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  1. #1276
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    Lysias (m) is the name of a famous Ancient Greek logographer.

  2. #1278
    I recently discovered Sylvi, a variant of Solveig
    TTC late 2019

    Éowyn Léonie ~ Priya Aveline ~ Sylvie Morwenna ~ Freya Beatrix
    Lowenna Giselle ~ Zelda Marigold ~ Octavia Maeve

    Emrys Bjørn ~ Alasdair Jude ~ Arthur Rainier ~ Cassian Aladár
    Soren Evander ~ Aneirin Piers

  3. #1280
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    Jan 2019
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    Arion is a Greek, male name. Arion is a mythological figure who is the twin brother to his sister, Despoina. Arion is also a horse and is pronounced air-ee-on.

  4. #1282
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    Canberra, Australia
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    Loredana. It seems to be an invented name, created by the author George Sand for her novel Mattea. Commonly used in Italy and Romania.
    Rose, 23, gamer, cat lady, lover of imaginary worlds

    Freya Ceridwen, Elowen Katarina, Arwen Elyse, Ingrid Annora, Hazel Gwyneira, Meriel Felicity
    Tristan Leif, Arthur Oisín, Alasdair Odin, Stellan Felix, Jasper Leonidas, Soren Valter

    {my full lists}

  5. #1284
    Join Date
    Oct 2017
    Location
    New Zealand
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    It's nice to know these names are being looked at and added to the database! I have a Maori name that might be of interest;

    Roimata [f] [meaning; teardrop] [notability; name of a song by Beau Monga, Roimata Fox [NZ actress], name of shape greenstone is often carved into and worn as a necklace, character on NZ's soap-opera Shortland Street played by Shavaughn Ruakere, the title of a 1989 television play directed by NZ director E Tipu e Rea]

    Some other Maori names include;
    Awhina [f] [meaning; help, support]
    Mere [f] [meaning; Maori form of Mary]
    Tamati [m] [meaning; Maori form of Thomas]
    Heimoana [f] [meaning; from the water, I also believe it's used in Tahiti for boys though it means crown of the ocean there]
    Timoti [m] [meaning; Maori form of Timothy]
    Tipene [m] [meaning; Maori form of Stephen] [already on Nameberry but missing the Maori origin and Stephen connection]
    Whetu [f] [meaning; star]
    Whetumoana [f] [meaning; star of the sea, the title of a Maori poem, also used to reference Mary, Mother of Jesus]
    Kauri [m] [meaning; a name taken from a type of native tree found in New Zealand]
    Kaui [f] [meaning; generally used as a more feminine form of Kauri, in Hawaiian it means "youthful"]
    Anaru [m] [meaning; Maori form of Andrew]

    If you need pronunciations, I'm more than happy to supply them.
    Alannah and James.

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