This is also used as a first name, although not just for Christmas babies either!
Goodness Ogbuji Chaplain:
Monsignor Dominic E.
Helen Onyiuke Sr.
It was never translated into Irish, but you can use an unrelated Irish name that sounds similar:
This would work in Irish Gaelic as well.
Thus it is necessary to understand it in the context of the times during which John was writing - looking through his eyes at his world - to apply this ethnographic hermeneutic.
Gwen, Gwendolen, Gwendolyn, Gwyn Gwen is a Welsh word meaning "white; holy; blessed; pure; fair-haired; beautiful.
Lotanna Ibeabuchi Sr.
He was inspired by the phrase "fwendy wendy," a baby-talk nickname for "friend," which was given to him by a childhood friend.
It is based on the name Samuel and other names like Iantha.