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First Name Directory - Starting with R




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Rabah
Rabah (رابح, DMG Rābaḥ) is an Arabic male name occurring winner also in other Muslim culture with the meaning. In Afghanistan, the name has the meaning of storytellers.
Rabie
Haider or also Rabi (Arabic ربيع, DMG Rabīʿ) is a male Arabic name, occasionally full name. He means "Spring". He is also the month in which the Prophet Muhammad was born in Islam.
Rabih
Rabih (Arabic: ربيع‎‎, /ræbˈiːæ/), also spelled Rabee, Rabeeh, Rabi, or Rabie, is an Arabic masculine given name meaning "spring". It is common in the Middle East and has no religious significance. Rabih (Arabic: ربيع‎‎, /ræbˈiːæ/), also spelled Rabee, Rabeeh, Rabi, or Rabie, is an Arabic masculine given name meaning "spring". It is common in the Middle East and has no religious significance.
Raci
Radbod
Rade
Radenko
Radenko (Cyrillic script: Раденко) is a South Slavic masculine given name or East Slavic surname.
Radhanath
Radič
Radič (Serbian Cyrillic: Радич) was a Serbian masculine given name, popular in the Middle Ages. It is derived from the Slavic word root rad- ("happy, eager, to care"), with the Slavic suffix -ič, a diminutive of Radoslav, Radomir, etc.
Radim
Radim is a Slavic origin male given name. Derived from the Slavic elements rad care, joy and mer great, famous. The second element has also been associated with mir meaning peace or world. Nicknames are Radya, Radimek, Dima, Radek. Pronounced RAHD-yeem (shortly).
Radiša
Radiša (Cyrillic script: Радиша) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Radivoje
Radivoje (Cyrillic script: Радивоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin. Notable people with the name include:
Radmilo
Radmilo (Cyrillic script: Радмило) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Radney
Radoje
Radoje (Cyrillic script: Радоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Radojko
Radojko (Cyrillic script: Радојко) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Radomir
Radonja
Radonja (Serbian Cyrillic: Радоња) is a masculine Serbian given name. It is derived from the word rad which means labour.
Radoš
Radoš (Cyrillic script: Радош) is a masculine given name and a surname of Slavic origin.
Radoslav
Radoslav (Cyrillic: Радослав) is a common Slavic masculine given name, derived from rad- ("happy, eager, to care") and slava ("glory, fame"), both very common in Slavic dithematic names. It roughly means "eager glory". It is known since the Middle Ages. The earliest known Radoslav was a 9th-century Serbian ruler. It may refer to:
Radoslaw
Radovan
Radovan (Cyrillic: Радован), pronounced [ˈradovan], is a Slavic male given name, derived from rad- meaning "care, joy". It is found in its South Slavic form Radovan (Serbian Cyrillic: Радован) predominantly in former Yugoslavia (Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro), and to a lesser degree in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Male variations and diminutives (and nicknames) include Radan, Radánek, Rade, Rado, Radič, Radko, Radvan, Radúz, Radek, and cognates Radomir, Radomil and Radoslav. Female forms include Radka, Radana, Radomirka, Radmila, Radica.
Radu
Radu is a relatively common Romanian male given name and family name.
Radul
Radul or Radule (Cyrillic: Радул) is a Slavic given name, derived from the word rad, meaning "work, care, joy". It is the base of the Serbian surnames of Radulović, Radulić, Raduljica, and the Russian and Bulgarian Radulov. Several toponyms are derived from the name, such as Radule, in Poland; Radulovtsi in Bulgaria, etc.
Radulf
Raed
Raed (pronounced [ˈræːˈed]; Arabic: رائد, Rā'id) is an Arabic male name, meaning leader or pioneer. Raed (pronounced [ˈræːˈed]; Arabic: رائد, Rā'id) is an Arabic male name, meaning leader or pioneer.
Raffaela
Raffaele
Raffaele is an Italian form of the male given name Raphael. An also Italian variant of the name is Raffaello.
Raffaello
Raffaello, Raffaele or Raffaellino is an Italian given name. It usually refers to Raphael (aka Raffaello Sanzio), an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance.
Rafik
Rafik, also Rafiq (both forms of Arabic & #160; رفيق, DMG storyteller), is an Arabic male name meaning "Friend", "Companion", "PAL"; "take out".
Rafiki
Rafiq
Rafiq (Arabic: رفیق ‎‎), meaning intimate friend, companion, is an Arabic masculine given name and surname. Notable people with the name include: Rafiq (Arabic: رفیق ‎‎), meaning intimate friend, companion, is an Arabic masculine given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ragip
Wilson is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The Albanian form of the name is Ramesh.
Ragıp
Ragıp or Ragip may refer to:
Ragnar
Ragnvald
Ragnvald is the Swedish and Norwegian variant of the masculine given name Reinhold.
Rahim
Rahim (Raḥīm رحيم, also anglicized as Raheem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Merciful", from the root R-Ḥ-M. It is also used as a personal male name, short for Abdu r-Raḥīm "Servant of the Merciful". Rahim (Raḥīm رحيم, also anglicized as Raheem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Merciful", from the root R-Ḥ-M. It is also used as a personal male name, short for Abdu r-Raḥīm "Servant of the Merciful".
Rahman
Rahman (Arabic: رحمان‎‎, Raḥmān আর রহমান) is an Arabic male name, short for Abdu r-Raḥmān "Servant of the Most Merciful", ar-Rahman being one of the Names of God in Islam. Raḥmān is the elative of raḥīm "merciful",[citation needed] based on the triconsonantal root R-Ḥ-M With nisba, the name becomes Rahmani and is used as a surname.
