Curse the Gods

The sequel to Curse the Children, I just want to keep track of the names
  1. Arabella
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "yielding to prayer"
    • Description:

      Arabella, lovely and elegant, has long been well used in Britain and finally made it onto the American list in 2005. Its meaning may also be interpreted as "beautiful," thanks to -bella.
  2. Ananta
    • Ayumu
      • Billie
        • Origin:

          English, diminutive of Wilhelmina, Wilma
        • Meaning:

          "resolute protection"
        • Description:

          Billie is a tomboy nickname name, part of the growing trend for using boyish nicknames for girls and now destined for stardom along with its most famous contemporary bearer, music sensation Billie Eilish.
      • Caelum
        • Casperia
          • Dale
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "valley"
            • Description:

              An early unisex nature name that has been surpassed by others, Dale is still a simple, sylvan and serene option.
          • Flora
            • Origin:

              Latin
            • Meaning:

              "flower"
            • Description:

              Flora, the name of the Roman goddess of flowers and spring, who enjoyed eternal youth, is one of the gently old-fashioned girls' flower names we think is due for a comeback— alongside cousins Cora and Dora. Florence, Fiorella, Fleur, and Flower are translations, but we like Flora best of all.
          • Fridtjof
            • Gabriel
              • Origin:

                Hebrew
              • Meaning:

                "God is my strength"
              • Description:

                Gabriel has become a biblical favorite, an angelic choice that's lighter and less patriarchal than some of his Old Testament brethren. Derived from the Hebrew name Gavri’el, Gabriel is taken from the elements gever, meaning "strong," and ’el, in reference to God.
            • Gemini
              • Origin:

                Latin
              • Meaning:

                "twins"
              • Description:

                After Leo, this is one of the most usable names in the zodiac: part ancient, part new-age, part high-tech. In the night sky, the constellation Gemini is present all year round in both hemispheres. It has been associated with twins since ancient times, and its two brightest stars are named Castor and Pollux after the twins of Greek mythology. It also has STEM connections: Project Gemini was a NASA spaceflight program before Apollo.
            • Georgia
              • Origin:

                English, feminine variation of George
              • Meaning:

                "farmer"
              • Description:

                Georgia is so rich, lush and luscious, it's almost irresistible. Georgia's now a rising star among the feminizations of George, helped by associations with the southern state (named for British King George II) and painter Georgia O'Keeffe, with the Ray Charles song "Georgia On My Mind" or maybe "Sweet Georgia Brown" playing in the background.
            • Gunnhildr
              • Hana
                • Haruka
                  • Helah
                    • Ingram
                      • Origin:

                        German
                      • Meaning:

                        "angel-raven"
                      • Description:

                        An undiscovered surname possibility with upscale overtones, could be enlivened with nickname Ingo.
                    • Iolanthe
                      • Origin:

                        Greek
                      • Meaning:

                        "violet flower"
                      • Description:

                        Iolanthe is known primarily through the 1882 Gilbert & Sullivan operetta of that name, in which the title character is a fairy. Iolanthe is a softer version of Yolanda, and is the kind of multi-syllabic classical name once considered too weighty for a modern baby girl, but now within the realm of possibility--this one as a dramatic twist on Violet. The biggest drawback is its variety of legitimate pronunciations in English.
                    • Ixchel
                      • Origin:

                        Mayan
                      • Meaning:

                        "lady rainbow"
                      • Description:

                        The Mayan goddess of the moon, also associated with love, pregnancy, medicine, and water.
                    • Inez