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  1. DAARIO
    • DAVOS
      • Elias
        • Origin:

          Greek variation of Elijah, Hebrew
        • Meaning:

          "Yahweh is God"
        • Description:

          Strong, charismatic, and sleek, Elias has followed in the footsteps of Elijah and Eli to become a popular choice among parents today.
      • Joffrey
        • Origin:

          Variant of Geoffrey
        • Description:

          King Joffrey Baratheon, the petulant biological son of siblings Cersei and Jaime Lannisters, is perhaps the most notorious villain in the entire Game of Thrones canon. His name is practically a byword for sadism among fans of the show and George R.R. Martin's books. As such, we think it's probably a name best avoided IRL.
      • Marius
        • Origin:

          Latin, from a Roman family name related to Mars, the god of war
        • Description:

          Marius, frequently heard in Germany and France, is a slightly fusty yet accessible name that has (Les Mis) to Anne Rice. With the rise in interest in such Latin names as Maximus and Atticus, Marius might start attracting more attention. Mario, the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese version of Marius, is much more widely used.
      • Mathias
        • Origin:

          Spelling variation of Mattias, Greek
        • Meaning:

          "gift of God"
        • Description:

          Matthias is the ancient Biblical form of Matthew, widely used along with brother Mathias in the US for the past 20 years.
      • Reuben
        • Origin:

          Hebrew
        • Meaning:

          "behold, a son"
        • Description:

          Reuben is derived from the Hebrew words ra’a, meaning "to see, to understand," and ben, "son." As a phrase it translates to "behold, a son." In the Bible, Reuben is Jacob's first-born son by Leah and the founder of one of the tribes of Israel.
      • Sirius
        • Origin:

          Latin from Greek
        • Meaning:

          "burning"
        • Description:

          Yes, it's the name of the brightest star in the sky, but can't you just hear people saying, "Are you serious?" Singer Erykah Badu used it as a middle name for son Seven.
      • Taddeo
        • Origin:

          Italian variation of Thaddeus
        • Meaning:

          "gift of God"
        • Description:

          A particularly charming spin on the original, as is theSpanish name Tadeo. It debuted in the US Top 1000 in 2016.
      • Thaddeus
        • Origin:

          Aramaic, meaning unclear, possibly from Theodore
        • Meaning:

          "gift of God"
        • Description:

          Thaddeus, a distinguished, long-neglected name, has several areas of appeal: a solid New Testament legacy, a nice antique feel, and the choice of several more modern nicknames and international variations.