Baby Girl Names

Name Origin meaning Popularname
ATIYAArabic gift giving.-----
AYDAArabic profit. -----
AAssyrian lady or queen a consort of Shamash. -----
AAMINAArabic peaceful. -----
ABEBIAfrican one who wards off. -----
ABENAAfrican born on Tuesday. -----
ABENIAfrican suppliant. -----
ABIDAArabic she who worships. -----
ABIDEMIAfrican born while Father is away. -----
ABLAArabic woman with a full figure. -----
ABLAHArabic woman with a full figure. -----
ACHEFLOURArthurian white flower. -----
ACHIENGAfrican born when the sun shines. -----
ADAEZEAfrican princess. -----
ADANNAAfrican fathers daughter. -----
ADARAArabic the virgins. -----
ADEArthurian ornament red or rich .-----
ADEDEAfrican famous. -----
ADHARAArabic the virgins. -----
ADHIAMBOAfrican born in the evening. -----
ADISAAfrican I am grave or I speak gravely.-----
ADIYAArabic narrow minded. -----
ADJOAAfrican Monday born. -----
ADONGOAfrican second born of twins. -----
ADVAAramaic wave ripple.-----
ADWOAAfrican Monday born. -----
AEDELAnglo Saxon noble threatener. -----
AELFGIFUAnglo Saxon elf gift. -----
AELFGIVAAnglo Saxon elf gift. -----
AELFLAEDAnglo Saxon elfin beauty. -----
AELFLEDAnglo Saxon elfin beauty. -----
AELFTHRYTHAnglo Saxon threatening elf. -----
AELGIFUAnglo Saxon elf gift. -----
AESHAArabic girl. -----
AETHELTHRYTHAnglo Saxon noble threatener. -----
AFAFArabic chastity. -----
AFERDITAAlbanian dawn. -----
AFFRICAAfrican from the land of the Afarik. -----
AFIAAfrican born on Friday. -----
AFRICAAfrican from the land of the Afarik. -----
AFUAAfrican born on Friday. -----
AGHAVNIArmenian dove. -----
AIDAArabic ornament. -----
AIDAHArabic ornament born during a feast. -----
AIESHAArabic girl. -----
AISHAArabic girl. -----
AISHAHArabic girl. -----
AKELAArabic alone. -----
AKELLOAfrican born after twins . -----
AKILAHArabic matchless pearl. -----
AKINYIAfrican born in the morning . -----
AKOKOAfrican fowl hen. -----
AKOSUAAfrican born on Sunday afternoon or evening. -----
AKUAAfrican born on Wednesday. -----
AKWASIBAHAfrican born on Sunday. -----
ALABAAfrican one person an individual. -----
ALALAAfrican a dreamer. -----
ALALAAssyrian the goddess. -----
ALATHArabic the lofty Goddess. -----
AL BORAKArabic the lightning. -----
ALILATArabic the child bearing -----
ALITTAArabic the child bearing. -----
ALLATAssyrian the goddess. -----
ALLATUAssyrian goddess of the underworld. -----
ALMASArabic diamond. -----
ALOZZAArabic the powerful. -----
ALTOONArmenian gold. -----
ALUDRAArabic the virgin. -----
ALYAAramaic dirge elegy or sheeps tail.-----
AMAKAAfrican noble or she well knows. -----
AMALArabic hope. -----
AMANIArabic wishes. -----
AMARAAfrican urgent business. -----
AMEENAArabic faithful. -----
AMINAArabic faithful. -----
AMINAHArabic faithful. -----
AMIRAArabic princess. -----
AMNAArabic faithful. -----
AMUHIAAssyrian Amytis. -----
ANAArthurian mother a war goddess mother of the gods and mother of Gawain.-----
ANAHIDArmenian pure spotless taintless.-----
ANANAfrican fourth born child. -----
ANATAssyrian pure spotless taintless.-----
ANATUAssyrian pure spotless taintless.-----
ANENAAramaic answer my prayer. -----
ANGHARADArthurian far from shame. -----
ANGHARATArthurian far from shame. -----
ANGHARAWDArthurian far from shame. -----
ANGLIDESArthurian child of the Angles . -----
ANINAAramaic answer my prayer. -----
ANISAArabic intimate friend woman. -----
ANISAHArabic intimate friend woman -----
ANKINEArmenian valuable. -----
ANNAArthurian mother a war goddess mother of the gods and mother of Gawain.-----
ANNISSAArabic intimate friend woman. -----
ANOUSHArmenian sweet. -----
ANUNITAssyrian a goddess Venus also a star identified with Ishtar.-----
APIOAfrican the one who comes quickly the first born of twins. -----
APIYOAfrican the one who comes quickly the first born of twins. -----
APUNDAAfrican one who is beside herself. -----
AQILAArabic intelligent or a matchless pearl.-----
ARALUAssyrian the nether world. -----
ARDIANAAlbanian of the tribe Ardiaei. -----
ARDITAAlbanian golden day. -----
ARDITHAnglo Saxon good war. -----
AREVArmenian sun. -----
ARGANTEArthurian silvery. -----
ARIANAAlbanian Persian. -----
ARJANAAfrican paradise. -----
ARMAVENEArmenian palm tree. -----
ARMENOUHEEArmenian from Armenia. -----
ARMENOUHIArmenian from Armenia. -----
AROOSIAGArmenian morning star. -----
AROUSEAKArmenian morning star. -----
AROUSIAGArmenian morning star. -----
ARPIArmenian sun. -----
ARRAFAArabic diviners. -----
ARURUAssyrian goddess of creation. -----
ARUSIAGArmenian morning star. -----
ARUSIAKArmenian morning star. -----
ARWAArabic pure water mountain goats. -----
ASDGHIGArmenian Venus. -----
ASHANTIAfrican of the Ashanti people. -----
ASMAArabic name reputation.-----
ASTARTEAssyrian star. -----
ASTGHIKArmenian Venus. -----
ASTOLATArthurian shallot the onion or Alclut the name of the rock of Dumbarton.-----
ATHEHAssyrian Atargatis in Tarsus. -----
ATIENOAfrican born in the evening or night. -----
AVALONArthurian apple island. -----
AWITIAfrican the child that has been thrown away. -----
AWOTWIAfrican born eighth. -----
AYESHAArabic girl. -----
AYISHAArabic girl. -----
AYISHAHArabic girl. -----
AYOAfrican joy valued or born on the road.-----
AYODELEAfrican joy of the house. -----
AYOOAfrican born on the road. -----
AYOTUNDEAfrican joy has returned. -----
AYSIAfrican born on Sunday morning. -----
AZNIVArmenian noble. -----
BAAKOAfrican first born. -----
BABIRYEAfrican two people first born of twin girls. -----
BADASHANArmenian answer. -----
BADRArabic full moon. -----
BADRIYAHArabic early firstborn beautiful.-----
BAGMASTIArmenian consort of the deity Haldi. -----
BAHATIAfrican good fortune luck.-----
BAHIGAArabic joyous. -----
BAHIJAArabic joyous. -----
BAHILUArabic the queen of Idilu. -----
BAHIYYAArabic beautiful or emptiness .-----
BAHUAkkadian lady of death Gula. -----
BAILUArabic the queen of Ikhilu. -----
BAMIDELEAfrican bring me home. -----
BAPOTOAfrican disturbance noise. -----
BARBARYAnglo Saxon stranger. -----
BASIMAArabic a smile. -----
BASIRAArabic seer. -----
BASMAArabic a smile. -----
BATULArabic virgin. -----
BEBBAAnglo Saxon Gods oath. -----
BELAKANEAfrican concubine . -----
BELAKANEArthurian pelican or concubine.-----
BELITAssyrian the lady par excellence.-----
BENAT ALLAHArabic daughters of God. -----
BERJOUHIArmenian from Berjou . -----
BESAAlbanian oath. -----
BESIANAAlbanian oath. -----
BESJANAAlbanian oath. -----
BILITAssyrian the lady The Mother of the Gods. -----
BLANCHEFLEURArthurian white flower. -----
BLANCHEFLORArthurian white flower. -----
BLANCHEFLOURArthurian white flower. -----
BLERINAAlbanian green. -----
BLERTAAlbanian green. -----
BLESSINGAfrican blessing. -----
BOHLALEAfrican wisdom. -----
BOIPELOAfrican proud. -----
BOITUMELOAfrican joy. -----
BOLADEAfrican honor arrives. -----
BOLAHAfrican cows tail. -----
BOLANILEAfrican the honor of this house. -----
BORAAlbanian snow. -----
BORAKArabic lightning. -----
BRANGAINEArthurian a servant of Isolt. -----
BRANWENArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BRENGWAINArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BRONWENArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BUDURArabic full moons. -----
BUKUROSHEAlbanian babe. -----
BURBUQEAlbanian bud. -----
CANDACEAfrican the mistress of Chendi. -----
CANDISAfrican the mistress of Chendi. -----
CHANDAKI African the mistress of Chendi. -----
CHAYUTAAramaic life or livelihood.-----
CHELINDAArthurian one who is trafficked . -----
CHELINDEArthurian one who is trafficked . -----
CHIAMAKAAfrican God is noble or the spirit knows.-----
CHIBAArabic Alpha the Tent. -----
CHIBUZOAfrican God leads. -----
CHIDIEBEREAfrican God is gentle. -----
CHIDIMMAAfrican God is good. -----
CHIEMEKAAfrican God has done very well. -----
CHIKAAfrican God is the greatest. -----
CHINAAramaic grace. -----
CHINAZAAfrican God answers my prayer. -----
CHINEDUAfrican God is my leader. -----
CHINWEAfrican God owns me. -----
CHINWENDUAfrican God owns life. -----
CHIOMAAfrican God is good. -----
CHIPOAfrican gift. -----
CHIYUTAAramaic life or livelihood.-----
CHIZOBAAfrican may God save. -----
CLARINEArthurian bright clear.-----
CLARISSANTArthurian bright clear or famous.-----
COMFORTAfrican comfort. -----
CONDWIRAMURArthurian white flower or loves convoy. -----
CONDWIRAMURSArthurian white flower or loves convoy.-----
CREIRDYDDLYDDArthurian token of overflowing. -----
CUNDRIEArthurian a witch and seductress called a strange creation. -----
CYNEBURGAAnglo Saxon pledge of kindred. -----
CYNEBURHAnglo Saxon pledge of kindred. -----
DADUAssyrian the beloved one. -----
DADU GHIPAAssyrian beautiful beloved one. -----
DALALArabic error ruin perdition.-----
DAMBUDZOAfrican adversity. -----
DANBRANNArthurian daughter of king Pellinore. -----
DARDANAAlbanian a Trojan. -----
DASHURIEAlbanian love. -----
DAYOAfrican joy arrives. -----
DECHTEREArthurian dawn goddess. -----
DEDEAfrican a jigger or a grasshopper. -----
DENISAAlbanian of Dionysos. -----
DHAT BAADANArabic Lady of Baadan. -----
DHAT BADANArabic a Himyaritic goddess. -----
DHAT HAMIArabic Lady of the Sacred Enclosure. -----
DHAT HAMINArabic a Himyaritic goddess. -----
DIKELEDIAfrican tears. -----
DIMAArabic blood life.-----
DINDRANEArthurian daughter of king Pellinore. -----
DJAMILAArabic handsome. -----
DRITAAlbanian light. -----
DUBAKUAfrican eleventh born child. -----
DUHAArabic mid day. -----
DUVSHAAramaic honey. -----
DZAGHIGArmenian flower. -----
DZIADZANArmenian rainbow. -----
EADAnglo Saxon rich. -----
EADBURGAAnglo Saxon rich protection. -----
EADGYTHAnglo Saxon rich battle. -----
EADHILDAnglo Saxon rich battle maid. -----
EALDGYTHAnglo Saxon old battle. -----
EBBAAnglo Saxon rich protection. -----
EBELEAfrican mourning. -----
EDONAAlbanian of the Edoni a people of Thrace. -----
EEDAnglo Saxon rich. -----
EFUAAfrican born on Friday. -----
EIGYRArthurian the virgin. -----
EKUAAfrican born on Wednesday. -----
EKUNDAYOAfrican my sorrow has turned to joy. -----
ELAINEArthurian the bright or the light.-----
EL BORAKArabic the lightning. -----
ELIRAAlbanian star or from Illyria.-----
ELIZABETHArthurian Gods oath. -----
ELSAArthurian noble cheer or noble maiden.-----
ENIDArthurian soul. -----
ENIDEArthurian soul. -----
ENIOLAAfrican she who is wealthy. -----
ENITANAfrican one of story. -----
ENUAfrican second born child. -----
ENYGEUSArthurian Phoenician. -----
EOFORHILDAnglo Saxon wild boar battle maiden. -----
EPHIGENIAAfrican of pythonic descent daughter of Iphis. -----
ERNAAnglo Saxon reserved shy. -----
ESHEAfrican immortal. -----
ESIAfrican born on Sunday. -----
ESSYLTArthurian ice fighter. -----
ESTRILDArthurian ice fighter. -----
ESYLLTArthurian ice fighter. -----
ETHELDREDAAnglo Saxon noble threatener. -----
ETHELFLEDAAnglo Saxon noble increase. -----
ETHELINDAnglo Saxon noble and mild or noble snake.-----
ETHELINDAAnglo Saxon noble and mild or noble snake. -----
ETTARDArthurian the unsympathetic lover of Pelleas. -----
ETTARREArthurian the unsympathetic lover of Pelleas. -----
FADIAArabic redeemer. -----
FADILAArabic virtuous. -----
FAHIMAArabic acute of understanding an intellectual. -----
FAIRUZArabic turquoise. -----
FAIZAArabic abundance exuberance.-----
FAKHRArabic glory. -----
FAKHRIYAArabic glorious meritorious.-----
FARAHArabic happiness. -----
FARAIAfrican rejoice. -----
FARIDAArabic unique. -----
FARIHAArabic happy. -----
FARRAHArabic happiness. -----
FATENArabic temptress. -----
FATHIYYAArabic a conqueror. -----
FATIMAArabic weaned. -----
FATIMEAlbanian weaned. -----
FATJETAAlbanian luck life. -----
FATJONAAlbanian our fortune. -----
FATLINDAlbanian lucky birth. -----
FATMAArabic weaned. -----
FATMIREAlbanian good fortune. -----
FAWZIYYAArabic success victory. -----
FAYZAArabic victorious. -----
FEMIAfrican God loves me. -----
FENICEArthurian phoenix. -----
FETIJEAlbanian victory. -----
FIDDAArabic silver. -----
FIKRIYYAArabic reflection thought.-----
FIRAMODORAnglo Saxon the goddess of the earth. -----
FIRUZAArabic victorious. -----
FIZZAArabic silver. -----
FLOREEArthurian indigo powder blue . -----
FLUTURAAlbanian butterfly. -----
FOLAMIAfrican honor me. -----
FRIDESWIDEAnglo Saxon peace strength. -----
FRIDISWIDAnglo Saxon peace strength. -----
FRITHSWITHAnglo Saxon peace strength. -----
FRITHUSWITHAnglo Saxon peace strength. -----
FUMBEAfrican slave. -----
FUMNANYAAfrican she who inspires love. -----
FUNANYAAfrican she who inspires love. -----
FURAHAAfrican joy. -----
GADARArmenian summit. -----
GALIENEArthurian stillness of the sea . -----
GALILAArabic glory majesty.-----
GAMILAArabic beautiful. -----
GANIEDAArthurian a magic maiden sorceress. -----
GAYANEArmenian the name of a saint melody. -----
GAZBIYYAArabic attractive. -----
GBEMISOLAAfrican carry me into honor. -----
GENTAAlbanian gentian plant also Gentile. -----
GENTIANAAlbanian gentian plant also Gentile. -----
GHADAArabic bait and food provisions.-----
GHADIRArabic horse pond. -----
GHUFRANArabic pardon remission.-----
GISAAnglo Saxon hostage. -----
GRISANDOLEArthurian a princess disguised as a man terror. -----
GUENEVERArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GUENLOIEArthurian queen goose . -----
GUGUAfrican a precious person. -----
GUINEVERArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GUINEVEREArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GULAAssyrian goddess of healing. -----
GWENDDYDDArthurian morning star. -----
GWENDOLENArthurian white browed. -----
GWENDOLOENAArthurian white browed. -----
GWENEVERArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GWENHWYFACHArthurian high lady. -----
GWENHWYFARArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GWENHWYVACHArthurian high lady. -----
GWENHWYVARArthurian swelling white wave. -----
GYNETHArthurian North Wales. -----
GYTHAAnglo Saxon gift. -----
HABIBAArabic beloved. -----
HADIAArabic gift sacrifice.-----
HADILArabic cooing of doves. -----
HADIYAAfrican gift sacrifice.-----
HADIYAArabic gift sacrifice.-----
HADIYYAAfrican gift sacrifice.-----
HADIYYAArabic gift sacrifice.-----
HADJARAArabic stone or immigrant pilgrim.-----
HADYAArabic gift sacrifice.-----
HAFSAArabic guardian. -----
HAFSAHArabic guardian. -----
HAFZAArabic guardian. -----
HAIFAArabic very slender. -----
HAIGOUHIArmenian fathers girl. -----
HAJARArabic abandoned. -----
HALAArabic areola halo.-----
HALIMA Arabic gentle. -----
HALTOONArmenian gold -----
HANAArabic happiness. -----
HANANArabic pitying. -----
HANIFAArabic a true believer. -----
HAQIQAH Arabic honest. -----
HASINA Arabic pretty. -----
HASMIGArmenian jasmine. -----
HATOONArmenian lady. -----
HAWAArabic air desire inclination. -----
HAYFAArabic very slender. -----
HAYUTAAramaic life or livelihood.-----
HEGHNARArmenian fathers daughter . -----
HELAINEArthurian light lamp or torch.-----
HENDAQUAfrican the mistress of Chendi. -----
HERZELOYDEArthurian lady domina or hearts sorrow.-----
HEVAArabic life Eve. -----
HEYGOUHEEArmenian fathers girl. -----
HIBAArabic gift also Alpha the Tent.-----
HIKMATArabic wisdom. -----
HINAAramaic grace. -----
HINDArabic black dark -----
HLENGIWEAfrican savior. -----
HODAArabic guidance. -----
HOUDAArabic guidance. -----
HROTHWYNAnglo Saxon famous joy. -----
HUDAArabic guidance. -----
HUNAZANTArmenian obedient. -----
IBLISArthurian wife of Lanzelet. -----
IBTIHAJArabic exultation. -----
IBTISAMArabic friskiness slightly smiling. -----
IDONEAAnglo Saxon she who works incessantly. -----
IDOWUAfrican increase born after twins. -----
IFEAfrican love. -----
IFUNANYAAfrican love inspires love. -----
IGERNEArthurian the virgin. -----
IGRAINEArthurian the virgin. -----
IHABArabic gift. -----
IHSANArabic a kind act benefaction. -----
IKRAAMArabic respect. -----
IKRAMArabic respect. -----
IMANArabic faith. -----
IRMAAlbanian public. -----
ISABELLAArthurian oath of Baal or unmarried.-----
ISEULTArthurian ice fighter. -----
ISHILDArthurian ice fighter. -----
ISHTARAssyrian female doves. -----
ISMATArabic innocence. -----
ISOLDEArthurian ice fighter. -----
ISRAArabic night journey. -----
ITIDALArabic temperance. -----
ITIMADArabic trust. -----
JALILAArabic glory majesty.-----
JAMEELAArabic beautiful. -----
JAMILAArabic beautiful. -----
JAMILLAHArabic beautiful. -----
JANANArabic heart. -----
JAYDEAfrican jade. -----
JEHONAAlbanian echo. -----
JINANArabic gardens. -----
JOYCELINAfrican just right.-----
JULIANAAlbanian downy. -----
JUMANAHArabic pearl. -----
KAGISOAfrican peaceful. -----
KALISHAAfrican sorceress. -----
KALTRINAAlbanian blue. -----
KAMADAAfrican moon. -----
KAMARIAAfrican moon. -----
KARAMArabic generosity. -----
KARIMAArabic noble. -----
KATLEGOAfrican she with the boiling stare. -----
KEGHANOUSHArmenian from the fortress of Kegha -----
KHADIGAArabic sword or premature child.-----
KHADIJAArabic sword or premature child.-----
KHALIDAArabic eternity perpetuity.-----
KHALILAArabic a sincere and intimate friend. -----
KHATIJAHArabic sword or premature child.-----
KHAYRIYYAArabic benevolent charitable.-----
KIRABOAfrican offering or someone else.-----
KISMATArabic allotment. -----
KNARIGArmenian . -----
KOHARArmenian jewel. -----
KUNDRYArthurian a witch and seductress called a strange creation. -----
KUNTOAfrican morose ill humored.-----
LAILAArabic night. -----
LALLAArabic tulip mistress sultana.-----
LAMIAArabic brilliant. -----
LAMISArabic soft. -----
LAMRIArthurian the curveter. -----
LAMYAArabic brown lipped. -----
LATIFAArabic genteel. -----
LATIFAHArabic genteel. -----
LAUDINEArthurian praise . -----
LAWAHIZArabic shy glances. -----
LAYLAArabic night. -----
LEENAAfrican softness. -----
LEENAArabic softness. -----
LEILAArabic night. -----
LEILAHArabic night. -----
LENAAlbanian light. -----
LEOBGYTHAAnglo Saxon dear gift or love gift. -----
LEOFGYTHAnglo Saxon dear gift or love gift. -----
LEOLAAnglo Saxon deer swift. -----
LEONORAAlbanian light. -----
LESEDIAfrican light. -----
LI LITAssyrian the black evil spirit. -----
LINAArabic softness. -----
LINDITAAlbanian day born. -----
LINDIWEAfrican I watch or guard. -----
LINETArthurian shapely -----
LINETTEArthurian shapely -----
LIOBAAnglo Saxon love. -----
LIRIDONAAlbanian free willed. -----
LISANORArthurian mother of Lohot by Arthur. -----
LIUBAAnglo Saxon love. -----
LJENAAlbanian light. -----
LLAMREIArthurian the curveter. -----
LOOSIGArmenian little light. -----
LOOSINTAKArmenian crown of light. -----
LOUSABERArmenian light bringer. -----
LOUSAPERArmenian light bringer. -----
LOUSNTAKArmenian crown of light. -----
LUBNAArabic styrax tree. -----
LUCINEArmenian light. -----
LUJAYNArabic silver. -----
LULEAlbanian flower. -----
LULJETAAlbanian flower of life. -----
LUNEDArthurian little moon. -----
LUNETEArthurian little moon. -----
LUNGILEAfrican good right straight. -----
LYNETTEArthurian shapely -----
LYONSArthurian lioness or land of the lioness.-----
LYONESSEArthurian land of the lioness. -----
LYONORSArthurian mother of sir Borre. -----
LYUDMILAArmenian peoples love. -----
MAANAArabic the daughter of Jorham. -----
MAHALIAAramaic brain marrow or fatlings.-----
MAJLINDAAlbanian May birth. -----
MAKEDAAfrican queen of Sheba. -----
MAKENAAfrican the happy one. -----
MAKROUHIArmenian from the Makrou -----
MALAAfrican bitter. -----
MALAIKAAfrican angel. -----
MALAKArabic angel. -----
MALIKAArabic queen. -----
MANISHAKArmenian violet flower. -----
MANJOLAAlbanian magnolia. -----
MANNIGArmenian . -----
MANYARAAfrican lucky or rich with plunder. -----
MARAMArabic desire wish.-----
MARGARIDArmenian pearl. -----
MARGAWSEArthurian wife of king Lot. -----
MARJANIAfrican red coral. -----
MARJETAAlbanian pearl. -----
MARWAArabic sweet marjoram. -----
MASIKAAfrican born during a monsoon. -----
MASOZIAfrican tears. -----
MATABINTAINArabic a Himyaritic goddess. -----
MATILDAArthurian mighty battle maid. -----
MAZELArabic an idol in the form of a woman. -----
MCHUMBAAfrican sweetheart. -----
MDAArabic cunning. -----
MEGHRANOUSHArmenian honey sweet. -----
MEHALIAAramaic brain marrow or fatlings.-----
MEIRIONAAramaic sheep. -----
MILBURGAAnglo Saxon mild pledge. -----
MILDBURHAnglo Saxon mild pledge. -----
MILDRYTHAnglo Saxon mild threatener. -----
MILDTHRYTHAnglo Saxon mild threatener. -----
MIMOZAAlbanian mimosa. -----
MIRELAAlbanian admirable. -----
MIREMBEAfrican peace. -----
MIRJETAAlbanian good life. -----
MIRLINDAAlbanian well born. -----
MODRONArthurian mother. -----
MOJISOLAAfrican I awaken wealth. -----
MONATArabic the Lady of Arabia. -----
MONIFAAfrican I am luck. -----
MORCADESArthurian Orkney i.e. whale island.-----
MORGAN LE FAYArthurian Morgan the fairy. -----
MORGAUSEArthurian wife of king Lot. -----
MORVUDDArthurian sea faith. -----
MORVYDDArthurian sea faith. -----
MOUNAArabic desire wish.-----
Mu bal lidat seruaAssyrian the daughter of Assur ubalid. -----
MUDIWAAfrican beloved. -----
MUHSINAArabic giver granter.-----
MUMINAHArabic faithful. -----
MUNAArabic desire wish.-----
MUNIRAArabic beaming. -----
MURIELAnglo Saxon perfumed or myrrh. -----
MWANAJUMAAfrican child of Friday. -----
MYLITTAAssyrian the mother of the child. -----
NADIRAArabic rare singular uncommon.-----
NADIYYAArabic moist with dew. -----
NAILAArabic one who attains her desires a winner. -----
NAIMAArabic repose rest sleep-----
NAIRIArmenian Armenian. -----
NAIRIAssyrian an Armenian. -----
NAJIYAHArabic a saviour a deliverer.-----
NAJWAArabic a secret. -----
NAKATOAfrican second born of female twins. -----
NASHWAArabic euphoria. -----
NASIMArabic the zephyr. -----
NASIRAArabic assistant defender.-----
NAWALArabic gift present.-----
NAWARArabic gypsies. -----
NAZANIArmenian delicate. -----
NDIDIAfrican patience. -----
NGOZIAfrican accident skin snore . -----
NIAAfrican intention life purpose mind.-----
NIMUEArthurian error for Nineve q.v.. -----
NIN AKHA GUDDUAkkadian an obscure goddess. -----
NINEVEArthurian agreeable habitation or habitation of Nin.-----
NIN GELALAkkadian Belit. -----
NINHARRISSIAssyrian Lady of the Mountains. -----
NIN KI GALAssyrian Lady of the Great Earth. -----
NIN KUMMUAssyrian Lady of the Palace. -----
NIN MARKIAkkadian a Chaldean goddess. -----
NIN MUKAkkadian the wife of the god Turtak. -----
NKECHIAfrican of God or of the spirit. -----
NKEMDILIMAfrican belongs to me. -----
NKIRUKAAfrican one who is small. -----
NKOSAZANAAfrican princess. -----
NKRUMAAfrican ninth born child. -----
NOMUSAAfrican merciful. -----
NOORArabic light. -----
NOORAArabic light. -----
NOSIZWEAfrican mother of the nation. -----
NOUHAArabic lamenting. -----
NOURAArabic light. -----
NOUSHIGArmenian little almond. -----
NOUVARTArmenian little rose. -----
NSIAAfrican sixth born child. -----
NSONOWAAfrican seventh born child. -----
NTHANDAAfrican star. -----
NTOMBIAfrican girl. -----
NUBIAAfrican gold. -----
NUHAArabic lamenting. -----
NUKIMMUTAssyrian the mother of Ninip and Nebo. -----
NURArabic light. -----
NURAArabic light. -----
NURAAramaic light. -----
NURIAssyrian gypsy. -----
NYAHAfrican intention life purpose mind.-----
OGECHIAfrican time spirit. -----
OLABISIAfrican salvation increases. -----
OLAYINKAAfrican she brings salvation. -----
OLUCHIAfrican work of God. -----
OLUFEMIAfrican God loves me. -----
OLUFUNMILAYOAfrican God give me joy. -----
OLUFUNMILOLAAfrican God give me salvation. -----
OluwafunmilayoAfrican God will give me joy. -----
OLUWASEYIAfrican God made this. -----
OLUWATOYINAfrican the Christ deserves praise. -----
OLWENArthurian white footprint. -----
ONYEKAAfrican who is greatest -----
ONYEKACHUKWUAfrican who is greater than the great God -----
OPEYEMIAfrican I praise and give thanks. -----
ORCADESArthurian Orkney i.e. whale island.-----
ORGUELLEUSEArthurian mocking one. -----
OSBEORHTAnglo Saxon divine glory. -----
OSUMAREAfrican rainbow. -----
OVSANNAArmenian deliver us hosannah.-----
PATIENCEAfrican endurance submission. -----
PAULINEAfrican little. -----
PENINAAfrican red coral or a pearl.-----
PERGROUHIArmenian joy. -----
PIHIRIMAssyrian the king of Cilicia. -----
PIRISATIAssyrian king of Huras. -----
POURASDANArmenian garden of flowers. -----
PRANVERAAlbanian spring. -----
PRAPIONArmenian laurel prize recompense bot. tuberose.-----
PRYDWENArthurian the Britain . -----
QELHATATAfrican a queen of Nubia. -----
QHIKIZAAfrican full grown girl. -----
RABABArabic a stringed musical instrument. -----
RABBITURIAssyrian The Chieftainess. -----
RABIAArabic springtime. -----
RABIAHArabic born in the spring. -----
RACHEALAfrican a ewe. -----
RAFIQAArabic friend helper kind merciful. -----
RAHATArabic ease repose quiet.-----
RAJAArabic hope prayer supplication.-----
RAJAAArabic hope prayer supplication.-----
RAJIYAArabic hoping. -----
RALAArabic the daughter of Mudad. -----
RAMLAAfrican predictor of the future. -----
RAMLAArabic sand. -----
RANAArabic a spectacle. -----
RANIAArabic the beloved. -----
RANYAArabic the beloved. -----
RAQIYAHArabic enchantment fascination magic.-----
RASHAArabic gazelle . -----
RASIMAArabic one who investigates. -----
RAWIYAArabic narrator reciter quoter.-----
RAWYAArabic narrator reciter quoter.-----
RAZAramaic secret. -----
REFILWEAfrican we are given. -----
REHEMAAfrican merciful. -----
REHEMA Arabic merciful. -----
REZARTAAlbanian golden ray. -----
RIAssyrian the name of a goddess. -----
RIMArabic antelope addax. -----
RITAAlbanian pearl. -----
RIZWANAArabic one who satisfies. -----
ROSAFAAlbanian flame lightning.-----
ROVENAAlbanian white skirt. -----
ROWENAAnglo Saxon white skirt. -----
ROYAArabic dream vision.-----
ROZAFAAlbanian flame lightning.-----
RUBATIAssyrian The Lady of the Gods. -----
RUDOAfrican love. -----
RUFAROAfrican happiness. -----
RUMBIDZAIAfrican praise. -----
RUQAYYAArabic enchantment fascination magic.-----
RUQAYYAHArabic enchantment fascination magic.-----
RUTENDOAfrican faith. -----
RUYAArabic dream vision.-----
SAALINGEAfrican nothing but a peep. -----
SABAAramaic the aged man. -----
SABAHArabic the dawn the morning.-----
SABAHAramaic the aged man. -----
SADAFArabic pearl oyster shell. -----
SAFAArabic in health stout pure righteous.-----
SAFIYAArabic in health stout pure righteous.-----
SAFIYYAArabic in health stout.-----
SAFIYYAHArabic in health stout.-----
SAHARArabic before day break dawn.-----
SAIDAHArabic fortunate. -----
SAKINAArabic tranquility. -----
SALAMA Arabic peace safety. -----
SALHAArabic chaste virtuous.-----
SALIHAArabic chaste virtuous.-----
SALIHAH Arabic chaste virtuous. -----
SALIMAArabic peace safety.-----
SALINAAfrican has mercy merciful . -----
SALMAArabic peace safety.-----
SAMANYAAfrican common ordinay.-----
SAMARArabic night time story teller. -----
SAMEERAArabic night thoughts. -----
SAMIAArabic elevated sublime.-----
SAMIRAArabic night thoughts. -----
SAMIRAHArabic night thoughts. -----
SAMIYAArabic elevated sublime.-----
SAMMURAMATAssyrian the wife of Vulnirari or Rimmon Nirari III. -----
SAMSIArabic a queen of the Arabs. -----
SAMYAArabic elevated sublime.-----
SANAArabic light shining splendour.-----
SANIYYAArabic brilliant radiant.-----
SAR RATAssyrian Queen. -----
SAUDAArabic dark skinned. -----
SAVAAramaic the aged man. -----
SAWAHAArabic an ancient moon goddess. -----
SAYYIDAArabic a lady. -----
SEBILLEArthurian wise old woman a fairy queen. -----
SELIMAArabic peaceful. -----
SEMIRAMISAssyrian Sammuramat. -----
SERPOUHIArmenian holiness. -----
SERPUHIArmenian holiness. -----
SERUYAAssyrian the wife of the deity Assur. -----
SERUYA EDIRATAssyrian the sister of Assurbanipal and Saul mugina. -----
SETHUNYAAfrican a blossom flower.-----
SEVANArmenian Black Van. -----
SHADArabic delight joy pleasure.-----
SHADIYAArabic delight joy pleasure.-----
SHADYAArabic delight joy pleasure.-----
SHAFAQATArabic compassion mercy.-----
SHAFIQAArabic kindness. -----
SHAHIRAArabic celebrated famous.-----
SHAKILAArabic well shaped. -----
SHAKIRAArabic grateful thankful.-----
SHALAAssyrian lady a consort of Ramman. -----
SHALOTTArthurian shallot the onion or Alclut the name of the rock of Dumbarton.-----
SHAMAArabic candle lamp.-----
SHANIAfrican wonder. -----
SHANIKAAfrican young Nika or young one from the wilderness.-----
SHARIFAArabic noble. -----
SHEENAAfrican Jehovahs gift or grace. -----
SHEMSArabic the Sun. -----
SHNORHIGArmenian . -----
SHOGHAGATArmenian rays from above. -----
SHOUSHANArmenian lily. -----
SHPRESAAlbanian hope. -----
SHQIPEAlbanian song. -----
SHUKRIYAArabic giving thanks. -----
SHUKRIYYAArabic giving thanks. -----
SHUKURAAfrican be comforted. -----
SHULAArabic flame. -----
SHUSHANArmenian lily. -----
SIGUNEArthurian awakener of conscience cousin to Parcival. -----
SIMAAramaic treasure. -----
SIMISOLAAfrican rest in wealth. -----
SIRANArmenian beautiful. -----
SIROUNArmenian lovely. -----
SIRPUHIArmenian holiness. -----
SIRVARTArmenian beautiful rose. -----
SIRVATArmenian beautiful rose. -----
SITHEMBILEAfrican we have much hope. -----
SOREDAMORArthurian gilt by love. -----
SOREDAMORSArthurian gilt by love. -----
SOSIArmenian plane tree. -----
SRPOUHIArmenian holiness. -----
SSANYUAfrican the happy one. -----
SUBIRAAfrican patience. -----
SUHAArabic a lucky star in the Great Bear constellation. -----
SULTANAArabic a ruler. -----
SUMAYYAArabic elated or elevated -----
SURPOOHEArmenian holiness. -----
SUZANNAAfrican a graceful white lily. -----
SYLVIAAfrican living in a wood. -----
TABUYAAssyrian a concubine of Esarhaddon. -----
TAFADZWAAfrican we are pleased. -----
TAFARIAfrican first born daughter. -----
TAHIRAArabic clean immaculate.-----
TAHIRAHArabic clean immaculate.-----
TAKOOHEArmenian queen. -----
TAKOUHIArmenian queen. -----
TALABArabic a Himyaritic deity. -----
TALIAAramaic lamb. -----
TALIAHAramaic lamb. -----
TALIBAArabic student. -----
TALIBAHArabic student. -----
TALYAAramaic lamb. -----
TAMEKAAfrican a twin. -----
TAMELAAfrican she who basks in the sun. -----
TAMIKAAfrican a twin. -----
TANGAKINArmenian precious. -----
TAONGAAfrican we are grateful. -----
TAPIWAAfrican plunderer ravager .-----
TAP NAKHTIAssyrian Taf nekhta. -----
TASMITAssyrian Urmitu She that Hears.-----
TASMITUVAssyrian consort to Nebo revelation. -----
TASNIMArabic highest a fountain of paradise. -----
TATENDAAfrican we give thanks. -----
TEFTAAlbanian active principle soul of the world essence of all things. -----
TEGANArthurian plaything. -----
TEGAUArthurian beautifier wife of Caradoc. -----
TEGHTSANIGArmenian canary bird. -----
TEGHTSUNArmenian yellow haired. -----
TEMITOPEAfrican thanksgiving to God. -----
TENDAIAfrican thankful. -----
TEREZAAlbanian harvester. -----
TETERArmenian butterfly. -----
THAMINAArabic precious one. -----
THANDIWEAfrican I give love. -----
THELAnglo Saxon noble. -----
THELFLAEDAnglo Saxon noble increase. -----
THELFLEDAnglo Saxon noble increase. -----
THELFLEDAAnglo Saxon noble increase. -----
THELGYTHAnglo Saxon noble strife. -----
THELINDAnglo Saxon noble and mild or noble snake. -----
THELUAnglo Saxon noble. -----
THEMBAAfrican great in size very stout. -----
THURAYYAArabic Pleiades. -----
TIAMATAkkadian the sea. -----
TIHAMTUAssyrian Chaos. -----
TIJAHArabic sword or premature child.-----
TINASHEAfrican the Lord is with us. -----
TISKHUAkkadian Ishtar the Mistress of Armies. -----
TITILAYOAfrican ever joyful. -----
TOTITAfrican a female monkey. -----
TSHOLOFELOAfrican hope. -----
UDOAfrican peace. -----
UUBUTUAssyrian reward. -----
UMAYMAArabic high mother. -----
UNATHIAfrican the Lord is with us. -----
URMITUAssyrian the consort of Nebo. -----
UZMAArabic greatest the most supreme.-----
UZOCHIAfrican the way of God. -----
UZOMAAfrican good manners. -----
VALBONAAlbanian good valley. -----
VALDETEAlbanian sea waves. -----
VALMIRAAlbanian good wave . -----
VARTANOUSHArmenian rose sweet. -----
VARTENIArmenian rose tree. -----
VARTERArmenian rose. -----
VARTIGArmenian little rose. -----
VARTITERArmenian rose leaf or rose petal. -----
VARTOUHIArmenian rose woman. -----
VENERAAlbanian of Venus. -----
VERAAlbanian summer. -----
VIVIANAArthurian alive an enchantress. -----
VIVIENArthurian alive an enchantress. -----
VJOLLCAAlbanian violet. -----
VOSGETELArmenian gold thread. -----
VOSGIArmenian gold. -----
VOSHKIEArmenian gold. -----
WAFAArabic complete fulfil.-----
WAHEEDAArabic unique. -----
WAHIDAArabic one. -----
WALIDAH Arabic procreator. -----
WIDADArabic affection friendship.-----
WORKNESHAfrican she is gold. -----
XHEVAHIREAlbanian jewel. -----
YAAAfrican born on Thursday. -----
YAMINAHArabic right. -----
YAPAAArabic a queen of Dihutani or Dihtan.-----
YASAMINArabic jasmine flower. -----
YASAMINEArabic jasmine flower. -----
YASMINArabic jasmine flower. -----
YAWA YAWAAfrican born on Thursday. -----
YEGHNIGArmenian fawn. -----
YEJIDEAfrican image of her mother. -----
YERCHANIGArmenian fortunate lucky.-----
YEVAArmenian Eve life. -----
YEWANDEAfrican mother has returned. -----
YGERNEArthurian the virgin. -----
YGRAINEArthurian the virgin. -----
YLLKAAlbanian star. -----
YMMAAnglo Saxon work or a nurse.-----
YSEULTEArthurian ice fighter. -----
YUSRAArabic left. -----
ZABELArmenian God is my oath or oath of Baal.-----
ZABIBEArabic the queen of the Arabs. -----
ZAHIAArabic from Zah. -----
ZAHIDAArabic abstinent religious an ascetic.-----
ZAHIRAArabic aide helper protector.-----
ZAHRAArabic blooming flourishing or flower.-----
ZAHRAHArabic blooming flourishing or flower.-----
ZAIDAArabic growth surplus.-----
ZAINAArabic adorning an ornament.-----
ZAINABArabic ornament. -----
ZAMIRAAlbanian good voice. -----
ZANAZANArmenian distinct diverse various.-----
ZARAArabic to cultivate to sow.-----
ZARAHArabic to cultivate to sow.-----
ZAYNAArabic adorning an ornament.-----
ZAYNABArabic ornament. -----
ZEITAAramaic olive. -----
ZETAAramaic olive. -----
ZIAZANArmenian rainbow. -----
ZIRAT BANITAssyrian wife of Merodach she is the Succoth benoth of the Bible. -----
ZIRRATBANITAssyrian the consort of Marduk. -----
ZMRUKHTArmenian emerald. -----
ZOLAAfrican to love. -----
ZORAIDAArabic captivating woman. -----
ZUBAIDAArabic marigold. -----
ZURIAfrican beautiful. -----
ZVARTArmenian black sword -----
ALLATUBabyloniangoddess of the underworld.-----
ANATUBabylonianpure spotless taintless.-----
ANUNITBabyloniana goddess Venus also a star identified with Ishtar.-----
ARALUBabylonianthe nether world.-----
ARURUBabyloniangoddess of creation.-----
ATANAH ILIBabylonianI sigh my god.-----
BAUBabyloniana goddess of abundance consort to Nin girsu.-----
BELATSUNATBabylonianan early queen of Babylonia.-----
BELILIBabylonianconsort to Alala sister of Tammuz.-----
BELITBabylonian the lady par excellence.-----
BELTISBabylonian the lady par excellence.-----
BILITBabylonianTAAUTH Mother of the Gods.-----
DAMKINABabylonianlady of the earth.-----
DAVCINABabylonianthe wife of Hea.-----
DAVKEBabylonianThe Female Earth.-----
ELLAT GULABabyloniana queen of Babylonia.-----
GULABabyloniangoddess of healing.-----
ISHTARBabylonianfemale doves.-----
ISTARBabylonianstar.-----
KALUMTUMBabylonianyoung lamb.-----
KISHARBabylonianearly ancestor of the gods.-----
KISSAREBabylonianthe sister wife of Assoros.-----
MOTBabylonianthe mother of the gods.-----
MUMMUBabylonianthe mother of gods.-----
MUPALLIDAT SERUABabylonianShe that is quickened by Serua.-----
MYLITTABabylonianthe mother of the child.-----
NANABabylonian the lady goddess of Uruk.-----
NIBabylonian Neith I came from myself.-----
NIN MARKIBabyloniana Chaldean goddess.-----
OMAROSABabylonianthe sea.-----
RIBabylonianthe name of a goddess.-----
RUBATIBabylonianThe Lady of the Gods.-----
SABITUMBabyloniana sea goddess.-----
SARPANITUMBabylonianconsort of Marduk.-----
SHALABabylonian lady a consort of Ramman.-----
TASHMITUMBabylonian revelation a consort of Nabu.-----
TAUTHEBabylonianthe sea.-----
TIAMATBabylonianChaos a primaeval goddess.-----
ZIRAT BANITBabylonianwife of Merodach she is the Succoth benoth of the Bible.-----
ZIRRATBANITBabylonianthe consort of Marduk.-----
AGURTZANEBasquereligious name referring to the Virgin.-----
AINHOABasquereligious name referring to the Virgin Mary.-----
AINTZANEBasqueglory.-----
ALAZNEBasquemiracle.-----
ALIZEBasquenoble maiden.-----
AMAIABasqueend .-----
AMETZABasqueacorn.-----
ANDEREBasquelady woman.-----
ANGELUBasqueof the Angles.-----
APALABasquehumble.-----
ARGIBasquelight.-----
ARIMABasquesoul.-----
ARROSABasquerose.-----
ARTIZARBasquemorning star Venus planet .-----
BEREZIBasquethe best.-----
BIHOTZBasquecheer heart.-----
CATALINBasquepure.-----
DOMINICABasqueSunday child.-----
EDURNEBasquesnow.-----
ELIZABETEBasqueGod s oath.-----
ENECABasquefiery .-----
FEDEBasquefaith.-----
GOTZONEBasqueangel.-----
GRACIOSABasquegraceful gracious.-----
GUERECHENEBasquethanks.-----
IIGABasquefiery.-----
KATERINBasquepure.-----
KATTALINBasquepure.-----
LIDEBasquewoman of Lydia.-----
LILIBasquelily flower.-----
MAITAGARRIBasquea fairy genius peri sympathetic .-----
MAITEBasqueaffection.-----
MAITEABasquedarling.-----
MARGAITABasquepearl.-----
MIRARIBasquemiracle.-----
THERESEBasqueharvester reaper.-----
UDABERRIBasquespring.-----
XIMENABasquehearkening obedient.-----
YUANABasqueJehovah s gift or grace.-----
ZABALLABasquegenerous.-----
ZERUBasqueheaven.-----
ZURINABasquewhite.-----
ZURIEBasquewhite.-----
ANABulgarian compassion grace and prayers.-----
ANNABulgarian compassion grace prayers.-----
ANTONIABulgarianinestimable.-----
BILJANABulgarianherb.-----
BILYANABulgarianherb.-----
BISERABulgarianbeads or pearls.-----
BOGOMILABulgarianbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BORISLAVABulgariantake glory.-----
BOYANABulgarianbattle or lord.-----
DESISLAVABulgarianten glory .-----
DONKABulgarianinestimable.-----
ELISAVETABulgarianGod s oath.-----
EMILIYABulgarian work.-----
GERGANABulgarianfarmer husbandman.-----
HRISTINABulgarianChrist bearer.-----
IVABulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
IVANABulgarian Jehovah s gift or grace .-----
IVANKABulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
IVETBulgarianyew or archer.-----
IZABELABulgarian Jehovah s gift or grace .-----
KRASIMIRABulgarianbeautiful peace or world .-----
LALABulgariantulip.-----
LIDIYABulgarianwoman of Lydia.-----
LILYANABulgarianlily.-----
LJUBINABulgarian love.-----
LYUBINABulgarian love.-----
LYUBOMIRABulgarianlove peace or world .-----
LJUDMILABulgarianpeople s love.-----
LYUDMILABulgarianpeople s love.-----
LYUDMYLABulgarianpeople s love.-----
MAYABulgarianto quicken -----
MIRELABulgarianto admire.-----
MIROSLAVABulgarian peace glory.-----
NADEJDABulgarianhope.-----
NEVENABulgarianmarigold.-----
NIKOLINABulgarianvictor of the people.-----
PAVLABulgarian little.-----
PAVLINABulgarian little.-----
PENKABulgariana rock a stone.-----
RADABulgarianhappy joyful.-----
RADKABulgarianhappy joyful.-----
RADOMIRABulgarian happy peace.-----
RAYNABulgarianqueen.-----
ROSABulgariandew.-----
ROSITSABulgariandew.-----
SILVIYABulgarianfrom the forest.-----
SIMONABulgarian hearing obedient.-----
SNEZHANABulgariansnow woman.-----
SOFIJABulgarian wisdom.-----
STANISLAVABulgariancamp glory.-----
STANKABulgariancamp glory.-----
STOYANKABulgarianpersistent resolute.-----
SVETLABulgarian light.-----
SVETLANABulgarian light.-----
TATIANABulgariana small mountain.-----
TATYANABulgarian a small mountain.-----
TEODORABulgariandivine gift.-----
TEREZABulgarian harvester reaper.-----
TODORKABulgariandivine gift.-----
TONKABulgarianinestimable.-----
TSVETABulgarianflowers.-----
TSVETANKABulgarianflowers.-----
VASILKABulgarianqueenly.-----
VIOLETABulgarianviolet.-----
VLADIMIRABulgarian ruling the world.-----
YANABulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
YOANABulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
YORDANKABulgarianthe descender.-----
ZHIVKABulgarianliving.-----
AGRONACelticcarnage.-----
ANDRASTECelticirresistible unconquerable.-----
AOIFFECelticpleasant.-----
AREGWYDDCelticCartismandua.-----
ARIANRHODCelticsilver circle or wheel .-----
BOADICEACelticvictory.-----
BOUDICACelticvictory.-----
BOUDICCACelticvictory.-----
BRIGANTIACelticvalor.-----
BUDUICACelticvictory.-----
CARTISMANDUACelticthe divine guardian of the country.-----
EOGHANIACelticyoung warrior ess .-----
EPONACeltichorse.-----
FIONACelticwine.-----
GUENNEANCelticthe white spirit i.e. an angel.-----
GUENNOLACelticwhite.-----
INNOGENCelticlast born.-----
JUZETHCeltica Jewess or praised.-----
MEADHBHCelticmirth.-----
MOINACelticsoft.-----
NANTOSUELTACelticfruitful vale.-----
RHONWENCelticwhite skirt.-----
SELMACelticbeautiful prospect.-----
SULICeltic great an epithet of Minerva.-----
TEGANCelticplaything.-----
ULACelticelm.-----
VOEDDOGCelticvictory.-----
ALULAChamoru/Chamorrohasten.-----
AMISTAChamoru/Chamorrofidelity loyalty.-----
BLANDINAChamoru/Chamorropolite speaker.-----
CAMARINChamoru/Chamorrowarehouse.-----
CHICHIRIKAChamoru/Chamorropretty fan tail flycatcher.-----
ECHAChamoru/Chamorroto give blessing.-----
GUIFIChamoru/Chamorrodream.-----
HAANIChamoru/Chamorroday.-----
INAChamoru/Chamorroto light up to illuminate.-----
ININAChamoru/Chamorroglimmer.-----
ISAChamoru/Chamorrorainbow.-----
MAMESChamoru/Chamorrolovely sweet.-----
MIRAChamoru/Chamorromyrrh.-----
PUENGIChamoru/Chamorronight.-----
RAINAChamoru/Chamorroqueen.-----
SABANAChamoru/Chamorrohill mountain.-----
SEDAChamoru/Chamorrosilk.-----
SERENATAChamoru/Chamorroserenade.-----
SIRENAChamoru/Chamorrosiren.-----
SOSANBRAChamoru/Chamorrosavior of men.-----
SUETTEChamoru/Chamorrogood fortune.-----
TASIChamoru/Chamorrobay ocean sea.-----
AIChineseloving.-----
BAOZHAIChinesestockade of treasures.-----
BIYUChinesejasper the precious stone.-----
CHANGCHANGChineseflourishing.-----
CHANGYINGChineseflourishing and lustrous.-----
CHENChinesethe morning.-----
CHENGUANGChinesemorning glory.-----
CHUNHUAChinesespring flowers.-----
CHUNTAOChinesespring peach.-----
CUIFENChineseemerald fragrance.-----
DAIYUChineseblack jade.-----
DANDANChinesecinnabar.-----
DONGMEIChineseyounger sister east or winter plums.-----
EHUANGChinesebeauty august.-----
FANChinesemortal.-----
FANGChineseagreeable fragrant plants.-----
FENFANGChinesethe fragrance of flowers herbs etc.-----
GUANGChineselight glory.-----
HONGChinesered sign of good luck .-----
HUALINGChineseflowery tuber.-----
HUANChinesejoy satisfaction.-----
HUIANChineseobliging and quiet.-----
HUIFANGChinesekind and fragrant.-----
HUILINGChinesewise jade tinkling.-----
HUIQINGChineseliberal good luck.-----
JIAChinesegood fine auspicious.-----
JIAOChinesedelicate tender beautiful.-----
JIAYIChineseauspicious one.-----
JIAYINGChinesegood and clever.-----
JIEChinesecleanliness.-----
JINGFEIChinesequiet not.-----
JINGHUAChineseleek flowers.-----
JINJINGChinesebright clear crystal.-----
JUChinesechrysanthemum.-----
JUANChinesegraciousness.-----
LANChineseorchid.-----
LANFENChineseorchid fragrance.-----
LANYINGChineseblue glitter or blue quartz.-----
LIChineseplums.-----
LIFENChineseclever and fragrant like flowers.-----
LIHUAChinesebeautiful and elegant.-----
LIJUANChinesebeautiful and soft.-----
LILINGChinesewhite jasmine tinkling.-----
LINChinesea grove a wood.-----
LINGChineseclever intelligent spiritual.-----
LIQINChinesebeautiful harp lute or zither.-----
LIQIUChinesebeautiful autumn.-----
LIUChinesethe willow.-----
LULIChinesedewy jasmine.-----
MEIChinesea red gem.-----
MEIFENChineseplum fragrance.-----
MEIFENGChinesebeautiful wind.-----
MEIHUIChinesebeautiful wisdom.-----
MEILIChinesebeautiful and graceful.-----
MEILINChineseplum grove.-----
MEIRONGChinesebeautiful countenance.-----
MEIXIANGChinesebeautiful fragrance.-----
MEIXIUChinesebeautiful grace.-----
MINGXIAChineseclear halo.-----
MINGZHUChinesebright pearl.-----
NGO KWANGChinesebeauty august.-----
NINGChineserest tranquility.-----
NIUChinesea girl.-----
NYINGChinesefemale flower.-----
O HUANGChinesebeauty august.-----
PEIZHIChineserespectful.-----
QIChinesewondrous.-----
QIANGChinesered rose.-----
QIAOChinesehigh aspiring proud.-----
QIAOLIANChineseclever always.-----
QINGChinesesky blue.-----
QINGGEChineselove song.-----
QINGLINGChineselucky years.-----
QINGZHAOChineseclear understanding.-----
QIUChineseAutumn.-----
QIUYUEChineseAutumn moon.-----
RONGChinesehonor glory.-----
RUOLANChineselike an orchid.-----
SHANChinesevirtuous mild.-----
SHUChinesepure virtuous.-----
SHUANGChineselively cheerful.-----
SHUCHUNChinesepure beauty.-----
SONGChinesepine tree.-----
SUYINChinesesimple sounding.-----
TINGChinesesustaining.-----
TUNG MEIChinesewinter plums.-----
WENChinesewarm genial.-----
WENLINGChinesemild jade tinkling.-----
WENQIANChineserefined and modest.-----
XIAChinesea halo vapour red sky.-----
XIANGChinesefragrant incense.-----
XIAODANChineselittle dawn.-----
XIAOFANChineselittle ordinary.-----
XIAOHUIChinesemorning sunlight.-----
XIAOLIChineseintellectual.-----
XIAOLIANChineselittle compassionate one.-----
XIAOLINGChineselittle jade tinkling.-----
XIAOQINGChineseblessed with intelligence.-----
XIFENGChineseflourishing phoenix.-----
XINGJUANChineselucky and beautiful.-----
XIUChinesefine beautiful.-----
XIULANChinesebeautiful orchid.-----
XIURONGChinesebeautiful glory.-----
XIUYINGChinesebeautiful flower.-----
XUEChinesesnow.-----
YAChineseelegant learned pure.-----
YANChineseswallow the bird .-----
YANMEIChineseflattering and seductive.-----
YANYUChineseswallow jade or Yan jade.-----
YINGChineseclever.-----
YINGTAIChineseflower eminent.-----
YUChinesejade or rain.-----
YUANChineseoriginal.-----
YUANJUNChineseYuan River ruler.-----
YUEChinesemoon.-----
YUNChineseclouds.-----
ZHENZHENChinesevery precious.-----
ZHILANChineseiris orchid.-----
ZHUChinesevermilion red.-----
ZONGYINGChinesefollowing talent.-----
ARETACornishvirtue.-----
DAMELSACornishunder the cliff.-----
DEMELZACornishunder the cliff.-----
EPIPHANYCornishforth showing or of the manifestation.-----
GLADUSECornishlame.-----
JENNIFERCornishswelling white wave.-----
LOVEDYCornishlove.-----
MARINACornishWenna by the sea.-----
MAWDWENCornishmannerly.-----
MELIORCornishbetter.-----
MELONYCornishblack.-----
MERAUDCornishemerald.-----
MERRYNCornishWenna by the sea.-----
MERWENNACornishWenna by the sea.-----
MODWENCornishmannerly.-----
MODWENNACornishmannerly.-----
MORWENCornishWenna by the sea.-----
MORWENNACornishWenna by the sea.-----
PLAXYCornishactive.-----
SIBELLACornishwise old woman.-----
SIBILLEYCornishwise old woman.-----
STERENCornisha star.-----
TAMMIECornishtwin.-----
TAMMYCornishtwin.-----
TAMSINCornishtwin.-----
TAMZINECornishtwin.-----
TIFFANYCornishdivine manifestation.-----
TREGERETHCornishcompassion pity mercy love.-----
URSULACornishbear.-----
VYVIANCornishescape fly alive or small water.-----
VYVYANCornishescape fly alive or small water.-----
WENNACornishthe fair or a woman.-----
WILMETTCornishresolute helmet.-----
ANTONIJACroatianinestimable.-----
BISERACroatianbeads or pearls.-----
BOENACroatiandivine gift.-----
DALIBORACroatiandistant battle.-----
DRAGANACroatianbeloved dear.-----
DUBRAVKACroatianoak wood.-----
DUANACroatiansoul spirit.-----
EMILIJACroatianwork.-----
GORDANACroatianof Gordius or from Gordium.-----
IVANACroatianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JADRANKACroatianfrom Hadria.-----
JAGODACroatianstrawberry.-----
JELENACroatianthe bright or the light.-----
JELKACroatianthe light or fir tree .-----
KAROLINACroatianmanly.-----
LJUBINACroatianlove.-----
LUCIJACroatianlight.-----
LYUBINACroatianlove.-----
MARECroatianbitter.-----
MARIJACroatianbitter.-----
MARIJANACroatianof the sea.-----
MIRJANACroatianbitter.-----
MIRNACroatianpeaceful.-----
MOJCACroatianbitter.-----
NADACroatianhope.-----
NATALIJACroatianbirthday or Christmas day.-----
NATAACroatianbirthday or Christmas day.-----
RADACroatianhappy joyful.-----
ROSACroatiandew.-----
SILVIJACroatianfrom the forest.-----
SNJEANACroatiansnow woman.-----
SOFIJACroatianwisdom.-----
SUZANACroatiana lily.-----
TATJANACroatiana small mountain.-----
TEREZACroatianharvester.-----
TIHANACroatianquiet one.-----
VALERIJACroatianhealthy.-----
VEDRANACroatianbright clear serene.-----
VESNACroatianmessenger a goddess of spring and youth.-----
VINJACroatiancherry.-----
VJEKOSLAVACroatiantime of honor.-----
VLADIMIRACroatianruling the world.-----
ZDENKACroatianof Sidon.-----
ZLATACroatiangolden.-----
ZVONIMIRACroatiansound of peace.-----
ADELACzechof noble descent or lineage.-----
ADELECzechof noble descent or lineage.-----
ADRIENACzechfrom Adria.-----
AGATACzechgood.-----
ALICACzechnoble cheer or noble maiden.-----
ALBTACzechGod s oath.-----
ANACzechcompassion grace prayers.-----
ANCIKACzechgrace compassion prayers.-----
ANDLCzechangel messenger.-----
ANDLACzechmessenger from God.-----
ANETACzechgrace compassion prayers.-----
ANEKACzechchaste sacred pure.-----
ANICHKACzechgrace compassion prayers.-----
ANTOINETTACzechinestimable.-----
ANTONIECzechinestimable.-----
BARACzechstranger.-----
BARBORACzechstranger.-----
BARINKACzechstranger.-----
BARUNKACzechstranger.-----
BARUKACzechstranger.-----
BLANKACzechwhite.-----
BOHDANACzechGod s gift.-----
BOHUMILACzechbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BOHUSLAVACzechthe glory of God.-----
BORACzechstranger.-----
BOENACzechdivine gift.-----
BRANISLAVACzechglorious protector.-----
DAGMARCzechday maid.-----
DALEKACzechdistant battle.-----
DALIBORACzechdistant battle.-----
DOMINIKACzechSunday child.-----
DRAHOMIRACzechprecious peace.-----
DRAHOSLAVACzechprecious glory.-----
DUACzechsoul spirit.-----
DUANACzechsoul spirit.-----
DUANKACzechsoul spirit.-----
DUKACzechsoul spirit.-----
EDITACzechrich gift.-----
ELIKACzechGod s oath.-----
ELITACzechGod s oath.-----
EMILIACzechwork.-----
FRANTIKACzechfree.-----
HANACzechJehovah s gift or grace .-----
HEDVIKACzechlady of defence or war refuge.-----
IRENACzechmessenger of peace.-----
IVACzechJehovah s gift or grace .-----
IVANACzechJehovah s gift or grace .-----
IZABELACzechJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JARMILACzechspring favor.-----
JAROMILACzechspring favor.-----
JAROSLAVACzechspring glory.-----
JINDIKACzechhome ruler.-----
JIINACzechfarmer.-----
JITKACzechJewish a Jewess.-----
JOHANACzechJehovah s gift or grace -----
JOLANACzechgolden violet.-----
JOSEFACzechaddition or he will add.-----
JUDITACzechJewish a Jewess.-----
JULIACzechdowny cheeked or soft haired.-----
KAMILACzechattendant for a temple .-----
KARINACzechmanly.-----
KAROLINACzechmanly.-----
KATARINACzechpure.-----
KATERINACzechpure.-----
KATICACzechpure.-----
KRISTNACzechfollower of Christ.-----
KUNIGUNDECzechbold war.-----
KVTACzechblossom flower.-----
LADISLAVACzechruler of glory.-----
LENKACzechof Magdala.-----
LEONACzecha lion.-----
LIBNACzechlove.-----
LIBUECzechlove.-----
LIDACzechwoman of Lydia or people s love.-----
LIDMILACzechpeople s love.-----
LUBOMIRACzechlove peace or world .-----
LUINACzechlight.-----
LDIECzechwoman of Lydia.-----
MADLENKACzechof Magdala.-----
MAGDALENACzechof Magdala.-----
MARIACzechbitter.-----
MARKETACzechpearl.-----
MATYLDACzechmighty battle maid.-----
MILADACzechfavor grace.-----
MILANACzechfavor grace.-----
MILENACzechfavor grace.-----
MILOSLAVACzechfavor glory.-----
MIROSLAVACzechpeace glory.-----
NAACzechhope.-----
NADDACzechhope.-----
OTILIECzechwealthy or rich battle maid.-----
PAVLACzechlittle.-----
PAVLINACzechlittle.-----
RADKACzechhappy joyful.-----
RADOMILACzechhappy favor.-----
RADOMIRACzechhappy peace.-----
RADOSLAVACzechhappy glory.-----
ROSTISLAVACzechusurp glory.-----
RENACzechrose.-----
SARACzechprincess.-----
IMONACzechhearing obedient.-----
SOBSKACzechshe is glorious.-----
SOBSLAVACzechshe is glorious.-----
STANISLAVACzechcamp glory.-----
TEFANIJACzechcrown.-----
TPANKACzechcrown.-----
SVTLACzechlight.-----
SVETLANACzechlight.-----
TAANACzecha small mountain.-----
TEREZACzechharvester.-----
URULACzechbear.-----
VACLAVACzechcrown or great glory.-----
VENDULACzechlavender.-----
VRACzechfaith.-----
VLADIMIRACzechruling the world.-----
VLASTACzechpower.-----
ZDENKACzechof Sidon.-----
OFIECzechwisdom.-----
ZOJACzechlife.-----
ZUZANACzechlily.-----
ABELLONADanishof Apollo.-----
ABELONEDanishof Apollo.-----
ADELADanishof noble descent or lineage.-----
ADELINEDanishnoble.-----
AGNETEDanishchaste sacred pure.-----
ALBERTEDanishnobly bright.-----
ALVILDADanishelf battle maid.-----
ANEDanishcompassion grace and prayers.-----
ANESADanishchaste sacred pure.-----
ANINADanishcompassion grace prayers.-----
ANNADanishcompassion grace prayers.-----
ANNALISADanishcompassion grace prayers + God s oath.-----
ANNELISEDanishcompassion grace prayers + God s oath.-----
ANTOINETTADanishinestimable.-----
ASLGDanishdivine liquor.-----
BELINDEDanishvery beautiful or beautiful snake.-----
BERGLIOTDanishmountain ugly.-----
BIRGITADanishstrength.-----
BIRGITTEDanishstrength.-----
BIRTEDanishstrength.-----
CAJADanishpure.-----
CATHARINADanishpure.-----
CATHRINEDanishpure.-----
CHRISTIANDanishfollower of Christ.-----
DAGMARDanishday maid.-----
DITTEDanishgift of God.-----
DORETEDanishgift of God.-----
ELISABETHDanishto whom God is an oath.-----
ELSEDanishnoble cheer or noble maiden.-----
EVADanishlife.-----
FREDERIKKEDanishpeace ruler.-----
GERDIDanishspear maid or enclosure.-----
GERTRUDDanishspear maid.-----
GITTEDanishstrength.-----
GRETADanishpearl.-----
GRETEDanishpearl.-----
GRETHEDanishpearl.-----
GRYDanishdawn.-----
GUNHILDDanishwar battle maid.-----
GUNNILADanishwar battle maid.-----
HELENADanishlight or torch.-----
HELLEDanishholy.-----
HELGADanishholy.-----
HJRDISDanishsword spirit.-----
INGEBJRGDanishIng s protection.-----
INGREDDanishIng s beauty.-----
JANNICKEDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JOHANNEDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
KAJADanishpure.-----
KARENDanishpure.-----
KARINDanishpure.-----
KAROLINEDanishmanly.-----
KIRSTENDanishfollower of Christ.-----
KRISTINEDanishfollower of Christ.-----
LRKEDanishlark the bird .-----
LECIADanishgladness.-----
LISADanishto whom God is an oath.-----
LISEDanishto whom God is an oath.-----
LONEDanishof Magdala.-----
LOVISEDanishfamous war.-----
MAGDALENEDanishof Magdala.-----
MAGDALONEDanishof Magdala.-----
MALENEDanishof Magdala.-----
MARENDanishWenna by the sea.-----
MARGARETADanishpearl.-----
MARGARETEDanishpearl.-----
MARGRETEDanishpearl.-----
MARGRETHEDanishpearl.-----
MATHILDEDanishmighty battle maid.-----
MERETEDanishpearl.-----
MIADanishbitter.-----
PERNILLEDanisha stone.-----
REBEKKADanisha rope with a noose i.e. a young woman whose beauty ensnares men.-----
RENATADanishwarrior of judgment.-----
RIKKEDanishpeace ruler.-----
SANNEDanishlily.-----
SILJEDanishblind.-----
SOFIEDanishwisdom.-----
SOLVEJDanishSun way.-----
SUSANNADanisha lily.-----
SUSANNEDanisha lily.-----
THORBJORGDanishThor s protection.-----
THORBORGDanishThor s protection.-----
THORDISDanishThor s spirit or sprite .-----
THORIDDanishpeace of Thor.-----
THURIDDanishURI peace of Thor.-----
TORBJRGDanishThor s protection.-----
TOVEDanishpeace of Thor.-----
TOVIDanishpeace of Thor.-----
ULRICADanishnoble ruler.-----
ULRIKADanishnoble ruler.-----
ULRIKEDanishnoble ruler.-----
URDDanishthe past.-----
VALDADanishmight power.-----
VIBEKEDanishrapid moving or whip.-----
AALTJEDutchnoble maiden.-----
ABAGAELDutchfather of joy.-----
ABIGAELDutchfather of joy.-----
ABRAHAMINADutchfather of a multitude.-----
ADELHEIDDutcha noble person.-----
ADELHEYDDutcha noble person.-----
ALEIDDutchnoble maiden.-----
ALEIDADutchnoble maiden.-----
ALETTADutchtruth.-----
ALEXANDRADutchdefender of mankind.-----
ALIDADutchnoble maiden.-----
ALYDDutcha noble person.-----
ANGELIENDutchangel.-----
ANNADutchcompassion grace prayers.-----
ANSDutchcompassion grace prayers or Jehovah s gift or grace .-----
CAROLIENDutchmanly.-----
CATHARINADutchpure.-----
CHRISTIANEDutchChristian i.e. follower of Christ.-----
COBYDutchsupplanter.-----
DOORTJEDutchgift of God and divine gift.-----
EVADutchlife.-----
FEMKEDutchpeace -----
GEERTJEDutchfirm spear.-----
GEERTRUIDADutchspear maid.-----
GERARDADutchfirm spear.-----
GERARDINADutchfirm spear.-----
GERDADutchfirm spear.-----
GERDIDutchfirm spear.-----
GERTRUDDutchspear maid.-----
GERTRUIDADutchspear maid.-----
GREETDutchpearl.-----
GREETJEDutchpearl.-----
GRETADutchpearl.-----
GRIETDutchpearl.-----
GRIETJEDutchpearl.-----
HADEWYCHDutchwar refuge.-----
HELEENDutchthe bright or the light.-----
HELEENTJEDutchthe bright or the light.-----
HELENADutchlight or torch.-----
HENDRIKADutchhome ruler.-----
HENNIEDutchhome ruler.-----
JACOBADutchsupplanter.-----
JANNEKEDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JANTINADutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JELTJEDutcheverlasting or ever living.-----
JELTSJEDutcheverlasting or ever living.-----
JOHANNADutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
KATELIJNDutchpure.-----
KATELIJNEDutchpure.-----
KATHARINADutchpure.-----
KATRIENDutchpure.-----
KATRIJNDutchpure.-----
KLAARTJEDutchbright or clear.-----
KLAASJEDutchlame.-----
KLARADutchbright or clear.-----
KLASINADutchlame.-----
KLAZINADutchlame.-----
KUNIGONDEDutchbold war.-----
LIESBETHDutchto whom God is an oath.-----
LIESJEDutchto whom God is an oath.-----
LIJSBETHDutchto whom God is an oath.-----
LISELOTDutchElisabeth Charlotte.-----
LISELOTTEDutchElisabeth Charlotte.-----
LOESDutchfamous war.-----
MAAIKEDutchbitter.-----
MAARTJEDutchof Mars.-----
MACHTELDDutchmighty battle maid.-----
MARGRIETDutchpearl.-----
MARIANNEDutchMarie Anne.-----
MARIEKEDutchbitter.-----
MARIJDutchbitter.-----
MARIJKEDutchbitter.-----
MARIJSEDutchMarij Loes or bitter -----
MARJADutchbitter.-----
MARJANDutchbitter.-----
MARJOLEINDutchmarjoram.-----
MARJOLIJNDutchmarjoram.-----
MARLOESDutchMarja Loes.-----
MARGARETHADutchpearl.-----
MECHTELDDutchmighty battle maid.-----
MIADutchbitter.-----
MIEKEDutchbitter.-----
MIEPDutchbitter.-----
MIESDutchbitter.-----
MIRJAMDutchbitter.-----
MYRTHEDutchmyrtle.-----
PAULIENDutchsmall.-----
REBECCADutcha young woman whose beauty ensnares men.-----
REBEKKADutcha young woman whose beauty ensnares men.-----
RENATEDutchwarrior of judgment.-----
RIKILADutchstern ruler.-----
ROOSDutchrose.-----
SANNEDutchlily.-----
SARADutchprincess.-----
SASKIADutcha Saxon woman.-----
SOFIEDutchwisdom.-----
SOFIETJEDutchwisdom.-----
STERREDutchstar.-----
SUSANNADutcha lily.-----
SUSANNEDutcha lily.-----
THERESIADutchharvester reaper.-----
TREESDutchharvester reaper.-----
TREESJEDutchharvester reaper.-----
TRIJNTJEDutchpure.-----
TRUUSDutchspear maid.-----
VIONADutchfair white.-----
WILHELMINADutchresolute helmet.-----
WILLEMINADutchresolute helmet.-----
XANDRADutchdefender of mankind.-----
AAHHOTEPEgyptianpeace of Aah or peace of the moon.-----
AAHMASEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AAHOTEPEgyptianpeace of Aah or peace of the moon.-----
ACHENEgyptianrecluse.-----
AHITEgyptianassistant.-----
AHMESEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AHTIEgyptiana hippo goddess.-----
AHURAEgyptianliving.-----
AIEgyptiandivine.-----
