I agree with you. I have "The New Age Baby Name Book" by Sue Browder, and it's full of names that are supposed to be "Swedish", even though I've never heard them (I live in Sweden). I've also found a website (don't remember what it's called, but I think "Baby Names World.com") where not many things are right. None of the "Swedish names" on the page have a correct meaning, some of them don't even exist here. It also says that "Nevaeh" is the Spanish word for "snow" (that's "neve") and that Salma is a Spanish name (it's Arabic). But I don't wanna write to them and correct them, it would seem so snotty. BTW, I don't think they would care.