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How about <i>Zoete</i> (pronounced 'zoo-teh')? It's a Dutch name, identical with the word for 'sweet'.
The first edition of the Dictionary has now been published, you can find it at http://dmnes.org/
Many of these names that people think are modern coinages -- pointing to received info commonly repeated about various authors inventing names -- are actually much older.
Wendy and Cedric can both be found in early 17th C English parish registers; Miranda is found in mid 14th C Perigueux, France; Amanda shows up in England in the 13th C; and Cora and its diminutive Corina can be found in Imola, Italy, in the early 14th C.