Rahmatullah
Rahmatullah (Arabic: رحمة الله‎‎) is a male or female Muslim given name and, in modern usage, surname, meaning mercy of God. Rahmatullah (Arabic: رحمة الله‎‎) is a male or female Muslim given name and, in modern usage, surname, meaning mercy of God.
Rahmi
Rahmi (Arabic: رحمي‎‎) is a masculine Arabic and Turkish given name, it may refer to:
Rahul
Rahul, a popular male name in India, has a variety of meanings. The earliest meaning found in the Upanishads is "conqueror of all miseries". Rahul also means "traveler" in Arabic. Buddha's son was also called Rahul, meaning "relation". Another meaning of Rahul is "offspring of lightning".
Raik
Raimond
Raimondas
Raimondas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Raimond). The female form is Harv.
Raimondo
Raimondo is an Italian male given name. Raimondo is an Italian male given name as an Italian version of the masculine given name Raimund. As a surname, Raimondo rarely occurs.
Raimonds
Raimonds is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Raimund
Raymond, Raymund or NEMA is a masculine given name. The name comes from the Germanic * ragin/regin, "Rat(schluss) [the gods]", and "Protection" of old high German munt (see guardian, literacy).
Raimundas
Raimundas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Raimundus


Rainer
Rainhard
Rainhardt
Rainhart
Rainier
The name Rainier (/rəˈnɪər/ or /reɪˈnɪər/; French: [ʁɛˈnje], a French form of Rainer) may refer to
Raivis
Raivo
Raizo
Raizo or Raizō is a Japanese-origin masculine given name. It is uncommon as a surname. People with the name or its variants include:
Raj
Raj (Hindi: राज) in different contexts means "rule", "king", "ruler", "emperor" or "royalty" in the Sanskrit language families of the Indian sub-continent including in Romanes, its closest Indo-European relative. Also, Raj is a Polish and Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian word meaning "paradise" or "heaven".
Raja
Raja is a common given name and a surname.
Rajab
Rajab (Arabic: رجب‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name corresponding to the seventh month of the Islamic calendar, it is transcribed as Recep in Turkish, and Ragab from Egyptian Arabic, and Rexhep in Albanian. Rajab (Arabic: رجب‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name corresponding to the seventh month of the Islamic calendar, it is transcribed as Recep in Turkish, and Ragab from Egyptian Arabic, and Rexhep in Albanian.
Rajaei
Rajaei (also spelled Rajaee, Rajai, or Recai (Turkish), Persian: رجايی‎‎) is a given name and surname, it may refer to:
Rajendra
Rajendra is popular Hindu given name. It is derived from the Sanskrit rājendra 'lord of kings', 'supreme sovereign', which is a compound of the words rāja 'king' and indra 'supreme'.
Rajesh
Rajesh (Rajeshwer) is a popular Nepalese and Indian name. It originates from the word Raja, which means king and Eshwar, or the ultimate power. The complete word is Rajesh (Rajeshwer). The meaning of Rajesh is "the ultimate god, who is the God of Kings".[citation needed]
Raji
Rajinder
Rajiv
Rajiv (Hindi: राजीव) is a popular Indian male name, also spelt Rajeev or Rajib. in Hindu texts. In Ramayana, Lord Rama is also referred as "Rajiv Lochan", meaning "one whose eyes are like lotus flowers". It also referred as a quality of the flower lotus. It is said that lotus flower though grown in mud water doesn't accumulate the mud particles onto it such is the quality being described rajiv. Today, in several Indian languages, including Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, Assamese, Marathi, and Kannada the word refers to "lotus flower" (Nelumbo nucifera).
Rajko
Rajmund
Rajmund is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Rakesh
Ralf
Ralf or Ralph is a masculine given name. Ralf comes from the old high German Radulf (rat = the advice, the advice, the Advisor; wolf = wolf) and is a short form of the name.
Ralph
Ralph (pronounced ralf /rælf/; or, more traditionally, rayf /reɪf/ ) is an English, Dutch, Scandinavian and German male given name, derived from Old Norse Raðulfr (rað "counsel" + ulfr "wolf") through Old English Rædwulf and the longer form Radulf.
Ram
Ram is a masculine given name. In South Asia it is a variant of Rama. Notable persons with the name include:
Ramakant
Ramazan
Ramazan in Turkish language may refer to:
Rambo
Rambold
Ramesh
Ramesh is a common Hindu name. Ramesh means "Preserver" or "the One who Saves from Danger". would refer to Lord Vishnu. In Persian, "Ramesh" is derived from Pahlavi origin "Ramishn", meaning "Happiness".
Rami
Ramin
Ramin is a male Iranian name. Is the spelling in Persian: رامین,.
Ramiz
Ramiz, Ramez or Rameez is an Arabic male given name and means a noble indicated person. When it is used in the Arab world and Anatolia, it doesn't reflect any religious affiliation for the person. While in Balkan or the Indian subcontinent, it is normall given for a Muslim. Ramiz, Ramez or Rameez is an Arabic male given name and means a noble indicated person. When it is used in the Arab world and Anatolia, it doesn't reflect any religious affiliation for the person. While in Balkan or the Indian subcontinent, it is normall given for a Muslim.
Ramon
Ramon is a masculine given name.
