Deianeira

Origin: Greek Meaning: “man-destroyer” or “destroyer of her husband” Variants: Deianira, Deïanira

Rupert

Origin: German, Dutch, Polish, English Meaning: German form of Robert, meaning “bright fame”

Lionella

Origin: Italian Meaning: feminine form of Lionel, meaning “little lion”

Aubrey

Origin: English Meaning: a form of Germanic Alberich, meaning “elf ruler” or “elf power”

Ariadne

Origin: Greek Meaning: most holy

Fane

Origin: English, Romanian, Irish Meaning: In English, fane is a word name, an archaic term for a temple or a church or a shrine (according to Dictionary.com); it could also mean “joyful, glad”; in Romanian, it’s also a diminutive of Ștefan, meaning “crown”; and it’s also the name of a river in Ireland, but I couldn’t…

Lionel

Origin: French, English Meaning: diminutive of Leon, meaning “lion”

Maialen

Origin: Basque Meaning: Basque form of Magdalene, meaning “of Magdala”

Itzal

Origin: Basque Meaning: shadow

Tsiuri

Origin: Georgian Meaning: heavenly, celestial

Artyom

Origin: Russian Meaning: the Russian form of Greek Artemios, meaning either “safe” or “a butcher”; according to Wikipedia, the name could also possibly be linked to Greek arktos, meaning “bear”, or “to shake”; it could perhaps also come from Persian origin from arta, art, arte, all meaning “great, excellent, holy”.

Delilah

Origin: Hebrew, Biblical, English Meaning: delicate, weak, languishing

Dion

Origin: English, Greek Meaning: short form of Dionysius, meaning “of Zeus” + Nysa

Myrtle

Origin: English from Greek myrtos Meaning: refers to any plant of the genus Myrtus

Leander

Origin: Greek Meaning: lion of a man

Fairuza

Origin: Persian Meaning: turquoise

Chryses

Origin: Greek Meaning: golden

Shiori

Origin: Japanese Meaning: poem, weave ( 詩 織 ); bookmark, guide ( 栞 ); lithe, bending ( 撓 ), which is usually used for males.

Isamu

Origin: Japanese Meaning: brave, courageous ( 勇 )