A rather specific title, but there’s a reason for that. I noted down a few names a few days ago, and they all complied to these specific criteria. Odd, huh? A post about these types of names was therefore necessary, because one mustn’t dismiss such a coincidence.
In truth, the original post was going to look at many, many of them, but there are hundreds to consider. So instead we’re turning this into a Top 10 post, consisting of mainly names that captured my imagination and interest. The only main filter I used was omitted potentials which had less-than-lovely meanings, since they’re more obvious when using English words as names, than say, using a name derived from Latin, such as Claude which means crippled. The definitions used are courtesy of my long-suffering Cambridge Dictionary. That, and the original list was heavily biased in favour of female names, so Soul and Bell ended up on missing out in favour of names not necessarily masculine, but more in the way of unisex-ness (#5	).
a decorative cloth which is made by weaving thin thread in delicate patterns with holes in them
(especially of facts or statements) right and not wrong; correct
a very small, brown bird
a white or grey bird, often used as a symbol of peace
a type of modern music with a rhythm in which the strong notes are usually not on the beat and which is usually improvised
a small round fruit with a thin smooth red, purple or yellow skin, sweet soft flesh, and a single large hard seed
something that has the shape of this structure, often used for decoration
the raised curve on the bottom of your foot
wise, especially as a result of great experience
an area in which you can get easily lost because there are so many similar streets or passages