Death/Dead Names


Variant of Hebrew Azriel, meaning help of God This is the name of the Angel of Death, who separates the soul from the body upon death.


Asphodel English name derived from the name of the flower, itself from Latin asphodelus, from Greek asphodelos. In Greek mythology, it is described as a pale yellow deathless kind of lily flower that overspreads the plains of Hades and is the favorite food of the dead.


Roman myth name of a goddess of corpses, funerals, and the dead. Her name was synonymous with the word death


Slavic myth name of a goddess of death and winter, meaning "death."


English nickname for both Morton settlement on the moor, and Mortimer dead sea


English surname transferred to forename use, itself from a Norman baronial name, meaning dead sea in Old French. Used as an English form of Irish/Gaelic Muiriartach mariner, seaman


Nickname for Greek Thanatos, meaning "death."


Greek myth name of a god of death, meaning "death."


starvation; in the Indian legends represented as a quasi demigod, whose howling and approach indicate death and destruction.


"Goddess of the dead." Scandinavian name, composed of the Old Norse elements valr "the dead" and dis "goddess."
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