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This is the onomatology (study of names) page for Riverblossom Hills.

  • Riverblossom: Could refer to the "Blossom" which is a flower of a fruit tree, or could mean "The blossom of the river", in other meaning, the title could use the meaning of Blossom being "Growth", or "Flourishing", which could possibly mean "The flourishing of the river" or "Flourishing river"
  • Hills: Plural of "Hill", which is an area of land that is higher than the surrounding land.

The Greenman family Edit

  • Greenman "grow green, make green," "vegetables," "of tender age, youthful"
  • Jason (In Greek mythology) son of Aeson, leader of the Argonauts "to heal."
  • Rose (flower rose) "The rose was a special growth of Macedonia" "cheerful" "promising". This name seems fitting, as both Rose and Daisy are PlantSims, and Roses and Daisies are flowers, a type of plant.
  • Daisy (flower daisy) "day's eye," "sun's eye". This name seems fitting, as Rose and Daisy are PlantSims and Roses and Daisies are flowers, a type of plant.

The McGreggor family Edit

  • 'McGreggor: The name is Anglicised form of the Scottish Gaelic MacGriogair. The Gaelic means "son of Griogar"
  • Leod: This name is a Gaelic form of the Old Norse Ljótr, meaning "ugly".
  • Donald: From the Gaelic name Domhnall which means "ruler of the world".
  • Fiona: Feminime form of "Fionn" meaning "fair" or "white".
  • Rory: Anglicized form of "Ruaidhrí" which means "red king" from Irish ruadh ("Red").
  • Dona: "Lady"
  • Wallace: Means "foreigner, stranger" from the Norman French waleis.
  • Gawain: Meaning uncertain.
  • Morven: From a Scottish place name meaning "big gap".

The O'Mackey family Edit

  • O'Mackey: Meaning uncertain.
  • Gabe: Short form of "Gabriel" From the Hebrew name גַבְרִיאֵל (Gavri'el) meaning "God is my strong man". Gabriel was one of the seven archangels in Hebrew tradition.
  • Alexandra: Feminine form of "Alexander" meaning "defending man".
  • Jules: Diminutive of Julia.
  • Seth: Means "placed" or "appointed".
  • Prudence: "good judgement".
  • Heath: From an English surname which denoted one who lived on a heath.
  • Jaiden: Variant of "Jaden", which is an invented name.
  • O'hara: An Anglicized form of the Irish name Ó hEaghra.
  • Ira: Means "watchful" in Hebrew.
  • Gabriella: Feminine of "Gabriel".
  • Teatherton: Meaning uncertain.
  • Johnathan: Variant of "Jonathan".
  • Sarah: Means "lady, princess, noblewoman" in Hebrew.

The Roth family Edit

  • Roth: Old German origin meaning "red." Possibly refers to hair or complexion.
  • Morty: Shortened form of "Mortimer", which in French, means "death".
  • Stella: Means "star" in Latin.
  • Sandra: Shortened form of Cassandra, which is a feminine and shortened form of "Alexander" meaning "defending man".
  • Xander: Shortened form of "Alexander" meaning "defending man".
  • Cassidy: From an Irish surname which was derived from Ó Caiside meaning "descendant of Caiside".
  • Sara: Means "Lady, princess, noblewoman" in Hebrew.
  • Tyronne: Meaning uncertain.
  • Justine: Feminine form of "Justin".
  • Hickey: A common surname of Irish origin. The original form is "Ó hÍceadha".
  • Jonathan: "Yahweh has given".
  • Jennifer: "Fair", "White".
  • Chesterson: "Son of Chester"
  • James: English language New Testament (Late Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (Jacob).
  • Sally: Diminutive of "Sarah".
  • Homer: "Hostage, pledge".
  • Tabitha: Means "gazelle" in Aramaic.
  • Swank: Americanized form of German Schwank or Schwenk.
  • Harlow: From a surname which was from a place name which was derived from Old English hær "rock" and "army", combined with hlaw "hill".
  • Edna: Angelicized form of "Eithne" meaning "kernel" in Gaelic.
  • Goldstein: Surname of German origin meaning "Gold stone".
  • Annabelle: A combination of "Anna" and "Belle".
  • Gavin: Medieval form of Gawain, meaning uncertain.
  • Betty: Diminutive of "Elizabeth" meaning "my God is an oath" or perhaps "my God is abundance".
  • Nathaniel: "God has given".
  • Carmela: Means "Garden" in Hebrew.

The Viejo family / Shikibu family / Sutter family / Harris family / Martin family / Casas family / Augustine familyEdit

  • Viejo: Means "Old" (for male) in Spanish. "Old" "aged" "ancient" "long standing".
  • Catherine: French form of Katherine, means "Pure" and/or "Clear".
  • Julio: Means "Youthful".
  • Shikibu: Surname of Japanese origin - Meaning unknown.
  • Tesuo: Meaning unknown.
  • Itsumi: Name of Japanese origin - Meaning unknown.
  • Victoria: Means "victory" in Latin.
  • Nobutaka: Name of Japanese origin - Different meanings depending on the kanji used.
  • Cleo: Short form of "Cleopatra".
  • Sutter: Meaning unknown.
  • Henry: From the Germanic name Heimirich which meant "Home Ruler".
  • Violene: Variation of "Violet".
  • Soloman: Variation of "Solomon", a Hebrew name meaning "Peace".
  • Diane: French form of "Diana", meaning "Divine".
  • Harris: Surname from the given name "Harry", which is a form of "Henry" which means "Home Ruler".
  • Chester: From a surname which originally belonged to a person who came from Chester, an old Roman settlement in Britain. The name of the settlement came from Latin castrum "fortified place".
  • Augustine: From the Roman name Augustinus, itself derived from the Roman name "Augustus", which means "Great".
  • Martin: From the Latin "Martinus", a derivative of "Mars", genitive "Martis", the Roman god of fertility and war.
  • Armando: Latin form of "Herman", meaning "Army man".
  • Isabel: Medieval Occitan form of "Elizabeth".
  • Joseph: From the Hebrew name "Yosef" meaning "He will add".
  • Linda: Means "Beautiful".
  • Andrew: From the Greek name "Andreas", meaning "Manly" or "Masculine".
  • Elena: From "Helen", meaning "Torch" or "Corposant".
  • Jacob: "Holder of the heel" or "Supplanter".
  • Casas: Meaning unknown.
  • Nicolas: Means "Victory of the people".
  • Yolanda: Possibly meaning "Violet".
  • Augustine: From the Roman name Augustinus, itself derived from the Roman name "Augustus", which means "Great".
  • Miguel: Spanish and Portuguese form of "Michael".
  • Frida: Meaning "Peace".
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