Anime Names

Names that are used in popular animes
  1. Cana
    • Origin:

      Biblical place-name
    • Description:

      Cana is well-known to readers of the Bible as the city where Jesus performed his first miracle. If other place names, both modern and ancient, real and mythical, can be baby names, why not Cana? Rhyming with Dana, it can work for either gender.
  2. Carla
    • Origin:

      Feminine variation of Carl
    • Description:

      While Charlotte and Caroline are considered stylish and classic members of the Charles family, this somewhat severe Germanic form is fading. It reached its apex at Number 76 in 1965.
  3. Erza
    • Eucliffe
      • Gray
        • Origin:

          Color name, also diminutive of Grayson
        • Description:

          The girls have Violet and Scarlet and Ruby and Rose, but for the boys there's a much more limited palette of color names. Gray (or Grey), is one exception, which could make for a soft and evocative--if slightly somber-- choice, especially in the middle. Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney recently named their son Leo Grey.
      • Gajeel
        • Happy
          • Igneel
            • Lily
              • Origin:

                English flower name
              • Meaning:

                "lily"
              • Description:

                Lily is the most popular of the popular delicate century-old flower names now making a return, thanks to its many irresistible attributes: a cool elegance and a lovely sound, a symbol of purity and innocence, and a role in Christian imagery.
            • Lucy
              • Origin:

                English variation of Lucia, Latin
              • Meaning:

                "light"
              • Description:

                A versatile classic, Lucy is both sweet and solid, a saint's name, and the heroine of several great novels. First fashionable in England and Wales, Lucy is now a popular choice in the US, The Netherlands, and New Zealand.
            • Levy
              • Mirajane
                • Natsu
                  • Wendy
                    • Origin:

                      English, Celtic, Welsh
                    • Meaning:

                      "friend or white"
                    • Description:

                      It is popularly claimed that the name Wendy was invented by Sir James Barrie in 1904 for the big sister character in his play Peter Pan, which was followed by the classic novel in 1911. Barrie supposedly took it from the nickname "fwendy-wendy", that he was called by a young girl acquaintance.
                  • Zeref