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  • Castiel

    Pronunciation: CAS-tee-el Meaning of Castiel: "my cover is God" Origin of Castiel: Hebrew Castiel, which vaulted into the Top 1000 on the wings of the angel hero of the television show Supernatural, is the name of the Angel of the day Thursday. It may also derive some appeal from the newly-fashionable CAS syllable, as in Cassian and Cassius. It was one of the fastest-rising names between 2012 and 2013, jumping 418 spots into the Top 1000.

  • Cassian & Lucien

  • Gabriel

    Meaning of Gabriel: "God is my strength" Origin of Gabriel: Hebrew Gabriel -- the name of the archangel who heralded the news of Jesus' birth, appearing in Christian, Jewish and Muslim texts, the angel of mercy, life, joy, judgment, truth, and dreams, who presides over Paradise -- is fast becoming a biblical favorite, firmly in the Top 25. In addition to all his other responsibilities, Gabriel is the patron saint of broadcasters and diplomats, and governs Mondays and the month of January. Gabriel has proven itself a friendly and appealing alternative to Michael, that other, long-reigning archangel.

  • Leonides

    Greek variation of Leonard.

  • Lucian

    Meaning of Lucian: "light" Origin of Lucian: Latin Lucian is a sleeker, more sophisticated version of Lucius that is climbing in tandem with other Lu-starting names, now ranking at Number 631and 199 on Nameberry. Historically, the name was made famous by the ancient Greek satirist Lucian of Samosata--sometimes considered the father of science fiction-- and by the third century St. Lucian. A modern bearer was Berlin-born British painter Lucian Freud, grandson of Sigmund. In pop culture, Lucian the Lycan is a werewolf in the Underworld movies.