Ramón
Ramsesnacht
Ramtin
Ramūnas
Ramūnas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is derived from the Lithuanian word ramus, meaning "calm". People with the name Ramūnas include:
Ramutis
A Lithuanian given name is derived from ramus Ramutis (quietly). The female form is John.
Ramy
Ramy is a masculine given name.
Ramzan
Ramzi
Ramzi or Ramzy (Arabic: رمزي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname of Arabic origin. Ramzi or Ramzy (Arabic: رمزي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname of Arabic origin.
Ranald
Ranald is an English and Scots masculine given name. It is an Anglicised form of the Scottish Gaelic name Raghnall. A short form of Ranald is Ran. Persons bearing the name include:
Ranbir
Randall
Randall /ˈrændl/ is a masculine given name in the English language. Its modern use as a given name originates from the transferred use of the English–language surname Randall. There are two explanations for the derivation of this surname. One is that it originate from a personal name that is an apocopal form, or a vernacular form of Randolf; another explanation is that they originate from a diminutive of a mediaeval form of Randolf. Early forms of Randolf were brought to England by Scandinavian settlers, and later by the Normans. These mediaeval names are ultimately derived from two Germanic language elements—the first meaning: "shield" or "rim"; the second meaning "wolf".
Randhir
Randhir is a common Indian male name.
Randolf
Randolph
Randolph is masculine given name in the English language. The name is derived from a mediaeval name composed of two elements: "shield" or "rim" + "wolf". Variants form of the name include: Randolf, Randulph, and Wandolfin. A pet form of Randolf is Randy.
Randy
Randy is an English, mostly male first name.
Ranganath
Ranganath is one of the Indian names, based on the faith on Hindu deity Lord Ranganatha, and may refer to:
Ranieri
Ranieri is a masculine given name and a family name. He is the Italian variant of Rainer.
Ranko
Ranko is a Slavic and Japanese given name.


Ranulf
Ranulf is masculine given name in the English language. It is derived from the Old Norse name Reginúlfr. This Old Norse personal name is composed of two elements: the first, regin, means "advice", "decision" (and also "the gods"); the second element, úlfr, means "wolf". Reginúlfr was introduced into Scotland and northern England, by Scandinavian settlers, in the Early Middle Ages.
Ranulph
Ranulph is a male English name of Norman descent.
Raoul
Raphael
Raphael is a name of Hebrew origin meaning "God is Healer" or "God has Healed" (רפאל). Depending on the language (first popularly used in France, Spain, Italy, and Portugal) it can be spelled either Raphael, Raphaël, Rafael, Raffael, Raffaele, or Refael. The French equivalent is Raphaël.
Raphael
Raphaël
Rapolas
R is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Raphael.
Rapoto
Rasa
Rasa is a Lithuanian female name derived from rasa, (or Tau). The male form is Rasius. In addition, Rasa is an Indian male name.
Rashad
Rashad as a surname may refer to: Rashad as a surname may refer to:
Rashid
Rāshid: Raashid, Rachid, Rashed
Rashid al-Din
(Arabic: رشید الدین‎‎) Rashid al-Din or Rashid ad-Din may refer to: (Arabic: رشید الدین‎‎) Rashid al-Din or Rashid ad-Din may refer to:
Rasim
Rasim is a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning "planner", "architect". People named Rasim include:
Rasit
Rehema is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin (Arabic & #160; راشد & #160; Rashid, DMG Rāšid & #160; 'Rechtgeleiteter, Orthodox, level-headed').
Raşit
Raşit is a Turkish given name for males. People named Raşit include:
Rasmus
Rasmus is a shortened form of "Erasmus", a name which means "beloved" and was the name of Desiderius Erasmus, a well-known saint. As a male first name it is most common in Scandinavia.
Rasso
Rastus
Rastus (English pronounced: / ˈrastəs /) is a pejorative, derogatory and insulting to get associated with African-Americans in the United States. It is considered offensive.
Rasul
Rasul (also spelled Rasool, Rasoul, or Resul, Arabic: رسول‎‎) is the Arabic for "messenger, apostle", see Apostle (Islam). It is also masculine given name, it may refer to:
Ratian
Ratimir
Ratimir (Polish: Racimir, Russian: Ratmir) - is a Slavic origin given name meaning "defender of peace". Some people with the name are:
Ratko
Ratold
Rauf
Up is a male given name of Arabic origin, occurring especially in Azerbaijan, but also in Turkey and in the Arabic and Persian-speaking countries. In Turkey, he has the meaning "happy, joyous day". Up occurs as a family name.
Raul
Raul, Raúl and Raül are the Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Catalan forms of the Anglo-Germanic given name Ralph. They are cognates of the French Raoul.
Raul
Rauno
Rauno is an Estonian and Finnish masculine given name, and may refer to:
Ravi
Ravi
Ravi (Hindi: रवि) is an Indian male given name.
Ravinder
Ravinder is an Indian name composed of two names, Ravi (the sun) and Indra (the King of Gods). Ravinder = Ravi + Indra=ravindra Ravinder = The Sun, King of Gods
Ravish
Ravish may refer to
Ray
Ray is an English masculine given name. He is among other things by the first name Raymond.
