Laverna is the name of a goddess of thieves and the underworld in Roman mythology. It’s possible she may have originally been an Etruscan goddess. There’s no clear etymology behind her name (if she really was originally an Etruscan goddess than it’s possible that her name may be from an Etruscan source long lost)  though…


Germaine is a French female name, the feminine form of Germain, the French form of Germanus, an Ancient Roman cognomen given to those who were from Germany or who came from one of the various Germanic tribes at the time. The origin of the name is uncertain; it may be derived from a Celtic or Gaulish word,…


Alouette is the French word for “lark; skylark” via Old French aloe (lark) combined with a diminutive suffix derived from Latin alauda (lark) which seems to derive from a Gaulish source. Origin: Gaulish Variants: Alouetta (English)  


Verna is the feminine form of Vernon, derived from a Norman surname and place name meaning “alder” from Gaulish word vern referring to someone who lived near a grove of alders. Verna has also been associated with the Latin word vernus meaning “spring”, as well as also being a Latin word meaning “house servant, family slave”, either…


Alauda is the name of a genus of larks and the name comes from Latin alauda meaning “lark; skylark”, which seems to derive from a Gaulish source. Origin: Gaulish  


Eponine is the anglicized form of Éponine, a French female name popularized by Victor Hugo‘s novel Les Misérables (1862). It’s the French form of Epponina, a Gaulish name which could be based on Epona, a Celtic goddess of horses who was popular not only in Celtic religions but also among the Romans as well. It means “horse” from Gaulish epos via Proto-Celtic *ekʷos…


Delano is a male name, an anglicized spelling of French surname de la Noye, a place name referring to someone who came from a place called La Noye/ La Noue or Lannoy, which derives from a Gaulish origin meaning “wetland, swamp”. Origin: Gaulish  


Elana is a female given name with several possible origins: it could be a variant spelling of Ilana, which is the feminine form of Ilan, a Hebrew male name meaning “tree”, though it could also be a feminine form of Elon, another Hebrew male name meaning “tree, oak tree”; Elana could also be a variant form of Helena,…


Drew is used as a short form of Andrew, which is the English form of Greek male name Andreas, derived from Greek andreios meaning “manly, masculine”. It’s also the anglicized form of Drogo, itself an Ancient Germanic personal name either derived from Gothic meaning “to bear”, “to carry” or from an Old Saxon root meaning “ghost” or “phantom”. Drew is also a surname…


Devere comes from a French surname meaning “of Ver” or “from Ver”, referring to someone who came from a town called Vere. It’s made up from French de (of, from) and  Vere meaning “alder” which comes from a Gaulish word so the name essentially means “from the alders”. Origin: French, Gaulish