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  1. #1271
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    Aug 2017
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    864
    Two Italian names not in the database:
    Salvatrice - Feminine form of Salvatore
    Saveria - Feminine form of Saverio/Xavier

  2. #1272
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    Aug 2016
    Location
    France
    Posts
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    French names Soizic (britany name derived I believe from Françoise, and is a girl's name) and Louison (works for boy or girl) and the follinw boy names : Lubin, Orsu (Corsican name meaning bear), Loup (french name that literally means "wolf" and is often hyphenated with another name like "Jean-Loup"), Titouan, and an old medieval name: Bohemond
    But other than that, Nameberry is incredibly rich and I've found most typical french names here
    Favorite girl names:
    Anouk Saoirse or Saoirse Anouk,
    Eleanor Isla,
    Naomi Saskia

    GP: Arya, Bellatrix, Eulalie, Louise-Augustine "Louisa", Mylene, Tallulah, Tigerlily, Vanellope.

    Favorite boy names:
    James Wolfgang,
    Elijah Ralph or Ralph Elijah,
    Liam Ezekiel

    GP: Wolf, Mordecai, Orsu (Corsican name), Albus, Sirius, Huckleberry, Byron, Beowulf.

  3. #1273
    Join Date
    May 2019
    Posts
    1

    Kaslo

    My son's name is Kaslo, and it's no where to be found.

  4. #1274
    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Location
    UK
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    These are great! Thank you so much everyone for such wonderful suggestions. I’m about to do a mass addition of many of these to the database, so please keep them coming!
    ♀ J. M. (2015)
    ♂ K. V. (2017)
    ♀ A. H. (2019)

  5. #1275
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Posts
    864
    Wonderful @katinka!

    Pleasantine (f) - Not sure of the origin, but Pleasantine Mill is a noted cell biologist.

  6. #1276
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    Nov 2016
    Location
    Greece
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    Lysias (m) is the name of a famous Ancient Greek logographer.

  7. #1277
    Join Date
    Sep 2016
    Posts
    104
    I recently discovered Sylvi, a variant of Solveig
    TTC late 2019

    Éowyn Léonie ~ Priya Aveline
    Sylvie Morwenna ~ Freya Beatrix
    Elinor Celestia ~ Octavia Maeve

    Emrys Bjørn ~ Søren Alasdair ~ Arthur Rainier
    ~ Cassian Anders ~ Hugo Aneirin

    ~ Just for Fun GPs ~

    Sereia Ondine ~ Una Ghislaine ~ Siofra Melusine ~ Cordelia Nightingale ~ Lunara Melisande ~ Fae Cyrena

  8. #1278
    Join Date
    Jan 2019
    Posts
    419
    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.

  9. #1279
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    Jan 2014
    Location
    Canberra, Australia
    Posts
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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 Meredith~
    Cat lover, gamer, name nerd
    ~Freya, Annora "Nora", Fiona, Natalie, Isobel, Ingrid, Felicity, Maeve~
    ~Tristan, Arthur, Alasdair, Morgan, Conor, Nathaniel, Felix, Leonidas "Leon"~

  10. #1280
    Join Date
    Oct 2017
    Location
    New Zealand
    Posts
    38
    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.

    ♀ Delilah Elizabeth Rue


    Octavia | Lorette | Giselle | Therese | Calla | Isolde | Anastasia | Lyra | Rhea | Katerina | Rhiannon | Caroline
    Ophelia | Saskia | Lorelai | Jacquetta | Rosalie | Odessa | Cressida | Petra | Astrid | Florence | Cora


    Caspian | Remus | Arthur | Elijah | Beckett | Claude | Vaughn | Atticus | Gideon | Edward | Rhett | Jasper
    Lucien | Alexander | Hugo | Emmett | Louis | Nathaniel | Ezra | Cassander | Henry | Sebastian | Emrys

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