Rayan
Rayan or Rayyan is a popular name of multiple origins like Persian, Indian, Arabic, English and Israeli. In Persian, it means "The wise", In Sanskrit (Indian) it means king, noble or prince. Rayan is an old english name which means brilliant.Some also believe that "Rayan" was a name given to the 7 "prophets" in the Zoroastrian religion. According to Arabic tradition 'Ar-Rayan' refers to a door leading to paradise or heaven's gate. This door is particularly kept for people who fast the month of Ramadan. Rayan or Rayyan is a popular name of multiple origins like Persian, Indian, Arabic, English and Israeli. In Persian, it means "The wise", In Sanskrit (Indian) it means king, noble or prince. Rayan is an old english name which means brilliant.Some also believe that "Rayan" was a name given to the 7 "prophets" in the Zoroastrian religion. According to Arabic tradition 'Ar-Rayan' refers to a door leading to paradise or heaven's gate. This door is particularly kept for people who fast the month of Ramadan.
Raymond
Raymond is a male given name. It was borrowed into English from French (older French spellings were Reimund and Raimund, whereas the modern English and French spellings are identical). It originated as the Germanic Raginmund or Reginmund. "Ragin" (Old German) and "regin" (Gothic) meant "counsel." The Old High German "mund" originally meant "hand," but came to mean "protection." This etymology suggests that the name originated in the Early Middle Ages, possibly from Latin.
Raymond
Raymund
Raymond, Raymund or NEMA is a masculine given name. The name comes from the Germanic * ragin/regin, "Rat(schluss) [the gods]", and "Protection" of old high German munt (see guardian, literacy).
Răzvan
Răzvan is a Romanian male given name of unexplained origin and meaning.
Recai
Love is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Recep
Recep (IPA: [ɾeˈdʒep]) is a masculine Turkish given name, it may refer to:
Redouane
Re douane an Arabic male given name and surname is (Bobby in Arabic). Occasionally also the form Tom is.
Reemt
Reemt is a masculine given name. Reemt is an old Frisian name and the short form of Raymond (old high German: Council decision, protection).
Refik
Radford is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Companion", which occurs also in several countries of the Balkan peninsula, including in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania.
Regimantas
Regimantas a Lithuanian given name is derived from regėti ("see"), + manta rays.
Reginald
Reginald is a masculine given name in the English language.
Reginhard
Regis
Régis
Regis is a masculine given name of French, means "one who governs, Director." It is originally a French name of lunch, as Regissier, Regisser, in very rare cases, the genitive of the word last name of Regis can represent Latin Rex "King". Following the canonization by Pope Clement XII, a Jesuit missionary of Jean-François Régis in 1734 a name become, 16 June celebrating it.
Regő
Regő is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Reha
Rehab is a Turkish female and (mostly) male name of Persian origin meaning "Rescue, liberation, Salvation" or "from the heart".
Řehoř
Řehoř is a Czech masculine given name and family name.


Reid
Reid is an English family name can be used as a given name. Reid is a variant of the name read, from old English rēad "red", a Übernamens for a redhead or also cheeked people prevalent initially especially in Scotland. He is therefore German names like Roth, Rothe and Rohde.
Reidar
Reidar is a Norwegian masculine given name meaning "Warrior".
Reiichi
Reiichi (written: 礼一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Reiji
Reiji (れいじ, レイジ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Reijo
Reijo is a Finnish male given name. There are more than 27,000 people with this name in Finland. More than half of them were born in the 1940s and 1950s. It originated as a variation of the Latin name Gregorius and the Greek name Gregorios, which are the equivalent of Gregory in English. The nameday is the 12th of March, the anniversary of the death of Pope Gregory I.
Reik
Reik is a masculine given name.
Reimer
Reimer is a masculine given name.
Reimund
Raymond, Raymund or NEMA is a masculine given name. The name comes from the Germanic * ragin/regin, "Rat(schluss) [the gods]", and "Protection" of old high German munt (see guardian, literacy).
Reinaldo
Reinaldo is a Spanish and Portuguese given name for males (the English form is Reynold) and can refer to:
Reiner
Reiner is a masculine given name.
Reinfried
Shane is a German male given name and family name. Shane is derived via ragin (Council) and fridu (peace) from the old high German name Raginfried meaning "of the Council of peace-creating".
Reinhard
Reinhardt
Reinhart
Reinhold
Reinhold is a German, Scandinavian surname and male given name. This Germanic name is composed of two elements: the first is from ragin, meaning "counsel", "power" and wald meaning "ruler". The second element having been reinterpreted as hold meaning "dear", "beloved" in the 16th century.
Reinis
Reinis is a Latvian masculine given name and surname and may refer to:
Reinmar
Reinold
Reinhold or Jacobus is a male given name, which is also a family name. Probably derived from Germanic * ragin/regin, Council (final, often of the gods), and old high German Gerald prevail, dominate. The first link of the name rex, King is proposed for occasionally also Latin (cf. Regina and the German "rule"); the second element of the name was later to hold balance in the sense of "inclined to that lovely".
Reinoldijus
Reinoldijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Reinhold.
Reizō
Reizō, Reizo or Reizou (written: 礼三, 禮三 or 黎三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rembert
Rembrandt
Remeco
Rémi
Rémi is a masculine given name.
Remigijus
Remigijus is a masculine Lithuanian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Remigius
Remmer
Remo
Remus
Remus is a masculine given name.
Remy
Rémy also Rémi, is a French masculine given name and a family name. In the Anglo-Saxon given name without accent aigu Remi or Remy is mostly in the male form, sometimes mistakenly also used female first name.
Rémy
Rémy, Remy, Rémi or Remi is a name of French origin, and is associated with the Latin name Remigius. People with the name Remy include:
Remzi
Remzi is both a Turkish surname and given name. Notable people with the name include:
Renat
Renatas
Renatas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from René.
Renato
Renato is a male given name as Italian, Spanish and Portuguese version of the late Roman name of Renatus meaning "Born again".
