Ancient Numerology 13-4 Names

Spiritual Neptune and Venus Energies. Idealistic, sensitive, and expressive. Escapist. Difficulty committing to anything. Independent spirits. Gets stuck in ideas of how things "should" be. Transformative emotions. Unconditional love. Heart is closed, has a tough exterior. Can be self-indulgent and neglects the needs of others. Life Lesson - Opening the heart to love. Tarot Cards - The Hanged Man, The Empress
  1. Al
    • Albert
      • Origin:

        German
      • Meaning:

        "noble, bright"
      • Description:

        Albert has acquired a new gloss as one of the top royal baby boy names, a considerable upgrade from its serious, studious image (think Einstein, Schweitzer).
    • Alphonso
      • Armond
        • Anjulie
          • Brigid
            • Origin:

              Irish variation of Brighid
            • Meaning:

              "strength or exalted one"
            • Description:

              Brigid is the simpler Irish version of the name of the goddess of fire, which may also be spelled Brighid. Other variations include Bridget, the most usual spelling in the U.S., and the French Brigitte.
          • Brooke
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "small stream"
            • Description:

              Brooke has long projected an aura of sleek sophistication, and can also be seen as a stylish water name.
          • Carrie
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Carol or Caroline
            • Meaning:

              "free man"
            • Description:

              Carrie lives on mainly on the screen, as the new/old antiheroine of Stephen King's classic Carrie, as turn-of-the-21st-century diva Carrie Bradshaw of Sex & The City, and as Claire Danes' Emmy-winning character Carrie Mathison of Homeland. In real life, however, Carrie dropped off the Top 1000 a handful of years ago and, while the name retains some charm, shows no signs of making an imminent comeback. Try Cara instead.
          • Carson
            • Origin:

              English and Scottish surname
            • Meaning:

              "son of the marsh dwellers"
            • Description:

              Carson is one of the most long-running popular androgynous baby names, with a dash of the Wild West via the legendary Missouri frontiersman Kit Carson. Dating back to when it was the name of Nancy Drew's Dad, Carson is still steadily in the Top 200 baby names.

              Current Carsons include TV personalities Carson Daly and Carson Kressley, and Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Palmer. Carson Wells was the bounty hunter character played by Woody Harrelson in No Country for Old Men, and Carson is the name chosen by actress Kathryn Erbe for her son.

          • Danny
            • Description:

              A diminutive of Daniel that's been immortalized in odes ranging from 'Danny Boy' to 'Danny's Song.'
          • Delilah
            • Origin:

              Hebrew or Arabic
            • Meaning:

              "delicate"
            • Description:

              Melodic and lively, Delilah has cut itself (mostly) free from its treacherous past to become a contemporary favorite.
          • Demetrien
            • Destinee
              • Origin:

                Spelling variation of Destiny
              • Description:

                Again, the trendy -ee ending.
            • Dustin
              • Origin:

                Norse
              • Meaning:

                "brave warrior, or Thor's stone"
              • Description:

                Dustin's popularity in recent years has probably had more due to its similarity to Justin than to idolization of Dustin Hoffman -- himself named after silent screen cowboy star Dustin Farnum -- who certainly was the one to put it on the name map. In recent years, golfer Dustin Johnson has brought fresh renown to the name. Dustin is a character in Netflix hit Stranger Things. After decades in the spotlight, Dustin feels like a classic rather than an upstart. It peaked in the Top 50s in the 1980s.
            • Erin
              • Origin:

                Irish
              • Meaning:

                "from the island to the west"
              • Description:

                First-wave Irish name and place name—the poetic name for Ireland—now supplanted by newer alternatives such as Maeve and Delaney.
            • Esmeralda
              • Origin:

                Spanish and Portuguese
              • Meaning:

                "emerald"
              • Description:

                Esmeralda came into use as an applied use of the Spanish word for emerald, esmeralda. In the 1831 Victor Hugo novel Notre-Dame de Paris, also known as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, the heroine was born Agnes, but called La Esmeralda in reference to the jewel she wears around her neck. The name Esmeralda got increased visibility via the Disney version of the story.
            • Evelyn
              • Origin:

                English from French and German
              • Meaning:

                "desired; or water, island"
              • Description:

                After decades of disuse, soft and feminine Evelyn has returned to the baby name stage in a huge way. It reached the Top 10 for the first time in 2017. Evelyn has now surpassed its former heights, joining a legion of contemporary little Evas, Avas, Eves, Evies, and Evelines.
            • Garrett
              • Origin:

                Irish variation of Gerard
              • Meaning:

                "spear strength"
              • Description:

                Garrett, also spelled with one 't', is an Irish-inflected name that was in the Top 100 in the nineties, but has now slipped in popularity.
            • Gwyneth
              • Origin:

                Welsh
              • Meaning:

                "blessed, happy"
              • Description:

                Because of Gwyneth Paltrow, this has almost become a one-person name, but not in the prohibitive there's-only-one-Oprah sense. Also seen as Gwenyth and Gweneth, this mellifluous appellation is definitely becoming more and more appreciated by American parents-- enough to land it on this year's Top 1000.
            • Isabella
              • Origin:

                Spanish and Italian variation of Elizabeth, Hebrew
              • Meaning:

                "pledged to God"
              • Description:

                Isabella has been a Top 10 name for girls in the US for two decades now. The Latinate form of Isabel, a variation of Elizabeth which originally derived from the Hebrew name Elisheba, Isabella reigned as Number 1 in 2009 and 2010.