Elemental Names

Aditya (Indian): Male. "sun"
Adrian (Latin): Male. "seacoast"
Agnes (Greek): Female. "pine" Other Spellings/Variations: Inez, Agniezska, Nesta
Ahtahkakoop (Cree): Male. "star blanket"
Aidan (Celtic): Male. "little fire"
Aiken (Anglo-Saxon): Male. "oaken"
Ainsley (Anglo-Saxon): Male. "from near the meadow"
Aki (Japanese): Male. "autumn"
Anan (Arabian): Male. "clouds"
Anatole (Greek): Male. "eastern"
Anfisa (Russian): Female. "flower"
Aravinda (Indian): Male. "lotus"
Ardan (Latin): Male. "fiery" Other Spellings/Variations: Arden
Arevig (Armenian): Female. "like the sun"
Asa (Japanese): "born at dawn"
Asta (Danish): Female. "star"
Astrum (Latin): "star"
Audra (Lithuanian): Female. "storm"
Ausra (Lithuanian): Female. "dawn"
Ayame (Japanese): Female. "iris"
Aysel (Iranian): Female. "like the moon"
Badria (Afghani): Female. "moonlike"
Brand (English): Male. "fiery"
Calder (Anglo-Saxon): Male. "stream"
Cam (Vietnamese): "orangefruit, sweet"
Camden (Celtic): Male. "from the winding valley"
Chan (Cambodian): "sweet-smelling tree"
Chandrakant (Indian): Male. "beloved by the moon"
Cheney (Celtic): Male. "from the oak forest"
Chun (Chinese): Female. "spring"
Chyou (Chinese): "autumn"
Citali (Nahuatl): Unisex. "star"
Clive (Old English): Male. "cliff"
Craig (Celtic): Male. "rock"
Csilla (Hungarian): Female. "star"
Dagna (Teutonic): Female. "fair as day"
Dara (Cambodian): "star"
Dinh (Vietnamese): Male. "summit"
Dorian (Greek): Male. "of the sea"
Edama-mae (Japanese): "beans"
Edan (Celtic): Male. "fiery"
Edana (Celtic): Female. "little fire"
Ennis (Celtic): Male. "island"
Eshe (African): Female. "life"
Esmerelda (Greek): Female. "emerald"
Esther (Persian): Female. "star" Other Spellings/Variations: Hester
Evelyn (Latin): Unisex. "hazelnut"
Evike (Hungarian): Female. "living"
Ezra (Hebrew): Male. "rising of light"
Fajra (Esperanto): Female. "fiery"
Ferris (Celtic): Male. "the rock"
Fidda (Arabic): Female. "silver"
Gadar (Armenian): Female. "summit"
Ghadir (Arabic): Female. "stream"
Gemma (Latin): Female. "jewel"
Gin (Japanse): "silvery"
Gintare (Lithuanian): Female. "amber"
Hajnal (Hungarian): Female. "dawn"
Hala (Arabic): Female. "halo around the moon"
Haldis (Teutonic): Female. "stone spirit"
Hana (Japanese): Female. "flower, blossom"
Haru (Japanese): "born in spring"
Hiawatha (Iroquois): Male. "he makes rivers"
Hilel (Arabic): Male. "the new moon"
Hokolesqua (Shawnee): Male. "cornstalk"
Hong (Vietnamese): Unisex. "rose"
Hoshi (Japanese): Female. "star"
Hoshiko (Japanese): "star"
Hotaka (Japanese): Male. "name of a mountain"
Hourig (Armenian): Female. "small fire"
Hyun-ok (Korean): Female. "wise pearl"
Ibolya (Hungarian): Female. "violet"
Ila (Indian): Female. "earth"
Ilona (Greek): Female. "light"
Ignatius (Latin): Male. "fiery"
Innis (Celtic): Male. "river island"
Isra (Arabic): Female. "nocturnal journey"
Jacy (Native American): "moon; creator of all plants"
Janan (Arabic): Female. "heart; soul"
Jarka (Czech/Slovak): Female. "spring"
Jin (Chinese): Male. "gold"
Joki (Finnish): "river"
Juvela (Esperanto): Female. "jewel-like"
Jyoti (Indian): Female. "light"
Kaede (Japanese): "maple leaf"
Kahoku (Hawaiian): "star"
Kamaria (African): Female. "like the moon"
Kesa (Finnish): "summer"
Kevat (Finnish): "spring"
Kin (Japanese): Female. "golden"
Kiri (Indian): Female. "amaranth flower"
Kita (Japanese): Female. "north"
Kiyoshi (Japanese): Female. "bright, clear"
Kohana (Japanese): Female. "little flower"
Kohar (Armenian): Female. "jewel"
Kun (Chinese): Male. "universe"
Kuu (Finnish): "the moon"
Kyoko (Japanese): "mirror"
Lan (Vietnamese): Female. "flower name"
Lata (Indian): Female. "a creeping plant"
Lee (Chinese): "plum"
Leila (Arabic): Female. "night"
Leiska (Finnish): "flame"
Leland (English): Male. "meadowland"
Lelia (Latin): Female. "lily"
Lian (Chinese): Male. "the grace of the willow"
