Peaceful Names

Everyone wants peace. A great way to celebrate  or hope for peace is by using a name that means peace.

Girls:

Enkhtuya (Mongolian, “ray of peace”)

Frida (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, and Ancient Germanic, short form of names with the element frid, meaning “peace”)

Irene (English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, German, Ancient Greek (Latinized), and Greek Mythology (Latinized), “peace”)

Mira (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovene, Croatian, Serbian, and Polish, short form of names with the element miru, meaning “peace” or “world”)

Mirembe (Ganda, “peace”)

Mirica (Croatian, short form of names with the element miru, meaning “peace” or “world”)

Pacífica (Spanish, “peacemaker”)

Paz  (Spanish, “peace”)

Salome (English, German, and Biblical (Latin and Greek), “peace”)

Shanti (Indian, “quiet, peace, tranquility)

Shlomit (Hebrew, “peaceful”)

Síthmaith (Irish, “good peace”)

Yên (Vietnamese, “peaceful”)

 

Boys:

Absalom (Biblical (Latin), “my father is peace”)

Axel (Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and German, “my father is peace”)

Branimir (Croatian, Serbian, Bulgarian, and Slovene, “protection” and “peace” or “world”)

Dietfried (German, “peace of the people”)

Frederick (English, “peaceful ruler”)

Humphrey (English, “peaceful warrior”)

Irenaeus (Ancient Greek, “peaceful”)

Lubomír (Czech, “love” and “peace, world”)

Manfred (German, Dutch, and Polish, “strength” and “peace”)

Pau (Catalan, “peace”)

Solomon (Biblical, English, and Jewish, “peace”)

Xolani (Zulu, “peace”)

 

Unisex:

 

Akpofure (Urhobo, “life is peaceful”)

Aştî (Kurdish, “peace, tranquility”)

Bình (Vietnamese, “peace”)

Emem (Ibibio, “peace”)

Kagiso (Tswana, “peace”)

Ning (Chinese, “peaceful, tranquil”)

Pax (Roman Mythology, “peace”)

Shalom (Hebrew, “peace”)

Yasu (Japanese, “peaceful”, “peace”, or “level”)

 

Source: behindthename.com

 

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