A submissives journey

 

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Chat Etiquitte and rules

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Gorean Life
Gorean Language Translation

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A Letter to the Lost

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Slave Training or Teaching

Serving (Paga)

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Gorean Dictionary

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Gorean & Lifestyle Erotica

 

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The Works of John Norman

 

 

 


 

GOREAN NAMES

kajirae and kajiri:

These names have been collected here and there, the letter before the meaning, is for its origin

 A = Arabic

B = Biblical

E = Egyptian

F = Africa

G = Greek

H = Hebrew/Israeli

I = India

M = Muslim, generic

NA = Native American

P = Persian

R = Romany/Gypsy

T = Turkish

A



Aaminah : (ah-MEE-nah)
M = lady of peace and harmony

Aanisah/Anisa: (ah-NEE-sah)
M = pious-hearted lady; good-natured

Aasiyah: (ah-SEE-yah)
M = 1) mansion with good foundation, 2) queen with a powerful dynasty

Abda:
M = slave girl, espc. A black slave girl

Adena: (ah-dee-nah)
G, H Noble, adorned (form of Adriana)

Adilah:
M = "one who deals justly"

Adira:
H = mighty/strong

Adrienne/Adrea/Daria:
French ver. Of Greek "girl from adira"

Afsana : (ahf-SAH-nah)
P= tale/story

Ahava: (ah-hah-vah)
H =beloved

Aisha: - (ah-EE-shah)
F-Swahili/A = 1) life, alive, 2) Muhammed's chief wife

Alena:
H = russian form of Helen

Alika: (ah-lee-kah)
F-swahili = most beautiful

Almas : (ahl-mas)
M-diamond

Amara: (ahm-AHR-ah)
F- 1) Abyssinian legend= "paradise", 2) Kiswahili= urgent news 3) G = eternally beautiful

Ameenah/Amina: (ah-MEE-nah)
M = Trustworthy; faithful, honest; trustful, honest, 2) Mohammed's mother

Amira:
M = princess, ruler, H = speech, words

Anadil: (an-nah-dil)
A-nightingales

Andalee:
M = nightingale

Aneesh: (ah-neesh)
M = companion, affectionate friend; name of a sahaabi

Annakiya: (ah-nah-KEE-yah)
F- Housa= Sweet face

Anjum : (ahn-joom)
M = plural of najm. Stars

Anthea:
G = flowery

Aquilah:
M = intelligent

Arda/Ardah:
H = bronzed, also the month of "Adar" (Feb-March)

Arella : (ah-rehl-lah)
H = angel, messenger

Ariel/ariela/Ariella/Ariel:
H = lioness of God

Ashaki : (ah-SHAH-kee)
F- W. African= beautiful

Ashia: (ash-EE-uh)
F- Somali=Mohammed's favorite wife

Ashira:
H = wealthy

Asma:
M = beautiful

Atira/Aatira : (ah-teer-ah)
M = of good fragrance; connoisseur of fragrances

Atiya:
M = gift, present

Aviva:
H = spring

Avivit:
H = lilac

Ayana: (ah-HAYN-ah)
F-Ethiopian= beautiful flower

Aymelek: (aay-meh-lek)
T= moon angel

Ayperi: (aay-peh-ree)
T= moon fairy

Aysel:
T = moonlike

Azah:
H = strong, bright

Azima/Azeemah : (uh-Zee-mah)
M = great, dignified

Aziza/Azeezah : (ah-ZEE-zuh)
A, F-Kiswahili= precious, Somali=gorgeous, H= strong M = dear, respected, esteemed; precous, rare, powerful

Azhar: (ahz-hahr)
A=Flowers

B


Bahijah:
M = joyful, delightful, happy

Bahirah:
M = brilliant, splendid

Basheera:
M = good news

Basimah:
M = smiling one

Benazir: (bee-nah-zeer)
P= "the like of whom was never seen"

Bilquees:
M = Queen of Sheba (biblical)

Binnaz : (BEE-naz)
T= "a thousand blandishments", i.e. charming

C


Caasi:
H = Jewish variant of Catherine or Cassandra

Callista/Kallista:
G = most beautiful

Candace/Candide:
G = white-hot fire, incandescent

Carissa/Karissa:
G = beloved

Celina/Celeste:
Jewish = from the latin "Heavenly"

