English girl names

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English girl names starting with A

Aadison – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Aaget – Diamond

Aamber – a Precious Jewel or gemstone or it also has a meaning of warm honey color

Aaralyn – An American name meaning with song, A woman with song

Aaren – Variant spelling of English Aeryn, meaning ‘Ireland.’ Compare with masculine Aaren.

Aaryn – Raised, sought after.

Abaegayle – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abagael – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abagail – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abagale – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abaigael – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abaigeal – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbatissa – Its female form of abbA?s that is feminine head of an abbey

Abbey – Pet form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’ Compare with another form of Abbey.

Abbi – Pet form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbie – Pet form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’ Compare with another form of Abbie.

Abbigael – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbigail – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbigale – Its root is Hebrew origins which means joy of my father. Also its version of abbigail with suffix -e.

Abbigayle – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbreithe – One who is a lady’s maid

Abby – Pet form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’ Compare with another form of Abby.

Abbye – Pet form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbygael – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbygail – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abbygale – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abegail – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abegayle – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abelia – Meaning Herdsman that is a person who looks for over a flock or her

Abelota – An eager, able and balanced person

Abi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiy, meaning ‘my father.’ In the bible, this is the name of the mother of King Hezekiah. Compare with masculine Abi.

Abia – Anglicized 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.

Abiah – Anglicized 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.

Abigail – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abigayil, meaning ‘father rejoices.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of King David.

Abigaill – The joy of my father

Abigaille – The rejoice of my father

Abigale – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abigall – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abigayle – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abigil – Variant spelling of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Abihail – Anglicized 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.

Abijah – Anglicized 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.

Abilene – Modern English name derived from Greek Abilene, the biblical name of a region belonging to the city of Abila, meaning ‘grassy meadow.’

Abishag – Anglicized 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.

Abital – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiytal, meaning ‘my father is dew.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of David’s wives.

Abra – Short form of Hebrew Abrahamit, meaning ‘father of a multitude.’ This name was popular in 17th century England. Also spelled Avra.

Abrianna – English feminine form of Hebrew Abraham, meaning ‘father of a multitude.’

Abriella – From the name Gabrielle, pillar of strength derived from God.

Absidee – One who impresses others and is elegant

Acacia – English 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.

Acheflour – Old English name meaning ‘suffering flower.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of King Arthur’s sister in the romance Syr Percyvelle.

Achethe – A thoughtful, honorable and clever person

Ada – Prosperous, happy

Ada – Short form of English Adelaide ‘noble sort,’ and Adela ‘noble.’ Compare with other forms of Ada.

Adah – Means ‘adornment’ in Hebrew. This was the name of the wives of both Lamech and Esau in the Old Testament

Adalbrechta – Noble

Adalee – A noble wood or the nobility of wood

Adaline – English variant spelling of French Adeline, meaning ‘little noble.’

Adallina – English variant spelling of Italian Adelina, meaning ‘noble.’

Adalyn – A variant of Adeline meaning noble, as well as Marilyn or Madeline which mean ‘wished for tower.’

Adalynn – A variant of Adeline meaning noble, as well as Marilyn or Madeline which mean ‘wished for tower.’

Adamaris – An invented Enlish-American name which is a possible combination of Ada and Maris

Adamina – Scottish feminine form of Hebrew Adam, meaning ‘earth’ or ‘red.’

Adasyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adda – Ornament, beautiful addition to the family

Addason – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addasyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addelyn – Variant of Adelaide, the name means a moral type, virtuous.

Addeson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addesyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addie – Pet form of English Adelaide, meaning ‘noble sort.’ Compare with another form of Addie.

Addileigh – A Beautiful or pleasant wood

Addiliegh – The wood which is pleasant

Addisan – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addisen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addision – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addison – Son of Adam

Addison – Originally a last name derived from the name Adam. It has become popular as a first name, especially for girls.

Addisson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addisun – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addisyn – Variation of Addison, which means son of Adam.

Addisynn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addy – Pet form of English Adelaide, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Addysen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addysin – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addyson – A variation of the surname Addison, meaning Son of Adam.

Addysyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adela – Latin form of German Adala, meaning ‘noble.’ In use by the Danish and Swedish.

Adelaide – English form of French Adelaide, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Adele – English form of French Adele, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Adelheid – Noble kind

Adelia – Variant form of Latin Adela, meaning ‘noble.’

Adelice – English variant form of French Adelais, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Adelicia – Elaborated form of English Adelice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Adeline – A variant of Adeline meaning noble, as well as Marilyn or Madeline which mean ‘wished for tower.’

Adelle – French form of German Adala, meaning ‘noble.’

Adelphie – English form of French Adelphe, meaning ‘born of the same womb, sibling.’

Adelyn – A variant of Adeline meaning noble, as well as Marilyn or Madeline which mean ‘wished for tower.’

Adelyna – English variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Adelina, meaning ‘little noble.’

Adena – Feminine form of English Aden, meaning ‘fire.’

Adenah – Variant spelling of English Adena, meaning ‘fire.’

Adene – Variant spelling of English Adena, meaning ‘fire.’

Adi – Hebrew unisex name meaning ‘my ornament’ or ‘my witness.’

Adilene – English variant spelling of French Adeline, meaning ‘noble.’

Adina – 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.

Adisen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adison – Variant spelling of English unisex Addison, meaning ‘son of Adam.’

Adisson – Variant spelling of English unisex Addison, meaning ‘son of Adam.’

Adisyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adisynne – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adlen – One with the curly hair

Adley

Admiranda – Elaborated form of English Miranda, meaning ‘worthy of admiration.’

Adolfo – Noble wolf

Adolpha – Feminine form of Latin Adolphus, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Adrea – Variant spelling of English Adria, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adreana – Variant spelling of Latin Adriana, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adreea – Variant spelling of English Adria, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrey – Derived from Audrey which means noble strength

Adria – Feminine form of English Adrian, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrian

Adriana – Feminine form of Latin Adrianus, Spanish Adrian, and Italian Adriano, all meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrianah – English variant spelling of Latin Adriana, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adriane – Feminine form of English Adrian, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrianna – Polish feminine form of Latin Adrianus, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adriannah – Feminine form of English Adrian, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrianne – Flamboyant and exuberant, excited. Shows a flair for life.

Adrie – Pet form of English Adriane, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adut – A complete and powerful person

Adysen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adysin – Son of Adam

Adyson – Alternative to Addison. Though growing in popularity for girls, the name literally means ‘Son of Adam.”

Adysson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Aedida – A fairy or a nymph counsellor

Aediva – A strife of wealth, rich of wars

Aefled – A desirable and understanding person

Aeileua – Unique, wonderful and energetic being

Aeilgyuu – A rational, individualistic and approachable being

Aeldid – A nymph counsellor

Aelfdane – One who earn or deserve elf powers

Aelfrida – One who has the mystical strength

Aelfsige – The victory of mystical powers

Aelfwear – A mystic power from water

Aelfwine – Friend of the elves

Aelfwold – A mystic person from the forests

Aelfwyn – The friend of super powers

Aelfwynn – A friend of mystic power

Aelgifu – A gift of brightness, a bright gift

Aelgytha – A bright shining gift

Aeluin – A blue lake or pool, a mountain lake

Aeluuin – A mountain lake of blue color

Aember – An orange-yellow colored gemstone from fossil resin

Aemy – A beloved person, to love

Aeria – A specie of butterfly. Type of butterfly

Aerith – Created Name, A variant of the name Aeris

Aeron – Welsh unisex 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.’

Aerwyna – Friend of the sea

Aerwyna – One who is friend or companion of a sea

Aeryn – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eirinn, meaning ‘Ireland.’

Aerynn – Variant spelling of English Aeryn, meaning ‘Ireland.’

Aethelinda – A noble female snake

Aethelmaer – A little virgin noble snake

Aethelmaere – The virgin daughter of a noble snake

Aethelreda – A female counsellor noble snake

Aethelthryth – Anglo-Saxon – Wife of King Ecgfrith, Old English name from ‘Aethel’ meaning noble and ‘thryth’ meaning strength

Aethelwyne – Friend of the elves

Aetti – The female ruler of an estate

Aevryn – A mystical counsellor

Aevyrie – Ta counsel of mystical powers

Affrica – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Affricah – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Affrika – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Affrikah – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Affton – Variant spelling of English unisex Afton, derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire, Scotland, made famous in Burns’ poem ‘Sweet Afton.’

Africa – English 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.

Africah – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Afrika – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Afrikah – Variant spelling of English Africa, meaning ‘land of the Afri.’

Aftan – Suitable for both a girl and a Boy which means powerful, intellectual, poise, charming and attractive.

Afton – From the Afton River

Afton – Old 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.’

Agacie – One who is smart, pretty, poise, clever, intelligent, confident and kind hearted.

Agape – The Greek meaning of Agape is ‘Love’, loved by all or loving to everyone, spreading love, a person who is warm as love

Agas – Medieval English form of Latin Agatha, meaning ‘good.’

Agase – Agase means good in Greek. A uniquely apt name for a baby girl who is obedient, not stubborn, happy, cheerful and easy going.

Agatha – Latin form of Greek Agathe, meaning ‘good.’

Agenilda – One who is courageous, cheerful, friendly, kind and generous

Aggi – Variant spelling of English Aggie, meaning ‘chaste’ and ‘good.’

Aggie – Pet form of English Agnes, ‘chaste,’ and Latin Agatha, ‘good.’

Aggy – Variant spelling of English Aggie, meaning ‘chaste’ and ‘good.’

Aggye – Variant spelling of English Aggie, meaning ‘chaste’ and ‘good.’

Agnes – English form of French Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Agnus – Variant spelling of English Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Agnys – A variation of Agnes, meaning the pure one

Agote – Pure

Ahelis – A woman of nobility

Ahelissa – A noble born woman

Ahuva – Beloved, Liked, Favorite, much loved, darling

Ahzuro – Potential to attain power and authority in their life

Aiah – Anglicized 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.

Aicusa – Visionary, imaginative, creative

Aida – Wealthy

Aideen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Etain, meaning ‘face.’

Aidith – Perhaps a form of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Aiessa – to be obeyed

Aila – Pet form of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Aildreda – Ethereal, heavenly

Ailed – Powerful and complete

Ailee – Short form of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Aileen – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Aibhilin, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Ailene – Variant spelling of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Aileth – soul.

Aileua – Unique

Aileve – friendly, likeable

Ailey – Pet form English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Ailfled – Avalee, Hazelnut

Ailid – solid, enduring’ in Hebrew

Ailie – Pet form English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Ailiet – ‘noble gate

Ailill – Irish baby name.

Ailina – Messenger of God, Angel.

Ailith – Either a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelgyth, meaning ‘noble war,’ or a variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Alyth, meaning ‘ascending, rising.’

Ailiva – friendly, likeable

Ailiyah – A Great One and it Come Signify God

Ailla – oak tree

Ailleth – Oak

Ailletha – Strong

Ailliva – Idealistic

Ailnoth – Devoted

Ailova – Nobel, kind

Ailsa – Anglicized 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.’

Ailse – Variant spelling of English Ailsa, meaning ‘elf victory.’

Ailsie – Variant spelling of English Ailsa, meaning ‘elf victory.’

Ailufa – Wish

Ailynn – Powerful and complete

Aimberi – Beloved

Aimen – Most Congratulated.

Aimey – Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning ‘much loved.’

Aimie – Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning ‘much loved.’

Ainara – Delicate

Aindrila – Female star

Aini – Spring. Flower. Source

Ainsleigh – Old English – Wood, Clearing, Meadow, Hermitage, Solitary, A derivative of the name Ainsley

Ainsley – My own meadow

Ainsley – Scottish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements ansetl ‘hermitage’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘hermitage meadow.’

Ainslie – Variant spelling of Scottish unisex Ainsley, meaning ‘hermitage meadow.’

Aintik – Wise and powerful

Airla – Modern English name perhaps based on the vocabulary word air, hence ‘ethereal.’

Airlea – Elaborated form of English Airla, possibly meaning ‘ethereal.’

Airlia – Elaborated form of English Airla, possibly meaning ‘ethereal.’

Aisia – A derivation of Asia, a place name

Aisley

Aisley – A variation of ‘Ashlyn,’ this name means natural.

Aislin – Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning ‘dream, vision.’

Aisling – Irish Gaelic name meaning ‘dream, vision.’

Aislinn – Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning ‘dream, vision.’

Aiyana – This 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.’

Aizlynn – A girl who has the sweetest heart, is beautiful, stunning

Akelda – One who comes from the spring with healing water

Alana – English feminine form of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alanis – English feminine form of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alanna – Variant spelling of English Alana, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alannah – Variant spelling of English Alanna, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alannis – Variant spelling of English Alanis, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alaqua – Native American – Sweet Gum Tree

Alayne – Rock

Alaysha – Great happiness, one who of noble kind

Alberta

Alberta – Feminine form of English Albert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’ Compare with another form of Alberta.

Albertine – Feminine form of French Albert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Albertyne – Noble

Albina – Feminine form of English Albin, meaning ‘like Albus,’ i.e. ‘white.’

Alcott

Alden

Aldercy – A chief

Aldis – From the old house

Aldora – Noble

Alea – English variant spelling of Arabic Aliya, meaning ‘the high, exalted one.’

Alease – Perhaps a variant spelling of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Aleen – Variant spelling of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Aleesha – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Aleksa – A diminutive of Alexandra, a name that means ‘Defender of mankind’ and is associated with conquerors and emperors.

Alena – (Russian: Алёна): Russian form of Greek Helene, possibly meaning ‘torch.’

Alene – Variant spelling of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Alesha – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Aleta – Little winged one

Aletha – Variant spelling of English Alethea, meaning ‘truth.’

Alethea – English name not found before the 16th century, probably originally a Puritan virtue name, derived from the Greek word aletheia, meaning ‘truth.’

Alex

Alex – English unisex short form of Alexandra and Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alexa – A diminutive of Alexandra, a name that means ‘defender of mankind’ and is associated with conquerors and emperors.

Alexa – English and Latin short form of Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’ Compare with another form of Alexa.

Alexandra – Defender of mankind, feminine form of Alexander

Alexandra – Feminine form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’ Compare with other forms of Alexandra.

Alexandrea – Variant spelling of Latin Alexandria, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alexandria – A variation of Alexandra. Man’s defender

Alexandriana

Alexi – Helper, defender. Variation of Alexander.

Alexia – A variation of Alexandra. Man’s defender

Alexia – Feminine form of Latin Alexius, meaning ‘defender.’

Alexina – Pet form of Latin Alexia, meaning ‘defender.’

Alexine

Alexis – A variation of Alexandra and Alexius. Defender of mankind.

Alexis – Unisex contracted form of Latin Alexius, meaning ‘defender.’

Alexus – A variation of Alexandra and Alexius. Associated with conquerors and emperors. ‘Defender of mankind.’

Alexus – Unisex contracted form of Latin Alexius, meaning ‘defender.’

Alfreda – Elf counselor, feminine form of Alfred

Alfreda – Elf Counsel, Elf Strength, Inspired Advice, Old Peace, Supernatural Magical Counsel, A form of Elfreda

Alfrida – Elf Counsel, Elf Strength, Inspired Advice, Old Peace, Supernatural Magical Counsel, A form of Alfreda

Alga – Elf Spear, A variant of the name Algar

Algoma – English 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 -goma from the Algonquin word goma, meaning ‘lake.’

Alia – Variant spelling of English Aliah, meaning ‘to ascend, to go up.’

Aliah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Aliya, meaning ‘to ascend, to go up.’

Alica – Slovak form of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alice

Alice – Modern form of English Adelaide, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alicia – Spanish equivalent of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Aline – Variant spelling of English Aileen, meaning ‘little Eve.’ Compare with another form of Aline.

Alis – Short form of English Alisa, meaning ‘noble sort.’ Compare with another form of Alis.

Alisa – Variant form of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’ Compare with other forms of Alisa.

Alisceon – She who is noble and kind

Alise – Latvian equivalent of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alisha – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alishia – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alisia – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alison – Norman French form of Old High German Adalheid, meaning ‘noble sort.’ In use by the English and Scottish. Compare with another form of Alison.

Alissa – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alisson – Literally means, ‘son of Alice.’

Alisya – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alita – Winged

Aliva – Olive Tree

Alivia – Variant spelling of English Olivia, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Alix – Variant spelling of English unisex Alex, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allaire – A variant form of the name Alair

Allana – Variant spelling of English Alana, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Allannah – Variant spelling of English Alannah, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Allayna – A feminine form of the name Alain

Allearia – English name for girls

Alleen – Variant spelling of English Aline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Allegra

Alleigh – Old English lA’ah (wood, clearing, meadow), lee has the meaning ‘dweller by the wood or clearing’

Alleluia – Greek form of Hallelujah, a Hebrew word meaning ‘praise God’. In Christianityity it’s considered a joyful word of praise to God.

Allene – Variant spelling of English Aline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Allfie – Elf Power, Fairy power

Allfreda – Elf Power, Goblin power

Allfredah – Elf Power

Allfredda – A small, often mischievous creature considered to have magical powers

Allfrie – A lively, mischievous child

Allfrieda – A usually sprightly or mischievous or sometimes spiteful person

Allfry – Good counselor, From the Old English name Aelfthryth

Allfryda – a feminine form of Alfred, meaning sage, or wise

Allfy – elf counsel, elf advocate

Allie – Scottish pet form of Norman French Alison, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alline – Variant spelling of English Aline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Allison – Noble, of the nobility, diminutive of Alice

Allison – Medieval English spelling of Norman French Alison, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Allissa – Variant spelling of English Alissa, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Allisson – An alternate spelling of ‘Allison,’ this name means kind-hearted.

Allric – Old Leader

Allson – Son of the Highborn

Allura – Alluring, A variant transcription of Alura

Allure – The Female’s name Allure a-llu-re is a variant of Allura (Old French), and the meaning of Allure is ‘to entice, attract’.

Alluryn – Alluryn based on the word Alluring means Mesmerizing or Attractive

Ally – Scottish pet form of Norman French Alison, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Allycia – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Allysanne – Variants of Alice, Kind, Nobility

Allyse

Allyson

Allyson – Modern variant spelling of Medieval English Allison, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Allysyn – North-American spelling variant of the name Alison which is a diminutive form of the Norman French name Alis (Alice).

Alma – English name meaning ‘nourishing’ in Latin and ‘soul’ in Spanish. Compare with other forms of Alma.

Almah – Variant spelling of English Alma, meaning ‘nourishing’ in Latin and ‘soul’ in Spanish. Compare with another form of Almah.

Almalyn – English name for girls

Almira – Contracted form of Spanish Adelmira, meaning ‘nobly famous.’ In use by the English, as is its variant Elmira.

Aloe – This name was inspired by the Aloe plant.

Alonza – Prompt and practical leadership qualities in personal and professional dealings.

Aloria – A rare name desiring the best filled with inspiring and sophisticated qualities.

Alot – Resourceful by nature it represents a strong personality bestowing supremacy.

Alote – An good elf counselor full of practicality and potential to reach dominance

Alpha – English unisex name derived from the first letter of the Greek alphabet.

Alphonsine – Feminine form of French Alphonse, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Altair – 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.’

Altessa – American – Noble Reaper

Altheda – Healer

Althia – Healer

Alura – The name Alura is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘godlike adviser’.

Alurea – Divine Counselor, With God Like Adviser, Alluring, A variant transcription is Alura

Alva – Anglicized feminine form of Irish Gaelic unisex Ailbhe, possibly meaning ‘white.’ Compare with another form of Alva, and masculine Alva.

Alvar – Army of elves

Alvena – Variant spelling of Middle English Alvina, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alvi – Old English – Friend of Elves, White, Blond, Elf Friend, Noble Friend

Alvina – Middle English feminine form of Norman French Alvin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alwyna – A warm hearted young noble friend, a visionary often blessed with ingenuity and sagacious quality

Alyce – Variant spelling of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alycia – English variant of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alys – Anglicized form of Welsh Alis, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alysa – Variant spelling of English Alyssa, meaning either ‘noble sort’ or ‘alyssum flower.’

Alyse – Variant spelling of English Alice, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alysha – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alysia – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alyson – Diminutive form of English Alys, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alyssa

Alyssa – English 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.

Alyssia – English variant spelling of Spanish Alicia, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alyx – Variant spelling of English unisex Alex, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alyxia – An honourable defender who is flowing with passion

Amabel – English name derived from Latin amabilis, meaning ‘lovable.’

Amalea – English variant spelling of German Amalia, meaning ‘work.’

Amalee – Perhaps a variant spelling of English Emily, meaning ‘rival.’

Amaliya – English variant spelling of German Amalia, meaning ‘work.’

Amanda

Amanda – English literary name, created by playwright Colley Cibber in the 17th century, derived from Latin amanda, meaning ‘lovable.’

Amarie – Amarie means being kind under rather difficult times.

Amaris – Child of the moon

Amaryllis – English name derived from the flower name amaryllis, from Greek amarysso, meaning ‘to sparkle.’

Amber – A jewel-quality fossilized resin

Amber – English 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.

Amberlie – A forever, jewel-quality resin

Amberlin – A combination of name Amber and Lynn which gets a meaning of Beautiful Gem

Amberly – Variant of the amber stone, sweet and precious, calming.

Amberr – A warm honey coated jewel- quality resin

Ambrosia – In Greek mythology, ambrosia is the name of a food or drink of the gods that gives them immortality. Feminine form of Greek Ambrosios, meaning ‘immortal.’

Amelia – Industrious, hard working

Amelia – English form of German Amalia, meaning ‘work.’

Amelie – English form of French Amelie, meaning ‘work.’

Amethyst – English 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.

Ametta – Power of an Eagle, Modern Variant of Amold, A variant of the name Amette

Amette – Power of an Eagle, Modern Variant of Amold, A variant of the name Ametta

Amey – Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning ‘much loved.’

Ami – Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning ‘much loved.’

Amia – Beloved

Amice – English name derived from Latin amicitia, meaning ‘friendship.’

Amie – Beloved.

Amie – Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning ‘much loved.’

Amilia – Variant spelling of English Amelia, meaning ‘work.’

Amity – English name meaning ‘friendship.’

Ammerie – They are divine rulers of the universe who are noble, inoffensive and beloved

Amorica – Ancient name for Britain, In the middle ages, the Celtic nation of Brittany became known as Amorica, and was considered a center of Celtic culture in Europe.

Amorica – Ancient Name for Britain in England

Amy

Amy – English form of French Aimee, meaning ‘much loved.’

Amylia – The one who is industrious, hard working and fertile

Anabella – Variant spelling of English Annabella, meaning ‘gracious beauty.’

Anabelle – Variant spelling of English Annabelle, meaning ‘gracious beauty.’

Anastacia – English form of Latin Anastasia, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Anastasia – Feminine form of Greek Anastasios, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Anda

Ande – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Andrea

Andee – Pet form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andena – A man”s woman, variant of Andrea

Andi

Andi – Pet form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andie – A man”s woman, familiar form of Andrea

Andra – Feminine form of English Andrew, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andrea – Feminine form of English Andrew, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andreana – Elaborated form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andri – Pet form of English Andriana, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andriana – Elaborated form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andrina – Elaborated form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andy – Unisex pet form of English Andrew and Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Aneisha – Variant of Ann or Agnes

Aneta – English variant spelling of Spanish Anita, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with another form of Aneta.

Anetta – English variant form of Spanish Anita, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Anette – Variant spelling of French Annette, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Ange – English short form of Latin Angela, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’ Compare with masculine Ange.

Angel – English unisex name derived from Latin Angelus, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’ Originally a male name, it is now almost strictly female.

Angela – Feminine form of Latin Angelus, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angelica – Feminine form of Italian Angelico, meaning ‘angelic.’

Angelina – Diminutive form of Latin Angela, meaning ‘little angel/messenger.’

Angeline – Diminutive form of French Angele, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angelique – French feminine form of Latin Angelicus, meaning ‘angelic.’

Angell – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Angel, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angelle – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Angel, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angellina – English variant spelling of Latin Angelina, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angie – English short form of Latin Angela, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Anima – Modern 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.

Anise – English name derived from the name of the herb, meaning ‘anise.’

Anisha – Variant of Anne or Agnes.