Renaud
Renaud is a masculine given name and a family name. The name is a French form of the given name Reginald.
René
Renee
Renee is a masculine given name.
Renssalaer
Renssalaer is a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rentarō
Rentarō, Rentaro or Rentarou (written: 連太郎 or 廉太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Renzo
Renzo is an Italian masculine given name. It is a short form of Lorenzo which means "a man from Laurentum who is wreathed or crowned with laurel." Notable people named Renzo include the following:
Repoš
Repoš (Serbian Cyrillic: Репош) was a name found in medieval Serbia; it was mentioned in 14th-century charters as a byname (or surname), and in the early 15th century as a given name.
Resat
Reşat is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Hit the right path".
Reşat
Reşat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Reşat include:
Reşid
Reşid is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Resit
Reşit (Turkish for "mature") is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The variant usual in North Africa is r.
Reşit
Reşit (Turkish for "mature") is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The variant usual in North Africa is r.
Reto
Reuben
Reuben is a Hebrew and English form of Ruben.
Reuven


Rex
Rex is a masculine given name.
Rex
Rexhep
Rexhep is an Albanian masculine given name. People bearing the name include:
Reynaldo
Reinaldo, also Reynaldo, is a Portuguese and Spanish given name. The German form of the name is Reinhold.
Reza
Reza (Arabic: رضا‎‎, riḍā) is a name of Arabic origin, widely used as a Persian personal name and within Iranian placenames.
Rezső
Rezső is a Hungarian form of the name Roger.
Rhodri
Rhoikos
Rhoikos is a Greek given name.
Rhys
Rhys is a given name of Welsh origin meaning "Enthusiasm", "Zeal", which also appears as a surname in the English-speaking world. Rice is an anglicised form of the name.
Riad
Riad (also spelled Riyad or Riyadh, Arabic: رياض‎‎, pronounced [riːˈɑːdˤ]) is a masculine Arabic given name and surname, meaning "meadows", "gardens"". Notable persons with that name include: Riad (also spelled Riyad or Riyadh, Arabic: رياض‎‎, pronounced [riːˈɑːdˤ]) is a masculine Arabic given name and surname, meaning "meadows", "gardens"". Notable persons with that name include:
Riaz
Riaz is a male given name, it may refer to: Riaz is a male given name, it may refer to:
Ricard
Ricard is a masculine given name.
Ričardas
Ričardas is a Lithuanian masculine given name, a cognate of Richard and may refer to the following individuals:
Ricardo
Ricardo is the Portuguese, Spanish cognate of the name Richard. Therefore, the name means "Powerful/Great Leader".
Ricardo
Ricardo is a male name common in Spanish and Portuguese. Ricardo is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Richard. The Italian form of the name is Riccardo.
Riccardo
Riccardo is a male given name, Italian version of Richard. Therefore the name means "Powerful Leader".
Ricci
Italian family name is Ricci, a, derived from the nickname of Yang for someone with frizzy, curly hair. As a short form of Riccardo, Ricci also occurs as a male given name.
Richard
The Germanic first or given name Richard derives from German, French, and English "ric" (ruler, leader, king) and "hard" (strong, brave), and it therefore means "powerful leader".[citation needed] Nicknames include "Dick", "Dickie", "Rich", "Richie", "Rick", "Ricky", "Rickey", and others.[citation needed]
Richárd
Richard is a Hungarian name.
Richie
Richie is occurring particularly in the English-speaking world male name, which occurs as a family name and a diminutive form of Richard.
Rico
Rico is a male given name and family name. The adjective rico means in Spanish relating to such infants also sweet, cute rich, but also rich, tasty.
Ridvan
Ridvan may refer to
Rıdvan
Dollie is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Guardian of paradise".
Ridvan
Rahim (Arabic رضوان, DMG Riḍwān 'Paradise, Angels') as both a female and male given name used: in Albania as a male given name, the Iran and some Arab countries as a female given name (also Azreen written). Rahim's first name means "Guardian of paradise". The Turkish form of the name is Siti.
Ridwan
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Rifat
Rifat (also transliterated as Rifaat, Arabic: رفعت‎‎, pronounced [rɪˈfat]) is a masculine given name. Variants also include Refat, Rafat, Refaat, etc.
Rıfat
Anthony is a Turkish given name meaning "brave, brave". The name is of Arabic origin and is found also in Turkish in the Arabic form of Rifat (Arabic رفعت). Rifaat is a further transcription of the Arabic name.
Rigobert
Rihards
Rihards is a masculine Latvian given name and may refer to:
Riichi
Riichi (written: 利一 or 理一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rikard
Rikichi
Rikichi (written: 利吉 or 理喜智) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rikiya
Rikiya (written: 力也) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Riku
Riku is both a masculine Finnish given name and a unisex Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Riley
Rimandas
Rimandas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from RIMAS.
Rimantas
Rimantas (shortened as Rimas) is a masculine Lithuanian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rimas
Rimas is a given name, which can be an Arabic feminine name or a Lithuanian masculine name. In Arabic, Rimas or Remas is derived from the name of a type of diamond, and was the most popular name for girls born in Jordan in 2009. In Lithuanian, Rimas is a shortened form of Rimantas. It is related to the feminine name Rima and has the diminutive form Rimutis. The name Rimas may refer to:
Rimgaudas
Rimgaudas derives a Lithuanian given name, by noureen (rimti) + gaud-(gaudyti). The feminine form is Rimgaudė.
Rimundas
Rimundas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Raimund). The feminine form is Rimunda.
