- Name :Harlem
- Meaning :A variant of name Harlim; Name of a vibrant neighborhood in the New York city, A variant of name Harlim, Name of a vibrant neighborhood in the New York city
- Gender :Boy
Similar Names For Harlem
- Ambroseambrose how to a girl's name is pronounced am brohz. it is of greek origin, and the importance of ambrosio is "immortal". in english the form of the end of the huts of america, called the ambrose, from greek ambrosios. saint ambrose (fourth century) was the bishop of milan, after having been baptized by st. augustine, st. ambrosius (eighth century), was a tutor of charlemagne. the name is most common in greece, as in english-speaking countries. the writer ambrose bierce, civil war, general ambrose e. burnside.,immortal,immortal,the immortal being
- Olivera descendant of the ancestors,of the eleven, warrior,elb-army; ancient relic, olive tree (peace),olive tree,oliver as a girl's name is pronounced ah-lih-states. it is of latin origin, and the importance of oliver is "olive tree". name of one of the knights of charlemagne, in the century of 12th poem "chanson de roland". in your case, also alfihar (alt-english) "host of elves" or olafr old norse) "ancestors". biblical: the olive tree is a symbol of fertility, beauty, and dignity. today, extend an olive branch" traditionally signifies an offer of peace. literary: the main character of dickens' "oliver twist". director oliver stone, actor oliver platt.
- Rolandfamous in the country,famous all over the country,roland how a young man by the name is pronounced in raw land. it is of old german origin, and the importance of roland is "famous in the country." roland is celebrated in french and italian, poetic and romantic sagas as a hero in the service of charlemagne. orlando is more common in several european languages, and rowland was the preferred version in english in the past.
- Clariceand clear,clear, clear,clarice how to a girl's name is of latin origin, and the importance of clarice is "fame". medieval english and french form of claritia, which also means to have "fame" (of "clarus," which means "famous"), but, as the name, probably an elaboration of clara. in english the form of the french clarisse, which is a form of clarissa. he was taken by a character that appears in some versions of the medieval village of legends about roland and the other paladins of charlemagne. also the form of the claire.,illustrious, illuminated
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