Anissa – Variant of Anne or Agnes.

Anita – Spanish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Anitra – English elaborated form of Spanish Anita, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Anjanette – Gift of God”s favor. Blend of Ann and Janet.

Anjanette – Blend of Ann and Janet, Gift of God’s Favor, Little Heavenly messenger, Derived from name Anne

Anjeanette – Gift of God”s favor, blend of Anne and Janet

Anjolie – Blend of Anne and Jolie

Ann – Graceful

Ann – The name Ann is a girl’s name of Hebrew, English origin meaning ‘grace’.

Anna – Latin form of Greek Hanna, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a prophetess in Jerusalem.

Annabel – Variant spelling of English Annabelle, meaning ‘gracious beauty.’

Annabelinda – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and German Belinda, ‘beautiful serpent,’ hence ‘gracious beautiful serpent.’

Annabell – Variant spelling of English Annabelle, meaning ‘gracious beauty.’

Annabella – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and the Italian word bella ‘beautiful,’ hence ‘gracious beauty.’

Annabelle – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and the French word belle ‘beautiful,’ hence ‘gracious beauty.’ Compare with another form of Annabelle.

Annabeth – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and Beth ‘God is my oath.’

Annalee – Grace, favor, blend of Anna + Lee

Annalee – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and Lee ‘meadow,’ hence ‘graceful meadow.’

Annalisa – Graced with God”s bounty

Annalynn – Combination of Anna and Lynn, poised and innocent.

Annamae – Variant spelling of English Annemae, meaning ‘favor, grace’ and ‘May.’

Annamaria – English compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and Maria ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Annamarie – Grace or bitter, blend of Anna and Maria

Annamarie – Variant of Anna, AnnaMarie means she who God has chosen.

Annamay – Variant spelling of English Annemae, meaning ‘favor, grace’ and ‘May.’

Anne

Anne-Marie – Variant spelling of German Annemarie, meaning ‘favor, grace,’ and ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Anne – French form Latin Anna, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with masculine Anne.

Anneken – Sweetness of Face, Favor, Grace, A variant of Anna

Annele – God is Gracious, Sweetness of Face, Favor, Grace, A variant of Anna, Pure, Chaste

Annelene – Sweetness of Face, Favor, Grace, A variant of Anna

Annelisa – English compound name composed of French Anne ‘favor, grace’ and Lisa ‘God is my oath.’

Annemae – English compound name composed of French Anne, ‘favor, grace’ and Mae, meaning ‘pearl,’ ‘obstinate, rebellious,’ or the month of May.

Annemarie – German compound name composed of French Anne ‘favor, grace,’ and Marie ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Annes – God is gracious one and he has answered the prayers

Annesley – The name Annesley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘clearing with a hermitage’.

Annetta – Italian diminutive form of Latin Anna, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annette – Diminutive form of French Anne, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Anngela – English variant spelling of Latin Angela, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Annice – Middle English form of English Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Annie

Annie – The name Annie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘grace’.

Annierose – Variation of Hannah, a beautiful prayer

Annis – Variant of Anne or Agnes.

Annis – Medieval form of English Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’ Compare with another form of Annis.

Annissa – Variant of Anne or Agnes.

Anniston – Anniston means from the town of Agnes. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Annita – English variant spelling of Spanish Anita, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annitra – Elaborated form of English Anitra, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annitta – English variant spelling of Spanish Anita, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annmarie – Variant spelling of English Annemarie, meaning ‘favor, grace,’ and ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Annona – English name, probably derived from the plant genus name annona, from Taino annon, a species of plants which produce nutritious edible pond-apples.

Annora – English variant form of Latin Honora, meaning ‘honor.’

Anona – Variant 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.

Anonna – Variant 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.

Anora – Light

Anora – Variant spelling of English Annora, meaning ‘honor.’

Ansleigh – Variant of Ansley, the name means a far away field.

Ansley – The name Ansley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘clearing with a hermitage’.

Ansonia – Feminine 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.’

Anstace – Variant spelling of English/Scottish Anstice, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Anstey – Pet form of English/Irish Anstice, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Anstice – English and Scottish name derived from Latin Anastasia, meaning ‘resurrection.’ Popular in the 13th century.

Anthia – English variant spelling of Latin Anthea, meaning ‘flower.’

Antoinette – Feminine diminutive form of French Antoine, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antonette – English diminutive form of Latin Antonia, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antonia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Antonius, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’ In use by the English, Italians and Spanish. Compare with another form of Antonia.

Apphia – Greek form of a Hebrew name that possibly meant ‘increasing’. This is a name mentioned in Paul’s epistle to Philemon in the New Testament

April

April – English name derived from the month name April, from Latin Aprilis, from aperire, meaning ‘to open,’ in reference to the opening of flowers in spring.

Aprille – Second, The Month April, Derivative of English name April

Apryl – Second, The Month April, Spelling variant of English name April

Apryll – Second, The Month April, Spelling variant of English name April

Aquanetta – The exact origin is unclear, but this is most likely a recently created name based on a feminization of the blue-green color aqua.

Arabel – Obliging

Arabella

Arabella – Obliging

Arabelle – Obliging

Aralynn – This melodious name means a song or tune.

Araminta – The name Araminta is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning defender’.

Aramynta – Defender, protector

Arda

Arden – English unisex name derived from a place name meaning ‘eagle valley.’

Aretha – American English name probably having the same etymology as Cornish Areta, meaning ‘excellence, virtue.’

Aria

Ariadne – Latin form of Greek Ariadne, meaning ‘utterly pure.’ In mythology, this is the name of the daughter of King Minos.

Ariana – English variant spelling of Italian Arianna, meaning ‘utterly pure.’ Compare with another form of Ariana.

Ariel – Anglicized form 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.’

Ariella – Feminine form of English unisex Ariel, meaning ‘lion of God.’

Arielle – Feminine form of English unisex Ariel, meaning ‘lion of God.’

Arin – Variant spelling of English Erin, meaning ‘Ireland.’ Compare with masculine Arin.

Arista – Feminine form of Latin Aristaeus, meaning ‘excellence.’

Arla

Arlana

Arleana

Arleen – Variant of names ending in ‘arlene’, such as Carlene and Charlene

Arleen – Variant spelling of English Arline, a short form of longer names ending with -arlene or -arline.

Arlene – Pledge or oath, variant of names ending in ‘arlene,’ such as Carlene and Charlene. Arlene may also be a feminine form of Arlen or Charles

Arlene – Variant spelling of English Arline, a short form of longer names ending with -arlene or -arline.

Arlette – Probably a Norman French double diminutive form of the German word arn ‘eagle,’ hence ‘tiny little eagle.’

Arley

Arlie – Pet form of English Arline, a short form of longer names ending with -arlene or -arline.

Arlinda – Origins unclear, but probably a modern blend of Arlene and Linda

Arline – Variant of names ending in ‘arlene’, such as Carlene and Charlene

Arline – English short form of longer names ending with -arlene or -arline.

Arnia – Strong as an Eagle, A variant form is Arnea and Arneah

Arthurine – Noble, courageous, a modern feminine variant of Arthur, which would confer meanings of stone and bear as well

Arwen – In J.R.R. Tolkien”s The Lord of the Rings, Arwen is the daughter of Elrond and marries Aragorn to become queen of elves and men. She is called Evening Star.

Aryana – Modern variant spelling of English Ariana, meaning ‘utterly pure.’

Arykah – A honorable ruler, limitless protector

Aryn – Peace, resourceful and independent being

Arynn – Ireland,Peace, a builder or a planner

Arysta – They have a strong and majestic personality

Ascelina – Elaborated form of English Aceline, meaning ‘little noble one.’

Asceline – Elaborated form of English Aceline, meaning ‘little noble one.’

Aschton – A tree settlement, East town

Aseey – A brave and bold being, modest one

Asenath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Acenath, meaning ‘belonging to the goddess Neith.’ In the bible, this is the name of Joseph’s Egyptian wife.

Ash – Short form of English unisex Ashley, meaning ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashari – A voracious and soft spoken person

Ashby

Ashelee – The meadow of ash trees

Asheliegh – An enclosed space filled with a meadow of Ash trees

Ashiana – Peaceful friend

Ashla – .

Ashla – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashlan – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Variant of the name Ashley, A variant form of Ashlyn

Ashlea – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashleah – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashleay – The one who loves their neighbor, a meadow

Ashlee – Ashlee is a variant in spelling of the name Ashley and means ‘Ash tree’ or ‘meadow of Ash trees’.

Ashleen – One who is the meadow of ash trees

Ashleena – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashleigh – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Ashley, meaning ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashleks – Filled with aspirations, an imaginative and kind hearted individual

Ashlen – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashley – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements ?sc ‘ash’ and leah ‘wood,’ hence ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashli – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashlie – Feminine variant of English unisex Ashley, meaning ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashliegh – Old English description for ash wood

Ashling – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning ‘dream, vision.’

Ashlinn – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley, Irish – Dream, Vision

Ashly

Ashly – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley, Irish – Dream, Vision

Ashlyn

Ashlyn – English compound name composed of Ash ‘ash tree’ and Lyn, ‘lake,’ hence ‘ash tree lake.’

Ashlynn – Possible variant of either Ashley or Aisling, possible blend of Ashley and Lynn

Ashlynn – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley, Irish – Dream, Vision

Ashlynne – Old English – Ash Wood, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Clearing, Variant of the name Ashley

Ashtaroth – Anglicized 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.

Ashten – Ash Tree Settlement, Town of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Town, Ash wood, A variant of the name Ashley

Ashton – English unisex name derived from a place name, meaning ‘ash tree settlement.’

Ashtyn – Variant of Ashton, the name means coming from town of ash trees.

Asia – English unisex name derived from the name of the continent, possibly derived from Assyrian asu, meaning ‘east.’ Compare with another form of Asia.

Asiah – May derive from the English name Asia, from the Arabic meaning ‘alive’ or from the Hebrew meaning , God is gracious’ and also ‘creation’.

Asitanga – One who has expressive and optimistic being

Aspan – Aspen tree

Aspen – A location and nature name, Aspen is a beautiful town in the mountains of Colorado as well as a species of trees.

Aspin – Aspen tree

Aspyn – Aspyn refers to any trees that have leaves that move in the breeze. The name can also be spelled Aspen & used for boys.

Aspynn – Aspen tree, flutter even in the slightest breeze

Asselyna – A self-content, logical and amusing person

Astarinel – One who is a like a star, gateway

Astaroth – Variant 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.

Aston – English unisex name derived from a place name meaning ‘east settlement.’

Astoria – Name of a place in Queens, New York

Astra – English name derived from Greek aster, meaning ‘star.’

Astrigis – An active and pleasure loving individual

Astrobella – One who is a shining star lover

Atena – Goddess of Wisdom, Wise, Praise, A variant form of name is Athena

Athelas – From J.R.R. Tolkien”s Lord of the Rings, a miraculously nourishing bread

Atheleisia – Infinite, they lack patience, are serious and idealistic

Atheleys – A risk taker, one who has progressive and free thinking

Athelflead – A lonesome, hopeful and energetic being

Athelinda – One who guards and is immortal

Athelyna – One who has eager personality, educated one

Atherton – The name Atherton is a girl’s name of English origin.

Athilda – At the Elder Tree, From the elder tree grove, A variant of name Atilda

Athlyn – One who is the friend of people, compatible being

Atilda – At the Elder Tree, From the elder tree grove, A variant of name Athilda

Atlee – Someone who lives near the woods

Attheaeldre – Someone who is at the elder tree

Auberon

Auberte – A noble and a bright girl

Aubertha – A generous and a bright girl

Auberthe – A noble English girl

Aubreda – They are disciplined and well organized

Aubree

Aubree – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Aubrey – English unisex form of Norman French Alberi, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Aubri – Aubri means power & having magic.

Aubriana

Aubriana – A combination of Aubrey & Anna, it means magical person & grace. It is also spelled Aubrianna.

Aubrianna – A combination of Aubrey & Anna, it means magical person & grace.

Aubrianne

Aubrie – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Aubrielle – Blend of Aubrey and Gabrielle

Aubrieta – Logical, fun loving and exciting person

Aubrin – A golden meadow

Aubryn – A golden horizon

Aubrynn – A person who sits on the Golden hill

Auburn – A reddish brown or golden colour

Aucella – A little bird

Audelia – Nobility or a person’s strength

Auden

Audene

Audery – Old English name for nobility and strength

Audey – Noble, strength

Audie – Noble, strength

Audie – Of noble strength

Audilee – An old, wealthy and prosperous being

Audra – Noble strength

Audra – Variant spelling of English Audrey, meaning ‘noble strength.’ Compare with another form of Audra.

Audrea

Audrea – Variant spelling of English Audrey, meaning ‘noble strength.’

Audree – Variant of Audrey, strong, of noble birth, unmoving.

Audrei – Servant of a high one, a capable

Audreigh – Name of a saint

Audrey – Noble strength

Audrey – From an Old English girls’ name meaning ‘noble strength.’ Well-known Audreys: actresses Audrey Hepburn and Audrey Tautou.

Audria

Audriana

Audriana – Audriana means gracious and coming of noble strength. It is a mix of the names Audrey & Anna

Audrianna

Audrianna – Audriana means gracious and coming of noble strength. It is a mix of the names Audrey & Anna.

Audrie – Variant of Audrey, meaning moral and strong.

Audriegh – A noble and a generous girl

Audrina – noble, strength

Audrina – The name Audrina is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Audry – Noble, strength

Audrye – The ultimate strength

Auelyna – The holiest, patient and most magical

Augnete – Amusing, good tempered and tidy being

Augusta – Feminine form of English August, meaning ‘August (the month).’ Compare with another form of Augusta.

Auice – They are Elf counsellor, fortunate and healthy

Auicia – A family oriented, loving and caring individual

Auisia – A compassionate, hard working and good natured person

Auizia – One who has a goal, sure footed and rigid

Auline – A girl with a noble strength

Aulma – A girl who is an Elf Counsellor

Aundria – Variant spelling of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Aunflis – A normal, forgiving and sharp witted individual

Aunitra – One who has great inner peace, main pillars of family

Aunphelice – A holy, sure footed and hard working person

Aura – English 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.’

Aureole – English name derived from the word aureole, a diminutive form of Latin aura (‘air, breeze, wind’), hence ‘little breeze’ or ‘little wind.’

Auri – English – Aura, Golden

Auriah – Morning star, aurora of beauty and wind, princess

Aurora – Latin name meaning ‘dawn.’ In Roman mythology, this is the name of a goddess of morning. Equated with Greek Eos.

Auryon – English – A great huntress

Ausha – A trusted human being, friend of the people

Austen

Austyn – Unisex form of English Austin, meaning ‘venerable.’

Autiana – An insightful, accurate and adorable person

Automne – The fourth season of a year, naive and eager

Autumm – A fall season, one who is born in the fall

Autumn – Born in the fall, seasonal name

Autumn – English 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.

Auxerre – A divine person, they are advanced and mature

Ava

Ava Rose – The name Ava symbolizes ‘strength’ and ‘desire’, however, the Latin understanding is that Ava means ‘bird’. The name become more popular at the end of the Medieval period and was futher popularised as a result of the actress Ava Gardener. The name Rose de

Ava – Variant spelling of English Eve, meaning ‘alive, living.’

Avalielle – The one who provides life and support

Avalina – Variant spelling of English Avaline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Avaline – English variant spelling of French Aveline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Avalon – Arthurian 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’).

Avalona – Modern English elaborated form of Celtic Avalon, meaning ‘island of apples.’

Avalyn – Variant of Evelyn, the name means unclear, changeable, and indefinite.

Avalynn – Variant of Evelyn, the name means unclear, changeable, and indefinite.

Avanell – One who has many outlets for energy

Avarie – A pretty,young and bright individual

Avariella – English – Woman of great strength, Powerful, Small and Strong Woman, A variant of name Avarielle

Avarielle – English – Woman of great strength, Powerful, Small and Strong Woman, A variant of name Avariella

Avary – Variant of Avery, held in high esteem, knowledgable.

Ave – To hail or to bow down, interesting person

Avelen – An easygoing and eager personality

Avelin – One who is the Hazelnut tree

Avelina – Latin form of Norman French Aveline, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Aveline – Old Norman French equivalent of English Avila, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Avelyn

Avelyn – A deserving individual, passionate

Avena – Oats

Avenable – One who has a creative bend of mind

Avenlee – One with a creative bend of mind, honest

Averey – An alternate spelling of ‘Avery,’ this name is derived from ‘Aubrey,’ meaning noble or bear-like.

Averie – One who is born to rule the Elves

Averil

Averill

Averley – One with noble strength

Avery – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Middle English personal name Alfred, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Avett – A high rank born child, they are charismatic

Aviana – Origin unclear, possible variant or blend of Ava, Anna, or Aviva

Avic – They are focused on the goals and dreams

Avice – Variant spelling of English Avis, meaning ‘bird.’

Avigayil – One who is a happy father and provides joy

Avila – Medieval diminutive form of English Ava, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Avilon – English variant spelling of Celtic Avalon, meaning ‘island of apples.’

Avilynn – A planner, they have emotional security

Avira – German name

Avis – Refuge in battle

Avis – English adopted 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.’

Avital – Variant spelling of English Abital, meaning ‘my father is dew.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of David’s wives.

Avitoria – Obedient and able person, rational

Avonlea – River meadow

Avonlea – A field near the river

Avree – One who is a wise ruler

Avri – The name Avri is a girl’s name of Hebrew, English origin.

Avrielle – The fourth month, to blossom

Avril – The month of April

Avrille – Beautiful month of April, opening buds

Avynn – They are many fortunate and happy

Avyril – Opening buds of April, blossom

Awdrey – A noble and kind being

Aybree – Majestic and dignified human being

Ayeesha – English variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning ‘alive.’

Ayled – A successful Elf counsellor

Ayleisa – A god who is oath

Ayleth – A native person, naive and happy

Aylild – One who is a blossoming flower

Ayliua – An amusing, intuitive and caring person

Aylofa – Assertive and youthful person

Aylufa – A level headed, honest and lovely human being

Ayn – According to Ayn Rand, this name is an adaptation of the Finnish name Aino, meaning ‘the only one.’

Aynslee – Old English – Wood, Clearing, Meadow, Hermitage, Solitary, A derivative of the name Ainsley

Ayvah – Variant of Ava, full of joy and life, always with a song in her heart.

Azalea – English name derived from the name of the flower, from the Greek word azaleos, meaning ‘dry.’

Azubah – 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.

Azura – Variant spelling of English Azure, meaning ‘sky blue.’

Azure – English color name meaning ‘sky blue.’

Azurine – Sky-blue.

Azurine – Sky-blue, A variant form of name Azure.

English girl names starting with B

Bab – English pet form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Babe – English pet form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’ Compare with masculine Babe.

Babette – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Babs – English pet form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Baby – Infant human

Bailee

Bailee – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Bailey, meaning ‘bailiff.’

Baileigh – Authoritative, commanding, and in charge.

Bailey – Steward or law enforcer from occupation of bailiff, surname adapted to first name use

Bailey-Mae – The meaning of the name Bailey is ‘berry wood’ or ‘bailiff’. Mae is a variation of the name May which means ‘bitterness’.

Bailey – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘bailiff.’

Baili – One who can reach great heights and depths

Bailie – Variant spelling of English unisex Bailey, meaning ‘bailiff.’

Baily – Variant spelling of English unisex Bailey, meaning ‘bailiff.’

Bailye – One who has the desire to uplift humanity

Baisley – Paisley, unique and majestic

Baker – One who keeps the communal kitchen

Baldehiua – Means to be idealistic, generous and forgiving.

Baldehuia – Means to be idealistic, generous and forgiving.

Baldeth – It symbolizes wisdom and knowledge and an analytical mind.

Baldethiva – It symbolizes enthusiasm and optimism.

Baldgiua – A genuine and attentive person

Balethiva – It means intelligent, valued and brilliant.

Baliegh – The name means a bailiff or a law enforcer

Balthildis – The name means responsibility and considerable.

Bambi – English unisex name, derived from the Italian word bambino, meaning ‘child.’

Bambie – Variant spelling of English unisex Bambi, meaning ‘child.’

Banana – A tropical tree-like plant and it’s edible fruit.

Banks – Edge of the River

Barabara – Right, Appropriate

Barb – English short form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Barbara

Barbara – 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.’

Barbare – Georgian form of Barbara, meaning the foreign

Barbary – Medieval English form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Barberella – A comic book by Jean-Claude Forest

Barbery – Collective land of the Berber people

Barbeta – a protective circular armour support for a heavy gun turret

Barbi – Traveler from a Foreign Land, In Catholic Custom St Barbara is a Protectors Against Fire and Lightning, Strange, Foreign

Barbie – Foreign woman

Barbie – English pet form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Barbra – English contracted form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Barita – a person whose job involves preparing and serving different types of coffee

Barotha – English naem for girls

Barr – Lawyer

Basemath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath, meaning ‘spice’ or ‘sweet smelling.’

Bashemath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath, meaning ‘spice’ or ‘sweet smelling.’

Basmath – Anglicized 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.

Baterich – English name for girls

Baubie – Diminutive of Barbara, Strange, Foreign

Bay – Reddish-brown

Bayle – Beautiful

Baylea – bailiff, berry wood

Baylee

Baylee – Derived from Old English origin meaning ‘berry wood’ it is an alternative spelling of the name Bailey.

Baylei – evictor

Bayleigh – Variant of Bailey and derived from bailiff, the name meaning city walls.

Bayley

Baylie

Baylie – Public Official.

Baylor

Bea – Short form of English Beatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Beadda – A battle maid

Beadu – Warrior Maid

Beaduburg – A fortress

Beaga – English name for girls

Beage – A little one

Bealda – She who is beautiful

Bearda – A river bank

Beatie – Pet form of English Beatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Beatka – Blessed, Holly.

Beatrice – Italian form of Latin Viatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Beatrix – English form of Latin Viatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Beatrixe – Explorer through Life.

Beatriz – Brings Joy

Beaue – We like the fact that it sounds like David Bowie’s last name.

Beauty – Beauty

Bec – Snare

Becca – Captivating, beautiful, variant of Rebecca

Becca – Short form of English Rebecca, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Becci – Pet form of English Rebecca, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Beccie – Snare

Beccy – Short form of Rebecca

Beck

Becka – Short form of English Rebecka, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Beckah – Short form of English Rebeckah, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Beckie – Captivating, Bound, Form of Rebecca, Tied, Joined

Becky

Becky – Pet form of English Rebecka, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Becok – A free spirited one

Beda – Battle maiden, female warrior

Beddis – Surname, meanis widow

Bedeluue – English name for girls

Bee – Pet form of English Beatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Begilda – English name for girls

Bekki – Variant spelling of English Becky, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Belanna – A noble woman who is berautiful

Belet – A free spirited girl

Belica – Pledged to God

Belinda – The meaning of the name is not entirely certain, however the first element probably comes from ‘belle’ meaning ‘beautiful, and ‘lind’ from the Germanic meaning ‘serpent’or ‘dragon’.

Belisma – River Goddess

Belita – English name composed of Latin bella ‘beautiful’ and a diminutive suffix, hence ‘little beauty.’

Bell – Variant spelling of English Belle, meaning ‘beautiful.’

Bellamy

Belle – English name derived from the French vocabulary word for ‘beautiful.’ It is often used in compound names, sometimes in the abbreviated form -bel.

Bellinda – English variant spelling of German Belinda, meaning ‘bright serpent’ or ‘bright linden tree.’

Bellingham – A surname that means people from the homestead of bears

Bellini – Derived From Belle

Belphoebe – English literary name from Spencer’s Faerie Queene, compounded of the Latin bella ‘beautiful’ and Phoebe (‘shining one’), hence ‘beautiful shining one.’

Belsant – A bashful, nonchalant and tender individual

Belsante – An understanding, positive and responsible individual

Belvine – A place of fens that belong to the burg. A surname

Belynda – English variant spelling of German Belinda, meaning ‘bright serpent’ or ‘bright linden tree.’

Bemma – A variation of Emma, means an universal, whole person

Bencelina – An easy going, simple and muscular individual

Beneatha – Beauty, excitement and wonderment, curious, artistically inclined to make an impact on the world as we know it

Benedicta – Feminine form of Latin Benedictus, meaning ‘blessed.’

