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ADON m ?
Form of ADONIS.
ALANICE f ? (?)
Possibly a variant of ALANIS.
ALEXIO m ? (Rare)
Possibly a variant of ALEXIOS.
ALYDEA f ?
Variant of ALETHEA.
AMADELINE f ? (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a blend of AMANDA and MADELINE.
AMANZI m & f ? (Rare)
Meaning water, cool and go’s with the flow like a wave
ANZILLA f ? (Rare)
Variant of ANCILLA.
ASTRIL m & f ?
BRONISLAS m ?
Potentially a variant of BRONISLAV.
BULGIE m ?
Alternate form of Bulgy.
CEMLYN m & f ?
CRISTELA f ?
Possibly a variant of CRYSTAL.
EMMALIN f ? (Rare)
Variant of EMMALYN.
ERIAN f ?
It means land of abundance.
ERIANTHE f ?
Popularly claimed to mean "lover of flowers" (apparently due to association with Greek eran "to love, to be in love with"), it may actually mean "woolly-haired flower" from the botanical name eriantha, ultimately from Greek ἔριον (erion) "wool" and ανθος (anthos) "flower".
FYRA f ?
Variant of FIRA.
GLADSON m ? (Rare)
From a surname which may have been an English variant of the Scottish surname GLADSTONE
HIERONOMO m ?
Presumably a variant of HIERONYMUS.
HUNTY f & m ?
IGNIS f & m ?
Meaning unknown.
KATYNA f ?
Variant of KATINA.
KAVAL m ?
Means "kite (bird)" in Moksha.
KENNIS f ? (Rare)
Seems to be predominantly used in Hong Kong.
KULUKULU m & f ?
LEKSIE m & f ? (?)
Variant of LEXI.
LILLYANNE f ? (Modern)
Probably a variant of Lily or Lillian. Derived from the name of the lily flower.... [more]
LLEWYN m ?
Probably from the Welsh word llew meaning "lion", though it is not used as a name in Wales. It was used in the 2013 film 'Inside Llewyn Davis'.
MARIYAMO f ? (Rare)
Most likely a variant of MARIAM.
MARRETHA f ? (Rare)
Possibly a contracted form of MARGARETHA.
NAI m & f ?
NUM m & f ?
OSHA f & m Inuit, ? (Rare)
Means, "Daughter of the Sun".
PARNELLI m ? (Rare)
The culture is unknown because it is another version of the name Parnell. So it’s latin.
PÀTRIC m ?
Form of PATRICK.
SNOWY f ? (Rare)
From the English word "snowy" meaning "covered with SNOW; resembling snow; or when snow is falling".
SOHALIE f ? (Rare)
Either a rare variant of SOHAILA or a transferred use of the surname Sohalie.
TAV m ?
Diminutive of GUSTAV or GUSTAVO. Bearers include musician Gustavo ANTONIO "Tav" FALCO (1945-).
TECKY m & f ?
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