|can you see the bees in this lace curtain?|
|Sak K'uk - ancient Mayan empress of Palenque|
Emperatriz - Spanish, meaning "empress".
Galatea - Greek, meaning "she who is milk-white".
Idelfonso - Spanish form of the Visigothic name Hildefons, which comes from the Germanic 'hilde' meaning 'battle' and 'funs' meaning 'ready'.
Jeptha - Hebrew, meaning "he opens". This is the name of a Biblical figure who offers his daughter as a burnt sacrifice to God. Which is unfortunate in many ways, including, it rather spoils a nice name.
|Jeptha returns triumphant from battle and is greeted by his daughter|