Lidda

Lidda seems to be a variant form or a diminutive of Lydia, a Greek female name derived from the name of an ancient kingdom in Asia Minor, used to refer to someone who came from there. It was apparently named after a king, Lydus or Ludos, whose name might mean “beautiful one” or “noble one”. Another possible meaning is that…

Nanaho

Nanaho is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: nana 七 “seven” + ho 帆 “sail” (七帆); na 菜 “vegetable; side dish; green” + na 々 (repetition of a kanji) + ho 帆 “sail” (菜々帆); nana 七 “seven” + ho 保 “protect; guarantee; keep; preserve; sustain; support” (七保); na 南 “south” + na 々 (reputation of a kanji) + ho 朋 “friend; companion” (南々朋); na 菜 “vegetable; side dish; green” + na 奈 “Nara; what?” + ho 葉 “leaf; needle; blade” (菜奈葉). There…

Phyllis

Phyllis is the name of a figure in Greek mythology, the daughter of a king of Thrace who was in love with a man named Demephon (or Acamas in some versions) who promised to return to her on a certain day. When he didn’t, she killed herself and was transformed into an almond tree. The name means…

Caleen

Caleen is a female given name though there wasn’t much I could find on it. It could be a variant form of Calina, a variant spelling of Kalina, a Slavic female name meaning “guelder rose” or “viburnum tree” (the guelder rose is the common name for the viburnum), though it may also be a variant form of Callie, a short…