Benet – Blessed

Benigne – Well Born, Kindly

Benjamina – Feminine form of English Benjamin, meaning ‘blessed.’

Bennca – One who is the servant of God, strong and brave

Bennelize – One who is filled with high levels of energy and has sixth sense

Benthe – A blessed girl

Bentlea – Female Version of Bentley, Meadow of Grass

Bentlee – Bentlee means grassy area. It can also be used for girls.

Bentleigh – Meadow of Grass

Bentley – From the meadow of coarse or bent grass, Bentley also evokes images of the luxury vehicle. This surname is traditionally a boys” name. However, as with many male monikers ending in ‘ley,’ this name is becoming more popular for girls.

Beocca – A farm house or a farm place

Beoduca – She who comes from teh place of cow barns

Beohha – A form of beort, meaning bright and famous

Beonna – She is a strong woman

Beorhthilde – Shining Battle-maid

Beortbtraed – Bright Counselor

Berangari – Spear-bearer Maid

Berengaria – Maiden of the Bear-spear, Maiden

Berenice – Latin form of Macedonian Greek Berenike, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa.

Berkeley – From the birch tree meadow

Berkeley – This name, which is also the name of a northern California town and university, can mean smart or wise, or it can be a version of the name ‘Berkley,’ which means a birch tree meadow.

Berkleigh – Birch tree clearing, a beautiful prayer

Berkley – Berkley means a path for the birch tree. Berkley is more commonly used as a boy’s name.

Berlin – From the German city name of uncertain etymology, possibly related to the Old Polabian stem berl-, meaning ‘swamp.’

Bernadette – Contracted form of French Bernardette, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernadina – Bear, Courageous, Feminine of Bernard

Bernadine

Bernadine – Contracted form of French Bernardine, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Berneice – She who Brings Victory

Bernice – Latin 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.

Berniece – English variant spelling of Latin Bernice, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’

Bernita – Bernita (Bear, or brave) has been said to be a blend of Bernice and Juanita, means ‘harbinger (messenger) of victory’

Berrie – Noble and Shining, Pale Green Gemstone

Berrin – Bear

Berry – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘berry.’ Compare with masculine Berry.

Berta – Czech and Polish form of German Bertha, meaning ‘bright.’

Berte – Noble, Shining, Bright

Bertene – Seems to be a feminine form of Berten, brave person

Bertha – Old German name derived from the word berht, meaning ‘bright.’

Berti – Noble, Shining, Bright

Bertie – English pet form of German Bertha, meaning ‘bright.’ Compare with masculine Bertie.

Bertred – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Beorhtraed, meaning ‘bright counsel.’

Beryl – English gem name meaning ‘beryl,’ from Greek beryllos, a word applied to all green gemstones.

Bess – Familiar form of Elizabeth, Featuring music by composer George Gershwin, the renowned opera Porgy and Bess depicts life in the poor African-American community of Charleston, SC.

Bess – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bessa – A short from Elisabeth, meaning my God is my oath

Bessie – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bessy – Variant spelling of English Bessie, a pet form of Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Beste – Musical

Bet – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Beta – English name derived from the second letter of the Greek alphabet, beta, related to Hebrew bet, meaning ‘house.’

Beth

Beth – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bethanie – English form of Greek Bethania, meaning ‘house of dates’ or ‘house of misery.’

Bethany – Anglicized 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.

Bethari – Goddess

Bethel – Anglicized 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.

Bethia – A person who is pious and worships God

Bethiar – House of God

Bethney – Variant spelling of English Bethany, meaning ‘house of dates’ or ‘house of misery.’

Beti – A woman for whome the God is in her oath

Betiah – Her God is her promise

Betony – Name 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.

Betryse – A woman who is a blessed traveler

Betsi – A name meaning God is my oath

Betsy – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bett – Pledged to God, God’s Promise, God is My Oath

Bette – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bettie – Bettie is an alternate form of Betty Both can be used as a short form of Elizabeth, Bethanne, or Bethany, or as independent names

Bettina – Elaborated form of English Betty, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with another form of Bettina.

Betty – God is my oath, a variant of Elizabeth

Betty – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bettye – Variant spelling of English Betty, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bettylou – A combination of the names Betty and Lou, it has quick and active mind

Beulah – 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.

Beverely – She who lives near the beavr’s creek

Beverle – Beaver-stream

Beverley

Beverley – From the Beaver Meadow, Beaver Stream

Beverlie – derived from a place name meaning ‘beaver stream’

Beverly – From the beaver stream or meadow

Beverly – English surname 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.

Beverlye – Beaver-stream

Beverlyn – She who dwells near the beaver stream

Bevin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Beibhinn, meaning ‘fair lady.’

Bevlyn – Beaver-stream

Bevverlie – beaver stream or meadow

Bevverly – Variation ofbeaver stream or meadow

Bevvy – Variant of Beaver-stream

Bex – Snare

Bexley – This name derives from Old English terms for box trees and woodland clearings.

Beyonce – Of Beyince

Bianca – Light, White, Shining, A Shakespearean baby name meaning Tragedy of Othello’ Mistress of Cassio

Bibby – She who made a pledge to God

Bibi – From a French word used as a term of endearment, meaning ‘bauble, toy.’

Biby – A woman pledged to God

Bicca – A variant of Becca, meaning a snare

Biddy – Pet form of English Bridget, meaning ‘exalted one.’ It was rarely used after it acquired the negative connotation ‘old biddy.’ Compare with another form of Biddy.

Bijou – English name derived from the French word bijou, meaning ‘jewel.’

Bilhah – Shy, timid, One who is confused

Billie – Feminine form of English Billy, meaning ‘will-helmet.’

Bilswith – A woman of the farm

Bindy – English pet form of German Belinda, possibly meaning ‘bright serpent’ or ‘bright linden tree.’

Binh – Vase, Jar

Biniqua – A diligent person, quick and understanding

Binny – Form of Bianca, White, Blessed

Bird – Unusual Nature Name

Birdee – birdlike, a child’s term for a bird, a score of one stroke under par at a hole in Golf

Birdelle – Little bird

Birdey – Unusual Nature Name

Birdie – Bird, like a bird, contemporary name referring to our fine feathered friends and their characteristics and talents

Birdie – The name Birdie is a girl’s name of English, Swedish origin meaning ‘bird’.

Birewar – A responsible, deserving and technical individual

Birleana – A happy, versatile and imaginative individual

Birsen – You are Unique

Bisaria – One who likes to be in association and has sense of duty

Bithia – Variant spelling of English Bithiah, meaning ‘daughter of God.’

Bithiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bithyah, meaning ‘daughter of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Pharoah.

Bjaraja – One who can appreciate life and find success

Blair – Scottish 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.’

Blaire – Love of the outdoors, a Blaire likely prefers nature to city life.

Blaisha – A creative, sensitive and loving individual

Blake – Pale

Blakeley – Pale-skinned, Dark

Blakely – English majors may choose this flowing name in honor of the Romantic Poet William Blake. Blakely means ‘dark meadow’ and was the name of several English villages, but it is also a variant of Blake, meaning dark or light.

Blakelyn – A dark-complexioned man sho shines

Blakemore – From the Dark Moor

Blakenee – Pale-skinned, Dark

Blakeney – Pale-skinned, Dark

Blakeny – Pale-skinned, Dark

Blakesley – The name Blakesley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘dark wolf’s wood or clearing’.

Blakesly – She who comes from the clearing of dark wolves

Blanaid – Means ‘blossom’.

Blanch – English variant spelling of French Blanche, meaning ‘white.’

Blanchefleur – From the French, meaning ‘White Flower’

Blanda – English name derived from Latin blanda, meaning ‘cherishing.’

Blanid – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat, meaning ‘little flower.’

Blayke – This name, a variation of ‘Blake,’ means dark.

Blayre – Female Version of Blair, Flatland

Blaze

Blenined – An individual who likes devotion towards work and life

Blessin – A woman who is blessed

Blessing – Consecration

Blessing – The name Blessing has the meaning of ‘consecration’.

Blessy – Blessing, Lucky Thing, Good Thing

Bletsung – Consecrated

Blima – Yiddish name meaning ‘blossom.’

Bliss – Extreme happiness, euphoria

Bliss – Old English unisex name derived from the word bliss, meaning ‘joy, happiness.’

Blita – A very strong woman

Blitha – Independant or blissfull or contented.

Blithe – Cheerful, lighthearted

Blithe – Happy, merry, glad and lighthearted person

Bliths – Joy

Bliths – Joy

Blocca – A woman who is craftsman who uses blocks

Blondene – Fair-haired, Variation of the Spanish Blandina, Flattering

Blondie – Blonde haired

Blondie – English byname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘blonde.’

Blondine – Fair

Blossom – Blossom, flower

Blossom – 19th century pet name derived from Old English blostm, meaning ‘flowers on a fruit-tree (or ornamental tree).’

Blostm – Fresh

Blue – Colour

Bluebell – Derived from the English flower, ‘bluebell’ and an English variant of the French name Bluebelle.

Bluesette – A name of the instrumental jazz,blues song

Blysse – Intense joy, a name used since medieval times, variant of Bliss

Blysse – Delight, Joy, Happiness

Blyth – carefree

Blythe – Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the word bli?e, meaning ‘cheerful, happy.’

Bo – A name made popular by actress Bo Derek

Boadicea – A Queen of the Iceni Victory, Name of a Heroic Queen of Early Britain

Bobbee – Bright Fame, Strange

Bobbette – Bright Fame

Bobbey – Bright Fame

Bobbi – Modern diminutive of Roberta and Barbara

Bobbi – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Bobbie – Pet form of English Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Bocca – A woman who is like a doe

Bokil – A person who excels in every field, responsible

Bonajoia – She who brings good joy

Bond – Fasten together

Bonduca – English variant form of Celtic Boudica, meaning ‘victory.’

Boniface – One with a good faith

Bonita – Spanish name meaning ‘pretty.’

Bonnie

Bonnie – English name derived from the Scottish word bonnie ‘pretty.’

Bonny – Variant spelling of English Bonnie, meaning both ‘good’ and ‘pretty.’

Bontu – A sensitive, unique and inspirational person

Boo

Boudica – it is the name of a queen of the iceni tribe of the british empire.

Bracca – female derivation of the name ‘Braxton’

Bradley

Brady – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Bradaigh, meaning ‘descendant of Bradach,’ hence ‘large-chested.’

Braeden

Braedin – A name of a place, hailing from the Barley settlement

Braeleigh – A broad, wide piece of land or field

Braelin – A person who is intelligent, bright and wise

Braelyn – This combination name means beautiful lake or brave lake. It combines Brae meaning brave as well as beautiful with Lyn meaning Lake.

Braelynn – This combo name can mean Brave for Brae and Lake for Lynn.

Braidy – Variant spelling of English unisex Brady, meaning ‘broad-chested.’

Brailee – The name of a place

Brailey – A broad, wide hill that has got a lot of space

Bralynn – A glorious and wise person

Brancu – A version of the name Branca, means white and fair woman

Branda – Fire or sword

Brande – Variant spelling of English Brandy, meaning simply ‘brandy.’

Brandee – Derived from Brandy, which is an alcoholic beverage

Brandi

Brandi – Variant spelling of English Brandy, meaning simply ‘brandy.’

Brandice – A beverage used as alcohol, an alcoholic beverage

Brandie – Variant spelling of English Brandy, meaning simply ‘brandy.’

Brandilyn – A ruddy alcoholic beverage

Brandiwyne – A distilled form of wine, distilled wine

Brandy – A type of alcoholic beverage used as a given name, possibly a variant of Brandeis or Brendan

Brandy – English name derived from the name of the liquor, popular in America in the 1970s and ’80s.

Brandyce – Derived from Brandy, an alcoholic beverage

Brandye – An alcohlic beverage, or spirit

Brandywine – The distilled form of wine

Brangwayna – A raven that is fair

Brangwyne – The raven, a black bird that resembles a crow

Branndais – A liquor name, the name of an alcohol

Brannde – An alcoholic beverage or spirit

Branndi – The name of an alcoholic beverage

Branndie – An alcoholic beverage name

Brantlie – A fiery or burning sword

Branxton – The town of Bracca

Bray – To cry out

Braya – Cheerful and free spirited

Brayden

Braylee – This name combines Bray, meaning marsh or hill, with Lee meaning lion or healer.

Braylen – Variant of Braylyn, the name means from the lake & brick layer. It can also be used for girls.

Brayli – Coming from a broad hillside

Braylin – Hailing from a broad hillside

Braytlee – An independent, lively, religious and defined person

Breah – Honourable, strong and virtuous

Breana – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Breann – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Breanna – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Breanne – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Breda – Variant spelling of English Breeda, meaning ‘exalted one.’

Bree – English form of Irish Brigh, meaning ‘force, strength.’

Breeanna – One who is strong and honourable

Breeda – Anglicized form of Irish Brid, meaning ‘exalted one.’

Breehan – Hailing from the boundary line

Breehanna – One who hails from the boundary

Breelyn – A noble and exalted person

Breeze – Derived from the vocabulary , refering to a gentle wind.

Breezie – Like a fast flowing wind

Bregan – Responsible and able individual, level headed

Bregeswith – A well mannered, refined and target oriented person

Breguswith – One who is an organizerm talented and reasonable person

Breindel – Blessing, Grace, Favour

Brenda – Old Irish and Scottish name believed to be of Scandinavian origin, from Old Norse brandr, meaning ‘sword.’

Brengwain – An alluring, perfect, materialistic and humble being

Brenley – A sharp weapon, a sword

Brenna – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Brennda – A sword, which is a sharp weapon, can also mean beaconed or fiery hill

Brenta – A raised land,a hill

Brenunda – One who is as as strong and as brave as a bear

Breona – Confident, strong, virtuous and noble by nature

Brer – A brother, bond by blood

Breshay – The blessed Son of the South

Bret

Brett – A person from Britain or Brittany, Brett is derived from a French surname and was co-opted by the English as a first name for both girls and boys. Lady Brett Ashley is the heroine of Hemingway”s The Sun Also Rises.

Brett – English unisex name meaning, ‘a Breton.’

Brette

Bri – An exalted and noble woman

Bria – One who is from the hill

Briallan – A noble woman from the hill

Briana

Brianna

Brianna – Feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Briannah

Briar – English unisex name derived from the plant name briar, from Old English brer, meaning ‘prickly bush.’

Brichterid – A female english name

Brichtiua – An old english name for girls

Brichtled – An english baby girl name

Bricteva – One who is fair gift

Bricthiua – She is a gift

Bricthled – She is from the lad of gifts

Brictiua – An idealistic, tactful, individualistic and candid person

Brictiva – The dance from the hilly area

Brictled – Daredevil, level headed and a balanced individual

Brictuia – Famous, easy going and humble human being

Brida – A woman with great strenght

Bridge – A word name, a bridge

Bridgeley – A person who is from the meadow near the bridge

Bridgely – She is from the fields near the bridge

Bridget – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Brighid, meaning ‘exalted one.’

Bridgett – An ascending, exalted lady

Bridgette – Variant spelling of English Bridget, meaning ‘exalted one.’

Bridgit – A woman who is moving up in life

Briella – Exalted beauty

Brielle – English short form of French Gabrielle, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Brienna

Brienne

Brienne – A strong woman og noble birth

Brier – Variant spelling of English unisex Briar, meaning ‘briar plant.’

Brighde – A powerful and strong woman

Brighton – From the bright town, Brighton is a seaside town in southern England. A surname traditionally used for boys, Brighton name may become more gender neutral in the future.

Brighton – A place name in Britain, a village near the bridge

Brihctiua – An indicative, materialistic and versatile person

Brihteue – A unique individual who can speak out the heart

Brihtgiua – A person who is a desire system and maintains order

Brilane – One who is from the Brigham Lane

Brilee – A noble man from the woodland meadow

Briley – One who is like a briar wood

Brill – He is from the land of hills. A surname

Brilliana – A name Lord Conway made up for his daughter

Brilynn – Brilynn means a powerful and moral beauty .

Brindah – Sword, torch

Brinkley – This ancient name refers to a location in England, in the county of Cambridgeshire.

Brinlee – Variant of Brinley meaning a burnt field. The name is more common among boys.

Brinley – Tawny

Brinxlee – An english female name, very rare

Brionna

Briony – Botanical name, a flowering perennial vine with heart-shaped leaves and a root used in some folk medicine, variant of Bryony

Briony – The name Briony means ‘to grow’ or ‘to sprout’. It was also the name of a plant used in folk medicine.

Brisen – A name of an enchantress

Bristol – Location names can be so meaningful — or just fun. Bristol is a city along the Avon River in England and is the name of several U.S. cities. It can also mean bridge.

Brita – A strong woman. Can also mean one who is from Britain

Britain – A place name. One who is from Britain

Britainy – A woman from Britain

Britane – One who is from an ancient Bretagne in France

Britaney – A girl who lives in Britain

Britani – A little one who is from Britain

Britanie – One from little Britain

Britanii – A British woman

Britanni – A woman from the island of Britain

Britannia – Latin name for the personification of the British Empire, meaning ‘Britain.’

Britannie – One who is from an island of Britain

Britanny – One from the British island

Britany – A girl from British lands

Britenee – One from an ancient Bretagne province in France

Briteny – A british girl

Britheue – A girly English name

Britheva – She who lives in Britain

Brithiva – One whose roots are from Britain

Brithrethe – A name of the girl from Britain

Brithwen – A bright and clear frined

Britianey – A girl with British origins

Britinee – She is British

Britini – A woman from Little Britain

Britkney – To be from Britain

Britlee – A varian from Brittney, meanin one from Britain

Britley – One who is from the british lands

Britlyn – To live on the lands of Britain

Britlynn – Her home are the British lands

Britnay – One from ancien Bretagne province

Britne – She is of british origins

Britnea – A woman whose origins are from British lands

Britnee – To come from Briton, a region in France

Britnei – She is from Briton

Britney

Britney – Variant of Brittany, meaning coming from Britain. Britney Spears is one well-known Britney.

Britni – One from former nothen French Province

Britnie – A woman who is from the Little Britain

Britny – She is from little Britain

Britnye – A little woman from Britain

Briton – A man from Britain

Britt – Pet form of English Brittany, meaning ‘little Britain.’

Britta

Britta – Pet form of English Brittany, meaning ‘little Britain.’

Brittain – A place name, an island of Britain

Brittainey – She is very British

Brittainie – A person who is very British

Brittainny – A British one

Brittane – A Brit woman

Brittanee – One who acts British

Brittaney

Brittaney – She is a British girl

Brittani – Variant spelling of English Brittany, meaning ‘little Britain.’

Brittania – Variant spelling of Latin Britannia, meaning ‘Britain.’

Brittanie

Brittanie – She comes from the British lands

Brittannee – Her home is Britain

Brittanni – Woman from the lands of Britain

Brittannie – To be British

Brittanny – She is a true British woman

Brittany – A native of Brittany (originally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France) or Britain

Brittany – In 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.’

Brittanye – A lady from Britain

Brittanyne – A woman who comes from Britain

Brittenay – A girl from Britain

Brittenee – She is a girl of Britain

Britteneee – A woman whose home is in Britain

Britteney – A lady who came from Britain

Brittenie – She who is from Britain

Britteny – A female who is from Britain

Brittiani – A person whose homeland is Britain

Brittianni – Britain is her homeland

Brittiany – A woman of British origin

Brittine – One with britsh roots

Brittinee – A woman of British roots

Brittiney – A girl with British roots

Brittini – One who comes from Britain

Brittinni – One who is from Little Britain

Brittiny – A young girl from Little Britain

Brittknee – A british girl name

Brittnay – She who comes from Britain

Brittnaye – A woman who came from Britain

Brittne – She whose roots are from Britain

Brittnea – A woman of British lands

Brittnee

Brittnee – She who belongs to Britain

Brittnei – The beutiful lands of Britain

Brittneigh – A woman who is british

Brittney – From Britain

Brittney – Variant spelling of English Brittany, meaning ‘little Britain.’

Brittni – A girl of British heritage

Brittnie – Of British heritage

Brittny – Variant spelling of English Brittany, meaning ‘little Britain.’

Brittnye – A woman of British heritage

Britton – To travel to far off places, enjoy different cultures.

Brittyne – A woman who is Britain native

Brogan – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Brogain, meaning ‘descendant of Brogan,’ hence ‘little shoe.’

Brolice – A tought woman

Brolin – To make a pladge

Bromel – A woman from a little broom meadow

Bromleah – A girl from the meadow covered with broom

Bronte – Altered form of Irish Prunty, a form of Gaelic O 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.

Bronze – A coppery-brown color

Brook – A small stream

Brook’Lyn – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brook’Lynn – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brook – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English broc, meaning ‘brook, stream.’

Brooke – Near the small stream, Once a surname originally used for boys, Brooke is now used often for girls as well, especially when spelled with an ‘e’ at the end.

Brooke – Meaning ‘stream’ or ‘person who dwells by the brook’, this was originally used as a surname. It can be a boy’s name also.

Brookelle – A woman from the stream

Brookelyn – Combination of Brook and Lynn, literally one who ‘lives near a brook.’

Brookelynn – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brookelynne – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brooklin – Combination of Brook and Lynn, literally one who ‘lives near a brook.’

Brooklyn – Small stream, bringing forth

Brooklyn – Brooklyn can also be used as a boys name, but is much more popular for girls. The name has been used as a reference to the borough of New York City. It’s alternative meaning derives from the Dutch word ‘Breukelen’, which means ‘broken land’. Additionally.

Brooklyne – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brooklynn

Brooklynn – Form of BROOKLYN – small stream, borough of New York City

Brooklynne

Brooklynne – Variant of Brooke, meaning small body of water. The name can also be spelled Brooklyn.

Brooksie – A little one from the water stream

Bryana – English feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Bryanna

Bryanna – English feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Bryanne – English feminine form of Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Bryar – A bush of thorny wild roses

Brylee – The name Brylee is a girl’s name of English origin.

Bryleigh – A courageous woman from the hill

Bryliy – A brave woman

Bryluen – A woman who is a good horse rider

Bryn – A woman who comes from the hill

Bryna – A strenght and a force in the person

Brynleigh – Variant of Brynlee (emphasis on the nickname Bryn), unique and different.

Brynley – Variant of Brinley meaning a burnt field. The name is more common among boys.

Brynli – A victorious and praised woman

Brynlie – She is a praised woman

Bryony – Botanical name for a flowering perennial vine with heart-shaped leaves and a root used in some folk medicine

Bryony – English 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.’

Brystal – This is a variation of ‘Bristol,’ which is a town in England. It also means a bridge.

Brystol – Variant of Bristol, where the bridge resides.

Buduc – One who wears a ribbon

Buffy – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Bumma – On of carefree and free spirit

Bun – To tie hair int a knot

Bunnie – She brings victory to men

Bunny – English pet form of Latin Berenice, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’

Bunty – English name, probably derived from an old nursery rhyme about ‘baby bunting.’

Burgundy – English 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.

Burgwenta – A strong lady

Burnett – A woman of brown hair

Busy – The name Busy is a girl’s name of Hebrew, English origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Buttercup – The name Buttercup is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘yellow wildflower’.

Butterfly – The name Butterfly is a girl’s name of English origin.

Byota – An ecology of the place. The flora and fauna

Byrd

Byrdene – She is a little bird

Byrdie – To be like a little bird

Byrtel – One who is like a flowering shrub

English girl names starting with C

Cacia – Short form of English Acacia, meaning ‘not evil.’

Cactus – A desert plant

Caddie – A free woman

Cadee – Rhythmic flow of sounds, variant of Cady

Cadena – A rhytmhmic person

Cadence

Cadence – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin cadens ‘to fall,’ hence ‘flow of rhythm.’

Cadey – A pure hearted woman

Cadie – An alternative spelling of the name Caide or Cade meaning ’round’.

Cady – Variant spelling of English Katie, meaning ‘pure.’

Cadyna – Rhythmic

Cadyna – A girl with good rhytm

Cadynn – A rhytmic girl

Caelie – Variant spelling of English Kaylie, meaning ‘slender.’

