Araxie


Gender: Feminine

Origin: Armenian

Meaning: “River that inspires poetic talent.”

Pronunciation: (ah-RAHK-see); (AH-rah-zee)

Nicknames: Raxi, Ara, Ari

Detail: Feminine form of the male Arax, from the name of a river (also called the Aras) which flows through Armenia, said to inspire poetic expression.

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Fyvie


Gender: Feminine

Origin: Gaelic

Meaning: “From the wilderness by the river.”

Pronunciation: (FI-vee)

Nicknames: Fy, Fee

Detail: The name of Fyvie itself has changed since earliest days when it was known as Fywin.

According to one source, the name is derived from the Gaelic flodh abhuinn meaning “wilderness by the river”.

Name of a haunted Scottish castle in whose history goes back to the year 1211.

Lark


Gender: Feminine 

Origin: English

Meaning: “Bird.”

Pronunciation: (lark)

Nicknames: Lar, Larky

Detail: Lark is a type of lighthearted, playful songbird.

The River Lark is a river in England, which crosses the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

Lark means “Cloud” in Australian Aboriginal

Sinope


Gender: Feminine

Origin: Greek

Meaning: “Daughter of Ares.”

Pronunciation: (sih-NOH-pee)

Nicknames: Sini, Sope, Pepper, Poppy

Detail: A natural satellite of the planet Jupiter.

Sinope is the name of five different rivers in Greece and Turkey and in Greek mythology the goddess of those rivers.