The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium received more than 11,000 possible names for its baby elephant, and now the list has been trimmed to four. The public will select the male calf's name through voting on the zoo's Web site.

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium received more than 11,000 possible names for its baby elephant, and now the list has been trimmed to four. The public will select the male calf's name through voting on the zoo's Web site.

The finalists are:

Beco (BEE-co), which is a combination of the baby's mother (Phoebe) and father (Coco).

Damai (da-MY), which means "peace" in Indonesian.

Sattva (SUHT-vah), which means "purity" or "existence" in Sanskrit.

Siddhartha, which means "fulfillment" in Sanskrit. The name could be shortened to Sid.

The judges, who included zoo staff and volunteers, looked "first and foremost" for names that were easy to pronounce, assistant curator Harry Peachey said in a press release.

The names have been posted on the zoo's Web site, www.columbuszoo.org. The name that receives the most votes by midnight Wednesday, May 6, will be announced at the zoo at 2 p.m. May 10, which is Mother's Day.

The winner will receive a prize package from the zoo.

The elephant was born March 27.