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Names That Mean Rion

86 names found for "Rion"   (page 1 of 2) 

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Looking for names that mean Rion? We couldn't find the exact name Rion, but listed below are some first names meaning Rion or names similar to the word Rion.

Similar Names

Ramon | Ranon | Ren | Rhun | Rian | Rimmon | Rinan | Roan | Ron | Roni |

Related Names

Adrion  (Latin)
From Adria.: (Adriatic Sea Region.)
Adrion  (English)
From Adria.: (Adriatic Sea Region.)
Aeriona  (Latin)
Beauty
Alastrina  (Irish)
Alexandrina (Alestriona)
Alastriona  (Celtic)
Defends Mankind
Alastriona  (Irish)
Feminine Form of Alastair, Meaning Avenger
Andrion  (Latin)
Of the Adriatic
Arian  (Welsh)
Silver. Derived from Greek Arion, Mythological Magic Horse Born to Poseidon and Demeter
Arion  (Hebrew)
With Melody
Arion  (Latin)
Name of a Greek Poet
Arion  (Hebrew)
Melodious
Arion  (Greek)
.A Greek Poet and Musician. The Mythological Magic Talking Horse Born to Poseidon and Demeter
Brion  (Celtic)
Variant of Brian: Brave; Virtuous
Brione  (Greek)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brione  (English)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brioni  (Greek)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brioni  (English)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brionna  (Greek)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brionna  (English)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brionne  (Greek)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brionne  (English)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Brionne  (English)
Combination of Brent and Dionne
Briony  (English)
From the Plant Name, the Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine. Used Commonly As a First Name Since the Early Th Century
Briony  (Greek)
The Name of a Flowering Vine Used in Folk Medicine
Bryanna  (Gaelic)
Power, Fortitude (Brianna, Briona, Bryann, Bryanne, Bryanna)
Cait  (Scottish)
Derived from the English Kate; Also Short for of Gaelic Caitriona (Pure, Unsullied). Variations: Ceit (Kate)
Caitir  (Scottish)
Pure; Derived from Caitriona, Which is a Gaelic Form of Katherine. (Kay-tr)
Caitriona  (Greek)
Pure
Caitriona  (Gaelic)
Pure, Unsullied; a Gaelic Form of Katherine. Anglicization: Catriona and Catrina. Variations: Caitriana, Catrina, Catriona. Short Forms: Cait, Ceit. Pet: Ceiteag, Tnona. (Kay-tree-o-nah)
Cari  (Spanish)
Abbreviation of Caridad Meaning Dear; Darling. A Star in the Orion Constellation
Catriona  (Latin)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. it Was Borne by a Number of Saints, Including St Catherine of Alexandria, a Th Century Martyr Who Suffere
Catriona  (Greek)
Variant of Katrina: Pure. Clear
Catriona  (Scottish)
Variant of Katherine Meaning Pure
Catriona  (Gaelic)
Pure, Clear. A Scottish Gaelic Variant of 'Catherine', Which is the French Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Th Century Author Robert Louis Stev
Catriona  (English)
Pure; an Anglicized Form of Gaelic Caitriona. Variations: Catrina. (Kat-ree-o-nah)
Catriona  (French)
Variant of Catherine: Pure, Clear. Form of the Latin Katharina, from the Greek Aikaterina
Catriona  (Irish)
Variant of Katherine Meaning Pure
Catriona  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Pure
Clarion  (Arthurian Legend)
Name of a King
Cornelius  (Latin)
From a Roman Clan Name Which is Derived from the Latin 'Cornu' Meaning Horn. Famous Bearers - a Devout Centurion Converted to Christianity by St Peter, a 3rd-century Pope, American Cornelius Vanderbil
Darion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrion  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Name Darren
Dorion  (Greek)
Variant of Dorian: Place Name in Greece
Dorion  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Euryle  (Latin)
Mother of Orion
Garion  (French)
Guards; Guardian
Garion  (German)
Guards; Guardian
Gurion  (Hebrew)
My Lion Cub
Hilarion  (Latin)
Happy
86 names found for "Rion"   (page 1 of 2) 

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