Caelin – Girl

Caelyn – A modern variant of the name Kaylyn, derived from Katherine meaning ‘pure’ or ‘torture’.

Caelynn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Caelynne – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Caetlin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Caetlyn – A woman who is pure

Caetti – Short for caitlyn, means a pure one

Cafna – A rhythmic person

Cage – A vonfiding space

Cagney – One who is caged and trapped

Caileigh – Variant spelling of English Kayleigh, meaning ‘slender.’

Cailla – A ceremonial and young attendant

Caillin – A girl, a female

Cailyn – Anglicized form of Irish Cailin, meaning ‘girl.’

Caindale – One who comes from the valley near the river

Cairo – Cairo is a place name for the capital of Egypt.

Cairo – One who is victrious

Caisie – A piece proclamation

Caitlin – A fair and pure woman

Caitlyn – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Calantha – English 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.’

Calanthe – Variant spelling of English Calantha, meaning ‘beautiful flower.’ This is the name of a genus of orchid flowers.

Calanthia – Variant spelling of English Calantha, meaning ‘beautiful flower.’

Calder

Caldwiella – She is from the cold spring

Caleah – A woman known for beauty

Caledon – A tough person

Caleigh – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Calico – The name Calico is a girl’s name of English origin.

Calida – English name derived from the Spanish word, calida, meaning ‘hot.’

Calita – The loved one

Calla – English name derived from the name of the Calla Lily, from Greek kallaia, meaning ‘wattle of a cock,’ from kallos meaning ‘beauty.’

Calleigh – A woman warrior

Callen – A woman who is powerful in the battle

Calli – Most beautiful, pet form of Callista

Callidora – English name composed of the Greek elements kallos ‘beauty’ and doron ‘gift,’ hence ‘gift of beauty.’

Callie – Most beautiful, pet form of Callista

Callie – English pet form of Latin Callista, meaning ‘most beautiful.’

Callyr – The name means lark

Caltha – English 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.

Camber – The name Camber is a girl’s name of English origin.

Cambria – A place name, one from Cambria

Cambrie – Place name originating from the Latin word for Wales, variation of Cambria

Cambrie – An inveted modern name

Cambryn – She has a crooked nose

Camdyn – Free-spirited, refused to make plans, goes with the flow.

Came – She brings joy

Camelia – A name of the flower

Camella – One who is like Camelia flower

Camellia – Flower

Camellia – English 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.’

Cameo

Cameo – English jewelry name, derived from the Italian word cammeo, from either Arabic qamaa’il ‘flower buds’ or Persian chumahan, meaning ‘agate.’

Cameron – Scottish 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.’

Cameryn – Her nose is crooked

Cami – One of crooked nose

Camila – She attends ceremonials

Camilla – Feminine 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.

Camille

Camille – French unisex form of Roman Latin Camilla, possibly meaning ‘attendant (for a temple).’

Camillia – A pure virgin

Camlyn – Her nose is beautifuly crooked

Camm – She has a bent nose

Cammi – She is very noble

Cammie – English pet form of Roman Latin Camilla, possibly meaning ‘attendant (for a temple).’

Cammy – She is a priest’s helper

Camryn – English feminine variant spelling of Scottish unisex Cameron, meaning ‘crooked nose.’

Camylle – A virgin with a pure character

Candace – Latin 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.

Candasa – A woman of clarity

Candi – Variant spelling of English Candy, meaning either ‘candy’ the sweet, or ‘prince of servants.’

Candice

Candice – English variant spelling of Latin Candace, meaning ‘prince of servants.’

Candida – English 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.

Candis – English variant spelling of Latin Candace, meaning ‘prince of servants.’

Candle – A word name, candle

Candy – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘candy.’

Candyce – English variant spelling of Latin Candace, meaning ‘prince of servants.’

Canyon – A very large ravine, a canyon

Canzada – A settlement, pure, nonchalant and generous

Caprica – She who is from Capri, Italy

Capricorn – A zodiac sigh, a goat

Caprina – English 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.’

Capucine – From the French flower name, meaning ‘nasturtium.’ This name was borne by the French actress who played Inspector Clouseau’s wife in ‘The Pink Panther.’

Cara

Cara – Modern English name derived either from Italian cara, a term of endearment meaning ‘beloved,’ or from the Irish Gaelic word cara, meaning ‘friend.’

Caral – One who is free

Carall – Song of happiness

Caralyn

Caramia – English name derived from the Italian phrase cara mia, meaning ‘my beloved.’

Cardea – She protects the hinges

Cardella – A woman’s name from England

Carden

Careen – Possibly 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.

Carel – Song of happiness

Carele – Song of happiness

Carell – Song of happiness

Caren – English variant spelling of Danish Karen, meaning ‘pure.’

Carey – Variant spelling of English unisex Cary, meaning ‘dark one.’

Cari – Variant spelling of English unisex Cary, meaning ‘dark one.’

Carianna – Pure

Carie – A full grown, adult woman

Carien – A caring one

Caril – Song of happiness

Carilena – Song of happiness

Carilyn – She is both feminine and mainly

Carilynne – She who acts like a man

Carin

Carin – English variant spelling of Danish Karen, meaning ‘pure.’

Carina – An elaborate form of the Latin name for a constellation in the Southern sky ‘Cara’, or a variant of the name Karina meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘cute’.

Carine – Variant spelling of English Careen, meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘friend.’

Caris – English variant spelling of Latin Charis, meaning ‘grace.’

Carisa – She is a loved one

Carisma – Charisma

Carissa – Variant spelling of English Charissa, meaning ‘grace.’

Carissy – A little dear girl

Carita – Pet form of English Cara, meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘friend.’

Carla – Feminine form of German Carl, meaning ‘man.’

Carlee – A free peasant woman

Carleen – She is a free peasant girl

Carleena – A woman who is free

Carleigh – A free peasant girl

Carlen – She is free and a peasant girl

Carlene – Pet form of German Carla, meaning ‘man.’

Carletta – A girl who acts mainly

Carley – Variant spelling of English Carlie, meaning ‘man.’

Carli – Feminine of Carl, without chains or bonds, open.

Carlia – Free

Carlie – English pet form of German Carla, meaning ‘man.’

Carlin – Irish Gaelic unisex name meaning ‘little champion.’

Carling – Hill where old women or witches gather

Carlisa – English blend of German Carla ‘man’ and English Lisa ‘God is my oath.’

Carlisle

Carliss – She is free lady

Carlissa – She who is born as a free person

Carlota – Variant spelling of Italian Carlotta, meaning ‘man.’

Carlotta – Pet form of Italian Carla, meaning ‘man.’

Carly – Variant spelling of English Carlie, meaning ‘man.’

Carlye – A woman who has her freedom

Carlyle – A girl who has freedom

Carlyn – Feminine variant spelling of Irish Gaelic unisex Carlin, meaning ‘little champion.’

Carlynda – A free and pretty lady

Carlyne – She has freedom

Carlynn – A little, free one

Carlynne – She who has freedom

Carlysle – She who is little and free

Carmel – Latin feminine form of Hebrew unisex Karmel, meaning ‘garden-land.’ In the bible, this is the name of a mountain in the Holy Land.

Carmia – She who is like a song

Carna – One who portects the body

Carnation – English name derived from the flower name, from French carnation, meaning ‘complexion,’ from Italian carnagione, meaning ‘flesh-colored.’

Carnella – A woman who defends the fortress

Caro – A female who is manly strong

Carol

Carol – English form of French Carole, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with masculine Carol.

Carolanne – A noble girl who act mainly

Caroleana – Song of happiness

Caroleanah – Song of happiness

Caroleena – Song of happiness

Caroliana – A female with male strenght

Carolina – A song of joy and happiness

Caroline – Pet form of French Carole, meaning ‘man.’

Caroll – Song of happiness

Carolyn – English variant spelling of French Caroline, meaning ‘man.’

Carolynn

Caron – Variant spelling of English Caren, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with another form of Caron.

Caronne – Pure

Carpathia – A name of the mountin

Carrall – Song of happiness

Carreen – Variant spelling of English Careen, possibly meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘friend.’

Carri – A pure man who is free

Carrie – Familar variant of Carol, Carla, and Caroline

Carrie – A pet name for Carolin , derived via French from the Germanic name Charles, meaning ‘free man’. Also a variant of Carissa meaning ‘grace’ and ‘kindness’.

Carrieann – A noble strong girl

Carrington – Origin is not entirely clear, but it refers to a town, English surname

Carrington – Carrington means swampland. The name can also be used for boys.

Carroline – A little free woman

Carry – Variant spelling of English Carrie, meaning ‘man.’

Carson – Child of Carr, a name originally for boys, now used for both genders

Carsyn – Variant of Carson, doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty, hard worker.

Carter

Cary – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Ciardha, ‘descendant of Ciardha (‘black, dark’), hence ‘dark one.’

Caryann – A gracious and womanly woman

Caryl

Caryl – Variant spelling of English Carol, meaning ‘man.’

Caryn – English form of Danish Karen, meaning ‘pure.’

Carynn

Cascade – To fall, a cascade

Cascaida – A falling, descending land

Casey – Variant spelling of English Cassie, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’ Compare with masculine Casey.

Cashlin – A very vain woman

Cashlynn – A vain girl

Casi – A pet from Cassandra, meaning a phrophetess

Cass – English short form of Latin Cassandra, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’

Cassandra – Latin 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.

Cassi

Cassia – Latin form of Hebrew Qetsiyah, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Cassiah – Variant spelling of Latin Cassia, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Cassidy – English unisex name derived from the Gaelic surname O Caiside, ‘descendant of Caiside,’ hence ‘curly(-headed).’

Cassie – Familiar form of Cassandra, Cassiopeia, Cassidy, and similar names

Cassie – Pet form of English Cass, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’

Cassielle – The speed of the God

Cassilda – A place where people live

Cassini – A small dwelling place

Cassy – She is like a thorny tree

Castel – A castle. One who lives in a castel

Castle – He is from a castle

Cataleya – A flower name, Cataleya is a type of orchid.

Cate – The name Cate is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin meaning ‘pure’.

Catelin – An innocent and genuine woman

Cateline – Variant form of Old French Caterine, meaning ‘pure.’

Catelynn – An unsillied and innocent girl

Caterin – A pure woman

Cath – English short form of French Catherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Catharin – A pure and genuine, innocente woman

Catharina – She is pure and innocente

Catharine – Variant spelling of French Catherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Catharyn – She is pure

Cathee – Short for Catherine, meaning a pure girl

Catherin – She is an innocente young woman

Catherina – She is a woman of purity and innocence

Catherine – Later spelling of Old French Caterine, meaning ‘pure.’

Catheryn – She is innocen and a virgin

Cathleen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Cathrin – A pure, genuine dame

Cathrina – She is a dame of innocence and purity

Cathrine – A maiden, innocente and pure

Cathryn – English variant spelling of French Catharine, meaning ‘pure.’

Cathwulf – A woman pure as a wolf

Cathy

Cathy – English pet form of French Catharine, meaning ‘pure.’

Cati – A woman who is pure, innocnet

Catie – A chaste woman

Catin – A chaste dame

Catlin – An innocent, pure, genuine woman

Catlyn – She is pure and an innocent girl

Catrin – She is the chaste one

Catrina – Contracted form of English Catriona, meaning ‘pure.’

Catrine – The one pure woman

Catriona – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Catriona and Scottish Gaelic Catriona, both meaning ‘pure.’

Cattle – One who herds the cettle

Cattleya – Cattleya means a beautiful person. It comes from the a group of orchid flowers.

Cavall – A name of the dog of King Artur

Cayanne – A spicy person

Cayenne – Biting, the name of a very hot pepper

Cayley – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Caylin – Variant spelling of English Kaylin, meaning ‘girl.’

Ceara – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Cearra – Variant spelling of English Ceara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Cebba – Logical, sensitive, secretive and practical natured person

Cecelia – Variant spelling of English Cecilia, meaning ‘blind.’

Cecilia – English form of Latin C?cilia, meaning ‘blind.’

Cecily – Blind

Cecily – Medieval form of English Cecilia, meaning ‘blind.’

Cedany – One who is like a clover

Cedar – English name derived from the tree name, meaning simply ‘cedar.’

Cedra – She is the one who is loved and kind

Cedrica – Chief, battle chieftain, feminine variant of Cedric, a name of Celtic origin

Cee – It means blind, they are the sixth one

Ceil – The name Ceil is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘blind’.

Celandine – English name derived from the name of a yellow wildflower, from Greek chelidon, meaning ‘a swallow bird.’

Celeste – English form of French Celeste, meaning ‘heavenly.’

Celestine – English form of French Celestine, meaning ‘heavenly.’

Celia – Contracted form of English English Cecilia, meaning ‘blind.’ Compare with another form of Celia.

Celinda – Modern English name, possibly a blend of Celandine (bird and flower name) and Linda from the Spanish word meaning ‘pretty.’

Celisa – The song of joy

Celise – The one who takes God as the oath

Celleen – A beautiful and young girl

Celli – Variant of Celi, an altar of the sky

Celosia – English name derived from the flower name (sometimes called cockcombs or woolflowers), from Greek kelos, meaning ‘burned.’

Celsey – A variant of the name Kelsey. It is derived from the words ceol, which means ‘ship’, and sige which means ‘victory’.

Cenedra – A fantasy name derived from Cecilia

Cengifu – A creative and artistic individual

Ceola – The throat

Ceolburh – A loyal, brilliant and restless individual

Ceolwynn – Well-read and intelligent individual

Ceonna – Naughty, amusing and beloved

Cerissa – Charity, Cherry red color

Cesilie – Blind, they are talented musician

Cesli – Ship’s victory

Ceychelle – A charismatic, sensitive person

Ceylin – Girl

Chadda – The one who is born in battle

Chalice – English name derived from the word, chalice, from Latin calix, meaning ‘cup.’

Challa – English – Chalice, A variant of name Chalice

Chalsie – The seaport, Landing place of chalk

Chance – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘chance.’

Chandler – Chandler means a person who makes candles.

Chandon – A type of Parrot

Chandona – A Parrot

Chanel – Modern English name derived from a Parisian fashion house founded by Coco Chanel whose surname meant ‘pipe.’

Chanelle – Variant spelling of English Chanel, meaning ‘pipe.’

Channer – A wise and charming being

Channery – An imaginative individual

Channing – Of uncertain origin, possibly related to French meaning canal or indicating a church official, The spelling is suggestive of a paternal meaning such as Chan or Cana”s child.

Channing – Channing means aware, knowing something.

Chantale – English variant spelling of French Chantal, meaning ‘stony place.’

Chante – English name derived from the French word for ‘sung.’

Chantel – English variant spelling of French Chantal, meaning ‘stony place.’

Chantele – A stony place near river

Chantell – A cheerful and friendly individual who sings perfectly

Chantelle – Elaborated form of English Chantel, meaning ‘stony place.’

Chaos – Mayhem, state of confusion

Chapel – Place of worship

Charilette – A strong and virile human being

Charis

Charis – Latin 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.

Charisma – English name derived from the vocabulary word charisma, from Greek charis, meaning ‘charm, grace, kindness.’

Charissa – English elaborated form of Latin Charis, meaning ‘grace.’

Charita – Variant form of English Charity, meaning ‘dear.’

Charitee – A responsible, friendly, loving individual

Charitina – The one who does charity

Charity – English name 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.

Charla – Pet form of English Charlene, meaning ‘man.’

Charlee

Charleen – Variant spelling of English Charlene, meaning ‘man.’

Charlene – Free man

Charlene – English form of French Charline, meaning ‘man.’

Charley – Variant spelling of English unisex Charlie, meaning ‘man.’

Charli – Manly, feminine form of Charles

Charli – A modern spelling of the name Charlie, derived from Charles meaning ‘defender of men’.

Charlie – Unisex pet form of English Charles and Charlene, meaning ‘man.’

Charliene – A bold, independent, interesting person

Charlize – Feminine of Charles

Charlotte

Charlotte – Feminine form of French Charlot, meaning ‘man.’

Charly

Charlyn

Charm – Charisma

Charmain – A charming name

Charmaine – Derived from the element ‘charm’ in English means ‘Fruit Garden’ ‘Fruitful Land in Hebrew and ‘Delight’ in Old Greek.

Charme – Charisma

Charmian – English name derived from Greek charma, meaning ‘delight.’

Charmine – Charming girl who is a born Princess

Charminique – A female child born out of love

Charolette – A royalty, free woman

Charook – A wise one who understands everything

Chartrice – Song of happiness

Chaselynn – A shy and perspective peacemaker

Chasey – The one who dwells on hunting ground

Chasity – Variant spelling of English Chastity, meaning ‘purity.’

Chastity – English 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.

Chatlie – Filled with strength

Chavi – Daughter, child

Chayla – Palace of the fairy, , life

Chaylse – A Seaport

Chelcea – Seaport

Chelcie – A landing place, port for chalk

Chelcy – Port made for chalk

Chelise – Chalk port

Chelle – English short form of French Michelle, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Chellsie – Bank of a river

Chelsa – A port for limestone

Chelsea – Seaport, The word itself is derived from an Old English expression meaning landing place for limestone, which likely refers to the docks in the Chelsea district of London.

Chelsea – English name derived from the name of a district in London, meaning ‘landing place’ or ‘landing port.’

Chelsey – A variant of the name Chelsea, refering to the area in London and meaning ‘landing place for chalk or limestone’.

Chelsi – Name of a place in London

Chelsie – A variant spelling of the name Chelsea, refering to the district in London meaing ‘landing place for chalk or limestone’.

Chelsy – Place for chalk transportation

Chencha – A giving, loving, warm and agreeable person

Cher – Short form of English Cheryl, probably meaning ‘darling beryl.’

Chera – A beautiful princess

Chere – Cherry

Cheree – Cherry

Chereen – Dear One, Darling, Germanic – Man, Freeman, Hebrew – Singer, Plain, Variant of Cherie, Cherilyn

Cherese – Beloved sweetheart

Cheresse – The dearest one

Cherette – Pet form of English Cherie, meaning ‘darling,’ and other names beginning with Cher-.

Cherey – Cherry

Cheri – Variant spelling of English Cherie, meaning ‘darling.’

Cherice

Cherice – Variant spelling of English Cherise, meaning ‘cherry.’

Cherida – Cherry

Cherie – English name derived from the French word cherie, meaning ‘darling.’

Cherilyn – English compound name composed of Cheri ‘darling’ and Lyn ‘lake,’ hence ‘darling lake.’

Cherisa – A sweet singer

Cherise – English variant spelling of French Cerise, meaning ‘cherry.’

Cherish – English name derived from the vocabulary word cherish, meaning ‘to cherish, to hold dear.’

Cherisse – A true, resourceful person

Cherita – Cherry

Cherlin – Coral, mesmerizing beauty

Cherline – State of happiness

Cherly – A darling friend

Cherlynn – Plain individual, a singer

Chermel – A determined, born leader

Cherokee – Unisex 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.’

Cherrell

Cherrey – Cherry

Cherri – A fruit bearing tree

Cherrie – Cherry

Cherrill

Cherrish – Treasured

Cherry – Cherry fruit, bright red

Cherry – Cherry refers to the fruit of the same name, it can also mean ‘charity’.

Cheryl – Modern English variant of the French name Cherie (dear one), possibly a blend of Cherie with Beryl or Meryl

Cheryl – This English name first appeared in the 1920s and is probably a blend of Cherie ‘darling’ and the gem name Beryl, hence ‘darling beryl.’

Cheryll

Cheryll – Coral, a virgin

Cheryn – A maiden

Cherysh – Treasured

Cheryth – Cherry

Ches – Clearing camp

Chesleigh

Chesnea – Unknown

Chesneigh – Unknown

Chesney – The name Chesney is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘oak grove’.

Chesni – Unknown

Chesnie – Unknown

Chessie – Chalk port

Chessnea – Unknown (possibly from an English surname)

Chessney – Unknown

Chestina – A treasured individual

Chevonne – English pronunciation of Irish Gaelic Siobhan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Cheyanne – Variant spelling of English unisex Cheyenne, meaning ‘little Sahiya’ or ‘little red-talker.’

Cheyenne – English unisex name derived from the name of the Native American people, from Dakota Sioux Sahiyena, meaning ‘little Sahiya’ or ‘little red-talker.’

Chick – Young Chicken

China – Asian country, fine, delicate porcelain

China – English 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.

Chinah – China

Chine – China

Chinea – China

Chinna – China

Chita – Middle English name meaning ‘kitten.’ Compare with other forms of Chita.

Chloe – Latin form 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.

Chloris – Latin form of Greek Khloris, meaning ‘green buds.’ In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of flowers and vegetation.

Chonsie – Feminine form of English Chauncey, meaning ‘good fortune.’

Choral – Choir

Chorus – Choir

Chris – English unisex short form of longer names beginning with Chris-.

Chrisette – Bearer of Lord Jesus, the son of God

Chrissey – Follower of lord Jesus

Chrissie – English pet form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Chrissy

Chrissy – Variant spelling of English Chrissie, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christa – Contracted form of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christabel – Variant spelling of English Christabelle, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ’ and Belle, ‘beautiful.’

Christabella – English compound name composed of French Christine ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ’ and Latin Bella ‘beautiful.’

Christabelle – English compound name composed of French Christine ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ’ and French Belle ‘beautiful.’

Christal – Variant spelling of English Crystal, meaning ‘crystal, ice.’

Christana

Christana – One who follows the preachings of Jesus Christ

Christanne – Follower of Jesus and his preachings

Christany – One who is a follower of Christianityity religion

Christeanna – One who follows the teachings of Jesus

Christeen

Christeena – Follower of teachings of Jesus

Christel – Variant spelling of English Crystal, meaning ‘crystal, ice.’

Christelle – Pet form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christen

Christen – English variant spelling of German Kristen, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christena

Christi – Variant spelling of English Christie, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christia – A Jesus Christ follower, Christianity

Christian

Christiana – Feminine form of Latin Christianus, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christianne – Feminine form of English Christian, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christie – English pet form of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christin – English abbreviated form of French Christine or Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christina – Variant spelling of Latin Christiana, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christine – French from of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christmas

Christobel – Variant spelling of English Christabel, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ’ and ‘beautiful.’

Christy

Christy – Variant spelling of English Christie, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with masculine Christy.

Christyn – One who follows Jesus Christ’s teachings

Chrisy – Christ bearer, Christianity

Chrysanta – Latin form of Greek Chrysanthe, meaning ‘golden flower.’

Chryssa – English pet form of Latin Chrysanta, meaning ‘golden flower.’

Chryssi – Christ bearer, Christianity

Chrystabel – Beautiful

Chrystabelle – Beautiful

Chrystal – Of English origin, Chrystal means ‘Crystal’ or ‘Christian woman’ and is a variant of the name ‘Christine’.

Chrystina

Chrystobel – Beautiful

Chuna – Clover, a plant of the pea family that can also be used for fodder

Chyldeluve – A cheerful person who is focused and reasonable

Chyler – One who is loved by all, beloved

Chyna – Variant 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.’

Chynna – Based on the name of the country China

Ci – A female nickname for the names ending with ci

Cibil – A name for fortune-teller, one who predicts the future

Cicada – A type of insect that makes loud noise at night

Cicely – Dim-sighted, blind, Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music, was blind and gifted.

Cicely – The name Cicely is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘blind’.

Cicily – One who is blind, i.e. unable to see due to dysfunctioning of eyes

Cidney – A wide meadow, a piece of land filled with grass

Ciel – English name derived from the French word for ‘sky.’

Ciena – A clay material used for many purposes

Ciera – Variant spelling of English Sierra, meaning ‘mountain range.’

Cierra – Variant spelling of English Sierra, meaning ‘mountain range.’

Cilicia – Something that is circular and rolls about itself

Cilla – Ancient, antique, relic, A nickname for Priscilla White, who was an ancient British singer of 1960s

Cim – One who presides, ruler, emperor, lord, king, maharaja

Cimone – English variant spelling of French Simone, meaning ‘hearkening.’

Cindal – Bright, attractive, shiny

Cindel – An abbreviation for the names Cynthia and Lucinda

Cinderella – English form of French Cendrillon, meaning ‘little ashes.’

