[name]Isadora[/name] is actually a Greek name, but oddly enough, is now considered Egyptian, meaning the Gift of [name]Isis[/name]. It is a spin-off of the name [name]Isis[/name], who is a [name]Goddess[/name] in Ancient Egyptian religious beliefs, of moon and fertility.
[name]Clio[/name] is the Greek [name]Muse[/name] ([name]Goddess[/name]) of [name]History[/name], for instance in Greek mythology, she invented the guitar. Sounds the same as [name]Cleo[/name], but do not like the whole [name]Cleopatra[/name] infusion. The spelling would create a conversation and bring up the history. The name did not hit me right away - I sat on the name for a while, just looking at it, among others, and then it clicked.
So while the name does not have to be rich in history, I definitely like it. I also am noticing many of my preferences lean toward Greek sounding names. (Not one percent of Greek either!)
I fell in love with name of [name]Troy[/name] from a book I read many years ago. Probably my version of today’s [name]Edward[/name] from Twilight.
[name]Alec[/name] is based off a Greek name and just love the sound.
[name]Grey[/name], it just sounds good.
And [name]Frederick[/name], I was searching for a name that would flow really quite well and found it.
[name]Chloe[/name], which is also Greek!!! is VERY lovely, but it’s so popular!!! I cringe at the idea… Sorry! I must sound horrible!