Charles This boy's name is used in English and French. Its source is ceorl, an Ancient Germanic word meaning "Freeholder."
Firstein first= preceding all others in time, order, or importance; ein= German one.
Georgina This name is a feminine form of George. Its source is Georgios, a Greek name meaning "Farmer."
Orwell See: George Orwell, whose pen name was derived from filmmaker George Orson Wells.|
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Phil This boy's name is used in English. It is a nickname of Philip and Phillip. Their source is Philippos, a Greek name meaning "Horse lover."
Shirley This girl's and boy's name is used in English. Its source is scir leah, an Old English phrase meaning "Sunny glade." Beginning its existence as a British aristocratic surname, Shirley was first used as a personal name for males. Influential females changed all that. In Charlotte Brontë's 1849 novel Shirley, the title character was given the name because her parents wanted a boy.