Bithleem

Gender: Feminine
Origin: Greek
Meaning: “Bethlehem”
ΒΗΘΛΕΕΜ

The name is derived from the Greek word for Bethlehem and is usually bestowed upon girls born around the Christmas holiday.

Source

  1. http://www.foundalis.com/grk/EllinikaOnomata.html#statistiki
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Kanella

Gender: Feminine
Origin: Greek
Meaning: “cinnamon”
ΚΑΝΕΛΛΑ

The name comes directly from the modern Greek word for cinnamon.

Source

  1. http://www.foundalis.com/grk/EllinikaOnomata.html#statistiki

Jarogniew

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Polish
Meaning: fierce anger.”
(yah-RAWG-nyef)

The name is composed of the Old Slavonic elements, jary, “fierce, strong” and gniew “anger.”

Another form is Jerogniew.

A notable bearer was Jarogniew Drwęski (1873-1921) a famous Polish statesman and social activist.

The designated name-day in Poland is December 6.

Sources

  1. http://www.behindthename.com/php/find.php?name=jarogniew
  2. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jarogniew_(imi%C4%99)