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Leverett

Leverett comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of leveret used to refer to a young hare in its first year of life. it comes from Old French  76 more words

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Esmé, Esmée

Esmé(e) comes from Old French meaning “esteemed, beloved”. It was originally a masculine name which seems to have first been used by Scottish noble Esmé … 74 more words

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Valyant

Valyant is a variant spelling of Valiant which refers to someone who showed courage and bravery, someone determined and heroic. It comes from Old French  23 more words

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Elestren

Elestren is a Cornish female name which means “iris”, in reference to the flower.

Origin: Cornish

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Hal

Hal originated as a nickname for Harry (an English medieval form of Henry meaning “home ruler”) or Harold (meaning “army ruler” or “army leader”), though it can be used as a given name on its own.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Serenity

Serenity is a female given name which comes from the word referring to a state or quality of being serene, calm, peaceful. It comes from Latin  45 more words

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Ilya

Ilya is a Russian male name, the Russian form of Elijah which comes from Hebrew meaning “my God is Yahweh” or “Yahweh is my God”. 78 more words

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