Posts tagged Cassiopeia

Undiscovered gems- the outliers outside the USA top 1000

Given to five children in the whole of America are the following.

Anthea: Greek meaning flower, blossom

Bette: English, a dim of Elizabeth

Cassiopeia: name of a Greek woman who became a constellation

Celie: French variation of Cecelia

Elke: Frisian dim of  Adelheid

Florentina: Feminine form of Florentinus

Hetty: British form of Henriette

Katrin: German, Swedish and Estonian short form of Katherine

Lallie: Dim of Lalage

Nera: Hebrew meaning candle light

Novia: Latin a newcomer and a Spanish sweetheart

Pascale: French form of Pascal

Season: Latin meaning time of sowing

***********

Meanings from

nameberry.com

behindthename.com

http://www.babynamewizard.com

 

Advertisements

Comments (4) »

Wren, Scout, Lux & Hero

The more unusual choices outside the USA top 1000 GIRLS.

***************

Mythological/Nature Inspired

Wren (184)

Scout (148)

Persephone (110)

Ariadne (96)

Calliope (86)

Lux (84)

Pandora (52)

Gaia (42)

Saffron (25)

Amarylis (24)

Delphine (24)

Artemis (21)

Andromeda (20)

Hera (19)

Clio (18)

Aster (16)

Atlantis (15)

Snow (15)

Isolde (14)

Apollonia (12)

Rainbow & Spring (11)

Cosima (10)

Odyssey (10)

Teal (10)

Thora (10)

Amadea (9)

Bellatrix (9)

Rue (9)

Cassiopeia (8)

Starling (8)

Petal (7)

Sunset (7)

Aphrodite (6)

Aquarius (6)

Harvest (6)

Hero (6)

Season & Solstice (6)

Astraea (5)

Nature (5)

******************

*****

Virtue Names/Characteristics

True (29)

Truly & Unity (16)

Loyalty (15)

Rogue (14)

Treazure (14)

Girl (13)

Goddess (13)

Baby (12)

Purity (12)

Beauty (11)

Mystery (11)

Gorgeous (10)

Poet (10)

Providence (10)

Blessings (9)

Golden (9)

Comfort (8)

Corinthia (8)

Gracious (8)

Innocence (8)

Prairie (8)

Sonnet (8)

Success & Trust (8)

Bless (7)

Chapel (7)

Gift & Glorious (7)

Imagine (7)

Poetry (7)

Admire & Amazing (6)

Fancy (6)

Fate (6)

Honest (6)

Majestic & Marvelous (6)

Persis (6)

Prosperity & Reality (6)

Sparkle (6)

Victorious (6)

*************

****

Geographical influence

Island (15)

Alabama (12)

Germany (12)

Nigeria (11)

Jerusalem (10)

Tennesse (10)

Africa (9)

Rome (9)

Vegas (9)

California (8)

Dublin (8)

England (7)

Manhattan (7)

Oasis (7)

Portland (7)

Scotland (7)

Texas (6)

Cairo (5)

Canada (5)

Houston (5)

Missouri (5)

Thailand (5)

Zealand (5)

*************

***

Miscellaneous

Legend (15)

Paw & Cashmere (14)

Cannon & Holiday (10)

Rebel & Rhythm (10)

Sable (10)

Disney (9)

Fable (9)

Sway (9)

Fortune (8)

Cricket (8)

Fawn (8)

Harbor (8)

Cinderella (7)

Shadow (7)

Easter (6)

Feather (6)

Ferrari (6)

Galaxy (6)

Horizon (6)

Song (6)

Butterfly (6)

Day, Dreamer & Duchess (5)

Lolly (5)

Comments (6) »

Harry Potter names- Nameberry

Gosh I didn’t know there was so mnay gorgeous ones!! go J.K Rowling.

Andromeda, Bellatrix, Cassiopeia, Luna, Apolline,

Araminta, Aurora, Beatrix, Emmeline, Ginevra,

Hermione, Isla, Lavnder,Lucretia, Millicent,

Orla, Penelope, Ursula.

