Here they are:
|a painting by Gustav Klimt, it sold for $158.4 million in 2006|
Othelia - this is one I came across last night doing genealogy. A variant of Odilia or Ottilia, which is Germanic and means 'riches'. Odo and Otto are the male forms of the name (as well as Othello, the wealthy Moor of Shakespeare's play).
Phonesavanh - another one I came across doing genealogy. It is the name of the capital of Xieng Khuang Province, in Laos and is a surname from that area.
Quinneshia - I have not found an etymology for this name. It may be a creation, for instance, combining Quinn and the ending of names like Alicia, except spelled with 'eshia'. Though I'm not exactly sure how the name is pronounced.
|Seti I, Pharaoh|
|Set, Desert God|
|Ironically, this prince's name is Takehito, not Takehiko.|
Takehiko- Japanese, from "take" meaning "military" and "hiko" meaning "prince. You can use different written characters in Japanese to form a name and the meaning changes with the characters. So 'take', for instance, might mean 'bamboo' and 'hiko' might just mean 'boy'. I love the meanings for this name, military prince or bamboo boy. Very sweet.
|part of a painting of the 7 Sages of the Bamboo Groves, this shows the boy that was their assistant|
Zafar - Arabic, meaning "victory".
|Saladin I, victorious conqueror|