Rimutis
Rimutis is a Lithuanian given name, a diminutive of the male first name of RIMAS, derived from rimti (be quiet). The feminine form is Rimutė.
Rimvydas
Damu is a Lithuanian given name. The feminine form is Rimvydė.
Rinaldo
Rinaldo is a masculine given name.
Rinaldo
Rinaldo is an Italian male given name.
Ringaudas
Ringaudas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from engineering + gaud-(gaudyti). The feminine form is Ringaudė.
Ringo
Ringo is both a male and a female given name which is also a family name. Ringo is a short form of the name Ringolf, in German in the old high German by ragin/regin = the Council, decision and wolf = wolf is derived.
Rinjish
Rinjish is an Indian first name.it is similar to Urdu word Renjish. this name is rarely used in southern India. 'Rin' depicts the brightness and 'Jish' as a common suffix used in those areas.
Rinshō
Rinshō, Rinsho or Rinshou (written: 麟祥 or 林昌) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rinus
Rinus is a male given name, usually short for Marinus and popular in the Netherlands, and may refer to:
Risto
Risto is a masculine given name, found in Finnish, Estonian and South Slavic. In South Slavic, it is a hypocorism derived from Hristofor or Hristivoje.


Riza
RIZA is the acronym for 'Rijksinstituut voor Integraal Zoetwaterbeheer en Afvalwaterbehandeling'. This Dutch water management Institute went up in 2007 in the 'waterdienst' of the 'Rijkswaterstaat'; Since April 1, 2013, it says 'RWS water, traffic en Leefomgeving'
Rizqallah
Rizqallah (Arabic: رزق الله ‎‎) is a male Christian and Muslim given name and surname, meaning livelihood from God. it may refer to Rizqallah (Arabic: رزق الله ‎‎) is a male Christian and Muslim given name and surname, meaning livelihood from God. it may refer to
Rizvan
Roald
Roald is a Norwegian given name. Persons named Roald include:
Roar
Rob
Robbie
Robby
Robby is an English masculine given name. Robby is a short form of Robert.
Robert
The name Robert is a Germanic given name, from Proto-Germanic *χrōþi- "fame" and *berχta- "bright". Compare Old Dutch Robrecht and Old High German Hrodebert (a compound of hruod "fame, glory" and berht "bright"). It is also in use as a surname.
Robert
Robertas
Robertas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Roberto
Roberto is a male given name, the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of the name Robert. Another origin and meaning of the name see here.
Roberts
Roberts is a Latvian masculine given name, cognate of the English given name Robert and may refer to:
Robertus
Robert is a given name from the Germanic. Robert is the Norman name of old Germanic "(H) rod-berht" and means something like "from shiny glory". The meaning of the old high German word "hrōd", "hruod" is glory, honor and the word "beraht" stands for bright, shiny, proud.
Robinson
Rochus
Rock
Roderich
Rodger
Rodger is a masculine given name.
Rodion
Rodion (Russian & #160; Родион) is a male given name. Rodja, Koseformen are Rodjuscha.
Rodolfo
Rodolfo is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rodoljub
Rodoljub (Serbian: Родољуб) is a Serbian masculine given name.
Rodrigo
Rodrigo is a Spanish, Portuguese and Italian version of the masculine given name Roderick.
Rodrigue
Rodrigue is a masculine given name.
Roel
Roel is as a short form of the names Roeland (German: Roland) or Roelof (German: Rudolf) a Dutch male given name.
Roelof
Roelof is a Dutch form of the male given name Rudolf. Common diminutives of the name are Roel and Ruud.
Rogelio
Rogelio is a masculine Spanish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Roger
Roger (/ˈrɒdʒə/, /ˈrəʊdʒə/) is a masculine given name and a surname. The given name is derived from the Old French personal names Roger and Rogier. These names are of Germanic origin, derived from the elements hrōd ("fame", "renown") and gār, gēr ("spear", "lance"). The name was introduced into England by the Normans. In Normandy, the Frankish name had been reinforced by the Old Norse cognate Hróðgeirr. The name introduced into England replaced the Old English cognate Hroðgar. Roger became a very common given name during the Middle Ages. A variant form of the given name Roger is Rodger. The surname Roger is sometimes an Anglicised form of the Gaelic surname Mac Ruaidhrí.
Rogerio
Rogério is the Portuguese form of the male given name Rüdiger.
Rogério
Rogério [ʁoˈʒɛɾiu] is a Portuguese male given name
Rognvald
Ragnvald or Rognvald is an Old Norse name (Old Norse Rǫgnvaldr, modern Icelandic Rögnvaldur; in Old English Rægnald and in Old Irish, Middle Irish Ragnall). Notable people with the name include:
Rohan
Rohan is a masculine given name.
Rohan
Rohit
Rohit (Devanagri: रोहित), pronounced [ˈroːɦɪt̪]) is a given name, typically male, used among Indian people. It is also used in some parts of Nepal. It is mostly used by Jains, Hindus, and Sikhs.
Rokas
Rokas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Rochus.
Roko
Rokurō
Rokurō, Rokuro or Rokurou (written: 六朗 or 六郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Roland
Roland is a masculine Germanic first name that is also used as a family name. Forms in other languages include: Orlando (Italian), Rolando (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Roldán (Spanish).
Roland
Rolandas
Rolandas is a masculine Lithuanian given name and may refer to:
Rolando
Rolando is a Spanish, Italian and Portuguese variant of Roland. The name appears most frequently as a Spanish given name. It originates from the ancient meaning of "Famous throughout the land". Its presence is said to be from Spain, however it has also been used in Italy, sometimes as a surname. Similar names would be Roland.