AKARKHENTKATSEgyptianwise one keeping her place.-----
AKELAEgyptian alone the mother of Tahrarka.-----
AKUSAAEgyptian sunset the wife of Tum.-----
AMAEgyptianmother.-----
AMAUNETEgyptianhidden.-----
AMEMEgyptianthe wife of Enantef.-----
AMENANKHNASEgyptianself existence + life living + people.-----
AMENIRITISEgyptianthe sister of Shabaka king of Egypt.-----
AMENMEITEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
AMENSEEgyptiansewer of Amen.-----
AMENSETEgyptianSet Amen Daughter of the Sun.-----
AMENTEgyptianthe Hidden.-----
AMENTAKEHALEgyptianthe mother of King Urdamani.-----
AMUNETEgyptianhidden.-----
AMUNIRITISEgyptiana priestess of Amen.-----
AmunnebkettotiEgyptiana wife of Amenrut or Amyrtus.-----
AMUNTAEgyptianthe Sun or the self existent.-----
AMUNTIKHETEgyptianthe wife of Taharka.-----
ANAEgyptianthe sun.-----
ANAIEgyptiana royal priestess.-----
ANIEgyptianthe sun.-----
ANITEgyptianAnahita pure spotless .-----
ANKAEgyptianAnucis Hestia.-----
ANKARAMAEgyptiana daughter of Takelot II.-----
ANKHATEFSEgyptianthe mother of Osirtesen pepa.-----
ANKHESEgyptianthe wife of Sekherta.-----
ANKHESENAMENEgyptianthe wife of King Tutankhamen.-----
ANKHESENATENEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
ANKHHIEgyptianthe mother of Psametek priest of Pthah.-----
ANKHKAROAMATEgyptiana daughter of Takelot II.-----
ANKHNASEgyptianRANOFREHET the the daughter of Psametik II.-----
ANKHSAPENAPEgyptianthe granddaughter of Piankhi II.-----
ANKHSENEgyptianRANOFREHET the the daughter of Psametik II.-----
ANKHSEPUNTEPETEgyptiana lady of the blood royal of Panki.-----
ANKHTAEgyptiancity of life.-----
ANKUEgyptianthe second wife of Uah.-----
ANNEKEEgyptianthe wife of Nakht ankh.-----
ANOUKEEgyptianan Egyptian warlike goddess.-----
ANQTEgyptianAnouke.-----
ANQTTITEEgyptiana daughter of Sebekhotep III.-----
ANRNEgyptianan Egyptian goddess.-----
ANTAEgyptiana goddess of war.-----
ANTAEMNEKHTEgyptianAnaitis in her strength.-----
ANTARTAEgyptiana goddess of the Khita.-----
ANUBEgyptiana priestess of Amen.-----
ANUCISEgyptianAnka.-----
ANUKETMATMAEgyptiana daughter of King Sebekhotep II.-----
ANUKTATAEgyptianan Egyptian princess.-----
APETEgyptianthe hippo goddess.-----
APITUSEgyptianshe who is on the hill.-----
APUEgyptianEgyptian unisex name.-----
ARAEgyptianthe wife of Thothmes IV.-----
ARATEgyptiana consort of Thothmes IV.-----
ARBASTUTANIFEgyptiana daughter of King Takelothes I.-----
ARBASUTANIFUEgyptiana daughter of King Amenrut.-----
ARIAEgyptiana priestess the daughter of Diogenes.-----
ARIURUEgyptiana Saitic name.-----
ARSINOEEgyptianthe sister of Queen Cleopatra.-----
ASEgyptianIsis.-----
ASHTARCHEMOSHEgyptiana form of Chemosh.-----
ASMATARTAEgyptiana wife of Rameses III.-----
ASNOFREEgyptianthe Good Isis.-----
ASTARETENHEBEgyptianPriestess of Astarte.-----
ASTEKHUEgyptianmother of the sculptor Abet.-----
ATAEgyptianprincess.-----
ATEFEgyptianthe mother of Nunnu.-----
ATEMEgyptianthe mother goddess of time.-----
ATIMEgyptianthe mother of Mentuhotep IV.-----
ATINMERITEgyptianan Egyptian queen.-----
AUAEgyptianthe wife of Amenemapet.-----
AUAITEgyptianan unidentified goddess.-----
AUIEgyptiana choristress of the goddess Bast.-----
AurauaakarusaankEgyptiana mystical cow.-----
AURERAEgyptianthe mother of Bebe.-----
BABMOUTHEgyptianthe mother of Psenio.-----
BAKATEgyptianwife of Nehara.-----
BAKRANSEgyptianan Egyptian lady of the family of Bakenranf.-----
BAKURNROEgyptianthe wife of King Amenmeses.-----
BANTANATHEgyptiandaughter of Anaitis.-----
BASTEgyptianimpulse motion.-----
BASTETEgyptianthe Bastite.-----
BATAANTAEgyptianBantanath.-----
BEKTAMUNEgyptianthe daughter of an unidentified king.-----
BEKTATENEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
BEKTENHAKEgyptianservant of the King.-----
BEKTMUTEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
BEKTUERNUROEgyptianthe wife of Amenmeses.-----
BENEMBAEgyptianthe wife of Tahutnefer.-----
BENKAEIEgyptianthe wife of Amenemhet.-----
BENNEKHEBEgyptiana worshipper of Sebek.-----
BENTARESHEgyptianthe younger daughter of the king of Bakhtan.-----
BENTMUTEgyptiana sister of Amenhotep IV.-----
BENTRESEgyptianthe earlier name of princess Ranofru.-----
BENTRESHPUEgyptianan Egyptian name of Syrian origin.-----
BERENICEEgyptianbringing victory.-----
BITHIAHEgyptiandaughter of Jehovah.-----
BUBASTISEgyptianBast.-----
BUTOEgyptianan Egyptian goddess.-----
CABAREgyptianVenus.-----
CLEOPATRAEgyptianfame of her father.-----
DSJOT KHONSEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
EHEEgyptianan uncertain Egyptian goddess.-----
EIRENEEgyptiana priestess of Arsinoe Philopater.-----
ENSKERKEgyptianthe granddaughter of Tetet.-----
EOPEIEgyptianan assistant of Amen and Hathor.-----
ESIEgyptianancient.-----
FENT KAUSEgyptianthe daughter of an early unknown king.-----
GARARAIEgyptiana queen of Egypt and Nubia.-----
HA NOFRE TEgyptiana daughter of Rameses Miamun.-----
HANTEgyptianthe wife of Urshu.-----
HAPENTMATEgyptianthe mother of King Snefru.-----
HAPI UEgyptianthe wife of Atef neb ma.-----
HAP TEKEgyptianMer tetes.-----
HAPUEgyptianthe wife of Iri sen aker.-----
HASINAEgyptianpretty.-----
HATASUEgyptianthe First of Noble Ones.-----
HATHOREgyptianhouse of Horus.-----
HAT HOREgyptianhouse of Horus.-----
HAT HOR HATEgyptianthe wife of Pakhrua.-----
HAT HOR HET AEIEgyptianthe daughter of Petemet and the lady Hemsuisi.-----
HATHORISISEgyptianHouse of Horus + ancient.-----
HAT HORSEgyptianthe Egyptian Parcae.-----
HAT HOR SEEgyptianthe wife of Ameni.-----
HAT HOR SE TEgyptianthe mother of Ankh.-----
Hat hor set dsjathoEgyptianSensaos.-----
Hat hor set monthEgyptianthe daughter of Neferpou and the lady Ketet.-----
HAT KA NEBTEREgyptianAbode of the Universal Lord.-----
HAT MEHIEgyptiana goddess worshipped in Chev.-----
HAT MIT RAEgyptianthe mother of Amenhotep II.-----
HAT SCHEPSEgyptianthe wife of the governor Titiu.-----
HAT SCHEP UEgyptianthe daughter of Nunnu.-----
HATSHEPSUTEgyptianleader of noble women.-----
HEB IEgyptianone of the Hat hors.-----
HEH TEgyptianthe goddess of time.-----
HEM AT ROTAEgyptianthe mother of Rameses III.-----
HEM SU ISIEgyptianthe wife of Petemet.-----
HENEgyptianthe sister of the priest Senbu.-----
HENDAQUEEgyptian the mistress of Chendi Greek Kandake.-----
HENT ANUEgyptianthe mother of Rere.-----
HENT ATEHEgyptianRoyal Favourite.-----
HENT KHERPUEgyptianthe daughter of Rameses II.-----
HENT NOFREEgyptianwife of commander Niani.-----
HEQETEgyptianfrog or green.-----
HESIEgyptianthe goddess Isis.-----
HESI EM KHEBEgyptianIsi em chev.-----
HES RAEgyptianthe wife of Smen.-----
HET HERTEgyptianhouse above.-----
HET HERUEgyptianhouse of Horus.-----
HISE TEgyptianthe name of several Egyptian ladies.-----
HISE T A MATROTAEgyptiana wife of Rameses III.-----
HISET EM KHEBEgyptianthe third wife of Osorkon II.-----
HISE T NOFRE TEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II and a wife of Rameses II.-----
HO ANKHEgyptianthe wife of the priest Inhehemto.-----
HOHEgyptiana goddess with a serpent head.-----
HON TEgyptianthe wife of Toti.-----
HON T KHA RAEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
HON T KHEM UEgyptianthe daughter of an unknown Egyptian king.-----
HON T MIT HEBEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep III.-----
HON T TO KHEBEgyptiana daughter of King Amenhotep I.-----
HON T TO NEBEgyptianthe wife of Kauta.-----
HONT USENEgyptiana granddaughter of Tetet.-----
HOR UTAEgyptianthe granddaughter of Peteharpocrates.-----
HOSIT EM BENTEgyptiana daughter of Osirtesen.-----
HOSIT EM THOTHEgyptiana daughter of Osirtesen.-----
HOTEPEgyptianPeace.-----
HOTEP BESE TEgyptianPeace of Bes.-----
HOTEPHETESEgyptiana granddaughter of Tetet.-----
HOTEP TEgyptianan Egyptian lady the wife of Antefaker.-----
HUNRAEgyptiana priestess of the goddess Nut.-----
IOUSAASEgyptianthe Great One who comes.-----
IRBASTUTANIFUEgyptianthe name of the wife and a daughter of King Amenrut.-----
IS ARTAISEgyptiana common Middle Empire name.-----
ISE KHEB AUEgyptianthe mother of the chancellor Psametik.-----
ISERETEgyptianthe sister of Astaretenheb.-----
ISETAARIEgyptianthe wife of Petiharpekhruti.-----
ISEUERIEgyptianthe mother of Anasch.-----
ISI EM CHEBEgyptianmother of the lady Ka ka.-----
ISI EM CHEVEgyptiana princess of the royal line of Seti I.-----
ISI EM KHEBEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
ISI OEREgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
ISISEgyptianancient.-----
ISI TA NEFEREgyptiana choristress of Amen Ra.-----
KAEgyptianexistence.-----
KABIREgyptianAstarte.-----
KAHIEgyptianan uncertain Egyptian goddess.-----
KA KAEgyptianthe daughter of the priest of Amen Har m ankh amen.-----
KAMASEgyptiana royal lady or consort.-----
KARO AMATEgyptianthe first wife of Osorkon II.-----
KARO MAMA MIMUTEgyptianthe wife of Takelot II.-----
KARO MANAEgyptianan Egyptian queen.-----
KARTEKEgyptianSpark Holder.-----
KARUM MAMAEgyptianKaro mama mimut.-----
KASMUTEgyptianthe name of a royal lady or mother.-----
KAT BEgyptiana priestess of the goddess Maut.-----
KATESCHEgyptianSacred Holy.-----
KEK TEgyptianthe goddess of darkness.-----
KEMAEgyptianthe mother and daughter of King Nofre hotep.-----
KEMATEgyptianChantress.-----
KES KES TEgyptianthe daughter of Osirtesen.-----
KETETEgyptianthe wife of Neferpou.-----
KHAAEgyptianthe mother of Amenemap the scribe.-----
KHA RA TA NEK HAEgyptianthe wife of Horus.-----
KHAS KHEMEgyptianthe wife of Ouzahor.-----
KHATEgyptiana sister of the scribe Usur ha.-----
KHATAEgyptianthe mother of Ta ki uata.-----
Khem ra n sem khekhEgyptianPrevailing by the Name in her Throat.-----
KHET ANKHEgyptianthe wife of Har em ha.-----
KHONS IRI TESEgyptianthe mother of Isioer.-----
KHONSUEgyptiana queen of Egypt.-----
KHUFUTEgyptiangranddaughter of king Tetet.-----
KHUNSUEgyptiana consort of Antef III.-----
KITEgyptiana sister of Sekherta.-----
LAYLAEgyptianborn at night.-----
MAEgyptianTruth.-----
MAAEgyptianthe sister of the officer Tutu.-----
MAANAIEgyptianthe mother of the priest Unnefer.-----
MAANIEgyptianthe wife of Mai.-----
MADSENENEgyptianthe wife of King Aspalut.-----
MA KA RAEgyptiana title of Queen Hatasu.-----
MAKARAEgyptianPharaoh s daughter .-----
MAKET ATENEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
MANET ANKHEgyptianthe wife of Harbenen.-----
MAUTEgyptianthe wife of Amen Ra.-----
MAUT MAIEgyptianthe wife of Hek nofre.-----
MAUT NEFEREgyptianThe Good Maut.-----
MEHIEgyptiana lion headed goddess.-----
MEHT EM I SEKHETEgyptianthe wife of Psametik I.-----
MENHITEgyptianthe power of light or heat.-----
MER ANKHESEgyptianthe daughter of an unidentified king.-----
MERET PAEgyptianthe mother of the scribe Sa pthah.-----
MERIEgyptianthe sister of Rekh mara.-----
MERI EN SEKAREgyptiana goddess of harvest.-----
MERI S ANKHEgyptianthe wife of Shafra.-----
MERI S TE KHUEgyptianThat which loves Joy.-----
MERITEgyptianbeloved one.-----
MERTEgyptiandesire will.-----
MERTEEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
MER TETESEgyptianthe granddaughter of Tetet.-----
MERT HAPIEgyptianthe sister of Nectanebos I. or II.-----
MERT UEgyptianthe wife of the officer Mert u.-----
MESKHENETEgyptiandestiny fortune.-----
MES SITEgyptiana granddaughter of Tetet.-----
MESTAEgyptiana feminine spirit mentioned in the Ritual of the Dead.-----
METEN HONTEgyptianthe mother of Namurot.-----
Met naschti s mouthEgyptiana worshipper of Amen Ra.-----
MIANEEgyptianthe wife of Ua.-----
MILTEgyptianMerte.-----
MIT AMENEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
MIT ATENEgyptianthe wife Ra saa ka kheper u.-----
MOUTH EN APEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
MUN KHET ISIEgyptianthe mother of the royal scribe Pet amen.-----
MUNTU HOTEPEgyptianthe consort of Antefaa II.-----
MUTEgyptianmother.-----
MUT HAT ANKHESEgyptianthe second wife of Osorkon II.-----
MUT IRITISEgyptiana daughter of Pianki.-----
MUT SNAT EMEgyptianwife of Horus Haremhebi.-----
NAAEgyptianthe mother of captain Smen.-----
NAHAM UAEgyptiana name of the goddess Hathor.-----
NAHAM S RATAEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
NAILAHEgyptiansuccessful.-----
NANEEgyptiana fish or good beautiful .-----
NA NEFRU SEKHETEgyptianthe wife of Pef aa neit.-----
NANIEgyptianthe wife of Nemur.-----
NANUEgyptiangood beautiful.-----
NAUEgyptianthe goddess of the hour.-----
NEB ANUEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
NEB EN TOTIEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
NEBETEgyptianmistress the Golden One.-----
NEBITEgyptianmistress the Golden One.-----
NEB OOEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
NEBT HETEgyptianlady of the house.-----
NEBT HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Nebt.-----
NEBT NEHIEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
NEFER RAEgyptianThe Good Ra.-----
NEFER TEgyptiana sister of the prince Ra hotep.-----
NEFERTARIEgyptiangood and beautiful companion.-----
NEFER TITAIEgyptianthe queen of Amenhotep IV.-----
NEFERTITIEgyptianbeautiful beloved one.-----
NEFER U PTHAHEgyptianThe Good Pthah.-----
NEFER U SEBEKEgyptianThe Good Sebek.-----
NEHIMEOUEgyptianthe name of a goddess a form of Hathor .-----
NEIRIOUIEgyptianthe mother of Pet osiris.-----
NEIT AKEREgyptianVictorious Neith.-----
NEITHEgyptianI came from myself.-----
NEITHOKEREgyptianNeit aker.-----
NEMEgyptianthe sister of Antef and Ameni.-----
NEM ANKH ANEMSEgyptianImparting Life to her Skin.-----
NENAEgyptianthe consort of Sebekhotep II.-----
NEN SALAEgyptiana queen consort of Egypt.-----
NEPHTHYSEgyptianlady of the house.-----
NES AEgyptiana royal lady of the IIIrd or IVth dynasty.-----
NES KHONSEgyptianFollower of Khons.-----
NES MAUTEgyptianFollower of Maut.-----
NES TAUTA KHUTEgyptianthe wife of Prince Sheshonk.-----
NES TEN NES TEgyptianthe wife of King Namrut.-----
NETEM MENNEFEREgyptianThe Delight of Memphis.-----
NISHEMEgyptianSeben.-----
Nitakret seret en pi muntuEgyptiana royal lady of the XXVIth dynasty.-----
NITETISEgyptianthe daughter in law of Uahprahet.-----
NITK HOTEP IRI BENTEgyptianthe name of the mother and the wife of Necht anebos.-----
NITOCRISEgyptianrose faced or rosy cheeked.-----
NOFRE ARIEgyptianThe Good Companion.-----
Nofre aten nofre titiEgyptiana wife of Amenhotep IV.-----
NOFREATEN TASERATEgyptiandaughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
Nofre aten tunen etEgyptiana queen of Egypt of the XIIth dynasty.-----
NOFRE RAEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
NOFRE T ARIEgyptianThe Good Companion.-----
Nofre t ari miten mutEgyptiana wife of Rameses II.-----
NOFRE TITIEgyptianthe first wife of Amenhotep IV.-----
NOFRE T KAUEgyptianthe daughter of King Snefru.-----
NOHEM SEgyptianan Egyptian lady.-----
NTEgyptianI came from myself.-----
NUBEgyptianGold.-----
NUBAITEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
NUB EM HETEgyptianGold of Heart.-----
NUB EM TEKHEgyptianan unknown princess.-----
NUB EM USEKHEgyptianGold of the Hall Assembly.-----
NUBEN AMEN MAEgyptiana common XVIIIth dynasty name.-----
NUB HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Nub.-----
NUB KHASEgyptianthe consort of Antef III.-----
NUBITEgyptianwoman of Ombos.-----
NUB NAEgyptianthe wife of the councillor Ra n senb.-----
NUB NOFREEgyptianGood Nub or Good Gold.-----
NUB SASEgyptianthe consort of Antef III.-----
NUBUKHAEgyptianthe consort of Sebekhotep V.-----
NUSHIMEgyptianan early Egyptian goddess.-----
NUTEgyptianthe goddess of the firmament.-----
AEIEgyptianthe wife of Ra amen.-----
OOHHOTEPEgyptianAahotep.-----
OUEIEgyptianthe sister of the scribe Thoth.-----
PASHTEgyptianSekhet.-----
PELKHAEgyptianBelonging to glory.-----
PEN URES NESEgyptianthe mother of prince Namurot.-----
PET AMENEgyptianBelonging to Amen.-----
Philotera her sankhEgyptianthe daughter of the prophet Ra nofre ab.-----
PHUTEgyptianthe name of an obscure goddess.-----
PIPUIEgyptiana sister of the priest Pthah em hebi.-----
PTHAH MEI TEgyptianthe mother of the priest Fai iten hemh bai.-----
PTHAH SEEgyptianthe daughter of Ameni.-----
PYRRHAEgyptianthe daughter of Philinos.-----
QELHATATEgyptiana queen of Nubia.-----
RAAEgyptianthe name of two Egyptian ladies.-----
RABIAHEgyptianborn in the spring.-----
RA IEgyptiana lady of the family of Uer mu.-----
RA KA MATEgyptianthe wife of Osorkon I.-----
RA KA TMEEgyptiana form of the royal name Amense.-----
RA MAA UR NEFRUEgyptianGift of the Great Sun of Justice.-----
RA MA UER NEFRUEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
RA MERI ANKH NASEgyptianthe queen of King Pepi Merira.-----
RAMLAEgyptianprophetess.-----
RA NEF ANKHEgyptianthe mother of En antef.-----
RA NEFER UEgyptianMost Beautiful Sun.-----
RA NEFRUEgyptiana daughter of Thothmes III.-----
RANNOEgyptianTo Suckle.-----
RANPUEgyptianthe Egyptian goddess of war.-----
RASHIDAEgyptianrightly guided.-----
RA TOEgyptiananother form of Ratta or Ritho.-----
RATTAEgyptianthe wife of the god Mentu.-----
RENENEgyptianthe goddess of harvest.-----
RENENETEgyptianfortune.-----
RENPAEgyptiana goddess of the year.-----
RENPE NOFREEgyptianThe Good Renpe or Good Year.-----
RITHOEgyptianthe wife of the deity Mentu or Month.-----
RUBA TAEgyptiana mystical cow from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SABO EN EAEgyptianSi en ea.-----
SA HOR SETEgyptianthe daughter of lady Tarot en pasht.-----
SA KHONSEgyptianthe wife of Ankh pis khe.-----
SA KHONSUEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
SALAMAEgyptianpeace safety.-----
SALANT MOUTHEgyptianthe wife of Thoth hotep.-----
SALIHAHEgyptianchaste virtuous.-----
SAMIAEgyptianelevated sublime.-----
SAMIRAEgyptiannight thoughts.-----
SA MOUTHEgyptianChild of Mouth.-----
SAPTEgyptiana goddess of foreign origin.-----
SARAPOUSEgyptianthe wife of Heraclius Soter.-----
SASU KHONS PA SETEgyptiana priestess of Amen.-----
SA TAT NEB ENITOEgyptiana priestess of Amen.-----
SAT BUEgyptianthe wife of Hor im hotep.-----
SATIEgyptiangoddess of the sunbeam consort of Khnum.-----
SCEMIOPHRISEgyptiana XIIth dynasty queen.-----
SCHA REIEgyptianthe wife of Amen nekht.-----
SCHENTEgyptianthe lady of heaven.-----
SCHEP MAUTEgyptianwife of Pa du amen nes tau ui.-----
SE BASTEgyptianChild of Bast.-----
SEBEK EM ISISEgyptianthe daughter of Sotemheit.-----
SEBENEgyptiana goddess who was worshipped at Syene and Eilethya.-----
SEB TETEgyptianan uncertain goddess.-----
SEFKHABUEgyptianSeven Rayed.-----
SEKHETEgyptian garden a priestess of Amen Ra.-----
SEKHET HOTEP ETEgyptianthe mother of Iu senb.-----
SEKHMAKHEgyptianthe queen of Nastosenen.-----
SELKEgyptiana form of Isis.-----
SEMETEgyptianthe wife of King Her hor si amen.-----
SEMT MUTEgyptiana form of Muts netem.-----
SENBEgyptiana XIIth dynasty Egyptian lady.-----
SENEBSIMAEgyptianthe sister of an unknown king.-----
SENETEgyptiansupport.-----
SEN NUEgyptianchild of Nu.-----
SENSAOSEgyptianHathor set dsjatho.-----
SENTEgyptianthe sister of Antef and Ameni.-----
SEPUNTEPETEgyptiana daughter of Pankhi.-----
SERAEgyptianthe sister of the priest Nofre renpe.-----
SER HATEgyptianthe sister of the royal scribe User hat.-----
SERKEgyptianSelk.-----
SESUR HATEgyptiana wife of Amenhotep II.-----
SET AKORFEgyptianthe mother of Fai hor ou oer.-----
SET AMENEgyptiana wife and daughter of Antef.-----
SET APEgyptianthe wife of Osirtesen.-----
SET EN ISIEgyptianthe daughter of Ti osiris.-----
SETETAEgyptianthe daughter of king Tetet.-----
SET HATHOREgyptiansecond wife of Antef.-----
SET KHERTAEgyptiana sister of Sekherta.-----
SET KHONSUEgyptiana sister of Sekherta.-----
SHADYAEgyptiandelight joy pleasure.-----
SHAI NEFEREgyptiangood destiny.-----
SHEN PE UTS NETEREgyptianTurn of Heaven Conductor of the Gods.-----
SHEPEN APUTEgyptianthe daughter of Piankhi II.-----
SHEPEN HESIEgyptianthe sister of Nekhtmutf.-----
SHEP SHETEgyptiana XXVIth dynasty Egyptian lady.-----
SHOSHANEgyptiana lotus.-----
SHUKURAEgyptiangrateful.-----
SI EN EAEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
SIOTIOEgyptianthe granddaughter of Naoushceri.-----
SIT AAHEgyptianan unidentified royal lady.-----
SIT AMENEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep III.-----
SITIRIBEUEgyptiana consort in the reign of Aahmes I.-----
SITRAEgyptianthe mother of one of the last kings of the XXth dynasty.-----
SOFHEgyptianthe goddess of writing.-----
SONI VAPHRAEgyptianthe queen of Amasis II.-----
SOTEMEITEgyptianthe wife of Fai hor ouser.-----
SOTEP ET EN RAEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
SOUBANEgyptianan uncertain vulture goddess of the South land or Ethiopia.-----
SURHET HET UEgyptianthe name of the mother and of a granddaughter of King Sebekhotep II.-----
Surhet het u fentEgyptiana daughter of King Sebekhotep II.-----
SUTENSEgyptiana granddaughter of Tetet.-----
SUVANEgyptiana goddess worshipped at Ten.-----
TAAEgyptiana daughter of King Thothmes IV.-----
TA AMENTEgyptianthe wife of Uer mu.-----
TA APENHAEgyptianthe wife of Psabenhor.-----
TA APEPEgyptianan Egyptian lady.-----
TA BA RETEgyptianthe wife of Hor.-----
TA BU BUEgyptiana priestess of the goddess Bast.-----
TA EIEgyptianthe wife of Nefer heb ef.-----
TA EI OUIH RAEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TAF NEKHTAEgyptianthe mother of Nechtarhebi.-----
TA HEMIEgyptiana daughter of Rameses Miamun.-----
TAHIRAHEgyptianclean immaculate.-----
TAHORTEgyptianthe wife of Outhor and the mother of Horirem.-----
TAHUT SEN UEgyptianthe wife of Osirtesen.-----
TAIEgyptianthe mother of Iu iu.-----
TAIAEgyptiandaughter of a chief named Iuaa.-----
TAI AFEgyptiana lady of the house of Unnefer.-----
TAIRINEgyptianthe sister of Amenhotep I.-----
TA KAEgyptianthe mother of the royal butler Aia.-----
TA KHAEgyptianthe wife of Nefer hotep.-----
TA KHARAEgyptiana priestess of Osiris.-----
TA KHATEgyptianthe sister of the treasurer Iu iu.-----
TA KHA UATEgyptianthe queen of Psametik I.-----
TA KHOTEgyptianthe wife of Necho I. .-----
TA KHROT IKAEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty royal lady or consort.-----
TA KI UATAEgyptianthe daughter of lady Khata.-----
TALIEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TA MENAT KHONSUEgyptianthe wife of Osorkon I.-----
TAMUNEgyptianAmunta.-----
TA NAROEgyptianthe daughter of Amenemap.-----
TANEN TUEgyptiana goddess who was worshipped at the town of Ter.-----
TAN TE BASTEgyptianthe daughter of Prince Psametik.-----
TA PERAEgyptianthe mother of Ahmessenetuahbra.-----
TA ROTEN SEKHETEgyptianthe mother of Sa horset.-----
TA SCHEP EN MAUTEgyptianthe wife of the scribe Pet amen neb nes ataui-----
TA SCHE RA HEEgyptianthe mother of Pthah Taho.-----
TA SEN KNOEgyptianthe daughter of Psametkia.-----
TA SE SERTEgyptianthe wife of the usurper Sipthah.-----
TA SET TAEgyptianthe daughter of Isi oer.-----
TA SI TEN HISETEgyptianthe daughter of Aahmes II.-----
TASKHTALIEgyptianthe daughter of Pisanhor.-----
TAS NEKHTEgyptianTaf nekhta.-----
TASPUEgyptianthe daughter of Hor mi nuter.-----
TAT AKATEgyptianthe wife of Har si esi and the mother of Pou isis.-----
TAT ARAEgyptiana lady of the family of Captain Hui.-----
TATESEgyptianthe daughter of Thoth hotep.-----
TAT MAUT A S ANKHEgyptianthe mother of Pet amen neb nes ataui.-----
TAUAUEgyptianmother of Aahmes and Bak.-----
TA UEREgyptianthe sister of Khetef.-----
TAUREgyptianthe great or the first.-----
TA UREgyptianthe great or the first.-----
TAURTEgyptianthe great or the first.-----
TA URTEgyptianthe great or the first.-----
TA USEREgyptianthe daughter of Merenpthah I.-----
TEFNUTEgyptianthe associate of Shu.-----
TEIHARSETEgyptiana lady of the family of Ra toker.-----
TEKH BESEgyptianthe daughter of Mert hapi.-----
TENAEgyptianan lady of rank in the XIIth dynasty.-----
TEN KHEIATEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TEN KHETAEgyptianthe wife of Amasis II.-----
TEN PE PIOUEgyptianthe wife of Pe schali en khons.-----
TENT AMENEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TENT ES PEHEgyptianthe wife of Prince Namurot.-----
TENT KHETAEgyptianthe first wife of Aahmes II.-----
TENT SOS RAEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TES AMENEgyptianthe mother of Hem bai.-----
TES BAST PERUEgyptianthe second wife of Takelot II.-----
TET ANHUREgyptianan assistant in the temple of the god Anhur.-----
TETIEgyptianthe wife of Sebek nekht.-----
TETI HOR NOUBEgyptiana choristress of Amen Ra.-----
TETI MA NEFEREgyptianthe wife of Empe ankh.-----
THERMUTHISEgyptianMaut the great mother goddess.-----
THERMUTISEgyptianfirst mother.-----
THIIEgyptiangiving.-----
THITIEgyptiangiving.-----
THMEIEgyptianGoddess of Truth.-----
THOERISEgyptianthe great or the first.-----
THOT HARTAISEgyptianthe mother of the lady Hotepbeset.-----
THOTH MESEgyptianthe mother of Pnaaku.-----
THOUERISEgyptianthe great or the first.-----
TIEgyptiangiving.-----
TIAH HOREgyptianthe mother of Hor naskht.-----
TI EI MEST NIBSEgyptiana Divine Spouse of Amen Ra.-----
TIIEgyptiangiving.-----
TII MER ASTEgyptianthe wife of Seti nekht.-----
TIKAREgyptianthe mother of Ankhsnef.-----
TI NEFER HOTEPEgyptiana priestess of Amen Ra.-----
TI OSIRISEgyptianthe mother of princess Seten isi.-----
TI POUEIEgyptianthe sister of Fai iten hemh bai.-----
TITIEgyptiangiving.-----
TO HEM SUEITSEgyptianthe wife of Simouth.-----
TO MERIEgyptianthe wife of the priest Anhur mes.-----
TOSESEgyptianthe name of an obscure goddess.-----
TOU TOU EAEgyptianthe mother of Amenhotep.-----
TPHOUSEgyptianthe daughter of Heraclius Soter.-----
TSONT NOFREEgyptiana form of the goddess Isis.-----
TUAAEgyptiana Japhetic chieftainess.-----
TUMMITESEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
TURESEgyptiana daughter of King Amenhotep I.-----
Tut hathor hon tottiEgyptianthe daughter of Pisem II.-----
TUTUEgyptianwife of Asennu.-----
TUTU TEN APETEgyptianthe wife and daughter of Rameses Miamun.-----
UAEM MAEgyptianthe wife of officer Murkau.-----
UARTEgyptiana XIXth dynasty Egyptian lady.-----
UATEgyptianButo The Lake.-----
UATITEgyptiana name of the goddess Bast.-----
UER NAROEgyptianthe wife of Ra er and mother of Uer mu.-----
UERTHEKUEgyptiana serpent goddess.-----
Ur merits teshr shenEgyptianthe greatly Beloved Red haired.-----
USUR T KAUEgyptianThe Most Powerful of Beings.-----
UUHETUEgyptianthe mother of Sebek hotep II.-----
UZA RANSEgyptianthe wife of Psen maut.-----
XONSUEgyptiana XIth dynasty queen or queen consort.-----
ZAHRAEgyptianblooming flourishing or flower.-----
ZES MEHENT PER UEgyptianthe mother of Rameses.-----
AARENEnglishVariant spelling of English Aeryn meaning Ireland. Compare with masculine Aaren.-----
ABAEGAYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABAGAELEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABAGAILEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABAGALEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABAIGAELEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABAIGEALEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBEYPetEnglishform of English Abigail meaning father rejoices. Compare with another form of Abbey.-----
ABBIEnglishPet form of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBIEPetEnglishform of English Abigail meaning father rejoices. Compare with another form of Abbie.-----
ABBIGAELEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBIGAILEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBIGALEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBIGAYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBYGAELEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBYGAILEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBYGALEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABBYPetEnglishform of English Abigail meaning father rejoices. Compare with another form of Abby.-----
ABBYEEnglishPet form of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABEGAILEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABEGAYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABELIAFromEnglishthe Latin name of a genus of honeysuckle.-----
ABIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiy meaning my father. In the bible this is the name of the mother of King Hezekiah. Compare with masculine Abi.-----
ABIAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABIGAILEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abigayil meaning father rejoices. In the bible this is the name of the wife of King David.-----
ABIGALEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABIGALLEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABIGAYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABIGILEnglishVariant spelling of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
ABIHAILEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyhayil meaning father of might. In the bible this is the name of the father of Esther a Levite who was the head of the house of Merari and several other characters.-----
ABIJAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABILENEEnglishModern English name derived from Greek Abilene the biblical name of a region belonging to the city of Abila meaning grassy meadow.-----
ABISHAGEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyshag meaning my father is a wanderer or father of error. In the bible this is the name of a young girl who cared for David in his old age.-----
ABITALEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiytal meaning my father is dew. In the bible this is the name of one of David s wives.-----
ABRAEnglishShort form of Hebrew Abrahamit meaning father of a multitude. This name was popular in 17th century England. Also spelled Avra.-----
ABRIANNAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Hebrew Abraham meaning father of a multitude.-----
ACACIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name from Latin acacia from Greek akakia meaning thorny Egyptian tree. Besides the flowering shrub or tree Acacia is also the name of a fraternity. In Freemasonry the Acacia symbolizes immortality of the soul innocence and purity and birth into a new life. The acaica seyal is believed to have been the biblical shittah tree Isaiah 41 19 which furnished the wood for the Ark of the Covenant and for the Tabernacle.-----
ACHEFLOUROldEnglishEnglish name meaning suffering flower. In Arthurian legend this is the name of King Arthur s sister in the romance Syr Percyvelle.-----
ADAEnglishShort form of English Adelaide noble sort,and Adela noble.Compare with other forms of Ada.-----
ADALINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Adeline meaning little noble.-----
ADALLINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Italian Adelina meaning noble.-----
ADAMINAScottishEnglishfeminine form of Hebrew Adam meaning earth or red.-----
ADDIEPetEnglishform of English Adelaide meaning noble sort. Compare with another form of Addie.-----
ADDISONEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning son of Adam.-----
ADDYEnglishPet form of English Adelaide meaning noble sort.-----
ADELAEnglishLatin form of German Adala meaning noble. In use by the Danish and Swedish.-----
ADELAIDEEnglishEnglish form of French Adelaide meaning noble sort.-----
ADELEEnglishEnglish form of French Adele meaning noble sort.-----
ADELIAEnglishVariant form of Latin Adela meaning noble.-----
ADELICEEnglishEnglish variant form of French Adelais meaning noble sort.-----
ADELICIAEnglishElaborated form of English Adelice meaning noble sort.-----
ADELINEEnglishDiminutive form of French Adele meaning little noble.-----
ADELLEEnglishFrench form of German Adala meaning noble.-----
ADELPHIEEnglishEnglish form of French Adelphe meaning born of the same womb sibling.-----
ADELYNAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Adelina meaning little noble.-----
ADENAFeminineEnglishform of English Aden meaning fire.-----
ADENAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Adena meaning fire.-----
ADENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Adena meaning fire.-----
ADIEnglish Hebrew unisex name meaning my ornament or my witness.-----
ADILENEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Adeline meaning noble.-----
ADINAEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Adiyna meaning slender. In the bible this is a masculine name only the name of one of King David s captains.-----
ADISONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Addison meaning son of Adam.-----
ADISSONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Addison meaning son of Adam.-----
ADMIRANDAEnglishElaborated form of English Miranda meaning worthy of admiration.-----
ADOLPHAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Adolphus meaning noble wolf.-----
ADREAEnglishVariant spelling of English Adria meaning from Hadria.-----
ADREEAEnglishVariant spelling of English Adria meaning from Hadria.-----
ADREANAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Adriana meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIAEnglishFeminine form of English Adrian meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Adrianus Spanish Adrian and Italian Adriano all meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANAHEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Adriana meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANEEnglishFeminine form of English Adrian meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANNAEnglishPolish feminine form of Latin Adrianus meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANNAHEnglishFeminine form of English Adrian meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIANNEEnglishFeminine form of English Adrian meaning from Hadria.-----
ADRIEEnglishPet form of English Adriane meaning from Hadria.-----
AERONWelshEnglishunisex form of Celtic Agrona the name a goddess of war and death who was portrayed as a masculine figure in Welsh mythology meaning carnage, slaughter.-----
AERYNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic irinn meaning Ireland.-----
AERYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Aeryn meaning Ireland.-----
AFFRICAEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFFRICAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFFRIKAEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFFRIKAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFFTONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Afton derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire Scotland made famous in Burns poem Sweet Afton.-----
AFRICAEnglishEnglish name mostly used by African Americans derived from the continent name meaning land of the Afri. The Afri were a tribe possibly Berber who dwelled in North Africa. The origin of the word Afri pl. Afer sing. may be connected with the Phoenician word afar meaning dust, which is also found in other Semitic languages such as Hebrew Afra.-----
AFRICAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFRIKAEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFRIKAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Africa meaning land of the Afri.-----
AFTONEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire Scotland made famous in Burns poem Sweet Afton.-----
AGASEnglishMedieval English form of Latin Agatha meaning good.-----
AGATHAEnglishLatin form of Greek Agathe meaning good.-----
AGGIEnglishVariant spelling of English Aggie meaning chaste and good.-----
AGGIEEnglishPet form of English Agnes chaste, and Latin Agatha good.-----
AGGYEnglishVariant spelling of English Aggie meaning chaste and good.-----
AGGYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aggie meaning chaste and good.-----
AGLCAAnEnglishOld English dictionary defines aglca as follows wretch, miscreant, monster, demon, fierce enemy, fierce combatant, miserable being.In the Anglo Saxon epic Beowulf Grendel Grendel s mother and Beowulf are all three referred to by this name for each is a fierce combatant.-----
AGNESEnglishEnglish form of French Agnes meaning chaste holy.-----
AGNUSEnglishVariant spelling of English Agnes meaning chaste holy.-----
AIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Ayah meaning falcon or vulture. In the bible this is the name of the father of Rizpah and a Horite the son of Zibeon.-----
AIDEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic tain meaning face.-----
AIDITHEnglishPerhaps a form of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
AILAEnglishPet form of English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
AILEEEnglishShort form of English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
AILEENEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Aibhilin meaning little Eve.-----
AILENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
AILEYEnglishPet form English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
AILIEEnglishPet form English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
AILITHEnglishEither a Middle English form of Anglo Saxon thelgyth meaning noble war, or a variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Alyth meaning ascending, rising.-----
AILSAEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Ealasaid meaning God is my oath. The name was derived from Ailsa Craig the name of an island off Scotland also known by the Gaelic names Allasa Creag and Creag Ealasaid Elisabeth s Rock or Elspeth s Rock . The island is known by many other names including Old Norse Alfsigesey meaning Alfsigr s Island.-----
AILSEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ailsa meaning elf victory.-----
AILSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ailsa meaning elf victory.-----
AIMEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Amy meaning much loved.-----
AIMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Amy meaning much loved.-----
AINSLEYEnglishScottish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements ansetl hermitage and leah meadow, pasture, hence hermitage meadow.-----
AINSLIEEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish unisex Ainsley meaning hermitage meadow.-----
AIRLAEnglishModern English name perhaps based on the vocabulary word air hence ethereal.-----
AIRLEAEnglishElaborated form of English Airla possibly meaning ethereal.-----
AIRLIAEnglishElaborated form of English Airla possibly meaning ethereal.-----
AISLINEnglishVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
AISLINGEnglishIrish Gaelic name meaning dream vision.-----
AISLINNEnglishVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
AIYANAEnglishThis name was coined by professor Bryan Sykes author of The Seven Daughters of Eve for a particular Native American genetic line one of four reconstructed mtDNA lines believed to have colonised America. The name was adopted into English usage mostly by Americans. It may mean ever blooming.-----
ALANAEnglishEnglishfeminine form of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALANISEnglishEnglish feminine form of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Alana possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Alanna possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALANNISEnglishVariant spelling of English Alanis possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALBERTAFeminineEnglishform of English Albert meaning bright nobility. Compare with another form of Alberta.-----
ALBERTINEEnglishFeminine form of French Albert meaning bright nobility.-----
ALBINAEnglishFeminine form of English Albin meaning like Albus, i.e. white.-----
ALEAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Arabic Aliya meaning the high, exalted one.-----
ALEASEEnglishPerhaps a variant spelling of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
ALEESHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALENAEnglish Russian 1. Russian form of Greek Helene possibly meaning torch.-----
ALENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aileen meaning little Eve.-----
ALESHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALETHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Alethea meaning truth.-----
ALETHEAEnglishEnglish name not found before the 16th century probably originally a Puritan virtue name derived from the Greek word aletheia meaning truth.-----
ALEXEnglishEnglish unisex short form of Alexandra and Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALEXAEnglishEnglishand Latin short form of Alexandra meaning defender of mankind. Compare with another form of Alexa.-----
ALEXANDRAFeminineEnglishform of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind. Compare with other forms of Alexandra.-----
ALEXANDREAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Alexandria meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALEXIAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Alexius meaning defender.-----
ALEXINAEnglishPet form of Latin Alexia meaning defender.-----
ALEXISEnglishUnisex contracted form of Latin Alexius meaning defender.-----
ALEXUSEnglishUnisex contracted form of Latin Alexius meaning defender.-----
ALFREDAEnglishFeminine form of English Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALGOMAEnglishEnglish name having several possible origins the most likely being from the place name invented by Henry Schoolcraft composed of the prefix Al from the Native American tribal name Algonquin and the suffix NAME from the Algonquin word goma meaning lake.-----
ALIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Aliah meaning to ascend, to go up.-----
ALIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Aliya meaning to ascend, to go up.-----
ALICAEnglishSlovak form of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALICEEnglishModern form of English Adelaide meaning noble sort.-----
ALICIAEnglishSpanish equivalent of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALINEVariantEnglishspelling of English Aileen meaning little Eve.Compare with another form of Aline.-----
ALISShortEnglishform of English Alisa meaning noble sort. Compare with another form of Alis.-----
ALISAVariantEnglishform of English Alice meaning noble sort. Compare with other forms of Alisa.-----
ALISELatvianEnglishequivalent of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALISHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALISHIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALISIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALISONNormanEnglishFrench form of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort. In use by the English and Scottish. Compare with another form of Alison.-----
ALISSAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALISYAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALIVIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Olivia probably meaning elf army.-----
ALIXEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Alex meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLANAEnglishVariant spelling of English Alana possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Alannah possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Aline meaning little Eve.-----
ALLENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aline meaning little Eve.-----
ALLIEEnglishScottish pet form of Norman French Alison meaning noble sort.-----
ALLINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aline meaning little Eve.-----
ALLISONEnglishMedieval English spelling of Norman French Alison meaning noble sort.-----
ALLISSAEnglishVariant spelling of English Alissa meaning noble sort.-----
ALLYEnglishScottish pet form of Norman French Alison meaning noble sort.-----
ALLYCIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALLYSONEnglishModern variant spelling of Medieval English Allison meaning noble sort.-----
ALMAEnglishEnglish name meaning nourishing in Latin and soul in Spanish. Compare with other forms of Alma.-----
ALMAHVariantEnglishspelling of English Alma meaning nourishing in Latin and soul in Spanish. Compare with another form of Almah.-----
ALMIRAEnglishContracted form of Spanish Adelmira meaning nobly famous.In use by the English as is its variant Elmira.-----
ALPHAEnglish English unisex name derived from the first letter of the Greek alphabet.-----
ALPHONSINEEnglishFeminine form of French Alphonse meaning noble and ready.-----
ALTAIREnglish Modern English unisex name derived from the name of the brightest star in the constellation Aquila from an Arabic word meaning the bird or the flyer.-----
ALVAAnglicizedEnglishfeminine form of Irish Gaelic unisex Ailbhe possibly meaning white. Compare with another form of Alva and masculine Alva.-----
ALVENAEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alvina meaning elf friend.-----
ALVINAEnglishMiddle English feminine form of Norman French Alvin meaning elf friend.-----
ALYCEEnglishVariant spelling of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALYCIAEnglishEnglish variant of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Alis meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSAEnglishVariant spelling of English Alyssa meaning either noble sort or alyssum flower.-----
ALYSEEnglishVariant spelling of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSONEnglishDiminutive form of English Alys meaning noble sort.-----
ALYSSAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort. This name is also sometimes given as a plant name Alyssum flower, from Latin alyssum from Greek alysson composed of a not and lysson rabies, hence not rabies, because the Alyssum plant was believed to cure rabies.-----
ALYSSIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alicia meaning noble sort.-----
ALYXEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Alex meaning defender of mankind.-----
AMABELEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin amabilis meaning lovable.-----
AMALEAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Amalia meaning work.-----
AMALEEEnglishPerhaps a variant spelling of English Emily meaning rival.-----
AMALIYAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Amalia meaning work.-----
AMANDAEnglishEnglish literary name created by playwright Colley Cibber in the 17th century derived from Latin amanda meaning lovable.-----
AMARYLLISEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name amaryllis from Greek amarysso meaning to sparkle.-----
AMBEREnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning amber, the gem or color. Actually the word is of Arabic origin from anbargris ambergris which refers to an oily perfumed substance used in making perfumes secreted by the sperm whale.-----
AMBROSIAEnglishIn Greek mythology ambrosia is the name of a food or drink of the gods that gives them immortality.1. Feminine form of Greek Ambrosios meaning immortal.-----
AMELIAEnglishEnglish form of German Amalia meaning work.-----
AMELIEEnglishEnglish form of French Amelie meaning work.-----
AMETHYSTEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the precious stone from Greek amethustos meaning not intoxicated sober, expressing the ancient belief that the stone had the ability to protect one from drunkenness. This name is sometimes given to girls born in February.-----
AMEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Amy meaning much loved.-----
AMIEnglishVariant spelling of English Amy meaning much loved.-----
AMICEEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin amicitia meaning friendship.-----
AMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Amy meaning much loved.-----
AMILIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Amelia meaning work.-----
AMITYEnglishEnglish name meaning friendship.-----
AMYEnglishEnglishform of French Aimee meaning much loved.-----
ANABELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Annabella meaning gracious beauty.-----
ANABELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Annabelle meaning gracious beauty.-----
ANASTACIAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Anastasia meaning resurrection.-----
ANASTASIAEnglish Greek 1. Feminine form of Greek Anastasios meaning resurrection.-----
ANDEEEnglishPet form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANDIEnglishPet form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANDRAEnglishFeminine form of English Andrew meaning man warrior.-----
ANDREAEnglishFeminine form of English Andrew meaning man warrior.-----
ANDREANAEnglishElaborated form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANDRIEnglishPet form of English Andriana meaning man warrior.-----
ANDRIANAEnglishElaborated form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANDRINAEnglishElaborated form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANDYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Andrew and Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANETAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Spanish Anita meaning favor grace. Compare with another form of Aneta.-----
ANETTAEnglishEnglish variant form of Spanish Anita meaning favor grace.-----
ANETTEEnglishVariant spelling of French Annette meaning favor grace.-----
ANGEEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Angela meaning angel, messenger. Compare with masculine Ange.-----
ANGELEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Latin Angelus meaning angel, messenger.Originally a male name it is now almost strictly female.-----
ANGELAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Angelus meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANGELICAEnglishFeminine form of Italian Angelico meaning angelic.-----
ANGELINAEnglishDiminutive form of Latin Angela meaning little angel/messenger.-----
ANGELINEEnglishDiminutive form of French Angele meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANGELIQUEEnglishFrench feminine form of Latin Angelicus meaning angelic.-----
ANGELLEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Angel meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANGELLEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Angel meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANGELLINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Angelina meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANGIEEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Angela meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANIMAEnglishModern English name derived from Latin anima meaning anger, courage, essence, feeling, mind, passion, spirit, from the PIE root *ane meaning to breathe, the same root from which the words animal and animation came. But in Christian contexts the word anima was used to translate the Greek word psykhe into soul not spirit and this is the same anima from which the personal name was derived. Compare with another form of Anima.-----
ANISEEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the herb meaning anise.-----
ANITAEnglishSpanish pet form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
ANITRAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Spanish Anita meaning favor grace.-----
ANNEnglishVariant spelling of French Anne meaning favor grace.-----
ANNALatinEnglishform of Greek Hanna meaning favor grace. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a prophetess in Jerusalem.-----
ANNABELEnglishVariant spelling of English Annabelle meaning gracious beauty.-----
ANNABELINDAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and German Belinda beautiful serpent, hence gracious beautiful serpent.-----
ANNABELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Annabelle meaning gracious beauty.-----
ANNABELLAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and the Italian word bella beautiful,hence gracious beauty.-----
ANNABELLEEnglishEnglishcompound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and the French word belle beautiful,hence gracious beauty. Compare with another form of Annabelle.-----
ANNABETHEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and Beth God is my oath.-----
ANNALEEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and Lee meadow, hence graceful meadow.-----
ANNAMAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Annemae meaning favor grace and May.-----
ANNAMARIAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Anna favor grace, and Maria obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNAMAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Annemae meaning favor grace and May.-----
ANNEEnglishFrench form Latin Anna meaning favor grace. Compare with masculine Anne.-----
ANNELISAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of French Anne favor grace and Lisa God is my oath.-----
ANNEMAEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of French Anne favor grace and Mae meaning pearl, obstinate, rebellious, or the month of May.-----
ANNE MARIEEnglishVariant spelling of German Annemarie meaning favor grace, and obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNEMARIEEnglishGerman compound name composed of French Anne favor grace, and Marie obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNETTAEnglishItalian diminutive form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
ANNETTEEnglishDiminutive form of French Anne meaning favor grace.-----
ANNGELAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Angela meaning angel, messenger.-----
ANNICEEnglishMiddle English form of English Agnes meaning chaste holy.-----
ANNIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
ANNISMedievalEnglishform of English Agnes meaning chaste holy.Compare with another form of Annis.-----
ANNITAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Anita meaning favor grace.-----
ANNITRAEnglishElaborated form of English Anitra meaning favor grace.-----
ANNITTAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Anita meaning favor grace.-----
ANNMARIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Annemarie meaning favor grace, and obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNONAEnglishEnglish name probably derived from the plant genus name annona from Taino annon a species of plants which produce nutritious edible pond apples.-----
ANNORAEnglishEnglish variant form of Latin Honora meaning honor.-----
ANONAEnglishVariant spelling of English Annona which was probably derived from the plant genus name annona from Taino annon a species of plants which produce nutritious edible pond apples.-----
ANONNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Annona which was probably derived from the plant genus name annona from Taino annon a species of plants which produce nutritious edible pond apples.-----
ANORAEnglishVariant spelling of English Annora meaning honor.-----
ANSONIAEnglishFeminine form of English Anson originally a patronymic surname which may have come from any of a number of Middle English names for instance son of Ansel, or son of Agnes.-----
ANSTACEEnglishVariant spelling of English/Scottish Anstice meaning resurrection.-----
ANSTICEEnglishEnglish and Scottish name derived from Latin Anastasia meaning resurrection. Popular in the 13th century.-----
ANSTEYEnglishPet form of English/Irish Anstice meaning resurrection.-----
ANTHIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Anthea meaning flower.-----
ANTOINETTEEnglishFeminine diminutive form of French Antoine possibly meaning invaluable.-----
ANTONETTEEnglishEnglish diminutive form of Latin Antonia possibly meaning invaluable.-----
ANTONIAFeminineEnglishform of Roman Latin Antonius possibly meaning invaluable.In use by the English Italians and Spanish. Compare with another form of Antonia.-----
APRILEnglishEnglish name derived from the month name April from Latin Aprilis from aperire meaning to open, in reference to the opening of flowers in spring.-----
ARDENEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from a place name meaning eagle valley.-----
ARETHAEnglishAmerican English name probably having the same etymology as Cornish Areta meaning excellence, virtue.-----
ARIADNEEnglishLatin form of Greek Ariadne meaning utterly pure. In mythology this is the name of the daughter of King Minos.-----
ARIANAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Italian Arianna meaning utterly pure. Compare with another form of Ariana.-----
ARIELAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew unisex Ari el meaning lion of god. In the bible this is a name applied to the city of Jerusalem and the name of a chief of the returning exiles. In the Apocrypha this is the name of an archangel who rules the waters. It is also the name of a moon of Uranus and the name of a spirit in Shakespeare s play The Tempest.-----
ARIELLAEnglish Feminine form of English unisex Ariel meaning lion of God.-----
ARIELLEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Ariel meaning lion of God.-----
ARINEnglishVariant spelling of English Erin meaning Ireland. Compare with masculine Arin.-----
ARISTAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Aristaeus meaning excellence.-----
ARLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Arline a short form of longer names ending with NAME or NAME-----
ARLENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Arline a short form of longer names ending with NAME or arline.-----
ARLETTEEnglishProbably a Norman French double diminutive form of the German word arn eagle, hence tiny little eagle.-----
ARLIEEnglishPet form of English Arline a short form of longer names ending with NAME or NAME-----
ARLINEEnglishEnglish short form of longer names ending with NAME or NAME-----
ARYANAEnglishModern variant spelling of English Ariana meaning utterly pure.-----
ASCELINAEnglishElaborated form of English Aceline meaning little noble one.-----
ASCELINEEnglishElaborated form of English Aceline meaning little noble one.-----
ASENATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Acenath meaning belonging to the goddess Neith. In the bible this is the name of Joseph s Egyptian wife.-----
ASHShortEnglishform of English unisex Ashley meaning ash tree grove.-----
ASHLEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Ashley meaning ash tree grove.-----
ASHLEIGHEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Ashley meaning ash tree grove.-----
ASHLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements sc ash and leah wood, hence ash tree grove.-----
ASHLIEEnglishFeminine variant of English unisex Ashley meaning ash tree grove.-----
ASHLINGEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
ASHLYNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Ash ash tree and Lyn lake,hence ash tree lake.-----
ASHLYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Ashlyn meaning ash tree lake.-----
ASHTAROTHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ashtarowth meaning star. In the bible this is the name applied to FALSE goddesses in the Canaanite religion usually related to a fertility cult. It is also the name of a city in Bashan east of the Jordan given to Manasseh.-----
ASHTONEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from a place name meaning ash tree settlement.-----
ASIAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the continent possibly derived from Assyrian asu meaning east. Compare with another form of Asia.-----
ASPENEnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name meaning aspen tree, white poplar.-----
ASTAROTHEnglishVariant spelling of English Ashtaroth meaning star. In the bible this is the name applied to FALSE goddesses in the Canaanite religion usually related to a fertility cult. It is also the name of a city in Bashan east of the Jordan given to Manasseh.-----
ASTONEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from a place name meaning east settlement.-----
ASTRAEnglishEnglish name derived from Greek aster meaning star.-----
AUBREEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey meaning elf ruler.-----
AUBREYEnglishEnglish unisex form of Norman French Alberi meaning elf ruler.-----
AUBRIEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey meaning elf ruler.-----
AUDRAVariantEnglishspelling of English Audrey meaning noble strength. Compare with another form of Audra.-----
AUDREAEnglishVariant spelling of English Audrey meaning noble strength.-----
AUDREYEnglishModern English form of Anglo Saxon thelthryth meaning noble strength.-----
AUGUSTAFeminineEnglishform of English August meaning August the month . Compare with another form of Augusta.-----
AUNDRIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
AURAEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word aura meaning subtle emanation around living beings, from Latin aura meaning air, breeze, wind, from Greek aura meaning breath, breeze.-----
AUREOLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the word aureole a diminutive form of Latin aura air breeze wind hence little breeze or little wind.-----
AURORAEnglishLatin name meaning dawn. In Roman mythology this is the name of a goddess of morning. Equated with Greek Eos.-----
AUSTYNEnglishUnisex form of English Austin meaning venerable.-----
AUTUMNEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the season name from Latin autumnus thought to be of Etruscan origin. Harvest was the original English name for the season Autumn replaced it in the 16th century.-----
AVAEnglishVariant spelling of English Eve meaning alive living.-----
AVALINAEnglishVariant spelling of English Avaline meaning little Eve.-----
AVALINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Aveline meaning little Eve.-----
AVALONEnglishArthurian legend name of an island somewhere in the British Isles where the body of King Arthur is said to be buried having been brought there by his half sister Morgan le Fay and where he is supposed to one day return. The name means island of apples, from Celtic abal cf. Welsh afal Breton and Cornish aval apple .-----
AVALONAEnglishModern English elaborated form of Celtic Avalon meaning island of apples.-----
AVELINAEnglishLatin form of Norman French Aveline meaning little Eve.-----
AVELINEEnglishOld Norman French equivalent of English Avila meaning little Eve.-----
AVERYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Middle English personal name Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
AVICEEnglishVariant spelling of English Avis meaning bird.-----
AVILAEnglishMedieval diminutive form of English Ava meaning little Eve.-----
AVILONEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Avalon meaning island of apples.-----
AVISEnglishEnglishadopted use of German Avis refuge in war . But its popularity in the Middle Ages was due to its association with the Latin noun avis meaning bird.-----
AVITALEnglishVariant spelling of English Abital meaning my father is dew. In the bible this is the name of one of David s wives.-----
AYEESHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Arabic Aisha meaning alive.-----
AYNEnglishAccording to Ayn Rand this name is an adaptation of the Finnish name Aino meaning the only one.-----
AZALEAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the flower from the Greek word azaleos meaning dry.-----
AZUBAHEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Azuwbah meaning forsaken. In the bible this is the name of several characters including Caleb s wife and the mother of Jehoshaphat.-----
AZURAEnglishVariant spelling of English Azure meaning sky blue.-----
AZUREEnglishEnglish color name meaning sky blue.-----
BABEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BABEEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange. Compare with masculine Babe.-----
BABETTEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BABSEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BAILEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAILEYEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning bailiff.-----
BAILIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAILYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAMBIEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Italian word bambino meaning child.-----
BAMBIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bambi meaning child.-----
BARBEnglishEnglish short form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBARAEnglish Greek name derived from the feminine form of the word barbaros once used to refer to the unintelligible chatter of foreigners which sounded like bar bar to the Greeks hence foreign strange.-----
BARBARYEnglishMedieval English form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBRAEnglishEnglish contracted form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BASEMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BASHEMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BASMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling. In the bible this is the name of a wife of Esau and a daughter of Solomon.-----
BAYLEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BEAEnglishShort form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATIEEnglishPet form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATRICEItalianEnglishform of Latin Viatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATRIXEnglishEnglish form of Latin Viatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BECCAEnglishShort form of English Rebecca meaning ensnarer.-----
BECCIEnglishPet form of English Rebecca meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKAEnglishShort form of English Rebecka meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKAHEnglishShort form of English Rebeckah meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKYEnglishPet form of English Rebecka meaning ensnarer.-----
BEEEnglishPet form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEKKIEnglishVariant spelling of English Becky meaning ensnarer.-----
BELINDAEnglishPossibly a contracted form of Old High German Betlinde meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BELITAEnglishEnglish name composed of Latin bella beautiful and a diminutive suffix hence little beauty.-----
BELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Belle meaning beautiful.-----
BELLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the French vocabulary word for beautiful. It is often used in compound names sometimes in the abbreviated form NAME-----
BELLINDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Belinda meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BELPHOEBEEnglishEnglish literary name from Spencer s Faerie Queene compounded of the Latin bella beautiful and Phoebe shining one hence beautiful shining one.-----
BELYNDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Belinda meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BENEDICTAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Benedictus meaning blessed.-----
BENJAMINAEnglishFeminine form of English Benjamin meaning blessed.-----
BERENICEEnglishLatin form of Macedonian Greek Berenike meaning bringer of victory. In the bible this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa.-----
BERLINEnglishFrom the German city name of uncertain etymology possibly related to the Old Polabian stem berl meaning swamp.-----
BERNADETTEEnglishContracted form of French Bernardette meaning bold as a bear.-----
BERNADINEEnglishContracted form of French Bernardine meaning bold as a bear.-----
BERNICEEnglishLatin form of Greek Bernike meaning bringer of victory. In the bible this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa. This is the form used in the Authorized Version.-----
BERNIECEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Bernice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BERRYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply berry.Compare with masculine Berry.-----
BERTAEnglishCzech and Polish form of German Bertha meaning bright.-----
BERTHAEnglishOld German name derived from the word berht meaning bright.-----
BERTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of German Bertha meaning bright.Compare with masculine Bertie.-----
BERTREDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Beorhtraed meaning bright counsel.-----
BERYLEnglishEnglishgem name meaning beryl, from Greek beryllos a word applied to all green gemstones.-----
BESSEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BESSIEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BESSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bessie a pet form of Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETAEnglishEnglish name derived from the second letter of the Greek alphabet beta related to Hebrew bet meaning house.-----
BETHEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETHANIEEnglishEnglish form of Greek Bethania meaning house of dates or house of misery.-----
BETHANYEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Bethania meaning house of dates or house of misery. In the bible this is the name of a place near Jerusalem where Jesus stayed during the Holy Week.-----
BETHELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Beth El meaning house of God. In the bible this is the name of an ancient city of the Canaanites later of the Benjamites.-----
BETHNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bethany meaning house of dates or house of misery.-----
BETONYEnglishName of a plant of the mint family once popular in herbal medicine occasionally used as a forename. It is also called woundwort and lousewort. It is said to possibly derive from Celtic bew head and ton good, because it is good for complaints of the head. Pliny said that the original name of this plant was Vettonica from the Vettones an ancient Iberian tribe.-----
BETSYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTIEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTINAElaboratedEnglishform of English Betty meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Bettina.-----
BETTYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Betty meaning God is my oath.-----
BEULAHEnglish A derivative of Hebrew Ba al to marry to be lord master possessor meaning she who is married.In the bible this is an allegorical name for the land of Israel.-----
BEVERLYEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a place in Humberside composed of the Old English elements beofor beaver and leac stream, hence beaver stream. The masculine form of the name is spelled with an extra e Beverley.-----
BEVINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Beibhinn meaning fair lady.-----
BIBIEnglishFrom a French word used as a term of endearment meaning bauble, toy.-----
BIDDYPetEnglishform of English Bridget meaning exalted one. It was rarely used after it acquired the negative connotation old biddy.Compare with another form of Biddy.-----
BIJOUEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word bijou meaning jewel.-----
BILLIEEnglishFeminine form of English Billy meaning will helmet.-----
BINDYEnglishEnglish pet form of German Belinda possibly meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BITHIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Bithiah meaning daughter of God.-----
BITHIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bithyah meaning daughter of God. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Pharoah.-----
BLAIREnglishScottish unisex name derived from any of a number of places in Scotland called Blair derived from the Gaelic word blar meaning field, plain, most often referring to a battlefield.-----
BLANCHEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Blanche meaning white.-----
BLANDAEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin blanda meaning cherishing.-----
BLANIDEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat meaning little flower.-----
BLESSINGEnglishOld English name meaning consecration.-----
BLISSEnglishOld English unisex name derived from the word bliss meaning joy happiness.-----
BLONDIEEnglishEnglish byname transferred to forename use meaning blonde.-----
BLOSSOMEnglish19th century pet name derived from Old English blostm meaning flowers on a fruit tree or ornamental tree .-----
BLUEBELLEnglishAmerican flower name popular in the 19th century but rarely used today.-----
BLYTHEEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the word blioe meaning cheerful, happy.-----
BOBBIEnglishUnisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
BOBBIEEnglishPet form of English Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
BONDUCAEnglishEnglish variant form of Celtic Boudica meaning victory.-----
BONITAEnglishSpanish name meaning pretty.-----
BONNIEEnglishEnglish name derived from the Scottish word bonnie pretty.-----
BONNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bonnie meaning both good and pretty.-----
BRADYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Bradaigh meaning descendant of Bradach, hence large chested.-----
BRAIDYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brady meaning broad chested.-----
BRANDEEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the liquor popular in America in the 1970s and 80s.-----
BREANAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNEEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Breeda meaning exalted one.-----
BREEEnglishEnglish form of Irish Brigh meaning force, strength.-----
BREEDAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Brid meaning exalted one.-----
BRENDAOldEnglishIrish and Scottish name believed to be of Scandinavian origin from Old Norse brandr meaning sword.-----
BRENNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRETTEnglishEnglish unisex name meaning a Breton.-----
BRIANNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIAREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the plant name briar from Old English brer meaning prickly bush.-----
BRIDGETEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDGETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Bridget meaning exalted one.-----
BRIELLEEnglishEnglish short form of French Gabrielle meaning man of God or warrior of God.-----
BRIEREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Briar meaning briar plant.-----
BRIONYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bryony meaning to grow, sprout, swell.-----
BRITANNIAEnglishLatin name for the personification of the British Empire meaning Britain.-----
BRITNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning Little Britain.-----
BRITTEnglishPet form of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTAEnglishPet form of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTANIEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTANIAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Britannia meaning Britain.-----
BRITTANYEnglishIn the 4th century Romano British tribes from across the English Channel began to settle in a northwestern region of France. Their numbers increased as raiding and settling by Anglo Saxon invaders in Britain increased. The French named the region where the Briton immigrants settled Bretagne Brittany in English meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BROGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Brogain meaning descendant of Brogan, hence little shoe.-----
BRONTEEnglishAltered form of Irish Prunty a form of Gaelic Proinntigh meaning descendant of Proinnteach, a personal name that was originally a byname meaning banquet hall denoting a generous person . In Prunty s altered form Bronte the name is identical to the Sicilian place name and the name of a mythological horse of the Sun meaning thunder. But Prunty was probably purposely altered to Bronte by bearers of the name who admired Lord Nelson who was awarded the title of Duke of Bronte in 1799 by Ferdinand King of the Two Sicilies.-----
BROOKEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use from Old English broc meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brook meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKLYNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Brook brook, stream and Lyn lake.-----
BRYANAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYANNAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYANNEEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name a tendril climbing perennial herb plant. Some species are used medicinally. The name derives from Latin bryonia from Greek bryo meaning to grow, sprout, swell.-----
BUFFYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BUNNYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Berenice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BUNTYEnglishEnglish name probably derived from an old nursery rhyme about baby bunting.-----
BURGUNDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the wine name from the name of a place in France which got its name from Latin Burgundiones literally meaning highlanders. May also sometimes be given as a color name.-----
CACIAEnglishShort form of English Acacia meaning not evil.-----
CADENCEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin cadens to fall, hence flow of rhythm.-----
CADYEnglishVariant spelling of English Katie meaning pure.-----
CAELIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylie meaning slender.-----
CAETLINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin meaning pure.-----
CAILEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayleigh meaning slender.-----
CAILYNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Cailin meaning girl.-----
CAITLYNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin meaning pure.-----
CALANTHAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the heroine of John Ford s tragedy The Broken Heart, 1633 composed of the Greek elements kalos beautiful and anthos flower, hence beautiful flower.-----
CALANTHEEnglishVariant spelling of English Calantha meaning beautiful flower. This is the name of a genus of orchid flowers.-----
CALANTHIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Calantha meaning beautiful flower.-----
CALEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
CALIDAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Spanish word calida meaning hot.-----
CALLAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the Calla Lily from Greek kallaia meaning wattle of a cock, from kallos meaning beauty.-----
CALLIDORAEnglishEnglish name composed of the Greek elements kallos beauty and doron gift, hence gift of beauty.-----
CALLIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Callista meaning most beautiful.-----
CALTHAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name also known as the kingcup and marsh marigold derived from the Greek word calyx meaning cup, denoting the shape of the flowers when they open.-----
CAMELLIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin name of the flowering evergreen shrub camellia named after the Czech born missionary/botanist Georg Josef Kamel from the word kamel meaning camel.-----
CAMEOEnglishEnglish jewelry name derived from the Italian word cammeo from either Arabic qamaa il flower buds or Persian chumahan meaning agate.-----
CAMERONEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of the great Highland clans whose ancestor had an ungraceful proboscis composed of the Gaelic elements cam bent, crooked and sron nose, hence crooked nose.-----
CAMILLAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Camillus possibly meaning attendant for a temple . In mythology this is the name of a warrior maiden and queen of the Volsci.-----
CAMILLEEnglishFrench unisex form of Roman Latin Camilla possibly meaning attendant for a temple .-----
CAMMIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Roman Latin Camilla possibly meaning attendant for a temple .-----
CAMRYNEnglishEnglish feminine variant spelling of Scottish unisex Cameron meaning crooked nose.-----
CANDACEEnglishLatin form of Greek Kandake which is of foreign origin meaning prince of servants. In Acts 8 27 of the New Testament bible a queen of Ethiopia is referred to by this name. But it was not actually a personal name but the name of a dynasty of Ethiopian queens.-----
CANDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Candy meaning either candy the sweet or prince of servants.-----
CANDICEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Candace meaning prince of servants.-----
CANDIDAEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin candida meaning clear and white,like pure quartz rather than the whiteness of milk. George Bernard Shaw used this name for his 1895 play of the same name.-----
CANDISEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Candace meaning prince of servants.-----
CANDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning candy.-----
CANDYCEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Candace meaning prince of servants.-----
CAPRINAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the Italian island of Capri. The Latin name for Capri is Capre meaning goats. But the Greeks were the first to populate the island. Latin Capre may be a derivative of Greek kapros meaning wild boar.-----
CAPUCINEEnglishFrom the French flower name meaning nasturtium. This name was borne by the French actress who played Inspector Clouseau s wife in The Pink Panther.-----
CARAEnglishModern English name derived either from Italian cara a term of endearment meaning beloved, or from the Irish Gaelic word cara meaning friend.-----
CARAMIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Italian phrase cara mia meaning my beloved.-----
CAREENEnglishPossibly a diminutive form of English Cara hence beloved or friend.The name first appears in Margaret Mitchell s novel Gone With the Wind where it is the name of a sister of Scarlett.-----
CARENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish Karen meaning pure.-----
CAREYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cary meaning dark one.-----
CARIEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cary meaning dark one.-----
CARINEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish Karen meaning pure.-----
CARINAEnglish19th century English elaborated form of Latin cara meaning beloved.-----
CARINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Careen meaning beloved or friend.-----
CARISEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Charis meaning grace.-----
CARISSAEnglishVariant spelling of English Charissa meaning grace.-----
CARITAEnglishPet form of English Cara meaning beloved or friend.-----
CARLAEnglishFeminine form of German Carl meaning man.-----
CARLENEEnglishPet form of German Carla meaning man.-----
CARLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Carlie meaning man.-----
CARLIEEnglishEnglish pet form of German Carla meaning man.-----
CARLINEnglishIrish Gaelic unisex name meaning little champion.-----
CARLISAEnglishEnglish blend of German Carla man and English Lisa God is my oath.-----
CARLOTAEnglishVariant spelling of Italian Carlotta meaning man.-----
CARLOTTAEnglishPet form of Italian Carla meaning man.-----
CARLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Carlie meaning man.-----
CARLYNEnglishFeminine variant spelling of Irish Gaelic unisex Carlin meaning little champion.-----
CARMELEnglish Latin feminine form of Hebrew unisex Karmel meaning garden land. In the bible this is the name of a mountain in the Holy Land.-----
CARNATIONEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from French carnation meaning complexion, from Italian carnagione meaning flesh colored.-----
CAROLEnglishEnglish form of French Carole meaning man.Compare with masculine Carol.-----
CAROLINEEnglishPet form of French Carole meaning man.-----
CAROLYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Caroline meaning man.-----
CARONVariantEnglishspelling of English Caren meaning man. Compare with another form of Caron.-----
CARREENEnglishVariant spelling of English Careen possibly meaning beloved or friend.-----
CARRIEEnglishEnglish pet form of French Caroline meaning man.-----
CARRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Carrie meaning man.-----
CARYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ciardha descendant of Ciardha black dark hence dark one.-----
CARYLEnglishVariant spelling of English Carol meaning man.-----
CARYNEnglishEnglish form of Danish Karen meaning pure.-----
CASEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Cassie meaning she who entangles men. Compare with masculine Casey.-----
CASSEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Cassandra meaning she who entangles men.-----
CASSANDRAEnglishLatin form of Greek Kassandra meaning she who entangles men. In mythology this is the name of King Priam s daughter to whom Apollo gave the gift of foresight then later caused her prophecies to be ignored because she refused his advances.-----
CASSIAEnglishLatin form of Hebrew Qetsiyah meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
CASSIAHEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Cassia meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
CASSIDYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Gaelic surname Caiside descendant of Caiside,hence curly headed .-----
CASSIEEnglishPet form of English Cass meaning she who entangles men.-----
CATEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kate meaning pure.-----
CATELINEEnglishVariant form of Old French Caterine meaning pure.-----
CATHEnglishEnglish short form of French Catherine meaning pure.-----
CATHARINEEnglishVariant spelling of French Catherine meaning pure.-----
CATHERINEEnglishLater spelling of Old French Caterine meaning pure.-----
CATHLEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin meaning pure.-----
CATHRYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Catharine meaning pure.-----
CATHYEnglishEnglish pet form of French Catharine meaning pure.-----
CATRINAEnglishContracted form of English Catriona meaning pure.-----
CATRIONAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Catriona and Scottish Gaelic Catriona both meaning pure.-----
CAYLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
CAYLINEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylin meaning girl.-----
CEARAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara meaning little black one.-----
CEARRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Ceara meaning little black one.-----
CECELIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Cecilia meaning blind.-----
CECILIAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
CECILYEnglishMedieval form of English Cecilia meaning blind.-----
CEDAREnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name meaning simply cedar.-----
CELANDINEEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of a yellow wildflower from Greek chelidon meaning a swallow bird.-----
CELESTEEnglishEnglish form of French Celeste meaning heavenly.-----
CELESTINEEnglishEnglish form of French Celestine meaning heavenly.-----
CELIAContractedEnglishform of English English Cecilia meaning blind. Compare with another form of Celia.-----
CELINDAEnglishModern English name possibly a blend of Celandine bird and flower name and Linda from the Spanish word meaning pretty.-----
CELOSIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name sometimes called cockcombs or woolflowers from Greek kelos meaning burned.-----
CHALICEEnglishEnglish name derived from the word chalice from Latin calix meaning cup.-----
CHANCEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning chance.-----
CHANELEnglishModern English name derived from a Parisian fashion house founded by Coco Chanel whose surname meant pipe.-----
CHANELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Chanel meaning pipe.-----
CHANTALEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Chantal meaning stony place.-----
CHANTEEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word for sung.-----
CHANTELEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Chantal meaning stony place.-----
CHANTELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Chantel meaning stony place.-----
CHARISEnglishLatin form of Greek Kharis meaning charm, grace, kindness.In mythology this is the singular form of plural Kharites Charites a name for the goddesses of charm.-----
CHARISMAEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word charisma from Greek charis meaning charm, grace, kindness.-----
CHARISSAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Latin Charis meaning grace.-----
CHARITAEnglishVariant form of English Charity meaning dear.-----
CHARITYEnglishEnglishname derived from the vocabulary word charity from Latin caritas from carus meaning dear. It is one of the virtue names that were popular with the Puritans some others are Chastity Faith Honor Hope and Prudence.-----
CHARLAEnglishPet form of English Charlene meaning man.-----
CHARLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Charlene meaning man.-----
CHARLENEEnglishEnglish form of French Charline meaning man.-----
CHARLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Charlie meaning man.-----
CHARLIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Charles and Charlene meaning man.-----
CHARLOTTEEnglishFeminine form of French Charlot meaning man.-----
CHARMAINEEnglishEnglish name of Latin origin meaning sing.-----
CHARMIANEnglishEnglish name derived from Greek charma meaning delight.-----
CHASITYEnglishVariant spelling of English Chastity meaning purity.-----
CHASTITYEnglishEnglish name meaning purity.It is one of the virtue names that were popular with the Puritans some others are Charity Faith Honor Hope and Prudence.-----
CHELLEEnglishEnglish short form of French Michelle meaning who is like God-----
CHELSEAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of a district in London meaning landing place or landing port.-----
CHELSEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Chelsea meaning landing place or landing port.-----
CHELSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Chelsea meaning landing place or landing port.-----
CHEREnglishShort form of English Cheryl probably meaning darling beryl.-----
CHERETTEEnglishPet form of English Cherie meaning darling, and other names beginning with Cher .-----
CHERIEnglishVariant spelling of English Cherie meaning darling.-----
CHERICEEnglishVariant spelling of English Cherise meaning cherry.-----
CHERIEEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word cherie meaning darling.-----
CHERILYNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Cheri darling and Lyn lake, hence darling lake.-----
CHERISEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Cerise meaning cherry.-----
CHERISHEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word cherish meaning to cherish to hold dear.-----
CHEROKEEEnglishUnisex name derived from the English pronunciation of Tsa la gi a name that the Native American Cherokee people used to refer to themselves meaning principal people.-----
CHERRYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning cherry.-----
CHERYLEnglishThis English name first appeared in the 1920s and is probably a blend of Cherie darling and the gem name Beryl hence darling beryl.-----
CHEVONNEEnglishEnglish pronunciation of Irish Gaelic Siobhan meaning God is gracious.-----
CHEYANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cheyenne meaning little ahiya or little red talker.-----
CHEYENNEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the Native American people from Dakota Sioux ahiyena meaning little ahiya or little red talker.-----
CHINAEnglishEnglish name derived from the country name which probably got its name from the Qin dynasty. The Chinese people call their country Zhongguo which translates to middle kingdom. Compare with another form of China.-----
CHITAMiddleEnglishEnglish name meaning kitten. Compare with other forms of Chita.-----
CHLOELatinEnglishform of Greek Chloe meaning green shoot. In mythology this is a surname of the goddess Demeter. In the New Testament bible this name is mentioned by Paul in 1 Corinthians 1 11-----
CHLORISEnglishLatin form of Greek Khloris meaning green buds. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of flowers and vegetation.-----
CHONSIEEnglishFeminine form of English Chauncey meaning good fortune.-----
CHRISEnglishEnglish unisex short form of longer names beginning with Chris .-----
CHRISSIEEnglishEnglish pet form of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Chrissie meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTAEnglishContracted form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTABELEnglishVariant spelling of English Christabelle meaning believer or follower of Christ and Belle beautiful.-----
CHRISTABELLAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of French Christine believer or follower of Christ and Latin Bella beautiful.-----
CHRISTABELLEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of French Christine believer or follower of Christ and French Belle beautiful.-----
CHRISTALEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
CHRISTELEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
CHRISTELLEEnglishPet form of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Kristen meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIEnglishVariant spelling of English Christie meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIANAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Christianus meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIANNEFeminineEnglishform of English Christian meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTINEnglishEnglish abbreviated form of French Christine or Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTINAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Christiana meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTINEEnglishFrench from of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTOBELEnglishVariant spelling of English Christabel meaning believer or follower of Christ and beautiful.-----
CHRISTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Christie meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with masculine Christy.-----
CHRYSANTAEnglishLatin form of Greek Chrysanthe meaning golden flower.-----
CHRYSSAEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Chrysanta meaning golden flower.-----
CHRYSTALEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
CHYNAEnglishVariant spelling of English China derived from the country name which probably got its name from the Qin dynasty. The Chinese people call their country Zhongguo which translates to middle kingdom.-----
CICELYEnglishVariant spelling of English Cecily meaning blind.-----
CIELEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word for sky.-----
CIERAEnglishVariant spelling of English Sierra meaning mountain range.-----
CIERRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Sierra meaning mountain range.-----
CILLAEnglishPet form of English Cecilia meaning blind.-----
CIMONEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Simone meaning hearkening.-----
CINDERELLAEnglishEnglish form of French Cendrillon meaning little ashes.-----
CINDRAEnglishModern English name probably a blend of Cindy woman from Kynthos and Sandra defender of mankind.-----
CINDYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Cynthia meaning woman from Kynthos.-----
CISEnglishShort form of English Cissy meaning blind.-----
CISSEnglishShort form of English Cissy meaning blind.-----
CISSYEnglishPet form of English Cecilia meaning blind.-----
CLAIREnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Claire meaning clear, bright.-----
CLAIREEnglishFrench form of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.-----
CLAIRENEEnglishPet form of French Claire meaning clear, bright.-----
CLARAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Clarus meaning clear, bright. In use by the English and Italians.-----
CLARABELLAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Clara clear, bright and Bella beautiful, hence bright beauty.-----
CLARABELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Clarabella meaning bright beauty.-----
CLARAMAEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Clara clear bright, and English Mae pearl or obstinate, rebellious.-----
CLARAMAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Claramae meaning bright pearl or bright rebel.-----
CLAREEnglishEnglishform of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.Compare with masculine Clare.-----
CLARETTAEnglishPet form of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.-----
CLARETTEEnglishPet form of English Clare meaning clear, bright.-----
CLARIBELEnglishVariant spelling of English Clarabelle meaning bright and beautiful.-----
CLARICEEnglishMedieval French form of Latin Clarissa meaning fame.-----
CLARISSAEnglishDiminutive form of Latin Clara meaning fame.-----
CLARITYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word clarity from Latin clarus meaning clear.-----
CLAUDETTEEnglishDiminutive form of French Claudia meaning little lame one.-----
CLAUDIAEnglishFeminine form of French Claude meaning lame.-----
CLAUDIEEnglishPet form of French Claudia meaning lame.-----
CLAUDINEEnglishDiminutive form of French Claudia meaning little lame one.-----
CLEMATISEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the flowering vine clematis from Greek klema meaning branch or brushwood.-----
CLEMENCYEnglishFeminine form of Latin Clement meaning gentle and merciful.-----
CLEMENTINEEnglishFrench form of Latin Clementina meaning of Clementius.-----
CLEOEnglishShort form of Latin Cleopatra meaning glory of the father.-----
CLEOPATRAEnglishLatin form of Greek Kleopatra meaning glory of the father. Cleopatra VII reigned as Queen of Egypt from 51 30 B.C. She was born in 69 B.C. in Alexandria Egypt and is believed to have been black African.-----
CLOVEREnglishOld English flower name meaning simply clover.-----
COCOEnglishOriginally from the Italian occupational name for a cook, it is now in continental use as a pet form of longer names beginning with Co .-----
CODIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cody meaning helper.-----
CODYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy also spelled Cuddy an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cuidighthigh descendant of Cuidightheach, hence helper.-----
COLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
COLENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
COLENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
COLETTEEnglishShort form of French Nicolette meaning victor of the people.-----
COLINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
COLLEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cailin meaning girl.-----
COLLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
COLUMBINEEnglishEnglishname derived from the plant name columbine from Late Latin columbina meaning verbina or dovelike, so called because when inverted the flower resembles a cluster of doves. Compare with another form of Columbine.-----
COMFORTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning to comfort, help, strengthen.-----
CONCORDIAEnglishLatin name meaning harmony peace with one heart. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of peace. Her Greek name is Harmonia.-----
CONNIEEnglishPet form of English/French Constance meaning steadfast.-----
CONRADINEEnglishFeminine form of German Conrad meaning bold counsel.-----
CONSTANCEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Constantia meaning steadfast.-----
CORAEnglishLatin form of Greek Kore meaning maiden. In mythology this is a name borne by Persephone a goddess of the underworld.-----
CORALEnglishEnglish name derived from the gem name from Latin corallium probably ultimately from Hebrew goral meaning small pebble.-----
CORALIEEnglishPet form of English Coral meaning coral or small pebble.-----
CORDELIAEnglishEnglish name which may be an elaborated form of the Latin word cor meaning heart. This is the name of a legendary queen of the Britons. It is also the name of a moon of Uranus and an asteroid both of which were named after a Shakespeare character who also bore this name.-----
CORIANDEREnglishEnglish name derived from the spice name coriander also commonly called Cilantro from Latin coriandrum from Greek corys bedbug with the added element NAME resembling referring to the smell of the spice which is similar to the odor of bedbugs hence smells like a bedbug.-----
CORLISSEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a byname derived from Old English carleas composed of the elements caru care grief and leas without, hence carefree.-----
CORNELIAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Cornelius meaning of a horn.-----
CORONAEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word Latin corona meaning crown, garland, wreath. The outer atmosphere of a star is called a corona.-----
CORRINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Corinna meaning maiden.-----
CORRINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Corinne meaning maiden.-----
CORTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Courtney meaning short nose.-----
CORYNNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Corinne meaning maiden.-----
COURTNEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the French baronial name Courtenay from the nickname court nez meaning short nose.-----
CRESSIDAEnglishFrom the English literary name found in various retellings of the Trojan War based on the Greek name Khryseis from khrysos meaning gold.-----
CRISTALEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
CRISTENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Scandinavian Kristin meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CRISTINAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CRYSTALEnglishEnglish name derived from the gem name from Greek krystallos meaning ice.-----
CYANEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Greek kyanos meaning dark blue and lapis lazuli. The color cyan is also sometimes called blue green electric blue and turquoise.-----
CYBILLEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Sybil meaning prophetess.-----
CYMONEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Simone meaning hearkening.-----
CYNDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Cindy meaning woman from Kynthos.-----
CYNTHIAEnglishLatin form of Greek Kynthia meaning woman from Kynthos. In mythology this was another name for Artemis.-----
CYRILLAEnglishFeminine form of English Cyril meaning lord.-----
DACEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Deiseach which was originally a name for a member of the Deise a tenant, a vassal, a word tracing back to Indo European *dem s house .-----
DAFFODILEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Latin asphodelus from Greek asphodelos meaning asphodel flower. In Greek mythology it is described as a pale yellow deathless kind of lily flower that overspreads the plains of Hades and is the favorite food of the dead.-----
DAHLIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from the surname of Swedish botanist Anders Dahl meaning valley, hence dahlia flower or valley flower.-----
DAISYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Old English dgeseage day s eye.-----
DAKOTAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name that the Sioux people call themselves literally meaning allies.-----
DALEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning dale, valley.-----
DALIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Dahlia meaning dahlia flower or valley flower.-----
DALILAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Delilah meaning delicate, weak.-----
DALINDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Delinda meaning noble serpent.-----
DARINAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dairine meaning fertile, fruitful.-----
DALLASEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Scottish place name Dalfhas composed of the Gaelic elements dail meadow and fhas stance, hence meadow stance, i.e. a meadow used by cattle droves as an overnight dwelling.-----
DALYAEnglishVariant spelling of English Dahlia meaning dahlia flower.-----
DAMIAEnglishFeminine form of English Damian meaning to tame, to subdue and euphemistically to kill.-----
DAMIANAEnglishFeminine form of English Damian meaning to tame, to subdue and euphemistically to kill.-----
DANAEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use possibly meaning from Denmark. Compare with other forms of Dana.-----
DANDRANEEnglishEnglish form of Welsh Danbrann the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival sometimes known as the Grail heroine. She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.-----
DANDRENOREnglishLater form of English Dandrane the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival sometimes known as the Grail heroine. She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.-----
DANIEnglishEnglish pet form of French Danielle meaning God is my judge.-----
DANIELLEEnglishFrench feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel meaning God is my judge.-----
DANNIEnglishEnglish pet form of French Danielle meaning God is my judge. Compare with masculine Danni.-----
DAPHNEEnglish Greek name meaning laurel. In mythology this is the name of a nymph who was turned into a laurel tree by her father so that she might escape Apollo s unwanted attentions.-----
DARAMiddleEnglishEnglish name meaning brave, daring. Compare with another form of Dara.-----
DARBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use possibly a corruption of Derby a shire of England so called from doire meaning a forest abounding in deer.-----
DARCEYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Darcy meaning from Arcy.-----
DARCIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darcy meaning from Arcy.-----
DARCYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning from Arcy.-----
DARIANEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius meaning possesses a lot, wealthy.-----
DARIENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darian meaning possesses a lot, wealthy.-----
DARINAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dairine meaning fertile, fruitful.-----
DARLAEnglishMiddle English name meaning dear, darling.-----
DARLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Darlene meaning darling.-----
DARLENEPetEnglishform of English Darla meaning dear, darling.-----
DARNELLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements derne hidden, secret and halh nook, hence hidden/secret nook.-----
DARRYLEnglishUnisex form of English Darrell meaning from Airelle.-----
DARYLEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darryl meaning from Airelle.-----
DAVIDAEnglish Feminine form of Hebrew David meaning beloved.-----
DAVINAFeminineEnglishform of English Davin meaning little black one. Compare with another form of Davina.-----
DAVINIAEnglishElaborated form of Latin Davina meaning beloved.-----
DAWNEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning dawn.-----
DAYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning day.-----
DAYNAEnglishVariant spelling of Hebrew Dana possibly meaning judge.-----
DEANAEnglishFeminine form of English Dean meaning dean, head, leader.-----
DEANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Deana meaning dean, head, leader.-----
DEANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dinah meaning judgment.-----
DEBEnglishShort form of English Deborah meaning bee.-----
DEBBIEnglishVariant spelling of English Debbie meaning bee.-----
DEBBIEEnglishPet form of English Deborah meaning bee.-----
DEBBYEnglishVariant spelling of English Debbie meaning bee.-----
DEBIEnglishPet form of English Deborah meaning bee.-----
DEBORAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Debowrah meaning bee. In the bible this is the name of the nurse of Rebecca and the prophetess judge and wife of Lapidoth.-----
DEBRAEnglishContracted form of English Deborah meaning bee.-----
DEBSEnglishPet form of English Deborah meaning bee.-----
DECIMAEnglishLatin name meaning tenth. In Roman mythology the Decima are equated with the Greek Moirae.-----
DEEEnglishEnglish unisex short form of longer names beginning with the letter D. In some cases it may be of Scottish origin associated with the River Dee possibly meaning dark water.-----
DEEANNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Dee having various meanings and Ann favor grace.-----
DEENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Deana meaning dean, head, leader.-----
DEIRDREEnglishCeltic legend name of a tragic heroine who committed suicide after the murder of her lover. She is sometimes referred to as Deirdre of the Sorrows. The name is of uncertain derivation. Some sources give the meaning young girl.-----
DEJAEnglishEnglish name derived from the French phrase deja vu already seen, hence already.-----
DELEnglishPet form of English Adela meaning noble. Also used as a short form of other longer names beginning with Del .-----
DELANEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Dubhshlaine descendant of Dubhshlaine, hence black challenger.-----
DELIAEnglish Greek name meaning of Delos. In mythology this is a name borne by Artemis referring to her place of birth.-----
DELICEEnglishVariant spelling of English Delicia meaning delight.-----
DELICIAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Latin Delicius meaning delight.-----
DELIGHTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin delectare meaning to allure, delight.-----
DELILAEnglishVariant spelling of English Delilah meaning delicate, weak.-----
DELILAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Deliylah meaning delicate, weak. In the bible this is the name of the mistress of Samson.-----
DELINDAEnglishEnglish name derived from German Adelinda meaning noble serpent.-----
DELLAEnglishFeminine form of English Dell meaning lives in a dell/hollow.-----
DELLMAEnglishVariant spelling of English Delma possibly meaning hospitable.-----
DELMAEnglishShort form of English Fidelma possibly meaning hospitable.-----
DELORAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Dolores meaning sorrows.-----
DELORESEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Dolores meaning sorrows.-----
DELORISEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Dolores meaning sorrows.-----
DELPHIAEnglishEnglish name derived from Philadelphia the name of a city in the state of Pennsylvania and a city in Asia Minor composed of the Greek elements phileo to love and adelphos born of the same womb, hence sibling.-----
DELPHINAEnglishLatin name meaning woman from Delphi, a city in Greece whose name probably means dolphin.-----
DELPHINEEnglishFrench form of Latin Delphina meaning woman from Delphi. Because of its association with the delphinium, this name is sometimes given as a flower name.-----
DELTAEnglishEnglish name derived from the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet.-----
DEMETRIAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Demetrius meaning loves the earth or follower of Demeter.-----
DEMIEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Demetria meaning loves the earth or follower of Demeter.-----
DENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Deana meaning dean, head, leader.-----
DENIEnglishPet form of French Denise meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENICEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Denise meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENIECEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Denise meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENISAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Denise meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENISEEnglishFeminine form French Denis meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DERBYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darby meaning deer farm.-----
DERRYLEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darryl meaning from Airelle.-----
DERVILAEnglishVariant spelling of English Dervla meaning true poet.-----
DERVLAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dearbhla meaning true poet.-----
DESDEMONAEnglishLiterary name derived from the Greek word dysdaimon meaning ill starred.-----
DESIRAEEnglishEnglish form of French Desiree meaning desired.-----
DESPINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Despoena meaning mistress.-----
DESTINEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Destiny meaning fate, fortune.-----
DESTINYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin destinare to establish, make firm, hence fate, fortune.-----
DEVANEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Devon meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEVENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Devon meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEVNETEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait meaning little fawn.-----
DEVONEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the county name from a British tribal name meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEZIREEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Desiree meaning desired.-----
DIEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Diana and French Diane meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DIAMANDAEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Diamond meaning diamond.-----
DIAMONDEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning diamond for girls and bright protector for boys. This is the birthstone for the month of April.-----
DIANAEnglishLatin name meaning divine, heavenly. In Roman mythology this is the name of a goddess of the moon and hunting.-----
DIANEEnglishFrench form of Latin Diana meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DIANNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Diane meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DIANNAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Diana meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DIANNEEnglishVariant spelling of French Diane meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DIDIEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Diana meaning divine, heavenly.Compare with masculine Didi.-----
DIDOEnglish Greek name meaning wanderer. In mythology this is the name of the founder and first queen of Carthage. She fell in love with Aeneas and set herself on fire when he left her.-----
DINAVariantEnglishspelling of English Dinah meaning judgment. Compare with another form of Dina.-----
DINAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Diynah meaning judgment. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Jacob.-----
DINDRAINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dindrane the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival sometimes known as the Grail heroine. She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.-----
DINDRANEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dandrane the Arthurian legend name of the sister of Percival sometimes known as the Grail heroine. She is a major character in many of the Holy Grail stories.-----
DIOTEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Dionysia meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DIVINAEnglishEnglish name based on the vocabulary word divine meaning goddess like or from heaven.-----
DIXEnglishShort form of English Dixie possibly meaning tenth.-----
DIXEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dixie meaning tenth.-----
DIXIEEnglishThe origin of the American southern Dixie is uncertain however Louisiana dollars had the French word dix printed on them meaning tenth, and this may have been what inspired the song about the land of dixies, and later the name itself.-----
DIXYEnglishVariant spelling of English Dixie meaning tenth.-----
DLILAEnglishVariant spelling of English Delila meaning delicate, weak.-----
DODIPetEnglishform of English Dorothy meaning gift of God. Compare with another form of Dodi.-----
DODIEPetEnglishform of English Dorothy meaning gift of God. Compare with another form of Dodie.-----
DOLANNAEnglishVariant form of English Donalda meaning world ruler.-----
DOLENAEnglishVariant form of English Donalda meaning world ruler.-----
DOLINAEnglishVariant form of English Donalda meaning world ruler.-----
DOLLEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dolly meaning gift of God.-----
DOLLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Dolly meaning gift of God.-----
DOLLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dolly meaning gift of God.-----
DOLLYEnglishPet form of English Dorothy meaning gift of God.-----
DOLORESEnglishSpanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary Maria de los Dolores Mary of Sorrows hence sorrows.-----
DOMINICAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Dominicus meaning belongs to the lord. This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday.-----
DOMINIQUEEnglishFrench unisex form of Latin Dominicus meaning belongs to the lord.-----
DONALDAEnglishFeminine form of English Donald meaning world ruler.-----
DONALDINAEnglishElaborated form of English Donalda meaning world ruler.-----
