Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:58 am
paleographer2 wrote:there are kind of a LOT of names for this style that I decided to include. We will narrow them down at some point!
paleographer2 wrote:I will put Artemis on the next poll. As you all know, you can usually suggest a name and it still get included, in this case especially as there will be so many.
On Beyla - Wikipedia offers this:
the meaning of her name is unclear and her name has been proposed as related to "cow," "bean," or "bee."
She is a character in Norse mythology, servant of the god Freyr.
I had never heard of the character or name, but it seemed kind of cool so I included it.
Aine is a more original spelling of Enya (or Anya).
an Irish goddess of summer, wealth and sovereignty. She is associated with midsummer and the sun
another name website, which will remain nameless, calls her the queen of the fairies and says the name means radiance (which goes with her being a sun goddess or goddess of the summer).
so maybe the next time someone is looking for a summer themed name you can suggest Aine. Does the pronunciation change things for you?