Hannahlyn - a combination of the Hebrew name Hannah, which means "grace" and the English name Lyn, which derives from the Celtic word 'lenna' meaning 'lake'.
Isabinda - No luck on finding any origin other than, it was popular
in the 18th and 19th centuries, when there were also plays and books written with characters named Isabinda. It might be an invention of an author, Susan Centrlivre is one candidate. In any case, it woud fit nicely in a book between Isabella and Linda.
|Elizabeth Brunton, actress which played the character of Isabinda in a play|
Kimberline - Anglo-Saxon, a form of the name Gutheline, the name of a man who was given the land in Warwick, England in the 700s. The castle, of course, was built at a later date. Warwick is located on the River Avon, which flows through the Midlands, and is southeast of Birmingham. I chose to include this in the list of girl names rather than boy names as, well, I've never heard it used on a person I've known or met but it feels like a girl name to me. And not like a boy name.
|urn from the Via Laurentina|
|Rebekah has Isaac bless Jacob with the birthright instead of Esau through deception.|
Meshach -Chaldean, from "Mi-sha-aku" meaning "who is what Aku is"? Aku was the moon god of ancient Babylon (also known as Ur, Agu, Itu, Sin and Itu, and then just Sin. The moon god Aku was the god of the ancient city of Ur (where Abraham was from) and he was the eldest son of the chief god Elu (the Hebrew people were Semitic, coming from ancient Sumeria, and one name for their god is Elohim, though most often just El). When the city of Ur was the seat of power.
|from an Assyrian artefact. The Moon God is depicted as a crescent. Interesting that a crescent moon is a symbol of Islam. Such an ancient and elegant symbol. So many ideas, mathematical, artistic, linguistic, etc. present here..|
Niccolo - Italian form of Nicholas which comes from the Greek roots nikos meaning victory and laos meaning people, "victory people".