Achaikos is the ancient Greek form of Achaicus. It refers to a region in Greece names Achaia.
Male form of the name Aerope.
Aeschylus originates from the Greek name Aischylos, which means shame.
Agapetos is the original form of Agapito. It means beloved.
Akakios is derived from a Greek word meaning innocent or not evil.
Alkaios is Greek form of Alcaeus. It means strength.
Strength, a strong man.
Alkibiades is the Greek form of Alcibiades. It means strength or force.
Ampelios is the original Greek form of the name Ampelio. It means vine.
Original Greek form of Anacletus. It means invoked.
Anaxagoras is derived from Greek element anax, which means master, or lord and agora, which means assembly, marketplace.
Greek form of Androcles. It means glory of man.
Andronikos is a form of Andronicus. It means victory of a man.
Original form of Anicetus. It means 'unconquerable'.
The ancient Greek name means against or compared to.
The immortal divine soul
Ancient Greek form of Basil, meaning king.
The name is derived from Greek word chari, meaning grace, kindness.
Glory and strength
Ancient Greek form of Damian. It means to tame.
Dareios is the original form of Darius. It means to possess something good.
Judge of the people
Vigor of the people
Gift of Zeus
Given by Zeus
Gift of Dionysos
He who is lovely and charming.
Appearing, or manifesting
The name refers to the strait between Euboea and Boeotia.
He who is pious.
Well-built, or stable
In good spirits
Power of Hermes
The people of Hermes
To throw song
Victory of a man
A man who is broad-shouldered
A broad-shouldered person
One who is fond of horses.
Glory of the law
Given to God.
Manifestation of God
Slave of god
Watched by god
The glory of God.
Foreigner or guest power
Life of Zeus
An older form of Zeno, meaning shine or sky.
Ancient Greek form of Zephyr. It means the west wind.
Viable or likely to survive
He who is full of life.