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Meaning of the Name Apollo

The first name Apollo is of Latin, Arthurian Legend, Greek origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: God of the Sun
Arthurian Legend: Uncle of Tristan
Greek: Manly Beauty. in Greek Mythology, Apollo Was the God of Medicine and Healing Who Drove His Fiery Chariot (The Sun) Through the Sky
Greek: God of Truth and Light
Greek: Manly Beauty

Similar Names

Apolo | Appollo |

Related Names

Apollina  (French)
Gift from Apollo
Apolline  (French)
Gift from Apollo
Apollodorus  (Latin)
Name of a Greek Writer
Apollon  (Greek)
Variant of Apollo: Manly Beauty. in Greek Mythology, Apollo Was the God of Medicine and Healing Who Drove His Fiery Chariot (The Sun) Through the Sky
Apollonia  (Biblical)
Perdition, Destruction
Apollonia  (Biblical)
Perdition, Destruction
Apollonia  (Greek)
Of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Apollonia  (Latin)
Belonging to Apollo. Mythology; Apollo Was the Greek God of Sun; Light; Music; and Poetry
Apollonis  (Latin)
One of the Muses Worshipped at Delphi
Apollonius  (Biblical)
Destroying
Apollos  (Greek)
Variant of Apollo: Manly Beauty. in Greek Mythology, Apollo Was the God of Medicine and Healing Who Drove His Fiery Chariot (The Sun) Through the Sky
Apollos  (Biblical)
One Who Destroys; Destroyer
Apolo  (Greek)
Variant of Apollo: Manly Beauty. in Greek Mythology, Apollo Was the God of Medicine and Healing Who Drove His Fiery Chariot (The Sun) Through the Sky
Apoloniusz  (Polish)
Polish Form of Apollo 'God of the Sun'
Appolina  (Greek)
Variant of Apollonia: of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Appoline  (Greek)
Variant of Apollonia: of Apollo. St Apollonia Was a 3rd-century Martyr Who Had Her Own Teeth Knocked Out, Frequently Invoked Against Toothache
Aristaeus  (Greek)
Noble; Son of Apollo
ChIyses  (Greek)
A Priest of Apollo
Chryseis  (Latin)
Daughter of a Priest of Apollo
Chryses  (Latin)
Priest of Apollo
Daff  (Greek)
Diminutive of Daphne: Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: Britis
Dafne  (Israeli)
The Laurel Tree. The Mythological Virtuous Daphne Was Transformed into a Laurel Tree to Protect Her from Apollo
Daph  (Greek)
Diminutive of Daphne: Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: Britis
Daphne  (Greek)
Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: British Author Daphne Du Mau
Daphney  (Greek)
The Laurel Tree. The Mythological Virtuous Daphne Was Transformed into a Laurel Tree to Protect Her from Apollo
Delia  (Greek)
From Delos. Derived from the Name Delos, the Greek Island Where Apollo and the Goddess Artemis are Believed to Have Been Born. Also an Abbreviation of Cordelia and Adelia
Delphine  (Greek)
Dolphin. from the Greek Place Name Delphi, the Site of the Oracle of Apollo. Also from the Plant Name Delphinium
Erymanthus  (Greek)
Son of Apollo
Herophile  (Latin)
Priestess of Apollo
Hy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Hyacinth: from the Flower by the Same Name. in Greek Legend, the Hyacinth Sprouted from the Blood of the Youth Hyacinthus, Who Was Accidentally Killed by Apollo
Hyacinth  (Greek)
From the Flower by the Same Name. in Greek Legend, the Hyacinth Sprouted from the Blood of the Youth Hyacinthus, Who Was Accidentally Killed by Apollo
Hyacintha  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Hyacinth: from the Flower by the Same Name. in Greek Legend, the Hyacinth Sprouted from the Blood of the Youth Hyacinthus, Who Was Accidentally Killed by Apollo
Ion  (Greek)
Son of Apollo
Loni  (Greek)
Short Form of Apollonia
Orpheus  (Greek)
Son of Apollo
Zeuxippus  (Latin)
Son of Apollo

Additional Names

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