Sacred Fire Names

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Arabic

Niran “flames”
Nuri “fire”
Nuria “fire”
Armenian
Hourig “small fire”

Balkan & Slavic
Aguya Kalmyk “woman of fire”
Basia “fire”

Gabija “fire”
Pelenas “place of fire”
Plamen “fire, flame”
Sarafim “fire serpent”
Sarafin “fire serpent”
Titus “fire, to burn”

Egyptian
El Nar “fire”
Khet “fire”
Tauret “protective fire”
Uraeus “fire of life”

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English
Brande “firebrand”
Ember “smoldering remains”
Kenna “born of fire”

French
Cendrillion “of the ashes”
Cinderella “of the ashes”

German
Blas “firebrand”
Blasa “firebrand”

Greek
Celosia “burning”
Effie “fair flame”
Electra “fiery sun”
Pyralis “of fire”
Tana “fire or star goddess”

Hawaiian
Kalama “Flaming torch”
Keahi “Flames, fire”

 Hebrew
Adara “fire”
Nuri “flaming lights
Seraphina “Burning fire”

India & Hindi
Anala “fiery”
Angarika “flame of the forest”
Arati “divine fire in a ritual”
Banhi “fire”
Idris “fiery”
Jwala “flame”
Jyoti “flame, lamp”
Jyotika “light, flame”
Udipti “on fire”
Vahni “fire”
Vanhishikha “flame”

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Irish, Celtic & Gaelic
Adan “fire”
Adeen “fire”
Aidan “fire”
Aideen “fire”
Aine “fire or joy”
Aithne “fire”
Ea “fire”
Edna “fire”
Eithne “fire”
Edana “Fire”
Eithna “Fire”

Ena “Fire”
Enya “little fire”
Etain “little fire”
Luighseach “burning fire”
Keegan “bright flame”

Italian & Latin
Ardere “fire”
Calida “fiery”
Callida “fiery”
Fiametta “fiery one”
Fiamette “little fiery one”
Igantia “fiery”
Ignacia “fiery”
Iniga “fiery”
Neci “fiery, passionate”
Necia “fiery, passionate”
Vesta “hearth fire”

Native American
Chante-peta “fire heart (Sioux)”
Keezheekoni “burning fire (Cheyenne)”

 Norse
Afl “hearth fire”
Brenna “fire”
Elda “fire woman”
Eldrid “fiery soul”

Seydir “cooking fire”
Bal “fire”
Bruni “fire”
Eldr “fire”
Hauga Eldr “fire from the grave”

Hyrr “fire”
Villieldr “wild fire”

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Persian
Aturdokht “daughter of fire”
Azar “fire, 9th moon calendar”
Golnar “center of a flame”
Shaleh “flame”
Sholeh “fire, flame”
Souzan “burning, flaming”

Spanish
Ignacia “fire”
Brendika “fire”
Brenna “blazing light”
Brenneka “fire”
Brenneke “fire”
Orinda “fire serpent”

 Turkish
Alev “flame”
Atesh “flame”
Nuraya “fire”
Nuriye “fire”


Photos and Art: From top to bottom: Firewoman by Aaron Hubrich,  Stonehenge Aurora, Edinburgh, Scotland Beltane Fire Society, Genasi by Twen5.

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