I that was the only one i could think of when ytterbium and erbium etc didnt work.
Also nickel is a short of Kupfernickel, named after copper (literally, demon of copper).
I agree with @ecalot that nickel is named after copper. Also zirconium is named after gold https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zirconium.
At a stretch you could argue that copernicium is also named after two elements since Nicolaus Copernicus' surname means copper+nickel
One to add for an element named after a woman - palladium was named after Pallas Athena the Greek goddess and can also translate to "little maiden"