What names have we missed?

[name_m]Can[/name_m] we add

Maylea

Pr. my-LEH-a (German) or may-LEH-a, may-LEE-ah (English)

[name_f]May[/name_f] + [name_f]Lea[/name_f]

i second this! i also have a friend and her middle name is ming!

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I’m obsessed with elf-names so let’s please add:

Elfrun

ELF-roon, a [name_m]German[/name_m] name. Means “elf” and “rune” (which means “secret lore”). There are some famous Elfruns in [name_u]Germany[/name_u] that you can find through google.

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Winley surname

Iobhar

Origin: Irish
Gender: Male
Meaning: “yew tree”

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Hermas - probably related to Greek ἕρμα, meaning a ballast, pile of stones or boundary marker.

I recently found out this was the middle name of my great grandfather. The name is referenced in the Bible in Romans 16:14, and was shared by one of the 70 Disciples. It’s also apparently the name of an early Christian literary work from the 2nd century, the Shepherd of Hermas.

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Rouven

Origin : dutch or german version of [name_m]Ruben[/name_m]
Gender : male

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Agnetha - A Scandinavian variant of [name_f]Agnes[/name_f] meaning holy or pure (Famously borne by Agnetha Fältskog, member of ABBA!!)

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