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TIGERLILY f English (British), Literature
From the name of a several species of lily. Tiger Lily (with a space) is also the name of the Native American princess in J. M. Barrie's "Peter Pan". Primarily used as a given name in the UK.
TRIGGER m American (Rare), English (British, Rare)
Meaning can be particular to the bearer, such as "trigger of a gun" for someone noted for marksmanship. In the British television series 'Only Fools and Horses' (1981-1991) one character was called Trigger after the horse owned by ROY ROGERS
TULISA f English (British, Modern)
Usage of this name is most likely adapted from British singer-songwriter Tula Paulinea Contostavlos (1988), who performs under the mononym Tulisa and has Greek ancestry. It is likely Tulisa is an elaboration or diminutive of her given name, Tula, a variant transcription of TOULA
UNWYN m English (British, Rare)
Means "un-friendly" having derived from the Anglo-Saxon word "unwine" or "Unwene". This is a rare surname too.
VOGUE f English (British)
From the English word meaning "the prevailing fashion or style of the time", borrowed from Middle French. Famous as the name of an iconic fashion magazine. Has gained recent interest in the UK especially due to Irish model Vogue Williams.
ZENOUSKA f English (British)
Name invented for Zenouska Mowatt, the granddaughter of Princess Alexandra of Kent, perhaps from Japanese ZEN
combined with a Russian pet name ending, such as in ANOUSKA
, to reflect her descent from Tsar Alexander of Russia, through her great-grandmother, Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark.