Aylin (iy-LEEN) is a female given name of Turkish origin meaning “to belong to the Moon.”
Cariba is a rarely used feminine name of unknown origin and meaning. There is a version that this name is of Arab origin and means “pure”, but it is not proven.
Alistair is the Scottish form of Alexander. Alexander is the Latinized form of the ancient Greek name Alexandros (alexein (meaning “to defend”) + andros (meaning “man, warrior” in the possessive) and so specifically means: “defender of mankind”). Adopted by the lowland Scots by the seventeenth century, the name didn’t become popular outside Scotland and Ireland until the twentieth century.
Maeve is a feminine given name of Irish origin meaning “she who intoxicates.”