Joosiina - Finnish form of the French name Josine, which is a nickname for Josephine, the feminine form of the Josephe, which comes from the Hebrew Yosef and means "he will add".
Ksenya - Russian form of the Greek name Xenia, meaning 'hospitality' and derived from 'xenos' meaning 'stranger' or 'guest', essentially, the rights of a guest. Oksana is another Russian name that comes from Xenia.
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Idi - Yoruba, meaning "eagle" (and a host of other meanings)
Ancient Egyptians used a hieroglyph for 'idi' which indicated deafness. This is the root of the word idiot.
Due to it being the name of the infamous tyrant Idi Amin, who slew or had slain, between 100,000 to 500,000 people while he was president of the African country of Uganda in the 1970s, Idi is not a name to be recommended for use anymore.
Leofric - English, from 'leo' meaning 'dear' and 'ric' meaning power or from 'leof' meaning 'dear' and 'ric' meaning ruler.
This name has landed in the history books because it was the name of the husband of Lady Godiva. He was the fifth earl of Mercia, which was a kingdom of ancient Britain, though by his time there was a king of all England named Edward (the Confessor).
Math - Welsh, from 'matu' meaning "bear".
Ozaias - Greek form of the Hebrew name Uzziah, which means 'God is strength' or 'strength is from God'.