Female | The French form for Amy, meaning ‘beloved’ | pronounced e-me.
Female | French Provençal and Catalan version of Hebrew Anne meaning ‘grace’ | pronounced an-nah-EES
Male | Of Breton origin derived from the word for ‘friend’ or possibly ‘hurricane’ | pronounced kaw-rahn-ten.
Female | From the city of Delphi, the site of the famous oracle, derived from the Greek word for ‘dolphin’ | pronounced del-pheen.
Male | Derived from the Greek word for ‘garland’ or ‘crown’, a variation of Stephen | pronounced ay-tee-en.
Female | From the French word for flower, it was the name of a literary character in the Forsyte Saga | pronounced flur.
Male | From the Breton word meaning ‘generous lord’ also used to refer to speakers of Gaelic languages | pronounced ga-el.
Male | The French derivative of the Latin name Lucius, meaning ‘light’ | pronounced luy-sien.
Male | From the Breton Mael, which was derived from a Celtic word meaning ‘chief’ or ‘prince’ | pronounced ma-el.
Female | Derived from the French word for ‘ocean’ | pronounced aw-se-an.
Male | Derived from the ancient Germanic words for ‘courageous’ and ‘people’ | pronounced tee-bawld.