Rodion


Gender: Masculine

Origin: Russian

Meaning: “Song of the hero.”

Pronunciation: (RAH-dee-on)

Nicknames: Rod, Rodo

Detail: Rodion comes from the Greek name Heroides meaning “song of the hero” from heros “hero, warrior” and oides “song, ode”.

Rodion is the central character of Crime and Punishment by Feodor Dostoevsky.

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Rorimac


Gender: Masculine

Origin: Literay – Tolkien

Meaning: “Son of red king.”

Pronunciation: (ROR-ih-mak)

Nicknames: Rory, Mac

Detail: Possibly derived from the Gaelic rori meaning “red king” and mac “son of”

Rorimac is grandfather of Meriadoc “Merry” Brandybuck. He was present at Bilbo’s famous Birthday Party, and was noted as being the first to suspect that Bilbo’s disappearance at that party meant that “Mad Baggins” had gone off on another adventure. He was nearly a hundred years old at that time, and commonly known as “Old Rory”.

Rabastan


Gender: Masculine

Origin: Arabic

Meaning: “Serpent’s head.”

Pronunciation: (ra-BAS-tan)

Detail:  In world of the Harry Potter he is a Death Eater

Rabastan is related to Rastaban, an Arabic phrase meaning “the serpent’s head”— a name of Beta Draconis, one of the stars in the constellation Draco.