Charis: (char-is)
G = grace, kindess

Charo:
H = form of Caroline

Civia/Tzevi:
H = a deer

Coral:
G = the precious stone coral

Crystal/Chrystal:
G = clear, brilliant gleam

D


Daima:
T = always

Dalia:
H = 1)a branch, 2) to draw water

Dana:
Latin = bright as day, H = to judge

Daphne:
G = laurel or bay tree

Dara/Dahra:
H = compassionate

Daria:
G = feminine form of Dairus (G = wealthy)

Daya/Dayeah:
H = a bird

Defne:
T = laurel

Deka: (DEH-ka)
F-Somali= one who pleases

Delia:
Latin = an inhabitant of Delow, birthplace of Artemis & Apollo

Delila/Delilah:
H = 1) poor, 2) hair

Dena/Dinah:
H = judgement

Deniz:
T = sea

Devra:
H = var. Form of Deborah , 2) a bee

Dilber:
T = beautiful, attractive

Dilek:
T = wish, desire

Dilshad : (deel-shad)
P= "of happy heart"

Dincer:
T = lively, brisk

Dione/Dionne:
G = form of latin name "Diana"

Ditza/Ditzah:
H = joy

Dolunay:
T = full moon

Duha:
M = forenoon

Dunya: (duhn-yah)
M= world; T (Dnya)

Durrdana: (door-DAH-nah)
P= pearl or Durrah M = pearl

Durrishahwar:
M = royal pearl

Durriyyah:
M = brilliant, glittering

E


Ebediyet:
T = eternity

Ebru:
T = marbling (as on paper decoration)

Edibe:
T = writer

Electra:
G = the shining one

Elmas:
T = diamond

Emel:
T = ambition

Emine:
T = confident

Eris:
T (no special meaning)

Esma/Esmer:
T = brunette

Eshe: (AY-shay)
F-Swahili = life

Etana:
H = strong

Eve : also
Ive: (EEV-ah)
F-Kiswahili= to ripen, also
Chava: (hah-vah) H=life

Evona:
H = var. Form of Yvonne or Evonne

F


Faaria:
M = tall, pretty

Faghira:
M = Jamine flower
Farhannah (fahr-HAH-nah)
M = glad, joyful

Fahima:
M =intelligent, disarming

Farah:
M =joy, cheerful

Farida/Fareeda: (fah-ree-dah)
P= incomparable beauty, M= unique, singular, precous

Fatima/Faatimah: (FAH-tee-mah)
M = "baby girl who is weaned", wife of Ali

Fatin:
M = fascinating, charming

Fikriyyah:
M = meditative

Filiz:
T = bud, sprout

Firuze:
T = turquoise

G


Gabi:
H = pet form of Gabriela, "God is my strength", name of an angel

Galiah:
H = wave

Geela: (gee-lah)
H = joyful (fem. form of Gil)

Ghazala/Ghazaalah: (ghah-zah-lah)
P= gazelle, i.e. graceful; the sun

Gia:
Jewish = pet form of Regina, "queen"

Gulbadan : (GOOL-bah-dan)
P= rose-body

Gulbahar: (GOOL-ba-haar)
T= rose spring

Gulbarg: (GOOL-bargh)
P= rose-petal

Guldali: (GOOL-dah-lee)
T= rose twig

Gulfiliz: (GOOL-feh-leez)
T= rose sprout

Gulgzel:
T = Rose-beauty

Gul-i rana: (GOOL-ee-rahna)
P= lovely rose

Gulnar:
M = Pomegranate flower

Gulperi: (GOOL-peh-ree)
T= rose fairy

Gulrang: (GOOL-rahng)
P= rose-coloured

Gulrukh : (GOOL-rookh), also Gulru, Gul'adhar
P= rose face

Guls/Gls:
T = laugh

Gulseren: (GOOL-seh-ren)
T= spreading roses

Gulshan: (GOOL-shan),
Gulistan: (GOOL-ees-tan)
P= rose garden

H


Habibah:
M = darling, beloved

Hadara/Hadarah: (hah-dah-rah)
H = adorned with beauty, splendid

Hadassah: (hah-das-sah)
H = myrtle tree, symbol of victory

Hadiyah:
M = gift, valuable person

Hafiza:
T = memory

Hafsa:
M = cub, young lioness

Halima/Haleemah: (hah-LEE-mah)
M = lady of patience and perserverance

Hana:
M = happiness, peace of mind

Hanifah:
M = true, upright

Hanife:
T = lady

Huraiva:
M = kitten

Harika:
T = marvelous, wonderful

Huriye:
P = "like a Houri", i.e. maiden of paradise

Hasina/Hasseenah: (hah-SEE-nah)
F-Swahili= good, M = beautiful lady w/attractive face

