A young goat, or a shield from young goat skin
The sun, name of Roman emperor Handrian
From the royal Roman clan
Sicilian form of Augustus, meaning venerable.
God of Dawn; Goddess of Dawn
A form of Aurelius, meaning golden or gilded.
A form of Caius, meaning to rejoice.
He will rejoice
Sicilian form of Carinus, meaning dear or beloved.
They are hairy
Sicilian form of Caelestinus. It means of the sky or heavenly.
A martyr and a bishop under the emperor Valerian
One who is lame; cannot walk; one whose legs are crippled
One who is crippled; disabled; handicapped; unable to walk
Sicilian form of Chlorus, meaning pale green.
Hailing from a forest in Romania; in a romanian forest
Constant; never changing; steadfast; persistent and sustained
Something that is persistent and never changes
Sowing the seeds; planting; Derived from the Roman God of harvest
Hoen, i.e. a bony growth that grows on the bodies of certain animals
Custanzu is the Sicilian form of Constantius and means constant or steadfast.
One who came tenth in number
One who promotes civilization
The one who is born of the Lord
One who is born out of a God; has Godly manners
Sicilian form of Domitianus, meaning having been tamed.
To restrain; one who has imagibative and creative mind
this name means somebody who is trying to excel or equal a rival.
Slovenian word for praise.
the family name of a great writer during ancient Roman civilization.
To become someone's friend
An auspicious mand
One who is from the Fabius clan
He who is festive and full of joy
Romanian form of Flavius, meaning golden or yellow haired.
A variation used in context of a blooming flower; flourishing
A masculine modification of 'Florence' which represents the 'process of blooming'
It represents 'blossoms or flowers'
Giovi is a form of Jupiter and means father.
The name Gistin means Just.
Gistinus maeans The Just One.
Giuliu is a form of Julius and means downy or hairy.
A form of Jovian and means father.
Grazzianu is a form of Gratian and means grace.
A companion of Aeneas, a charachter from Roman Mythology
A small or humble person, a just humble person
Bulgarian diminutive of Konstantin, meaning constant
Bulgarian variant of Constantine, meaning constant.
A form of Leo, meaning lion.
Son of the God Apollo, this is a name from Greek Mythology and means flax
Sicilian form of Leo, meaning lion.
A war-like person
A form of Marcus, meaning God of war.
A form of Mark, meaning warlike, martial.
A form of Neptune, meaning wet, damp clouds.
An invitation to pray
Sicilian form of Horatius, meaning hour, time or season.
Five; name for a great individual
A name for a divine King who rules all
Ottavianu is a variant of Octavianus and means eighth.
One who is like a sheep
It means a river in Moldova; great leader
A rock solid person
A variant of Pertinax, meaning persistent, stubborn
A form of Pius, meaning pious or dutiful.
One who lives on a Plaeau, or low lying meadows
The fifth one
A form of Quintilianus, meaning fifth.
Sicilian form of Quintillus. It means fifth.
Fifth or fifth born.
Sicilian form of Quintus, meaning fifth.
One who is a little king or a prince
One who is a rower
One of the two founders of Rome
To be born again
An empty and vain person. Form of name Cassius.
A Latin word meaning bag, sack
The Roman God of Saturn
Estonian form of Sebastian, meaning venerable.
A stren, severe and hard in nature
Severu is obtained from Severus and means stern.
A forest-lover, a man of the woods
Estonian form of Anthony. It means highly praiseworthy
A form of Tiberius. It means of the Tiber.
One who is from Tibur or Tivoli
Estonian form of Titus. It means title of honor.
The title of honour
One whose price is never estimated
Tony is a Roman clan name, meaning highly praiseworthy.
The warrior, brave warrior, A Roman emperor
The most capable man to led the empire
Humanistic and a name of a King
Sicilian form of Vespasianu, meaning west.