5: Cedany Saunsaule -New Name (NP)
Submitter desires a feminine name.
Language/Culture (13th century English) most important.
Meaning (Last name meaning "Without a soul") most important.
Cedany - given name found in "Feminine Given Names in A Dictionary of English Surnames, Part Three: The Names H-Z" by Talan Gwynek. Variant of Sidony, dated 1275.
Saunsaule - constructed byname meaning "without soul".
Saun-: R&W s.n. Sansaver has John Saunbrays, 1332, "without breeches"; Thomas Saunfayle, 1332, "without fail". R&W s.n. Santer has John Sauntere, 1275, "without land", nickname for King John.
-saule: R&W s.n. Godsal has Godwin Gotsaule, 12th century, "good soul"; William God saule, 1197, "good soul". R&W s.n. Whissell has Nicholas Whitsaul(e), 1279, "white soul". Jonsjo s.n. Modysaul has Hugh Modisaule, 1314, "brave soul".