Hayal:
T = dream

Hazine:
T = treasure

Hilal:
T = crescent

Hulya/Hlya:
T = daydream

I


Ilanah:
H = tree

Ihsan:
M = charity

Inas:
M = well-mannered

Inci:
T = pearl

Iona:
G = purple colored jewel

Ipek:
T = silk

Iris:
T = iris flower

J


Jael:
H =1) mountain goat, 2) to descend

Jahan : (jah-HAN)
P= world, Jahanara P= world adorning

Jale: (jah-leh)
P= dew-drop

Jalilah:
M = great, exalted

Jamila/Jameelah: (jah-MEE-lah)
M= beautiful, elegant

Jannah/Jannat:
M = heaven, garden

Jemina : (jeh-meen-ah)
H = dove. Also Jonina, Jonita.

Jessenia:
A = flower

Jini: (JEE-nee)
F=Kiswahili= a genie

Johari : (joh-HAHR-ee)
F=Kiswahili= jewel

Jumanah:
M = pearl

Jwahir : (jeh-WAH-hair)
F-Somali= golden woman

Jawahir : (jah-WAH-hair)/
Jawharrah: , also Jauhar/Gauhar
M= jewels

K


Kadife:
T = velvet

Kadri/Kadriya:
T = Kader/destiny

Kanwal:
M = water lily

Kaela: (kay-ehl-lah)
A, H short form of Kalila, Kelila

Kahina: (kah-HEE-nah)
F-Berber leader, prophetess and warrior princess. Died in Tunisia AD.703

Kahire : (kah-heer-eh)
T = city of Cairo

Kala/Cala:
A = fortress, castle, also listed as a Buddhist saint's name (if pronounced cha-lah)

Kardelen:
T = snowdrop (flower)

Kartane:
T = snowflake

Kasia/Kassia:
Jewish/Polish = form of Catherine

Kayra:
T (no special meaning)

Kelia/Kayla:
H = crown, laurel

Khalida:
M = immortal; surviving/alive

Khawala:
M = servant, dancer

Kamila/Kaamilah : (kah-MEE-lah)
M = complete, perfect

Kamaria : (kah-mah-REE-ah)
F-Swahili, Somali= like the moon

Kamra: (kam-rah)
M=Moon

Karima/Kareemah : (kah-ree-mah)
M = generous lady, bountiful; something invaluable

Khadija: or
Kadija: (kah-dee-YAH)
M= Mohammed's first wife, means "born prematurely"

Kirvi: (keer-VEE)
R-Am Gypsy = godmother

Kralice:
T = queen

L


Lale:
T = tulip

Larisa/Larissa:
Latin = cheerful

Lateefah/Latifa : (lah-TEE-fah)
F-N. Africa= pleasant, gentle, good humor

Layla / Leyli:
F=Swahili (ligh-LAH) A/P = (Leh-lah) Famous beauty in Leyla & Majnun, 2) night. Also
Leilah: (leh-lah)
P= having dark hair

Leda:
G = mythology, a spartan queen, mother of Helen of Troy

Leorah:
H = light to me

Levana: (leh-vahn-ah)
H = moon

Levona:
H = spice, incense, usually white in color

Leylak:
T = lilac

Lina/Liynaa:
M = tender

Lubina:
M = flexible

LuuLuu:
M = Jewel-like, pearl

M


Mahaila:
Indian 1) var form of Arabic "Mahala", i.e. "Fat, bone or marrow", 2) also var. Form of
Mahola:

H =dance

Mahasin:
M = "how beautiful"

Mahin: (mah-HEEN)
P= related to the moon

Mahirimah: (mah-heer-eh-mah)
P= Sun-Moon, i.e. very beautiful

Mahliqa: (mah-lee-kah)
P, Mehlika (meh-lee-kah) T, = moonlike

Mahsati: (mah-SAH-tee)
P= moon lady

Mahasti: (mah-HAS-tee)
P= "You are a moon"