Sirius, Bartemius, Dexter, Gideon, Gulliver,

Humphrey, Ignatius, Ivor, Lorcan, Octavius,

Otto.

Leave a comment »

Girls ending in ia.

Amelia,Antonia,Aurelia,Achaia,

Alexia, Alia, Alexandria,Cornelia,Cassia,

Cassiopeia,Catia,Celestia,Claudia, Clelia,

Cloelia,Calithyia,Caelia,Cacalia,Caesaria,Celia,

Cordelia,Castalia,Cecelia,Dahlia,Dulcia,Elysia,

Eulalia,Eucryphia,Fabia,Floria,Fidelia,Fernilia,

Gaia, Grazia, GraciliaHestia,Harmonia,Hersilia,Ismilia,

Ignatica, Italia,Imperia,Izelia,Jahlia,Keelia, Karmia,Kilia,

Kaylia,Kezia,,Lampetia,Livia,Lycia,Lucia,Laelia,

Lucelia,Lila,Lucretia,Lakia, Lydia, Lexia,Mia,

Mercia,Mahalia, Makania, Melia,Nicia,Nakeia,

Natalia,Noellia,Naia,Nahia, Nicosia,Ophelia,

Olympia,Olyvia,Octavia,Ottilia,Orla,Oralia,Orthia,

Pia,Phelia,Philominia,Persia,Pascasia,Plumenia,Phylicia,

Pellonia,Peolpia,Ria, Rakaia, Samaia,Seraphia,

Saskia,Samaria,Sophronia, Sophia,Takia,Tilia,

Tahlia, Tovia,Tullia,Thoia,Vivia,Virginina,

Wisteria,Xylia,Xanthia,Yulia,Zahlia,

Zia,Zakia,Zavia,Zinovia,Zelphia,

Leave a comment »

Space related names (Girls)

Luna, Mahina, Cosima, Ciel, Cassiopeia,

Andromeda, Venus, Capella, Cordelia,

Ophelia, Rosalind, Bellatrix, Celeste,

Io, Nova, Soleil, Vega, Astrid, Stella,

Lyra, Electra, Leda, Nyx, Galatea,

Anahita, Lucina, Otthild, Orla, Zora,

Belinda, Calypso, Ceres, Elara, Juliet,

Pallas, Pandora, Persepone, Rhea,

Thebe, Titania, Vesta.

Comments (7) »

Constellation inspiration

The book of constellations by Robin Kerrod –

andromeda

Andromeda

Her name is the Latinized form of the Greek Ανδρομέδη (Andromédē). The etymology of the name is “to think of a man,” from ανδρός (andros) “man” combined with μήδομαι (mēdomai) “to think, to be mindful of.

Andromeda– (the chained lady, located between Perseus & Cassiopeia)

Daughter of King Cepheus & Queen Cassiopeia. (  of the Phoenician kingdom Ethiopia)

Her mother Cassiopeia bragged that she was more beautiful than the Nereids, the nymph-daughters of the sea god Nereus and often seen accompanying Poseidon. To punish the Queen for her arrogance, Poseidon, brother to Zeus and God of the Sea, sent the sea monster Cetus to ravage the coast of Ethiopia including the kingdom of the vain Queen. The desperate King consulted the Oracle of Zeus, who announced that no respite would be found until the king sacrificed his virgin daughter Andromeda to the monster. She was chained naked to a rock on the coast of Jaffa.

Andromeda exposed to the sea-monster (1869) Paul Gustave Doré.

Perseus, returning from having slain the Gorgon Medusa, found Andromeda and slew Cetus. He set her free, and married her in spite of Andromeda having been previously promised to her uncle Phineus. At the wedding a quarrel took place between the rivals, and Phineus was turned to stone by the sight of the Gorgon’s head (Ovid, Metamorphoses v. 1).

Married Perseus,had eight children

Perseides, Perses, Alcaeus, Heleus, Mestor, Sthenelus, and Electryon, and one daughter, Gorgophone.

Main character in- My sisters keeper, Jodi Picoult

(http://www.answers.com/topic/andromeda-mythology)

Leave a comment »