit

  • Coming from the name of the bird, ultimately from Old English hræfn. The raven is revered by several Native American groups of the west coast.

Sasha Edit

  • Sasha is a name of Russian origin meaning "Defender of Man". The name is commonly found as a diminutive of Alexandra.

Seifer Edit

  • The name Seifer means Victory Peace and is of German origin.

Sota Edit

  • The name Sota is a Japanese origin name. The name Sota means Smoothly; Thick/Big. However Sota can have some different meanings depending on the Kanji you use such as example like: 颯太, 聡太, 草太 or 颯汰.

Thomas Edit

  • The name Thomas is a Greek form of the Aramaic name תָּאוֹמָא (Ta'oma') which meant "twin".

Travis Edit

  • The name Travis is an English name. In English the meaning of the name Travis is "Crossroads".

Ulrich Edit

  • Ulrich is a German given name derived from Old High German Uodalrich, Odalric. It is composed of the elements uodal- meaning "(noble) heritage" and -rich meaning "rich, powerful".

Urla Edit

  • Urla (sometimes spelt as Orla or Orlagh) is a name of Irish origin. It comes from the original Irish spelling of the personal name Órfhlaith. In the Irish language, the name means "gold".

Vincent Edit

  • Vincent is a Latin name meaning "conquering".

Vince Edit

  • The name Vince is a Latin origin meaning "conquering".

Visher Edit

  • The name Visher could be a variant from the German surname of Vischer.

Yip Edit

  • The name Yip is a Cantonese name variant from the Chinese name Ye (葉) which the name means "leaf".

Zack Edit

  • Zack is a Hebrew origin, and the meaning of the name Zack is "laughter; the Lord recalled"

Zane Edit

  • The name Zane has been attributed to several countries. In Hebrew, the name means "Gift from God", and since Zane is a priest, this name could be considered rather fitting, though as he is a villain, it can also be considered to be ironic. The name can also be traced back to Arabic origins, where it used as a unisex name. When used for a boy, the Arabic meaning of the name is "Good", while in the case of a girl, it means "Beautiful".

Zoey Edit

  • Zoey is modern English name, and is a variant spelling of the more common name Zoe, which means "Life" in Greek.

Zianna Edit

  • The name Zianna is possibly of Italian origin, and means "Love" or "Peace".
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