Cindi – Dimunitive or abbreviation for the name Cynthia

Cindra – Modern English name, probably a blend of Cindy ‘woman from Kynthos’ and Sandra ‘defender of mankind.’

Cindy – Familiar form of Cynthia and Lucinda

Cindy – English pet form of Latin Cynthia, meaning ‘woman from Kynthos.’

Cinnamon – A spice, added to food for flavour

Cirie – A successful person who likes to be reasonable

Cirila – Lady, woman, mistress, or the female term for Ciril

Cis – Short form of English Cissy, meaning ‘blind.’

Ciss – Short form of English Cissy, meaning ‘blind.’

Cissota – Blind, one who cannot see, one who lost the sense of vision

Cissy – Derived from Cecilia, meaning blind, one who cannot see

Clacie – An English name derivated from Lassy

Claefer – Clover, a part of the pea family that is used as a fodder

Clair – Bright, clear

Clair – English variant spelling of French Claire, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Claire – French form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Clairene – Pet form of French Claire, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Clane – A plant that is herbaceous and is used as fodder for animals

Clara

Clara – Feminine form of Latin Clarus, meaning ‘clear, bright.’ In use by the English and Italians.

Clarabella – English compound name composed of Latin Clara ‘clear, bright’ and Bella ‘beautiful,’ hence ‘bright beauty.’

Clarabelle – Bright and beautiful, a blend of Clara (bright) and Belle (beautiful)

Clarabelle – Variant spelling of English Clarabella, meaning ‘bright beauty.’

Clarae – Famous, dazzling, bright, clear

Claral – Famous, dazzling, bright, clear

Claramae – English compound name composed of Latin Clara, ‘clear, bright,’ and English Mae ‘pearl’ or ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Claramay – Variant spelling of English Claramae, meaning ‘bright pearl’ or ‘bright rebel.’

Claramunda – Clear and bright, appealing and dazzling

Clarcia – Something that is clear and bright

Clare – English form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘clear, bright.’ Compare with masculine Clare.

Claresta – Shiny, dazzling, brilliant, appealing

Claretta – Pet form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Clarette – Pet form of English Clare, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Clariandra – A clear and bright maden

Claribel – Variant spelling of English Clarabelle, meaning ‘bright and beautiful.’

Clarice – Medieval French form of Latin Clarissa, meaning ‘fame.’

Claricia – A clear woman

Clariscia – Clear, bright and dazzling

Clarisin – Bright, vivid, dazzling and clear

Clariss – One who has fame, and is the brightest of all

Clarissa

Clarissa – Diminutive form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘fame.’

Clarissant

Clarity – English name derived from the vocabulary word clarity, from Latin clarus, meaning ‘clear.’

Clarugge – A woman’s name

Claudette – Diminutive form of French Claudia, meaning ‘little lame one.’

Claudia

Claudia – As mentioned in the New Testament, it is the feminine form of ‘Claudius’, a 7th century saint

Claudie – Pet form of French Claudia, meaning ‘lame.’

Claudine – Diminutive form of French Claudia, meaning ‘little lame one.’

Clayne – A town situated near a place called Clayland

Cleantha – Glorious woman, derived from the Greek kleo, meaning fame or glory

Clelia – A Roman herione who acted in the Classical era

Clematis – English name derived from the name of the flowering vine clematis, from Greek klema, meaning ‘branch or brushwood.’

Clemency – The name Clemency is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘mild, merciful’.

Clementeen – One who is very gentle, kind and soft hearted

Clementine – French form of Latin Clementina, meaning ‘of Clementius.’

Clemento – Merciful, tender, forgiving, soft hearted

Clemmie – Derived from Clement, meaning gentle and merciful

Cleo – The name Cleo is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘glory’.

Cleopatra – Latin 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.

Clericia – A wandering group of people

Clete – To call on someone, to call someone

Cleva – Lives near the hills, cliffs, feminine form of Cliff, Clive, and Clifford

Cleva – One who lives in the hills, who resides in the hills

Clova – Clover

Clove – Derived from ‘Clover’, the name of a flower from the pea family

Clover – Clover, a wild flower

Clover – Clover refers a flower by the same name. It is often associated with luck.

Coby – One who acts as a supplanter, one who replaces or takes place of someone else

Cochrann – The one who rules, king or lady

Coco – Originally from the Italian occupational name for a ‘cook,’ it is now in continental use as a pet form of longer names beginning with Co-.

Codee – One who is very helpful and helps others in need

Codie – Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning ‘helper.’

Codier – A cushion or pillow, a cloth stuffed with cotton, normally used for furniture purpose

Codruta – A determined, talented and fierce individual

Cody – Pillow

Cody – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy (also spelled Cuddy), an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Cuidighthigh ‘descendant of Cuidightheach,’ hence ‘helper.’

Codyr – A cushion, a pillow, a cloth that is stuffed with cotton and is used as furniture

Coeli – Heaven, a place where God is supposed to reside

Colbie – Colbie means a village of coalworkers. It is more common as a boy’s name.

Colby – Dark-skinned or from a coal town

Colby

Coleen – Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning ‘girl.’

Colena – Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning ‘girl.’

Colene – Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning ‘girl.’

Colette – Short form of French Nicolette, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Coleyne – A young woman, a girl

Coline – Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning ‘girl.’

Colissa – A young woman who is charming, lovely and delightful

Colleen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cailin, meaning ‘girl.’

Collete – Triumph of men against an enemy, victory of men

Collins – Collins means a win for the people. It is more commonly used for boys.

Collyn – Derived from an Irish word ‘Colleen’ meaning girl, a young woman

Collys – A young woman, a girl

Colombine – The name Colombine is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘dove’.

Columbine – English name 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.

Comfort – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘to comfort, help, strengthen.’

Concord – Calm, peace, tranquility, non-violence, still and quiet

Concordia – Latin name meaning ‘harmony, peace, with (one) heart.’ In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of peace. Her Greek name is Harmonia.

Connie

Connie – Derived from the Norman name Constantia, meaning ‘constant’ or ‘steadfast’.

Conradine – Feminine form of German Conrad, meaning ‘bold counsel.’

Constance – English form of Latin Constantia, meaning ‘steadfast.’

Constancia – Steadfast, reliable and trustworthy

Constancy – Reliable and steadfast, can be depended on

Cooper – Maker of wooden objects like tubs, buckets, barrels, etc

Copeland – A purchased land, a land that is bought

Copland – Derived from the name of a place

Coppelia – A story of a girl with enamel eyes

Cora

Cora – Latin form of Greek Kore, meaning ‘maiden.’ In mythology, this is a name borne by Persephone, a goddess of the underworld.

Coraima – A young, unmarried woman, Maiden

Coral – English name derived from the gem name, from Latin corallium, probably ultimately from Hebrew goral, meaning ‘small pebble.’

Coralee – A maiden, a young unmarried woman

Coralia – Maiden, a beautiful unmarried young woman

Coralie – Pet form of English Coral, meaning ‘coral’ or ‘small pebble.’

Coraline – A variation of Cora, Coral, and Coralie.

Coralyn – A young, unmarried girl, a maiden

Cordelia

Cordelia – English 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.

Corella – A maiden, a young, beautiful woman

Coretta

Coretta – The name Coretta is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning maiden’.

Corey

Coriander – English name derived from the spice name coriander (also commonly called Cilantro), from Latin coriandrum, from Greek corys (‘bedbug’) with the added element -ander ‘resembling’ (referring to the smell of the spice which is similar to the odor of bedbugs), hence ‘smells like a bedbug.’

Corina – Maiden, a beautiful, young, unmarried, virgin woman

Corissa

Corissa – A young, unmarried virgin, a Maiden

Corlene – A maiden, a young, unmarried woman

Corliss – English 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.’

Corlissa – Good hearted person, who is generous and nonchalant

Cornelia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Cornelius, meaning ‘of a horn.’

Corona – English name derived from the vocabulary word, Latin corona, meaning ‘crown, garland, wreath.’ The outer atmosphere of a star is called a corona.

Corrina – English variant spelling of Latin Corinna, meaning ‘maiden.’

Corrine – Derived from ‘Corinna’, meaning Maiden, a young unmarried woman

Cortney – Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning ‘short nose.’

Cortny – A dweller of court, a courtier, one who lives in court

Cory

Coryn – Triumph of the people, victory of people

Corynn – English variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning ‘maiden.’

Coty – Old house

Countess – Title name, the feminine equivalent of Count

Countess – Feminine equivalent of the word ‘count’

Coure – One who maintains a top position

Courel – One who has a versatile nature

Courtlin – Courtland, Also means ‘From the court’

Courtlyn – Well mannered, Polished, Courtly, Courteous

Courtlynn – Well Behaved and mannered, Polished, Courtly, Courteous

Courtnae – From the court

Courtnay – Lives in the court, Courtdweller

Courtnee – Domain of the Curtius, It is an alternative version of ‘Courtney’, Courteous

Courtney

Courtney – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the French baronial name Courtenay, from the nickname court nez, meaning ‘short nose.’

Courtny – Domain of the Curtius, Courteous, Courtdweller

Coy – Silent, Steady like forest

Coye – Woods, one who is of best quality

Cozette – Little thing, Derived from the word ‘cose’ which means little,small

Creasy – Graceful, Pleasant, Kind

Creda – Faithful, Trustworthy, Honourable

Creeda – A woman of Faith, Feminine of ‘Creed’

Creola – Habitant of the Native land Creole

Cresanna – One who loves solitude and is bold

Cressida – From the English literary name found in various retellings of the Trojan War, based on the Greek name Khryseis, from khrysos, meaning ‘gold.’

Crestian – Derived from the Biblical name ‘Christianity’, Follower of Christ

Creston – Someone who is reputed and honourable

Cricket – Resembling a chirping insect of the night.

Crimson – A shade of red

Crimson – A strong, scintillating, deep red colour, Synonyms in Thesaurus include bloody, blush, rose

Crisiant – Crystal, Clear, Bright

Crispina – Feminine of ‘Crispin’, Frizzyhaired

Cristabel – Beautiful

Cristabell – Beautiful

Cristabella – Beautiful

Cristabelle – Beautiful

Cristal – Cristal means ice as well as follower of Christ. The name can also be spelled Crystal.

Cristen – English variant spelling of Scandinavian Kristin, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Cristina – Variant spelling of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Cristle – Clear and transparent, A variant of the name ‘Crystal’

Cristyn

Cry – Woman of faith

Cryda – Faithful woman

Cryst – Colorless glass

Crystabel – Beautiful

Crystabella – Beautiful

Crystal

Crystal – Derived from the 19th Century term for the clear, colourless glass. It stems from the Greek word krystallos, meaning ‘ice’.

Crystan – Able and naive

Cunoarda – A noble, alluring person

Cunovinda – Creative and attractive people

Cussata – Untiring, a zealous individual

Custa – A serious and aggressive individual

Custance – Mother of Arthur, together

Custancia – A skilled, talented person

Custans – An adept, nice and a strict person

Custe – Clover plant

Cuthfleda – Unselfish, honest and tidy being

Cvenild – A literary person

Cvinda – Love and caring

Cwenburg – Fortress of the Queen

Cwenburh – Queen’s huge fortress

Cwenthryth – A naive, tactful being

Cwentun – Queen’s estate

Cyan – English 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.

Cybelle – Mother of the gods

Cybill – English variant spelling of Greek Sybil, meaning ‘prophetess.’

Cydnee – Derived from St. Denis

Cydney – Woman from a large island

Cydonia – A born leader

Cyhha – Name of an English place

Cyleigh – A beautiful, darling daughter

Cylla – Monster of Sea

Cymani – An inspiring woman

Cymberly – Meadow of the royalty

Cymbre – A famous warrior, war heroine

Cymone – English variant spelling of French Simone, meaning ‘hearkening.’

Cymphonique – A proud, noble person

Cyndee – A bright child

Cyndi – Variant spelling of English Cindy, meaning ‘woman from Kynthos.’

Cyndy – The one from Kynthos

Cynedeall – An optimistic, fun-loving person

Cyneswith – Well-Spoken

Cynethryth – A consistent being

Cynewise – A sensible being

Cyniburg – Rebellious natured

Cynlee – The one who is admired

Cynog – A confident, self assured person

Cynorah – The one who is followed

Cynreow – Noble beautiful being

Cynthia – Latin form of Greek Kynthia, meaning ‘woman from Kynthos.’ In mythology, this was another name for Artemis.

Cynwise – An innocent, well spoken person

Cyrilla – Feminine form of English Cyril, meaning ‘lord.’

Cyssi – A cheerful girl

Cythina – A woman from Kynthos

English girl names starting with D

Daaiyah – The one who follows Christ

Dabney – Judge, one who imparts justice

Dabria – An angel of death

Daca – Dramatic and easy going

Dacey – Irish 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’).

Dael – Lives in the valley

Daelyn – Small valley

Daelyn – A very small valley

Daena – From Denmark, a variant of Daniel

Daenerys – A created name

Daesgesage – Eyes of day

Daffodil – English 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.

Dagian – Beautiful dawn

Dahlia – English name derived from the flower name, from the surname of Swedish botanist Anders Dahl, meaning ‘valley,’ hence ‘dahlia flower’ or ‘valley flower.’

Dail – Lives in the dale

Dailyn – Pretty flower

Daina – Good natured individual

Dairrica – Child of Adam

Daisee – A flower

Daisey – A popular variation of the name Daisy, meaning ‘day’s eye’ and ‘pearl’ (Old Greek). It is used predominately in English and German.

Daisha – The one who is alive

Daisi – Name of a flower

Daisie – A variation of the name Daisy, refering to the small white flower and meaning ‘days eye’.

Daisley – The one who cannot be explained

Daisy – Flower name, a white and yellow flower

Daisy May – The meaning of Daisy is ‘Day’s eye’ in Old English. It is also the name of a flower. It is a variant of Margaret. May is a shorted version of the English name Mary and means ‘bitter’ or ‘rebellion’.

Daisy-Mae – Daisy is derived from the flower Daisy and means ‘day’s eye’, due to the traits of the flowers opening and closing petals. Mae derives from the name of the month.

Daisy – Derived from the name of the flower Daisy, meaning ‘Day’s eye’ because of the unfolding of the petals in the day and the folding of the petals at night.

Dakota – English unisex name derived from the name that the Sioux people call themselves, literally meaning ‘allies.’

Dale – Lives in the dell or valley, originally a surname

Dale – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘dale, valley.’

Dalee – One who lives by the valley

Dalena – Small valley

Dalene – A beautiful valley

Dalenna – Small valley, abbreviation of Madeline

Dalenna – Precious little jewel

Dalia – Variant spelling of English Dahlia, meaning ‘dahlia flower’ or ‘valley flower.’

Dalilah – Variant spelling of English Delilah, meaning ‘delicate, weak.’

Dalinda – Variant spelling of English Delinda, meaning ‘noble serpent.’

Dalissa – Delight

Dallas – English 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.

Dalleen – The educated one

Dallin – Pride’s people

Dally – To delay

Dallys – A resting place

Dalw – Beloning to a valley

Dalya – Variant spelling of English Dahlia, meaning ‘dahlia flower.’

Dalyn – Small valley

Dame – A lady

Dameta – Methodical, process

Damia – Feminine form of English Damian, meaning ‘to tame, to subdue’ and euphemistically ‘to kill.’

Damiana – Feminine form of English Damian, meaning ‘to tame, to subdue’ and euphemistically ‘to kill.’

Damisona – Intelligent and brave

Dana – From Denmark, variant of Daniel or Donna

Dana – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, possibly meaning ‘from Denmark.’ Compare with other forms of Dana.

Danah – The one from Denmark

Danaiah – Peaceful nature

Danara – Determined and confident individual

Danasha – Hope of God, Gift of God

Dandra – A brave woman

Dandrane – English 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.

Dandrenor – Later 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.

Dandret – An ethical person

Dane

Danelle

Danesha – A fictional name

Danet – From Denmark

Danette – From Denmark

Daneysha – One who is at cross

Dani – English pet form of French Danielle, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danielle – French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danise – Lord is a judge

Danita – From Denmark

Danitza – A feminine Lord

Danna

Danna – God is my judge

Dannasha – Hope of God, Gift of God

Dannell – God is my judge, variant of Danielle

Dannelle – God is my judge, variant of Danielle

Danni – God is my judge, a nickname for Danielle

Danni – English pet form of French Danielle, meaning ‘God is my judge.’ Compare with masculine Danni.

Dannon – God is my judge, variant of Daniel and Danielle

Danylynn – God is my judge, modern blend of a diminutive form of Danielle and the suffix ‘lynn’

Danylynn – A lovely person

Daphne – 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.

Dara – Middle English name meaning ‘brave, daring.’ Compare with another form of Dara.

Daralice – Very noble

Daralis – One loved by all

Daralyn – Derived from Airelle

Darbee – A Deer Park

Darbey – Grazing park for Deer

Darbiana – A free man

Darbie – Name of a place where Deer graze

Darby – English 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.’

Darcey – Feminine form of English unisex Darcy, meaning ‘from Arcy.’

Darcie – Variant spelling of English unisex Darcy, meaning ‘from Arcy.’

Darcy – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘from Arcy.’

Dareca – Vindicated one

Daria – Owner of goodness

Darian – English unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius, meaning ‘possesses a lot, wealthy.’

Darien – Variant spelling of English unisex Darian, meaning ‘possesses a lot, wealthy.’

Darina – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dairine, meaning ‘fertile, fruitful.’

Darla – Darling, from the Old English dearling

Darla – The name Darla is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘darling’.

Darleen – Variant spelling of English Darlene, meaning ‘darling.’

Darleena – Darling, variant of Darla

Darleene – Darling

Darlena – Darling, variant of Darla

Darlene – Darling, from the Old English dearling, possibly used on occasion as a variant of the male name Darryl

Darlene – The name Darlene is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘darling’.

Darlina – Darling, variant of Darla

Darline – Darling, variant of Darla

Darline – Darling

Darnell – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements derne ‘hidden, secret’ and halh ‘nook,’ hence ‘hidden/secret nook.’

Darnetta – Hidden, variant of Darnell

Darnetta – Hidden from everyone

Darnisha – Hidden, variant of Darnell

Darnisha – A good worker, hidden

Darolyn – A beloved individual

Darrellyn – One who is dearly loved

Darryl – Unisex form of English Darrell, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Daryl – From a French surname and place name, D”Arel (from Arielle in Calvados)

Daryl – Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Darylene – Meaning dearling

Daryll – A devoted darling

Darylyn – One who is loved by all

Daryon – Good person

Dashaun – Yahweh is great

Dasiy – Derived literally from the Old English word daisy, meaning ‘day’s eye’ , symbolising summer . It is mainly used in English and German.

Datha – One born with special talents, flower

Daughtry – A high bank

Daunaree – An analytical, diligent person

Davalyn – A beautiful and loving person

Davanee – A merciful, gentle and the name of Puritans

Daveen – Beloved

Davia – Feminine of David, One who has strong spiritual powers

Davianna – Beloved and lovely person

Davida – Feminine form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’

Davina – Feminine form of English Davin, meaning ‘little black one.’ Compare with another form of Davina.

Davine – A lovely and brave individual who rules

Davinee – A bright and brilliant Finn

Davinia – Elaborated form of Latin Davina, meaning ‘beloved.’

Dawana – A daybreak, one who needs to be avenged

Dawn – The first appearance of daylight, daybreak

Dawn – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘dawn.’

Dawna – During daybreak

Dawne – A serious-minded, energetic individual

Dawnelle – The sunrise, spiritual

Dawnette – Refreshing daybreak

Dawnielle – Protective by nature, emerging daylight

Dawnika – A romantic individual

Dawnita – An inspiring and leading personality, daybreak

Dawnna – A wholesome and diplomatic person

Dawnya – Daybreak, they seek freedom

Dawnysia – Time when light appears

Day – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘day.’

Dayami – One from the friend

Dayana – God is my judge

Dayla – This name is a variation of ‘Dale,’ which means a verdant valley.

Dayle – Lives in the dale

Daylee – A dale, sensitive and emotional

Daylof – An idealist, a youthful and lonely being

Dayna – Variant spelling of Hebrew Dana, possibly meaning ‘judge.’

Daynan – Kindhearted being, variant of Dana

Daysee – Flower

Dayton – Name of a dairy town

Daytona – Dairy town

Dean

Deana

Deana – Feminine form of English Dean, meaning ‘dean, head, leader.’

Deanda – One who has deep truths hidden inside

Deandra – One who is a perfect blend of divinity and power

Deandrea – One who has a passion for creativity

Deandria – They are the guardians who protect

Deane – Divine, variant of Diana

Deangela – An angel or a messenger of God

Deanna – Valley, feminine form of Dean or possible variant for Diana

Deanna – A variant of the name Diana meaning ‘heavenly’ and refering to the Roman goddes of the moon, also a diminutive of the name Dean, meaning ‘valley’.

Deanndra – A divine being who is beautiful of all

Deanne – Variant spelling of English Dinah, meaning ‘judgment.’

Deb – Short form of English Deborah, meaning ‘bee.’

Debbi – Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning ‘bee.’

Debbie – Pet form of English Deborah, meaning ‘bee.’

Debby – Variant spelling of English Debbie, meaning ‘bee.’

Debecca – A balanced and daring person

Debi – Pet form of English Deborah, meaning ‘bee.’

Deborah – Anglicized 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.

Deboron – One who is in search of something new

Debra – Contracted form of English Deborah, meaning ‘bee.’

Debs – Pet form of English Deborah, meaning ‘bee.’

Debyanne – Fate, One who is certain of the future

December – Tenth month of the calender, pure one

Decima – Latin name meaning ‘tenth.’ In Roman mythology, the Decima are equated with the Greek Moirae.

Dedre – Most powerful woman, a tragic character

Dee – Abbreviation of names beginning with the letter ‘D’

Dee Dee – Woman

Dee – English 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.’

Deeana – One who has fulfilled the desires and is divine

Deeandra – A sacred and most beautiful Goddess

Deeann – Divine, variant of Diana

Deeann – English compound name composed of Dee (having various meanings), and Ann, ‘favor, grace.’

Deeanna – Valley, feminine form of Dean or possible variant for Diana

Deeanna – A divine being who is and master of many arts

Deena

Deena – Variant spelling of English Deana, meaning ‘dean, head, leader.’

Defena – A popular and sweet being

Deirdre – Celtic 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.’

Deire – A religious person

Deiren – A vindicated and nature loving being

Deirlot – A level-headed, kind and honest person

Deisy – One who achieves dreams, passionate

Deja – English name derived from the French phrase deja vu ‘already seen,’ hence ‘already.’

Dejalena – A refined person, sensitive one

Del – Pet form of English Adela, meaning ‘noble.’ Also used as a short form of other longer names beginning with Del-.

Delaire – One who is born out of air

Delaney – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Dubhshlaine ‘descendant of Dubhshlaine,’ hence ‘black challenger.’

Delentha – A friendly, honest and compassionate being

Deletha – A romantic and humble person

Delia – Greek name meaning ‘of Delos.’ In mythology, this is a name borne by Artemis, referring to her place of birth.

Delicah – Form of Lisa, delightful person

Delice – Variant spelling of English Delicia, meaning ‘delight.’

Delicia – English feminine form of Latin Delicius, meaning ‘delight.’

Delight – Variant of Latin Delicia meaning Gives pleasure.

Delight – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin delectare, meaning ‘to allure, delight.’

Delila – Variant spelling of English Delilah, meaning ‘delicate, weak.’

Delilah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Deliylah, meaning ‘delicate, weak.’ In the bible, this is the name of the mistress of Samson.

Delinda – English name derived from German Adelinda, meaning ‘noble serpent.’

Delisa – One who is born to give joy to others

Delisha – One who makes others happy and is delightful

Delissa – They have taken God as their vow

Deliza – Stable and humble, in search of security

Della – Feminine form of English Dell, meaning ‘lives in a dell/hollow.’

Dellma – Variant spelling of English Delma, possibly meaning ‘hospitable.’

Delma – Short form of English Fidelma, possibly meaning ‘hospitable.’

Delora – English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning ‘sorrows.’

Delores – English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning ‘sorrows.’

Deloris – English variant spelling of Spanish Dolores, meaning ‘sorrows.’

Delorus – A satirical, eager and rational person

Delphia – English 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.’

