Continuing with the theme of Halloween-type names, here are some names whose meanings relate to the words “dust,” “scream,” and “shriek.”
Kiran means “dust,” “sunbeam,” and “thread” in Sanskrit.
Aldonas is a rare Lithuanian name possibly derived from the Old Lithuanian ver aldoti (to scream, to shout, to make noise), combined with the patronymical suffix onis.
Emathion means “sandy” in Greek, derived from emathoeis, which in turn is derived from amathos (dust, sand, sandy soil).
Galarr means “screamer” in Old Norse.
Gillingr roughly means “son of a scream” or “belonging to a scream” in Old Norse.
Hawar means “to scream” in Sorani, a Kurdish language.
Kanzou can mean “three screams,” “storehouse of screams,” “to hide a scream,” “to own a scream,” “scream structure,” “scream physique,” and “to make a scream” in Japanese.
Kekrops means “screaming voice” in Greek.
Kyousei can mean, roughly, “to scream at a star” or “star scream” in Japanese.
Agasaya may mean “shrieker.” She was an early Semitic goddess of war, who later merged into Ishtar as the warrior of the sky.
Aphra, or Aphrah, is both a variation of a Latin nickname for an African woman and a variation of Afrah, a Biblical place name meaning “dust.” Aphrah is the common Anglicization of the Hebrew Afrah.
Himei can mean “scream” and “shriek” in Japanese.