Mahira : (mah-heer-ah)
H = energetic

Mahtab: (mah-taab)
P= moonlight

Maia:
G = mythology: daughter of Atlas, Mother of Hermes

Majidah:
M = powerful, noble

Manolya:
T = magnolia

Malha:
H = queen

Marika:
Jewish = Slavic form of Mary

Marilla:
H = form of "Mary"

Marinna/Marina/Rina/Marna/Marisa:
Jewish = from the Latin "marius" the sea

Marjanna:
P = coral

Marjani: (mahr-JAH-nee)
F-Swahili= coral, Kiswahili=red coral

Maisha: (mah-EE-shah)
F-Kiswahili= life

Malaika : (mah-LAH-EE-kah)
F-Kiswahili= Angel

Malkia: (MAHL-kee-yah)
F-Kiswahili= Queen, also H- Malka (mal-kah), M-Malika

Manishie:
R-Scot/Eng Gypsy = woman, wife

Manzuma:
E = poem or song

Mariyah : (maar-ee-YAH)
M = lady with fair complexion

Maryam : (maar-ee-yam)/Maryum
M = famous lady- mother of Sayyidona Esaa

Mavis:
T = blonde

Mazana:
H = an invented name from the Hebrew word for amazing

Mehira:
H = from "mahir", speedy or energetic

Mehtap:
T = moonlight

Melanie:
G = "from "Melas", i.e. black

Melani:
T (no special meaning)

Melek/Melik:
T = angel (see also Malika)

Melina:
G = "melos" a song

Melissa:
G = a bee, from "meli" honey

Meltem:
T = breeze

Menekse:
T = violet (flower)

Mercan:
T = coral

Merhamet:
T = mercy

Merla/Merle:
From Latin/French = a bird

Mersin:
T = myrtle

Meryem:
T = form of Maryam/Miriam

Mia/Michaela:
H = "who is like God?"

Milena:
from old High German/Jewish = "milo" mild, peaceful

Mine: (mee-neh)
T = enamel

Minnetar:
T = grateful

Minnet:
T = gratitude

Mirit:
H = sweet wine

Meira : (meh-eh-rah)
H = light, connotation of sharing one's light with others

Melantha:
G = dark flower

Melita:
G = honey bee (form of "Melissa)

Meral: (meh-rahl)
T= gazelle

Mira/Mirra:
= short form of Miriam/Miranda, Latin = "strong, wonderful"

Mirella/Mirabella:
Latin = of great geauty

Miriam : (MAR-ee-um)
M, F-Ethiopian= the biblical "Mary"

Moira/Moriae:
G = mythology "goddess of destiny/fate"

Molara:
- Basque, form of "Mary"

Morgan:
Welsh = sea dweller

Moyna:
Celtic = gentle, soft

Muneerah: (moo-neer-ah)
M = brilliant, shining, something that reflects light

Musherrah:
M = counselor

Mushtaree:
M = Jupiter, planet

N


Naadirah/Nadira: (nah-DEER-ah)
M = rare, choice, precious, fem. Of "nadir", lowest point in English

Naia/Naiad:
G = to flow/i.e. water

Nalani:
Hawaiian = calmness of the heavens

Nawaar:
M = blossom, flower

Nabila/Nabeelah : (nah-BEE-lah)
M-Egyptian= Noble

Nadhirrah : (nahd-heer-ah)
M = bright face with lustre & noor; healthy & happy

Nadima: (nah-DEE-mah)
M = companion, friend

Nadhiyah:
M = lively, pretty

Nafeesah: (nah-fee-sah)
M = refined, pure, exquisite

Nageena:
M = gem, pearl

Nahid:
P = name for Venus, goddess of love in mythology

Na'ilah:
M = one who obtains favor

Nagmah: (nag-mah)
M = melody, song

Na'imah:
M = blessing, happiness

Najah:
M = safe, rescued, delivered

Najibah:
M = high-born, excellent

Najida/Naajidah: (nah-jee-dah)
M = courageous; one who accomp. difficult tasks

Najiyyah:
M = friendly, affectionate

Najla:
M = "has beautiful, wide eyes"

