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Meaning of the Name Riva

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The first name Riva is of Latin, French, Hebrew origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Regain Strength
French: From the Shore
Hebrew: Bound, Riverbank

Similar Names

Ravi | Reba | Reve | Ribai | Ryba | Rafa | Rafa' | Reva | Rive | Rufa |

Related Names

Abran  (Hispanic)
Father of the Multitude. (Derivation of Hebrew Abram Meaning High Father?)
Amalia  (Italian)
From Amelia, a Derivative of the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labour. Hard Working
Amalie  (German)
From Amelia, a Derivative the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labor
Christopher  (English)
Bearing Christ; Evolution of the Middle English Christofre, Which is from the Late Latin Christophorouss, a Derivative of the Ecclesiastic Greek Christophoros, a Compound Name Composed from Christos (
Constantine  (Scottish)
Steadfast, Constant; Derived from the Late Latin Constantinus, a Derivative of Constans (Steadfast, Constant)
Diarmad  (Gaelic)
A Gaelic Name of Uncertain Derivation, Diarmad is Thought to Be from the Elements Di (Without) and Airmit (Injunction): Hence, 'Freeman.' Anglicized Forms: Dermid, Dermot, Diarmid
Falguni  (Hindu)
Beautiful, Derivative of Phalgun - a Month in the Indian Calendar
Farid  (Arabic)
Without Rival; One of a Kind
Foster  (English)
One Who Keeps the Forest. A Foster Child, Foster Parent, or a Cutler. Also a Derivative of the Surname Forester. Used As Both a Surname and Given Name. Famous Bearers: Twentieth Century American Polit
Frangag  (Gaelic)
From France; a Gaelic Derivation of Frances. (Fran-sas)
Gavin  (Scottish)
A Scottish Derivative of the Old German Name Gawin, Meaning 'District of Land'. Also a Variant of the Scottish Name Gawain, Meaning Little Hawk or White Hawk
Gilbert  (Scottish)
A Famous Pledge; Derived from the Old French Guillebert, a Derivative of the Old High German Gisilberht, Which is Composed from the Elements Gisil (Pledge) and Beraht (Bright, Famous)
Harold  (English)
Army Commander. Army, Weald Power. Derivative of Hereweald. Famous Bearers: King Harold Ii of England Who Was Killed in the Battle of Hastings In
Isla  (Scottish)
Modern Derivation from Islay, Which is the Name of a Scottish Island. (I-lay)
Israar  (Muslim)
Variant of Israr: Secrecy. Privacy
Israr  (Muslim)
Secrecy. Privacy
Keith  (Scottish)
A Surname Originated from Several Name of Places, Which are of Uncertain Derivation. Keith Might Be Formed from a Gaelic Root Meaning 'The Wind' or 'Wood.' the Use of Keith As a Given Name Dates to th
LaVyrle  (English)
Famous Bearer: Bestselling Romance Lovelist Lavyrle Spencer. Origin Unknown. May Be a Derivative of the French Laverna, Meaning Born in the Spring
Marcella  (Scottish)
Derived from the French Marcelle, a Feminine Form of Marcel. Uncertain Derivation and Meaning. (Mar-seh-lah)
Marcus  (Scottish)
Latin Name of Uncertain Derivation. Most Believe it Has Its Root in Mars, the Name of the Roman Mythological God of War, and is Therefore Given the Meaning 'War-like.' Others Think it is from Mas (Man
Martin  (English)
War-like; from the Latin Martinus, a Derivative of Mars, the Name of the Roman Mythological God of War
Nadidah  (Muslim)
Equal to Another Person. Rival
Nicholas  (Scottish)
Victory of People. Used from the Old French Nicolas, Which is from the Latin Nicolaus, a Derivative of the Greek Nikolaos, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Nike (Victory) and Laos (The People)
Oighrig  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Believed to Be Derived Either from Aithbhreac (New Speckled One) or from the Greek Euphemia (Fair Speech). Anglicization: Africa, Effie, Efric, Erica, Euphemia, Harriet, Henri
Philip  (English)
Lover of Horses; from the Latin Philippus, a Derivative of the Greek Philippos, Which is Composed from the Elements Philos (Loving) and Hippos (Horse). The Name is Borne in the Bible by One of the Twe
Pirathon  (Biblical)
His Dissipation or Deprivation; His Rupture
Quentin  (Scottish)
A Borrowing from the French, Quentin is from the Latin Quenttnus, a Derivative of the Roman Personal Name Quintus, Which is from Quintus (The Fifth)
Rivalen  (Arthurian Legend)
Tristan's Father
Rona  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Rona Can Be a Feminine Form of Ronald (Wise Ruler, Powerful Ruler) or a Borrowing of the Name of a Hebridean Island. Variations: Rhona. (Ro-nah)
Selma  (Teutonic)
Divine Helmet. A Feminine Derivative of Anselm
Senga  (Scottish)
The Name Formed Either by Spelling Agnes Backward or As a Derivative of the Gaelic Seang (Slender, Lanky). See Agnes. (Sen-gah)
Sugriva  (Indian)
one with graceful neck
Teja  (Irish)
Unrivalled Beauty
Thurio  (Shakespearean)
'Two Gentlemen of Verona' a Foolish Rival to Valentine
Tyfiell  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyfiell  (Irish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyfiell  (Teutonic)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyree  (Scottish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyreece  (Teutonic)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyreece  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyreece  (Irish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrel  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrel  (Irish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrel  (Teutonic)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrell  (Irish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrell  (Teutonic)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyrelle  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
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