- Name :Chore
- Meaning :Robber; thief; someone who steals other's belongings, Robber, thief, someone who steals other's belongings
- Gender :Boy
- Religion :Hindu
Similar Names For Chore
- Gracecharming,elegant and graceful woman,grace how to a girl's name is pronounced grayce. it is of latin origin, and the meaning of grace, the grace, the blessing." of grâtia. a virtue name that you entered, by the puritans, in reference to the grace of god. has the same meaning as anna and hannah, and can be used as a variation of this. in ireland, it is like a anglisierung of grainne. greek mythology: the three graces were goddesses of nature: aglaia (brilliance), thalia (flowering), and euphrosyne (joy). the actress and princess grace kelly; singer grace jones; choreographer graciela daniele.,to please
- Ashtonfresno venue,fresno, tree, village protection, ash city,ash place,ashton as a young man by the name (less often girls in the name of ashton) is very ash-ten. it is the old english origin, and the meaning of ashton is "ash tree town". surname used as first name. occurs occasionally as a boys' - name in england from the 1600 years, but now it is mainly for girls, perhaps due to the vogue for ashley. the choreographer sir frederick ashton; the museum executive ashton hawkins, the actor ashton kutcher. also the shape of ashby.,ashton as a girl' name (also more frequent than kids his name ashton) is very ash-ten. it is the old english origin, and the meaning of ashton is "ash tree town". place name used from time to time, such as the name of a child, in the england of 1600 years, but is now used mostly for girls, maybe due to the popularity of ashley.,city of los fresnos
- Markgod of war, macho, male, ross, horse,also how a young man name is very next to him. it is of latin origin, and the importance of the brand is "dedicated to mars". anglisierte version of marcus. biblical: the roman surname of john mark, a missionary companion of peter and paul and writer, one of the four evangelienberichte of jesus. the famous writer mark twain (actually samuel clemens) has its name from the call of mississippi boatman: "mark twain!", this means that the water was two fathoms deep. explorer marco polo; the choreographer mark morris; new york governor mario cuomo; swimmer mark spitz; baseball player mark mcgwire; fashion designer marc jacobs, actor mark harmon, mark wahlberg.,represents mars, warlike,warring
- Morrisbrunette,dark-skinned, dark-skinned person,arab,morris how to a girl's name is pronounced mor-iss. it is of latin origin, and the importance of morris is the "dark-skinned, moorish". anglisierung of maurice. the choreographer mark morris.
- Hermesthe piles of stones,that hermes, as a young man by the name is pronounced her-mees. it is of greek origin, and the importance of hermes is "the messenger". mythology: hermes was the messenger of the gods in the pantheon was the god of eloquence. he was called mercury by the romans. the choreographer hermes pan.,the interpreters,the messenger of god
- Clioclio as a girl's name is pronounced kly-oh. it is of greek origin, and the importance of clio is "glory". from kleio (derived from "kleos"), a name from mythology, the muse of the historical board. there are nine muses, daughters of zeus and mnemosyne, and each represents an art or science. kalliope (epic poetry), terpsichore (choral song and dance), and thalis (comedy) have survived as a given name. also as a variant of cleo, nickname of cleopatra and the short form of cliona.,glory,messengers
- Mercermercer as a boy's name (also as a girl's name mercer), is pronounced mer-ser. it is the middle of english origin, and the importance of mercer is "the catch". name professional. children's books author/illustrator mercer mayer; choreographer merce cunningham; musician johnny mercer.,mercer as a girl's name (also as a girl's name mercer), is pronounced mer-ser. it is of english origin, and the importance of mercer is "dealer".,trader,retailer or store keeper
- Twylatwyla as a girl's name is pronounced twye-lah. it is of english origin. variant pre-escucha twila (english) in the dawn, the dusk. possibly in connection with the french word for star, etoile. in your case, also of twill, a type of fabric, or is presented as an improvisation on the willa or wilhelmina. the use is probably due to the dancer/choreographer twyla tharp and a character in a novel by zenna henderson.
- BalanchineRussian born United States dancer and choreographer noted for work in ballet., Russian born United States dancer and choreographer noted for work in ballet.
- Terpsichorejoy in the dance,terpsichore, as a girl's name is of greek origin, and the importance of terpsichore is "i want to dance". mythology: one of the nine muses.
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