Naranj : (nah-ranj)
P= orange/citrus fruit

Naja : (HAH-jah)
M, F-Somalia= success

Najma/Najmah : (NAJ-mah)
A= Star

Nane: (nah-neh)
T = mint

Nara:
Celtic = happy

Nargis:
M = Narcissis Flower

Narin:
T = delicate

Naseelah : (nah-SEE-lah)
M = zephry; fragrant or cool breeze

Nasirah: (nah-seer-ah?)
M = helper; aide, assistant

Nasreen: (nahs-REEN)
M = white rose, jerico rose; joniquil

Nasya:
H = miracle

Nava/Navit:
H = beautiful

Nayer:
P/Jewish = sunshine

Nazima:
M = poetess, matron

Nazirah:
M = leader, vanguard

Nazmiye:
T = poem (nazim)

Navah:
H = beautiful

Nayyirah:
M = luminous, shining, brilliant

Nawal: (nah-WAHL)
M, F-N. Africa= gift, attainment

Najlah:
M = delicate feminine

Nazli: (nahz-lee) or Nazi (nah-zee)
P= coquettish

Neelam:
M = blue gem, precious stone

Nefes:
T = breath

Nefsi/Nefis:
T = wonderful

Nehan/Neslihan:
T = happy lady

Nehayat:
T = end, final

Neimah:
H = pleasant

Nelofar:
M = lotus, water lily

Nena:
M = motherly

Nergis:
T = daffodil

Nerita:
G = sea snail

Nese:
T = joy

Nila/Nyla:
Egyptian = An ancient Egyptian princess/ the river Nile/Egyptian

Nilfer:
T = water lilly/lotus

Nissa/Nyssa: (NEE-sah)
H = sign, emblem G = beginning

Nisaa: (nee-SAH)
M = women; "she that makes men forget"

Nitzah/Nizah:
H = flower bud

Noelani:
Hawaiian = a princess, means "beautiful one from heaven"

Nuha:
M = wisdom, prudence

Nura:
M = flower, blossom

Nuray:
T = moonlight

Nureen:
A/Jewish = light

Nurhan:
T = bright lady

Nysa/Nyssa:
G = the goal

O


Odella/Odele:
G = melody/song

Ofra: (OH-frah)
F-Mandinka= moon, H = kid or young goat

Ohelah:
H = tent

Orah/Ora:
H = light

Oralee:
H = my light

Oriana/Oria:
Jewish/ Latin = "oriens" meaning orient or the East

Orial:
Old French/Latin = gold

Orli:
H = "light is mine"

Ornah:
H = pine

P


Parijan: (par-ee-jahn)
P= fair soul

Parikhan: (par-ee-khan)
P= fairy queen

Parvaneh/Parvane : (pahr-van-EH)/Parvana
P = butterfly, T = night moth (regular butterfly is Kelebek)

Parvin : (par-veen)
P= cluster of stars, Pleiades

Pazia/Paz:
H = golden

Penda : (PEHN-dah)
F-Swahili= beloved, Kiswahili= "to love"

Peninah:
H = Pearl or coral

Perizad : (per-ee-ZAHD) also Perizada,
P=born of the fairies

Phedre:
G = "the shining one"

Phemia:
G = voice, speech

Phila:
G = love

Philana:
G = lover of mankind

Pinar:
T = fountain, spring

Pisliskurja:
R-Bosnian gypsy = "darling"