Delphina – Latin name meaning ‘woman from Delphi,’ a city in Greece whose name probably means ‘dolphin.’

Delphine – French form of Latin Delphina, meaning ‘woman from Delphi.’ Because of its association with the ‘delphinium,’ this name is sometimes given as a flower name.

Delsie – One who has taken God as his oath

Delta – English name derived from the ‘fourth’ letter of the Greek alphabet.

Demanda – A lovable and independent person

Demelza – From a fortress

Demetria – Feminine form of Latin Demetrius, meaning ‘loves the earth’ or ‘follower of Demeter.’

Demetrice – Fertility and harvest Goddess

Demi-Leigh – Demi is French for ‘half’ whilst Leigh has an Old English origin meaning ‘meadow’.

Demi – English short form of Latin Demetria, meaning ‘loves the earth’ or ‘follower of Demeter.’

Dena

Dena – The name Dena is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘valley’.

Deneen – Avenged, a divine and godly being

Denegifu – A daredevil and eager individual

Deni – Pet form of French Denise, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Denia

Denia – One who is a combination of flower valley and divinity

Denica – Avenged, a blend of Deana (divine) and Dina (from the valley)

Denica – A stable and broadminded person

Denice – English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Deniece – English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Denine – Variant of Deneen, follower of law

Denisa – English variant spelling of French Denise, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Denise – Feminine form French Denis, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Denisia – Follower of God, a true being

Denna – One who lives in a valley

Denver – Green valley

Deona – Divine, variant of Diana

Deondra – A courageous person, divine being

Deondre – Self expressing person, dedicated one

Deonna – A church leader of a valley, follower of Dionysius

Deonne – Variant of Diana meaning divine.

Deonne – A valley, one who follows church

Deora – Name of a town in Colorado

Derby – Deer town

Derby – Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning ‘deer farm.’

Dericka – Gifted ruler, modern feminine form of Derek

Dericka – Gifted ruler

Derrica – Gifted ruler, modern feminine variant of Derek, derived from Theodoric

Derryl – Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Dervila – Variant spelling of English Dervla, meaning ‘true poet.’

Dervla – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dearbhla, meaning ‘true poet.’

Desdemona – Literary name derived from the Greek word dysdaimon, meaning ‘ill-starred.’

Desirae – English form of French Desiree, meaning ‘desired.’

Desire – Variant of French Desiree.

Despina – English variant spelling of Latin Despoena, meaning ‘mistress.’

Destine – Fate, fortune

Destinee – Fate, fortune

Destinee – Variant spelling of English Destiny, meaning ‘fate, fortune.’

Destiny – Fate, fortune

Destiny – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin destinare, ‘to establish, make firm,’ hence ‘fate, fortune.’

Destry

Desyre – The one desired, variant of French name Desiree

Dev – From Devon

Devan – Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Deven – Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Devin – Poet, poetic, possibly related to the Latin word for divine. The variant Devon is a county in England noted for beautiful farmland.

Devnet – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait, meaning ‘little fawn.’

Devon – Place name, the name of a county in England

Devon – English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Devona

Devora – Bulgarian form of Deborah, meaning bee.

Deziree – English variant spelling of French Desiree, meaning ‘desired.’

Di – English short form of Latin Diana and French Diane, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Diamanda – Of high value, brilliant, a variant of Diamond, refers to the precious diamond stone

Diamanda – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Diamond, meaning ‘diamond.’

Diamante – They have a brilliant and of high value, Diamond

Diamond – English 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.

Diamonique – Of high value, brilliant, a variant of Diamond, refers to the precious diamond stone

Diamonique – They are of great and high value, precious stone

Diamontina – Of high value, brilliant, a variant of Diamond, refers to the precious diamond stone

Diamontina – A precious Diamond stone, brilliant

Diana – Latin name meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’ In Roman mythology, this is the name of a goddess of the moon and hunting.

Dianda – They protect men, Goddess of hunt

Diane – French form of Latin Diana, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Dianell – Virgin Goddess of Moon

Dianie – One who has great sense of humour, steady one

Diann – English variant spelling of French Diane, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Dianna – Variant spelling of Latin Diana, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Dianne – Variant spelling of French Diane, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Diavian – A born princess, they have a unique sense of style

Dib – Eloquent, one who has given a word

Dicy – One who can provide shelter

Didi – English short form of Latin Diana, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’ Compare with masculine Didi.

Dido – 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.

Diem – One who loves to protect

Dileyna – A trusted individual, artistic ability

Dimity – The name Dimity is a girl’s name of English origin.

Dimos – A special type of cotton cloth

Dimple – Dimple

Dina – From the valley

Dina – Variant spelling of English Dinah, meaning ‘judgment.’ Compare with another form of Dina.

Dinadi – Trembling water body, a river

Dinah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Diynah, meaning ‘judgment.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Jacob.

Dinalee – A divine person, advent of a heavenly figure

Dindraine – Variant 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.

Dindrane – Variant 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.

Dineo – One who has a hearty kingdom

Diona – Divine queen, variant of Dione, mythological mother of Aphrodite and mate of Zeus

Diona – One who is a Mother of Aphrodite

Diondra – Water coming out of a sacred spring

Dionna – Pure water coming from a sacred spring

Dionne

Diot – English pet form of Greek Dionysia, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Diota – A long haired young person, God of wine

Disney – One who has a lot of happiness

Ditte – Fighting to be rich

Divina – English name based on the vocabulary word divine, meaning ‘goddess-like’ or ‘from heaven.’

Divine – A modern name meaning literally ‘divine’ or a variant of the name Divina from the Hebrew for ”beloved’ or ‘friend’.

Dix – Short form of English Dixie, possibly meaning ‘tenth.’

Dixee – Variant spelling of English Dixie, meaning ‘tenth.’

Dixie – Refers to the French word for ten, Dixie is also a term for the southern states below the Mason-Dixon line.

Dixie – The 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.

Dixy – Variant spelling of English Dixie, meaning ‘tenth.’

Djuana – They are majestic and precious beings

Dlila – Variant spelling of English Delila, meaning ‘delicate, weak.’

Doanna – American compound of Dorothy and Anna

Doanna – A person who is smart,intelligent and fun to be with

Doanne – Low and rolling hills.

Dodd – It is used to denote a lumpish person

Dodde – A person who is adaptable and creative

Dodi – Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with another form of Dodi.

Dodie – Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with another form of Dodie.

Doe – The name Doe is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘a female deer’.

Dolanna – Variant form of English Donalda, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Dolena – Variant form of English Donalda, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Dolina – Variant form of English Donalda, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Doll – Vision, It means Gift of God

Dollee – Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dolley – Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dollie – Variant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God.

Dollie – Variant spelling of English Dolly, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dolly – The name Dolly is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dolores – Spanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary, Maria de los Dolores (‘Mary of Sorrows’), hence ‘sorrows.’

Doloris – It means ‘Sorrow’ in Spanish

Dolorosa – Way of Suffering,Painful path

Dominica – Feminine form of Latin Dominicus, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’ This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday.

Dominique – French unisex form of Latin Dominicus, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Domneva – Someome who can easily mingle with people

Donalda – Feminine form of English Donald, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donaldina – Elaborated form of English Donalda, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Dondy – An outgoing and youthful person

Donea – They can easily relate and spread happiness

Donella – Variant form of English Donalda, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donelle – Feminine form of Irish Anglicized Donal, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donna – English name derived from the Italian word donna, meaning ‘lady.’

Donnea – They are able, naughty and naive human being

Donnie – Form of Donn, one who is from underworld

Doone – One who is great in expressing themselves

Dooriya – The sea

Dora – Pet form of English Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with another form of Dora.

Dorcas – Derived from Greek (dorkas) meaning ‘gazelle’. This is the Greek translation of the name Tabitha in the New Testament (see Acts 9:36)

Dorcey – Dark, variant of Darcy

Dorcey – One who is dark in color

Dorcia – English name derived from the Italian place name Val d’Orcia (or Valdorcia) of Tuscany, meaning ‘valley or life (or nature),’ hence ‘life, nature.’

Dorean – Variant spelling of English Doreen, meaning ‘gift.’

Doreen – Anglicized form of Gaelic Doireann, meaning ‘sullen.’

Doretta – Diminutive form of English Dora, meaning ‘little gift.’

Doriane – French feminine form of English Dorian, meaning ‘of the Dorian tribe.’

Dorinda – 18th century elaborated form of English Dora, meaning ‘gift.’

Dorine – A determined individual who shows compassion towards all

Doris – 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).

Dorit – Gift of God, variant of the Greek Dorothy

Dorita – A beautiful and lovely creaure who is worth all the praise

Dorithie – They are caring and daring individuals

Dorka – A tactful and daring person, happy at heart

Doro – Gift of God, variant of the Greek Dorothy

Doro – The one who is gift sent from heaven, introverts

Dorothea – Feminine form of Greek Dorotheos, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dorothee – Variant of the Greek Dorothy

Dorothy – The name Dorothy is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dorris – Variant spelling of Greek Doris, meaning ‘bounty’ and ‘unmixed, pure.’

Dorrit – A tactful and daring person, happy at heart, nurturing

Dorset – Tribe near the sea

Dorsey – A dark colored individual, in need of freedom

Dorshein – A discreet and outspoken person, nurturing

Dortha – Variant of the Greek Dorothy

Dortha – A wonderful person who is a gift from God

Dorthy – Variant spelling of English Dorothy, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dory

Dory – Pet form of English Dora, meaning ‘gift.’

Dorythye – A confident and mature individual

Doshia – A present who is sent by the God, prepared

Doshie – Name of a great Saint, compassionate individual

Dot – The name Dot is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning gift of God’.

Dottie – The name Dottie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Dotty – Variant spelling of English Dottie, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Douce – They are virtuous and noble being

Dove – Dove bird

Dovey – They are precious and are a gift from God

Dovie – A beautiful Dove, they are unique

Drametha – One who has a pleasing personality

Draria – An attractive, vigilant and beautiful person

Dreama – Like a dream

Dreda – Short form of Middle English Eldreda, meaning ‘old advisor.’

Dree – A strong and manly person

Drema – They are sleepy and doze off

Drew – Feminine adopted use of masculine English Drew, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Dru – Warrior

Drucilla – Mighty , Strong

Drueta – They are reliable and confident people

Drusilla – Feminine diminutive form of Roman Latin Drusus, possibly meaning ‘oak, strong.’

Duana – Feminine form of English Duane, meaning ‘little black one.’

Dulcibella – English compound name composed of Dulcie ‘sweet’ and the Italian word Bella, ‘beautiful,’ hence ‘sweet beauty.’

Dulcie – English form of Latin Dulcia, meaning ‘sweet.’

Durable – One who maintains a lasting impression

Durilda – A loving, nurturing and happy person

Duska – The name Duska is a girl’s name of English, Czech origin meaning ‘twilight, soul’.

Dustee – Fighter, a pet form of the male name Dustin

Dustee – A nickname for girls

Dusti – One who freely expresses

Dusty – Fighter, a pet form of the male name Dustin

Dutchess – A woman of a high rank

Duze – They are freedom loving beings

Dyan – English variant spelling of French Dianne, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Dymphna – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Damhnait, meaning ‘little fawn.’

Dympna – Variant spelling of English Dymphna, meaning ‘little fawn.’

Dyonicia – The one who is direct, impulsive and natty

Dyonisia – They are impulsive and good natured

Dyonisya – They are wonderful human being

Dyot – A noble and kind hearted person

Dzovig – A wonderful and glorious girl

Dzsesszika – A redional name for the fair lady

English girl names starting with E

Eabae – A versatile and very creative person.

Eada – Wealthy

Eada – It means Wealthy.

Eadburg – Wealthy fortress

Eadburga – Wealthy fortress

Eadburh – A person who loves to help the less-fortunate.

Eadda – It means Wealthy.

Eadgyfu – Ethical and good natured person

Eadida – A reserved nature person.

Eadie – Derived from Old English origin meaning ‘rich in war’, Eadie is a variant spelling of Edith.

Eadild – A fortunate and precious person

Eadita – Amusing and diligent person

Eadith – One who is blessed with riches and prizes

Eadrea – A brave and manly bearer

Eadu – It means Wealth or Richness.

Eadwina – Feminine form of Edwin it means ‘Rich Friend’.

Eadwynn – It means ‘Rich Friend’ .

Eald – Aged

Ealdburga – One who has a heart of gold

Ealdgifu – An encouraging, alert and honest being

Ealhburg – A lonely, bright and wonderful being

Ealhhild – One who has a lot of strength

Ealhswuth – They are a wish come true

Eallison – The son of Alice

Eama – One who comprises of the whole universe

Eana – An expressive and good-natured women.

Eanburg – One who loves to share and care

Eanflaed – A compassionate and passionate being

Eanflead – A happy, straight and positive person

Eanfled – One who is worthy to be proud of

Eanfrid – A frank, lonesome and experienced being

Eanswida – One who is very rigid and determined

Eanswith – Energetic, noble and high spirited person

Eanswitha – An amusing, forward and high honoured individual

Eanswyth – A self maintained and happy individual

Eanwin – An imaginative, warm and neat being

Eardley – A habitational name, clearing

Earla – The name Earla is a girl’s name of English origin.

Earleen – Variant spelling of English Earline, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Earlena – Noble woman

Earlena – The name Earlena means a very noble women.

Earlene – Noble woman, shield, feminine form of Earl

Earlene – Variant spelling of English Earline, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Earley – It means eagle wood.

Earline – Feminine form of English Earl, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Earnestine – Feminine form of English Earnest, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Earnestyna – A serious and loving individual

Earric – One who has a powerful mind

Eartha – The name Eartha is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘earth’.

Earthelinda – Ambitious, thrifty and honest being

Earwyna – Friend of the sea

Earwyna – A friend of sea

Easter – English unisex name derived from the holiday name ‘Easter,’ which is related to Old English Eosturmona?/Eastermona?, meaning ‘April.’

Easton

Eastorhild – A self contented, hard working and daring

Eathelin – It means a noble waterfall

Eathellreda – It means noble maiden.

Eathelyn – Noble waterfall

Eathelyn – It means a magnificient waterfall

Eavan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoibheann, meaning ‘beautiful, fair form.’

Ebany – Derived from English name for the Ebony tree, meaning ‘ebony’ and refering to the dark color of the tree’s bark.

Ebba – The name Ebba is a girl’s name of German, English origin meaning ‘fortress of riches, or strength of a boar’.

Ebbot – A very friendly and poised person .

Ebony – Ebony tree

Ebony – English 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.

Ebota – One who is a dark beauty

Ebotte – A clever,practical and inventive sort of person.

Eccel – One who is exceptionally good, a great individual

Ecgtheow – Peace, quiet, harmony, a heroic name

Echo – Latin 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.

Eda – Wealthy. Spoils of war.

Eda – Medieval pet form of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edain – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Etain, meaning ‘face’ or perhaps ‘against’ or ‘opposite.’

Edalene – Noble king

Edana – Feminine form of English Edan, meaning ‘little fire.’

Edda – Variant spelling of English Eda, meaning ‘rich battle.’ Compare with another form of Edda.

Edden – Delight, joy, One who has great ambition and strength

Eddiva – powerful divine person

Eddusa – One who has strong spirit and is idealistic

Eddye – An independent, protector and saviour, wealthy friend

Eded – One who is full of joy and is a delight

Edee – Spoils of war.

Edee – Strive for wealth, to get good profit after a deal or winning a war

Edeena – An uncertain person,pleasing, divine, like a god

Edelina – God is gracious, one who is rich or blessed

Eden – 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.

Edeua – One who is born to live and prosper

Edeva – An expensive gift

Edhiva – A happy song which is very sweet

Edie – Derived fom Old English language, meaning rich in war. It was a popular medieval two-element name made up of ‘ead,’ which means wealth, and ‘gyth,’ which means battle.

Ediet – One who is known to bring success in every area

Edild – One who can bring success

Edilda – One who has fought the war, found victory

Edina – Wealthy, possibly a variant of Edwina

Edina – The name Edina is a girl’s name of English, Hungarian origin meaning ‘wealthy’.

Edit – Hungarian form of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edita – Fighting to be rich

Edite – Fighting to be rich

Edith – Old English meaning rich in war and derived from ead + gth meaning ‘wealth, blessed’ + ‘fight, battle’

Editha – Fighter for the ancestral possession

Edithe – Variant spelling of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Ediua – Aggressive and encouraging human being

Ediva – Work hard for wealth and health

Edlen – One who is like a high waterfall

Edlyn – The name Edlyn is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘small, noble one’.

Edmanda – Rich helper, one who helps the needy

Edmonda – Rich guardian

Edmonia – A wealthy person who is like a queen

Edna – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning ‘kernel.’

Ednah – Variant spelling of Hebrew Edna, meaning ‘delight, pleasure, rejuvenation.’

Edolie – Noble

Edoma – Belongng to God, they are the one who are faithful

Edonea – A kind hearted person, generous

Edrea – Wealthy defender

Edrie – A blessed guardian

Edwardeen – Wealthy protector and filled with conciousness

Edwardene – Rich defender, one who is like a wealthy guard

Edwardina – Guardian of riches, one who has great desire

Edwardine – Wealthy defender, they are guarding the property

Edwardyne – One who is wealthy defender

Edweena – Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning ‘rich friend.’

Edwena – Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning ‘rich friend.’

Edwiena – Rich in friendship, onw who cares a lot

Edwina – Feminine form of English Edwin, meaning ‘rich friend.’

Edwinna – Rich in friendship, feminine form of Edwin.

Edwinna – Good friend, one who is rich in friendship

Edwyna – Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning ‘rich friend.’

Edy – Who can strife for wealth

Edye – One who is attractive and well mannered

Edyta – Polish form of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edyth – Happy warfare

Edyth – Variant spelling of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edytha – Elaborated form of English Edyth, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edythe – Spoils of war.

Edythe – Elaborated form of English Edyth, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edyva – Luxirious and costly presents

Eferhild – A strong warrior

Eferhilda – Warrior who is strong as Bear

Effi – Variant spelling of English Effie, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Effie – Fair flame, Abbreviation of Greek name Euphemia

Effie – English pet form of Latin Euphemia, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Eflead – A good and majestic great leader

Egberta – Shining sword

Egbertha – Bright sword, onw which is shining and lavish

Egbertina – Shining sword

Egbertine – Shining sword

Egbertyna – Bright sword, which is very powerful

Egbertyne – Shining sword

Egbertyne – A bright and shinning sword

Eglantine – English name derived from the Latin name for the ‘sweetbrier rose,’ from aculeus, meaning ‘spine, prickle.’

Eileen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eilin, meaning ‘beauty, radiance.’

Eileua – One who is talented and understanding

Eileue – A likable person who loves to travel

Eileve – One who believes in God

Eiling – Bird, a versatile and creative being

Eilvila – Good elf, reticent and serious one

Eilyssi – A hardworking individual

Eimear – One who is blessed with six gifts of womanhood

Eireen – English variant spelling of Greek Eirene, meaning ‘peace.’

Eirene – Anglicized form of Greek Eirene, meaning ‘peace.’

Eisley – A cheerful and magical person, who is majestic

Ekaterini – Each one of the two, famous rulers

El – Derived from Eleanor

Elaha – An enchanting human being

Elaine – Old 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.

Elanor – From the name of a Tolkien character, meaning ‘star sun.’

Elata – The light coming fron the heart

Elayne – English variant spelling of French Elaine, possibly meaning ‘torch.’

Elba – English name borrowed from the name of an Italian island where Napoleon was exiled, derived from Latin Ilva, from Greek Aethale, meaning ‘soot, grime.’

Elberta – Bright, noble, variant of Alberta

Elberta – The name Elberta is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘highborn, shining’.

Elberte – Noble or glorious, variant of Alberta

Elbertha – A high born and shining person

Elbertine – A noble and glorious person

Elbertyna – Noble or glorious

Elbertyna – A noble and glorious baby

Eldreda – Sage

Eldreda – Feminine form of Middle English Eldred, meaning ‘old advisor.’

Elea – Short form of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Eleanor

Eleanor – English form of French Eleonore, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Eleanore – The bright and shining light

Elease – Noble being who takes God as oath

Eleena – The one who shines even during darkness

Elenor – A bright individual, they are special

Elenora – Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Eleonor – Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Elesa – The one who is elegant and traditional

Elesea – An independent person who takes God as his oath

Elestren – A trusted person, they are unique

Eletha – A gracious person who is very much lovable

Elethea – One who is joyous and happy person

Elethia – They are healer who cures people

Elettra – A healer who really likes to cure people

Eleutherius – The shining Sun, they are the ones who share light

Elewys – The one who is the most beautiful of all

Eleyn – A hazelnut, they are passionate

Elfa – Variant spelling of Middle English Elva, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Elfeda – They are very powerful and have strength

Elfie – A good Elf, they are compassionate

Elfilda – A rigid, stable and hard working person

Elfled – They are beautiful people

Elfleda – Medieval English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelfl?d, meaning ‘noble beauty.’

Elflet – A lovable person, beautiful and full of passion

Elfleta – A tender and logical person, amusing

Elfre – They are peaceful and loves peace

Elfreda – Of or related to elves

Elfreda – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?lf?ry?, meaning ‘elfin strength.’

Elfrida – Good counselor

Elfrida – The name Elfrida is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘elf power’.

Elfrieda – Good counselor

Elfrieda – Variant spelling of Middle English Elfreda, meaning ‘elfin strength.’

Elfrydah – One who knows magic like an Elf

Elfswitha – A loyal and friendly person

Elga – Elfin Spear, Holy

Eliamar – One who has deep faith in destiny

Eliane – English form of French Eliane, meaning ‘sun.’ Compare with another form of Eliane.

Eliarys – They have got the amazing imaginative powers

Elida – A beautiful winged creature

Eliisabet – One who takes God as Oath, helpful person

Elilen – A hazelnut, they are compassionate

Elinor – Shining light. Variant of Helen.

Elinor – Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Elisabeth – Anglicized form 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.

Elison – God is a promise and an oath

Elisse – A tender and adorable person

Elissia – God of Oath who provides satisfaction

Elita – Winged

Elitia – One who is chosen by the God

Elivia – A fertile Olive tree

Eliza

Eliza – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Elizabelle – One who takes God as an Oath

Elizabeth

Elizabeth – Anglicized form of Greek Elisabet, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Elizabethe – They are born mediators and active

Elizandra – One who has all the beauty of the world

Elizota – A unique name, an expert of music and art

Ella – A beautiful fairy woman

Ella-Louise – A combined name meaning a ‘bright warrior’ .

Ella – A short form of Eleanor and Ellen, meaning ‘light.’ It can also mean ‘beautiful fairy woman’ in English, and ‘all’ or ‘other’ in German. Well-known Ellas: singer Ella Fitzgerald, title character in the book Ella Enchanted, Cinderella.

Ellamae – A combination name, one who is true to all

Elle

Ellee – One who works with everyone, creative and excellent person

Ellen – Light, a variant of Helen

Ellen – Originally a variant spelling of English Helen, possibly meaning ‘torch.’ Now considered an independent name.

Ellena – One who is the most beautiful women, full of light

Ellene – Variant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman

Ellenmae – A foreign element who are variant of Ellen meaning light

Ellenor – Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Elleny – They are happy people, form of Helen which means bright

Ellery – Joyful, happy, surname

Ellery – Variant spelling of English unisex Hillary, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’

Ellesa – One who came from Alyssum flower

Ellessa – One with a noble, charming and friendly nature

Ellesse – Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen.

Ellesse – One who is stable and loves family

Elletta – A magical Elf with powers

Ellexis – One who is born to create harmony

Ellfredda – One who has the power of a powerful Elf

Ellfryda – The one who has magical strength

Ellia – Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen.

Ellia – Ellia has developed both as an independent name and as a short form of the names Eleanor and Ellen.

Ellice

Ellie – Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen.

Ellie Louise – Ellie is from the Old English aelf, meaning ‘fairy maiden’ and Louise is of Germanic origin meaning fighter, warrior

Ellie-Mae – Variant in spelling of May. It is also a Hebrew name meaning ‘bitter’.

Ellie-Rose – Ellie is of Old English origins aelf, meaning ‘fairy maiden’ and Rose originates from Germanic language meaning ‘horse’.

