Equinox

Latin, “equal night.”

Irie

Jamaican, “cool, good, nice or peace, harmony.”

Ireland

Irish, “land of abundance.”

Lonnie

English, “noble and ready.”

Lenny

English, “brave lion.”

Lorne

Scottish, “crowned with laurels, fox.”

Rayne

French, “queen.”

Randi

English from Scandinavian, “shield wolf.”

Hillary

Greek, and Latin, “happy, cheerful.” 

Kolby

Norse, “coal settlement.”

Kody

English, “helpful, pillow.”

Kameron

Scottish, “crooked nose.”

Kobe

African Swahili, “tortoise.”

Karter

English, “transporter of goods by cart.”

Leslie

Scottish, “holly garden.”

Lindsey

English, “marshlands of Lincolnshire, island of lime trees”

Darien

English, “rich, kingly.”

Devin

Irish, “poet.”

Camryn

Scottish, “crooked nose.”

Zarrin

Persian, “golden.”

Angel

Greek, “messenger.”

Zuriel

Hebrew, “rock or strength of God.”

Valen

Latin, “strong, healthy.”

Quinby

English, “estate of the woman.”

Louison

French, diminutive of Louis or Louise.

Langley

English, “long meadow.”

Hanley

English, “high meadow.”

Gentry

English, “aristocracy.”

Ferris

Irish, “rock, man of vigor.”

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