Q


Qamar : (kah-mahr)/Qamarah
M = the moon

R


Rabie:
T = goddess

Rabiyah:
M = garden, spring

Rafiqa:
M = sweetheart, companion

Rafiyyah:
M = high, lifting up

Rahibe:
T = nun

Rajaa:
M = hope

Rakhshanda:
M = shining, brilliant

Ranaa:
M = to look

Ra'naa: (RAH-uh-nah?)
M = lovely, beautiful, graceful, delicate

Radhiya: (rahd-HEE-yah)
M F-Swahili= agreeable, contented

Radhiyyah : (rahd-hee-YAH)
M = pleased, contented, delighted

Ra'eesah: (rah-EE-sah)
M = leader, princess, noble, a wealthy lady

Rafiqa:
M = sweetheart, companion

Raheemah: (rahd-HEE-mah)
M = kind, affectionate

Raihaanah : (ra-ee-HAH-nah)
M = bouquet of flowers, sweet-smelling flower

Raisa/Raissa/Raizel/Rayzel/Razil:
Jewish-Yiddish = rose

Rajeeyah:
M = hoping, full of hope

Rakhshanda:
M = shining, brilliant

Ramah:
H = high

Ramla: (rahm-lah)
F-Swahili= fortuneteller or prophet

Rana: (rah-nah)
F-Kiswahili= happiness, rest

Rananah:
H = fresh

Rani/Rane:
H = my joy

Rashida:
M = intelligent

Rashieka/Rashiqa : (ruh-SHIH-kah)
A = descended from Royalty

Raushanah/Roshannah:
M = skylight, bright

Rawnie:
R-Gypsy = fine lady, i.e. non-gypsy

Rawiyah:
M = narrator, storyteller

Rayah/Raya:
H = friend

Rayyah:
M = aroma, fragrance

Razi:
A = my secret

Raziya : (rah-ZEE-yah)
F-Swahili= sweet, agreeable

Rehena: (reh-HAY-nah)
F-Swahili= compassion, Kiswahili= mercy

Renana:
H = joy, song

Reshmaan:
M = silky, of silk

Riesa:
H = form of Thesesa

Rimona/ Rominah:
H = pomegranate

Rina/Reena/Rinnah/Roni/ronit:
H = song, joy

Rishona:
H = first

Roni:
H = my joy

Rukshana : (Rook-SHAH-nah)
Russian variation of Roxanne, Sulieman's wife.

Rya:
T = dream

S


Saahirah/Sahira: (sah-HEER-ah)
M = earth, moon, spring which flows constantly

Saar-rah: (sahr-RAH ) not "sarah"
M = lady who charming manner brings joy

Saba: (SAH-bah)
F-Kiswahili= the # 7, pron . (sah-BAH) M=morning

Sabba:
M = eastern wind, zephr

Sabbirah:
M = patient, enduring

Sabeehah : (sah-BEE-hah)
M = beautiful, handsome; lady w/fair complexion

Sabina/Savine/Savina:
Latin "of the Sabines", an ancient tribe

Sabra:
H = thorny cactus, 2) those born in modern Israel

Sabreen:
M = patient

Sadiqah:
M = truthful, sincere

Sadira:
P = lotus tree

Sadiya/Sadya/Sa'diyya:
A = lucky, good fortune

Sagheerah : (sag-HEER-ah)
M = small, slender; tender

Sa'diyah: (SAH-dee-yah?)
M = good fortune, happiness, blessed

Safi: (sah-fee)
/Safaa/Saffiyah:
M, F-Kiswahili= clean, pure

Safira/Saphira/Sephira:
H = form of sapphire

Sakinah:
M = tranquility, calmness

Salihah:
M = virtuous, upright

Salima/Saleemah: (sah-LEE-mah)
M= safe from harm; mild, healthy, without defect

Salena/Salina:
Latin = soft

Samaah:
M = generousity

Samara:
Latin = seed of the elm

Samia : (sah-MEE-ah)
M= noble, lofty

Samina : (sah-MEEN-ah)
M = healthy girl; fertile land without rock and stone; also fatty, or plump

Samira/Sameerah: (sah-MEER-ah)
M = one who narrates stories in the night/ story teller/entertainer

Samiyah:
M = elevated, lofty

Sanobar:
M = pine tree

Sara:
T = epilepsy; H = (Sarai/Sarah/Saretta/Sarina) = princess, noble

Sarafina: (sehr-uh-FEE-nah)
H= ardent, like the angel who protects god's throne

Saree/Sarita:
H = form of Sarah

Sauda:
M = "black"

Sefa:
T = pleasure

Segulah:
H = treasure

Seher:
T = dawn

Selma:
T (no special meaning)

