Sandy

Origin: English

Meaning: a short form of Alexander, Alexandra or Sandra all meaning “defending men” or “defender of men”. It’s also an English surname derived from a place name meaning “sandy island” from Old English sand (sand) + ēg (island).

It could also be from Old Norse elements sand (truth) or sandr (sand).

Sandy is also a color describing a yellowish-red color, as well as a word used to describe something consisting of sand.

Variants: Sandi, Sandee

Amberly

Origin: English

Meaning: an elaboration of Amber influenced by Kimberly. Amber is from Arabic ‘anbar(عنبر), referring fossilized tree resin, while the -lee or -ley ending is from Old English meaning “clearing” or “grove”.

However, it also has a long history as a surname. Although the origins are unclear, from what I could find it could be an occupational name for someone employed as an enameller (from Anglo-Norman-French amayler), someone who applies color or varnish to ceramics.

Amberly could also be derived from Old English ambler meaning “to walk slowly” and is usually used to describe the easy gait ofa horse, referring to someone who was employed with horses.

Technically speaking, amber is not an actual gemstone but fossilized tree resin.

Variants: Amberley, Amberleigh, Amberle, Ambler, Ambeller, Amble

Iris

Origin: Greek

Meaning: rainbow ( Ιρις )

In Greek mythology, Iris is the goddess of the rainbow and the messanger of the gods.

Iris is also the name of a genus of flowers as well as being a color referring to shades ranging from blue-violet to violet.

Iris is also a term used to describe the colored portion of the eye, responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupil and the amount of light reaching the retina

Wendy

Origin: English

Meaning: though J.M. Barrie created the name from a nickname meaning “friendly”, the name had been used prior to Peter Pan, possiby related to Welsh Gwendolen and other names beginning with the element gwen meaning “white, fair, blessed”.

Wendy could also be the feminine form of Wendel/Wendelin meaning “vandal”

Variants: Wendi, Wendie

Fionnuala

Origin: Irish

Meaning: from Irish fionn “white, fair” and guala “shoulder”, meaning “white/fair shoulder”

In Irish mythology, Fionnuala was the daughter of Lir who, along with her three brothers, were changed into a swan by their stepmother for 900 years until the curse was broken.

Nuala is a diminutive of the name.

Variants: Finnguala, Fionnghuala, Finola, Finnuala

Beryl

Origin: English derived from Greek beryllos, which in turn comes from Sanskrit verulia/veruliya (via Latin beryllus, from Old French beryl and Middle English beril

Meaning: it refers to the clear or pale-green blue precious stone derived from Sanskrit origin

Links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beryl

http://www.behindthename.com/name/beryl

http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Beryl