Poetic first and last names

Best for stories, especially ones that I write. Yes, I write. And I need a 15 letter description. Sorry.
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    • Alexander
      • Origin:

        Greek
      • Meaning:

        "defending men"
      • Description:

        Alexander has been in a Top 25 boys' name in the US for 30 years now. But namers are still attracted to its imposing historic pedigree.
    • Anastasia
      • Origin:

        Greek, feminine variation of Anastasios
      • Meaning:

        "resurrection"
      • Description:

        Anastasia is the feminine form on Anastasius, a Greek name derived from the word anastasis, meaning "resurrection." It was a common name among early Christians, who often gave it to daughters born around Christmas or Easter. There are handful of saints named Anastasia, including the patron saint of weavers.
    • Andrea
      • Origin:

        Feminine variation of Andrew, Greek
      • Meaning:

        "strong and manly"
      • Description:

        Andrea — a feminine form of Andrew (and a male name in several European cultures) — comes with a good selection of pronunciations — ANN-dree-a, AHN-dree-a, or ahn-DRAY-a — each with a slightly different image: girl next door/slightly affected/downright mysterious
    • Angel
      • Origin:

        Spanish and English
      • Meaning:

        "angel, messenger"
      • Description:

        Angel is one of those names that has a very different trajectory for girls and boys. As a female name, it was most popular in the US from the 1970s until the turn of this century, almost breaking into the Top 100 at its peak in 2001 but then beginning a long slide down the list.
    • Anne
      • Origin:

        French variation of English Ann and Hebrew Hannah
      • Meaning:

        "grace"
      • Description:

        The name of the sainted mother of the Virgin Mary was among the top girls’ names for centuries, in both the original English Ann spelling and the French Anne. Both left the Top 100 around 1970 but Anne is still among the most classic names for girls, although others are more likely to choose the original Hannah, the Anna variation, or even Annabel or Annabella.
    • Arthur
      • Origin:

        Celtic
      • Meaning:

        " bear"
      • Description:

        Arthur, once the shining head of the Knights of the Round Table, is, after decades of neglect, now being polished up and restored by stylish parents, inspired perhaps by the new generation of royals. Arthur has led the list of possible names for the young British princes, chosen as a middle name for Prince Louis, son of William and Catherine, Prince and Princess of Wales.
    • Ash
      • Origin:

        English
      • Meaning:

        "ash tree"
      • Description:

        The tree, not the charred bit of soot in the fireplace, usually used for boys, but, as a short form of Ashley, works for girls too.
    • Ashlyn
      • Origin:

        Variation of Aislinn, Irish
      • Meaning:

        "dream"
      • Description:

        Though it relates to the Irish original, Ashlyn and its next most popular form, Ashlynn, owe more of their popularity as baby names in the US to the megastar Ashley, though all three have been dropping on the charts lately.
    • Aspen
      • Origin:

        Nature and place-name
      • Description:

        As trendy as the chic Colorado ski resort and film festival, Aspen is fast becoming more popular for girls than for boys, but this nature name would work equally well for either.
    • Athena
      • Origin:

        Greek
      • Meaning:

        "from Athens"
      • Description:

        The given name Athena was derived from the city name Athens, which is of uncertain origins. In Greek mythology, Athena is the name of the daughter of Zeus who was the goddess of wisdom, warfare, handicrafts, mathematics, and courage, among others. She was the great patroness-goddess of the city of Athens. In the Odyssey, Homer describes her as 'sparkling-eyed Athena.'
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      • Aztec
        • Bel
          • Beth
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Elizabeth
            • Meaning:

              "pledged to God"
            • Description:

              The sweetest and most sensitive of the pet names for Elizabeth, now also one of the most dated.
          • Braden
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "wide valley"
            • Description:

              One of the trendiest of the new two-syllable boys’ names that have swept the country in the past few years, including the rhyming Aidan, Caden, Kaden, and Jaden. It's been falling on the US Top 1000 lately but it is still among the most popular contemporary English names for boys..
          • Bradley
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "wide meadow"
            • Description:

              An English surname name, Bradley has a long history, dating way back to at least 1086, but as a first name it actually succeeded in the US before it reached England--though Dickens used it in his novel Our Mutual Friend. Bradley Cooper is one namesake.
          • Brandon
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "broom-covered hill"
            • Description:

              Brandon, a forebear of the Braden-Caden pack, had a great run of popularity over several decades, being in the Top 10 from 1992 to 1998, one of its inspirations being hearthrob Brandon Walsh played by Jason Priestley on the original Beverly Hills 90210--and it was aso the name of several soap opera characters.
          • Briar
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "a thorny patch"
            • Description:

              Fairy-tale memories of Sleeping Beauty inspire some parents—such as Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen—to call their daughters Briar Rose. But Briar plus a different middle name might work even better. It's one of the newly popular nature-word names, charting in the US for the first time in 2015 for both genders.
          • Cade
            • Origin:

              English
            • Meaning:

              "round; or, barrel"
            • Description:

              Strong, ultramasculine, and modern, Cade shot up the popularity lists around the millennium—it was as high as Number 201 in 2001—along with cousins Caden and Cale, and has drifted along in the middle of the US Top 1000 ever since.