DONELLAEnglishVariant form of English Donalda meaning world ruler.-----
DONELLEEnglishFeminine form of Irish Anglicized Donal meaning world ruler.-----
DONNAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Italian word donna meaning lady.-----
DORAPetEnglishform of English Dorothy meaning gift of God. Compare with another form of Dora.-----
DORCIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Italian place name Val d Orcia or Valdorcia of Tuscany meaning valley or life or nature , hence life, nature.-----
DOREANEnglishVariant spelling of English Doreen meaning gift.-----
DOREENEnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Doireann meaning sullen.-----
DORETTAEnglishDiminutive form of English Dora meaning little gift.-----
DORIANEEnglishFrench feminine form of English Dorian meaning of the Dorian tribe.-----
DORINDAEnglish18th century elaborated form of English Dora meaning gift.-----
DORINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Doreen meaning gift.-----
DORISEnglish Greek name meaning bounty and unmixed, pure. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of the sea consort of Nereus and mother of the Nereids sea nymphs .-----
DOROTHEAEnglishFeminine form of Greek Dorotheos meaning gift of God.-----
DOROTHYEnglishEnglish form of Latin Dorothea meaning gift of God.-----
DORRISEnglishVariant spelling of Greek Doris meaning bounty and unmixed, pure.-----
DORTHYEnglishVariant spelling of English Dorothy meaning gift of God.-----
DORYEnglishPet form of English Dora meaning gift.-----
DOTEnglishPet form of English Dorothy meaning gift of God.-----
DOTTIEEnglishPet form of English Dorothy meaning gift of God.-----
DOTTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Dottie meaning gift of God.-----
DREDAEnglishShort form of Middle English Eldreda meaning old advisor.-----
DREWEnglishFeminine adopted use of masculine English Drew meaning man warrior.-----
DRUSILLAEnglishFeminine diminutive form of Roman Latin Drusus possibly meaning oak strong.-----
DUANAEnglishFeminine form of English Duane meaning little black one.-----
DULCIBELLAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Dulcie sweet and the Italian word Bella beautiful, hence sweet beauty.-----
DULCIEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Dulcia meaning sweet.-----
DYANEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Dianne meaning divine, heavenly.-----
DYMPHNAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait meaning little fawn.-----
DYMPNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Dymphna meaning little fawn.-----
EARLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Earline meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
EARLENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Earline meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
EARLINEEnglishFeminine form of English Earl meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
EARNESTINEEnglishFeminine form of English Earnest meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
EARTHAEnglishOld English name meaning earth, ground.-----
EASTEREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the holiday name Easter, which is related to Old English Eosturmona/Eastermona meaning April.-----
EAVANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoibheann meaning beautiful, fair form.-----
EBONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word ebony derived from Latin ebenus from Greek ebenos ebony tree, from ancient Egyptian hbny from Hebrew eben stone, so called because of its hard wood.-----
ECHOEnglishLatin form of Greek Ekho meaning echo, re sound. In mythology this is the name of an Oread mountain nymph who was cursed by Hera with the voice of the echo as punishment for distracting her with constant chatter.-----
EDAEnglishMedieval pet form of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDAINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic tain meaning face or perhaps against or opposite.-----
EDANAEnglishFeminine form of English Edan meaning little fire.-----
EDDAVariantEnglishspelling of English Eda meaning rich battle. Compare with another form of Edda.-----
EDENEnglish Hebrew unisex name meaning delight or place of pleasure. In the bible this is the name of the garden in which Adam and Eve lived.-----
EDIEEnglishPet form of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDINAEnglishContracted form of English Edwina meaning rich friend.-----
EDITEnglishHungarian form of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDITHEnglishModern English form of Anglo Saxon Eadgyo meaning rich battle.-----
EDITHEEnglishVariant spelling of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDNAEnglish Hebrew 1. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
EDNAHEnglishVariant spelling of Hebrew Edna meaning delight, pleasure, rejuvenation.-----
EDWEENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Edwina meaning rich friend.-----
EDWENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Edwina meaning rich friend.-----
EDWINAEnglishFeminine form of English Edwin meaning rich friend.-----
EDWYNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Edwina meaning rich friend.-----
EDYTAEnglishPolish form of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDYTHEnglishVariant spelling of English Edith meaning rich battle.-----
EDYTHAEnglishElaborated form of English Edyth meaning rich battle.-----
EDYTHEEnglishElaborated form of English Edyth meaning rich battle.-----
EFFIEnglishVariant spelling of English Effie meaning Well I speak.-----
EFFIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Euphemia meaning Well I speak.-----
EGLANTINEEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin name for the sweetbrier rose, from aculeus meaning spine, prickle.-----
EILEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eilin meaning beauty, radiance.-----
EIREENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Eirene meaning peace.-----
EIRENEEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Eirene meaning peace.-----
ELAINEEnglishOld French form of Greek Helene possibly meaning torch. In Malory s Morte D Arthur Death of Arthur this is the name of the tragic figure who dies of grief because Sir Lancelot is unable to return her love.-----
ELANOREnglishFrom the name of a Tolkien character meaning star sun.-----
ELAYNEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Elaine possibly meaning torch.-----
ELBAEnglishEnglish name borrowed from the name of an Italian island where Napoleon was exiled derived from Latin Ilva from Greek Aethale meaning soot, grime.-----
ELDREDAEnglishFeminine form of Middle English Eldred meaning old advisor.-----
ELEAEnglishShort form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELEANOREnglishEnglish form of French Eleonore meaning foreign the other.-----
ELENORAEnglishVariant spelling of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELEONOREnglishVariant spelling of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELFAEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elva meaning elf friend.-----
ELFLEDAEnglishMedieval English form of Anglo Saxon thelfld meaning noble beauty.-----
ELFREDAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon lfryo meaning elfin strength.-----
ELFRIDAEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elfreda meaning elfin strength.-----
ELFRIEDAEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elfreda meaning elfin strength.-----
ELIANEEnglishEnglishform of French liane meaning sun. Compare with another form of Eliane.-----
ELINOREnglishVariant spelling of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELISABETHAnglicizedEnglishform of Greek Elisabet Hebrew Eliysheba meaning God is my oath. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of the wife of Aaron.In the New Testament it is the name of the mother of John the Baptist.Compare with another form of Elisabeth.-----
ELIZAEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELIZABETHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.-----
ELLAEnglishPet form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other. Compare with masculine Ella.-----
ELLENEnglishOriginally a variant spelling of English Helen possibly meaning torch. Now considered an independent name.-----
ELLENOREnglishVariant spelling of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELLERYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Hillary meaning joyful happy.-----
ELLIEEnglishPet form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Ellie meaning foreign the other.-----
ELMIRAEnglishContracted form of Spanish Edelmira meaning nobly famous. In use by the English as is its variant Almira.-----
ELOISEEnglishEnglish form of French loise meaning hale wide very healthy and sound.-----
ELOUISEEnglishVariant spelling of English Eloise meaning hale wide very healthy and sound.-----
ELVAEnglishPet form of Middle English Elvina meaning elf friend.-----
ELVINAEnglishFeminine form of Middle English Elvin meaning elf friend.-----
ELYSEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Elise meaning God is my oath.-----
ELYSIAEnglish From Greek Pedion Elysion the name of the heavenly fields of Elysia a section of the Underworld mentioned in Greek mythology. The mythological place name may have evolved from the designation of a place or person struck by lightning enelysion enelysios if so the name means lightning struck.-----
ELYZABETHEnglishVariant spelling of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
EMEnglishEnglish short form of longer names beginning with the element Em .-----
EMELIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Amelia meaning work.-----
EMELIEEnglishSwedish form of English Emily meaning rival.-----
EMELINEEnglishFeminine form of French mile meaning rival.-----
EMELYEnglishVariant spelling of English Emily meaning rival.-----
EMERALDEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the precious green gemstone the birthstone of May from Greek smaragdos meaning green gem. The emerald was once believed to have the power to protect chastity ward off evil spirits cure dysentery epilepsy and help poor eyesight.-----
EMILEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Emily meaning rival.-----
EMILINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Emeline meaning work.-----
EMILYEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Emilia meaning rival.-----
EMMAEnglishOld Norman French name of Germanic origin derived from the element ermen/irmen meaning entire, whole.-----
EMMIEEnglishPet form of Norman French Emma meaning entire, whole.-----
EMMYEnglishVariant spelling of Norman French Emmie meaning entire, whole.-----
EMYLYNNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Emmeline meaning work.-----
ENAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
ENOLAEnglishEnglish name of the B 29 bomber that dropped the atomic bomb Little Boy, on Hiroshima on August 6 1945 The pilot Colonel Paul W. Tibbets Jr. named the aircraft after his mother Enola Gay Tibbets who in turn had been named after the heroine of a novel it is the reverse spelling of the word alone. -----
ENYAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
EOWYNEnglishOld English Tolkien invented name meaning horse friend.-----
EPHAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Eyphah meaning darkness or gloomy. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Midian and one of Caleb s concubines.-----
EPIPHANYEnglishEnglish religious name meaning simply epiphany.-----
EPONAEnglishCeltic name composed of the Gaulish elements epos horse and epa mare, hence horse mare.In mythology this is the name of a goddess of horses and fertility.-----
EPPIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Euphemia meaning Well I speak.-----
ERICAEnglishFeminine form of English Eric meaning ever ruler.-----
ERICKAEnglishVariant spelling of English Erica meaning ever ruler.-----
ERINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic irinn meaning Ireland.-----
ERMAEnglishVariant spelling of German Irma meaning entire, whole.-----
ERNESTINEEnglishFeminine form of English Ernest meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
ERYKAHEnglishModern variant spelling of English Erica meaning ever ruler.-----
ERYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Erin meaning Ireland.-----
ERYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Erin meaning Ireland.-----
ESSAEnglishEnglishpet form of Persian Esther meaning star. Compare with masculine Essa.-----
ESSENCEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin essentia meaning essence being.-----
ESSIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Persian Esther meaning star.-----
ESTAEnglishEnglish pet form of Persian Esther meaning star.-----
ESTELLEEnglishFrench form of Latin Estella meaning star.-----
ESTHEREnglishPersian name derived from sitareh meaning star. In the bible this is the Persian name given to the Jewish virgin Hadassah the central character in the Book of Esther.-----
ETHELEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon thel a short form of longer names containing the element oel meaning noble.-----
ETHELDREDAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon oelryo meaning noble strength.-----
ETHELFLEDAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon thelfld meaning noble beauty.-----
ETHELINDAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon thelinda meaning noble serpent.-----
ETHNAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
ETNAVariantEnglishspelling of English Ethna meaning kernel. Compare with another form of Etna.-----
ETTAEnglishShort form of longer Latin names that end with the diminutive suffix NAME meaning little.-----
ETTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Persian Esther meaning star. Also used as a pet form of longer names ending with the diminutive suffixes NAME and NAME meaning little.-----
EUGENIAEnglishEnglish form of Greek Eugeneia meaning well born.-----
EUNAEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic na possibly meaning famine, hunger.-----
EUNICEEnglishLatin form of Greek Eunike meaning good victory. In the New Testament bible this is the name of Timothy s mother.-----
EUSTACIAFeminineEnglishform of English Eustace meaning fruitful. Compare with another form of Eustacia.-----
EVAEnglish Greek 1. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoife probably meaning beauty.-----
EVALYNEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Evelyn meaning little Eve.-----
EVANGELINEEnglishEnglish literary name composed of the Greek elements eu good, well and angeles angel, messenger, and the French diminutive suffix NAME hence good little angel.It is a feminine form of Latin Evangelus.-----
EVEEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Eva Latin Heva Hebrew Chavvah meaning life. In the bible this is the name of the first woman Adam s wife.-----
EVELIAEnglishElaborated form of English Eve meaning life.-----
EVELYNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic ibhleann meaning beauty, radiance.-----
EVELYNEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Evelyn meaning little Eve.-----
EVERETTEEnglishFeminine form of English Everett meaning strong as a boar.-----
EVERILDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eoforhild meaning boar battle.-----
EVETTEEnglishVariant spelling of French Yvette meaning yew tree.-----
EVIEEnglishPet form of English Eve meaning life.-----
EVONNEEnglishVariant spelling of French Yvonne meaning yew tree.-----
FAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Fay meaning fairy.-----
FAIRUZAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Persian word firouzeh meaning turquoise.-----
FAITHEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word faith. It is one of the Puritan virtue names some others are Charity Chastity Honor Hope and Prudence.-----
FAITHEEnglishVariant spelling of English Faith meaning faith.-----
FANCYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word fancy which is a contracted form of fantasy meaning desire, inclination, whim.-----
FANNIEnglishVariant spelling of English Fanny meaning French.-----
FANNYEnglishPet form of English Frances meaning French.-----
FARAHEnglish Arabic name meaning joy.-----
FARLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements fearn fern and leah clearing, meadow, hence fern meadow.-----
FARRAHEnglishVariant spelling of Arabic Farah meaning joy.-----
FAUNAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Faunus meaning to favor. This is an alternate name for several mythological characters including Marica Ops and Terra.-----
FAWNEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word fawn meaning baby deer.-----
FAWNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Fawn meaning baby deer.-----
FAYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word fay from Old English faie meaning fairy. This name was in use in the 19th century when an interest in medieval times and Arthurian legends brought about mostly by Tennyson s Idylls of the King led to the use of such names as Fay and Morgan Percival and Tristan.-----
FAYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Fay meaning fairy.-----
FEDELMAEnglishVariant spelling of English Fidelma meaning hospitable.-----
FELICEEnglishFrench form of Latin Felicia meaning happy or lucky. Compare with masculine Felice.-----
FELICIAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FELICITYEnglishEnglish form of French Felicie meaning happy or lucky.-----
FELINAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin word felinus meaning cat like.-----
FELISEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Felice meaning happy or lucky.-----
FELISHAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Felicia meaning happy or lucky.-----
FENELLAEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FERNEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word fern from Old English fearn meaning fern, a type of leafy plant. The name was first used in the 19th century when flower plant or other dainty names were popular.-----
FERNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Fern meaning fern.-----
FIDELMAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhelm possibly meaning hospitable.-----
FINELLAEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FINOLAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FINUALAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FIONAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiona meaning vine.-----
FIONOLAEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FLICKEnglishPet form of English Felicity meaning happy or lucky.-----
FLICKAEnglishPet form of English Felicity meaning happy or lucky.-----
FLOEnglishShort form of English/French Florence blossoming and Latin Flora flower.-----
FLOELLAEnglishModern English compound name composed of Flo blossoming/flower and Ella foreign the other.-----
FLOREnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Fleur or perhaps just a short form of Latin Flora both meaning flower.-----
FLORARomanEnglishLatin name meaning flower. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of flowers and spring. Compare with another form of Flora.-----
FLOREEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Roman Latin Flora meaning flower.-----
FLORENCEEnglishEnglish and French feminine form of Latin Florentius meaning blossoming. Compare with masculine Florence.-----
FLORETTEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Fleurette meaning little flower.-----
FLORIEnglishVariant spelling of English Florrie meaning flower.-----
FLORINDAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Roman Latin Flora meaning flower.-----
FLORRIEEnglishEnglishpet form of English/French Florence meaning blossoming.-----
FLORRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Florrie meaning blossoming. Compare with masculine Florry.-----
FLOSSIEEnglishEnglish pet form of English/French Florence meaning blossoming.-----
FLOWEREnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word flower, from Proto Indo European *bhlo meaning to blossom, flourish.-----
FLURRYEnglishEnglishunisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning snow squall.-----
FORTUNEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin fortuna meaning fortune, luck.-----
FRANEnglishShort form of English Frances meaning French.-----
FRANCENEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Francine meaning French.-----
FRANCESEnglishFeminine form of English Francis meaning French.-----
FRANCINEEnglishDiminutive form of French Francoise meaning French.-----
FRANCISCAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Franciscus meaning French.-----
FRANKIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frances and Francis both meaning French.-----
FRANNIEEnglishPet form of English Frances meaning French.-----
FREAEnglishAnglicized form of Danish Freya meaning lady, mistress.-----
FREDAEnglishEnglish short form of names ending with NAME-----
FREDDAEnglishPet form of English Winifred meaning holy reconciliation.-----
FREDDIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica both meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDERICAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Fredericus meaning peaceful ruler. In use by the English and Portuguese.-----
FREIDAEnglishVariant spelling of German Frieda meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Freida.-----
GABBIEEnglishPet form of English Gabriela meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABIEnglishPet form of English Gabriela meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABRIELAAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Gavriela meaning man of Godor warrior of God. Compare with another form of Gabriela.-----
GABRIELLAEnglishFeminine form of Italian Gabriele meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABRIELLEEnglishFrench feminine form of Latin Gabrielus meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABYEnglishPet form of English Gabriela meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Gay meaning happy.-----
GAILEnglishShort form of English Abigail meaning father rejoices.-----
GAILAEnglishElaborated form of English Gail meaning father rejoices.-----
GALEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word gale meaning sea storm.-----
GARDENIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name meaning simply gardenia flower.-----
GARNETEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning garnet the gem , derived from a Middle English altered form of Old French pome grenate fruit full of seeds, the same source from which came the name of the precious stone.-----
GARNETTEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Garnet meaning garnet the gem .-----
GAYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning happy. Compare with masculine Gay.-----
GAYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Gay meaning happy.-----
GAYLAEnglishVariant form of English Gayle meaning father rejoices.-----
GAYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Gail meaning father rejoices.-----
GAYNOREnglishMedieval English form of French Guinevere possibly meaning white and smooth. Compare with masculine Gaynor.-----
GEENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Gina meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEMMAEnglishItalian name meaning precious stone.-----
GENAEnglishPet form of English Eugenia meaning well born.-----
GENESISEnglish English name of Greek origin derived from the word genesis meaning creation, generation, origin, source, from gignesthai to be born, which is related to genos birth, descent, race. In the bible this is the name of the first book of the Old Testament.-----
GENETTEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Jeanette meaning God is gracious.-----
GENEVAEnglishPet form of French Genevieve probably meaning race of women.-----
GENEVIEVEEnglishEnglishform of French Genevieve probably meaning race of women.-----
GENIAEnglishPet form of English Eugenia meaning well born.-----
GENIEEnglishPet form of English Eugenia meaning well born. This is also a pet form of English Genevieve probably meaning race of women.-----
GENISTAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin word for the broom plant.-----
GENNAPetEnglishform of English Genevieve probably meaning race of women. Compare with another form of Genna.-----
GENNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Genny probably meaning race of women.-----
GENNYEnglishPet form of English Genevieve probably meaning race of women.-----
GENYAEnglishVariant spelling of English Genia meaning well born.-----
GEORGEANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Georgia earth worker, farmer and Anna favor grace.-----
GEORGENEEnglishEnglish variant spelling French Georgine meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGETTEEnglishFeminine form of French Georges meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGIAEnglishFeminine form of English George meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGIANAEnglishFeminine form of English George meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English George and Georgia meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGINAEnglishFeminine form of English George meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGINEEnglishFeminine form of French Georges meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GERALDINEEnglishFeminine form of English Gerald meaning spear ruler.-----
GERRYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Gerald and Geraldine meaning spear ruler. Also used as a pet form of other names beginning with Ger meaning spear.-----
GERTIEEnglishPet form of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
GERTRUDEEnglishGerman name composed of the elements ger spear and ru strength, hence spear strength.-----
GHISLAINEnglishModern English name derived from Old French Giselle meaning pledge, hostage, noble offspring.-----
GHISLAINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ghislain meaning pledge, hostage, noble offspring.-----
GILDAOldEnglishEnglish name meaning coated with gold gilded. Compare with other forms of Gilda.-----
GILLIANEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Roman Latin Jillian meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
GINAPetEnglishform of English Georgina meaning earth worker, farmer. Also a pet form of other English names ending with NAME Compare with other forms of Gina.-----
GINGEREnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin. Sometimes also given as a spice name.-----
GINNIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin.-----
GINNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Ginnie meaning maiden, virgin.-----
GITHAEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Gytha meaning strife, war.-----
GLADYSModernEnglishform of Old Welsh Gwladus meaning ruler.-----
GLENDAEnglishModern Welsh name composed of the words glan clean, pure, holy and da good, hence pure good.-----
GLENICEEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Glenys meaning holy, pure.-----
GLENNAEnglishFeminine form of Scottish Glen meaning valley.-----
GLENYSEnglishModern Welsh name derived from the word glan meaning holy, pure.-----
GLORIAEnglishLatin name derived from the word gloria meaning glory.-----
GLORYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning glory.-----
GODIVAEnglishOld English name composed of the elements god God and gyfu gift, hence gift of God.-----
GOLDAEnglish Yiddish name meaning golden. Compare with masculine Golda.-----
GOLDIEFromEnglishan English pet name meaning a blonde. Compare with another form of Goldie.-----
GRACEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word grace, from Old French grace pleasing quality, favor, good will, thanks, which in turn came from Latin gratia pleasing quality, good will, gratitude, from gratus pleasing, agreeable. In 1175 the word grace was defined as God s favor or help.-----
GRACIEEnglishPet form of English Grace meaning pleasing, agreeable.-----
GRETAEnglishShort form of Danish/Swedish Margareta meaning pearl.-----
GRETCHENEnglishDiminutive form of English Gretta pearl meaning little pearl.-----
GRETELEnglishPet form of German Grete meaning pearl.-----
GRETTAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish/Swedish Greta meaning pearl.-----
GUENDOLENEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Gwendolen meaning white ring.-----
GUINEVEREEnglishFrench form of Welsh Gwenhwyvar possibly meaning white and smooth.In Arthurian legend this is the name of the queen consort of King Arthur best remembered for her love affair with Arthur s chief knight Lancelot.-----
GUSSIEEnglishPet form of English Augusta meaning venerable.-----
GWENEnglishWelsh name derived from the word gwen meaning fair, holy, white. Also used as a short form of longer names containing gwen.-----
GWENDAEnglishWelsh name composed of the elements gwen fair, holy, white and da good, hence fair and good.-----
GWENDOLENEnglishWelsh name composed of the elements gwen fair, holy, white and dolen bow, ring, hence white bow or white ring. In mythology this is the name of King Locrine s wife.-----
GWENETHEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Gwyneth meaning luck, happiness.-----
GWENNEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Gwen meaning fair, holy, white.-----
GWENNETHEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Gwyneth meaning luck, happiness.-----
GWENYTHEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Gwenith meaning wheat.-----
GWYNEnglishWelsh unisex name meaning fair, holy, white.-----
GYNETHEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Gwyneth meaning luck, happiness. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the daughter of King Arthur in Sir Walter Scott s The Bridal of Triermain.-----
GYPSYEnglishOld English name meaning Bohemian, rover.-----
GYTHAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Gyoa meaning strife, war.-----
HADASSAEnglishVariant spelling of English Hadassah meaning myrtle tree.-----
HADASSAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Hadaccah meaning myrtle tree. In the bible this is Esther s Hebrew name.-----
HADLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements ho heathland, heather, wasteland and leah clearing, field, meadow hence heather meadow.-----
HAIDEEEnglishModern English name possibly derived from the Greek word aidoios meaning modest.-----
HAILEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HAILEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HALEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HALEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HALLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HANNAEnglish Greek 1. Greek form of Hebrew Channah meaning favor grace. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a prophetess in Jerusalem.-----
HANNAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Channah meaning favor grace. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of the mother of Samuel and wife to Elkanah.-----
HANNIEEnglishPet form of English Hannah meaning favor grace.-----
HANNYEnglishPet form of English Hannah meaning favor grace.-----
HAPPYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning happy. Compare with Gay and Merry.-----
HARMONIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Harmony meaning concord, harmony.-----
HARMONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word harmony from Greek Harmonia meaning concord, harmony.-----
HARPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning harp player.-----
HARRIETEnglishFeminine diminutive form of English Harry meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTEnglishVariant spelling of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTAEnglishElaborated form of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTEEnglishElaborated form of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARTLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements heorot hart, male deer and leah meadow, pasture, hence deer meadow.-----
HARMONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word harmony from Greek Harmonia meaning concord, harmony.-----
HARPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning harp player.-----
HARRIETEnglishFeminine diminutive form of English Harry meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTEnglishVariant spelling of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTAEnglishElaborated form of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARRIETTEEnglishElaborated form of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HARTLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements heorot hart, male deer and leah meadow, pasture, hence deer meadow.-----
HATTIEEnglishPet form of English Harriet meaning little home ruler.-----
HATTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Hattie meaning little home ruler.-----
HAVENEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Middle English haven Old English hfen meaning haven, refuge.-----
HAYDEEEnglishEnglish variant form of Swiss Heidi meaning noble sort.-----
HAYDENEnglishEnglish unisex name composed of the Old English elements heg hay and denu valley, hence hay valley.-----
HAYLEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HAYLEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HAYLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a place name composed of the Old English elements heg hay and leah field, meadow, pasture, hence hay field.-----
HAYLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hayley meaning hay field.-----
HAZEEnglishShort form of Old English Hazel meaning reddish brown or hazel tree.-----
HAZELEnglishOld English name meaning reddish brown or hazel tree. The tree was so named for the hazel color of its ripe hazel nuts.-----
HEATHEREnglishEnglish name derived from the plant name meaning heather.-----
HEAVENEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Old English heofon meaning home of God, earlier sky.-----
HEBEEnglishLatin form of Greek Hebe meaning young. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of youth.-----
HEIDIEnglishSwiss pet form of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
HELAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chel ah meaning depraved or rust. In the bible this is the name of a wife of Asher.-----
HELAINEEnglishVariant spelling of Old French Elaine possibly meaning torch. In Malory s Morte D Arthur Death of Arthur this is the name of the tragic figure who dies of grief because Sir Lancelot is unable to return her love.-----
HELEENEnglishDutch form of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELENEnglishEnglish form of French Helene probably meaning torch. In mythology this is the name of the most beautiful woman ever to exist whose abduction by Paris caused the Trojan war.-----
HELENAEnglishLatin form of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELENEEnglishGerman form of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELGAEnglishIcelandic name derived from Old Norse heilagr meaning holy dedicated to the gods.-----
HELLENEnglishVariant spelling of English Helen probably meaning torch.-----
HELOSEEnglishModern form of medieval French Helewise meaning hale wide very healthy and sound.-----
HENRIETTAEnglishLatin form of French Henriette meaning little home ruler.-----
HEPHZI BAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chephtsiy bahh meaning she is my desire. In the bible this is the name of the wife of king Hezekiah.-----
HEPHZIBAHEnglishVariant form of English Hephzi bah meaning she is my desire. In the bible this is the name of the wife of king Hezekiah.-----
HEPSIEEnglishPet form of English Hephzibah meaning she is my desire.-----
HESTEREnglishMedieval Latin form of Persian Esther meaning star.-----
HETTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Hester star and English Harriet little home ruler.-----
HILARYEnglishEnglish unisex form of Latin Hilarius and Hilaria meaning joyful happy.Originally this was strictly a masculine name.-----
HILDAEnglishOld German short form of longer names containing hild meaning battle.-----
HILLARYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Hilary meaning joyful happy.-----
HOLLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Holly meaning holly.-----
HOLLISEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from Old English holegn holly denoting someone who lives near holly trees.-----
HOLLYEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the evergreen shrub or tree.-----
HONEYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word honey. Also a term of endearment.-----
HONOREnglishAmerican English form of Latin Honora meaning honor, valor.-----
HONOUREnglishBritish English form of Latin Honora meaning honor, valor.-----
HOPEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word hope. It is one of the Puritan virtue names some others are Charity Chastity Faith Honor and Prudence.-----
HORTENSEEnglishFrench form of Latin Hortensia meaning garden.-----
HOSANNAEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Hosanna meaning deliver us. In the bible this was the cry of the people who recognized Jesus as the Messiah when he entered Jerusalem.-----
HOSANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Hosanna meaning deliver us.-----
HULDAEnglish1 Scandinavian form of Old Norse Hulo meaning hidden, obscure, secret.-----
HULDAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chuldah meaning mole or weasel. In the bible this is the name of a prophetess.-----
HUNTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning hunter.-----
HYACINTHEnglishEnglish form of Latin Hyacintha meaning hyacinth flower.-----
HYLDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Hilda meaning battle.-----
IDAEnglish1 Norman name derived from Germanic id meaning work.-----
IDELLEEnglishFrench pet form of Norman Germanic Ida meaning work.-----
IDONYEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Idonea meaning again to love.-----
IESHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Arabic Aisha meaning alive.-----
ILEANEnglishVariant spelling of English Eileen meaning beauty, radiance.-----
ILEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Eileen meaning beauty, radiance.-----
ILENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Eileen meaning beauty, radiance.-----
IMOGENEnglishFrom a misspelling of the English Shakespearean name Innogen meaning girl, maiden.-----
IMOGENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Imogen meaning girl, maiden.-----
INAEnglishEnglishand Scottish short form of longer names ending with NAME such as Christina and Dolina.Compare with another form of Ina.-----
INDIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the country name meaning land of the Indus river .-----
INDIANAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the American state name meaning land of the Indians.-----
INDIGOEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from vocabulary word indigo from Greek indikon meaning blue dye from India.-----
INDYEnglishPet form of English unisex Indiana meaning land of the Indians.-----
INNESEnglishAnglicized unisex form of Scottish Gaelic Aonghas meaning excellent valor.-----
INNOGENEnglishOriginal Celtic form of the misspelled English Shakespeare character name Imogen derived from the Gaelic element inghean meaning girl, maiden.-----
IRELANDEnglishEnglish name derived from the country name composed of the Irish goddess name riu and Old Saxon land land, hence land of riu or land of peace.-----
IRENEEnglishLatin form of Greek Eirene meaning peace. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of peace.-----
IRISEnglish Greek name meaning rainbow. In mythology this is the name of a rainbow goddess. In use by the English as a feminine name and by the Jews as a unisex name.-----
IRMAEnglishShort form of longer German names beginning with Irm meaning entire, whole.-----
IRMALINDAEnglishGerman name composed of the elements irmen entire, whole and lint soft, tender, hence entirely gentle.-----
IRMGARDEnglishGerman name composed of the elements irmen entire, whole and gard enclosure, hence entirely protected.-----
ISABELEnglishOriginally a Spanish form of Latin Isabella meaning God is my oath. It later became an English royal name and its popularity was enhanced by the fact that it was borne by Queen Isabella 1296 1358 despite the fact that she was a murderess.-----
ISABELLEEnglishFrench form of Latin Isabella meaning God is my oath.In Arthurian legend Isabelle of Cornwall is the name of the mother of Tristan.-----
ISADORAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Isidora meaning gift of Isis.-----
ISCAHEnglish1 Anglicized form of Hebrew Yickah meaning one who beholds or one who looks out. In the bible this is the name of the sister of Lot.-----
ISIDORAEnglish Greek Russian 1. Feminine form of Greek Isidoros meaning gift of Isis.-----
ISLEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
ISOLDEEnglishEnglish form of French Iseult derived from Germanic Ishild meaning ice battle. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the tragic princess who was the mistress of Tristram.-----
ISSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Izzy meaning God is my oath.-----
IVAVariantEnglishspelling of English Ivah meaning overthrow, overturn. Compare with other forms of Iva.-----
IVAHEnglishEnglish name derived from the biblical name of a region of Assyria derived from Hebrew avvah meaning overthrow, overturn.-----
IVORYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word for a material that comes from the tusks of elephants and is used in making jewelry.-----
IVVAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Ivah meaning overthrow, overturn.-----
IVYEnglishEnglish name derived from the plant name ivy.-----
IZZIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Izzy meaning God is my oath.-----
IZZYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath. Compare with masculine Izzy.-----
JACINDAEnglishEnglish variant form of Latin Jacintha meaning hyacinth flower.-----
JACINTHEnglishEnglish form of French Jacinthe meaning hyacinth flower.-----
JACKALINEEnglishEnglish form of French Jacqueline meaning supplanter.-----
JACKALYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacquelyn meaning supplanter.-----
JACKIEnglishPet form of English Jackalyn meaning supplanter.-----
JACKIEEnglishPet form of English Jackalyn meaning supplanter. Compare with masculine Jackie.-----
JACKLYNEnglishContracted form of English Jackalyn meaning supplanter.-----
JACLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacklyn meaning supplanter.-----
JACOBINAEnglishFeminine form of English Jacob meaning supplanter.-----
JACQUELINEEnglishFeminine form of French Jacques meaning supplanter.-----
JACQUELYNEnglishEnglish form of French Jacqueline meaning supplanter.-----
JADEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the precious stone meaning jade.-----
JADENEnglishElaborated form of English unisex Jade meaning jade.-----
JADYNEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yael meaning chamois, ibex, or mountain goat. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Heber the Kenite who killed general Sisera an enemy of the Israelites.-----
JAIDAEnglishElaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade meaning jade.-----
JAIDENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAIMEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jamie meaning supplanter. Compare with masculine Jaime.-----
JAIMEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jamie meaning supplanter.-----
JAIMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jamie meaning supplanter. Compare with masculine Jaimie.-----
JAKIEnglishPet form of English Jackalyn meaning supplanter.-----
JAKKIEnglishPet form of English Jackalyn meaning supplanter.-----
JAMESINAEnglishScottish feminine form of English James meaning supplanter.-----
JAMIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jamie meaning supplanter.-----
JAMIEEnglishFeminine form of English James meaning supplanter. Compare with masculine Jamie.-----
JANEnglishEnglish short form of names beginning with Jan most of which are feminine forms of John meaning God is gracious. Compare with masculine Jan.-----
JANCISEnglishModern elaborated form of English Jan meaning God is gracious.-----
JANEEnglishEnglish form of French Jehanne meaning God is gracious.-----
JANELEnglishVariant spelling of English Janelle meaning God is gracious.-----
JANELEEnglishVariant spelling of English Janelle meaning God is gracious.-----
JANELLAEnglishPet form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JANELLEEnglishPet form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JANENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Janine meaning God is gracious.-----
JANESSAEnglishElaborated form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JANETAnglicizedEnglishform of Scottish Jennet meaning God is gracious.-----
JANETTAEnglishElaborated form of English Janet meaning God is gracious.-----
JANETTEEnglishElaborated form of English Janet meaning God is gracious.-----
JANEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Janie meaning God is gracious.-----
JANICEEnglishElaborated form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JANIEEnglishPet form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JANINEEnglishEnglish form of French Jeannine meaning God is gracious.-----
JANISEnglishVariant spelling of English Janice meaning God is gracious. Compare with masculine Janis.-----
JANNAElaboratedEnglishform of English Jan meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Janna.-----
JANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Janna meaning God is gracious.-----
JANNETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Janette meaning God is gracious.-----
JANNINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Janine meaning God is gracious.-----
JAQUALINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Jacquelina meaning supplanter.-----
JAQUALINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacquelyn meaning supplanter.-----
JAQUELINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacquelyn meaning supplanter.-----
JAQUELYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacquelyn meaning supplanter.-----
JARONAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yarona meaning to shout and sing.-----
JASMINEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Persian yasmin meaning jasmine flower, a plant in the olive family. Compare with masculine Jasmin.-----
JASMINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jasmin meaning jasmine flower, a plant in the olive family.-----
JASMYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jasmin meaning jasmine flower, a plant in the olive family.-----
JAYDAEnglishElaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade meaning jade.-----
JAYDEEnglishElaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade meaning jade.-----
JAYDENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAYDONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAYLAEnglishFeminine form of English Jay a short form of longer names beginning with the letter J.-----
JAYLEEEnglishFeminine form of English Jay a short form of longer names beginning with the letter J.-----
JAYMAEnglishVariant form of English Jamie meaning supplanter.-----
JAYMEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jamie meaning supplanter.-----
JAYNAEnglishPet form of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JAYNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jane meaning God is gracious.-----
JAYNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Janie meaning God is gracious.-----
JAZMINEnglishVariant spelling of English Jasmin meaning jasmine flower, a plant in the olive family.-----
JAZMINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jasmin meaning jasmine flower, a plant in the olive family.-----
JEANEnglishScottish form of French Jeanne meaning God is gracious. Compare with masculine Jean.-----
JEANAEnglishVariant spelling of English Gena meaning well born.-----
JEANETTAEnglishEnglish form of French Jeanette meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANETTEEnglishPet form of French Jeanne meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANIEEnglishPet form of Scottish Jean meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Jeannine meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANNAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Scottish Jean meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANNETTEEnglishVariant spelling of French Jeanette meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANNIEEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish Jeanie meaning God is gracious.-----
JEANNINEEnglishPet form of French Jeanne meaning God is gracious.-----
JEDIDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Jedidah meaning friend or beloved.-----
JEDIDAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yediydah meaning friend or beloved. In the bible this is the name of the mother of king Josiah.-----
JELISSAEnglishModern English name probably based on Greek Melissa meaning honey sap.-----
JEMIMAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yemiymah meaning dove. In the bible this is the name of one of Job s three daughters.-----
JEMMAEnglishVariant spelling of Italian Gemma meaning precious stone.-----
JENEnglishShort form of English Jennifer meaning white and smooth.-----
JENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Gena meaning well born.-----
JENAEEnglishPet form of English Jennifer meaning white and smooth.-----
JENELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Jen meaning white and smooth.-----
JENESSAEnglishElaborated form of English Jen meaning white and smooth.-----
JENIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jenny meaning white and smooth.-----
JENIFEREnglishVariant spelling of English Jennifer meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jen meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNAEnglishPet form of English Jennifer meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jenny meaning white and smooth. Compare with another form of Jenni.-----
JENNICAEnglishElaborated form of English Jen meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jenny meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNIFEREnglishEnglish form of French Guinevere meaning white and smooth.-----
JENNYEnglishPet form of English Jennifer meaning white and smooth.-----
JERAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Old Saxon runic letter jera meaning year.-----
JERIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jerri meaning spear ruler.-----
JERRIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jerry meaning spear ruler.-----
JERRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jerry meaning spear ruler.-----
JERRYEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Gerry meaning spear ruler.Compare with masculine Jerry.-----
JERUSHAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeruwsha meaning dispossessor or possessed by a husband . In the bible this is the name of the wife of King Uzziah.-----
JESCAEnglishContracted form of English Jessica meaning one who beholds or one who looks out.-----
JESSShortEnglishform of English Jessica meaning one who beholds or one who looks out. Compare with masculine Jess.-----
JESSAEnglishPet form of English Jessica meaning one who beholds or one who looks out.-----
JESSALYNEnglishElaborated form of English Jessa meaning one who beholds or one who looks out.-----
JESSAMYNEnglishEnglish form of Latin Jessamine meaning jasmine flower,a plant in the olive family.-----
JESSIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jessie meaning one who beholds or one who looks out, and also gift.-----
JESSICAEnglishEnglish Shakespearean name of the daughter of Shylock probably based on Hebrew Yiska meaning one who beholds or one who looks out.-----
JESSIEEnglishFeminine form of English Jesse meaning gift.-----
JESSIKAEnglishVariant spelling of English Jessica meaning one who beholds or one who looks out.-----
JESSYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jessie meaning one who beholds or one who looks out, and also gift.-----
JETTAEnglishFeminine form of English Jett meaning jet the mineral .-----
JEWELEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning jewel.-----
JEWELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Jewel meaning jewel.-----
JEZEBELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Iyzebel Ba al exalts unchaste or without cohabitation and Greek Iezabel chaste intact . In the bible this is the name of the evil wife of King Ahab. She was eaten by dogs as prophesied by Elijah.-----
JILLEnglishEnglish short form of Roman Latin Jillian meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JILLIANEnglishEarly form of Roman Latin Juliana meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JILLIEEnglishPet form of English Jill meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JILLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Jillie meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JINNYVariantEnglishspelling of English Ginny meaning maiden, virgin. Compare with another form of Jinny.-----
JOEnglishShort form of English Joanne meaning God is gracious. Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Jo . Compare with masculine Jo.-----
JOANEnglishMedieval English contracted form of Old French Johanne meaning God is gracious. Compare with masculine Joan.-----
JOANDRAEnglishElaborated form of English Joanne meaning God is gracious.-----
JOANNEnglishVariant spelling of English Joanne meaning God is gracious.-----
JOANNEEnglishEnglish form of French Johanne Latin Joanna meaning God is gracious.-----
JOBETHEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Jo God is gracious and Beth God is my oath.-----
JOCELINEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Jocelyn meaning Gaut.-----
JOCELINEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Jocelyn meaning Gaut.-----
JOCELYNEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Old French personal name Joscelin meaning Gaut.-----
JOCHEBEDEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowkebed In the bible this is the name of the mother of Miriam Aaron and Moses.-----
JOCOSAEnglishMiddle English feminine form of English unisex Joyce meaning lady.-----
JODENEEnglishElaborated form of English Jody meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JODIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jody meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JODIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jody meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JODYEnglishPet form of English Judith meaning Jewess or praised. Compare with masculine Jody.-----
JOELLEEnglishEnglish form of French Joelle meaning Jehovah is God or to whom Jehovah is God.-----
JOETTAEnglishPet form of English Jo meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Johnna meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNNAEnglishFeminine form of English John meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNNIEEnglishEnglish unisex pet form of John and Johnna both meaning God is gracious.-----
JOIEnglishVariant spelling of English Joy meaning joy.-----
JOISSEEnglishVariant spelling of English Joyce meaning lady.-----
JOJOEnglishUnisex pet form of English Joe God shall add another son and Jo God is gracious.-----
JOLEENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Jolene meaning pretty.-----
JONELLEEnglishPet form of English Jonie meaning God is gracious.-----
JONETTEEnglishDiminutive form of English Jonie meaning God is gracious.-----
JONIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jonie meaning God is gracious.-----
JONIEEnglishFeminine form of English John meaning God is gracious.-----
JONNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Johnna meaning God is gracious.-----
JONQUILEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the jonquil flower, from Latin juncus meaning rush.-----
JOOLSEnglishVariant spelling of English Jules meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JORDANEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iordanes and Hebrew unisex Yarden meaning flowing down. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of a river in Palestine. In the New Testament Jesus was baptized in this river by John the Baptist.-----
JORDANAEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORDIVariantEnglishspelling of English unisex Jordie meaning flowing down.-----
JORDIEEnglishPet form of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORDONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORDYNEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORIEEnglishShort form of English Marjorie meaning pearl.-----
JORJAEnglishModern spelling of English Georgia meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
JOSEPHAEnglishFeminine form of English Joseph meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOSEPHINEEnglishEnglish form of French Josephine meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOSETTEEnglishPet form of French Josephine meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOSIEEnglishPet form of English Josephine meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOSSEnglishPet form of English unisex Jocelyn meaning Gaut.Compare with strictly masculine Joss.-----
JOSSLYNEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Jocelyn meaning Gaut.-----
JOYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word joy.-----
JOYCEEnglishEnglish unisex form of Norman French Josce meaning lord. In the Middle Ages this was a masculine name now it is almost strictly feminine.-----
JOYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Joy meaning joy.-----
JUANITAEnglishPet form of Spanish Juana meaning God is gracious. This is the feminine form of Juanito.-----
JUDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Judy meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JUDIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Judy meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JUDITHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdiyth meaning Jewess or praised. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Esau. In the Book of Judith she beheads an Assyrian commander while he s sleeping.-----
JUDYEnglishPet form of English Judith meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JULESEnglishPet form of Roman Latin Julia meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Julie meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Julius meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIANAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Julianus meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIANNAEnglish1 Hungarian feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIANNEEnglishEnglish feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIEEnglishFrench form of Roman Latin Julia meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIETEnglishPet form of French Julie meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULIETTEEnglishPet form of French Julie meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JULYEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the month which was named after Julius Csar hence descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JUNEEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the month which was named after the Roman goddess Juno meaning vital force.-----
JUNIPEREnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the juniper tree.-----
JUSTICEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from a Middle English and Old French byname for a fair minded person meaning equity, justice.-----
JUSTINAFeminineEnglishform of Roman Latin Justinus meaning fair, just. Compare with another form of Justina.-----
JUSTINEEnglishFeminine form of English Justin meaning fair, just.-----
JUSTYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Justin and Justine both meaning fair, just.-----
KACEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Casey meaning she who entangles men.-----
KACIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kacey meaning she who entangles men.-----
KADENCEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Cadence meaning flow of rhythm.-----
KAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kay a short form of names beginning with K.Compare with masculine Kae.-----
KAELEAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAELEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAETYEnglishVariant spelling of English Katie meaning pure.-----
KAILAAlteredEnglishform of English Kayley meaning slender. Compare with another form of Kaila.-----
KAILEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAILEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAILYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylyn meaning girl.-----
KAITLINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin meaning pure.-----
KAITLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaitlin meaning pure.-----
KAITLYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaitlin meaning pure.-----
KALEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KALEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KALIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KALISHAEnglishModern English creation that is an elaborated form either of Lisha a short form of longer names ending with isha or Alisha noble sort .-----
KALLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Calla meaning beauty.-----
KALYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylyn meaning girl.-----
KALYSTAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Callista meaning most beautiful.-----
KAMRYNEnglishEnglish feminine form of Scottish unisex Cameron meaning crooked nose.-----
KANDACEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Kandake meaning prince of servants.-----
KANDIEnglishPet form of English Kandace meaning prince of servants.-----
KARAEnglishVariant spelling of English Cara meaning either beloved or friend.-----
KARAUGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kara meaning either beloved or friend.-----
KARENEnglishDanish form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure. This name was brought to America by Scandinavian settlers.-----
KARENAVariantEnglishspelling of English Carina meaning beloved.Compare with another form of Karena.-----
KARENZAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kerensa meaning love.-----
KARIVariantEnglishspelling of English Carrie meaning man. Compare with another form of Kari.-----
KARINAVariantEnglishspelling of English Carina meaning beloved.Compare with other forms of Karina.-----
KARISSAEnglishVariant spelling of English Charissa meaning grace.-----
KARLAEnglishFeminine form of German Karl meaning man.-----
KARLEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Carlie meaning man.-----
KARLENEEnglishPet form of German Karla meaning man.-----
KARLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Carly meaning man.-----
KAROLYNEnglishEnglish variant form of French Caroline meaning man.-----
KARONEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish Karen meaning pure.-----
KARRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Carrie meaning man.-----
KARYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish Karen meaning pure.-----
KARYNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Carina which originally meant shell of a nut, later keel of a ship.-----
KASANDRAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Cassandra meaning she who entangles men.-----
KASEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Casey meaning vigilant, wakeful.-----
KASSIAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Latin Cassia meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon. Compare with another form of Kassia.-----
KASSIDYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cassidy meaning curly headed .-----
KASSYEnglishPet form of English Kassia meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KATEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATEEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Katie meaning pure.-----
KATELINEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaitlin meaning pure.-----
KATELYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Katelin meaning pure.-----
KATELYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Katelyn meaning pure.-----
KATEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Katie meaning pure.-----
KATHEnglishShort form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHARINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHARYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHERINEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Katherina meaning pure.-----
KATHERYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHERYNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHIEnglishVariant spelling of English Kathy meaning pure.-----
KATHIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kathy meaning pure.-----
KATHLEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin meaning pure.-----
KATHLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kathleen meaning pure.-----
KATHRYNVariantEnglishspelling of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATHYEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATIEEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KATLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaitlin meaning pure.-----
KATRINAVariantEnglishspelling of English Catrina meaning pure. Compare with another form of Katrina.-----
KATRIONAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Catriona and Scottish Gaelic Catriona both meaning pure.-----
KATRYNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Katrina meaning pure.-----
KATYEnglishVariant spelling of English Katie meaning pure.-----
KAYEnglishShort form of names beginning with the letter K.-----
KAYCEEEnglishEnglish short form of longer names beginning with the letter K. Compare with masculine Kay.-----
KAYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kay a short form of longer names beginning with the letter K.-----
KAYLAVariantEnglishform of English Kayley meaning slender. Compare with another form of Kayla.-----
KAYLEAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAYLEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAYLEENEnglishProbably a variant spelling of English Kaylyn meaning girl.-----
KAYLEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAYLEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Caollaidhe descendant of Caolladhe,hence slender.-----
KAYLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAYLINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cailin meaning girl.-----
KAYLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KAYLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylin meaning girl.-----
KAYLYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kaylin meaning girl.-----
KEARAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara meaning little black one.-----
KEAVYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhe meaning beloved, comely.-----
KEELANEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a contracted form of the surname Keelahan an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ceileachain descendant of Ceileachain, hence little companion.-----
KEELEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KEELEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use derived from the English personal name Kayley meaning slender.-----
KEELINEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Keelan meaning little companion.-----
KEELYEnglishVariant spelling of English Keeley meaning slender.-----
KEEVAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhe meaning beloved, comely.-----
KEIGHLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kayley meaning slender.-----
KEILAEnglishProbably a variant spelling of English Kayla meaning slender.-----
KEIRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Keara meaning little black one.-----
KEISHAEnglishModern form of English Keziah meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KEITHAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Scottish Keith probably meaning forest, wood.-----
KEITHIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Keitha probably meaning forest, wood.-----
KELANEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Keelan meaning little companion.-----
KELCEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kelsey meaning ship victory.-----
KELIAEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLEnglishShort form of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLEIGHEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLIEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLYEnglishAnglicized unisex form of Irish Gaelic Ceallach meaning bright headed.-----
KELSEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Old Anglo Saxon personal name Ceolsige meaning ship victory.-----
KELSIEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kelsey meaning ship victory.-----
KELSIEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kelsey meaning ship victory.-----
KENDAEnglishFeminine short form of English unisex Kendall meaning exalted effigy.-----
KENDALEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kendall meaning exalted effigy.-----
KENDALLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Welsh masculine personal name Cynddelw meaning exalted effigy.-----
KENDRAEnglishFeminine form of English Kendrick meaning keen power.-----
KENINAEnglishFeminine form of English Kenneth meaning both comely finely made and born of fire.-----
KENNAFeminineEnglishform of English Kenneth meaning both comely finely made and born of fire.Compare with another form of Kenna.-----
KENNEDYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use in honor of the assassinated American president John F. Kennedy from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cinneidigh meaning ugly head.-----
KENYAEnglishModern English name derived from the country name which was derived from the name of a mountain probably from Kiinyaa the Wakamba tribe s name for the mountain meaning mountain of the ostrich, because the mountain is said to have certain features of the ostrich when it is snow covered. Compare with masculine Kenya.-----
KENZIEEnglishShort form of Scottish unisex Mackenzie meaning comely, finely made.-----
KERENEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qeren meaning horn of an animal . Also a short form of Keren happuch meaning horn of antimony, a black paint used for eye shadow.-----
KERENAEnglishVariant form of English Keren meaning horn of an animal .-----
KEREN HAPPUCHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qeren happuwk meaning horn of antimony, a black paint used for eye shadow. In the bible this is the name of one of Job s daughters born after his trial.-----
KERENHAPPUCHEnglishVariant spelling of English Keren happuch meaning horn of antimony, a black paint used for eye shadow.-----
KEREN HAPUCHEnglishVariant spelling of English Keren happuch meaning horn of antimony, a black paint used for eye shadow.-----
KERENHAPUCHEnglishVariant spelling of English Keren happuch meaning horn of antimony, a black paint used for eye shadow.-----
KERENSAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Cornish word kerensa meaning love.-----
KERENZAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kerensa meaning love.-----
KERIEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Kerry meaning Ciar s people.-----
KERRIEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Kerry meaning Ciar s people.-----
KERRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kerry meaning Ciar s people.-----
KERRYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of an Irish county Ciarrai meaning Ciar s people.-----
KERSTINEnglishLow German form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KESHIAEnglishVariant form of English Keisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KESTRELEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the bird of prey from Old French cresserelle a derivative of cressele meaning rattle, in reference to the sound of the bird s cry.-----
KETURAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qetuwrah meaning incense. In the bible this is the name of Abraham s second wife.-----
KETZIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kezia meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KEYSHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Keisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KEZIAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qetsiyah meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon. In the bible this is the name of the second daughter of Job born after his trial.-----
KEZIAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kezia meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KIARAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara meaning little black one.-----
KIARRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kiara meaning little black one.-----
KIERAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kiara meaning little black one.-----
KIERRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Kiara meaning little black one.-----
KIERSTENEnglishModern English spelling of Old English Kirsten meaning stone church, or Danish/Norwegian Kirsten meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIKIEnglishEnglish pet form of names beginning with the letter K.-----
KILEYVariantEnglishspelling of English Kylie meaning slender. Compare with another form of Kiley.-----
KILIEVariantEnglishspelling of English Kylie meaning slender. Compare with another form of Kilie.-----
KIMShortEnglishform of English unisex Kimberley meaning King s City Meadow. Compare with another form of Kim.-----
KIMBERLEEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kimberley meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KIMBERLEIGHEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kimberley meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KIMBERLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of a South African town first brought to the public s notice by the Boer War in the 19th century. The town was named for Lord Kimberley whose ancestors derived their name from a place in England composed of the Old English elements cyne king, burg city and leah meadow, pasture, hence King s City Meadow.-----
KIMBERLYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kimberley meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KIMBERLYNEnglishModern English blend of Kimberly King s City Meadow and Lynn lake.-----
KIMBRAEnglishPet form of English Kimberly meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KIMMYEnglishPet form of English Kimberly meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KINBOROUGHEnglishMedieval English form of Anglo Saxon Cyneburga meaning royal fortress.-----
KINGSLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of various places called Cyningesleah composed of the Old English elements cyne king, and leah meadow, pasture, hence king s meadow.-----
KIRSTEENEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish Kirstin meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTENOldEnglishEnglish name meaning stone church. Compare with another form of Kirsten.-----
KIRSTIEnglishFinnish form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTIEEnglishPet form of Scottish Kirstin meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTINEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish Kirstine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTINEEnglishScottish form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTYPetEnglishform of Scottish Kirstine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KISHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Keisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KITEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure. Compare with masculine Kit.-----
KITTIVariantEnglishspelling of English Kitty meaning pure. Compare with another form of Kitti.-----
KITTYEnglishPet form of English Katherine meaning pure.-----
KIZZIEEnglishPet form of English Keziah meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KIZZYEnglishVariant spelling of English Kizzie meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
KLARAEnglishEnglishform of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.-----
KLAUDIAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Roman Latin Claudia meaning lame. Compare with another form of Klaudia.-----
KODEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kody meaning helper.-----
KODYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cody meaning helper.-----
KOLLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Colleen meaning girl.-----
KOLOUREnglishEnglish variant of the word color used as a name.-----
KORRINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Corinne meaning maiden.-----
KORTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Courtney meaning short nose.-----
KOURTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Courtney meaning short nose.-----
KRISEnglishEnglish unisex short form of longer names beginning with Kris .-----
KRISSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Chrissy meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTAVariantEnglishspelling of Latin Christa meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Krista.-----
KRISTALEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
KRISTEENEnglishEnglish form of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTELEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
KRISTENEnglishGerman form of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTIVariantEnglishspelling of English Kristy meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Kristi.-----
KRISTIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Christia meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kristy meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTINEnglishShort form of Scandinavian Kristina and English Kristina both meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRISTINAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Kristina.-----
KRISTINEEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Kristine.-----
KRISTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Christy meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRYSTALEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
KRYSTELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
KRYSTENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Kristen meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRYSTINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRYSTINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KRYSTLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Crystal meaning crystal, ice.-----
KYMEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Kim meaning King s City Meadow.-----
KYRSTENEnglishEnglish form of Scottish Kirsten meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
LACEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lacy meaning lace like.-----
LACIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lacy meaning lace like.-----
LACYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning lace like.-----
LADONNAEnglishElaborated form of English Donna meaning lady.-----
LADYEnglishPet form of English Adelaide meaning noble sort.In some instances it may be derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply lady.-----
LAGINAEnglishModern elaborated form of English Gina meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
LAIDEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lady meaning noble sort.-----
LAINEYEnglishEnglish pet form of French Elaine possibly meaning torch.-----
LAKEISHAEnglishElaborated form of English Keisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
LAKESHIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Lakeisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
LAKISHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Lakeisha meaning cassia, a bark similar to cinnamon.-----
LALLAEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Lalage meaning to babble.-----
LALLIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Lalage meaning to babble.-----
LALLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lallie meaning to babble.-----
LANAShortEnglishform of Latin Alana possibly meaning little rock.Compare with other forms of Lana.-----
LANEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lainey possibly meaning torch.-----
LARAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Latin Laura meaning laurel. Compare with another form of Lara.-----
LARAINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LAREYNAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LARIEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LARKEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word from Old English lawcere meaning song bird.-----
LARYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Lauren meaning of Laurentum.-----
LASHAWNEnglishModern feminine form of English Shawn meaning God is gracious.-----
LASHAYEnglishElaborated feminine form of English unisex Shay probably meaning strong.-----
LASHONDAEnglishElaborated form of English Shawna meaning God is gracious.-----
LATANYAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Latin Tania probably meaning father.-----
LATASHAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Russian Tasha meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.-----
LATISHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Letitia meaning happiness.-----
LATONYAEnglishElaborated form of English Tonya possibly meaning invaluable.-----
LATOYAEnglishElaborated form of English Toya probably meaning toy.-----
LAUDINEEnglishFrench name possibly a diminutive form of Latin laude praise hence little praiseworthy one. In Arthurian legend Laudine is known as the Lady of the Fountain the ruler of the mystical Castle of Landuc near a magical spring in Broceliande Forest guarded by her husband Esclados. When water from this magic spring was poured onto a nearby basin a huge storm would begin. Calogrenant did this and was beaten for it. To avenge his cousin Ywain killed Esclados. He fell instantly in love with Laudine the moment he saw her. Laudine s servant Lunete talked her into marrying him.-----
LAURAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Laurus meaning laurel. Or from Greek Lavra meaning an alley, a passage.-----
LAURAINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LAUREENEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LAURELEnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name. It is also used as a pet form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LAURELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Laurel meaning laurel.-----
LAURENEnglishUnisex form of English Laurence meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAURENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Lorena meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAURENCIAEnglishFeminine form of English Laurence meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAURENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lauren meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAURIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Lauren and Laurence both meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAURINDAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LAURINEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LAURISSAEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Laura meaning laurel.-----
LAURYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Lauren meaning of Laurentum.-----
LAVENAEnglishAmerican English name probably derived from the name of the famous Caffe Lavena in Venus Italy established by Carlos Lavena in 1750 from Latin Lavinia possibly meaning purity.-----
LAVENDEREnglishEnglish color and flower name derived from the vocabulary word from Anglo Saxon lavendre from Late Latin lavendula which may ultimately derive from lividus meaning bluish, livid. Since 1840 the word has had the meaning pale purple.-----
LAVERNEnglishVariant spelling of English Laverne possibly meaning spring like to be verdant. Compare with masculine Lavern.-----
LAVERNEEnglishEnglish form of Roman Latin Laverna possibly meaning spring like to be verdant. Compare with masculine Laverne.-----
LAVONEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lavonne meaning yew tree.-----
LAVONNEEnglishModern English elaborated form of French Yvonne meaning yew tree.-----
LAWANDAEnglishModern English elaborated form of German Wanda meaning a Wend a wanderer. A Wend was a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.-----
LAYTONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Leighton meaning leek garden.-----
LEAOldEnglishEnglish name meaning meadow. Compare with another form of Lea.-----
LEAHVariantEnglishspelling of Old English Lea meaning meadow. Compare with other forms of Leah.-----
LEANNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lea meadow and Ann favor grace, hence graceful meadow.-----
LEANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lea meadow and Anna favor grace,hence graceful meadow.-----
LEANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lea meadow and Anne favor grace, hence graceful meadow.-----
LEANORAEnglishShort form of Latin Eleanora meaning foreign the other.-----
LEATRICEEnglishModern English blend of Hebrew Leah weary and Italian Beatrice voyager through life , hence weary voyager.-----
LEDAEnglish Greek name meaning woman. In mythology this is the name of the mother of Castor Pollux and Helen.-----
LEEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the Old English word leah meaning meadow.-----
LEEANNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lee meadow and Ann favor grace, hence graceful meadow.-----
LEENAVariantEnglishspelling of English Lina a short form of names ending with NAME Compare with other forms of Leena.-----
LEESAEnglishVariant spelling of English Lisa meaning God is my oath.-----
LEIAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Hebrew Leah meaning weary.Compare with another form of Leia.-----
LEIGHEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Lee meaning meadow.-----
LEIGHTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements leac leek and tun enclosure, settlement, hence leek garden.-----
LENAPetEnglishform of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
LENORAEnglishPet form of Latin Eleanora meaning foreign the other.-----
LENOREEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Lenora meaning foreign the other.-----
LEOLAEnglishEnglishfeminine form of Latin Leo meaning lion.Compare with another form of Leola.-----
LEONAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Leo meaning lion.-----
LEONEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Leona meaning lion. Compare with masculine Leone.-----
LEONORAEnglishShort form of Italian Eleanora meaning foreign the other.-----
LEONOREEnglishShort form of German Eleonore meaning foreign the other.-----
LEONTYNEEnglishEnglish form of French Leontine meaning lion like.-----
LESEnglishShort form of English unisex Lesley meaning garden of hollies.-----
LESIAEnglishElaborated form of English Lisa meaning God is my oath.-----
LESLEIGHEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lesley meaning garden of hollies.-----
LESLEYEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish unisex Leslie meaning garden of hollies.-----
LESLIEEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the place name Lesslyn in Aberdeenshire which got its name from Gaelic leas cuilinn meaning garden of hollies.-----
LESLYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Lesley meaning garden of hollies.-----
LESSIEEnglishFeminine pet form of Scottish unisex Leslie meaning garden of hollies.-----
LETHAEnglishShort form of English Aletha meaning truth.-----
LETITIAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Ltitia meaning happiness.-----
LETTICEEnglishMiddle English form of Latin Ltitia meaning happiness.-----
LETTIEEnglishPet form of Middle English Lettice meaning happiness.-----
LETTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lettie meaning happiness.-----
LEWELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Louella meaning famous warrior.-----
LEXEnglishShort form of English unisex Alex meaning defender of mankind.-----
LEXAEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
LEXIEnglishVariant spelling of English Lexy meaning defender of mankind.-----
LEXIAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Alexia meaning defender.-----
LEXIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lexy meaning defender of mankind.-----
LEXINEEnglishElaborated form of English Lexy meaning defender of mankind.-----
LEXUSEnglishShort form of Latin unisex Alexus meaning defender.-----
LEXYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
LIANAEnglishShort form of Latin Eliana meaning sun.-----
LIANEEnglishShort form of French liane meaning sun.-----
LIBBIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Libby meaning God is my oath.-----
LIBBYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIBERTYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin libertas meaning freedom.-----
LICIAEnglishShort form of English names ending with licia.-----
LIDDYEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Lydia meaning of Lydia.-----
LILACEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the flowering bush.-----
LILIVariantEnglishspelling of English Lily meaning lily. Compare with other forms of Lili.-----
LILIANEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Liliana meaning lily.-----
LILIANNEEnglishElaborated form of English Lilian meaning lily.-----
LILIASEnglishScottish form of Latin Liliana meaning lily.-----
LILITAEnglishPet form of English Lily meaning lily.-----
LILITHEnglish Hebrew form of Sumerian Lilitu meaning of the night. In mythology this is the name of a Mesopotamian storm demon associated with the wind and thought to bear disease and death. In ancient Semitic folklore it is the name of a night demon. The oldest story considers Lilith to be Adam s first wife. In the bible this is simply a word for a screech owl.-----
LILLIEnglishVariant spelling of English Lily meaning lily.-----
LILLIAEnglishShort form of English Lillian meaning lily.-----
LILLIANEnglishVariant spelling of English Lilian meaning lily.-----
LILLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lily meaning lily.-----
LILLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lily meaning lily.-----
LILYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word lily meaning simply lily flower.-----
LINAShortEnglishform of English names ending with NAME Compare with other forms of Lina.-----
LINDAEnglishEnglish name probably derived from Germanic lindi meaning serpent.In some cases it may have been derived from the Spanish word for pretty.-----
LINDSAYEnglishScottish surname transferred to English unisex forename use composed of the name Lincoln and the Old English word ey wetland, hence Lincoln s wetlands. In Scotland this is strictly a masculine name.-----
LINDSEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LINDSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LINDYEnglishPet form of English Linda meaning serpent.-----
LINETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lynette meaning little lake.-----
LINNEnglishEnglishshort form of Latin Linnaea meaning twin flower.Compare with other forms of Linn.-----
LINNETEnglishVariant spelling of English Linette meaning little lake.-----
LINNETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Linette meaning little lake.-----
LINNIEEnglishPet form of English Linda meaning serpent.-----
LINSAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Linsey meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LINSEYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LINSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Linsey meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LINZIEnglishVariant spelling of English Linsey meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LISEnglishShort form of English Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LISAVariantEnglishspelling of English Liza meaning God is my oath.Compare with another form of Lisa.-----
LISANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lis God is my oath and Anne favor grace.-----
LISBETHEnglishContracted form of English Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LISHAEnglishShort form of English names ending with NAME or NAME-----
LISSAEnglishEnglish short form of Greek Melissa meaning honey sap.-----
LIVIAShortEnglishform of English Olivia probably meaning elf army. Compare with another form of Livia.-----
LIVVYEnglishPet form of English Olivia probably meaning elf army.-----
LIZEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIZAShortEnglishform of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Liza.-----
LIZBETHEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIZETTEEnglishEnglish form of French Lisette meaning God is my oath.-----
LIZZIEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIZZYEnglishVariant spelling of English Lizzie meaning God is my oath.-----
LOGANEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of a place in Ayrshire meaning hollow, lowland.-----
LOISEnglish Greek name of uncertain origin possibly meaning agreeable. In the bible this is the name of the grandmother of Timothy.Compare with masculine Lois.-----
LOLAEnglishPet form of Spanish Dolores meaning sorrows.-----
LOLICIAEnglishModern English name possibly a blend of Spanish Lola sorrows and Alicia noble sort.-----
LONDONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use denoting someone from London.The name may have pre Celtic roots meaning something like place at the unfordable river.-----
LORALatinEnglishname meaning sorrowful. Compare with another form of Lora.-----
LORAINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LORAINNEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LORAYNEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LOREENEnglishEnglish name composed of Lora laurel and the Irish diminutive suffix NAME hence little laurel tree.-----
LORELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Laurel meaning laurel.-----
LORENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Lauren meaning of Laurentum.-----
LORENAElaboratedEnglishform of English Loren meaning of Laurentum. Compare with another form of Lorena.-----
LORENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Loreen meaning little laurel tree.-----
LORETTAEnglishEnglish form of Italian Lauretta meaning little laurel tree.-----
LORETTEEnglishEnglish form of French Laurette meaning little laurel tree.-----
LORIVariantEnglishspelling of English Lorri meaning land of the people of Lothar. Compare with another form of Lori.-----
LORIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lorrie meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LORINEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Loren meaning of Laurentum.-----
LORINAEnglishDiminutive form of Latin Lora sorrowful meaning little sorrowful one.-----
LORINDAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Latin Lora sorrowful or German Lora laurel.-----
LORNAEnglishCharacter name used by English novelist R.D. Blackmore possibly of Anglo Saxon origin meaning forlorn, forsaken, lost.-----
LORRAINEEnglishFrench surname transferred to forename use from the name of a French province Lorraine from Latin Lotharingia meaning land of the people of Lothar. In use by the English and Scottish.-----
LORRIEnglishEnglish pet form of French Lorraine meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LORRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lorri meaning land of the people of Lothar.-----
LOTTIEEnglishPet form of French Charlotte meaning man.-----
LOTUSEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Latin lotus from Greek lotos a name for various kinds of plants before it came to designate the Egyptian white lotus. The Greek word may ultimately come from Hebrew lowt meaning covering, veil.-----
LOUEnglishEnglish unisex short form of French Louis and Louise both meaning famous warrior.-----
LOUANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lou famous warrior and Anna favor grace.-----
LOUELLAEnglishFeminine pet form of English unisex Lou meaning famous warrior.-----
LOUISAEnglishLatin form of French Louise meaning famous warrior.-----
LOUISEEnglishFeminine form of French Louis meaning famous warrior.-----
LOUIZAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Louisa meaning famous warrior.-----
LOVEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Old English lufu meaning affection, friendliness, love. Compare with masculine Love.-----
LUANNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Lou famous warrior and Ann favor grace.-----
LUANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Louanna meaning famous warrior and favor grace.-----
LUCILEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Lucille meaning little light.-----
LUCILLEEnglishFrench form of Roman Latin Lucilla meaning little light.-----
LUCYEnglishEnglish form of French Lucie meaning light.-----
LUELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Louella meaning famous warrior.-----
LUNETEnglishMiddle English form of French Lunete meaning idol, image.-----
LUVINIAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Lavinia possibly meaning purity.-----
LUXEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Latin word lux meaning light.-----
LYDAEnglishEnglish contracted form of Greek Lydia meaning of Lydia.-----
LYDIAEnglish Greek name meaning of Lydia. In the bible this is the name of a woman who was converted to Christianity by Paul.-----
LYNDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Linda meaning serpent.-----
LYNDIEnglishPet form of English Lynda meaning serpent.-----
LYNDSAYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LYNDSEAEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LYNDSEYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LYNETEnglishVariant spelling of English Lynette meaning little lake.-----
LYNETTEEnglishEnglish diminutive form of Welsh Lyn lake meaning little lake. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the sister of Lyonesse.-----
LYNNEnglishWelsh name derived from the word llyn meaning lake.-----
LYNNAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Welsh Lynn meaning lake.-----
LYNNEEnglishVariant spelling of Welsh Lynn meaning lake.-----
LYNNETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Lynette meaning little lake.-----
LYNSAYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LYNSEYEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Lindsay meaning Lincoln s wetlands.-----
LYRAEnglishEnglish name derived from the constellation name meaning lyre.-----
LYRICAEnglishModern English name derived from Latin lyrica lyric poem, from French lyrique short poem expressing personal emotion, from Latin lyricus of or for the lyre, from Greek lyrikos singing to the lyre.-----
LYSEnglishShort form of English Lysandra meaning freer liberator.-----
LYSANDRAFeminineEnglishform of English Lysander meaning freer liberator. Compare with another form of Lysandra.-----
LYSANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of English Lys freer liberator and French Anne favor grace.-----
LYSETTEEnglishEnglish form of French Lisette meaning God is my oath.-----
LYSSAEnglishShort form of English Alyssa meaning either noble sort or alyssum flower.-----
MAACHAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Maakah meaning to press, to squeeze, i.e. oppression. In the bible this is the name of many characters including one of King David s wives and a son of Nahor.-----
MABEnglishPossibly an Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh meaning intoxicating.-----
MABELEnglishMedieval short form of English Amabel meaning lovable.-----
MABELLAEnglishPet form of English Mabel meaning lovable.-----
MABELLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the French phrase ma belle meaning my beautiful one.-----
MABLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Mabel meaning lovable.-----
MACEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a variant form of the surname Massey which was originally a pet form of Matthew meaning gift of God.-----
MACIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Macey meaning gift of God.-----
MACKENZIEEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinnich son of Coinneach, hence comely finely made.-----
MACYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Macey meaning gift of God.-----
MADALYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Madeline meaning of Magdala.-----
MDCHENEnglishEnglish name derived from the German word for girl.-----
MADDIEEnglishPet form of French Madeline meaning of Magdala.-----
MADDISONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Madison meaning son of Madde.-----
MADELINEEnglishVariant spelling of French Madeleine meaning of Magdala.-----
MADELYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Madeline meaning of Magdala.-----
MADGEEnglishPet form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MADISONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning son of Madde.-----
MADISYNEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Madison meaning son of Madde.-----
MADLYNEnglishContracted form of English Madelyn meaning of Magdala.-----
MADOLINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Madeline meaning of Magdala.-----
MADONNAEnglishEnglish name derived from a Latin title of the Virgin Mary meaning my lady.-----
MADYSONEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Madison meaning son of Madde.-----
MAEEnglishVariant spelling of English May a pet form of Margaret meaning pearl, and Mary meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAEGANEnglishVariant spelling of English Meagan meaning pearl.-----
MAEVEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh meaning intoxicating.-----
MAEVAEnglishVariant spelling of English Maeve meaning intoxicating.-----
MAEVEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh meaning intoxicating. In mythology this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht the wife of Ailill.-----
MAEVEENEnglishPet form of English Maeve meaning intoxicating.-----
MAGEnglishShort form of English Maggie meaning pearl.-----
MAGDALENEnglishOld English form of Latin Magdalena meaning of Magdala.-----
MAGDALENEEnglishEnglish and German form of Greek Magdalene meaning of Magdala. In the bible this is the name of a woman who was cleansed of sin by Jesus and remained with him throughout his ministry and witnessed his crucifixion and resurrection.-----
MAGGIEEnglishPet form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MAGNOLIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the flowering tree.-----
MAHALAEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Mahalah meaning disease.-----
MAHALAHEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Mahlah meaning disease. In the bible this is the name of a Gileadite sex uncertain and the name of the eldest of Zelophehad s five daughters.-----
MAHALATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Machalath meaning stringed instrument. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Ishmael.-----
MAHLAHEnglishEnglish unisex form of Hebrew unisex Machlah meaning disease. In the bible this is the name of a Gileadite sex uncertain and the name of the eldest of Zelophehad s five daughters.-----
MAIDIEEnglishFrom an English byname derived from a pet form of the word maid meaning young woman.-----
MAISIEEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Mysie a pet form of Mairead English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MAKAYLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Michaela meaning who is like God-----
MAKEDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Makkedah meaning place of shepherds.-----
MAKENNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Mckenna meaning born of fire.-----
MAKENZIEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Mackenzie meaning comely, finely made.-----
MAKKEDAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Maqqedah meaning place of shepherds. In the bible this is the name of a place in Judah near Beth Horon mentioned in Joshua 15 41.-----
MALAEnglish Hindi 1. Hindi name meaning necklace. In use by the Romani.-----
MALACHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Malak meaning angel, messenger. In the bible malak is a word used to denote a messenger from God or from a private individual.-----
MALANDRAEnglishModern English compound name composed of Mal dark black from Malinda and Sandra defender of mankind.-----
MALEAHEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hawaiian Malia a form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MALINAFeminineEnglishform of English Malcolm meaning devotee of St. Columba.Compare with other forms of Malina.-----
MALINDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Melinda meaning either black/dark serpent or sweet serpent.-----
MALLORYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a Norman French byname for an unfortunate person from Old French malheure meaning unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky.-----
MALVINAEnglishThis name was invented by the Scottish poet James Macpherson based on the Gaelic term mala mhin meaning smooth brow.-----
MAMIEEnglishPet form of English Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion, and Margaret pearl.-----
MANDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Mandy meaning lovable.-----
MANDYEnglishPet form of English Amanda meaning lovable.-----
MARAEnglish Hebrew name meaning bitter. In the bible this is the name that Naomi gave herself after the death of her husband and sons.-----
MARALYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Marilyn a compound name meaning rebel lake.-----
MARCELYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Marceline meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARCIEnglishPet form of Roman Latin Marcia meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARCIAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Marcius meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARCIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Marcy meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARCYEnglishEnglish pet form of Roman Latin Marcia meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARELatinEnglishname meaning sea. Compare with another form of Mare.-----
MAREEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Marie meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARGARETEnglishEnglishform of French Marguerite meaning pearl.-----
MARGARITAEnglishLatin form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MARGEEnglishShort form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MARGERYEnglishMedieval form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MARGIEEnglishPet form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MARGOEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Margot meaning pearl.-----
MARGOTEnglishPet form of French Marguerite meaning pearl.-----
MARIAEnglish Greek 1. Greek form of Hebrew Miryam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the mother of Jesus and a sister of Lazarus.-----
MARIABELLAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Latin Maria obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion, and Bella God is my oath or beautiful.-----
MARIAHEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARIANEnglishMedieval variant spelling of French Marion meaning little rebel.Compare with masculine Marian.-----
MARIANAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Marianus meaning like Marius.-----
MARIANNEEnglishFrench form of Latin Marianna meaning like Marius.-----
MARIEEnglishFrench form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARIELEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Marielle meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARIELLEEnglishPet form of French Marie meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARIGOLDEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name composed of the name Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and the word gold.-----
MARILENAEnglishElaborated form of English Mary meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARILENEEnglishElaborated form of English Mary meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARILOUEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Lou famous warrior.-----
MARILYNEnglishModern English compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion, and Lyn lake, hence rebel lake.-----
MARILYNNEnglishVariant spelling of English Marilyn meaning rebel lake.-----
MARINAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Marinus meaning of the sea.-----
MARINDAEnglishPerhaps a transposed form of English Miranda meaning admirable.-----
MARISEnglishEnglish religious name derived from the last element of a title of the Virgin Mary stella maris star of the sea, hence of the sea. Compare with masculine Maris.-----
MARISAEnglishModern elaborated form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARISEEnglishVariant spelling of English Marissa meaning of the sea.-----
MARISELAEnglishElaborated form of English Maris meaning of the sea.-----
MARISSAEnglishModern English name derived from Latin maris meaning of the sea.-----
MARJEEnglishVariant spelling of English Marge meaning pearl.-----
MARJETAEnglishSlovene form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MARJORIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Margery meaning pearl.-----
MARJORYEnglishVariant spelling of English Marjorie meaning pearl.-----
MARLAEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Marlena meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Marlie meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLEENEnglishEnglish variant form of Latin Marlena meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLENAEnglishContracted form of Latin Maria Magdalena meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLENEEnglishGerman form of Latin Marlena meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Marlie meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLIEEnglishPet form of English Marleen meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Marlie meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLYNEnglishContracted form of English Marilyn meaning rebel lake.-----
MARNIEnglishEnglish pet form of Roman Latin Marina meaning of the sea.-----
MARNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Marni meaning of the sea.-----
MARSHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Marcia meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MARSHANEnglishModern English blend of Marsha defense or of the sea and Anne favor grace.-----
MARTAEnglishItalian and Spanish form of Greek Martha meaning lady, mistress.-----
MARTHAEnglish Hebrew Aramaic Greek Greek name of Aramaic origin meaning lady, mistress. In the bible this is the name of a sister of Lazarus.-----
MARTINAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Martinus meaning of/like Mars.-----
MARVAEnglishFeminine form of English Marvin meaning marrow eminent.-----
MARYEnglishMiddle English form of French Marie Greek and Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the mother of Jesus and a sister of Lazarus.-----
MARYANNEnglishVariant spelling of English Maryanne meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and favor/grace.-----
MARYANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Anna favor grace.-----
MARYANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Anne favor grace.-----
MARYBETHEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Beth God is my oath.-----
MARYLOUEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Lou famous warrior.-----
MARYLUEnglishVariant spelling of English Marylou a compound name meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and famous warrior.-----
MARYLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Marilyn meaning rebel lake.-----
MARYVONNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Yvonne yew tree.-----
MATHILDAEnglish1 Latin form of Teutonic Mechthild meaning mighty in battle.-----
MATILDAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Mathilda meaning mighty in battle.-----
MATTIEEnglishPet form of English Matilda meaning mighty in battle. Compare with masculine Mattie.-----
MATTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Mattie meaning mighty in battle. Compare with masculine Matty.-----
MAUDEnglishEnglishform of French Maude meaning mighty in battle. Compare with another form of Maud.-----
MAUDEEnglishPet form of Norman French Mathilde meaning mighty in battle.-----
MAUDIEEnglishPet form of English Maud meaning mighty in battle.-----
MAULDEnglishMiddle English form of Norman French Mathilde meaning mighty in battle.-----
MAURAAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Maire meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion. Compare with another form of Maura.-----
MAUREENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Mairin meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAURENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Maureen meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAURINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Maureen meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAVISEnglishEnglish bird name meaning song thrush.-----
MAVREENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Maureen meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAXENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Maxine meaning either the greatest rival or the stream of Mack.-----
MAXINEEnglishFeminine form of English Max meaning either the greatest rival or the stream of Mack.-----
MAYEnglishEnglish name sometimes given to baby girls born in the month of May which was named after the Greek goddess Maia meaning nursing mother.-----
MAYBELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Mabel meaning lovable.-----
MAYBELLINEEnglishPet form of English Mabel meaning lovable.-----
MAYMEEnglishVariant spelling of English Mamie a pet form of both Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and Margaret pearl.-----
MAYRAEnglishElaborated form of English May a pet form of English Margaret pearl and Mary obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MCKAYLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Michaela meaning who is like God-----
MCKENNAEnglishIrish and Scottish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Cionaodha meaning son of Cionaodh, hence born of fire.-----
MCKENZIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Mackenzie meaning comely, finely made.-----
MEADEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use denoting someone who lives by a meadow.-----
MEADEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Mead meaning lives by a meadow.-----
MEADOWEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meadow.-----
MEAGANEnglishModern English form of Welsh Megan meaning pearl.-----
MEAVEEnglishVariant spelling of English Maeve meaning intoxicating.-----
MEEDEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Mead meaning lives by a meadow.-----
MEGEnglishPet form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MEGANEnglishPet form of Welsh Mared meaning pearl.-----
MEGGIEEnglishPet form of English Margaret meaning pearl.-----
MELEnglishUnisex short form of English names beginning with Mel .-----
