Wild Names

Abooksigun

ABOOKSIGUN: Native American Algonquin name meaning wildcat

Abungu

ABUNGU: African Luo name meaning of the forest

Agrafena

Russian form of Latin Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Agripena

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Agripin

Russian masculine form of Latin Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Agripina

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Agrippa

Latin biblical name of the Herod Agrippa of the New Testament who ordered the execution of the apostle James, and the imprisonment of Peter. The name is used as a feminine name in Russia, it is therefore a unisex name, meaning "wild horse."

Agrippina

Feminine form of Latin unisex Agrippa, meaning wild horse

Agrippine

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Arawn

Welsh myth name of the Lord of Annwn (un-world; under-world), possibly meaning unrestrained wildness

Arundhati

Unrestrained Hindi myth name of a goddess of the night, the sky, and the stars. She was the wife of the sage Vasishtha, and is identified with the morning star.

Aucaman

Native American Mapuche name meaning wild condor

Bipin

Bengali form of Hindi Vipin, meaning forest

Blodeuedd

Original form of Welsh Blodeuwedd, name of a woman made from flowers, and lover of Goronwy in the Mabinogion. The name was derived from Proto-Celtic Blāto-weid-ā meaning flower-faced/wild feminine (spirit)

Blodeuwedd

Later variant of Welsh name Blodeuedd, meaning flower-faced/wild feminine (spirit)

Caprina

English name derived from the name of the Italian island of Capri. The Latin name for Capri is Capreæ, meaning goats However, the Greeks were the first to populate the island, therefore the name probably derived from Greek kapros, meaning wild boar

Chanda

Hindi myth name of the monster destroyed by Chamunda Devi, meaning bright or fierce

Deforest

Norman French surname transferred to English forename use, meaning from the forest

Deforrest

Variant of English Deforest, meaning from the forest

Enkidu

Sumerian myth name of the wild-man friend of Gilgamesh, possibly meaning creature of Enki

forest

Forrest

English surname of French origin, transferred to forename use, meaning lives in/by an enclosed wood

Garbhan

Little rough one Irish name composed of garbh rough and a diminutive suffix.

Garvan

English form of Irish Garbhan, meaning little rough one

Gero

African Luo name meaning fierceness; building

Grusha

Pet form of Russian Agrafena, meaning "wild horse."

Gunju

African Ganda name meaning wild cat

Halomtano

Chamoru name meaning jungle; forest

Jael

Biblical name of a Kenite woman who killed Sisera, a Canaanite general and enemy of the Israelites, meaning wild she-goat

Jaelle

Possibly a Romani variant of biblical Jael, the name of a Kenite woman who killed Sisera, a Canaanite general and enemy of the Israelites, meaning wild she-goat

Jahel

Variant of biblical Jael, meaning wild she-goat

Jayel

Variant of biblical Jael, meaning wild she-goat

Lorcan

Variant of Irish Lorccán, meaning little fierce one

Lorccan

Little fierce one Irish name composed of the Gaelic element lorcc fierce and a diminutive suffix.

Maha

Arabic name meaning wild cow

Makatza

Basque name meaning untamed; wild

Moriko (森子)

Japanese name meaning forest child

Nahele

Hawaiian name meaning forest

Ogrifina

Russian form of Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Ogrofena

Russian form of Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Ogrofenka

Nickname for Russian Ogrifina, meaning "wild horse."

Ogrufena

Russian form of Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Ogrufina

Russian form of Agrippina, meaning "wild horse."

Oihana

Basque name meaning forest

Panahasi

Egyptian name meaning the barbarian

Selvaggia

Italian name meaning "wild."

Silas

Biblical name of a companion of Saint Paul. The name is a nickname for Greek Silouanus, meaning from the forest

Silouanus

Greek form of Roman Silvanus, meaning "from the forest."

Silva

Nickname for Bulgarian Silviya, meaning from the forest

Silvana

Feminine form of Italian Silvano, meaning "from the forest."

Silvano

Italian form of Roman Silvanus, meaning "from the forest."

Silvanus

From the forest Roman myth name of a god of forests, derived from the Latin word silva, meaning forest, wood

Silvester

From the forest English name derived from Latin silva, meaning forest, wood

Silvestra

Feminine form of English Silvester, meaning from the forest

Silvestre

Spanish form of English Silvester, meaning "from the forest."

Silvestro

Italian form of English Silvester, meaning "from the forest."

Silvia

Feminine form of Roman Silvius, meaning from the forest

Silvija

Croatian form of Roman Silvia, meaning from the forest

Silvio

Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Silvius, meaning "from the forest."

Silviu

Romanian form of Roman Silvius, meaning "from the forest."

Silvius

From the forest Roman name derived from Latin silva, meaning forest, wood

Silviya

Bulgarian form of Roman Silvia, meaning from the forest

Sly

Pet form of English Silvester, meaning from the forest

Sverre

Norwegian form of Old Norse Sverrir, meaning "wild, restless."

Sverrir

Old Norse name, originally a byname for a wild, restless, person, derived from the term sverra, meaning to spin, swing, swirl

Sylvain

French form of Roman Silvanus, meaning from the forest

Sylvaine

Feminine form of French Sylvain, meaning from the forest

Sylvana

English form of Italian Silvana, meaning from the forest

Sylvester

Variant of English Silvester, meaning from the forest

Sylvestre

French form of English Sylvester, meaning from the forest

Sylvi

Finnish form of Roman Silvia, meaning from the forest

Sylvia

Variant of Roman Silvia, meaning from the forest

Sylviane

Variant of French Sylvaine, meaning from the forest

Sylvianne

Variant of French Sylviane, meaning from the forest

Sylvie

French form of Roman Silvia, meaning from the forest

Sylwester

Polish form of English Silvester, meaning "from the forest."

Sylwia

Polish form of Roman Silvia, meaning "from the forest."

Szilveszter

Hungarian form of English Silvester, meaning "from the forest."

Szilvia

Hungarian form of Roman Silvia, meaning "from the forest."

Terach

Biblical name of a descendant of Shem, meaning ibex, wild goat
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