Names I like for stories

These are just a bunch of names I like, and will probably use in stories I make.
  1. Arella
    • Origin:

      Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "messenger from God, angel"
    • Description:

      Bell-like and original.
  2. Isis
    • Origin:

      Egyptian
    • Meaning:

      "throne"
    • Description:

      Isis has gone from magical, feminist name on the rise to the forbidden list because of the extremist terror group called ISIS, an acronym for Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Unsurprisingly, Isis was one of the fastest-falling names in 2014, dropping 130 ranks to reach #706.
  3. Sethe
    • Origin:

      Egyptian mythological name or variation of Seth, Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "appointed, placed"
    • Description:

      Author Toni Morrison is an acknowledged master of naming, and Sethe, the name of one of the main characters of Beloved, which can be pronounced as Seth or Seth-eh, relates to the male biblical name Seth but is also the name of the Egyptian god of confusion.
  4. Zara
    • Origin:

      Hebrew and Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "blooming flower; God remembers"
    • Description:

      Zara has multiple origins, but most notably is a variation of Zahrah, a name derived from the Arabic zahrah, meaning "blooming flower." Zara can also be a diminutive of the Bulgarian name Zaharina, a feminine form of the Hebrew Zechariah. Today, Zara is heavily associated with the Spanish fast-fashion empire of the same name.
  5. Zariza
    • Origin:

      Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "gold, brilliantly bright"
    • Description:

      Zariza is a unique name sure to appeal to Z lovers.