Friday, November 28, 2014

Smorgasbord of New Names!


Alexandrie - French feminine form of the Greek masculine name Alexander, meaning "defender of mankind" or "protector of mankind".

Bethari - Javanese form of the Indonesian name "Batari" which means "goddess".

Capucine - French, meaning "nasturtium".

Cateline - French form of Catherine, which may come from the Greek Aikaterini, meaning unknown.

Dvosye - Yiddish nickname for Dvoire, which is derived from the Hebrew name Deborah, which means "bee".


Iskra - Bulgarian, from a Slavic word meaning "spark".

Laurence - French, from the Latin masculine name Laurentius, derived from "laurel".


Alfbern - Germanic, from "alf" meaning "elf" and "bern" meaning "bear".

Ananiel - Hebrew

Archelochus - Greek



Fredegund - Frankish, meaning "peacebattle".

Radegund - counselbattle.

Sigibert - Frankish, meaning "victoryshining".

Sjang - Limburgish nickname for Johannes (Limburgish derives from Dutch, German, and French).

Thascius -

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