Nike - Greek, meaning 'victory'.
Odette - French form of Odo, which comes from a German word meaning "possessor of wealth".
Parthenia- Greek, from 'parthenos' meaning "maiden" or "virgin". It was used to refer to Athena, goddess of wisdom - the Parthenon in Athens was her temple. Parthenia is pronounced "par THEE nee uh".
Quinn - English version of the Irish last name O Cuinn, which means "descendant of Conn", which means "chief".
|rowan tree in Snowdonia|
Came across this blog, Beneath the Rowan Tree, that seemed appropriate to share here. Adorable crafts for sale, such as crocheted clothes for dolls, such as a mermaid outfit, or dyed fabrics.
Shiloh - Hebrew, meaning "tranquil".
Tamar - Hebrew, meaning "palm tree".
Uther -from the Welsh name Uthyr which comes from uthr meaning "terrible".
Vassily - variant of Vasiliy, which is the Russian version of Basil.
Waldemar - German, either from 'wald' which means 'rule' and 'meri' which means 'famous' or a version of the Slavic name Vladimir, which comes from similar roots.
Xenon -Greek, from 'xenos' meaning "stranger" or "foreigner".
Yitzak - Hebrew, it comes from "tsachaq" meaning "he laughs" or "laughter".
Zebedee - the English form of Zebedaios, which is the Greek form of Zebadiah, which means "Yahweh has bestowed".
Atticus- Latin, meaning "from Attica" - a region in Greece (Athens is located there).