Disclaimer: It is not my intention to offend anybody. These are simply my own speculations.

Commonly Used Names

Aisha: Arabic for “to be alive

Andre/Andrea: Greek for “man/woman

Angelo: Italian for “angel

Ashante: Twi for “warlike,” also the name of a tribe

Chantal: French for “stony place” and “song

Dante: Latin for “enduring

Darius: Persian for “possessing goodness

Jafar: Arabic for “stream

Jamal: Arabic for “beauty

Jermaine: Latin for “Germanic,” which has an non-conclusive etymology, but it could mean “spear man” or “neighbor

Kareem: Arabic for “generous/noble

Keisha/Kizzy: Hebrew for “spice tree/cinnamon

Lamar: French for “the pool

Leroy: French for “the king

Marcus/Marquess: Latin for “Mars” and Old French for “marsh-ruler

Michael: Hebrew for “Who is like God?

Rashad: Arabic for “good guidance/sense

Reese: Welsh for “enthusiasm

Shaka: after Zulu King Shaka

Shafiq: Arabic for “compassionate

Shaun/Siobhan: Irish Gaelic for the Hebrew name meaning “given by God

Tamim: Arabic for “strong

Tanya: diminutive form of “Tatiana

Toya: diminutive form of “Victoria

Tyrone: Irish Gaelic for “land of Eoghan

Vaughn: Welsh for “little/younger

Wanda: Germanic for “a Wend,” which itself means “friend” in Old Germanic

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Commonly Used Elements

La+/L’+: French for “the

Da+/De+/D’+/Ta+/T’+: French for “of

Ba+: Yoruba meaning “king

Ta+/T’+: French for “your

Tami+: Tamim

Ja+: God

Jerm+: Hebrew for “will exalt,” or shortened form of Jermaine with the “spear” or “neighbor” meaning

Tre+/Tray+: Cornish for “home/town

Tyr+: Irish Gaelic for “land”

Kyr+: after kyrie, a Christian prayer

Ri+(shawn): Reese

+Von+: Vaughan

+Shon+: Shaun

+Mika: shortened feminine form of Michael

+Tanya

+Toya: Latin for “victory”

+a: feminine

+ell/+elle

+antes: used in Latin plural forms

+isha: Hebrew for “woman,” Swahili for “finish, end,” or shortened form of Aisha

+ondre/+ondria: Andre/Andrea

Common Naming Conventions

Portmanteau: Shauniqua (Shafiq+Shaun)

Compound: Sha’condria (Shaka+Andrea)

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