Saraswati

Saraswati is the name of a Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, and the arts. Her name means "possessing water" or "she with many pools" from Sanskrit saras (fluid, water, lake) which comes from Proto-Indo-Iranian sáras ~ sálas (marsh, water) derived from Proto-Indo-European *sélos~*séles (marsh) and vati (having). I've also seen it listed as coming from Sanskrit sāra meaning "essence" and sva (self, one self) so essentially … Continue reading Saraswati

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Lynnette

Lynnette is a variant spelling of Lynette, the English form of Welsh Luned, a variant of Eluned meaning "image, idol" from Welsh eilun. It can also be a diminutive spelling of Lynn, originally a surname derived from Welsh meaning "lake" from Gaelic linne (pond, pool, waterfall). In Arthurian legend, Lynette (also spelled Linnet) is a noble lady who travels to the court of King Arthur to … Continue reading Lynnette