Ellie – The name Ellie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright shining one’.

Ellington

Elliot – Jehovah is God

Ellis – The Lord is my God, variant of the masculine Elijah

Ellisha – Another Greek form of Elijah

Ellison

Ellorie – Salvation provider

Ellory – One who is filled with joy and hapiness

Ellot – One who is blessed with charming nature

Ellota – An easy going and social person

Ellowyn – One who is the source of creation

Elly – An abbreviated form of Eleanor and Ellen

Elly – Variant spelling of English Ellie, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Ellyana – This name combines ‘Elly,’ which means candid, with ‘Ana,’ which means gracious.

Ellyce – Elijah’s Greek form, compassionate

Ellyda – The one with creative and restless nature

Ellyn – Variant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman

Ellyn – Like Helen, a beautiful woman

Ellyse – The individual who likes harmony

Ellysia – A reason, one who is from heaven

Ellyson – The one who is Ellis’s son

Elmera – One who excels, likable person

Elmeria – One who is social, likable and friendly

Elmira – Contracted form of Spanish Edelmira, meaning ‘nobly famous.’ In use by the English, as is its variant Almira.

Elmyra – An imaginative and idealistic person, noble

Elnora – Variant of Eleanor.

Elnora – One who is born to spread light

Eloise – The name Eloise is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘healthy, wide’.

Elora – Modern blend of El- and Lora meaning God gives the Laurel, the crown of victory.

Elorah – God has given the Laurel, god helps

Eloriah – One who is truthful and faithdul

Elota – One who wears the crown of victory

Elouise – Variant spelling of English Eloise, meaning ‘hale-wide, very healthy and sound.’

Elspet – this means someone who has been chosen by god or someone who is devoted to god.

Elspeth – Variation of Elizabeth. My God is bountiful,God of plenty.

Elspeth – this is the Scottish form of the name Elizabeth which means god is my oath or chosen by god.

Elthia – this means a healer.

Elton – this name means someone who is god’s fighter.

Elueua – this means someone who is mentioned in the old biblical testament with a lot of grace.

Eluiua – this means god is my helper.

Eluiue – this means a graceful person.

Eluyua – this means a bright light or a ruler who is wise and very bright

Elva – Elfin. Good counselor or elf

Elva – Pet form of Middle English Elvina, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Elvena – Good elf

Elvia – this name means noble and faithful or elf.

Elvie – this name means good noble friend or elfin or good elf.

Elvina – The name Elvina is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘elf friend’.

Elvinia – Elfin.

Elvinia – this name means elfin.

Elvisa – this name means healthy and safe.

Elvyne – Good elf

Elvyne – this name means good elf.

Elyce

Elyce – this name means Elijah or god is my oath or Jehovah is god.

Elynn – Variant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman

Elynn – this means light or most beautiful woman.

Elynor – this means bright or shining over all or god is my light.

Elyscia – this name means salvation is god or noble and honourable.

Elyse – English variant spelling of German Elise, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Elysia – 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.’

Elyssa – this name means my god is my oath.

Elyta – Winged

Elyta – this name means winged.

Elyvia – this name means olive tree.

Elyzabeth – Variant spelling of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Elzie – this name means that my god is my vow.

Em – English short form of longer names beginning with the element Em-.

Emanita – this name is a combination of two names emily and anita.

Emanuelle – this name depicts the feminine form of the Messiah or faith.

Emarie – Emarie means strong and powerful. Spelled Emery, the name can be used for boys.

Ember – Anniversary, Ember day is a day in Lent devoted to fasting and prayer. Ember can also be used as a rhyming variant of Amber.

Ember – smoldering remains of a fire

Emberlee – this name means smouldering or fiery meadow.

Emberley – this name means spark or low flame or burning coal.

Emberly – Variation of Ember

Emberly – the meaning of this name is low flame or spark or burning coal.

Emberlyn – Variation of Ember

Emberlyn – this name means as precious as a beautiful jewel.

Emberlynn – the name signifies a precious pretty jewel.

Emblem – it means labour or someone who is hardworking.

Emblyn – originally derived from old German word amal which means hard work or labour.

Embrace – it means to hug someone or show affection.

Embre – someone who rules the hearts and homes of people.

Embry – this name means someone who is good at winning people’s hearts and as a result enters their hearts and homes.

Emeli – this name means someone who is laborious or eager or a rival in battle.

Emelia – a striving or industrious person is described using this name.

Emelie – Swedish form of English Emily, meaning ‘rival.’

Emeline – Feminine form of French Emile, meaning ‘rival.’

Emely – Variant spelling of English Emily, meaning ‘rival.’

Emelyn – this name means hard labour.

Emelyne – the name is derived from old German word amal meaning labour.

Emeny – The name Emeny is a girl’s name of English origin.

Emerald – Green gemstone, the birthstone for May

Emerald – English 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.

Emeri – Variant of Emery meaning strong and powerful. It is more commonly seen as a boy’s name.

Emeria – it means someone who is from the north with great beauty and honour.

Emerie – Variant of Emery meaning strong and powerful. It is more commonly used as a boy’s name.

Emersyn – this means brave and powerful, someone who is a leader.

Emeryth – it means an industrious leader with work power.

Emilee – Variant spelling of English Emily, meaning ‘rival.’

Emilia – this name means to rival or emulate or excel.

Emiline – English variant spelling of German Emeline, meaning ‘work.’

Emilly – dilligent and hard working.

Emily – English name derived from Latin Emilia, meaning ‘rival.’

Emilynne – a person who is industrious and strives extremely hard to excel.

Emma

Emma – Old Norman French name of Germanic origin, derived from the element ermen/irmen, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Emmalie – eager to do hard work.

Emmalina – something that is all contaning or universal.

Emmalyn – great strength and hard work.

Emmalynn – Variant of Emma, Emmalynn means eager, whole, and tough.

Emmanuela – this is the feminine form of the Biblical name for the Messiah and also has the meaning that god should be with us.

Emmarie – Emmarie means strong and powerful. Spelled Emery, the name can be used for boys.

Emme – Jewel, Gem, A variant spelling of name Emma

Emmelia – it means harmonious or trying to excel.

Emmelina – a desire to emulate success and excel in life.

Emmeline – The name Emmeline is a girl’s name of German, French, English origin meaning ‘work’.

Emmie – Pet form of Norman French Emma, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Emmote – a feminine form of power and strong will.

Emmott – tough, extremely powerful and strong built.

Emmy – Variant spelling of Norman French Emmie, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Emogene – a maiden is signified by this name.

Emoni – Variant of Imani, the name means faith and believe.

Emony – faith or believe or reliance.

Emory – Warrior, eager to particpate in battle and prove himself.

Emota – born at easter.

Empress – The name Empress is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘Female ruler of an empire, consort of an Emperor’.

Ems – the whole universe.

Emsley – a gift from god.

Emy – universal whole.

Emylyna – combination of two names emmy and lynn.

Emylynn – English variant spelling of German Emmeline, meaning ‘work.’

Ena – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning ‘kernel.’

Endria – a bright luminating object.

Eneida – this name means a life or a soul of a person.

Enerstina – serious or sincere.

Enerstyne – significant, consequential or serious.

Enfleda – the mother of a great saint.

Engeled – a description of the word angelic or a possible old English refrence to England.

Engis – an enigma.

Enid – it means spirit.

Enide – fair or spirit.

Enim – a word relating to deer.

Enola – English 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.’

Enrica – a ruler of her house.

Ensley – derived from a British palace in Nottinghamshire by the name of Annesley or Ann’s meadow.

Enya – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning ‘kernel.’

Eoduin – a famous character from a novel, the darkangel trilogy.

Eorma – a nobleman’s daughter.

Eormenhilde – a German word meaning a person who is under a public oath.

Eowyn – Old English Tolkien invented name, meaning ‘horse-friend.’

Ephah – Anglicized 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.

Epic – a long story or novel.

Epicelena – a very long narrative or story or novel.

Epiphany – English religious name, meaning simply ‘epiphany.’

Epona – Celtic 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.

Eppie – English pet form of Latin Euphemia, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Era – Breeze

Ercongota – a famous nun from ancient times.

Erdudfyl – an Arthurian word meaning earth.

Erembour – a character from mythology who rides shadows.

Erica – Feminine form of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Ericka – Variant spelling of English Erica, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Erilyn – a combination of two words Eric and Lynn.

Erin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eirinn, meaning ‘Ireland.’

Erkengota – an ancient character of mythology.

Erla – feminized form of Erl meaning a warrior or noble lady.

Erleen – noble woman.

Erlene – an elfin or a noble woman.

Erma – Variant spelling of German Irma, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Ermenburg – a mother in an Northumbrian epic saga who trains her son for studying and fighting.

Ermenburga – a mother figure in ancient epic who trains her son.

Erna – a feminized word meaning eagle.

Erneburga – a historical figure in Yorkshire.

Ernestine – a German feminized word which describes someone who is vigorous, eager, serious and determined.

Errolyn – a feminized word meaning someone who commands an army.

Erryl – a feminized word which has the meaning of an army commander.

Erwina – Friend of the sea

Erwina – a feminized word meaning someone who is a beautiful friend.

Erwyna – Friend of the sea

Erykah – Modern variant spelling of English Erica, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Eryn – Variant spelling of English Erin, meaning ‘Ireland.’

Erynn – Variant spelling of English Erin, meaning ‘Ireland.’

Esclamor – an Arthurian word used in literature for someone who is attracted towards nature.

Esence – Essence

Eshva – somebody who is born at easter.

Essa – English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning ‘star.’ Compare with masculine Essa.

Essence – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin essentia, meaning ‘essence, being.’

Essie – English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning ‘star.’

Esta – English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning ‘star.’

Estelle – French form of Latin Estella, meaning ‘star.’

Esther – Persian 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.

Estrangia – mother of a famous bishop.

Estrildis – a star battle or a beloved mistress of King Locrinus.

Et – Noble

Eternity – infinity or forever.

Ethel – Noble

Ethel – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thel, a short form of longer names containing the element ??el, meaning ‘noble.’

Ethelda – a teutonic word meaning wise advisor.

Etheldreda – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘noble strength.’

Ethelene – somebody honourable and noble.

Ethelfleda – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelfl?d, meaning ‘noble beauty.’

Ethelinda – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelinda, meaning ‘noble serpent.’

Ethelreda – Noble maiden

Ethelyn – Graceful and noble woman

Ethill – a German word meaning noble.

Ethiopia – a name of a country.

Ethna – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning ‘kernel.’

Etna – Variant spelling of English Ethna, meaning ‘kernel.’ Compare with another form of Etna.

Eton – an old river town.

Etta – Keeper of the hearth, ruler of the home, abbreviation of Henrietta

Etta – Short form of longer Latin names that end with the diminutive suffix -etta, meaning ‘little.’

Ettie – English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning ‘star.’ Also used as a pet form of longer names ending with the diminutive suffixes -etta and -ette, meaning ‘little.’

Etty – Noble

Eugenia – English form of Greek Eugeneia, meaning ‘well born.’

Eulalia – Good talker

Euna – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Una, possibly meaning ‘famine, hunger.’

Eunice – Latin form of Greek Eunike, meaning ‘good victory.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of Timothy’s mother.

Euodia – sweet fragnance.

Eustacia – Feminine form of English Eustace, meaning ‘fruitful.’ Compare with another form of Eustacia.

Eva – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoife, probably meaning ‘beauty.’

Evaleen – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evaleen – a form of life.

Evaleigh – the juniper tree.

Evalina – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evalina – it means to live.

Evaline – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evaline – it is a name which denotes life.

Evalyn – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evalyn – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Evelyn, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Evalyse – a combination of two names eva and elyse.

Evanee – young fighter.

Evanesca – an event that fades away.

Evangalista – good messenger.

Evangeline – English literary name composed of the Greek elements eu ‘good, well’ and angeles ‘angel, messenger,’ and the French diminutive suffix -ine, hence ‘good little angel.’ It is a feminine form of Latin Evangelus.

Evanna

Eve – Anglicized form of Greek Eva (Latin Heva, Hebrew Chavvah), meaning ‘life.’ In the bible, this is the name of the first woman, Adam’s wife.

Evelia – Elaborated form of English Eve, meaning ‘life.’

Evelin – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evelina – Form of Evelyn. Life.

Evelina – Form of Evelyn meaning life. It is also known to mean light.

Eveline

Evelyn – Wished for

Evelyn – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eibhleann, meaning ‘beauty, radiance.’

Evelyne

Evelyne – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Evelyn, meaning ‘little Eve.’

Evelynn – English variant of the French name Aveline, which itself means ‘wished for child’.

Evening – the dusk or time of the day when the sun sets.

Ever

Everallin – a 3rd century historic figure.

Everette – Feminine form of English Everett, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Everild – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eoforhild, meaning ‘boar-battle.’

Everine – an English surname but sometimes also used as a name.

Everita – a feminized word meaning strong and sturdy.

Everle – from the boar’s meadow.

Everlee – Variation of Everley, open field, pasture.

Everleigh – Variation of Everley, meaning a meadow for boars. It is more commonly used as a boy’s name.

Everley – More commonly spelled ‘Everly,’ this name means a wild boar, or an animal in a woodland clearing.

Everly – While Everly means wild boar in a clearing, the Everly Brothers were a popular early rock band.

Everlyn – Modern blend of a word name with the feminine suffix -lyn

Everlynn – strong or sturdy like a wild boar.

Everlyse – always devoted or consecrated to god.

Evermoore – always or eternal or everlasting.

Evermore – something which is everlasting or eternal.

Evernie – beyond the other side.

Evette – Variant spelling of French Yvette, meaning ‘yew tree.’

Eviana – A woman who lives and breathes

Evianna – A breathing and living girl

Evie – Pet form of English Eve, meaning ‘life.’

Evienne – The mother of everything that lives

Evika – A little one who gave life to everything

Evike – She gave life to everything

Evil – One who is not a good person, an evil one

Evis – A living woman

Evlin – A youthful woman

Evlyn – A woman who is youthful in looks and spirits

Evonne – Variant spelling of French Yvonne, meaning ‘yew tree.’

Evony – One who lives near the yew trees

Evvie – She who gave life to everything

Evy – A woman who gave life to everything

Evyenia – One who is born in a good family

Eydie – To strife for wealth

Eydra – A woman of greath wealth and power

Eymi – A woman who is loved

Eyre – The name Eyre is a girl’s name of English, Norse origin meaning ‘gravel bank river’.

English girl names starting with F

Fable – Name means a story.

Fae – Fairy, confident, loyal

Fae – Variant spelling of English Fay, meaning ‘fairy.’

Faela – One who is beautiful like a daybreak

Faele – One who is like dawn

Faelyn – Beautiful fairy

Faelynn – W woman who is like a beutiful fairy

Faerie – She who is like a little fairy

Faerrleah – She looks likea a fairy

Faine

Fairamay – A fair maiden

Fairfax

Fairley – One who is from the yellow meadow

Fairly – From the bull”s or sheep”s meadow, a surname and variant of Farley, with a more feminine spelling for girls

Fairly – One from the clearing where the ferns grow

Fairuza – English name derived from the Persian word firouzeh, meaning ‘turquoise.’

Fairy – A magical creature

Fairyn

Faith – Enduring belief that does not require proof

Faith – English name derived from the vocabulary word ‘faith.’ It is one of the Puritan virtue names, some others are Charity, Chastity, Honor, Hope, and Prudence.

Faithe – Faithful

Faithe – Variant spelling of English Faith, meaning ‘faith.’

Falcon

Fallyn – She who is in charge

Fanceen – One who is free

Fancy – English name derived from the vocabulary word fancy, which is a contracted form of fantasy, meaning ‘desire, inclination, whim.’

Fanni – Pet name meaning free, variant of Frances

Fanni – Variant spelling of English Fanny, meaning ‘French.’

Fannia – Pet name meaning free, variant of Frances

Fannie – Pet name meaning free, variant of Frances

Fannie – She who is free

Fanny – Pet name meaning free, variant of Frances

Fanny – Pet form of English Frances, meaning ‘French.’

Farah – Derived from the Middle English meaning ‘pleasant, lovely one’.

Fare – Light-haired

Faren – A person who loves adventure

Fari – A light haired woman

Farin – Adventurous

Farin – An adventurous person

Farley – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements fearn ‘fern’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘fern meadow.’

Farra – A pleasant and lovely girl

Farrah – Pleasant, fair

Farrah – Originated in Middle English, the name means ‘pleasant’ and ‘lovely one’, and is still fairly unusual.

Farren – Adventurous

Farron – One who is a servant and handsome

Farryn – Adventurous

Faru – A woman with light hair

Fate – One of great destiny

Faun – She who is like a young deer

Fauna – All of the animals in a particular region or time period, young deer

Fauna – Feminine form of Roman Latin Faunus, meaning ‘to favor.’ This is an alternate name for several mythological characters including Marica, Ops, and Terra.

Favour – Faye, a pet form of Favour is of Old English origin meaning ‘fay, fairy’.

Fawn – English name derived from the vocabulary word fawn, meaning ‘baby deer.’

Fawna – Variant spelling of English Fawn, meaning ‘baby deer.’

Fawne – Like a young deer

Fay – Little fairy

Fay – English 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.

Faya – A woman who is like a fairy

Fayanna – A woman of confidence and trust and belief

Faydell – Valley fairy

Faye

Faye – Means ‘Fairy’. Originated from King Arthur’s sister Morgan Le Fay (Sorceress).

Faylee – She who is like a fairy

Faylinn – Fairy kingdom

Faylinn – To live in the Fairy Kingdom

Fayre – A gorgeous woman, a beauty

Fayt – One with good faith

Fayth

Fayth – A variant spelling of the name Faith derived from the vocabulary meaning ‘faith’.

Fear – The name Fear is a girl’s name of English origin.

Fearne – Derived from the English plant ‘fearn,’ it became popular in 19th century literature.

Feather – One soft as a feather

February – The name February is a girl’s name of English, Latin origin meaning ‘purification feast’.

Fedelma – Variant spelling of English Fidelma, meaning ‘hospitable.’

Fei – One who is like a fairy

Felberta – A brilliannt young woman

Felecia – A woman with happy nature

Felelolie – An old English name for girls

Felice – French form of Latin Felicia, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’ Compare with masculine Felice.

Felicia – Feminine form of Latin Felix, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felicity

Felicity – English form of French Felicie, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felienne – A gracious woman of good luck

Felina – English name derived from the Latin word felinus, meaning ‘cat-like.’

Felise – English variant spelling of French Felice, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felisha – English form of Latin Felicia, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felistas – Happiness

Femmota – One who speaks and talks well

Fenella – Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning ‘white shoulder.’

Fenmore – A very dear love

Fennell – One who lives near the ferns

Ferdinanda – A woman on a brave journey

Ferebee – The name Ferebee is a girl’s name of English origin.

Fern – Botanical name for a green plant that loves shade, also a short form of Fernanda

Fern – English 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.

Ferna – A woman who likes shade like a fern

Fernah – Fern

Ferne – Variant spelling of English Fern, meaning ‘fern.’

Ferryn – One who enjoys adventure

Fidelity – To stay true and faithful

Fidelma – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhelm, possibly meaning ‘hospitable.’

Finch

Finella – Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning ‘white shoulder.’

Finepopla – A self expressive individual

Finola – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning ‘white shoulder.’

Finuala – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning ‘white shoulder.’

Fiona – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiona, meaning ‘vine.’

Fionola – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Fionnghuala, meaning ‘white shoulder.’

Firaas – Percipience, Highly insightful

Firenze – A blossoming flower, Italian name for the city Florence

Firman – Fair,White (in English), A mandate or edict (in Arabic), Firm (in Latin)

Firmin – An unyielding and firm person (derived from Latin Firmus meaning firm)

Firn – Fern

Firne – Fern

Firouz – A triumphant and lucky person, Also refers to turquoise

Fitche – An old English reference to Ermine, a dark-furred weasel-like animal

Fleet – Habitational name for residents of Fleet, Hampshire, Swift, rapid

Fleta – Swift

Fleta – swift, fleet

Flick – Pet form of English Felicity, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Flicka – Pet form of English Felicity, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Flo – Short form of English/French Florence ‘blossoming’ and Latin Flora ‘flower.’

Floella – Modern English compound name composed of Flo ‘blossoming/flower’ and Ella ‘foreign, the other.’

Flor – English variant spelling of French Fleur, or perhaps just a short form of Latin Flora, both meaning ‘flower.’

Flora – Roman Latin name meaning ‘flower.’ In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of flowers and spring. Compare with another form of Flora.

Flore – English variant spelling of Roman Latin Flora, meaning ‘flower.’

Florena – A variation of the word ‘florence’ which means to flower

Florence

Florence – English and French feminine form of Latin Florentius, meaning ‘blossoming.’ Compare with masculine Florence.

Florenz – The word is French for ‘a flower or blossom’

Florette – English variant spelling of French Fleurette, meaning ‘little flower.’

Flori – Variant spelling of English Florrie, meaning ‘flower.’

Florice – The name represents a blossom or flower

Floride – Something flowery and ornate, blossoming

Florimel – Literally translates to a ‘honey flower’

Florinda – English elaborated form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning ‘flower.’

Florrie – A diminutive of Florence or Flora the name comes from the Latin Florentius , the feminine form of the Latin for ‘prosperous’ or ‘florishing’.

Florry – Variant spelling of English Florrie, meaning ‘blossoming.’ Compare with masculine Florry.

Floryfel – The name means a flower or a bloom

Flossie – English pet form of English/French Florence, meaning ‘blossoming.’

Flower – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘flower,’ from Proto-Indo-European *bhlo-, meaning ‘to blossom, flourish.’

Flurekin – Diminutive of Latin name ‘Florence’, it means ‘blossoming or flowering’

Fluri – Alteration of the name ‘Florence’ which represents the act of blooming

Flurry – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning ‘snow squall.’

Flyta – Something which is fast and rapid, a variant of Fleta, swift

Fon – A noble and ready individual, patient

Fonda – From a fountain

Ford – Road

Fortune – Taking it’s meaning literally from the name, Fortune means ‘fortune’, ‘wealth’ and ‘luck’. It is a name that is rarely given.

Fousafia – A forgiving and sharp minded person

Fox – Animal name

Fran – Short form of English Frances, meaning ‘French.’

France – French

Francene – English variant spelling of French Francine, meaning ‘French.’

Frances – Feminine form of English Francis, meaning ‘French.’

Francine – Diminutive form of French Francoise, meaning ‘French.’

Francisca – Feminine form of Latin Franciscus, meaning ‘French.’

Francise – Francise is a derivative of the English Frances and means free man.

Franki – From France, free one, modern variant of Frances

Frankie – From France, free one, modern variant of Frances

Frankie – Unisex pet form of English Frances and Francis, both meaning ‘French.’

Frannie – Pet form of English Frances, meaning ‘French.’

Franse – French

Frea – Anglicized form of Danish Freya, meaning ‘lady, mistress.’

Frecesant – A sociable, friendly and innovative person

Frecla – Possibly derived from ‘Farecla’ which is combined from French words meaning ‘Shining and Bright’

Freda – English short form of names ending with -freda.

Fredda – Pet form of English Winifred, meaning ‘holy reconciliation.’

Freddie – Unisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica, both meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Frederica – Feminine form of Latin Fredericus, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’ In use by the English and Portuguese.

Frediswitha – A peace loving person who has great nature

Free – As the name suggests, it refers to a free and unbound individual

Freeman – Free man

Freida – Variant spelling of German Frieda, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’ Compare with another form of Freida.

Frenchie – A free woman of French origin, kind and home-loving

Freola – It means free, brisk and fair individual

Fresa – Spanish term for strawberries, one who is from high class

Frethesant – A poised and affectionate person

Freware – A simple and poised individual

Friedah – An intelligent adviser.

Frigyth – A spontaneous, happy go lucky person

Frithuswith – A trustworthy and witty individual

Fronie – Intelligent and workable girl.

Frost

Frusannah – A quick, humble and untiring person

Fryda – An intelligent social worker of fairies.

Frydah – A clever therapist of sprites.

Fryswyde – A successful, quick and witty person

Furn – Fern

Furne – Fern

Fynch – Refers to a fowl or birdie.

