"Thinks like a man/warrior." Constellation name, and Greek myth name
of the daughter of Cassiopeia
to be sacrificed to the sea monster Medusa
but was rescued by
was said to be an Ethiopian princess. Ancient Ethiopians
the progenitors of the black race.
Derives from Greek andros "man/warrior" and medomai
French form of Portuguese/Spanish Hermenegildo
meaning immense tribute
Variant of Portuguese/Spanish
meaning "immense tribute."
Italian name derived from the Germanic element gild, meaning
Portuguese and Spanish name of Visigothic origin, composed of the Germanic
"entire, whole" and gild "sacrifice, tribute,"
which has been rendered as "immense tribute."
Biblical name of the mountain where Abraham
prepared to sacrifice Isaac
Hebrew name meaning sacrifice
Hebrew name meaning sacrifice of the Lord