I have just found a site (thanks to someone on my WoW guild site) that I think is pretty cool for any Tolkien fans. Using the idea of the meanings of name and then putting those meanings into Quenya as closely as possible, here is a site in which one may find his/her name-meaning in that language:http://www.elvish.org/elm/names.html
For example for some of the forum members who have posted in this thread:
Jacob/James - from Hebrew' "supplanter'; in QL we can find kaita- "to place" (it may be not valid and clashes with a word for 'lie'!), whence we could form *encaita- "replace" close to the meaning of 'supplant', then maybe Encaitar
Ian/John - "Yochanan = "Yo (Yahweh, Jehovah) Is Gracious". I cannot think of any perfect Quenya rendering, but Eru [ná] antala means "God Is Giving". Treating the participle as an adjective, we construct the name Eruantalon. Perhaps it can be contracted to Eruntalon."
or better Erufailon"
Peter - "from Greek 'stone'; sar "[little] stone", ondo "stone", thus Sardo
or just Ondo
; some Peter uses Gondo, which might be a Sindarin-Quenya mix-up"
Philip - "Greek for "horse-lover" (philos "loving" + hippos "horse"), in Quenya Roccondil
Elisha - "Heb. 'God is generous'; Eru "God"; faila "generous, fair-minded", thus Erufailo
, cf. ALISHA
Christopher - "Erucolindo
; based on suggestion above it also could be Lavincolindo or Laivincolmo or Lavincólo (*colmo, *cólo "bearer"); or we may adopt 'Christ' to Quenya if someone cannot accept Eru, so Hristocolindo; or Elpinocolindo (see CHRISTIAN)"
And there are many other names there. too