kielo (finnish) “lily of the valley”
Zyriak, from a Slavic form of [name_m]Cyriacus[/name_m] it seems.
[name_m]Just[/name_m] slightly too [name_u]French[/name_u] for me to feel like I can use without sounding pretentious (plus I got it from quite an old list, it’s probably thought to be very dated), but gosh is it pretty.
Irish in origin, means “fire maiden”.
[name_m]Lino[/name_m] ~ Spanish + Portuguese form of [name_m]Linus[/name_m]
Enkhtuya / Энхтуяа
Mongolian, meaning ‘ray of peace’
[name_f]Miroslava[/name_f] / Мирослава
Slavic, meaning ‘peace glory’
[name_f]Aitana[/name_f]! (Arabic name meaning “our people”)
Victurnien ~ a medieval [name_u]French[/name_u] male name
Darshana. Sanskrit “seeing, understanding, philosophy”.
[name_f]Anna[/name_f], the most universal name I know
[name_f]Fiorella[/name_f], an Italian name meaning “little flower”
[name_f]Araluen[/name_f], an Aboriginal Australian name meaning “place of the water lilies”
[name_f]Amata[/name_f] - Italian // feminine version of the Latin male name [name_m]Amatus[/name_m] // means “loved, beloved”
I think it’s absolutely sweet and gentle but far from frilly. I also enjoy the softer sound this has over the Spanish variation which is [name_f]Amada[/name_f].