|Meaning||God is Good|
Toby is a popular, usually male, name in many English speaking countries. The name is from the Middle English vernacular form of Tobias. Tobias itself is the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew טוביה Toviah, which translates to Good is Yahweh. Yahweh is the name of the Jewish God. Toby is also an alternate form of Tobias.
It is also used as a contraction of Tobin, an Irish surname now also used as a forename.
Murphy is an Irish surname.
Nathan is a masculine given name and it's a short form of Jonathan. It is derived from the Hebrew verb נָתָן meaning gave. The meaning of the name in Jewish culture could be rendered "he has given" "gift from God"
John is a common male given name in the English language ultimately of Hebrew origin. The English form is from Middle English Ion, Ihon, Jon, Jan (mid-12c.), itself from Old French Jan, Jean, Jehan, from Medieval Latin Johannes, altered form of Late Latin Ioannes, or the Middle English personal name is directly from Medieval Latin, which is from the Greek name Ioannis (Ιωάννης), originally borne by Hellenized Jews transliterating the Hebrew name Yochanan, the contracted form of the longer name Yehochanan, meaning "Yahweh is Gracious" or "Yahweh is Merciful". There are numerous forms of the name in different languages; these were formerly often simply translated as "John" in English, but are increasingly left in their native forms.
Adam is a common masculine given name in the English language, of Hebrew origin.
Tobias is the transliteration of the Koinē Greek: Τωβίας which is a translation of the Hebrew biblical name טוֹבִיה, Toviyah, 'Yah is good'. With the biblical Book of Tobit being present in the Deuterocanonical books and Biblical apocrypha, Tobias is a popular male given name for both Christians and Jews in English-speaking countries, German-speaking countries, the Low Countries, and Scandinavian countries. In English-speaking countries, it is often shortened to Toby. In German, this name appears as Tobias or Tobi; in French as Tobie; and in Swedish as Tobias or Tobbe. Tobias has also been a surname.
Perkins is a surname derived from the Anglo-Saxon corruption of the kin of Pierre, introduced into England by the Norman Conquest. It is found throughout mid- and southern England.
Jack is a given name, a diminutive of John or Jackson; alternatively, it may be derived from Jacques, the French form of James or Jacob. Since the late 20th century, Jack has become one of the most common names for boys in many English-speaking countries. Jack is also used to a lesser extent as a female given name, often as a shortened version of Jacqueline.
Danny is a masculine given name. It is related to the male name Daniel. It may refer to:
Ian or Iain is a name of Scottish Gaelic origin, derived from the Hebrew given name יוֹחָנָן and corresponding to the English name John. The spelling Ian is an Anglicization of the Scottish Gaelic forename Iain. It is a popular name in Scotland, where it originated, as well as other English-speaking countries.
Jamie is a unisex name. Traditionally a masculine name, it can be diminutive form of James or, more rarely, other names and is of Scottish Gaelic origin. It is also given as a name in its own right. Since the late 20th century it has been used as an occasional feminine name particularly in the United States.
Carter is a family name, and also may be a given name. Carter is of Irish, Scottish and English origin and is an occupational name given to one who transports goods by cart or wagon ultimately of Celtic derivation. It may also appear as an English reduced form of the Irish and Scottish Gaelic derived McCarter or the Scottish-Gaelic Mac Artair with Mc meaning "son of." Its appearance and pronunciation as Carter may also be the Anglicized form of the Irish Mac Artúir, Cuirtéir, or Ó Cuirtéir. The name is related to the Gaelic word cairt meaning cart, and ultimately from the Latin carettarius. Additionally, in Gaelic, the word "cairtear", which means tourist or sojourner, is also related. Following the Norman invasion of Ireland in the 1100s Roman Catholic English derived Carter's also arrived in Ireland and settled into walled towns established by the Normans. These Anglo-Normans assimilated into Irish culture, adopting Irish Gaelic customs, language, and religion unlike later English and Scottish Protestant planter settlers in Ireland who arrived between the 1550s and 1700 and mainly settled in Ulster during the plantation of Ulster, establishing the Ulster Protestant community.
Derek is a masculine given name. It is the English language short form of Diederik, the Low Franconian form of the name Theodoric. Theodoric is an old Germanic name with an original meaning of "people-ruler".
Shaun is an anglicized spelling of the Irish name Seán. Alternative spellings include Shawn, Sean,and Shawne
Cross is an English topographic surname for someone who lived on a road near a stone cross.
Evan is both an English, Malayalam and Welsh given name derived from "Iefan", a Welsh form for the name John. In other languages it bears similarities to "Ivan", "Ian", and "Juan"; the name John itself is derived from the ancient Hebrew name יְהֹוחָנָן Yəhôḥānān, which means "Yahweh is gracious". Evan can also be the shortened version of the Greek names "Evangelos" and "Evander". While mostly male, the name is also given to women, as with actress Evan Rachel Wood, leading some to characterise it as unisex. It may also be encountered as a surname, of which Evans is the most common version.
Shane is mainly a masculine given name. It is an anglicized version of the Irish name Seaghán/Seán, which itself is cognate to the name John. Shane comes from the way the name Seán is pronounced in the Ulster dialect of the Irish language, as opposed to Shaun or Shawn.
Tyler is a given name which is gender-neutral but predominantly male, as well as a surname.
Ned is an English given name and variant of Ed, sometimes short for Edward, Edmund, Edgar, or Edwin. Ned can also be a diminutive for the Slavic name Nedeljko.
Scott is a masculine given name of Scottish origin. Notable people and fictional characters with the name include:
Sam is a given name as well as a nickname, often used by people named Samuel, Samson, and Samantha.