Selvi:
T = cypress

Serap:
T = mirage

Sevda:
T = love, passion

Sevgi:
T = love

Sevgili:
T = darling

Sevinc:
T = joy, delight

Seyyal:
T = traveller

Sezen:
T = feeling, suspicion

Shabanna:
M = belonging to night, 2) young lady

Shabibah:
M = youthful

Shabnam:
M = dew

Shadiyah:
M = singer

Shaheena:
M = falconess

Shana/Shaina : (SHAY-nah)
Yiddish = beautiful

Sheena:
= Gaelic form of Jane

Shariykah:
M = companion, partner

Selena/Celena:
G = moon, like Selene the moon gooddess

Selima : (seh-LEE-mah)
M, H= Peace

Shaia:
R-Basque Gypsy = sister, also "tchaia"= young girl

Shaina/Shayna:
H-Yiddish = beautiful

Shakarnaz : (shah-kar-nahz)
P= sugar

Shakeelah: (shah-KEE-lah)
M = comely, beautiful, well-formed, well-shaped

Shakira/Shaakirah: (shah-KEER-ah)
M = grateful, contented

Shakufa: (shah-KOO-fah)
P=opening bud

Shala/shahlaa: (shah-LAH)
M = having grey eyes w/shade of red; species of Nacissis flower; also Shahla - Afghani = beautiful eyes

Shamaamah : (shah-mah-mah)
M = fragrance of sent of itr (perfume)

Shameela/Shameelah:
M = quality, character; young shoot, a bud

Shameena/Shamina : (shah-MEE-nah)
M = fragrant, sweet-smelling scent; sweet breeze

Shamoodah: (sha-moo-dah)
M = diamond, i.e. brillance, lustre

Shamsa: (SHAM-sah)
P= Sun, feminine ending. Shamsha I= Sun

Shani : (SHAH-nee)
F-Swahili= marvelous, Kiswahili = unusual thing/adventure

Shara/Sharna/Sharonda/Sharrona:
H = form of Sharon

Sharifa/Shareefah: (shah-REE-fah)
M= noble, gentle, urbane

Shazadi : (shah-ZAH-dee)
P= princess

Shey:
R-Am Gypsy = pre-puberty gypsy girl

Shebari:
R-Am Gypsy = gypsy girl of marriageable age; bride

Shiri/Shirilee : (sheer-ee-lee)
H = my song

Shirin: (sheer-IN)
P=sweet, a legendary beauty

Shula/Shu'la:
A = flaming, bright

Siddiqah:
M = "one who keeps her word"

Sidona:
H = enticing

Sidra:
M = religious "lote-tree at the fartherest border of paradise"

Sigliah:
H = violet

Sivia/Sivya:
H = a deer

Songl:
T = last rose

Soraya, Suraya: (Soh-rai-yah)
P= Star, Pleiades constellation; Princess

Surayyah:
M = free of worry; happy

Souzan:
P = burning, fire

Suad:
M = good fortune

Suhailah: (soo-HAY-lah)
M = canopy, tent, marquee

Sura:
T (no special meaning)

T


Tabitha:
G/Aramic = roe, a gazelle

Tahmina: (tah-MEE-nah)
P=Rustam's wife in famous poem

Tahira/Tahirah: (tah-HEER-ah)
M = pure, chaste, pious, clean

Tahiyyah:
M = greeting, cheer

Tajah:
M = crown

Talia:
H = dew

Taliah:
H = lamkin

Talibah:
M = seeker of knowledge

Talor/Talora:
H = dew of the morning

Talya:
T (no special meaning)

Tamar/Tamara/Tamarah: ( H) Tamra (tam-rah)
P= date (fruit) yeilding palm tree

Tania:
Russian = the fairy queen

Taslimah:
M = salutation, peace

Tavi/Tavita:
H = fem. form of David, i.e. "Beloved"

Temirah:
H = tall, erect, "like a palm"

Tayyibah: (tah-YEE-bah)
M = good, sweet, agreeable, pure, chaste; "halaal"

Tarana:
(tuh-rah-nuh) P= melody

Thalia:
G = to flourish, to bloom

Thurrayya:
M = star; the Pleiades

Timora:
H = tall (as the palm tree)

Tikvah:
H = hope

Tira:
H = encampment/enclosure

Tirza/Tirzha/Tirsa:
H = pleasant

Tomris:
T (no special meaning)

Tova/Tovah:
H = good

Tuhfah:
M = present, gift

Tzafrirah: (zah-freer-ah)
H = morning zephr

U


Uhuru: (oo-HOO-ru)
F-Kiswahili= freedom

V


ve'ra: (ve-Rah)
R-Gypsy=truthful
 
 

W

X


Xenia/Ximena:
= from the Greek "Xenia", hospitality to a stranger

 

 

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