Lien (Chinese): "lotus"
Lilia (Finnish): Female. "lily"
Lilian (Latin): Female. "lily"
Linh (Vietnamese): Female. "spring"
Lumen (Latin): "star"
Lur (Basque): Male. "earth"
Mai (Vietnamese/Japanese): Female. "flower"/"brightness"
Malati (Indian): Female. "jasmine"
Marajha (Esperanto): Female. "made of the sea"
Maris (Latin): Female. "of the sea" Other Spellings/Variations: Meris
Marjani (African): Female. "coral"
Marmaduke (Celtic): Male. "sea-leader"
Meri (Finnish): "sea"
Metsa (Finnish): "forest"
Miakoda (Native American): "power of the moon"
Migina (Native American): "returning moon"
Mika (Japanese): "new moon"
Miki (Japanese): Female. "flower stalk"
Mimiteh (Native American): "new moon"
Mina (Japanese): Female. "south"
Morgan (Celtic): Unisex. "sea's edge"
Morgance (French): "sea-dweller" Other Spellings/Variations: Morgane
Muriel (Greek): Female. "myrrh" Other Spellings/Variations: Myra, Myrtle
Mya (Burmese): Female. "emerald"
Nairi (Armenian): Female. "land of canyons"
Nami (Japanese): "wave"
Neelam (Indian): Unisex. "sapphyre"
Nila (Indian): Female. "dark blue"
Nora (Basque): Female. "light"
Nydia (Latin): Female. "from the nest"
Onno (Japanese): "workman's meadow"
Onyksi (Finnish): "onyx"
Orabela (Esperanto): Female. "golden-beautiful"
Orestes (Greek): Male. "mountain"
Padmavarti (Indian): Female. "lotus-like"
Padmini (Indian): Female. "full of lotuses"
Palwasha (Afghani): Female. "spark of light"
Peigi (Celtic): Female. "pearl"
Pelagia (Greek): Female. "the sea"
Pipra (Esperanto): Female. "peppery"
Poornima (Indian): Female. "full moon"
Quon (Chinese): Male. "bright"
Rajani (Indian): Female. "night"
Ran (Japanese): Female. "water lily" Other Spellings/Variations: Ren, Rena
Regenbeald (Anglo-Saxon): Male. "rainbow"
Rhona (Celtic): Female. "rough island"
Roscoe (Teutonic): Male. "deer forest"
Rozabela (Esperanto): Female. "beautiful rose"
Rozsa (Hungarian): Female. "rose"
Rubena (Esperanto): Female. "like a ruby"
Ruxandra (Romanian): Female. "dawn"
Safira (Esperanto): Female. "like a sapphire"
Sakura (Japanese): Female. "cherry blossoms"
Sandhya (Indian): Female. "twilight"
Sappho (Greek): Female. "sapphire; lapis lazuli"
Season (Latin): Female. "sowing/planting"
Seble (Ethiopian): "autumn"
Serafima (Russian): Female. "fiery ones"
Sethunya (African): Female. "bloom, flower"
Shino (Japanese): "stem of bamboo"
Shyam (Indian): Male. "dark, black"
Simin (Iranian/Persian): Female. "silver"
Sirvart (Armenian): Female. "love rose"
Sorina (Romanian): Female. "sun"
Stelara (Esperanto): Female. "like a constellation"
Stellato (Italian): Male. "starlit"
Storm (English): Female. "stormy"
Sucente (Italian): "starlike"
Suha (Arabic): Female. "star"
Sumiko (Japanese): Female. "charcoal"
Syksy (Finnish): "autumn"
Takeshi (Japanese): Male. "bamboo tree"
Talbot (Teutonic): Male. "valley bright"
Talvi (Finnish): "winter"
Tani (Japanese): Female. "valley"
Tao (Chinese): "peach; symbol of long life"
Thurayya (Arabic): Female. "the Pleiades"
Timantti (Finnish): "diamond"
Toma (Russian): Female. "spice"
Tondra (Esperanto): Female. "like thunder"
Tong (Vietnamese): "fragrant"
Tori (Japanese): Female. "bird"
Ume (Japanese): Female. "plum blossom"
Usha (Indian): Male. "dawn"
Vartouhi (Armenian): Male. "rose lady"
Vasant (Indian): Male. "spring"
Vesiputous (Finnish): "waterfall"
Vesna (Slovene): Female. "spring"
Vespera (Esperanto): Female. "of the evening"
Violeta (Bulgarian): Female. "violet"
Vosgi (Armenian): Female. "gold"
Wapasha (Dakota): Male. "red leaf"
Xena (Greek): Female. "distant land"
Xochitl (Nahuatl): Female. "flower"
Xuan (Vietnamese): Unisex. "spring"
Yaromira (Russian): Female. "great spring"
Yin (Chinese): Female. "silver"
Yoshino (Japanese): "field of good prospects"
Yu (Chinese): Female. "jade"
Yuki (Japanese): "snow, lucky"
Yuri (Japanese): Female. "lily"
Zora (Slovene): Female. "dawn"