Evelin Rose's Master List

All the names I love or like for either middle names or first names and why I adore them so! I couldn't fit all of these names in my signature so I created a list here!
  1. Aeliana
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    • Description:

      This female form of the ancient Latin Aelian has an appealing sound, though kids might have a hard time handling that initial "ae" spelling. Just remember that the "ae" is pronounced "ee" (think Aesop's fables).The Annals of Aeliana is a children's fantasy series by Ryan Watters. The meaning is uncertain but is thought to derive from the Greek helios, which means sun.
  2. Alice
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      Alice is a classic literary name that's both strong and sweet, ranking in the US Top 100 and popular throughout the western world. Alice is derived from the Old French name Aalis, a diminutive of Adelais that itself came from the Germanic name Adalhaidis, which is composed of the Proto-Germanic elements aþala, meaning "noble," and haidu, "kind, appearance, type."
  3. Annabeth
    • Origin:

      Combination of Anna and Beth
    • Description:

      This is a long-recognized smoosh name merging Anna with the short form of Elizabeth, and is one of the prettiest combo names, a possible alternative to Annabel.
  4. Abcde
    • Adabella/Arabella
      • Anaxandra
        • Arsinoe
          • Artemis/Diana
            • Athena/Minerva
              • Bianca
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                • Description:

                  Bianca, the livelier Italian and Shakespearean version of Blanche, has been chosen by many American parents since the 1990s, just as Blanca is a favorite in the Spanish-speaking community. Its meaning of white relates to snow, making it one of the prime names for winter babies.
              • Baiadree
                • Brielle/Briella/Brianna/Brianca
                  • Bronwyn/Bryn
                    • Carter/Carson/Tyler/Tyson
                      • Ellington
                        • Origin:

                          English place-name and surname
                        • Meaning:

                          "Ellis' town"
                        • Description:

                          Ellington's popularity may be inspired by jazz great Duke, but the name is used slightly more often for girls today, perhaps because of its trendy El- beginning. Like a host of other El- names, from the familiar Ella to Eleanor to the more niche Elodie and Elula, Ellington carries the popular Ellie nickname.
                      • Kamiryn
                        • Katrina/Kelsey