|Samoan woman. Perhaps Queen Salamasina looked like this.|
|the Princess of Wales as a girl, certainly |
one of the most 'darling' girls, well beloved
by people in Great Britain and everywhere, really.
Doesn't she also look just how you might imagine a Tegan would look?
Salamasina Samoan, name of a queen of that country.
Tegan - Welsh, a nickname derived from the word 'teg' which means 'fair' and according to behindthenames.com means essentially 'darling' or 'loved one' or 'pet' or 'favorite'.
Usha - Sanskrit, meaning 'sunrise'.
Varsha - Sanskrit, meaning 'rainfall.
|monsoon rain in India|
Woden - according to wikipedia.com this comes from the 'Proto-Germanic' theonym "wodanaz" and would have developed from the word 'wodaz'. It seems to have a meaning related to 'madness' or 'insane' or 'rage' as well as a religious component, such as prophet or faith. I couldn't exactly pin down the meaning. I'll update this when I do. Woden was a Norse god, THE Norse god, one eyed, who had visions. Woden's Day is the day we call Wednesday.
Yancy- from the Dutch surname Jansen. In America this converted to Yancy. Jansen means "son of Jan" which is a nickname for Johan or Johannes, which comes from Yhonatan, a Hebrew name meaning "God has given".
Zedekiah - Hebrew, meaning "my righteousness is Yahweh", according to Wikipedia.
|Zedekiah and other captives before Nebuchadnezzar|