Meaning: “Morning wind.”
Nicknames: Zafa, Zafi
Meaning: “White rose.”
Nicknames: Rose, Rosie, Rosa
Meaning: “Prospers in battle.”
Pronunciation: (AWT-tuh-line); (AWT-tuh-leen)
Nicknames: Ottie, Otka, Lottie, Tola
Detail: Ottoline is a variation of Otthild, derived from ott “prosperity, fortune, riches” and hild “battle, fight”
Meaning: “Protector and ruler.”
Nicknames: Var, Rick
Detail: Germanic name derived from the elements war, var “protecting” and rik “ruler”.
Detail: In Professor Tolkien’s Elvin language of Quenya, Tuilë is the name for spring
Meaning: “Rose of spring.”
Nicknames: Az, Azzy, Zaz, Zazzy
Meaning: “Deep valley.”
Detail: Holden is an English surname which was first taken from the same English place name. It is made up of the Old English elements hol “deep, hollow” and denu “valley”.
Holden Caulfield was the main character in the novel The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger.