Okay, so this is basically my 'other' section. But I like such strange names, I can't just call it 'other'. Besides, there are male wiccans. My brother proves that. There just aren't many... So there's a lot of names to go around the lot of them. I don't think there's any more male wiccans in Calgary than I have names here. No, that's not many.
- Ansel - blessed. (English)
- Anwar - luminous. (Arabic)
- Arden - to blaze or dazzle. (English)
- Ashe - from the ash tree. (Old English)
- Ashford - dweller by the oak-tree ford. (English)
- Ashlin - pool surrounded by ash trees. (English)
- Bairde - poet.
- Barnabas - son of prophecy. (Hebrew)
- Bentley - from the moor. (English)
- Brishen - born during a rain. (English)
- Connor - wolf lover. (Irish)
- Crevan - fox.
- Dante - to endure. (Latin)
- Flynne - red-haired. (Gaelic)
- Gavin - young hawk. (Scottish/Welsh)
- Hewitt - little smart one.
- Holt - son of the unspoiled forest. (English)
- Jacy - moon.
- Jolon - valley of the dead oaks. (Native-American)
- Kasch - like a black bird. (German)
- Lucyan - light. (Latin)
- Morgyn - sea dweller. (Celtic/Welsh)
- Pembroke - a broken hill. (Anglo-Saxon)
- Quillan - cub. (Celtic/Gaelic)
- Quinn - wise. (Celtic/Gaelic)
- Riordin - the king’s poet. (Gaelic)
- Rowan - little red one. (Gaelic/Norse)
- Sylvain - of the forest.
- Taban - sunshine, exhausted.
- Teague - poet.
- Wendell - wanderer.