Mike, I suggest that you also include the designation “Byzantine Greek” to fill in the gap of Hellenic names spanning from late antiquity up to the Ottoman Empire. Here are a couple of suggestions:
AMARANTA f Ancient Greek (Anglicized) form of Ancient Greek AMARANTE AMINTA f and AMYNTA f => Ancient Greek (Anglicized) Variant of Ancient Greek AMYNTIA (f) and Ancient Greek AMYNTEA (f) ARGYROS => Byzantine Greek. Name of Byzantine military. ARIANA – contemporary Greek concoction. ARISTA f Greek Mythology, Deity related to Artemis ATHANAS m Ancient Greek Historian 4th Century BCE ATTICUS m Ancient Greek (Latinized) form of ATTIKOS CLETUS m Ancient Greek (Latinized) form of KLETOS (m). Related names include KLETIAS (m) KLETE (f) and KLETA (f) CYPRIAN m - Byzantine Greek DELPHIA f – Ancient Greek DELPHINIA f - Greek Mythology DEMI f Greek ELPIDA f Greek form of Ancient Greek ELPIS (hope) ERASMUS m – Greek Byzantine EUMELIA f Ancient Greek => related to “good apple” (eu melon) not "good honey" Related names include EUMELOS (m) and EUMELIS (f) EUTROPIA f – Ancient Greek HALCYON m - Ancient Greek (Anglicized) HIPPOLYTA f - Ancient Greek (Anglicized) form of HIPPOLYTE. HYPATIA f Byzantine Greek IOLA f Greek
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