Sabelina

Sabelina could possibly be an anglicized form of Zibellina, itself the Italian word for sable which refers to a small mammal belong to the genus Martes; sable also refers to the color black. The origin of sable comes from a Balto-Slavic word of uncertain etymology. I've also seen Sabelina listed as a medieval form of Isabel, the medieval Occitan form of Elizabeth, the English …

Marlow

Marlow comes from an English surname, originally used as a locational surname for someone who came from a place called Marlow. It's made up from Old English elements mere (lake; ocean, sea) and Old English lafe (leavings, remains) essentially meaning "remnants of a lake", perhaps in reference to an area where there had been a lake that …

Marley

Marley comes from an English surname, originally a locational surname via several places in England. The second element of the name is straightforward, from Old English lēah meaning "wood, woodland, clearing, meadow". The first part of the name is trickier. It could be made up from Old English mǣre (boundary), Old English mearþ ("pine" marten), or Old English myrig (pleasant). …