Amparo is my grand mother's name! It is beautiful :)
Juillet. Seriously. Stinkin. Amazing. I can't get into Juliet, but I love Juillet so so much. :)
@emma - At least, I think it was Emma that suggested papillon. :) I love butterflies, but I don't really see it as a name. And Papillon is so much fun to say, though! (Can we just talk for a second about how much fun it is to say animals' names in French?! le lion. l'hippopotame (seriously! My favorite everrrr!), la girafe, le poisson, le cochon, le loup... le sigh. Why can't animal names be this much fun to say in English?! (And this little French Capucine is all to blame:
:)) Speaking of which, does Capucine apply here? I know it's used in France, so maybe not...
This may have already been mentioned, but Asante (prn similar to Uh-sahn-tay) is thank you in Swahili. Too much of a word for me personally to use, but I have met little Asante's here in the states. A guilty pleasure name of mine is Simba, which is, of course, Lion in Swahili. Nothing I could ever seriously use.