Wednesday, December 31, 2014

The Beginning of the End

Thanks to the website Nameberry for hosting the blogger Elea (from British Baby Names) which is where I got several names for today. A few from the blog Marginamia as well. One more day to finish our series of 2014 names this year. Which is why today is only the Beginning of the End, and not the actual End.

GIRLS

A-da-lal  - Babylonian,

Beryan -

Busy-

Chesten - Cornish form of Christine

Dahlov-

Eia - pronounced 'EE ah'

Emblyn - Cornish form Emmeline

Eseld - Cornish form of Isolde, pronounced 'eh ZELD'

Ferebee-

Kaoru - Japanese, meaning "fragrant"".

Kayna

Lowe-

Mabyn

Majlinda - Albanian, meaning "born in May".

Melpomene - Greek

Meraud - Cornish

Newlyna

Nickaela-

Osma-

Raquildis - Germanic, "fighting princess".

Rumi- Japanese, from "ruri" or "ru" and "mi" meaning "beautiful lapis lazuli".

Vaetild - Norse, 'mother of the Skraeling children'.

Youngna-

Yui-


BOYS

Anthimos - Greek

Austol

Branek or Branok - Cornish

Breok - pronounced "bree OK"

Cador - Cornish, meaning 'warrior' and pronounced 'CAD ur'.

Clether

De

Eteocles - Greek, derived from Etewoklewes, meaning "truly glorious". Wikipedia mentions the name Tawagalawas (a Hittite version of the name) and perhaps the name was Hittite originally?

Jowan - Cornish form of John.

Keneder - 'bold chief', pronounced "ken ED er".

Kenver - Cornish, meaning 'great  chief'

Madern

Margh - Cornish form of Mark.

Nao-

Sanjiro - Japanese, meaning "admired" or "praised".

Talthybius - Greek

Vlastislav - Slavonic, meaning "glory of power".


NOT SURE WHICH GENDER

Am-ma-ar-ilu - Babylonian, meaning "I see god"

A-sha-ri-du - Babylonian

Bel-iz-zu - Babylonian, "Bel is terrible".

Ili-duri - Babylonian, "my god is my stronghold".

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