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Srecha, srech ah

Srecha is the name of a Serbian Goddess of fate who spins and cuts the thread of life. The name may be related to sreča meaning "luck".

Tara, TAR ah

Ancient Tara was the site of the "stone of destiny" of Irish Pagan lore and the seat of the ancient Irish Kings. This interpretation of the name Tara may mean "place of great prospect" or perhaps "Queen". It is also one of the many names of the wife of Shiva of Hindu lore and means "star" in Sanskrit.

Thora, THOR uh or TOR uh

Thora is a name of Norse origin meaning either "Thunder" or a feminized form of Thor.

In Norse myth, Thora is the daughter of Hakon and wife of a King called Elf with whom the hero Gudrun took refuge.

Tyra, TEER ah

Tyra is a girl's name referencing the Norse God Tyr.

Vesna, ves NAH

A Vesna is a female spirit of springtime in Slavic lore. The word is also used as a poetic name for the spring season.

Vesna, ves NAH

A Vesna is a female spirit of springtime in Slavic lore. The word is also used as a poetic name for the spring season.

Vigdis, VEE dis

Vigdis is a name of Norse origin meaning War Goddess, or a feminine spirit related to war.

Zarya, ZAHR yah

Zarya is a Russian name meaning "dawn" "sunrise" "morning" & etc. It is also the name of the Slavic maiden Goddess of dawn.

Živa, zhjee VA

A name for the Slavic Goddess associated with life, fertility, love and springtime, her name means "living, existing, being". She is mentioned in The Baptism on the Savica.

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