Rolando
Rolf
Rolf is a male given name and a surname. It originates in the Germanic name Hrolf, itself a contraction of Hrodwulf (Rudolf), a conjunction of the stem words hrod ("renown") + wulf ("wolf"). The Old Norse cognate is Hrólfr. As a name Rolf is known since 911 when the Viking King Gånge-Rolf (846–932) (Latinized as Rollo) captured Normandy.
Romain
Romaldas
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Romald, Romaldas.
Roman
Roman is a male first name. It has distant origins dating back to the Roman Empire and the Latin language. It comes from the Latin word "romanus", which means "of Rome". In this initial sense, the title "Roman" means "a citizen of the Roman Empire", a man of Roman (or Byzantine) culture, Latin or Greek. The name day festival for Roman may take place on different days depending on the country.
Roman
Romanas
Romanas is a Lithuanian male given name, derived from the novel.
Romaric
Romas
Romas is a masculine given name.


Romas
ROMs is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Rome (Lithuanian for rum).
Romasis
Romasis is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Rome). The feminine form is Romasija.
Romed
Romeo
Romeo is a masculine given name.
Romeo
Roméo
Romolo
Romolo is an Italian given name, and may refer to:
Romuald
Romualdas
Romualdas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Ron
Ron is a masculine given name.
Ron
Ronald
Ronald (/ˈrɒnld/) is a masculine given name derived from the Old Norse Rögnvaldr. In some cases Ronald is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic Raghnall, a name likewise derived from Rögnvaldr. The latter name is composed of the Old Norse elements regin ("advice", "decision") and valdr ("ruler"). Ronald was originally used in England and Scotland, where Scandinavian influences were once substantial, although now the name is common throughout the English-speaking world. A short form of Ronald is Ron. Pet forms of Ronald include Roni, and Ronnie. A feminine form of Ronald is Ronalda. Rhona, a modern name apparently only dating back to the late nineteenth century, may have originated as a feminine form of Ronald.
Rónán
Rónán (anglicized Ronan) is an Irish language male given name meaning "little seal" (Rón meaning "seal", and -án being a diminutive suffix). It may refer to: Legend tells of a seal who is warned never to stray too close to the land. When the "seal child" is swept ashore by a huge wave, she becomes trapped in a human form, known as a "Selkie" or "seal maiden." Although she lives as the wife of a fisherman and bears him children, known as "ronans" or "little seals," she never quite loses her "sea-longing." Eventually she finds the "seal-skin" which the fisherman has hidden and slips back into the ocean. But she can’t forget her husband and children and can even be seen swimming close to the shore, keeping a watchful eye on them.
Ronan
Ronan and Rónán is an Irish and Breton given name and family name.
Ronen
Ronni
Ronnie
Ronny
Rorgon
Rosario
Rosario
Rosario is a male Italian and Spanish female given name and a family name.
Roscoe
Roselin
Roselin is a masculine given name.
Rosendo
Rosendo is a Spanish male given name. The name comes from St. Rudesind, San Rosendo, in Spanish (907-977) who was administrating as Bishop of Iria Flavia at the time of Rodrigo Velázquez. Places named after the saint include San Rosendo a town in Chile.
Ross
Ross can be used as a given name, typically for males, but is also a typical family name for people of Scottish descent (Clan Ross). In this case the name is of Scottish origin. The family name can also be of German origin; in German, derived from Gaelic meaning "Horse Lord" or "Lord of the Horse" due to the righteous bond between anyone with the surname Ross and their relations to horses specifically when paired with the traditional Irish name Aidan (Aedan, Ayden, Aiden). Another meaning for given name Ross falls under "promontory" or "headland".
Ross
Ross is a male name common in the English-speaking world.
Rostislav
Rastislav or Rostislav is a male Slavic given name, meaning "to increase glory" . The name has been used by several notable people of Czech, Polish, Ukrainian, Serbian, Russian and Slovak backgrounds.
Rouven
Roy
Roy is an English, Scottish Gaelic and French name of Norman origin. This family name originated from the Normans, meaning "Northman" in several Scandinavian languages, who were descendants of Norse Vikings from Denmark, Norway and Iceland. The derivation is from the word rey or roi, meaning "king", and in medieval times was used as a nickname either for one who behaved in a regal fashion, or who had earned the title in some contest of skill. It also appears in Scottish Gaelic, from the word ruadh, meaning red and galizan as Roi. Roy can also be found in India, a variant of the name "Rai", which was a historical title of honour in India conferred by the British Raj.
Ruben
Rudi
Rudolf
Rudolf is a German masculine given name. Derived it occurs as a family name. The name Rudolf hrōd is composed of the old high German words, hruod for fame, glory, and wolf for wolf together.
Rūdolfs
Rūdolfs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Rudolph
Rudolph or Rudolf (French: Rodolphe, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish: Rodolfo) or Rodolphe is a male first name, and, less commonly, a surname. It is a Germanic name deriving from two stems. One being "Rod" or "Hrōð", meaning "fame", and "olf" meaning "wolf" (see also Hroðulf; cf. Adolf)
Ruediger
Rüdiger is a male first and family name. Rüdiger is an old German name, which is from Germanic hroth / hruod "glory, glory", old high German ger "Ger, spear" is composed and so much means like glorious Spearman.