MELANIEEnglishEnglish form of French Melanie meaning black, dark.-----
MELANTHAEnglishEnglishname thought to probably be an elaborated form of the Greek word anthos meaning flower.-----
MELANYEnglishVariant spelling of English Melanie meaning black, dark.-----
MELBAEnglishFrom the surname of a 19th century singer who took the name from the city of her birth Melbourne Australia meaning mill stream.-----
MELIAEnglishShort form of English Amelia meaning work.-----
MELICENTEnglishVariant spelling of English Millicent meaning strong worker.-----
MELINDAEnglishModern English compound name composed of Mel from Melissa sweet or Melanie black, dark and Linda serpent, hence black/dark serpent or sweet serpent.-----
MELIORAEnglishModern English name derived from the Latin word meliora meaning always improving.-----
MELISAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Melissa meaning honey sap.-----
MELISSAEnglish Greek name derived from the word melissa meaning honey sap. In mythology this is the name of a nymph who cared for Zeus in his infancy.-----
MELLEEnglishBreton form of English Mary meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MELLONYEnglishVariant spelling of English Melanie meaning black, dark.-----
MELODYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning melody.-----
MELVAEnglishFeminine form of English Melvin meaning bad settlement.-----
MELVEENEnglishFeminine form of English Melvin meaning bad settlement.-----
MELYSSAEnglishModern English variant spelling of Greek Melissa meaning honey sap.-----
MERCEDESEnglishSpanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary Maria de las Mercedes Mary of Mercies meaning mercies.-----
MERCIAEnglishLatin form of English Mercy meaning mercy.-----
MERCYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning forgiveness, mercy.-----
MEREDITHEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Welsh Meredydd probably meaning sea day or sea sun.-----
MERIDETHEnglishFeminine variant of English unisex Meredith meaning sea day or sea sun.-----
MERIELEnglishVariant spelling of English Muriel meaning sea bright.-----
MERILYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Marilyn meaning rebel lake.-----
MERITCompareEnglishwith another form of Merit.1. English name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin meritus meaning deserving.-----
MERIWETHEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a byname for someone having a sunny disposition composed of the Middle English elements merry cheerful, lively and wether weather, hence cheerful weather.-----
MERLAEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Merle meaning blackbird.-----
MERLEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Old French word merle meaning blackbird. It first came to public notice in the 1930s with the actress Merle Oberon and is mostly given to girls.-----
MERLETTAEnglishFeminine pet form of English unisex Merle meaning blackbird.-----
MERLYNEnglishUnisex form of English Merlin meaning sea fort.-----
MERRILLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the personal name Meriel meaning sea bright.-----
MERRILYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Marilyn meaning rebel lake.-----
MERRITTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the Old English term moere gaet meaning boundary gate.-----
MERRYEnglishOriginally a form of English Mercy forgiveness, mercy, today it this name is usually chosen form its association with the word cheerful and jolly.-----
MERYLEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Merrill meaning sea bright.-----
MERYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Merrill meaning sea bright.-----
MICHAELAEnglishFeminine form of English Michael meaning who is like God-----
MICHALEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Miykal meaning who is like God. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of king Saul. Compare with masculine Michal.-----
MICHAYLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Michaela meaning who is like God-----
MICHELLEEnglishFeminine form of French Michel meaning who is like God-----
MICHELYNEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Micheline meaning who is like God-----
MICKEYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Michael and Michaela both meaning who is like God-----
MIDGEEnglishVariant spelling of English Madge meaning pearl.-----
MIGNONEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word mignon meaning charming, delicate, pretty.-----
MIGNONETTEEnglishEnglish name derived from a diminutive form of the French word mignon charming delicate pretty hence little delicate one.-----
MIKAYLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Michaela meaning who is like God-----
MIKKIEnglishPet form of English Michaela meaning who is like God-----
MILDREDEnglishModern spelling of Middle English Mildredd meaning gentle strength.-----
MILDREDDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Mildryth meaning gentle strength.-----
MILDRETHEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Mildryth meaning gentle strength.-----
MILICENTEnglishVariant spelling of English Milisent meaning strong worker.-----
MILISENTEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Norman French Melisent meaning strong worker.-----
MILLAEnglishEnglish short form of Roman Latin Camilla possibly meaning attendant for a temple .-----
MILLESANTEnglishVariant spelling of English Milisent meaning strong worker.-----
MILLICENTEnglishVariant spelling of English Milicent meaning strong worker.-----
MILLIEEnglishPet form of English Milicent meaning strong worker.-----
MILLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Millie meaning strong worker.-----
MINDYEnglishPet form of English Melinda meaning black/dark serpent or sweet serpent.-----
MINNIEEnglishPet form of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet.-----
MINTAEnglishEnglish form of Latin Mintha meaning mint.-----
MINTYEnglishPet form of English Minta meaning mint.-----
MIRAVariantEnglishspelling of English Myra meaning myrrh. Compare with other forms of Mira.-----
MIRABELEnglishEnglish name derived from French Mirabelle meaning wonderful.-----
MIRACLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin miraculum meaning marvel, wonder.-----
MIRANDAEnglishEnglish Shakespearean name derived from Latin mirandus meaning worthy of admiration.-----
MIRIAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Miryam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion. In the bible this is the name of a woman of Judah and the sister of Aaron and Moses.-----
MISSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Missy meaning honey sap.-----
MISSYEnglishPet form of English Melissa meaning honey sap.-----
MISTIEnglishVariant spelling of English Misty meaning dim, cloudy, vague.-----
MISTYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning dim, cloudy, vague. It is often chosen as a name because of the mental images it evokes such as a misty autumn morning or a hazy tropical island.-----
MOEnglishPet form of English Maureen meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.Compare with masculine Mo.-----
MODESTYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Middle French modestie from Latin modestus meaning moderate, sober.-----
MOIRAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Maire meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MOLLEnglishShort form of English Molly meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MOLLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Molly meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MOLLYEnglishPet form of English Mary meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MONAEnglishCompare with another form of Mona.1. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muadhnait meaning little noble one.-----
MONATEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muadhnait meaning little noble one.-----
MONDAYEnglishEnglish name derived from the week day name composed of the Old English elements mona moon and dg day, hence moon day.-----
MONICAEnglishLatin name possibly derived from the Latin word monere meaning advise, counsel.-----
MONIKAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Monica possibly meaning advise, counsel.-----
MONNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Mona meaning little noble one or advise, counsel.-----
MONTAEnglishFeminine form of English Monty meaning pointed hill.-----
MONTANAEnglishEnglish name derived from the state name meaning mountainous.-----
MORAEnglishEnglish pet form of names beginning with Mor .-----
MOREENEnglishAnglicized pet form of Irish Gaelic Mr meaning great.-----
MORGANWelshEnglishname derived from ancient Celtic Morcant probably meaning sea circle.In use by the English as a unisex name.-----
MORGANAEnglishElaborated form of Welsh Morgan probably meaning sea circle.-----
MORGANEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Morgaine probably meaning sea circle.-----
MORGENEnglishVariant spelling of English Morgan probably meaning sea circle.-----
MORIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Mowriyah meaning chosen by God. In the bible this is the name of the mountain where Abraham prepared to sacrifice Isaac to God.-----
MORNAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish and Scottish Gaelic Muirne meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MORVENEnglishEnglish name derived from the Scottish place name Morvern from Gaelic Mhorbhairne meaning the big gap.-----
MOULDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Mauld meaning mighty in battle.-----
MOYNAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Moina meaning gentle, soft.-----
MOYRAEnglishVariant spelling of English Moira meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MURIELEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Muireall meaning sea bright.-----
MYAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Danish/Swedish Mia meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion, or Greek Maia meaning mother.-----
MYRAEnglishEnglish name invented by the 17th century poet Fulke Greville which may have been based on the Greek word myrrha myrrh, a fragrant bitter sap derived from the Commiphora tree and used in healing salves perfumes and incenses. In ancient times myrrh was worth more than its weight in gold priced at 5 times that of frankincense and it was one of the gifts of the Magi to the baby Jesus.-----
MYRANDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Miranda meaning worthy of admiration.-----
MYRIAMEnglishVariant spelling of English Miriam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MYRNAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muirne meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MYRTIEEnglishPet form of English Myrtle meaning little myrtle.-----
MYRTLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word myrtle the name of a flowering shrub or tree derived from the Old French diminutive myrtille meaning little myrtle.-----
NADIAEnglishEnglishform of Russian Nadya meaning hope. Compare with another form of Nadia.-----
NADINEEnglishPet form of French Nadiya meaning hope.-----
NANEnglishShort form of English Nancy meaning favor grace.-----
NANAPetEnglishform of English Nancy meaning favor grace. Compare with other forms of Nana.-----
NANCYEnglishEnglish diminutive form of French Anne meaning favor grace.-----
NANETTEEnglishDiminutive form of English Nan favor grace hence little favorable one or little graceful one.-----
NANNAEnglishPet form of English Nancy meaning favor grace. Compare with another form of Nanna.-----
NANNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Nanny meaning favor grace.-----
NANNYEnglishEnglish pet form of French Anne meaning favor grace.-----
NAOMIAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew No omiy meaning my delight, my pleasantness. In the bible this is the name of the mother in law of Ruth. Compare with another form of Naomi.-----
NATALEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Natalie meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.-----
NATALIEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Natalia meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.-----
NATILLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Natalie meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.-----
NATISHAEnglishEnglish altered form of Russian Natasha meaning birthday, or in Church Latin Christmas day.-----
NEHUSHTAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Nechushta meaning brass. In the bible this is the name of the wife of King Jehoiakim the mother of Jehoiachin.-----
NEILEEnglishFeminine form of English Neil meaning champion.-----
NEILINAEnglishPet form of English Neile meaning champion. In use by the Scottish.-----
NELDAEnglishOld English name meaning lives by the alder trees.-----
NELLEnglishPet form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
NELLAEnglishPet form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
NELLEEnglishPet form of English Eleanor meaning foreign the other.-----
NELLIEEnglishDiminutive form of English Nell meaning foreign the other.-----
NELLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Nellie meaning foreign the other.-----
NENAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of French Nina meaning favor grace. Compare with other forms of Nena.-----
NERINEEnglishFeminine form of Greek Nereus meaning daughter of Nereus or sea sprite or wet one. It is also the name of a genus of plants native to South Africa but now spread worldwide. It is a bulb plant that produces beautiful pink funnel shaped flowers in the fall similar to the Belladonna Lily though smaller.In use by the English.-----
NERISSAEnglishEnglish Shakespeare creation derived from Greek Nereis meaning nymph, sea sprite.-----
NESSAShortEnglishform of English Vanessa possibly meaning to appear. Compare with other forms of Nessa.-----
NESSIEEnglishPet form of English Vanessa possibly meaning to appear.-----
NETTAPetEnglishform of English names ending with the sound of net.Compare with another form of Netta.-----
NETTIEEnglishPet form of English names ending with the sound of net.-----
NEVAOldEnglishEnglish name meaning new. Compare with other forms of Neva.-----
NEVADAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the U.S. state name meaning snow capped.-----
NEVAEHEnglishModern English name created by spelling heaven backwards.-----
NEVEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Niamh meaning beauty, brightness.-----
NICHOLAEnglishFeminine form of English Nicholas meaning victor of the people.-----
NICHOLEEnglishEnglish form of French Nicole meaning victor of the people.-----
NICKYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Nichola/Nichole and Nicholas meaning victor of the people.-----
NICOLAEnglishFeminine form of Italian Nicolo meaning victor of the people.-----
NICOLEEnglishFeminine form of French Nicolas meaning victor of the people.-----
NICOLETTEEnglishPet form of French Nicole meaning victor of the people.-----
NIGELIAEnglishFeminine form of English Nigel meaning champion.-----
NIKKIEnglishPet form of English Nichole meaning victor of the people.-----
NIKKOLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Nichole meaning victor of the people.-----
NINAEnglish Hebrew 1. Hebrew name meaning granddaughter or great granddaughter.-----
NIRVANAEnglishModern English name derived from the Sanskrit word nirvana meaning disappearance, extinction of the soul .-----
NOAEnglishVariant spelling of English Noah meaning motion.-----
NOAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew No ah meaning motion. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Zelophehad. Compare with masculine Noah.-----
NOELEEnglishEnglish form of French Noele meaning day of birth.-----
NOELENEEnglishPet form of English Noele meaning day of birth.-----
NOELLAEnglishPet form of English Noelle meaning day of birth.-----
NOELLEEnglishEnglish form of French Noelle meaning day of birth.-----
NOLAEnglishFeminine form of English Nolan meaning little champion or little chariot fighter.-----
NOLENEEnglishFeminine form of English Nolan meaning little champion or little chariot fighter.-----
NONAOldEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin nonus meaning ninth. Usually given to the ninth born child if it is female. Compare with another form of Nona.-----
NONIEnglishVariant form of Old English Nona meaning ninth.-----
NONIEVariantEnglishspelling of Old English Noni meaning ninth. Compare with another form of Nonie.-----
NORAEnglishEnglishform of Irish Nora meaning honor, valor. Compare with another form of Nora.-----
NORAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Nora meaning honor, valor.-----
NORBERTAEnglishFeminine form of Old French Norbert meaning bright northman or famous northman.-----
NOREENEnglishPet form of Irish Nora meaning honor, valor.-----
NORENEEnglishVariant spelling of Irish Noreen meaning honor, valor.-----
NORMAFeminineEnglishform of English Norman meaning northman. Compare with another form of Norma.-----
NOVAModernEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin novus meaning new. Compare with another form of Nova.-----
NUBIAEnglishFrom the African country name itself possibly from the Egyptian word nbw meaning gold.-----
NYDIAEnglishCreated by author Edward Bulwer Lytton for the heroine of his 1834 novel The Last Days of Pompeii possibly derived from the Latin word nidus meaning nest.-----
NYREEEnglishEnglish form of Maori Ngaire possibly meaning flax.-----
OANEZEnglishBreton form of English Agnes meaning chaste holy.-----
OCEANEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin Oceanus from Greek Okeanos meaning ocean.-----
OCTAVIAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Octavius meaning eighth.-----
ODAEnglishEnglishname derived from Greek oide meaning song. Compare with another form of Oda.-----
OHNDREAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
OHNDREEAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
OHNDRIAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
OLIVEEnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name olive, from Latin oliva from Greek elaia the name of a Mediterranean fruit bearing evergreen tree. The name was popular in the 19th century because the olive branch has been a symbol of peace since biblical times.-----
OLIVETTEEnglishPet form of English Olive meaning olive tree.-----
OLIVIAEnglishEnglish name created by Shakespeare who may have intended it to be a feminine form of Oliver probably meaning elf army.-----
OLLIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Oliver and Olivia both probably meaning elf army.-----
OLYVIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Olivia probably meaning elf army.-----
OMEGAEnglish English unisex name derived from the last letter of the Greek alphabet. This name was used occasionally by Victorian parents for a last born child.-----
ONAVariantEnglishspelling of English Oona possibly meaning famine, hunger. Compare with another form of Ona.-----
ONDREAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ONDREEAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ONDRIAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ONEIDAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the Iroquois tribe meaning standing stone, upright stone.-----
ONNDREAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ONNDRIAEnglishVariant form of English Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
OONAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic na possibly meaning famine, hunger.-----
OONAGHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic na possibly meaning famine, hunger.-----
OPALEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the gemstone from Greek opallios from Sanskrit utpala meaning gem, precious stone. This is the birthstone for the month of October.-----
OPALINEEnglishElaborated form of English Opal meaning gem, precious stone.-----
OPHELIAEnglish Greek Feminine form of Greek Ophelos meaning help. This name was used by Shakespeare for an ill omened character in Hamlet.-----
OPRAHEnglishFeminine variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ophrah meaning fawn.-----
ORAEnglishEnglishunisex name derived from Latin orare meaning to pray. Compare with another form of Ora.-----
ORABELEnglishEnglish name derived from Italian Orabella meaning golden beautiful.-----
ORALEEVariantEnglishspelling of English Oralie meaning golden. Compare with another form of Oralee.-----
ORALIEEnglishEnglish form of French Aurelie meaning golden.-----
ORCHIDEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Greek orkhis meaning testicle, from Proto Indo European orghi the base root for for the word testicle. The plant was given this name because of the shape of its root.-----
ORIANAEnglishLatin name first found in the medieval romance Amadis of Gaul as the name of the king s daughter who married the Gaulish knight Amadis possibly from the medieval Latin word oroana meaning golden.-----
ORIANEEnglishFrench from of Latin Oriana possibly meaning golden.-----
ORIANNEEnglishVariant spelling of French Oriane possibly meaning golden.-----
ORLAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic rfhlaith meaning gold princess.-----
ORLAGHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic rfhlaith meaning gold princess.-----
ORLENDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Italian Orlanda meaning famous land.-----
ORMONDAEnglishFeminine form of English Ormond meaning descendant of Ruadh.-----
ORNAVariantEnglishspelling of English Ornat meaning little sallow one. Compare with another form of Orna.-----
ORNATAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Odharnait meaning little sallow one. Compare with another form of Ornat.-----
OSSIAEnglishFeminine form of English Ossian meaning little deer.-----
OWENAEnglishFeminine form of English and Welsh Owen meaning born of yew.-----
PAGEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a status name for a young boy who was apprenticed to a knight hence page young servant.-----
PAGETEnglishFeminine diminutive form of English unisex Page meaning little patrician little servant.-----
PAIGEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Page meaning page young servant.-----
PAISEEnglishShort form of English unisex Paisley meaning church.-----
PAISLEYEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Paislig possibly meaning church.-----
PAMEnglishShort form of English Pamela meaning all honey.-----
PAMELAEnglishEnglish name created by Sir Philip Sidney for his 1590 poem Arcadia. It is composed of the Greek elements pan all and meli honey, hence all honey.-----
PAMELIAEnglishElaborated form of English Pamela meaning all honey.-----
PAMELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Pamela meaning all honey.-----
PAMILAEnglishVariant spelling of English Pamela meaning all honey.-----
PANSYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from the Old French word pensee meaning thought.-----
PARISEnglishModern English unisex name derived from the French capital city Paris from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii who once lived on the site. Compare with strictly masculine Paris.-----
PARRISEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Paris a modern name derived from the French capital city Paris from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii who once lived on the site.-----
PATEnglishEnglish unisex short form of English Patrick and Latin Patricia meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PATIENCEEnglishA Christian virtue name derived from the English vocabulary word patience from Latin pati meaning to suffer. The Puritans considered it virtuous to suffer misfortune and persecution without complaint or loss of faith.-----
PATRICIAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Patricius meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PATSYEnglishEnglish unisex name meaning patrician of noble birth. It is a pet form of both English Patrick and Latin Patricia.-----
PATTIEnglishVariant spelling of English Pattie meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PATTIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Patty meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PATTYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Patricia meaning patrician of noble birth.-----
PAULAEnglishEnglish feminine form of English/French Paul meaning small.-----
PAULEENEnglishPet form of English Paula meaning small.-----
PAULENEEnglishPet form of English Paula meaning small.-----
PAULETTAEnglishPet form of English Paula meaning small.-----
PAULETTEEnglishPet form of French Paule meaning small.-----
PAULINAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Paulinus meaning small.-----
PAULINEEnglishFrench form of Latin Paulina meaning small.-----
PAYTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a place name composed of Old English Pga and the word tun enclosure, settlement, hence Pga s settlement.-----
PEACEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning peace.-----
PEARLEnglishEnglish gem name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin perla meaning pearl. The pearl is the birthstone for the month of June.-----
PEARLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Pearl meaning pearl.-----
PEARLIEEnglishPet form of English Pearl meaning pearl.-----
PEGEnglishShort form of English Peggy meaning pearl.-----
PEGGIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Peggy meaning pearl.-----
PEGGYEnglishPet form of English Peg meaning pearl. It is a variant spelling of Meggie the pet form of Meg. The reason for the change from M to P, which also occurs in Molly and Polly is not known.-----
PENEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Penelope meaning weaver of cunning.-----
PENEEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Penelope meaning weaver of cunning.-----
PENELOPEEnglishLatin form of Greek Penelopeia meaning weaver of cunning. In mythology this is the name of the patient wife of Odysseus who waited ten years for his return during which she refused several proposals of marriage by princes.-----
PENINAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Peninnah meaning coral or pearl.-----
PENINNAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Peninnah meaning coral or pearl.-----
PENNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Penny meaning weaver of cunning.-----
PENNYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Penelope meaning weaver of cunning.-----
PEONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name peony which was named after the physician god Pon because the flower was formerly used in medicine.-----
PERDITAEnglishEnglish name created by Shakespeare derived from the Latin word perditus meaning lost.-----
PERLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Pearlie meaning pearl.-----
PERONELEnglishMedieval English contracted form of Roman Latin Petronel meaning little rock.-----
PERONELLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Peronel meaning little rock.-----
PERSEPHONEEnglish Greek name probably composed of the elements perso person human being and phonos murderer, slayer, hence person slayer. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of the underworld a daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Her Roman name is Proserpina.-----
PETRAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Petrus meaning rock, stone.-----
PETULAEnglishPossibly an English Christian coinage derived from Latin petulare meaning to ask, hence supplicant.-----
PETUNIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from French petun an obsolete word for the tobacco plant.-----
PEYTONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Payton meaning Pga s settlement.-----
PHEBEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Phoebe meaning shining one.-----
PHEMIEEnglishShort form of English Euphemie meaning Well I speak.-----
PHEOBEEnglishModern English variant spelling of Latin Phoebe meaning shining one.-----
PHILIPAEnglishFeminine form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILIPPAEnglishFeminine form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILIPPINAEnglishAnglicized form of Spanish Felipina meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILISEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Phyllis meaning foliage.-----
PHILLIDAEnglishVariant spelling of Greek Phyllida meaning foliage. In use by the English.-----
PHILLIPAEnglishFeminine form of English Philip meaning lover of horses.-----
PHILLISEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Phyllis meaning foliage.-----
PHOEBEEnglishLatin form of Greek Phoibe meaning shining one. In mythology this is the name of a Titan goddess of bright intellect.-----
PHOENIXEnglishLatin form of Greek Phoinix meaning crimson. In mythology this is the name of an immortal bird who would rise from its own ashes after being consumed by fire every 500 years. The name has been adopted into English use as a unisex name.-----
PHRONAEnglishEnglish short form of Greek Sophronia meaning self controlled.-----
PHYLISSEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Phyllis meaning foliage.-----
PHYLLIDAEnglishFeminine form of Greek Phyllidos meaning foliage. In use by the English.-----
PHYLLISEnglish Feminine form of Greek Phyllidos meaning foliage. In mythology this is the name of a girl who killed herself over love and was transformed into an almond tree meaning foliage.-----
PIETYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning piety.-----
PIPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from Middle English pipere meaning pipe player.-----
PIPPAEnglishPet form of English Philippa meaning lover of horses. It is the feminine equivalent of masculine Pip.-----
PLEASANCEEnglishEnglish form of Old French Plaisance meaning pleasant.-----
PLEASANTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply pleasant.-----
PNEUMAEnglish English name derived from Greek pneuma meaning breath, or metaphorically a non material being or influence i.e. spirit.-----
POLLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Polly meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
POLLYAlternateEnglishform of English Molly obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.The reason for the change from M to P is not known.-----
POLLYANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Polly obstinate, rebellious and Anna favor, grace.-----
POPPYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Latin papaver which may be a reduplication of the base *pap meaning to swell.-----
PORTIAEnglishEnglish Shakespeare character name derived from Roman Latin Porcius meaning pig. A moon of Uranus was given this name.-----
POSEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Posy meaning both bouquet, flower and God shall add another son .-----
POSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Posy meaning both bouquet, flower and God shall add another son .-----
POSYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name which originally meant a line of verse engraved on the inner surface of a ring, but later acquired the meaning bouquet, flower.-----
PRAISEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word praise, from Old French preisier from Late Latin preciare meaning price, hence to value.-----
PRIMROSEEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name from Latin prima rosa meaning first rose.-----
PRIMULAEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin prima meaning first, prime.-----
PRINCESSEnglishEnglish name derived from the title itself from Old French princesse a feminine form of Prince meaning chief, first.-----
PRISEnglishEnglish short form of Roman Latin Priscilla meaning ancient.-----
PRISCILLAEnglishLatin form of Greek Priskilla meaning ancient. In the New Testament bible this is the name of Aquila s wife.-----
PRISSYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Priscilla meaning ancient.-----
PRUEnglishShort form of English Prudence cautious and Prunella little prune.-----
PRUDENCEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Prudentia meaning cautious. This is a virtue name popular with the Puritans. Some others are Charity Chastity Faith Honor and Hope.-----
PRUEEnglishShort form of English Prudence cautious and Prunella little prune.-----
PRUNELLAEnglishEnglish name composed of Latin pruna plum and a diminutive suffix hence little prune.-----
PURDIEEnglishPet form of English Perdita meaning lost.-----
QIANAEnglishModern English name derived from the name of a silky nylon fiber developed by DuPont in 1968.-----
QUANDAEnglishOld English name meaning companion.-----
QUANNAEnglishAfrican American name of uncertain origin possibly a variant form of the masculine Comanche name Quanah meaning fragrant.-----
QUEENEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word queen from Old English cwen queen, from Germanic kwen meaning wife.-----
QUEENAEnglishElaborated form of English Queen meaning queen or wife.-----
QUEENIEEnglishPet form of English Queen meaning queen or wife.-----
QUELLAEnglishOld English name derived from the word cweald meaning kill.-----
QUENBYEnglishOld English name meaning queen s castle.-----
QUIANAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hawaiian Kiana meaning divine, heavenly.-----
QUIANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Quiana meaning divine, heavenly.-----
QUIBILAHEnglishEgyptian name meaning peaceful.-----
QUILLAEnglishMiddle English name meaning feather, quill.-----
QUINTAEnglishFeminine form of English Quintin meaning fifth.-----
RACHAELEnglishVariant form of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RACHEALEnglishVariant spelling of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RACHELCompareEnglishwith another form of Rachel.1. Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Raghnaid meaning battle counsel.-----
RACHELLEEnglishVariant form of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RACHYLEnglishVariant form of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RACQUELEnglishVariant form of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RAEEnglishEnglish name possibly derived from the vocabulary word ray meaning sunbeam.-----
RAELENEEnglishElaborated form of English Rae possibly meaning sunbeam.-----
RAELYNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Rae sunbeam and Lyn lake, hence sunbeam lake.-----
RAHABEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Rhaab/Rhachab and Hebrew Rachab meaning ample, broad, spacious, wide. In the bible this is the name of a harlot of Jericho who aided the spies in their escape and was saved from destruction.-----
RAHELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Rachel meaning ewe. In the bible this is the name of Jacob s favorite wife and mother of Joseph and Benjamin.-----
RAINEnglishModern English name either derived from from the vocabulary word or a revival of the medieval English personal name Rayne meaning queen. Compare with masculine Rain.-----
RALPHINAEnglishFeminine form of English Ralph meaning wise wolf.-----
RANDAEnglishShort form of English Miranda meaning worthy of admiration.-----
RANDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Randy meaning worthy of admiration.-----
RANDYEnglishPet form of English Miranda meaning worthy of admiration.Compare with masculine Randy.-----
RAPHAELAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Greek Raphael meaning healed of God or whom God has healed.-----
RASCHELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RAVENEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the bird name raven from Old English hrfn so called from the harsh sounds it makes.-----
RAVENNAEnglishEither from the Italian city name of unknown meaning or a feminine form of English unisex Raven meaning raven the bird .-----
RAYLENEEnglishFeminine form of English Ray meaning wise protector.-----
RAYMONDAEnglishFeminine form of English Raymond meaning wise protector.-----
RAYNEEnglishMedieval English name derived from Old French reine Latin regina meaning queen. Compare with another form of Rayne.-----
REAGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Riagain descendant of Riagan, hence furious, impulsive.-----
REANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Rhianna meaning maiden.-----
REBAPetEnglishform of English Rebecca and Rebekah meaning ensnarer.Compare with another form of Reba.-----
REBECCAEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Rhebekka meaning ensnarer. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Isaac.-----
REBECCAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Rebecca meaning ensnarer.-----
REBECCANNEEnglishCompound name composed of English Rebecca ensnarer and French Anne favor, grace.-----
REBECKAVariantEnglishspelling of English Rebekah meaning ensnarer. Compare with another form of Rebecka.-----
REBECKAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Rebekah meaning ensnarer.-----
REBEKAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ribqah meaning ensnarer. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Isaac.-----
REENEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Renee meaning reborn.-----
REENIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Irene meaning peace.-----
REETAEnglishEnglishvariant spelling of Spanish Rita meaning pearl. Compare with another form of Reeta.-----
REGANEnglishEnglish Shakespearian name possibly derived from the Irish Gaelic word riogan meaning queen.-----
REGANAEnglishElaborated form of English Regan meaning queen.-----
REGENAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Regina meaning queen.-----
REGINAEnglishLatin name meaning queen.-----
REILLYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Riley meaning rye meadow.-----
RENIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Irene meaning peace.-----
RETHAEnglishShort form of English Aretha meaning virtue.-----
REXANAEnglishVariant spelling of English Rexanne meaning queen.-----
REXANNEEnglishFeminine form of English Rex king hence queen.-----
RHEANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Rhianna meaning maiden.-----
RHETAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Rita meaning pearl.-----
RHETTAEnglishFeminine form of English Rhett meaning advice.-----
RHIANNAEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Welsh Rhian meaning maiden.-----
RHODAEnglishLatin form of Greek Rhode meaning rose. In the bible this is the name of a servant in the house of Mary.-----
RHONAEnglishOld Scottish name possibly meant to be a feminine form of English/Scottish Ronald meaning wise ruler.-----
RHONDAEnglishEnglish name derived from a Welsh place name Rhondda Valley which was named after the river running through it meaning noisy.-----
RIAEnglishEnglishshort form of Latin Maria obstinate, rebellious and Victoria conqueror. Compare with another form of Ria.-----
RICHARDAEnglishFeminine form of English Richard meaning powerful ruler.-----
RICHARDINEEnglishFeminine form of English Richard meaning powerful ruler.-----
RICHELLEEnglishPet form of English Richarda meaning powerful ruler.-----
RICHENDRAEnglishFeminine form of English Richard meaning powerful ruler.-----
RICKENAEnglishFeminine form of English Rick meaning powerful ruler.-----
RIKAEnglishEnglishshort form of names ending with NAME Compare with another form of Rika.-----
RILEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a place name composed of the Old English elements ryge rye and leah clearing, meadow, hence rye meadow.-----
RIMONEnglishUnisex form of English Rimmon meaning pomegranate.-----
RINAEnglishShort form of Roman Latin Marina meaning of the sea.-----
RIOEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Spanish word for river.-----
RIPLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements ripel strip of land and leah clearing, meadow, hence cleared strip of land.-----
RITAShortEnglishform of Spanish Marguerita meaning pearl.-----
RIZPAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ritspah meaning hot coal or pavement. In the bible this is the name of one of King Saul s concubines.-----
ROBBIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
ROBERTAEnglish1 Feminine form of English Robert meaning bright fame.-----
ROBINUnisexEnglishpet form of English Robert and Roberta meaning bright fame. This name is also sometimes given as a bird name.-----
ROBINAEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Robin meaning bright fame.-----
ROBYNNEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Robin meaning bright fame.-----
RONEnglish Hebrew unisex name meaning joy, song. Compare with strictly masculine Ron.-----
RONAVariantEnglishspelling of English/Scottish Rhona meaning wise ruler. Compare with another form of Rona.-----
RONALDAEnglishFeminine form of English/Scottish Ronald meaning wise ruler.-----
RONDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Rhonda meaning noisy.-----
RONIEnglishEnglishshort form of Latin Veronica meaning bringer of victory. Compare with another form of Roni.-----
RONITEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Rathnait meaning little prosperous one. Compare with another form of Ronit.-----
RONNETTEEnglishPet form of English Ronnie meaning bringer of victory.-----
RONNIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Veronica meaning bringer of victory. Compare with masculine Ronnie.-----
ROSShortEnglishform of English Rosalind meaning weak horse.Compare with another form of Ros.-----
ROSAMedievalEnglishLatin name meaning rose. Compare with another form of Rosa.-----
ROSABELEnglishEnglish form of Italian Rosabella meaning beautiful rose.-----
ROSALEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSALINEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSALINAEnglishLatin form of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSALINDEnglishOften translated lovely rose using Latin elements this name was introduced to Britain by the Normans and is therefore more likely to be of Germanic origin probably composed of the elements hros horse and lind weak, tender, hence weak horse.-----
ROSALINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSALYNEnglishMedieval English form of Germanic Rosalind meaning weak horse.-----
ROSALYNNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSAMONDEnglishVariant spelling of German Rosamund meaning horse protection.-----
ROSANNAEnglishItalian compound name composed of Rosa rose and Anna favor, grace, hence rose of grace.-----
ROSANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of Italian Rosanna meaning rose of grace.-----
ROSANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Rose rose and French Anne favor grace, hence rose of grace.-----
ROSASHARNEnglishEnglish flower name meaning Rose of Sharon. This was the name of a character in John Steinbeck s novel The Grapes of Wrath.-----
ROSEEnglishToday this English name is most often given as a flower name or used as a short form of the herb name Rosemary. However it was in use throughout the Middle Ages long before herb and flower names became popular and probably originated as a short form of longer Germanic names containing the word hrod meaning horse.-----
ROSEANNEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosanne meaning rose of grace.-----
ROSEANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosanne meaning rose of grace.-----
ROSELYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSEMARIEEnglishGerman compound name composed of Rose rose and Marie obstinate, rebellious.-----
ROSEMARYEnglishEnglishname derived from the herb name rosemary, from Latin rosmarinus composed of ros dew and marinus the sea, literally meaning dew of the sea. In some cases the name may be a compound of Rose rose and Mary obstinate, rebellious.-----
ROSHEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Roisin meaning little rose.-----
ROSIEEnglishPet form of English Rose meaning rose.-----
ROSLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosalyn meaning weak horse.-----
ROSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosie meaning rose.-----
ROWANEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning rowan tree. Compare with masculine Rowan.-----
ROWANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Rowan meaning rowan tree.-----
ROWENAEnglishThis name first appears in the chronicles of Geoffrey of Monmouth Sir Walter Scott then brought the name to the public s attention by using it to name a character in his novel Ivanhoe. It is the Latin form of an uncertain Anglo Saxon name perhaps Hrodwyn meaning famous joy.-----
ROWINAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Rowena possibly meaning famous joy.-----
ROXANAEnglishLatin form of Persian Rousanak meaning dawn. This was the name of a wife of Alexander the Great.-----
ROXANEEnglishFrench form of Latin Roxana meaning dawn.-----
ROXANNAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Roxana meaning dawn.-----
ROXANNEEnglishVariant spelling of French Roxane meaning dawn. This is the preferred spelling used by the English.-----
ROXIEEnglishEnglish pet form of French Roxanne meaning dawn.-----
ROXYEnglishVariant spelling of English Roxie meaning dawn.-----
ROYSEEnglishMedieval English name derived from Latin Rohesia which is probably a horse related name.-----
ROZEnglishShort form of English Rosalind meaning weak horse.-----
ROZANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Rosanne meaning rose of grace.-----
ROZENNEnglishBreton name meaning rose.-----
RUBIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ruby meaning ruby.-----
RUBINAEnglishElaborated form of English Ruby meaning ruby.-----
RUBYEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the precious stone from Latin ruber meaning red. This is the birthstone for July. Compare with masculine Ruby.-----
RUBYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ruby meaning red or ruby.-----
RUTHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ruwth appearance or friendship and Greek Rhouth a female friend . In the bible this is the name of a Moabite who marries Naomi s son an ancestor of David and of Christ.-----
RUTHIEEnglishPet form of English Ruth meaning appearance or a female friend.-----
RYANAEnglishFeminine form of English Ryan little king meaning little queen.-----
RYANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ryana meaning little queen.-----
RYLEEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Riley meaning rye meadow.-----
SABELLAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Isabella meaning God is my oath.-----
SABINAAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh meaning sweet. Compare with another form of Sabina.-----
SABLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning black, as a heraldic color. It is sometimes confused with the mammal of the same name but which has brown fur not black and which has a different origin.-----
SABRINAEnglishLatin form of Severn the name of a river in England where a Celtic goddess dwelt. The Old Welsh form of Severn is Habren.The name is of uncertain origin possibly from Hebrew Sabra the name for a native born Israeli meaning thorny cactus.-----
SABRYNAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Sabrina possibly meaning thorny cactus.-----
SADIEEnglishOld English diminutive form of Hebrew Sarah meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SAFFIEEnglishPet form of English Saffron meaning saffron the spice .-----
SAFFRONEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the spice which comes from the crocus flower ultimately from Arabic afar meaning yellow.-----
SAGEEnglishEnglish unisex name which can mean either sage the spice or profoundly wise one.-----
SALEnglishShort form of English Sally meaning noble lady, princess. Compare with masculine Sal.-----
SALALEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the Salal berry plant used in making jams and jellies.-----
SALENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Selina meaning moon.-----
SALINAEnglishVariant spelling of English Selina possibly meaning moon.-----
SALLIEnglishVariant spelling of English Sally meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SALLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sally meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SALLYEnglishOriginally an English pet form of Hebrew Sarah meaning noble lady, princess, it is now given as an independent name.-----
SALOMEEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Salome meaning peaceful. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a woman who witnessed Christ s crucifixion. It is also said by the historian Josephus to have been the name of the daughter of Herodias consort of Herod Antipas who demanded the head of John the Baptist after dancing for Herod.-----
SAMEnglishUnisex short form of English Samantha and Samuel both meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SAMANTAEnglishItalian form of English Samantha meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SAMANTHAEnglishAmerican name of uncertain origin probably intended to be a feminine form of English Samuel meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SAMMIEnglishPet form of English Samantha meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SAMMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Sammy meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SAMMYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Samantha and Samuel both meaning heard of God, his name is El, or name of God.-----
SANDIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
SANDRAShortEnglishform of Italian Alessandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
SANDYEnglishEnglish unisex pet form of Latin Alexandra and English Alexander both meaning defender of mankind.-----
SAPPHIREEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning sapphire. This is a birthstone for the month of August.-----
SARAEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Sarra meaning noble lady, princess.In the bible this is the name that God gave to Sarai wife of Abraham. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe Dutch German Greek Italian Polish Portuguese Spanish Scandinavian and Slovene.-----
SARAHEnglish Hebrew name meaning noble lady, princess. In the bible this is the name that God gave to Sarai wife of Abraham.-----
SARAHJEANNEEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Hebrew Sarah noble lady, princess and French Jeanne God is gracious.-----
SARANNAEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Hebrew Sarah noble lady, princess and Latin Anna favor, grace.-----
SARIAHEnglishEnglish elaborated form of Hebrew Sarah meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SARINAEnglishVariant spelling of English Serena meaning serene, tranquil.-----
SAUNDRAEnglishScottish diminutive form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
SAVANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Savannah meaning savannah.-----
SAVANNAHEnglishEnglish name derived from the Taino word zabana meaning savannah.-----
SCARLETEnglishEnglish color name meaning scarlet red.-----
SCARLETTEnglishEnglish occupational surname for a dyer or seller of fabrics, transferred to forename use derived from Old French escarlate meaning scarlet cloth.-----
SCHEHERAZADEEnglishAnglicized form of Persian Shahrazad meaning city person.-----
SCHOLASTICAEnglishRoman name derived from the Latin word scholasticus meaning scholar.-----
SCHUYLEREnglishDutch surname transferred to English unisex forename use meaning protection, shelter.-----
SCOUTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply scout, used by author Harper Lee for a character in her novel To Kill a Mockingbird.-----
SEANNAEnglishFeminine form of English Sean meaning God is gracious.-----
SEDONAEnglishFrom the name of the state of Arizona in the United States of America a place considered sacred by the Native Americans. It was named after Sedona Miller Schnebly 1877 1950 the wife of the city s first postmaster. Meaning unknown.-----
SELAEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Cela meaning a rock. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of the capital city of Edom possibly an early name for Petra. In use as a unisex name.-----
SELAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Cela meaning a rock. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of the capital city of Edom possibly an early name for Petra. In use as a unisex name.-----
SELBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements selja willow and byr farm, settlement, hence willow settlement.-----
SELINAEnglishPossibly an English form of Latin Selena meaning moon. This name was first recorded in the 17th century.-----
SELMAPossiblyEnglishan English contracted form of Arabic Selima meaning peaceful. Compare with other forms of Selma.-----
SEONAEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seonaid meaning God is gracious.-----
SEPTEMBEREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the month name which was originally the seventh month of the Roman year meaning seventh.-----
SEPTIMAEnglishFeminine form of Roman Latin Septimus meaning seventh.-----
SEQUOIAEnglishFrom the Native American Cherokee name of the giant redwood trees that grow in California. The tree was named after the half blooded scholar George Gist inventor of the Cherokee alphabet. The name Sequoia pig s foot was given to him after a hunting accident disfigured his foot.-----
SERENAEnglishLatin name derived from the word serenus meaning serene, tranquil.-----
SERENITYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning serenity.-----
SERINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Serena meaning serene, tranquil.-----
SERRENAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Serena meaning serene, tranquil.-----
SESSYEnglishPet form of English Cecily meaning blind.-----
SHAEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Shea probably meaning hawk like.-----
SHAELYNEnglishModern English compound name composed of Shae hawk like and Lynn lake.-----
SHANAnglicizedEnglishform of Welsh Sian meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Shan.-----
SHANAAnglicizedEnglishform of Welsh Siani meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Shana.-----
SHANELLEEnglishEither a variant spelling of English Chanel pipeor an elaborated form of English Shan God is gracious.-----
SHANENEEnglishElaborated form of English Shan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHANIAEnglishElaborated form of English Shan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHANICEEnglishElaborated form of English Shan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHANIKAEnglishElaborated form of English Shan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHANIQUAEnglishVariant spelling of English Shanika meaning God is gracious.-----
SHANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Shannah meaning lily.-----
SHANNAHEnglishEnglish name derived from Hebrew Shoshannah meaning lily.-----
SHANNENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Shannon meaning old river or river of wisdom.-----
SHANNONEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of a river in Ireland composed of the Gaelic elements sean old, wise and abhann river, hence old river or river of wisdom.-----
SHANTAEEnglishPet form of English Shantel or Shantelle meaning stony place.-----
SHANTELEnglishVariant spelling of English Chantel meaning stony place.-----
SHANTELLEEnglishElaborated form of English Shantel meaning stony place.-----
SHAQUILAEnglishEnglish variant form of Arabic Shakila meaning beautiful.-----
SHARALYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherilyn meaning darling lake.-----
SHARIEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherry meaning darling.-----
SHARISEEnglishEnglish variant form of French Cerise meaning cherry.-----
SHARLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Charla meaning man.-----
SHARLEENEnglishVariant spelling of English Charlene meaning man.-----
SHARLENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sharleen meaning man.-----
SHARMAINEnglishVariant spelling of English Sharmaine meaning sing.-----
SHARMAINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Charmaine meaning sing.-----
SHARONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Sharown meaning plain, level ground. In the bible this is the name of a valley in Palestine. The name is sometimes given because of its association with the flowering shrub called Rose of Sharon.-----
SHARONAEnglishElaborated form of English Sharon meaning plain, level ground.-----
SHARRONEnglishVariant spelling of English Sharon meaning plain, level ground.-----
SHARYLEnglishVariant spelling of English Cheryl probably meaning darling beryl.-----
SHARYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Sharon meaning plain, level ground.-----
SHAUNAEnglishFeminine form of English Shaun meaning God is gracious.-----
SHAVONNEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Siobhan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHAWNAEnglishFeminine form of English Shawn meaning God is gracious.-----
SHAWNDAEnglishElaborated form of English Shawna meaning God is gracious.-----
SHAWNEEEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of a tribe of Native American people meaning southern people.-----
SHAYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Shea possibly meaning hawk like.-----
SHAYEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Shea possibly meaning hawk like.-----
SHAYLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Sheila meaning blind.-----
SHAYLYNEnglishModern English compound name composed of Shae hawk like and Lyn lake.-----
SHAYNEFeminineEnglishform of English Shane meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Shayne.-----
SHEAEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Seaghdha descendant of Seaghdha possibly meaning hawk like.-----
SHEBAEnglish Hebrew Compare with masculine Sheba.1. Short form of Hebrew Bathsheba meaning daughter of the oath.-----
SHEBAHAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Shibah meaning oath or seven. In the bible this is the name of a well named by Isaac.-----
SHEELAGHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sile meaning blind.-----
SHEENAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sine meaning God is gracious.-----
SHEENAGHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sine meaning God is gracious.-----
SHEILAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sile meaning blind.-----
SHELAGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Sheelagh meaning blind.-----
SHELBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a place name composed of the Middle English elements schele hut and by farm, settlement, hence settlement of huts.-----
SHELENAEnglishEnglish variant form of Latin Selena meaning moon.-----
SHELIAEnglishVariant form of English Sheila meaning blind.-----
SHELLEnglishShort form of English unisex Shelley meaning clearing near a ledge/slope.-----
SHELLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the name of various places meaning clearing near a ledge/slope.-----
SHELOMITHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Shelomiyth meaning peaceful. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a daughter of Dibri of the tribe of Dan.-----
SHENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Sheena meaning God is gracious.-----
SHEONAEnglishVariant spelling of English Seona meaning God is gracious.-----
SHERAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew She era meaning kinswoman. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Ephraim.-----
SHEREEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherry meaning darling.-----
SHERIEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherry meaning darling.-----
SHERIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherry meaning darling.-----
SHERILLEnglishVariant spelling of English Cheryl possibly meaning darling beryl.-----
SHERILYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Cherilyn meaning darling lake.-----
SHERISSEEnglishModern English form of French Cerise meaning cherry.-----
SHERLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Shirley meaning bright clearing.-----
SHERRIEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherrie meaning darling.-----
SHERRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sherry meaning darling.-----
SHERRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Cherie meaning darling.-----
SHERYLEnglishVariant spelling of English Cheryl possibly meaning darling beryl.-----
SHERYLLEnglishVariant spelling of English Cheryl possibly meaning darling beryl.-----
SHEVAUNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Siobhan meaning God is gracious.-----
SHEVONEnglishVariant spelling of English Shevaun meaning God is gracious.-----
SHIRLEEVariantEnglishspelling of English Shirley meaning bright clearing. Compare with another form of Shirlee.-----
SHIRLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements scir bright and leah clearing, meadow, hence bright meadow.-----
SHONAEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seonaid meaning God is gracious.-----
SHONDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Shawnda meaning God is gracious.-----
SHULAMITEnglishShort form of English Shulamite meaning peaceful.-----
SHULAMITEEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Shuwlammiyth meaning peaceful. In the bible this is the name of the maiden celebrated in the Song of Solomon.-----
SHULAMMITEEnglishVariant spelling of English Shulamite meaning peaceful.-----
SHYLAEnglishVariant form of English Sheila meaning blind.-----
SIBYLEnglish Short form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess. The sibyls are first mentioned by Heraclitus in the 5th century BC. The Sibyl, with frenzied mouth uttering things not to be laughed at, unadorned and unperfumed, yet reaches to a thousand years with her voice by aid of the god, originally one of the chthonic earth goddesses.-----
SIDNEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a Norman baronial name from Saint Denis in France meaning St. Denis.-----
SIENAEnglishVariant spelling of English Sienna meaning reddish orange.-----
SIENNAEnglishEnglishname derived from the vocabulary word sienna meaning reddish orange.-----
SIERRAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Spanish word sierra meaning mountain range.-----
SILVEREnglishEnglish unisex name meaning silver, which may refer to either the precious metal or the color.-----
SILVIAFeminineEnglishform of Roman Latin Silvius meaning from the forest. Compare with another form of Silvia.-----
SINDYEnglishVariant spelling of English Cindy meaning woman from Kynthos.-----
SISSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Sissy meaning blind.-----
SISSYEnglishPet form of English Cecily meaning blind.-----
SIVEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh meaning sweet.-----
SKUYLEREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Skyler meaning protection, shelter.-----
SKYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word sky, from Old Norse sky meaning cloud.-----
SKYEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Sky meaning cloud or sky.-----
SKYLAREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Schuyler meaning protection, shelter.-----
SKYLEREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Skylar meaning protection, shelter.-----
SLOANEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Sloane meaning little raider.-----
SLOANEEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Sluaghadhain descendant of Sluaghadhan, hence little raider.-----
SOFIAEnglishVariant spelling of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe by the Finnish Italians Germans Norwegians Portuguese and Swedish.-----
SOMMERVariantEnglishspelling of English Summer meaning summer. Compare with another form of Sommer.-----
SONDRAEnglishEnglish variant form of Italian Sandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
SONORAEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the Mexican state or the Sonoran Desert from Latin sonorus meaning clear, loud, resounding.-----
SOPHIAEnglish o Greek name meaning wisdom.-----
SOPHIEEnglishFrench form of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom.-----
SOPHYEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Sophie meaning wisdom.-----
SORRELEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of a perennial herb sorrel, from Old French surele from Frankish *sur meaning sour.-----
SPARROWEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the bird name sparrow.-----
SPRINGEnglishEnglish name derived from the season name spring, Mar. 21 thru Jun. 21 derived from the verb spring to burst forth, from Proto Indo European *sprengh meaning rapid movement.-----
SPIRITEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word spirit, from Latin spiritus breath, from PIE s peis to blow. Both blow to move air and blow blossom ultimately derive from proto Germanic *bl from PIE *bhle meaning to bloom, to blow up, swell, thrive.-----
STACEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey meaning resurrection.-----
STACEYEnglishEnglish unisex pet form of Latin Anastasia and Anastasius both meaning resurrection.-----
STACIEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey meaning resurrection.-----
STACIAEnglishShort form of English Eustacia meaning fruitful.-----
STACIEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey meaning resurrection.-----
STACYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Stacey meaning resurrection.-----
STAREnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word star.-----
STARLAEnglishElaborated form of English Star meaning star.-----
STARREnglishVariant spelling of English Star meaning star.-----
STEFEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Steph meaning crown.-----
STEFANIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Stephanie meaning crown.-----
STEFFIEEnglishPet form of English Stefanie meaning crown.-----
STELLAEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin stella meaning star.-----
STEPHEnglishUnisex short form of English Stephen and Stephanie both meaning crown.-----
STEPHANIEnglishModern variant spelling of English Stephanie meaning crown.-----
STEPHANIAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Stephanus meaning crown.-----
STEPHANIEEnglishFeminine form of English Stephen meaning crown.-----
STEPHANYEnglishModern variant spelling of English Stephanie meaning crown.-----
STEPHENIEEnglishFeminine form of English Stephen meaning crown.-----
STEVANIAEnglishFeminine form of English Steven meaning crown.-----
STEVIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Steven and Stevania both meaning crown.-----
STORMEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word storm.-----
STORMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Stormy meaning stormy.-----
STORMYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning stormy.-----
SUEEnglishShort form of English Susan meaning lily.-----
SUELLENEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Sue lily and Ellen possibly meaning torch.-----
SUKIEEnglishPet form of English Susan meaning lily.-----
SUMMEREnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word summer from Old English sumor meaning summer, the hot season of the year.-----
SUNDAYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word Sunday from Old English Sunnandg literally meaning day of the sun.-----
SUNNYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning cheerful, sunny.-----
SUNSHINEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word sunshine.-----
SUSANEnglishShort form of English Susannah meaning lily.-----
SUSANAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Susanna meaning lily. In use by the Italians Portuguese and Spanish.-----
SUSANNALatinEnglishform of Greek Sousanna meaning lily. In the bible this is the name of a woman who ministered to Christ.Compare with another form of Susanna.-----
SUSANNAHEnglishEnglish form of Latin Susanna meaning lily.-----
SUSANNEEnglishGerman form of Latin Susanna meaning lily.-----
SUSEPetEnglishform of English Susannah meaning lily. Compare with another form of Suse.-----
SUSIEEnglishPet form of English Susannah meaning lily.-----
SUZANEnglishVariant spelling of English Susan meaning lily.-----
SUZANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Susannah meaning lily.-----
SUZANNEEnglishFrench form of Latin Susanna meaning lily.-----
SUZETTEEnglishPet form of French Suzanne meaning lily.-----
SUZIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Susie meaning lily.-----
SUZYEnglishVariant spelling of English Suzie meaning lily.-----
SYBELLAEnglishEnglish form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess.-----
SYBILEnglishEnglish form of Greek Sibyl meaning prophetess.-----
SYBILLAEnglishEnglish form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess.-----
SYDEnglishShort form of English unisex Sydney meaning St. Denis.-----
SYDNEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Sydney meaning St. Denis.-----
SYDNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Sidney meaning St. Denis.-----
SYDNIEEnglishFeminine form of English unisex Sydney meaning St. Denis.-----
SYLVAEnglishLatin name meaning from the forest.-----
SYLVIAEnglishVariant spelling of Roman Latin Silvia meaning from the forest.-----
SYMPHONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word symphony, from Greek symphonos meaning concordant in sound.-----
TABATHAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Greek Tabitha meaning female gazelle.-----
TABBYEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Tabitha meaning female gazelle. In the late 1700s this name was used as a slang term for a spinster or cranky old woman.-----
TABITHAEnglish Aramaic Greek Hebrew Greek name of Aramaic origin meaning female gazelle. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a woman restored to life by Peter. The name was translated as Dorkas in Acts 9 36-----
TAHNEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tawny meaning light brown, tawny.-----
TAJUANAEnglishModern English elaborated form of Spanish Juana meaning God is gracious.-----
TALETTAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Aramaic Talitha meaning damsel, maiden.-----
TALISHAEnglishModern English creation possibly an elaborated form of Hebrew Tal meaning dew.-----
TALLULAAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Tuilelaith meaning princess of abundance. Compare with another form of Tallula.-----
TALLULAHVariantEnglishspelling of English Tallula meaning princess of abundance. Compare with another form of Tallulah.-----
TALULLAVariantEnglishspelling of English Tallula meaning princess of abundance. Compare with another form of Talulla.-----
TALULLAHVariantEnglishspelling of English Tallula meaning princess of abundance. Compare with another form of Talullah.-----
TAMEKAEnglishVariant spelling of English Tamika possibly meaning friendly.-----
TAMELAEnglishModern English name which is possibly a blend of Tammy palm tree and Pamela all honey.-----
TAMERAEnglishModern English name that is either a variant form of Russian Tamara meaning palm tree, or based on the Sanskrit word tamara meaning spice.-----
TAMIEnglishVariant spelling of English Tammy meaning palm tree.-----
TAMIAEnglishModern English name probably based on Russian Tamara palm tree, or the Sanskrit word tamara meaning spice.-----
TAMIKAEnglishModern English name possibly based on Esperanto Amika meaning friendly.-----
TAMMARAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Russian Tamara meaning palm tree.-----
TAMMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tammy meaning palm tree.-----
TAMMYEnglishEnglishpet form of Russian Tamara meaning palm tree.Compare with another form of Tammy.-----
TAMRAEnglishEnglish contracted form of Russian Tamara meaning palm tree.-----
TAMSENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Cornish Tamsin meaning twin.-----
TAMSONEnglishEnglish form of Cornish Tamsin meaning twin.-----
TAMSYNEnglishEnglish form of Cornish Tamsin meaning twin.-----
TAMZENEnglishEnglish form of Cornish Tamsin meaning twin.-----
TANIAEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Tatiana probably meaning father.-----
TANNEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Middle English word tanner possibly from a Celtic word for oak, a wood used in tanning hence tanner of skins.-----
TANSYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name tansy, from a contracted form of Greek Athanasia meaning immortal.-----
TANZYEnglishVariant spelling of English Tansy meaning tansy flower and immortal.-----
TANZIEnglishVariant spelling of English Tansy meaning tansy flower and immortal.-----
TARAEnglishEnglishname derived from the Irish Gaelic place name Teamhair in Meath the seat of the high kings of Ireland meaning high place, i.e. hill. Compare with another form of Tara.-----
TARAHEnglish 1. English feminine form of Hebrew Terach meaning delay and station. In the bible this is the name of a place in the wilderness where the Israelites stopped on their Exodus.-----
TARINAEnglishElaborated form of English Tara meaning hill.-----
TATEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning cheerful.-----
TATUMEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning Tate s homestead.-----
TAWNEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tawny meaning light brown, tawny.-----
TAWNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tawny meaning light brown, tawny.-----
TAWNYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning light brown, tawny.-----
TAYLEREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Taylor meaning cutter of cloth, tailor.-----
TAYLOREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning cutter of cloth, tailor.-----
TEALEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning blue green or teal duck.-----
TEALEEnglishVariant spelling of English Teal meaning blue green or teal duck.-----
TEMPERANCEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning moderation, self restraint.-----
TEMPESTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning tempest, violent storm.-----
TEMPLEEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use denoting someone who was employed at one of the houses called temples, maintained by the Knights Templar.-----
TERAEnglishVariant of spelling English Terra meaning land.-----
TERAHEnglishEnglish unisex form of Hebrew Terach meaning delay and station. In the bible this is the name of a place in the wilderness where the Israelites stopped on their Exodus. It is also the name of the father of Abraham.-----
TERESAEnglishVariant spelling of Spanish Theresa meaning harvester. Also in use by the English and Portuguese.-----
TERIEnglishEnglish pet form of Spanish Teresa meaning harvester.-----
TERRAEnglishEnglishname derived from the Latin word for land.Compare with another form of Terra.-----
TERRIEnglishVariant spelling of English Terrie meaning harvester.-----
TERRIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Spanish Teresa meaning harvester.-----
TERRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Terrie meaning harvester. Compare with masculine Terry.-----
TESSEnglishShort form of English Tessa meaning harvester.-----
TESSAEnglishEnglish pet form of Spanish Teresa meaning harvester.-----
TESSIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Spanish Teresa meaning harvester.-----
TETTYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
THEAPetEnglishform of English Theodora meaning gift of God. Compare with another form of Thea.-----
THEDAEnglishPet form of English Theodora meaning gift of God.-----
THELMAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Greek word thelema meaning will. In use by the English.-----
THERESAEnglishContracted form of Spanish Therasia meaning harvester. Also in use by the English and Portuguese.-----
THOMASINEnglishAbbreviated form of English Thomasina meaning twin.-----
THOMASINAEnglishMedieval feminine form of English Thomas meaning twin.-----
THOMASINEEnglishFeminine form of English Thomas meaning twin.-----
THRUDEnglishAnglicized form of Old Norse ruor meaning strength. In mythology this is the name of a daughter of Thor.-----
THYRZAEnglishVariant spelling of English Tirzah meaning pleasantness.-----
TIAEnglishEnglish short form of names ending with NAME-----
TIANAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Christiana meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
TIANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Tiana meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
TIARAEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word tiara from Latin tiara originally a headdress worn by Persian kings and other men of rank. Of uncertain origin. But the first element might be related to Sumerian ti meaning life. And the second element ara might be related to Ara/Ur the name of the city of the Chaldees meaning light/flame of fire or revelation. Hence possibly life light.-----
TIBBYEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Tabitha meaning gazelle. Compare with masculine Tibby.-----
TIERRAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Spanish word for earth.-----
TIFFANIEnglishModern variant spelling of English Tiffany meaning manifestation of God.-----
TIFFANYEnglishMedieval English form of Greek Theophania meaning manifestation of God.-----
TIFFINYEnglishModern variant spelling of English Tiffany meaning manifestation of God.-----
TIKVAEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Tikvah meaning hope.-----
TIKVAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Tiqvah meaning hope.In the bible this is strictly a masculine name the name of the father of Shallum.-----
TILDAEnglishShort form of English Matilda meaning mighty in battle.-----
TILLEnglishShort form of English Tilly meaning mighty in battle.-----
TILLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tilly meaning mighty in battle.-----
TILLYEnglishPet form of English Matilda meaning mighty in battle.-----
TIMOTHAEnglishRarely used feminine form of English Timothy meaning to honor God.-----
TIMOTHEAEnglish Greek 1. Feminine form of English Timothy meaning to honor God.-----
TINAEnglishShort form of Italian names ending with NAME-----
TIPHANIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Tiffany meaning manifestation of God.-----
TIRZAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tirtsah meaning pleasantness. In the bible this is a place name and the name of a daughter of Zelophehad.-----
TISHAEnglishShort form of English Latisha meaning happiness.-----
TITTYEnglishPet form of English Letitia meaning happiness.-----
TONIEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Antonia possibly meaning invaluable.-----
TONYEnglishEnglish unisex pet form of Anthony and Antonia both possibly meaning invaluable.-----
TONYAEnglishEnglish equivalent of Italian/Spanish Tonia a short form of Latin Antonia possibly meaning invaluable.-----
TOPAZEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the gem topaz, the birthstone for the month of November. Pliny says that the topaz was named for an island where the yellow stone was mined either in the Red Sea or the Arabian Sea. The word was derived from Latin topazus from Greek topazos/topazion which is of obscure origin but there may be a connection with the Sanskrit word tapas meaning heat fire.-----
TOPSEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Topsy meaning topsail.-----
TOPSIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Topsy meaning topsail.-----
TOPSYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word topsail, a sail set above another sail.-----
TORIEnglish Hebrew English short form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueroror victory. Compare with another form of Tori.-----
TORIAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.-----
TOTTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of French Charlotte meaning man.-----
TOTTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Tottie meaning man.-----
TOYAEnglishEnglish name possibly derived from an elaborated form of the word toy, and used as a term of endearment. Compare with French Bibi.-----
TRACEEnglishShort form of English unisex Tracy meaning place of Thracius.-----
TRACEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy meaning place of Thracius.-----
TRACEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Tracy meaning place of Thracius.-----
TRACIEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy meaning place of Thracius.-----
TRACIEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy meaning place of Thracius.-----
TRACYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a Norman baronial name meaning place of Thracius.-----
TREASUREEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word treasure.-----
TRECIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Tricia meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
TRESHAEnglishVariant form of English Tricia meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
TRIAEnglishEnglish short form of names ending with NAME-----
TRICIAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Patricia meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
TRINAEnglishShort form of English Catrina meaning pure.-----
TRINITYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word trinity meaning a triad three triple. As a religious name it refers to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.-----
TRISHEnglishShort form of English Trisha meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
TRISHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Tricia meaning patrician, of noble descent.-----
TRISTAEnglishEnglish feminine form of French Tristan probably meaning riot, tumult.-----
TRIXEnglishShort form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
TRIXIEEnglishPet form of English Trix meaning voyager through life .-----
TRUDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Trudy meaning spear strength.-----
TRUDIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Trudy meaning spear strength.-----
TRUDYEnglishEnglish pet form of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
TSIPPORAHEnglish Hebrew name meaning bird. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Moses. The Anglicized form is Zipporah.-----
TWILAEnglishVariant spelling of English Twyla which was probably based on the word twilight.-----
TWYLAEnglishEnglish name probably based on the word twilight.-----
ULAPetEnglishform of English Ulrica meaning wolf power. Compare with other forms of Ula.-----
ULLAMiddleEnglishEnglish name meaning to fill a container . Compare with other forms of Ulla.-----
ULRICAFeminineEnglishform of Middle English Ulric meaning wolf power. Compare with another form of Ulrica.-----
UNAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic na probably meaning famine, hunger. Compare with another form of Una.-----
UNICEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Eunice meaning good victory.-----
UNITYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning oneness, unity.-----
URBANAFeminineEnglishform of English Urban meaning of the city.-----
URBANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Urbana meaning of the city.-----
URIELAEnglishFeminine form of English Uriel meaning flame of God or light of the Lord.-----
URIELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Uriela meaning flame of God or light of the Lord.-----
URSELLAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Ursula meaning little she bear.-----
URSULAEnglishLatin name composed of the word ursa she bear and a diminutive suffix hence little she bear.-----
VALEnglishUnisex short form of English Valentine and Latin Valentina both meaning healthy, strong.-----
VALARIEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.-----
VALARYEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.-----
VALENTINEEnglishFeminine form of French Valentin meaning healthy, strong. Compare with masculine Valentine.-----
VALERIEEnglishEnglish form of French Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.-----
VALORIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Valerie meaning to be healthy, to be strong.-----
VANESSAThisEnglishEnglish name is usually chosen for its association with the butterfly genus. Its origin remains uncertain despite the claim that it was invented by Jonathan Swift author of Gulliver s Travels for his intimate friend Esther Vanhomrigh. Supposedly he created it by combining the first syllable of her surname Van with her first name Esther or the suffix essa but if he created it at all it is more likely that he based it on the Greek name Phanessa substituting the Ph with the V from Esther s surname. Besides the name may have existed before Swift s time. Phanessa is a feminine form of Orphic Phanes the name of a primeval hermaphroditic golden winged god meaning bring to light make appear.-----
VEDAEnglish Sanskrit English name derived from the name of the four sacred books of the Hindus meaning knowledge wisdom.-----
VEGAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin name of a star in the constellation Lyra from Arabian al Waqi meaning falling swooping.-----
VELMAEnglishProbably an English variant spelling of German Wilma meaning will helmet.-----
VENAShortEnglishform of Middle English Alvena meaning elf friend. Compare with another form of Vena.-----
VERINAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.-----
VERITYEnglishLatin name meaning truth, verity.-----
VERNAFeminineEnglishform of English Vernon meaning place of alder trees.-----
VERONICALatinEnglishform of Macedonian Greek Berenike meaning bringer of victory. From an early date it was influenced by the Church Latin phrase veraiconia true image, resulting in the invented legend of St. Veronica who was said to have wiped Christ s face on his way to Calvary and found an image of his face on the towel.-----
VERTHANDIEnglishAnglicized form of Old Norse Veroandi meaning present.-----
VIEnglishShort form of English Violet meaning violet color and violet flower.-----
VIANNEEnglishEnglish contracted form of French Viviane meaning alive animated lively.-----
VICEnglishEnglish unisex short form of Latin Victor conqueror and Victoria conqueror or victory.-----
VICKIEnglishVariant spelling of English Vickie meaning conqueror or victory.-----
VICKIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.-----
VICKYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.-----
VICTORIALatinEnglishname of uncertain derivation it is either a feminine form of Victorius conqueror, or from the vocabulary word victoria victory.In Roman mythology this is the name of a goddess of victory.-----
VINAEnglishShort form of English Davina meaning beloved.-----
VIOLALatinEnglishname meaning violet color or violet flower.-----
VIOLETEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin viola meaning violet color or violet flower.-----
VIRGEEEnglishVariant spelling of English Virgie meaning maiden, virgin.-----
VIRGIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin.-----
VIRGINIAFeminineEnglishform of Roman Latin Virginius meaning maiden, virgin.-----
VIVIANEnglishEnglish form of French Viviane meaning alive animated lively. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the Lady of the Lake.-----
VIVIENEnglishVariant spelling of English Vivian meaning alive animated lively. Compare with masculine Vivien.-----
VIVYANEnglishVariant spelling of English Vivian meaning alive, animated, lively.-----
VONDAEnglishPerhaps an English variant form of German Wanda or Italian Vanda both meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.-----
VONNIEEnglishPet form of English Evonne meaning yew tree.-----
WANDAProbablyEnglisha feminine form of German Wendel meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.-----
WENDAEnglishVariant form of English Wendy meaning friend.-----
WENDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Wendy meaning friend.-----
WENDYEnglishFrom the name of a J. M. Barrie character derived from a pet name fwendy meaning friend.-----
WENONAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Native American Dakota Winona meaning firstborn daughter.-----
WENONAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Wenona meaning firstborn daughter.-----
WHITNEYEnglishEnglishhabitational surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of various places derived from the Middle English phrase atten whiten ey by the white island hence white island.-----
WILDAEnglishGerman surname transferred to forename use meaning wild.-----
WILFREDAFeminineEnglishform of Middle English Wilfred meaning desires peace. Compare with another form of Wilfreda.-----
WILLAEnglishFeminine form of English Will meaning will helmet.-----
WILLOWEnglishEnglish name derived from the tree name willow.-----
WILMAFeminineEnglishform of English William meaning will helmet.Compare with another form of Wilma.-----
WINEnglishShort form of English Winfred and Winifred both meaning holy reconciliation, and other names beginning with Win .-----
WINIFREDAnglicizedEnglishform of Welsh Gwenfrewi meaning holy reconciliation.-----
WINNIEEnglishPet form of English Winifred meaning holy reconciliation.-----
WINONAEnglishNative American Dakota name meaning firstborn daughter.-----
WINTEREnglishEnglish name derived from the season name winter. The word may derive from Proto Indo European *wind meaning white.-----
WISDOMEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply wisdom.-----
WRENEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word for the bird wren from Old English wrenna meaning simply wren.In many other languages the name of this bird denotes royalty.-----
WYNNEEnglishElaborated form of English Win meaning holy reconciliation. Compare with masculine Wynne.-----
WYNONNAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Native American Dakota Winona meaning firstborn daughter.-----
WYNTEREnglishVariant spelling of English Winter meaning winter.-----
XARAEnglishEnglish name of uncertain origin possibly a form of Arabic Zara meaning blooming flower.-----
XENAEnglish Feminine form of Greek Xenon meaning foreigner stranger.-----
XYLIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the Greek word xylon meaning forest dweller.-----
XYLINAEnglishElaborated form of English Xylia meaning forest dweller.-----
YANNICEnglishUnisex pet form of Breton Yann meaning God is gracious.-----
YANNICKEnglishVariant spelling of Breton unisex Yannic meaning God is gracious.-----
YIESHAEnglishEnglish variant form of Arabic Aisha meaning alive.-----
YIESHAHEnglishEnglish variant form of Arabic Aisha meaning alive.-----
YOLANDAEnglishEnglishform of French Yolande meaning violet flower.-----
YOLONDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Yolanda meaning violet flower.-----
YVETTEEnglishFeminine form of French Yves meaning yew tree.-----
YVONNEFeminineEnglishform of French Yvon meaning yew tree.-----
ZANDRAEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
ZAVANNAEnglishVariant spelling of English Zavannah meaning savannah.-----
ZAVANNAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Savannah meaning savannah.-----
ZELDAEnglish Yiddish 1. Short form of German Griselda meaning gray battle maid.-----
ZELIAEnglishEnglish name of Latin origin meaning zealous.-----
ZELLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Zelia meaning zealous.-----
ZELMAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Selma meaning divine helmet.-----
ZERUIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tseruwyah meaning balsam or cleft.In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Jesse.-----
ZIBAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tsiyba meaning a plant. In the bible this is the name of a servant of Saul.-----
ZIBIAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tsibya meaning a female gazelle. In the bible this is the name of a Benjamite.-----
ZIBIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tsibyah meaning a female gazelle. In the bible this is the name of the mother of King Joash.-----
ZILLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Zillah meaning shade, shadow.-----
ZILLAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tsillah meaning shade, shadow.In the bible this is the name of Lamech s second wife.-----
ZINNIAEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name zinnia.-----
ZIPPORAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Tsipporah meaning bird. In the bible this is the name of the wife of Moses.-----
ZOEEnglish Greek name meaning life.-----
ZOEYEnglishEnglish form of Greek Zoe meaning life.-----
ZOIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Zoey meaning life.-----
ZOWIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Zoey meaning life.-----
ADORINDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning adorable.-----
AMICAEsperantoVariant spelling of Esperanto Amika meaning friendly.-----
AMIKAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning friendly.-----
AMINDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning lovable.-----
BRAVAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning brave.-----
CHIELAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning heavenly.-----
DEZIRINDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning desirable.-----
ESPERANTAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning hoping.-----
FAJRAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning fiery.-----
FIERAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning proud.-----
GAJAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning glad.-----
GLORINDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning worthy of glory.-----
JUVELAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning jewel like.-----
KANDAJHAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning made of candy.-----
KARESINDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning worthy of a caress.-----
KATIDAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning kitten like.-----
LUKSAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning luxurious.-----
MARAJHAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning made of the sea.-----
MERITAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning meritorious.-----
MIELAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning honey sweet.-----
MIRINDAEsperantoEsperanto name derived from Latin mirandus meaning worthy of admiration.-----
ORABELAEsperantoEsperanto form of Italian Orabella meaning golden beautiful.-----
PIPRAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning peppery.-----
RAVAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning ravishing.-----
ROZABELAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning rose beautiful.-----
RUBENAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning like a ruby.-----
SAFIRAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning like a sapphire.-----
SPIRITAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning witty.-----
STELARAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning like a constellation.-----
TONDRAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning like thunder.-----
VALORAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning valuable.-----
VENKAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning victorious.-----
VESPERAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning evening star.-----
AADAFinnishFinnish form of German Ada meaning noble.-----
AAMUFinnishFinnish name meaning morning.-----
AATAFinnishVariant form of Finnish Aada meaning noble.-----
AATUFinnishShort form of Finnish Aatukka meaning noble.-----
AATUKKAFinnishPet form of Finnish Aata meaning noble.-----
AINAVariantFinnishform of Finnish Aino meaning the only one. Compare with other forms of Aina.-----
AINOFinnishFinnish myth name from the epic poem Kalevala meaning the only one.-----
AKKAFinnishFeminine counterpart of Finnish Ukko meaning old lady.-----
ALIINAFinnishFinnish form of Scandinavian Alina meaning noble.-----
ALIISAFinnishProbably a short form of Finnish Annaliisa meaning favor grace, and God is my oath.-----
ALLIFinnishShort form of Finnish names meaning with Al such as Aliisa meaning favor grace, and God is my oath, and Aliina meaning noble.-----
ANNALIISAFinnishFinnish form of Danish/Swedish Annalisa meaning favor grace, and God is my oath.-----
ANNELIFinnishFinnish pet form of Greek Hanna meaning favor grace.-----
ANNIShortFinnishform of Finnish Anniina and Annikki both meaning favor grace. Compare with another form of Anni.-----
ANNIINAFinnishFinnish form of Danish Annina meaning favor grace.-----
ANNIKKIFinnishFinnish form of Swedish Annika meaning favor grace.-----
ANNUKKAFinnishFinnish form of Swedish Annika meaning favor grace.-----
ANSAFinnishFinnish name derived from the word ansio meaning virtue.-----
ANUFinnishEstonian and Finnish pet form of Greek Hanna meaning favor grace.-----
AUNEFinnishFinnish form of English Agnes meaning chaste holy.-----
AYNFinnishAccording to Ayn Rand this name is an adaptation of the Finnish name Aino meaning the only one.-----
EERIKAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Eerikki meaning ever ruler.-----
EEVAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Eva meaning life.-----
EEVIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Eva meaning life.-----
ELEONOORAFinnishFinnish form of Provencal Alienor meaning foreign the other.-----
ELIINAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Helene possibly meaning torch.-----
ELIISAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.-----
ELINAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Helene possibly meaning torch.-----
ELLIPetFinnishform of Finnish Eleonoora meaning foreign the other. Compare with another form of Elli.-----
ESTERIFinnishFinnish form of Persian Esther meaning star.-----
EVELIINAFinnishFinnish form of Norman French Aveline meaning little Eve.-----
FREDRIIKAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Fredriik meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRIIKKAFinnishVariant spelling of Finnish Fredriika meaning peaceful ruler.-----
HANNEFinnishFinnishvariant form of Greek Hanna meaning favor grace.Compare with another form of Hanne.-----
HANNELEFinnishPet form of Finnish Hanne meaning favor grace.-----
HELEENAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELLFinnishFinnish name meaning gentle.-----
HELLEShortFinnishform of Finnish Helleena probably meaning torch. Compare with other forms of Helle.-----
HELLEENAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELMIFinnishFinnish name meaning pearl.-----
HENNAFinnishFinnishform of Hebrew Channah meaning favor grace. Compare with another form of Henna.-----
HENRIIKKAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Henrikki meaning home ruler.-----
HILJAFinnishFinnish name derived from the word hiljaisuus meaning silence.-----
HILLEVIFinnishFinnish and Swedish form of German Heilwig meaning healthy battle maid.-----
HULTAFinnishFinnish form of Scandinavian Hulda meaning hidden, obscure, secret.-----
IIDAFinnishFinnish form of Norman Germanic Ida meaning work.-----
IINESFinnishFinnish form of Greek Hagne meaning chaste holy.-----
ILMATARFinnishFinnish unisex name derived from the word ilma meaning air. In mythology this is the name of an androgynous virgin deity of the air.-----
ILTAFinnishFinnish name meaning night.-----
IMPIFinnishFinnish name meaning virgin.-----
INKAFinnishFinnish short form of longer names containing the element ink ing meaning foremost one.-----
INKERIFinnishFinnish form of Icelandic Ingifriour meaning Ing beautiful.-----
IRJAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Yrjo meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
JAANAFinnishShort form of Finnish Marjaana meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
JANEKAFinnishVariant spelling of Finnish Janika meaning God is gracious.-----
JANIKAFinnishFinnishform of Low German Jannike meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Janika.-----
JENNIFinnishFinnish pet form of Latin Johanna meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Jenni.-----
JOSEFIINAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Jooseppi meaning God shall add another son .-----
KAARINAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
KAIJAFinnishPet form of Finnish Katariina meaning pure.-----
KAISAFinnishPet form of Finnish Kaarina meaning pure.-----
KAROLIINAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Carolina meaning man.-----
KATAShortFinnishform of Finnish Katariina meaning pure. Compare with other forms of Kata.-----
KATARIINAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
KATIPetFinnishform of Finnish Katariina meaning pure. Compare with another form of Kati.-----
KATRIFinnishPet form of Finnish Katariina meaning pure.-----
KATRIINAFinnishContracted form of Finnish Katariina meaning pure.-----
KERTTUFinnishFinnish form of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
KIELOFinnishFinnish name meaning lily of the valley.-----
KIRSIFinnishFinnish form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KIRSTIFinnishFinnish form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KLAARAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.-----
KRISTIINAFinnishFinnishform of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Kristiina.-----
KUKKAFinnishFinnish name meaning flower.-----
KYLLIFinnishShort form of Finnish Kyllikki meaning woman.-----
KYLLIKKIFinnishFinnish name meaning woman. In mythology this is the name of the reluctant wife of Lemminkainen.-----
LAHJAFinnishFinnish name meaning gift.-----
LEENAShortFinnishform of Finnish Matleena meaning of Magdala. Compare with other forms of Leena.-----
LEMPIFinnishFinnish myth name of the mother of Lemminkainen meaning love.-----
LIINAFinnishShort form of Finnish Karoliina meaning man.-----
LIISAFinnishShort form of Finnish Eliisa meaning God is my oath.-----
LIISIFinnishShort form of Finnish Eliisa meaning God is my oath.-----
LOUHIFinnishFinnish myth name from the Kalevala possibly meaning trance. Louhi was a queen of Pohjola and a witch with the ability to shape shift and cast powerful magic spells.-----
LOVIISAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Louisa meaning famous warrior.-----
LYYDIAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Lydia meaning of Lydia.-----
LYYTIFinnishPet form of Finnish Lyydia meaning of Lydia.-----
MAARIAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAARIKAFinnishPet form of Finnish Maaria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAARITFinnishFinnish form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MAIJAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARGAREETAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MARITTAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MARJAFinnishDutch and Finnish form of Greek Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARJAANAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Mariam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARJATTAFinnishFinnish pet form of Dutch/Finnish Marja meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARJOFinnishFinnish form of Greek Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARJUKKAFinnishFinnish pet form of Dutch/Finnish Marja meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARJUTFinnishFinnish pet form of Dutch/Finnish Marja meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARKETTAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MARTTAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Martha meaning lady, mistress.-----
MATLEENAFinnishFinnish form of Greek Magdalene meaning of Magdala.-----
MERIFinnishFinnish name meaning the sea.-----
MIELIKKIFinnishFinnish name derived from the word mieli which can have many meanings desire feeling heart mind mood pleasure but its central meaning is mind.In mythology this is the name of a goddess of forests and healing whose symbol is the unicorn.-----
MIIAFinnishPet form of Finnish Maaria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MIINAFinnishShort form of Finnish Vilhelmiina meaning will helmet.-----
MIMMIFinnishPet form of Finnish Vilhelmiina meaning will helmet.-----
MINTTUFinnishFinnish name meaning mint.-----
MIRJAFinnishFinnish form of Hebrew Miryam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MIRJAMIFinnishFinnish form of Hebrew Miryam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
NIINAFinnishShort form of Finnish Anniina meaning favor grace.-----
NOORAFinnishFinnishform of Latin Honora meaning honor, valor. Compare with another form of Noora.-----
OILIFinnishFinnish form of Russian Olga meaning dedicated to the gods holy.-----
ORVOKKIFinnishFinnish name meaning pansy flower.-----
PIVFinnishFinnish name meaning day.-----
PIVIFinnishVariant spelling of Finnish Paiva meaning day.-----
PAULIINAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Paulina meaning small.-----
PELLERVOFinnishFinnish unisex name meaning field. This is another name for the harvest god Sampsa.-----
PIIAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Pia meaning pious.-----
PILVIFinnishFinnish name meaning cloud.-----
PIRITTAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Brigitta meaning exalted one.-----
PIRJOFinnishPet form of Finnish Piritta meaning exalted one.-----
PIRKITTAFinnishFinnish form of Scandinavian Birgitta meaning exalted one.-----
PIRKKOFinnishPet form of Finnish Pirkitta meaning exalted one.-----
RAAKELFinnishFinnish form of Hebrew Rachel meaning ewe.-----
RAUHAFinnishFinnish name meaning peace.-----
REETAShortFinnishform of Finnish Margareeta meaning pearl. Compare with another form of Reeta.-----
REETTAFinnishShort form of Finnish Margareeta meaning pearl.-----
RIIKAFinnishShort form of Finnish Fredriika meaning peaceful ruler.-----
RIIKKAFinnishShort form of Finnish Fredriikka meaning peaceful ruler.-----
RIINAFinnishFinnish short form of Estonian/Finnish Katariina meaning pure.-----
RIITTAFinnishShort form of Finnish Piritta meaning exalted one.-----
RITVAFinnishFinnish name meaning branch of a birch tree.-----
SAARAFinnishFinnish form of Hebrew Sarah meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SAARUFinnishPet form of Finnish Saara meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SDEFinnishFinnish name meaning ray of light.-----
SARIFinnishFinnish form of Hebrew Sarah meaning noble lady, princess.-----
SATUFinnishFinnish name meaning fable.-----
SEIJAFinnishFinnish name derived from the word seijas meaning serene.-----
SENJAFinnishFinnish form of Russian Kseniya meaning stranger, foreigner, but sometimes rendered hospitable esp. to foreigners .-----
SIIKRIITIFinnishFinnish form of Old Norse Sigfrior meaning beautiful victory.-----
SIIRIFinnishPet form of Finnish Siikriiti meaning beautiful victory.-----
SILJAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
SIMONEFeminineFinnishform of Finnish Simo meaning hearkening. Compare with another form of Simone.-----
SINIFinnishFinnish name meaning blue.-----
SINIKKAFinnishElaborated form of Finnish Sini meaning blue.-----
SIRPAFinnishFinnish name meaning small fragment.-----
SISKOFinnishFinnish name meaning sister.-----
SISUFinnishFinnish unisex name meaning determination.-----
SOFIAFinnishVariant spelling of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe by the Finnish Italians Germans Norwegians Portuguese and Swedish.-----
SOHVIFinnishFinnish form of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom.-----
STIINAFinnishShort form of Finnish Kristiina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
SUOMAFinnishFinnish name derived from Suomi the Finnish name for Finland.-----
SUVIFinnishFinnish name meaning summer.-----
SYLVIFinnishFinnish form of Roman Latin Silvia meaning from the forest.-----
THTIFinnishFinnish name meaning star.-----
TAIKAFinnishFinnish name meaning magic.-----
TAIMIFinnishFinnish name meaning sapling.-----
TAINAFinnishFinnish pet form of Latin Tatiana probably meaning father.-----
TARJAFinnishFinnish form of Roman Latin Daria meaning possesses a lot wealthy.-----
TARUFinnishPet form of Finnish Tarja meaning possesses a lot wealthy.-----
TEIJAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Dorothea meaning gift of God.-----
TERHENETRFinnishFinnish myth name of a sprite possibly meaning acorn.-----
TERHIFinnishShort form of Finnish Terhenetar possibly meaning acorn.-----
TIIAFinnishPet form of Finnish Toroteija meaning gift of God.-----
TIINAFinnishShort form of Finnish Kristiina meaning Christian.-----
TIJAFinnishShort form of Finnish Toroteija meaning gift of God.-----
TOINIFinnishFinnish form of Latin Antonia possibly meaning invaluable.-----
TOROTEIJAFinnishFinnish form of Latin Dorothea meaning gift of God.-----
TUIJAFinnishFinnish name meaning cedar.-----
TUULAFinnishVariant form of Finnish Tuuli meaning wind.-----
TUULEFinnishEstonian form of Finnish Tuuli meaning wind.-----
TUULIFinnishFinnish name derived from the word tuuli meaning wind.-----
TUULIKKIFinnishFinnish myth name of a forest goddess composed of the word tuuli wind and a diminutive suffix hence little wind.-----
TYYNEFinnishFinnish name derived from the word tyyni meaning calm, serene.-----
VALPURIFinnishFinnish form of Old German Walburg meaning salvation of the slain in battle.-----
VANAMOFinnishFinnish name meaning twin flower.-----
VAPPUFinnishPet form of Finnish Valpuri meaning salvation of the slain in battle.-----
VARPUFinnishFinnish name derived from the name of a type of berry bush.-----
VEERAFinnishFinnish form of Russian Vera meaning faith truth.-----
VELLAMOFinnishFinnish name derived from the word velloa meaning to surge, to swell. In mythology this is the name of a cold hearted goddess of the sea who dwelled in an underwater palace called Ahtola with her husband Ahto.-----
VENLAFinnishFinnish form of Scandinavian Vendla meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.-----
VIENOFinnishFinnish unisex name meaning gentle.-----
VIIVAFinnishFinnish form of Norwegian/Swedish Viva meaning alive animated lively.-----
VIIVIFinnishFinnish form of Scandinavian Vivi meaning alive animated lively.-----
VILHELMIINAFinnishFeminine form of Finnish Vilhelmi meaning will helmet.-----
VUOKKOFinnishFinnish name meaning anemone flower.-----
WELLAMOFinnishVariant spelling of Finnish Vellamo meaning to surge, to swell. In mythology this is the name of a cold hearted goddess of the sea who dwelled in an underwater palace called Ahtola with her husband Ahto.-----
OUIDAFrenchPet form of French Louise meaning famous warrior.-----
OZANNEFrenchVariant spelling of French Osanne meaning deliver us.-----
PASCALEFrenchFeminine form of French Pascal meaning Passover Easter.-----
PASCALINEFrenchPet form of French Pascale meaning Passover Easter.-----
PAULEFrenchFrench feminine form of English/French Paul meaning small.-----
PAULETTEFrenchPet form of French Paule meaning small.-----
PAULINEFrenchFrench form of Latin Paulina meaning small.-----
PENELOPEFrenchFrench form of Latin Penelope meaning weaver of cunning.-----
PERRINEFrenchFeminine form of French Perrin meaning rock, stone.-----
PHILIPPINEFrenchFeminine form of French Philippe meaning lover of horses.-----
PIERRETTEFrenchFeminine form of French Pierre meaning rock, stone.-----
PLACIDEFrenchFrench form of Latin Placida meaning calm, placid.-----
PLAISANCEFrenchOld French name meaning pleasant.-----
RADELLEFrenchFrench name of German origin meaning counsel.-----
RAIMUNDEFrenchFeminine form of Norman French Raimund meaning wise protector.-----
RAYMONDEFrenchFeminine form of French Raimond meaning wise protector.-----
REBECCAFrenchFrench form of Greek Rhebekka meaning ensnarer.-----
REGINEFrenchFrench form of Latin Regina meaning queen.-----
REINEFrenchFrenchform of Latin Regina meaning queen. Compare with another form of Reine.-----
RENEEFrenchFeminine form of French Rene meaning reborn.-----
RIVAFrenchOld French name meaning bank, coast. Compare with another form of Riva.-----
ROBERTEFrenchFeminine form of Norman French Robert meaning bright fame.-----
ROCHELLEFrenchFeminine form of French Roch meaning rest.-----
ROMAINEFrenchFeminine form of French Romain meaning Roman.-----
ROSAIREFrenchFrench name meaning rosary.-----
ROSALIEFrenchFrench form of Latin Rosalia meaning rose.-----
ROSELLEFrenchFrench pet form of Latin Rosa meaning rose.-----
ROSEMONDEFrenchFrench form of German Rosamund meaning horse protection.-----
ROSETTEFrenchFrench diminutive form of Latin Rosa meaning little rose.-----
ROSINEFrenchFrench pet form of Latin Rosa meaning rose.-----
ROXANEFrenchFrench form of Latin Roxana meaning dawn.-----
ROXANNEFrenchVariant spelling of French Roxane meaning dawn. This is the preferred spelling used by the English.-----
SABINEFrenchFrench and German form of Roman Latin Sabina meaning Sabine a follower of another religion.-----
SACHAFrenchFrench form of Russian unisex Sasha meaning defender of mankind.-----
SALOMEFrenchFrench form of Hebrew Salome meaning peaceful.-----
SANDRINEFrenchShort form of French Alexandrine meaning defender of mankind.-----
SEBASTIENNEFrenchFeminine form of French Sebastien meaning from Sebaste, a town in Asia Minor.-----
SERAPHINEFrenchFeminine form of French Seraphin meaning burning one or serpent.-----
SEVERINEFrenchFeminine form of French Severin meaning stern.-----
SIBYLLEFrenchFrench and German form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess.-----
SIDONIEFrenchFrench feminine form of Roman Latin Sidonius meaning of Sidon.-----
SIMONEFeminineFrenchform of French Simon meaning hearkening. Compare with other forms of Simone.-----
SIMONETTEFrenchPet form of French Simone meaning hearkening.-----
SOLANGEFrenchFrench form of Latin Sollemnia meaning religious.-----
SOPHIEFrenchFrench form of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom.-----
STEPHANIEFrenchFeminine form of French Stephane meaning crown.-----
SUZANNEFrenchFrench form of Latin Susanna meaning lily.-----
SUZETTEFrenchPet form of French Suzanne meaning lily.-----
SYBILLEFrenchFrench form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess.-----
SYLVAINEFrenchFeminine form of French Sylvain meaning from the forest.-----
SYLVIANEFrenchVariant spelling of French Sylvaine meaning from the forest.-----
SYLVIANNEFrenchFrench compound name composed of Sylvie from the forest and Anne favor grace.-----
SYLVIEFrenchFrench form of Roman Latin Silvia meaning from the forest.-----
TATIENNEFrenchFrench form of Latin Tatiana probably meaning father.-----
THERESEFrenchFrench form of Spanish Theresa meaning harvester.-----
TILDEFrenchShort form of Norman French Matilde meaning mighty in battle.-----
TOINETTEFrenchShort form of French Antoinette possibly meaning invaluable.-----
URILLAFrenchPossibly a French feminine form of Hebrew Uriah meaning flame of Jehovah or God is my light.-----
VALENTINEFrenchFeminine form of French Valentin meaning healthy, strong. Compare with masculine Valentine.-----
VALERIEFrenchFeminine form of French Valere meaning to be healthy, to be strong.-----
VERENEFrenchFrench form of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.-----
VERONIQUEFrenchFrench form of Latin Veronica meaning bringer of victory.-----
VEVAFrenchPet form of French Genevieve possibly meaning race of women.-----
VICTOIREFrenchFrench form of Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.-----
VICTORINEFrenchFrench feminine form of Roman Victorinus meaning conqueror.-----
VIOLETTEFrenchFrench diminutive form of Latin Viola meaning violet color or violet flower.-----
VIRGINIEFrenchFrench form of Latin Virginia meaning maiden, virgin.-----
VIVIANEFrenchFrench form of Latin Viviana meaning alive animated lively.-----
VIVIENNEFrenchVariant spelling of French Viviane meaning alive, animated, lively.-----
VIVIETTEFrenchPet form of French Viviane meaning alive, animated, lively.-----
YASMINAFrenchFrench form of Arabic Yasmin meaning jasmine flower,a plant in the olive family.-----
YASMINEFrenchVariant spelling of French Yasmina meaning jasmine flower,a plant in the olive family.-----
