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4 Wing names and what they mean, for wing for baby boys, listing 1-4.
Bartlet .. The liberal, scholarly President on the TV series "The West Wing" is called Josiah Bartlett, a name with old-money New England connotations.
Daedalus .. To keep his services, Minos had him imprisoned in the labyrinth, and Daedalus made wings from wax and feathers for himself and his son Icarus to escape.
Mercury .. Its ancient root also evolved into terms such as "merchant", "market", and "mercenary", showing the influence of the wing-footed Roman god of science and commerce, and the bustle of commercial life ..
Seraphim .. They have six wings and are noted for their zealous love ..
Bartlet, Daedalus, Mercury and Seraphim are rare names. (2000 U.S. Census)
Gregory .. He founded monasteries, reorganized papal administration and fostered the development of the Gregorian chants ..
Abner .. Biblical: King Saul of Israel's army chief, a valiant warrior and clever strategist ..
Androcles .. When Androcles was later tossed into an arena to face the traditional band of ravenous lions, he encountered the same lion which set him free ..
Ardal .. (Irish, Gaelic) "High or bear-like valor."
Concord .. A Puritan virtue name and also a place name: the capital city of New Hampshire and the small town northwest of Boston linked with the American Revolution and later home to a bevy of 19th-century literary figures.
Ainsley .. Also transferred use of the Scottish surname Ainslie, which is borne by a powerful family long established in the Scottish borders.
Berkeley .. In America probably most famous as the San Francisco suburb that is home to a branch of the University of California ..
Chesley .. (Old English, Latin) "Meadow of the camp."
Amos .. (Hebrew) "To carry." ..
Booker .. Transferred use of the surname, in origin an occupational name for either a scribe, a binder of books, or a bleacher of cloth ..
Colgate .. Associated in America with a soap-manufacturing company, and an Ivy League college ..
Covey .. Author Stephen Covey.
Bligh .. Related to Bliss and Blythe, but due to the fame of English sea captain William Bligh, whose crew on the HMS Bounty mutinied in 1789, it has taken on connotations of severity, even tyranny ..
Faraj .. (Arabic) "To cure."
Bryan .. Singer Bryan Ferry.
Hamilton .. (Old English) "Flat-topped hill." ..
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