Etymology
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Octavia 

fem. proper name, from Latin, fem. of Octavius, literally "the eighth" (see Octavian).

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sake (n.2)

Japanese fermented liquor made from rice, 1680s, from Japanese sake, literally "alcohol."

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Zohar (n.)

Jewish mystical commentary on the Pentateuch, 1680s, Hebrew, literally "light, splendor."

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lev (n.)

monetary unit of Bulgaria, introduced 1881, literally "lion" (compare leu).

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Ilocano 

from Philippine Spanish Ilocos, literally "river men," from Tagalog ilog "river."

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Truman 

surname, attested by 1215, literally "faithful man, trusty man."

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Shikoku 

Japanese island, literally "four provinces," from shi "four" + koku "province."

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lied (n.)

"German romantic song," 1852, from German Lied (plural Lieder), literally "song," from Middle High German liet, from Old High German liod, from Proto-Germanic *leuthan, from a PIE echoic root (see laud). Hence Liederkranz "German singing society," from German, literally "garland of songs."

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Ada 

fem. proper name, from Hebrew Adha, literally "ornament."

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Weber 

surname attested from 1255; literally "weaver" (see web).

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