Here are the 7 for today, which brings the total number of names you've learned on this blog this year to 389. And we have not yet finished February.
Laurela - Spanish variant of the Latin 'laurel' referring to the laurel tree. This is pronounced 'lao ray lah'.
Marieke Dutch nickname for Maria, which is a Latin form of the Hebrew name Mary, which may derive from the Egyptian 'mri'.
Pythias - Greek. I originally posted this as a boy's name, but I was mistaken. Pythias was a woman's name and the name of the wife of Aristotle (so I am doubly embarrassed for the mistake).
|Cave of St. Ninian in Scotland|
Ocelus - possibly Silurian, a Celtic god important as a protector.
Rulon - variant of the Germanic name Roland, meaning 'famous landowner'.