I tried to find a name with that meaning and it was really hard. Most names already encode the exact place where the person is from and don't mean simply "dweller".
The ones that I found by searching on google were not particularly pretty in my opinion:http://www.babynameworld.com/t.asp
I also found Leslie
, which according to a website means a dweller in the grey castle (not exactly what you wanted), and the behindthename website gives a different meaning.http://www.aboutbabynames.com/scottish_baby_names.phpLeslie
- dweller in the gray castle; small meadow
Another option that is not exactly what you want is Vivian
, which means living, alive.
Yet another option is Mora
, which in Portuguese and Spanish means "dwells" or "inhabits" (third - person of the verb "morar", see http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.asp?D1=1&H1=102&T1=morar
this helps. Please post a message if you use any of these names or find others with this meaning. My last name means in polish "beyond the path" and it would be interesting to find a name meaning "inhabits" to go with this last name. Although "seeker" would also be a possibility.Bianca