R names

R ר र 

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RachelRaeRafaelaRamónRaphaelRaulRavenRebeccaReginaReidRen – RenanRenéRenéeReuelRichard

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Roanne – RobertRobynRodrigoRohitRominaRomoloRonaldRosalie – RoseRosemaryRoshandaRossRossellaRyanRylie



Roanne

  • From: French place name derived from Gaulish Rod-Onna
  • Meaning: Flowing water
  • Quenya: Celumië (celumë+[ië] = n. stream, flowing water+[feminine names suffix]

Celumië


Robert

  • From: Germanic name Hrodebert.
  • Meaning: Bright fame, derived from the Germanic elements hrod “fame” and beraht “bright”.
  • Quenya: Calialcaro (calima+alcar+[o] = bright+splendour, glory+[masculine names suffix])




Robyn

  • From: Feminine form of Robin which is a medieval diminutive of Robert.
  • Meaning: See Robert entry here
  • Quenya: Calialcië (calima+alcar+[ië] = bright+splendour, glory+[feminine names suffix])

Calialcië


Rodrigo

  • From: Spanish, Portuguese and Italian form of Roderick which comes from the Germanic elements hrod & ric.
  • Meaning: Hrod means “fame” and ric means “power”
  • Quenya: Alcartur (alcar+[tur] = n. glory, fame, honor+[suffix denoting ruler, rule, power]

Alcartur

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Rohit

  • From: Sanskrit word रोहित (rohita)
  • Meaning: Red
  • Quenya: Carno (carnë+[o] = red+[masculine names suffix])

Rohit


Romina

  • From: Italian feminine name possibly a variant of ROMANA which is the feminine of ROMANVS
  • Meaning: Roman
  • Quenya: Romanna (Roma+[nna] = Quenya orthographic equivalent of the city name+[allative suffix])
Romanna



Romolo

  • From: Italian form of Latin ROMVLVS
  • Meaning: Of Rome, from Rome
  • Quenya: Romallo (Roma+[llo] = Quenya orthographic equivalent of the city name+[ablative suffix])



Ronald

  • From:Scottish form of Ragnvaldr, a name introduced in Scotland by Scandinavian settlers and invaders.
  • Meaning: Old Norse elements regin “advice, counsel” and valdr “ruler”. Variant forms and related names: Renaud, Ronaldo, Reinhold, Reynaldo, Reinaldo, Rinaldo, Ragnvald, Reino.
  • Quenya: Marqueturo (mára+quetta+turë+[o] = good+word+vb. to rule+[masculine names suffix])




Rosalie

  • From: French, German and Dutch form of ROSALIA which is a late Latin name derived from ROSA
  • Meaning: See the Latin association in Rose entry here.
  • Quenya: Necellotië (necel+lótë+[ië] = thorn+flower+[feminine names suffix]) OBS.: Quenya hasn’t got a word for “rose” (the flower), so through etymological research we find a hypothetical Proto-Indo-European word *wrdho- meaning “thorn, bramble” from where the word for the flower was derived.

Necellotië

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Rose

  • From: Originally a Norman form of a Germanic name, introduced in England by the Norms as Roese & Rohese. From an early it’s also associated with the name of the flower coming from Latin ROSA.
  • Meaning: The Norman form used the Germanic elements hrod meaning “fame” & heid meaning “kind, sort, type”. The Latin association is self-explanatory.
  • Quenya: Alcanostalë (alcar+nostalë = glory, fame+species, kind) OR Necellotië (necel+lótë+[ië] = thorn+flower+[feminine names suffix]) OBS.: Quenya hasn’t got a word for “rose” (the flower), so through etymological research we find a hypothetical Proto-Indo-European word *wrdho- meaning “thorn, bramble” from where the word for the flower was derived.




Rosemary

  • From: Combination of Rose & Mary. This name can also be given in reference to the herb, which gets its name from Latin ROS MARINVS.
  • Meaning: See Rose and Maria entries here. ROS MARINVS additionally means “dew of the sea”.
  • Quenya: Necellóterarë (necel+lótë+ëar+sára+[ë] = thorn+flower+sea+bitter+[feminine names suffix]) OR Eärrossë (ëar+rossë+[ë] = sea+dew+[feminine names suffix])

Necellóterarë Eärrossë

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Roshanda

  • From: Unknown origin
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Rotyanda (orthographic equivalent due to the lack of etymology)

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Ross

  • From: Scottish and English surname, originally belonging to someone who lived on a headland.
  • Meaning: Promontory in Gaelic
  • Quenya: Nehto (nehtë+[o] = angle, spearhead, wedge, narrow promontory+[masculine names suffix])




Rossella

  • From: Italian diminutive of Rosa.
  • Meaning: See Rose entry here
  • Quenya: Alcanostalincë (alcar+nostalë+[incë] = glory, fame+species, kind+[diminutive suffix]) OR Necellotincë (necel+lótë+[incë] = thorn+flower+[diminutive suffix]) OBS.: Quenya hasn’t got a word for “rose” (the flower), so through etymological research we find a hypothetical Proto-Indo-European word *wrdho- meaning “thorn, bramble” from where the word for the flower was derived.

Alcanostalincë Necellotincë


Ryan

  • From: an Irish surname which was derived from Ó Riain
  • Meaning: Ó Riain means “descendant of Rían”. The given name Rían probably means “little king” (from Irish “king” combined with a diminutive suffix).
  • Quenya: Aranincëo (aran + [incë] + {o} = king + [diminutive suffix] + {genitive suffix expressing the idea of descendant of}

Aranincëo


Rylie

  • From: Feminine variant of Riley coming from a surname with two distinct sources. As an Irish surname, it comes from Reilly derived from the given name Raghailleach. As an English surname it is derived from a place name in Old English.
  • Meaning: In the Irish variant, the meaning is unknown. In Old English, it meant “rye clearing”
  • Quenya: Orirestë (orë+resta+[ë] = n. grain+n. field+[feminine names suffix])

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