Ruggero
Ruggero, the Italian equivalent of Roger, may refer to:
Ruggiero
Ruggiero or Ruggero (pronounced roo-JEH-roh) is the Italian version of the Germanic name Roger and may refer to:
Ruhi
Ruhi (Arabic: روحي‎‎) may refer to:
Ruhullah
Ruhullah, also spelled Rouhollah, Ruhollah or Rohullah and in other ways (Arabic: روح ‌الله ‎‎ or روح الله or روح‌الله), is a male Muslim given name composed of the elements Ruh and Allah. It means spirit of God. It may refer to
Rukn al-Din
Rukn al-Din is a given name (Arabic: ركن الدين ‎‎) and may refer to: Rukn al-Din is a given name (Arabic: ركن الدين ‎‎) and may refer to:
Rumen
Rumen is a given name, and may refer to:
Rune
Rune is a masculine given name derived from the Old Norse word rún, meaning "secret". It is a popular name in Belgium, where it ranked in top thirty names for baby boys in 2006 and was the tenth most popular name for boys in 2006 in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Rúni, a variant of the name, was among the ten most popular names given to baby boys in the Faroe Islands, Denmark, in 2007. Notable people with the name include:
Rupert
Rupert or Rupert is a masculine given name. The name Rupert is old high German and means shiny as much as by his fame (hrod "Fame" =; = beraht "shiny").
Ruppert
Ruppert is a masculine given name.
Ruprecht
Ruprecht is a masculine given name.
Rushdi
Rushdi (Arabic: رشدي‎‎, IPA: [ruʃˈdiː]) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Rushdi (Arabic: رشدي‎‎, IPA: [ruʃˈdiː]) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Rustem
Rustem (Russian & #160; Рустем) is a Russian masculine given name, which also occurs in other Eastern European languages.
Rüstem
Rüstem is a Turkish given name for males (derived from the Persian name Rostam, the name of the Persian mythic hero Rostam) and may refer to:
Rüştü
Rüştü is a Turkish name, a form of the name Rushdi of Arabic origin, and may refer to:
Rutger
Rutger is a male given name common in the Netherlands, and a variant of the first name Roger.


Ruud
Ruud and Rud are surnames of Norwegian origin. Both are also Norwegian place names of numerous farmsteads named Rud or Ruud from Old Norse ruð meaning clearing. Ruud is also a Dutch masculine given name meaning "famous wolf" although it is also often short for Rudolf.
Ruvim
Ruvim (Cyrillic: Рувим) or Rufim (Руфим), is a Christian name found in South and East Slavic cultures.
Ruy
Ruy is a male given name and family name. Ruy is a medieval Spanish and Portuguese short form of the name Rodrigo. Also the spelling Rui is used in Portugal.
Ryan
Ryan is a given name in English, Persian, and Arabic languages. The English Ryan originates from the surname Ryan, which is an Anglicised form of the Irish Ó Riain. The Irish Rían/Ryan means "little king".
Ryō
Projects (りょう?) is a Japanese, typically male names.
Ryōhei
Ryōhei, Ryohei or Ryouhei (written: 良平, 領平, 涼平, 陵平, 亮平, 凌平, 凌兵, 量平 or 了平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryōichi
Ryōichi, Ryoichi or Ryouichi (written: 良一, 遼一, 僚一, 亮一 or 了一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryōji
Ryōji, Ryoji or Ryouji (written: 良二, 良治, 良司, 良仁, 涼至, 亮二, 亮司, 了滋, 領二 or 諒司) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryōma
Ryōma is a Japanese given name. It can be written with several kanji, including 龍馬 (which directly translate to "dragon" and "horse")
Ryōsei
Ryōsei, Ryosei or Ryousei (written: 遼生, 亮正 or 良生) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryōsuke
Ryōsuke (in hiragana: りょうすけ; in kanji: 亮輔, 亮弼, 涼介, 良介, etc.?) is a Japanese masculine given name. Other possible romanizations of the name include Ryosuke and Ryousuke.
Ryōta
Ryōta, Ryota or Ryouta is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryōtarō
Ryōtarō or Ryotaro is a masculine Japanese given name which can refer to:
Ryōzō
Ryōzō, Ryozo or Ryouzou (written: 良三 or 亮三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Rytis
Rytis is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Individuals with the name Rytis include:
Ryu
Ryūhei
Ryūhei, Ryuhei or Ryuuhei (written: 龍平, 隆平 or 竜平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūichi
Ryūichi, Ryuichi or Ryuuichi (written: 隆一, 龍一 or 竜一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūji
Ryūji or Ryuji (りゅうじ, リュウジ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Ryūki
Ryūki, Ryuki or Ryuuki (written: 龍紀, 龍輝 or 竜己) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūnosuke
Ryūnosuke, Ryunosuke or Ryuunosuke (written: 龍之介, 隆之介 or 竜之介 lit. "dragon herald") is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūsaku
Ryūsaku, Ryusaku or Ryuusaku (written: 柳作 or 竜策) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūsei
Ryūsei (隆聖 or 劉生?) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūsuke
Ryūsuke, Ryusuke or Ryuusuke (written: 隆介, 隆祐, 隆佑 or 竜介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūta
Ryūta, Ryuta or Ryuuta (written: 竜太, 隆太, 龍太) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūtarō
Ryūtarō or Ryutaro is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūya
Ryūya, Ryuya or Ryuuya (written: 若葉 or 柳也) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ryūzō
Ryūzō, Ryuzo or Ryuuzou (written: 隆三, 隆造, 龍三, 龍藏 or 竜三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:





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