YGRAINEFrenchVariant spelling of French Igraine meaning maiden, virgin. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the wife of Uther Pendragon.-----
YOLANDEFrenchOld French form of Greek Iolanthe meaning violet flower.-----
YSEULTFrenchVariant spelling of French Iseult meaning ice battle.-----
YVETTEFrenchFeminine form of French Yves meaning yew tree.-----
YVONNEFeminineFrenchform of French Yvon meaning yew tree.-----
ZEPHYRINEFrenchFrench feminine form of Roman Latin Zephyrinus meaning west wind.-----
ZOEFrenchFrench form of Greek Zoe meaning life.-----
AIBHILINMisc. GaelicGaelic form of Norman French Aveline meaning little Eve.-----
AIGNEISMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Greek Hagne meaning chaste holy.-----
AILBHEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic unisex name possibly derived from the word albho meaning white.In Irish legend this is the name of a female warrior of the Fianna.-----
AILEASMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
AILISHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of English Alice meaning noble sort.-----
AINGEALMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Latin Angela meaning angel, messenger.-----
AISLINMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
AISLINGMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning dream vision.-----
AISLINNMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling meaning dream vision.-----
AITHBHREACMisc. GaelicOld Scottish Gaelic name meaning new speckled one.-----
AITHNEMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
AITHNEAMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
ALASTRIONAMisc. GaelicGaelic form of Latin Alexandra meaning defender of mankind.-----
ANNAGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
AOIBHEANNMisc. Gaelic pronounced ee ven Irish Gaelic name meaning beautiful, fair form.-----
ATHOLMisc. GaelicScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the name of a district of Perthshire Scotland composed of the Gaelic elements ath ford and al rock, stone, hence ford of the rock rock ford.-----
BEARNASMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Berenice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BLAANIDMisc. GaelicManx form of Irish Gaelic Blaithin meaning little flower.-----
BLAITHINMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the Gaelic word blath flower with added diminutive suffix meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNAIDMisc. GaelicVariant form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNATMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning little flower. In mythology this is the name of a maiden who loved Cuchulainn the hero of Ulster.-----
BRIDMisc. GaelicPet form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDINMisc. GaelicDiminutive form of Irish Gaelic Brid meaning little exalted one.-----
BRIGHMisc. GaelicShort form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning force, strength.-----
BRIGHIDMisc. GaelicIrish derived from Gaelic brigh meaning force, strength. In Celtic mythology this is the name of a goddess the daughter of Dagda one of the Tuatha De Danann. She is also known by the Gaulish name Brigindos meaning exalted one.-----
BRONACHMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the Gaelic word brin meaning sorrow.-----
BRONAGHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Bronach meaning sorrow.-----
BRONTEMisc. GaelicAltered form of Irish Prunty a form of Gaelic Proinntigh meaning descendant of Proinnteach, a personal name that was originally a byname meaning banquet hall denoting a generous person . In Prunty s altered form Bronte the name is identical to the Sicilian place name and the name of a mythological horse of the Sun meaning thunder. But Prunty was probably purposely altered to Bronte by bearers of the name who admired Lord Nelson who was awarded the title of Duke of Bronte in 1799 by Ferdinand King of the Two Sicilies.-----
CAILINMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning girl.-----
CAIRISTINEMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CAIRISTONAMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Christiana meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CAITLINMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Old French Cateline meaning pure.-----
CAITRIAMisc. GaelicVariant form of Irish Gaelic Caitrin meaning pure.-----
CAITRINMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of French Catherine meaning pure.-----
CAITRiONAMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of French Catherine meaning pure.-----
CAITRIONAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of French Catherine meaning pure.-----
CAOILAINNMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Caoilfhionn meaning fair and slender.-----
CAOILFHIONNMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements caol slender and fionn fair, hence fair and slender.-----
CAOILINNMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Caoilfhionn meaning fair and slender.-----
CARLINMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic unisex name meaning little champion.-----
CARLYNMisc. GaelicFeminine variant spelling of Irish Gaelic unisex Carlin meaning little champion.-----
CATRAOINEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Old French Caterine meaning pure.-----
CATRIONAMisc. GaelicModern Irish Gaelic form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
CATRONAMisc. GaelicModern Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
CEIBHFHIONNMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning fair locks. In mythology this is the name of a water goddess of inspiration intelligence knowledge and creativity.-----
CIANNAITMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Cian meaning ancient, distant.-----
CIARAMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Ciaran meaning little black one.-----
CIORSDANMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Cairistiona meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CIORSTAGMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Cairistiona meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CIORSTAIDHMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Cairistiona meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
CLODAGHMisc. GaelicModern Irish name derived from the river name which probably got its name from Gaelic clodach or cladach meaning muddy.-----
CURSTAIDHMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Cairistiona meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
DAMHNAITMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the word damh fawn and a diminutive suffix hence little fawn.-----
DEARBHAILMisc. GaelicIrish name composed of the Gaelic elements der daughter and fail destiny, hence daughter of destiny.-----
DEARBHLAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning true poet.-----
DEIRBHILEMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements der daughter and file poet, hence poet s daughter.-----
DEOIRIDHMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic name meaning pilgrim.-----
DOILEAGMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall meaning world ruler.-----
DOIREANNMisc. GaelicOld Gaelic name probably derived from the word doireann also spelled doirionn meaning sullen.-----
DOLAGMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Donnag meaning world ruler.-----
DOLLAGMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Dolag meaning world ruler.-----
DONNAGMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall meaning world ruler.-----
EABHAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Greek Eva meaning life.-----
EALASAIDMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.-----
EAMHAIRMisc. GaelicScottish form of Gaelic imhear possibly meaning ready, swift.-----
EBHAMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic abha meaning life.-----
EIBHLEANNMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name derived from the Old Irish word oiph meaning beauty, radiance. Considered by some to be a Gaelic form or equivalent of Greek Helene torch .-----
EIBHLINMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic ibhleann meaning beauty, radiance.-----
EILEANORAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Provencal Alienor meaning foreign the other.-----
EILINMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic ibhlin meaning beauty, radiance.-----
EILISMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.-----
EILISHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eilis meaning God is my oath.-----
EIMHEARMisc. GaelicGaelic name possibly derived from the word eimh meaning ready, swift.-----
EIMHIRMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic imhear possibly meaning ready, swift.-----
EIREANNMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic irinn meaning Ireland.-----
EIRICMisc. GaelicVariant form of Scottish Gaelic Oighrig possibly meaning new speckled one.-----
EIRINNMisc. GaelicDative case of Irish Gaelic ire meaning Ireland.-----
EITHNEMisc. Gaelic pronounced ee na Irish Gaelic name derived from the word eithne meaning kernel. Edna Ena Enya Ethna and Etna are Anglicized forms.-----
EITHRIGMisc. GaelicVariant form of Scottish Gaelic Oighrig possibly meaning new speckled one.-----
ELSPETHMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.-----
EMERMisc. GaelicIrish form of Gaelic imhear possibly meaning ready, swift. In mythology this is the name of Cuchulainn s wife.-----
ETAINMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the word eadan Old Irish etan cognate with Gaelic aodann face Latin ante against and Sanskrit anti opposite .tain is the heroine of The Wooing of tain. She is the daughter of Ailill king of the Ulaid second wife to Midir whose first wife the jealous Fuamnach turns her into a pool of water then a worm and finally a beautiful butterfly.-----
ETHNEMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne meaning kernel.-----
EUBHMisc. GaelicShort form of Scottish Gaelic Eubha meaning life.-----
EUBHAMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Greek Eva meaning life.-----
FEIDHELMMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning hospitable. In Irish legend this was the name of a daughter of Conchobhar.-----
FINEMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fiona meaning vine.-----
FINNGUALAMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FIONAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning vine.-----
FIONNAGHALMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FIONNAGHUALAMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FIONNGHUALAMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements fionn fair, white and guala shoulder, hence white shoulder. In Irish mythology this is the name of one of the children of Lir who were turned into swans for 900 years.-----
FIONNUALAMisc. GaelicModern form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala meaning white shoulder.-----
FRANGAGMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Scottish Gaelic Frang meaning French.-----
GORMLAITHMisc. GaelicOld Irish and Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements gorm illustrious, splendid and flaith lady, princess, hence illustrious princess or splendid lady.-----
INNISMisc. GaelicScottish unisex name derived from Gaelic inis meaning island.-----
ISIBEALMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Latin Isabella meaning God is my oath.-----
LIADAINMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Liadan meaning grey lady.-----
LIADANMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name derived from the word liath grey, hence grey lady. In legend this is the name of a poetess.-----
LUIGHSEACHMisc. Gaelic pron. Lee shock Irish form of Old Gaelic Luiseach meaning torch bringer. Used as an Irish form of Latin Lucia English Lucy meaning light.-----
LUISEACHMisc. Gaelic pron. Lee shock Gaelic name meaning light bringer.-----
MAIREMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Greek Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAIREADMisc. Gaelic pron. my raid Irish Gaelic form of Greek Margarites meaning pearl.-----
MAIRENNMisc. GaelicVariant form of Irish Gaelic Mairin meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAIRINMisc. GaelicPet form of Irish Gaelic Maire meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MAIRSILEMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Marcas meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MALLAIDHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of English Molly meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARSAILIMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Marcia meaning defense or of the sea.-----
MEABHMisc. GaelicVariant form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh meaning intoxicating. In mythology this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht the wife of Ailill.-----
MEADHBHMisc. GaelicModern form of Old Irish Gaelic Medb meaning intoxicating. In mythology this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht the wife of Ailill.-----
MEDBMisc. GaelicOld Irish Gaelic name meaning intoxicating. In mythology this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht the wife of Ailill.-----
MORMisc. GaelicIrish and Scottish Gaelic name meaning great.-----
MUADHNAITMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the word muadh good, noble, and a diminutive suffix hence little noble one.-----
MUIREALLMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Irish Gaelic Muirgheal meaning sea bright.-----
MUIREANNMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements muir sea and fionn blessed, fair, white, hence sea fair. In mythology this is the name of the mother of Fionn mac Cumhail.-----
MUIRENNMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Muirgen meaning born of the sea.-----
MUIRGENMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning born of the sea.In mythology this is the name of a maiden who was changed into a salmon.-----
MUIRGHEALMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements muir sea and geal bright, hence sea bright.-----
MUIRINMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Muirgen meaning born of the sea.-----
MUIRIOLMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Irish Gaelic Muirgheal meaning sea bright.-----
MUIRNEMisc. GaelicOld Gaelic name meaning beloved.-----
MURRONMisc. GaelicScottish form of Irish Gaelic Muireann meaning sea fair.-----
NANDAGMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Annag meaning favor grace.-----
NAOMHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning holy.-----
NIAMHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic myth name of the daughter of a sea god meaning beauty, brightness.-----
NUALAMisc. GaelicShort form of Irish Gaelic Fionnuala meaning white shoulder.-----
ODHARNAITMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Odhran meaning little sallow one.-----
OIGHRIGMisc. GaelicPossibly a modern variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Aithbhreac meaning new speckled one.-----
ORFHLAITHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name composed of the elements or gold and flaith princess, hence gold princess.-----
ORLAITHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic rfhlaith meaning gold princess.-----
PADRAIGINMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Irish Gaelic Padraig meaning patrician of noble descent.-----
PISLIGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic name possibly derived from Late Latin basilica meaning church.-----
RAGHNAIDMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Scandinavian Ragnhild meaning battle counsel.-----
RAGHNAILTMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Scandinavian Ragnhild meaning battle counsel.-----
RIOGHNACHMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the Gaelic word rioghan meaning queen. In mythology this is the name of the wife of king Niall.-----
RIONAMisc. GaelicShort form of Irish Gaelic Catriona meaning pure.-----
RIONACHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Rioghnach meaning queen.-----
SABIAMisc. GaelicLatin form of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh meaning sweet.-----
SADBMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh meaning sweet.-----
SADHBHMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning sweet.-----
SAIBHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh meaning sweet.-----
SAOIRSEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning freedom.-----
SARAIDMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning excellent.-----
SENGAMisc. GaelicScottish name probably derived from the Gaelic word seang meaning slender.-----
SEONAGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of English Joan meaning God is gracious.-----
SEONAIDMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form English Janet meaning God is gracious.-----
SIBEALMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Latin Isabella meaning God is my oath.-----
SILEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
SLEMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
SLEASMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
SINEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Anglo Norman French Jehane meaning God is gracious.-----
SNEMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of French Jeanne meaning God is gracious.-----
SINEADMisc. Gaelic pron. Shinade Irish Gaelic form of French Jeanette meaning God is gracious.-----
SNEAGMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of French Jeanette meaning God is gracious.-----
SIOFRAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning elf.-----
SITHMAITHMisc. GaelicIrish name composed of the Gaelic elements sith peace and maith good, hence peace good.-----
SLAINEMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning health.-----
SLINEMisc. GaelicScottish form of Irish Gaelic Slaine meaning health.-----
SORCHAMisc. GaelicGaelic name meaning radiant. In use by the Irish and Scottish.-----
TAILEFLAITHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Gaelic Tuilelaith meaning princess of abundance.-----
TERLAGMisc. GaelicFeminine form of Scottish Gaelic Tearlach meaning instigator.-----
TEASAGMisc. GaelicPet form of Scottish Gaelic Seonag meaning God is gracious.-----
TOIREASAMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Spanish Theresa meaning harvester.-----
TREASAMisc. GaelicContracted form of Irish Gaelic Toireasa meaning harvester.-----
TUILELAITHMisc. GaelicGaelic name composed of the elements tuile abundance and flaith lady, princess, hence princess of abundance.-----
UNAMisc. GaelicIrish name probably derived from the Gaelic vocabulary word una meaning famine, hunger. In Irish legend this was the name of the sweetheart of poet Tomas Costello who withered away and died after being forbidden by her parents to see him.-----
ACHIMAFeminineGermanform of Greek Achim probably meaning Jehovah raises up. In use in Germany.-----
ADAGermanPet form of German names containing the element adal meaning noble. Compare with other forms of Ada.-----
ADALAOldGermanGerman name derived from adal meaning noble.-----
ADALEIZGermanOlder form of Old High German Adalhaid meaning noble sort.-----
ADALHAIDGermanOld High German name composed of the elements adal noble and haidu kind, sort, hence noble sort.-----
ADALHEIDGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adalhaid meaning noble sort.-----
ADALHEIDISGermanLatinized form of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
ADALINDAGermanOld High German name composed of the elements adal noble and lind serpent, snake, hence noble serpent.-----
ADALWOLFAGermanFeminine form of German Adalwolf meaning noble wolf.-----
ADELHEIDGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
ADELHEITGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
ADELINDGermanAbbreviated form of Old High German Adelinda meaning noble serpent.-----
ADELINDAGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adalinda meaning noble serpent.-----
ADELINDEGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adelinda meaning noble serpent.-----
ADELONDAGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Adelinda meaning noble serpent.-----
ADELTRUDISGermanGerman equivalent of Anglo Saxon thelthryth oelryo meaning noble strength.-----
AGATAGermanGermanSwedish and Slovene form of Latin Agatha meaning good.-----
AGLAJAGermanGerman form of Greek Aglaia meaning beauty, splendor.-----
AGNAGermanGerman form of Greek Hagne meaning chaste holy.-----
AGNETHGermanVariant spelling of German Agnethe meaning chaste holy.-----
AGNETHEGermanGerman form of Greek Hagne meaning chaste holy.-----
ALEITGermanGerman and Swiss short form of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
ALINAShortGermanform of German names ending with NAME Compare with other forms of Alina.-----
ALKEGermanLow German form of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort.-----
ALOSIAFeminineGermanform of German Alois meaning famous warrior.-----
AMALAFeminineGermanform of German Amal meaning labor, work. Compare with another form of Amala.-----
AMALIAGermanOld German name derived from the word amal meaning work.-----
AMALIEGermanVariant spelling of German Amalia meaning work.-----
AMELINDAGermanOld German name composed of the elements amal work and lint serpent, snake, or lind soft, weak, hence either work serpent or weak worker.-----
ANELIEGermanShort form of German Anneliese meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANGELIKAGermanGerman and Polish form of Latin Angelicus meaning angelic.-----
ANINAGermanGerman pet form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace. Compare with other forms of Anina.-----
ANKEGermanLow German pet form of Latin Anna meaning grace or favor.-----
ANNALEISAGermanVariant spelling of German Anneliese meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANNALIESAGermanVariant spelling of German Anneliese meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANNALIESEGermanVariant spelling of German Anneliese meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANNEKEGermanShort form of Low German Anneken meaning favor grace.-----
ANNEKENGermanLow German diminutive form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
ANNELIEGermanContracted form of German Anneliese meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANNELIENGermanPet form of German Annelie meaning favor grace and God is my oath.-----
ANNELIESEGermanGerman compound name composed of French Anne favor grace and Liese God is my oath.-----
ANNE MARIEGermanVariant spelling of German Annemarie meaning favor grace, and obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNEMARIEGermanGerman compound name composed of French Anne favor grace, and Marie obstinate, rebellious.-----
ANNIKENGermanVariant spelling of Low German Anneken meaning favor grace.-----
ANNIKINGermanVariant spelling of Low German Anniken meaning favor grace.-----
ANSELMAGermanFeminine form of German Anselm meaning divine helmet.-----
ANTJEGermanLow German pet form of Latin Anna meaning favor grace.-----
ATHALAGermanOld German name meaning noble.-----
AVISOldGermanGerman nickname possibly meaning refuge in war.Compare with another form of Avis.-----
BALDHILDGermanOld High German name composed of the elements bald bold, brave and hild battle, hence bold battle.-----
BALTHILDGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Baldhild meaning bold battle.-----
BRBELGermanGerman form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BATHILDGermanOld High German name composed of the elements batu fight, thrust and hild battle, hence fight battle.-----
BATHILDAGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BATHILDEGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BATHILDISGermanLatinized form of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BEATEGermanGerman name derived from Latin beatus meaning blessed.-----
BELAKANEGermanIn the German Arthurian epic poem Parzival this is the name of Percival s stepmother an African queen and mother of Feirefiz Percival s mulatto half brother.-----
BELINDAGermanPossibly a contracted form of Old High German Betlinde meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BERLINGermanFrom the German city name of uncertain etymology possibly related to the Old Polabian stem berl meaning swamp.-----
BERTHAGermanOld German name derived from the word berht meaning bright.-----
BERTILDAGermanOld German name composed of the elements berht bright and hild battle, hence bright battle maid.-----
BETLINDEGermanOld High German name composed of the elements beraht bright, shining and lint serpent or linta linden tree, hence bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BRIGITTEGermanFrench and German form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRUNAGermanFeminine form of German Bruno meaning brown.-----
BRUNHILDGermanOld High German form of Old Norse Brynhildr meaning armored warrior woman.-----
BRUNNHILDEGermanVariant form of Old High German Brunhild meaning armored warrior woman.-----
CCILIAGermanGerman form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
CCILIEGermanGerman form of Latin Ccilia meaning blind.-----
CARLAFeminineGermanform of German Carl meaning man. Compare with another form of Carla.-----
CARLENEGermanPet form of German Carla meaning man.-----
CHLOTICHILDAGermanGerman name composed of the elements hloda famous, renowned and hild battle, hence famous battle maid.-----
CHRISTIANEGermanGermanform of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Christiane.-----
CHRISTIANNEGermanGermanform of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Christianne.-----
CLARAMONDGermanGerman name meaning bright protector.-----
CLARIMONDGermanVariant spelling of German Claramond meaning bright protector.-----
CLOTHILDAGermanVariant spelling of German Clotilda meaning famous battle maid.-----
CLOTHILDEGermanModern variant spelling of German Chlotichilda meaning famous battle maid.-----
CLOTILDAGermanModern variant spelling of German Chlotichilda meaning famous battle maid.-----
CONRADINEGermanFeminine form of German Conrad meaning bold counsel.-----
CUNDRIEGermanArthurian legend name. It appears in the German epic poem Parzival an adaptation of Chretien de Troyes Perceval the Story of the Grail as the name of a messenger of the Grail who condemns Parzival.-----
CUNDRYGermanVariant spelling of German Cundrie of unknown meaning.-----
DIETRICHAGermanFeminine form of German Dietrich meaning first of the people king of nations.-----
EDILTRUDISGermanVariant spelling of German Adeltrudis meaning noble strength.-----
ELEONOREGermanGerman form of French Eleonore meaning foreign the other.-----
ELFIGermanPet form of German Elfriede meaning elf strength.-----
ELFRIEDEGermanGerman equivalent of Anglo Saxon lfryo meaning elfin strength.-----
ELISAGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELISABETHGermanGermanform of Greek Elisabet meaning God is my oath.Compare with another form of Elisabeth.-----
ELISEGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELISSAPetGermanform of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Elissa.-----
ELKEDiminutiveGermanform of Old High German Adalheid meaning noble sort. Compare with another form of Elke.-----
ELLIPetGermanform of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Elli.-----
ELSAPetGermanform of German Elsabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELSABETHGermanContracted form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELSEGermanPet form of German Elsabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
ELSIEGermanPet form of German Elsabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
EMELINEVariantGermanspelling of German Emmeline meaning work. Compare with another form of Emeline.-----
EMILIEGermanGerman form of Latin Emilia meaning rival.-----
EMLINGermanMedieval form of German Emmeline meaning work.-----
EMMALINEGermanVariant spelling of German Emmeline meaning work.-----
EMMELINEGermanOld German name derived from the word amal meaning work.-----
ERMAGermanVariant spelling of German Irma meaning entire, whole.-----
ERMELINDAGermanVariant spelling of German Irmalinda meaning wholly gentle.-----
ERNAFeminineGermanform of German Ernust meaning battle to the death , serious business. Compare with another form of Erna.-----
ERNSTAGermanFeminine form of German Ernst meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
FELICIEGermanGerman feminine form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FRANZISKAGermanFeminine form of German Franz meaning French.-----
FRAUKEGermanGerman name composed of the element frau lady and a diminutive suffix meaning little lady.-----
FREIDAGermanVariant spelling of German Frieda meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Freida.-----
FRIEDAGermanPet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIEDEGermanPet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRIEDERIKEGermanFeminine form of German Friederic meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FRITZIGermanPet form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.-----
GABRIELEGermanGerman feminine form of Latin Gabrielus meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GENOVEVAGermanGerman and Spanish form of Celtic Genovefa probably meaning race of women.-----
GERDEGermanGerman form of Old Norse Geror meaning enclosure, stronghold.-----
GERLINDEGermanGerman name composed of the elements geri spear and lind soft, tender, weak, hence soft spear.-----
GERTIEGermanPet form of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
GERTRAUDGermanVariant spelling of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
GERTRUDGermanHungarian form of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
GERTRUDGermanVariant spelling of German Gertrude meaning spear strength.-----
GERTRUDEGermanGerman name composed of the elements ger spear and ru strength, hence spear strength.-----
GISAPetGermanform of German Gisela meaning pledge, hostage, noble offspring. Compare with another form of Gisa.-----
GISELAGermanFeminine form of German Gisil meaning pledge, hostage, noble offspring.-----
GITTAGermanGerman short form of French/German Brigitte meaning exalted one.-----
GRETEShortGermanform of German Margareta meaning pearl. Compare with another form of Grete.-----
GRETELGermanPet form of German Grete meaning pearl.-----
GRISELDAGermanGermanic name composed of the elements gris grey and hild battle, hence grey battle maid.-----
GUDRUNGermanGerman and Scandinavian form of Old Norse Guorun meaning divine rune.-----
GUNDAGermanShort form of Germanic names containing the element gund meaning war.-----
GUNDULAGermanElaborated form of German Gunda meaning war.-----
HADUWIGGermanOld High German name composed of the elements hadu contention and wig battle, war, hence contending battle.-----
HADWIGISGermanVariant spelling of German Hedwig meaning contending battle.-----
HANNEFeminineGermanform of German Han meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Hanne.-----
HANNELOREGermanGerman compound name composed of Hanne God is gracious and Eleonore foreign the other.-----
HEDDAGermanPet form of German Hedwig meaning contending battle.-----
HEDWIGGermanVariant form of Old High German Haduwig meaning contending battle.-----
HEDYGermanPet form of German Hedwig meaning contending battle.-----
HEILWIGGermanOld High German name composed of the elements heil healthy, whole and wig battle, war, hence healthy battle maid.-----
HEINRIKEGermanFeminine form of German Heinrich meaning home ruler.-----
HELENEGermanGermanform of Greek Helene probably meaning torch.-----
HELLAPetGermanform of German Helene probably meaning torch. Compare with another form of Hella.-----
HELMAGermanShort form of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet.-----
HELMINEGermanShort form of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet.-----
HERMINEGermanFeminine form of German Hermann meaning army man.-----
HILDAOldGermanGerman short form of longer names containing hild meaning battle.Compare with another form of Hilda.-----
HILTRAUDGermanGerman name composed of the elements hild battle and ru strength, hence battle strength.-----
HILTRUDGermanVariant spelling of German Hiltraud meaning battle strength.-----
HILTRUDEGermanVariant spelling of German Hiltraud meaning battle strength.-----
ILMAGermanPet form of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet.-----
ILSAGermanVariant spelling of German Ilse meaning God is my oath.-----
ILSEGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
IMAVariantGermanspelling of German Imma meaning entire, whole. Compare with another form of Ima.-----
IMKEGermanPet form of Low German Imma meaning entire, whole.-----
IMMALowGermanGerman form of German Irma meaning entire, whole. Compare with another form of Imma.-----
IRMAGermanShort form of longer German names beginning with Irm meaning entire, whole.-----
IRMALINDAGermanOld German name composed of the elements irmen entire, whole and lint soft, tender, hence entirely gentle.-----
IRMGARDGermanGerman name composed of the elements irmen entire, whole and gard enclosure, hence entirely protected.-----
ISHILDGermanOld German name composed of the elements is ice and hild battle, strife, hence ice battle. This is the name from which the English Arthurian legend name Isolde French Iseult was derived.-----
ISOLDGermanA derivative of Germanic Ishild meaning ice battle.-----
IVONETTEGermanPet form of German Ivonne meaning yew tree.-----
IVONNEGermanGerman form of French Yvette meaning yew tree.-----
JANNIKELowGermanGerman diminutive form of Latin Johanna meaning God is gracious. Compare with another form of Jannike.-----
JULIANEGermanFrench and German feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JUTTAGermanGerman form of Hebrew Yehuwdiyth meaning Jewess or praised.-----
JUTTEGermanVariant spelling of German Jutta meaning Jewess or praised.-----
KARLAGermanFeminine form of German Karl meaning man.-----
KARLENEGermanPet form of German Karla meaning man.-----
KARLOTTEGermanGerman form of French Charlotte meaning man.-----
KAROLINEGermanDanish German and Norwegian form of Latin Carolina meaning man.-----
KASIMIRAGermanFeminine form of German Kasimir meaning commands peace.-----
KATARINAGermanSwedish form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure. This form is also used in Germany Hungary and many other Slavic countries.-----
KATARINEGermanGerman form of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
KTHARINAGermanGerman form of Latin Katherina meaning pure.-----
KTHEGermanPet form of German Katharina meaning pure.-----
KATHRINGermanGerman form of Latin Katherina meaning pure.-----
KATINKAGermanGerman form of Russian Katenka meaning pure.-----
KATRINGermanPet form of German Katarine meaning pure.-----
KATRINAVariantGermanspelling of German Katrine meaning pure. Compare with another form of Katrina.-----
KATRINEContractedGermanform of German Katarine meaning pure. Compare with another form of Katrine.-----
KERSTINLowGermanGerman form of Latin Christina meaning believer or follower of Christ. Compare with another form of Kerstin.-----
KINGEGermanPet form of German Kunigunde meaning brave war.-----
KIRSAGermanOld Germanic name meaning cherry.-----
KLARAGermanGermanform of Latin Clara meaning clear, bright.Compare with other forms of Klara.-----
KLOTHILDAGermanVariant spelling of German Clothilda meaning famous battle maid.-----
KRESZENTIAGermanGerman form of Latin Crescentia meaning to spring up, grow, thrive.-----
KRESZENZGermanShort form of German Kreszentia meaning to spring up, grow, thrive.-----
KRIEMHILDGermanGerman myth name of the sister of Gunther and wife of Siegfried in the Nibelungenlied composed of the Germanic elements grim mask and hild battle, hence battle mask.-----
KRIEMHILDEGermanVariant spelling of German Kriemhild meaning battle mask.-----
KRIMHILDEGermanVariant spelling of German Kriemhild meaning battle mask.-----
KRISTENGermanGerman form of French Christine meaning believer or follower of Christ.-----
KUNIBERTGermanGerman name composed of the elements kuoni brave and berhaht bright, hence brave bright.-----
KUNIGUNDEGermanGerman name composed of the elements kuoni brave and gund strife, hence brave war.-----
LENEShortGermanform of German Helene possibly meaning torch. Compare with another form of Lene.-----
LENIGermanPet form of German Helene possibly meaning torch.-----
LEONOREGermanShort form of German Eleonore meaning foreign the other.-----
LIESGermanVariant spelling of German Liese meaning God is my oath.-----
LIESAGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIESEGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIESELGermanPet form of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
LIESELOTTEGermanDiminutive form of German Liese meaning God is my oath.-----
LIESLGermanVariant spelling of German Liesel meaning God is my oath.-----
LILIPetGermanform of German Elisabeth meaning God is my oath. Compare with other forms of Lili.-----
LILOPetGermanform of German Lieselotte meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Lilo.-----
LISELOTTEGermanVariant spelling of German Lieselotte meaning God is my oath.-----
LORAGermanGermanform of Latin Laura meaning laurel. Compare with another form of Lora.-----
LOREVariantGermanspelling of German Lora meaning laurel. Compare with another form of Lore.-----
LORELEIGermanVariant spelling of German Loreley meaning murmuring rock.-----
LORELEYGermanGerman name composed of the elements lureln murmuring and ley rock, hence murmuring rock. In folklore this is the name of a maiden who lived on a rock in the Rhine river and lured fishermen to their death with her song.-----
LOTTEShortGermanform of German Liselotte meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Lotte.-----
LUISEGermanGerman form of French Louise meaning famous warrior.-----
LUITGARDGermanGerman name composed of the elements liut people and gard enclosure, protection, hence people protection.-----
LULUGermanPet form of German Luise and French Louise both meaning famous warrior.-----
LUTGARDGermanVariant spelling of German Luitgard meaning people protection.-----
LUTGARDISGermanLatin form of German Luitgard meaning people protection.-----
MADDEGermanVariant spelling of Low German Maud meaning mighty in battle.-----
MAGDAShortGermanform of various Germanic forms of Greek Magdalene meaning of Magdala. Compare with another form of Magda.-----
MAGDALENAGermanLatin form of Greek Magdalene meaning of Magdala. In use by the Germans Scandinavians and Spanish.-----
MAGDALENEGermanEnglish and German form of Greek Magdalene meaning of Magdala. In the bible this is the name of a woman who was cleansed of sin by Jesus and remained with him throughout his ministry and witnessed his crucifixion and resurrection.-----
MALWINEGermanGerman form of Scottish Malvina meaning smooth brow.-----
MAREIKEGermanGerman pet form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARGARETAGermanGermanform of Latin Margarita meaning pearl. Compare with another form of Margareta.-----
MARGARETEGermanGermanform of Latin Margarita meaning pearl. Compare with another form of Margarete.-----
MARIELEGermanGerman pet form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MARLENEGermanGerman form of Latin Marlena meaning rebel of Magdala.-----
MARLISGermanContracted form of German Maria Liese meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion and God is my oath.-----
MARTHEGermanFrench and German form of Greek Martha meaning lady, mistress.-----
MAUDMedievalGermanGerman short form of Teutonic Mechthild meaning mighty in battle. Compare with another form of Maud.-----
MEIKEGermanGerman pet form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MELUSINAGermanVariant spelling of German Melusine meaning either wonder or sea fog.-----
MELUSINEGermanGerman legend name of a fresh water spirit believed to reside in sacred springs and rivers meaning either wonder or sea fog. Melusine is depicted as being like a fish or serpent from the waist down.-----
METAGermanShort form of German Margarete meaning pearl.-----
METTEGermanLow German form of Gothic Mahthildis meaning mighty in battle.-----
MINAShortGermanform of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet. Compare with another form of Mina.-----
MINEGermanShort form of German Wilhelmine meaning will helmet.-----
MINNAGermanVariant spelling of German Mina meaning will helmet.-----
MINNIEGermanPet form of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet.-----
MIRJAMGermanDutch and German form of Hebrew Miryam meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
MITZIGermanGerman pet form of Latin Maria meaning obstinacy, rebelliousness or their rebellion.-----
NADJAGermanGerman form of Russian Nadya meaning hope.-----
ODAFeminineGermanform of German Odo meaning wealthy. Compare with another form of Oda.-----
ODELIAVariantGermanspelling of German Odilia meaning wealthy. Compare with another form of Odelia.-----
ODILAGermanVariant spelling of German Odilia meaning wealthy.-----
ODILIAGermanFeminine form of German Odo meaning wealthy.-----
ORTRUNGermanGerman name composed of the elements ort point and run rune, secret, hence point rune.-----
OTTHILDGermanGerman name composed of the elements od fortune, wealth and hild battle, hence battle of fortune. This name was given to an asteroid discovered by Karl Wilhelm Reinmuth in Heidelberg Germany on March 18 1923.-----
OTTILAGermanVariant spelling of German Ottilia meaning wealthy.-----
OTTILIAGermanFeminine form of German Otto meaning wealthy.-----
OTTOLINEGermanPet form of German Ottilia meaning wealthy.-----
PORSCHEGermanGerman form of Roman Latin Porcius meaning pig. A moon of Uranus was given this name.-----
REBEKKAGermanDanish German and Norwegian form of Greek Rhebekka meaning ensnarer.-----
REINHILDEGermanGerman name composed of the elements regin advice, decision, counsel and hild battle, hence battle counsel.-----
RENATEGermanDutch and German form of Latin Renata meaning reborn.-----
RICARDAGermanFeminine form of Spanish Ricardo meaning powerful ruler. Used mostly in Germany.-----
RIKEGermanShort form of German Friederike meaning peaceful ruler.-----
ROMEYGermanVariant spelling of German Romy meaning rose and obstinate, rebellious.-----
ROMYGermanPet form of German Rosemarie meaning rose and obstinate, rebellious.-----
ROSShortGermanform of German Rosamund meaning horse protection. Compare with another form of Ros.-----
ROSALINDGermanOften translated lovely rose using Latin elements this name was introduced to Britain by the Normans and is therefore more likely to be of Germanic origin probably composed of the elements hros horse and lind weak, tender, hence weak horse.-----
ROSAMONDGermanVariant spelling of German Rosamund meaning horse protection.-----
ROSAMUNDGermanGerman name composed of the elements hros horse and mund protection, hence horse protection.-----
ROSEMARIEGermanGerman compound name composed of Rose rose and Marie obstinate, rebellious.-----
ROSWITHAGermanGerman name composed of the elements hrod fame and swin strength, hence renowned strength.-----
RUPERTAGermanFeminine form of Low German Rupert meaning bright fame.-----
SABINEGermanFrench and German form of Roman Latin Sabina meaning Sabine a follower of another religion.-----
SALIDAGermanOld German name meaning happiness, joy.-----
SARAGermanAnglicized form of Greek Sarra meaning noble lady, princess.In the bible this is the name that God gave to Sarai wife of Abraham. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe Dutch German Greek Italian Polish Portuguese Spanish Scandinavian and Slovene.-----
SASCHAGermanGerman form of Russian unisex Sasha meaning defender of mankind.-----
SCHWANHILDGermanVariant spelling of German Swanhild meaning swan battle.-----
SELMAShortGermanform of German Anselma meaning divine helmet. Compare with other forms of Selma.-----
SENTAGermanPet form of German Kreszentia meaning to spring up, grow, thrive.-----
SIBYLLEGermanFrench and German form of Greek Sibylla meaning prophetess.-----
SIEGHILDGermanGerman name composed of the elements sige victory and hild battle, hence victory battle.-----
SIEGLINDEGermanGerman name composed of the elements sige victory and linde gentle, soft, hence victory gentle.-----
SIGIGermanPet form of German Sieglinde meaning gentle battle.Compare with masculine Sigi.-----
SOFIAGermanVariant spelling of Greek Sophia meaning wisdom. This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe by the Finnish Italians Germans Norwegians Portuguese and Swedish.-----
SOFIEGermanDutch and German form of French Sophie meaning wisdom.-----
SOMMERGermanGermanequivalent of English Summer meaning summer. Compare with another form of Sommer.-----
SONJEGermanGerman form of Russian Sonya meaning wisdom.-----
SUSANNEGermanGerman form of Latin Susanna meaning lily.-----
SUSEPetGermanform of German Susanne meaning lily. Compare with another form of Suse.-----
SVENJAGermanLow German short form of names beginning with svan meaning swan.-----
SWANHILDGermanOld German name composed of the elements swan swan and hild battle, hence swan battle.-----
SWANHILDAGermanLow German form of German Swanhild meaning swan battle.-----
SWANHILDEGermanVariant spelling of Low German Swanhilda meaning swan battle.-----
TABEAGermanGerman pet form of Greek Tabitha meaning female gazelle.-----
TERESIAGermanGerman and Swedish form of Spanish Teresa meaning harvester.-----
THERESIAGermanDutch and German form of Spanish Therasia meaning harvester.-----
URSELGermanGerman form of Latin Ursula meaning little she bear.-----
USCHIGermanPet form of German Ursel meaning little she bear.-----
UTEGermanFeminine form of German Udo meaning child.-----
VALDAGermanOld High German name derived from the word waltan meaning power, rule.-----
VERENAGermanSwiss and German name possibly derived from Latin vereri meaning to fear, to respect.-----
VIKTORIAGermanGerman and Scandinavian form of Roman Latin Victoria meaning conqueror or victory.-----
VRENIGermanPet form of Swiss/German Verena possibly meaning to fear, to respect.-----
WALBORGVariantGermanspelling of Old High German Walburg meaning salvation of the slain in battle.-----
WALBURGGermanContracted form of Old High German Waldeburg meaning salvation of the slain in battle.-----
WALBURGAGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Walburg meaning salvation of the slain in battle.-----
WALDEBURGGermanOld High German name composed of the elements wala dead, slain in battle and burg help, protection, salvation, hence salvation of the slain in battle.-----
WALTRAUDGermanGerman name composed of the elements walah Celtic, foreigner and thrud strength, hence foreign strength.-----
WANDAProbablyGermana feminine form of German Wendel meaning a Wend a wanderer, a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.-----
WIBEKEGermanFeminine form of German Wiebe meaning war.-----
WIEBKEGermanFeminine form of German Wiebe meaning war.-----
WIGBURGGermanGerman name composed of the elements wig battle, war and burg help, protection, salvation, hence war protection.-----
WILDAGermanGermansurname transferred to forename use meaning wild. Compare with another form of Wilda.-----
WILFREDAFeminineGermanform of German Wilfried meaning desires peace. Compare with another form of Wilfreda.-----
WILHELMINAFeminineGermanform of German Wilhelm meaning will helmet.-----
WILHELMINEGermanFeminine form of German Wilhelm meaning will helmet.-----
WILMAContractedGermanform of German Wilhelmina meaning will helmet. Compare with another form of Wilma.-----
ZELDAShortGermanform of German Griselda meaning gray battle maid.Compare with another form of Zelda.-----
ZENZIGermanPet form of German Kreszenz meaning to spring up, grow, thrive.-----
ADOSINDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicfierce strength.-----
AMALAFRIDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork peace.-----
AMALASONTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork strength.-----
AMALASUINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork strength.-----
AMALASWINTHGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork strength.-----
AMALASWINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork strength.-----
AMALINAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork serpent.-----
AMALWARAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothiccareful worker.-----
AMELINAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork serpent.-----
AVAGISAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicancestor hostage.-----
AVINAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicheir or relic.-----
BRENHILDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
BRUNICHILDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
BRUNIHILDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
CHLODOSWINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicfamous strength.-----
FREDEGONDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicpeace war.-----
GAILAVIRAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicholy strength -----
GAILESVINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicpledge of strength -----
GARSENDISGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicspear strength.-----
GELESWINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicpledge of strength -----
GELVIRAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicholy strength.-----
GOISVINTHAGothic/Visigothic/OstrogothicGoth strong.-----
GOSVINTHAGothic/Visigothic/OstrogothicGoth strong.-----
HERMANGILDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicmighty pledge.-----
HERMESINDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwork strength.-----
HEVAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothiclife.-----
HILDUARAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbattle prudence.-----
LIUVAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothiclove.-----
MATASVINTHAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicmother s dawn.-----
RADEGONDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwar council.-----
RADEGONDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicwar council.-----
RICIBERGAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicruling guard.-----
ACHIMAFeminineGreekform of Greek Achim probably meaning Jehovah raises up. In use in Germany.-----
ACHIMAHVariantGreekspelling of Greek Achima probably meaning Jehovah raises up.-----
ADELFAGreek Variant spelling of Greek Adelpha meaning born of the same womb sibling.-----
ADELPHAGreek Feminine form of Greek Adelphos and Latin Adelphus both meaning born of the same womb sibling.-----
ADONIAGreek Feminine form of Greek Adonis meaning my lord. Compare with masculine Adonia.-----
ADRASTEIAGreek Feminine form of Greek Adrastos meaning inescapable or not running away. In Greek mythology this is the name of a nymph who cared for the infant Zeus and also an epithet belonging to the goddess Nemesis.-----
AELLAGreek Greek and Latin variant form of Greek Aello meaning storm wind whirlwind. In Greek mythology this is the name of an Amazon warrior who was killed by Herakles. She was known for wielding a double axe.-----
AELLAIGreek Variant form of Greek Aello meaning whirlwinds.-----
AELLGreek Greek name meaning storm wind whirlwind. In Greek mythology this is the name of an Amazon warrior who was killed by Herakles. She was known for wielding a double axe.-----
AGAPEGreek Greek name derived from the word agape meaning divine love.-----
AGATHEGreek Greek name derived from the word agathos meaning good. It is the feminine form of Agathias.-----
AGAUEGreek Greek name derived from the word agauos meaning illustrious noble. In Greek mythology this is the name of one of the four daughters of Kadmos king of Theben in Boiotia and his wife Harmonia.-----
AGAVEGreekVariant spelling of Greek Agaue meaning illustrious, noble. This is the botanical name for the American aloe plant probably chosen because of its stately flower stem.-----
AGLAIAGreek Greek myth name of one of the three Graces meaning beauty, splendor. The other two are Thaleia blossoming, luxuriant, and Euphrosyne joy, merriment.-----
AGLAIEGreek Variant spelling of Greek Aglaia the myth name of one of the three Graces meaning beauty, splendor.-----
AIGLEGreek Greek name meaning radiance, splendor. In mythology this is the name of several characters including a goddess of good health.-----
AIKATERINAGreekVariant spelling of Greek Aikaterine meaning pure.-----
AIKATERINEGreek Greek name of uncertain etymology but from an early date it has been associated with the Greek adjective katharos meaning pure.-----
AKAKALLISGreek Greek name meaning daffodil. In mythology this is the name of a nymph who was the mother of Philandros by Apollo.-----
AKANTHAGreek Greek name meaning thorn. In mythology this is the name of a nymph loved by Apollo.-----
AKELDAMAGreek Greek form of Aramaic hqel dma meaning field of blood. In the bible this is the name of the place where Judas Iscariot committed suicide.-----
ALALAGreek Greek name meaning war like. In mythology this is the name of the sister of Ares and personification of the war cry. Compare with another form of Alala.-----
ALEKTOGreek Greek name meaning unceasing.In Greek mythology this is the name of one of the Furies Gr. Erinyes Eumenides . Virgil named two others Megaira grudge, and Tisiphone murder retribution.-----
ALEXANDRAFeminineGreekform of Greek Alexandros meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALKESTISGreek Greek name meaning might of the home. In mythology this is the name of a princess who was rescued by Herakles when she descended into Hades in place of her husband.-----
ALKIPPEGreek Greek name meaning mighty mare.In mythology this was the name of a daughter of Ares.-----
ALKMENEGreek Greek name meaning might of the moon. In mythology this is the name of the mortal mother of Herakles by Zeus.-----
ALKYONEGreek Greek name meaning kingfisher. In mythology this is the name of a star nymph loved by Poseidon. She is the daughter of Atlas and Pleione.-----
ALTHAIAGreek Greek name possibly meaning healing. In mythology this is the name of the mother of Meleagros.-----
AMALTHEIAGreek Greek name meaning to soothe. In mythology this is the name of a goat who was the foster mother of Zeus.-----
AMBROSIAGreekFeminine form of Greek Ambrosios meaning immortal.In Greek mythology ambrosia is the name of a food or drink of the gods that gives them immortality.-----
AMETHEAGreekGreek name meaning no loiterer. In mythology this is the name of one of the horses of the sun god Helios.-----
AMINTAGreekVariant spelling of Greek Amynta meaning defender. Compare with another form of Amynta.-----
AMPHITRITEGreek Greek name composed of the elements amphi around, of both kinds, on both sides, and the Triton sea, hence around the sea or on both sides of the sea. In mythology this is the name of a sea goddess who became the consort of Poseidon. It is also the name of an asteroid.-----
AMYNTAGreek Feminine form of Greek Amyntas meaning defender.-----
ANATISGreek Greek form of Persian Anahita meaning immaculate.-----
ANASTASIAFeminineGreekform of Greek Anastasios meaning resurrection. Compare with another form of Anastasia.-----
ANASTASOULAGreek Variant form of Greek Anastasios meaning resurrection.-----
ANDROMACHEGreek Greek name composed of the elements andros of a man/warrior and mache battle, hence man/warrior battle. In mythology this is the name of the kidnapped wife of Hektor.-----
ANDROMDEGreek Greek name composed of the elements androsi man/warrior and medomai to think, hence thinks like a man/warrior. In mythology this is the name of the daughter of Kassiopeia who was to be sacrificed to the sea monster Medousa but was rescued by Perseus. Andromeda is said to have been an Ethiopian princess and ancient Ethiopians considered her and Perseus to be the progenitors of the black race.-----
ANDRONIKAGreek Feminine form of Greek Andronikos meaning victory of a man/warrior.-----
ANEMONEGreek Greek name derived from the word anemos meaning wind. In mythology this is the name of a nymph who was turned into a wind flower.-----
ANTHEIAGreek Greek name meaning flower. In mythology this is the name of a goddess of flowers gardens love marshes and swamps. She was worshiped on Crete.-----
ANTHOUSAGreek Greek name derived from the word anthos meaning flower. In mythology this is the name of a type of flower nymph.-----
ANTIGONEGreek Greek name composed of the elements anti against counter and gone birth generation, hence counter generation. In mythology this is the name of the sister of Priam daughter of Oidipous.-----
ANTIOPEGreek Greek name probably composed of anti against, counter and ops eyes, face, hence counter faced, or turned eyes. In mythology this is the name of a daughter of Ares and Hippolyte a queen of the Amazons who was kidnapped and married by Theseus making her the first Amazon ever to marry.-----
AOEDEGreekVariant spelling of Greek Aoide meaning to sing.-----
AOIDEGreek Greek name meaning to sing. In mythology this is the name of the one of the three original Muses before their number was increased to nine. It is also the name of a moon of Jupiter.-----
APHRODISIAGreek Feminine form of Greek Aphrodisios meaning risen from the foam. Compare with another form of Aphrodisia.-----
APHRODITEGreek Greek name composed of the elements afros foam and dity dive rise, hence risen from the foam. In mythology this is the name of the goddess of love and mother of Eros.-----
APOLLONIAGreek Feminine form of Greek Apollonios meaning of Apollo. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a maritime city of Macedonia about a day s journey from Amphipolis.-----
APPHIAGreek Greek name meaning fruitful, increasing. In the bible this is the name of Phrygian woman.-----
ARACHNEGreek Greek myth name of a young girl who was turned into a spider by Athena meaning spider.-----
ARETHOUSAGreek Greek name meaning the waterer. In mythology this is the name of one of the Hesperides and a water nymph Nereid daughter of Nereus who was pursued by Alphaios the river god. Artemis changed her into a fountain.-----
ARIADNGreek Greek name meaning utterly pure. In mythology this is the name of the