|Bithiah lifting Moses from his basket.|
Bithiah - Hebrew, meaning "daughter of Jah", it is the name of the Egyptian princess that adopted Moses and gave him his name (thanks to Wikipedia for this information!)
Cymbeline - Shakespearean, based on the name of an ancient Celtic king named Cunobelinus, from 'khoun' meaning 'hound' and the name of the sun god Belenus, so that the name means "hound of the Sun God." According to the source I consulted, Cymbelline is said 'sim bah leen'. I included it under the heading for girls' names because, though it is intended to be a man's name, it just does not fit my notion of anything remotely 'manly' and sounds much more like a nymph or fairy. So I thought it fit better here.
Dido- The name of the Phoenician queen who founded the city of Carthage.
|Dido, Queen of Carthage|
Elshender- Scottish form of Alexander, which means "defender of mankind".
Finnian - Irish, from the name Finn, which means "white".
|William Butler Yeats, white-haired poet laureate of Ireland, who sought to protect the literary heritage of his people|
Gwylim - Welsh form of the name William, brought to the English by William the Conquerer, from the German name Wilhelm, from 'will' and 'helm' meaning 'protection'. One who has the will to give protection.