Something Amiss OCs

Names and possible names for characters from my fantasy story "Something Amiss". Male, female and nonbinary
  1. Alli
    • Eliza
      • Origin:

        Hebrew
      • Meaning:

        "pledged to God"
      • Description:

        Eliza is a name with a wonderful combination of streamlined zest and Eliza Doolittle charm and spunk. It's a classic that's popular right now -- but not too popular.
    • Evelyn
      • Origin:

        English from French and German
      • Meaning:

        "desired; or water, island"
      • Description:

        After decades of disuse, soft and feminine Evelyn has returned to the baby name stage in a huge way. It reached the Top 10 for the first time in 2017. Evelyn has now surpassed its former heights, joining a legion of contemporary little Evas, Avas, Eves, Evies, and Evelines.
    • Eleanor
      • Lyle
        • Origin:

          Scottish and English from French
        • Meaning:

          "someone who lives on an island"
        • Description:

          Straightforward single-syllable name, though children named Lyle may get tired of hearing "Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile". Lyle was at the height of fashion in the 1920s, which makes him due for a comeback right about now. The double L certainly gives it a fashionable sound.
      • Lynna
        • Rowen
          • Origin:

            Spelling variation of Rowan
          • Meaning:

            "little redhead"
          • Description:

            About seven times as many babies of both genders are named Rowan over Rowen, making this by far the secondary spelling. Rowan is used twice as often for boys, while Rowen runs three to one in the boys' favor, with about 300 boys named Rowen in a recent year compared with about 100 girls. That may be because of this spelling's similarity to Owen.