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Thread: Radiant Lads
October 3rd, 2013 06:15 PM #1
I'm curious to know if anyone knows any names that mean Bright, Light, Shining, Luminous, or has anything to do with stars, or anything such as that. I'm having trouble finding names for boys that mean such things as this, for girls it's much more easier and I have a long list of them. I'll gladly accept any suggestions, and Thank you ahead of time!Possible Names:
Liam Ezra Aoife Roisin Fionn Mordecai Clara Rosemary Leo Benedict Eloise Clodagh
Lysander * Hyperion * Oliver * Roderick * Seamus * Niall * Edmund * Draco * Tadhg
Lilyanna * Lux * Saoirse * Helena * Emma * Luna * Ellie * Ava * Arurora
October 3rd, 2013 07:31 PM #3
Akio- bright & heroic/manly, Japanese
Belenus- bright, brilliant, Celtic mythology
Bertram/Bertrand/Albert/Robert/Norbert- (or pretty much any Germanic name containing 'Bert') means bright
Roshan- Light/ bright, Persian
Sirius- a star, and it's root is from seirios, which means burning
Argider- beautiful light, basque
Horus- God of Light, Egyptian mythology
Lior- My light, Hebrew
Lucius- light, ancient roman
Lux- light, ancient roman
Tane- God of forest & light, Maori
Argus- glistening, shining, Ancient Greek
Altair- name of a star in the constellation Aquila
Anwar- brighter, more luminous, ArabicDelicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot
October 3rd, 2013 08:24 PM #5
Elior - "My God is My Light"
Abner - "My Father is a Light"
Gilbert - "Bright Pledge"
Bertram - "Bright Raven"
Sherwood - "Bright Forest"
Lambert - "Bright Land"
Argus - "Glistening, Shining"
Taliesen - "Shining Brow"
Zopyros - "Glowing"
Altair - "The Flyer", Name of a star in the constellation Aquila
Astrophel - "Star Lover"
Castor - "To Shine, To Excel", Name of a star in the constellation Gemini
Hesperos - "Evening", Personification of the evening star
Rigel - "Foot", star in the constellation Orion
Sterling - "Excellent", comes from sterling silver, which was named for the emblem that Norman coins had, and comes from an Old English word that means "little star"
Irene, Margot, Jane & Arthur, Felix, Simon
October 3rd, 2013 08:32 PM #7Considering...
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October 3rd, 2013 09:12 PM #9
These are all boys names:
Beacon (Not sure what it means, not even sure if it's a name, but I like the sound of it!)
Abner (God is a light)
Barak (Though it's the president's name, it means "flash of light')
Lior (Kind of like Dior.. Means "My light")
Fingall (Kind of looks like finger, but Finn is a cute nn... Means "Stranger with light")
Jair or Jairus (He will light up)
Kiran (Ray of light)
Neriah (Burning light of God)
Uriah (The Lord is light)
Brighton (Bright settlement)
Gilbert (Bright oath)
Ingel (Bright angle)
Robin (Bright fame)
Some of those are a bit weird, but I hope I could help!
At this website, you can search names by meaning. It's where I found all my names for this list.