Alice (A-lis or AL-iss) is a French and English name meaning: “noble”.
A name from Spenser’s poem The Faerie Queene.
A literary coinage by Henrik Ibsen from his play Peer Gynt (1867).
Arrietty is a literary name from the children’s book The Borrowers.
Calliope is a Greek name meaning: “beautiful voice”.
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Coraline is a literary name that is a diminutive of Caroline
Cordelia is a Latin girl’s name meaning: “heart”
Eloise is a French name meaning: “healthy, wide”.
Gatsby Literary Name A literary name and a German surname. Literary name German For a boy Not in the U.S. top 1,000 names
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Holden is an English boy’s name meaning: “from the hollow valley”.
Katniss (cat-niss) is a fictional girl’s name.
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Lorien is a literary name
Lorna Meaning, origin, and popularity of the name LornaLorna Literary Name A name invented by R.D. Blackmore for the heroine of his novel Lorna Doone (1869).Literary Name InventedFor a girlNot in the U.S. top 1,000 namesMore about the name LornaVariations &...
Madeline is an English name meaning: “of Magdala”.
Matilda is a German name meaning: “strength in battle”.
The girl’s name Nerissa is a Greek name meaning: “sea sprite”.
The girl’s name Perdita is a Latin name meaning: “lost”.