Zsálya

Gender:Feminine
Origin: Hungarian
Meaning: “sage”
(ZHY-aw)

The name comes directly from the Hungarian word for sage.

The designated name-days are October 28 and January 11.

Source

  1. http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zs%C3%A1lya_(keresztn%C3%A9v)
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Vesela

Gender: Feminine
Origin: Bulgarian/Croatian/Macedonian/Serbian
Meaning: “cheerful”
Весела

The name is derived from the South Slavic word, vesel, meaning “cheerful.”

The designated name-day in Hungary is January 1.

Other forms include the masculine, Veselin, and the feminine, Veselina.

Source

  1. http://www.behindthename.com/name/vesela

Álmos

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Hungarian
Meaning: “dream”
(AHL-moshe)

The name was borne by the first Grand Prince of the Magyars (854-895), according to legend, his mother Emese dreamt that she was impregnated by a Turul bird, begetting Álmos, and she saw he would be the leader of a great nation, hence the origin of his name.

The designated name-day in Hungary is January 1.

Sources

Belén

Gender: Feminine
Origin: Spanish
Meaning: “Bethlehem”
(be-LEN)

The name is a Spanish form of Bethlahem and was originally used in honor of Mary of Bethlehem.

The name is found alone and in various Spanish compounds, which include:

  • Ana Belén
  • Maria Belén

Diminutives include:

Anabel (for Ana Belén)
Belu
Belencita
Bel
Belencilla

Sources

  1. http://www.behindthename.com/name/bele10n
  2. http://kurufin.narod.ru/html/spain.html
  3. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hipocor%C3%ADstico