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The real meaning of Characters' Names
Hebrew for "a father's joy." Affectionate, sincere, sympathetic
Hebrew "father of a multitude." Serious minded, affectionate, simple tastes
Teutonic "noble cheer." Commanding, influential, practical
Greek "a man." Powerful, magnetic, interested in medicine and surgery
Latin "inestimable." Ascetic, philosophical
Hebrew "son of furrows." Ostentatious, proud, affectionate, responds greatefully to friendship
Hebrew "oath of God." Modest, eoloquent, charming
French "beautiful, handsome"
Scottish "sweet and good."
Celtic/Gaelic "broad shouldered."
Old English "fiery hill, sword."
Old German "strong melody, song." Energetic, wise, unemotional
Greek "helper of man", "one whose warnings are ignored", can also mean "confuser of men."
The name of a district in London ... in Old English means
"limestone place of landing."
Latin "dove." Bold, sentimental, passionate
Celtic "dark grey." Graceful, talented, makes many friends
English "trust, faith."
Jack/John (also Ivan)
Hebrew "grace of the lord." Ingenuous, trusting, honest, prefers sport to work
Celtic "white wave." Courageous, graceful, straightforward, selfless
Latin "downy cheeked." Dazzling, amorous, superficial
Greek name in origin, meaning pure and esteemed one
Greek "protector of mankind."
Latin "light." Cultured, fastidious, sometimes petty minded and frivolous, variable in temperament
Persian "pearl." Carefree, firm, forgiving
Hebrew "he who is unto God." Sympathetic, gentle, wise
Hebrew "bitterness." Placid, sympathetic, highly developed sense of humor
Hebrew "grace." Graceful, practical, excellent mother
Latin "noble." Extravagent, happier unmarried
Greek "lover of horses." Loving, but changeable nature, extravagent, cannot be happy without money
Latin "king." Witty, energetic, generous, often marries
Latin "of Rome." (as in Italy, as in where the DiMeras hailed from ...)
Armaic "listens well."
Hebrew "God is gracious."
Greek "crown." refined, amiable, fearless, obstinate
Greek "divine gift." Upright, honest, pure, somewhat old fashioned
Aramaic "twin." Practical, conscientious. Direct, little imagination, strong passions
Latin "conqueror." Strong, manly, intolerant of the failings
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