Fyrne – Fern

Fyrnm – Fern

English girl names starting with G

Gabbie – Pet form of English Gabriela, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabbs – A detail loving person who is conservative

Gabi

Gabi – Pet form of English Gabriela, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabrianna – Modern blend of Gabrielle and Anna

Gabriel – God is my strength

Gabriela – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gavriela, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’ Compare with another form of Gabriela.

Gabriella – Feminine form of Italian Gabriele, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabrielle – French feminine form of Latin Gabrielus, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gaby – Pet form of English Gabriela, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gae – Variant spelling of English Gay, meaning ‘happy.’

Gael – Joyful, Gael is an abbreviation of Abigail and a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland, Ireland, and the Isle of Man.

Gaela – The girls who made her father happy by her birth.

Gaelan – A person who has firm mind

Gaelyn – A Girl with a peaceful mind

Gaena – One who loves nature and out door

Gage – Of the pledge

Gaige – Of the pledge

Gail – Joyful, abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Man.

Gail – Short form of English Abigail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Gaila – Elaborated form of English Gail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Gailyn – Refers to a visitor or guest.

Gale – Joyful, abbreviation of Abigail

Gale – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word gale, meaning ‘sea storm.’

Galea – Refers to a fountain or a rock.

Gallifrey – Refers to fantastic or unreal.

Ganieda – Sister or female sibling of Merlin.

Garden – refers to a place where plants and flowers are growing.

Gardenia – English name derived from the flower name, meaning simply ‘gardenia flower.’

Gardner

Gargeolais – A good natured and generous individual

Garnet – English 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.

Garnette – Feminine form of English unisex Garnet, meaning ‘garnet (the gem).’

Gartrite – A responsible and self sufficient human being

Gary

Gathika – Song

Gatsby – A left-handed person, or a person from Gat

Gay – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘happy.’ Compare with masculine Gay.

Gaye – Variant spelling of English Gay, meaning ‘happy.’

Gayla – Variant form of English Gayle, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Gayle – Variant spelling of English Gail, meaning ‘father rejoices.’

Gaylyn – Girl who likes to sing happily or energetic or sparkling.

Gaynelle – Full of joy

Gaynor – Medieval English form of French Guinevere, possibly meaning ‘white and smooth.’ Compare with masculine Gaynor.

Gearldine – Person who is commanding with the spear.

Geby – God’s Able Bodied One, A variant of Gaby

Geena – Variant spelling of English Gina, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Geline – The angel from the heaven

Gelsey – Native floret of Asia, Jasmine.

Gemma – Italian name meaning ‘precious stone.’

Gena – Pet form of English Eugenia, meaning ‘well born.’

Genae

Genaya – The waves in the sea or ocean seen white in color.

Genesis – 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.

Genette – English variant spelling of French Jeanette, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Geneva – Place name for a historic city in southwestern Switzerland

Geneva – Pet form of French Genevieve, probably meaning ‘race of women.’

Genevieve – English form of French Genevieve, probably meaning ‘race of women.’

Genia – Pet form of English Eugenia, meaning ‘well born.’

Genie – Pet form of English Eugenia, meaning ‘well born.’ This is also a pet form of English Genevieve, probably meaning ‘race of women.’

Genista – English name derived from the Latin word for the ‘broom plant.’

Genna – Pet form of English Genevieve, probably meaning ‘race of women.’ Compare with another form of Genna.

Gennie – Variant spelling of English Genny, probably meaning ‘race of women.’

Gennifer – The name Gennifer is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning white shadow, white wave’.

Genny – Pet form of English Genevieve, probably meaning ‘race of women.’

Gennyfer – One who is pretty and fair

Gentry – Gentry means on the top of the social scale, high-class.

Genya – Variant spelling of English Genia, meaning ‘well born.’

Georgeanna – English compound name composed of Georgia ‘earth-worker, farmer’ and Anna ‘favor, grace.’

Georgeanne – The name Georgeanne is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning grace’.

Georgene – English variant spelling French Georgine, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgette – Feminine form of French Georges, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgia

Georgia – The name Georgia is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgiana – The name Georgiana is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgie – Unisex pet form of English George and Georgia, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgina – The name Georgina is a girl’s name of Spanish, English origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgine – Feminine form of French Georges, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Geraldine

Geraldine – Feminine form of English Gerald, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Geralynn – The person who gives instructions by spear.

Geranium – Refers to a kind of flower , Geranium.

Geranne – The graceful spear of the God

Gerarda – Brave spearwoman

Geri – The Person who is prevailing with spear.

Gerica – Mighty king with the spear.

Gericka – Combination of Geri (rules with spear) plus Erica ( ever kingly)

Gerika – Mixture of Geri (ruling by spear) plus Erica ( king forever)

German – A person who hails from Germany, a language

Gerrilyn – The one who has spear in his hands comes from the cascade.

Gerry – Unisex pet form of English Gerald and Geraldine, meaning ‘spear ruler.’ Also used as a pet form of other names beginning with Ger-, meaning ‘spear.’

Gertie – Pet form of German Gertrude, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Gertrude – German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and ?ru? ‘strength,’ hence ‘spear strength.’

Getla – One who belongs to the town of dark people

Ghia – A peaceful ruler

Ghislain – Modern English name derived from Old French Giselle, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Ghislaine – Variant spelling of English Ghislain, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Gijs – Bright, Intelligent, Brilliant, Smart

Gilberta – Gilberta is a female name that means Hostage. It is of French, Germanic and English origin.

Gilda – Old English name meaning ‘coated with gold, gilded.’ Compare with other forms of Gilda.

Gildan – Gildan is female English name. It means Gilded, Made of Gold.

Gillian – Youthful, derived from the Latin name Julian

Gillian – English variant spelling of Roman Latin Jillian, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Gillot – The name Gillot is an English female name. It means The one who Unexpectadly Rejcets a Lover.

Gillota – Female English name, variation of the name Gillot. Means a Woman who Unexpectedly Recets a Lover.

Gina – Abbreviation of names ending in ‘gina’

Gina – Pet form of English Georgina, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’ Also a pet form of other English names ending with -gina. Compare with other forms of Gina.

Gingata – Old English name comes from the Italian word and means Flower.

Ginger – English pet form of Latin Virginia, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’ Sometimes also given as a spice name.

Ginna – Abbreviation of Virginia.

Ginnette – Abbreviation of Virginia.

Ginnie – Abbreviation of Virginia.

Ginnie – English pet form of Latin Virginia, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’

Ginny – Abbreviation of Virginia

Ginny – The name Ginny is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘virginal’.

Gipsy – Wanderer

Girl – Girl means female. The nickname Girlie, which is a form of Girl, is very popular in the Phillipines.

Githa – Variant spelling of Middle English Gytha, meaning ‘strife, war.’

Giulianna – Giulianna means young and vibrant. The name is also a variant of Julia.

Giulist – One who appreciates beautiful and elegant

Glad

Glad – Glad means Happy in English and derived from Welsh Teritorial Ruler

Gladis – Gladis is a Welsh name and means Lame

Gladstone – Gladstone means Flat Stones. It is mostly used as a surname.

Gladys – Modern form of Old Welsh Gwladus, meaning ‘ruler.’

Gleda – Gleda in English means Happy, and in Welsh it means Lame

Glenda – Modern Welsh name composed of the words glan ‘clean, pure, holy’ and da ‘good,’ hence ‘pure good.’

Glenice – Variant spelling of Welsh Glenys, meaning ‘holy, pure.’

Glenn – Glenn is a female name and means Valley

Glenna – Feminine form of Scottish Glen, meaning ‘valley.’

Glennis – Gennis means Glen, Valley and is of Gaelic origin

Glenys – Modern Welsh name derived from the word glan, meaning ‘holy, pure.’

Gloria – Latin name derived from the word gloria, meaning ‘glory.’

Gloriana – Glory

Gloriana – Glorious grace

Gloriann – Glorious grace, modern blend of Gloria and Ann

Glory – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘glory.’

Glyn – Glyn means Fair, Good or the One from the Valley

Glynn – Meaning of Glynn is Fair.

Glynnes – Glynnes is a female name and means Good

Gode – a good person. May be beloved and kindheart.

Godefe – A person who is gift of God to her parents

Godelda – Imaginative, enthusiastic and lively person who loves to live life with joy.

Godeleva – a person who is the gift of God to her parents.

Godeleve – a person who is the gift of God to her parents.

Godelive – A person who is God’s beloved.

Goderun – The secretive Love of God, God Secret Love, The hidden or close love of God.

Godeue – Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godeva – The one who can be the gift for every one from the God, who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godgeua – Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godgifu – Old Version of Godiva. Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godgiua – Old Version of Godiva. Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godgiva – Old Version of Godiva. Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godgyth – God’s War or Battle, A physical aspect of war. Powerful, Strengthful. Having strong power.

Godise – Female version of Godise, the descendant of Goda, The person who lives with and after us, Who will help everyone, keep happy everyone

Godit – The one who loves adventure and independence. Guide, lead and direct others to help them.

Godith – Someone who will be on righteous path from God and will save and protect others. The one who is generous, openness, discreet, impress, talented and warm hearted.

Goditha – God’s War or Battle, A physical aspect of war. Powerful, Strengthful. Having strong power.

Godiua – The one who can be the gift for every one from the God, who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godiuia – The one who can be the gift for every one from the God, who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godiva – Old Version of Godiva. Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Godlefe – Dear Love, It is the old version of ‘Goodliffe’. The one who is the dearer and love in someones life.

Godleof – Dear Love, It is the old version of ‘Goodefu’. The one who is the dearer and love in someones life.

Godleue – Dear Love, It is the old version of ‘Goodefu’. The one who is the dearer and love in someones life.

Godleva – The secretive Love of God, God Secret Love, The hidden or close love of God.

Godrun – The secretive Love of God, God Secret Love, The hidden or close love of God.

Goduia – Old Version of Godiva. Gift of God, The one who becomes the bonus and attribute for some one.

Goduin – Friend of God, The one with good dees and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Godusa – The one with the big dream and achievements. They have the ability to change or tranfer the dream in reality.

Goduse – The one with power and authority, who can lead and direct everyone to do. The one who will not give away.

Gold – Precious Metal, The one who is precious for the family and friends.

Golda – Precious Metal, The one who is precious for the family and friends.

Goldarina – The one who loves to live the life on principles to get success, with imaginatory and creative ideas.

Goldarine – Precious Metal, The one who is precious for the family and friends, with sciencer and honest thought.

Goldeholda – A person who is rich and have a huge collection of ornaments. In other meanings a person who is very intelligent.

Golderon – Golderon means Passionate. A person who always be ready to do anything with his full dedication and uses his passion in every field.

Goldgeofu – goldgeofu is the varient of the name Goldgifu, Which means the gift of god. A baby girl who is present to her parents from God.

Goldgeve – Goldgeve means the women of God. A girl who loves to pray to god and is very close to God.

Goldgifu – Goldgifu means the gift of God. The person with this name is a great present to he parents from god.

Goldhen – A person who has a bog collection of jewels. Or in other words it means a person who is very intelligent.

Goldhiue – Goldhiue is a varient of name Goldgifu. Goldgifu means the gift of God. The person with this name is a great present to he parents from god.

Goldhuie – Goldhuie is a varient of name Goldgifu. Goldgifu means the gift of God. The person with this name is a great present to he parents from god.

Goldi – A girl with golden hair. Golden hair is a symbol of beauty. A beauty which is out of the world.

Goldie

Goldie – From an English pet name meaning ‘a blonde.’ Compare with another form of Goldie.

Goldrun – Goldrun means a person who likes to help other person. No matter what she have to do for the help but she will do it.

Golds – Gilded

Golduin – The one who loves to live the life on principles to get success, with imaginatory and creative ideas.

Goldy – Goldy is a variant of Golda, Derived from the vocabulary word gold which denotes precious jewellery metal

Goldyeua – The one who is optimistic who grasp the standards of sympathy and pardoning. They are likewise inventive and creative that gives them an aesthetic ability.

Goldyeue – The one who is optimistic who grasp the standards of sympathy and pardoning. They are likewise inventive and creative that gives them an aesthetic ability.

Graatsia – Estonian form of Grace, meaning graceful.

Grace

Grace – English 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.’

Gracealice – Gracealice name is derieved from the word grace, which means decency with a special beauty.

Gracee – Gracee name is derieved from the word grace, which means decency with a special beauty.

Gracelyn – Graceful, a blend of Grace and Lynn

Gracelyn – The name Gracelyn is a girl’s name of English origin.

Gracelynn – The name Gracelynn is a girl’s name of English, Welsh origin.

Graciana – The name is varient of word grace. It means decency and intelligence.

Gracie

Gracie – Pet form of English Grace, meaning ‘pleasing, agreeable.’

Graciela – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Graciella – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Gracye – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Gracyn – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Graeghamm – A girl from the gray family. Gray is the sign of intelligence.

Graegleah – A girl from the gray Meadow. Gray is the sign of intelligence.

Grania – People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

Granta – They have ability to analize problems very quickly and solve all the issues.They love to spend time with family.

Grante – They have ability to analize problems very quickly and solve all the issues.They love to spend time with family.

Graves – Graves is the surname which was use in old days.

Gray – Gray may be a n ickname of a person who have gray here. Or who is very intelligent.

Grayce – Grayce means good will. A great vision about life or anything. A person who thinks positively.

Graycen – Graycen means good will. A great vision about life or anything. A person who thinks positively.

Graycin – Graycin means good will. A great vision about life or anything. A person who thinks positively.

Graycn – Graycn means good will. A great vision about life or anything. A person who thinks positively.

Greta – Short form of Danish/Swedish Margareta, meaning ‘pearl.’

Gretchen – Diminutive form of English Gretta (‘pearl’), meaning ‘little pearl.’

Gretel – Pet form of German Grete, meaning ‘pearl.’

Gretta – English variant spelling of Danish/Swedish Greta, meaning ‘pearl.’

Greysi – Greysi name is derived from the word grace, which means decency with a special beauty.

Grip – Grip means stron hold on something. A girl who can hold everything very strongly.

Guendolen – Variant spelling of Welsh Gwendolen, meaning ‘white ring.’

Guinevere – French 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.

Gussie – Pet form of English Augusta, meaning ‘venerable.’

Gweirfyl – Gracious, Wise and Experienced person.

Gwen – Welsh name derived from the word gwen, meaning ‘fair, holy, white.’ Also used as a short form of longer names containing gwen.

Gwenda – Welsh name composed of the elements gwen ‘fair, holy, white’ and da ‘good,’ hence ‘fair and good.’

Gwendolen – Welsh 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.

Gweneth – Variant spelling of Welsh Gwyneth, meaning ‘luck, happiness.’

Gwenn – Variant spelling of Welsh Gwen, meaning ‘fair, holy, white.’

Gwenneth – Variant spelling of Welsh Gwyneth, meaning ‘luck, happiness.’

Gwenyth – Variant spelling of Welsh Gwenith, meaning ‘wheat.’

Gwyn – Welsh unisex name meaning ‘fair, holy, white.’

Gyldan – Gilded

Gyldan – covered with gold, gilded

Gynasys – An unusual English female name

Gyneth – Anglicized 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.

Gynuara – A Medievel English variation of Guinevere, means a fair white and smooth one

Gypsy – Wanderer, derived from Egyptian to describe tribes of nomads who migrated from India to Europe

Gypsy – The name Gypsy is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘wanderer’.

Gytha – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Gy?a, meaning ‘strife, war.’

English girl names starting with H

Hadassa – Variant spelling of English Hadassah, meaning ‘myrtle tree.’

Hadassah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Hadaccah, meaning ‘myrtle tree.’ In the bible, this is Esther’s Hebrew name.

Haddy – Old English – From the Heather Meadow, Field of Heather, A variation of Hadley

Haddyr – Taken from the name of the plant having very small leaves

Hadlea – Heather field

Hadlee – Variant of Hadley, meaning heather meadow. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Hadleigh – Variant of Hadley, meaning heather meadow. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Hadley – From the heath or heather-covered meadow, a surname now used as a given name

Hadley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements hæð ‘heathland, heather, wasteland’ and leah ‘clearing, field, meadow’ hence ‘heather meadow.’

Hadlie – Old English – From the Heather Meadow, Field of Heather, A variation of Hadley

Hadly – Heather field

Haelee – Valley in the mountains , From Glen, A variant of Hailey

Haeley – Valley in the mountains , From Glen, A variant of Hailey

Haely – Valley in the mountains , From Glen, A variant of Hailey

Haemgisl – a Girl or woman from your own neighbourhood

Haep – A happy woman

Haesel – A kind of a nut

Hagenild – A bright minded person

Haidee – Modern English name, possibly derived from the Greek word aidoios, meaning ‘modest.’

Haidyn – Unrestrained, wild, unpredictable.

Haila – Valley in the mountains , From Glen, A variant of Hailey

Hailee – Variant spelling of English Hayley, meaning ‘hay field.’

Haileigh – Valley in the mountains , From Glen, A variant of Hailey, A variant form of Haila

Hailey – Dweller in the hay meadow

Hailey – A variation of the name Hayley, traditionally an English last name derived from Hale or Hales (residing in a nook, recess, or remote valley). The place name Hailey, in Oxfordshire, is composed of the Old English words for hay field.

Hailie – Of Old English origin meaning ‘hay clearing, hay meadow’ it is predominantly used in the English language.

Haisley – Gift of moon or Beautiful person

Halee – Old English – Hay Clearing, Hay Meadow, A variant spelling of Hayley

Haleigh – Variant spelling of English Hayley, meaning ‘hay field.’

Haley – Variant of Halley and Hayley

Haley – Variant spelling of English Hayley, meaning ‘hay field.’

Halfrith – Peaceful house, peaceful home

Halfryta – Friendlier Home.

Halie – Natural, Hay meadow

Halinor – A combination name of Hal and Eleanor, Hal is Celtic for chief, and Eleanor is Latin for shining light.

Halle – Variant of Halley or Hayley

Halle – The name Halle has grown vastly in popularity during the 1990s due to the rise of fame of the actress Halle Berry. The name itself means ‘a hay meadow’ or ‘hay clearing’.

Halleigh – Variation of Hailey whcih means Hay’s meadow

Halley – From the meadow near the hall (implying large estate or home), a surname also used as a variant of Hayley

Hallfrita – Peaceful Home

Hallie – Variant of Halley and Hayley

Hallie – Hallie is a form of the English ‘Hayley’, and means ‘hay clearing’.

Hally – Army Power, Strong in War

Haloke – Resembling a Salmon

Halsey

Hamest – Armenian name meaning ‘modest’, A locational name meaning from the village of Hamer

Hamida – Gracious, cordial

Hanna – Greek form of Hebrew Channah, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a prophetess in Jerusalem.

Hannah – Anglicized 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.

Hannalee

Hannie – Pet form of English Hannah, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Hanny – Pet form of English Hannah, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Happy – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘happy.’ Compare with Gay and Merry.

Hariea – The long field

Harlean – Harlean is Dweller By The Boundary Wood, Hare Clearing, Hare Meadow, A derivative of English name Harley

Harlee – Harlee means rabbit-like meadow.

Harleigh – Hare meadow

Harlene – Harlene is Created Name, Dweller By The Boundary Wood, Hare Clearing, Hare Meadow, A derivative of English name Harley

Harlenn – Field of the hares. Feminine of Harley

Harleth – The name Harleth is a girl’s name of English origin.

Harley – Hare meadow

Harley – Meadow in the woods

Harli – Dweller By The Boundary Wood, Hare Clearing, Hare Meadow, A derivative of English name Harley

Harlie – Meadow of the hares, Female of Harley

Harlow – From the hill of the hares, from the army hill, a surname

Harlow – A variant of the surname based on the place name , meaning ‘hare clearing’ or ‘hare meadow’.

Harly – Hare meadow

Harmehar – God’S Grace, Blessing or Favour of God, God’s Mercy

Harmonee – Unity, concord, musically in tune

Harmoni – Derived from the vocabulary meaning ‘harmony, peace’ it is chiefly used in the English language.

Harmonia – Means ‘harmony, agreement’ in Greek. Harmonia is a variant of Harmoni

Harmonie

Harmonie – Variant spelling of English Harmony, meaning ‘concord, harmony.’

Harmony – English name derived from the vocabulary word harmony, from Greek Harmonia, meaning ‘concord, harmony.’

Harper – Minstrel

Harper – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘harp player.’

Harriet – Rules her household, feminine form of Harry (from Henry)

Harriet – The name Harriet is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘estate ruler’.

Harriett – Variant spelling of English Harriet, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Harrietta – Elaborated form of English Harriet, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Harriette – Elaborated form of English Harriet, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Hartley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements heorot ‘hart, male deer’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘deer meadow.’

Harvelle – Army warrior

Harvina – Army soldier

Harvine – Army combatant

Hassive – A person who is responsible and respectable

Hattie – Keeper of the hearth, ruler of her household, abbreviation of Henrietta

Hattie – The name Hattie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘estate ruler’.

Hatty – Variant spelling of English Hattie, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Haunild – An unsophicated, lonely and diplomatic individual

Havan – Safe place

Havana – The origin of the name Havanna is unknown, it may derive from the word Heaven, or from the Dutch havene meaning ‘port’. Havana is the name of the capital of Cuba, or ‘Habana’ in Spanish.

Havannah – A variant form of Heaven, A variant spelling is Havanna

Haven – Place of safety, shelter

Haven – English unisex name derived from Middle English haven (Old English h?fen), meaning ‘haven, refuge.’

Haverly – A common English surname. A Habitational name

Havin – Safe place, refuge or a sanctuary

Havun – Safe place

Havyn – A variant Of Haven, Safety

Haydan – Hay valley

Haydee – English variant form of Swiss Heidi, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Hayden – Algerian political leader Ferhat Abbas, Khedive of Egypt Abbas Hilmi, Arabic poet Abbas Ibn Al Ahnaf

Hayden – English unisex name composed of the Old English elements heg ‘hay’ and denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘hay valley.’

Haydin – Hay valley

Haydn – Hay valley

Haydon – Hay valley

Haydyn – Heathen, From the hedged in valley, A variant of Heiden and Hayden

Hayelee – Old English – Hay Clearing, Hay Meadow, A variant spelling of Hayley

Hayes – Heathen, From the hedged in valley, A variant of Heiden and Hayden

Hayla – Old English – Hay Clearing, Hay Meadow, A variant spelling of Hayley

Hayle – A form of Hayley

Haylea – Variant of Hayley

Haylee – A variation on Hayley, this English name means hay meadow or hay field.

Hayleigh – A spelling variation of the name Hayley. It means ‘hay meadow’ or ‘hay clearing’.

Hayley – From the hay meadow, an adapted surname traditionally used as a boys” name, now more common for girls

Hayley – English 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.’

Hayli – Old English – Hay Clearing, Hay Meadow, A variant spelling of Hayley

Haylie

Haylie – Variant spelling of English Hayley, meaning ‘hay field.’

Hayven – Variant of Haven, safe and secure, protected.

Hazal – The Hazel Tree

Haze – Short form of Old English Hazel, meaning ‘reddish-brown’ or ‘hazel tree.’

Hazel – The hazel tree

Hazel – From the hazel tree, the hazelnut, and the brown-green eye color. Hazel is one of many names coined in the 19th century from the names of plants.

Hazeline – Child of Harry, A feminine form of Harrison

Hazell – Varian of HAZEL

Hazelle – Variation of HAZEL

Hazle – Name of tree or Color

Hazyl – Tree, nut

Hea – Happily Ever After, Happiest person

Heagyth – A Tree name

Heahgyth – practical, responsible, stable nature

Heahthryth – strength, force

Healing – To restore to health

Heallfrith – Peaceful home

Heathar – Heather

Heather – A flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty, barren lands such as those found in Scotland

Heather – From English origin referring to the flowering evergreen shrub.

Heathor – Heather

Heathur – Heather

Heatris – Dependable, self-sufficient

Heavan – Paradise

Heaven – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Old English heofon, meaning ‘home of God,’ earlier ‘sky.’

Heavenly – Derives from the word Heaven, refering to the resting place of virtuous souls.

Heavin – Paradise

Heavon – Paradise

Heavyn – Paradise

Heavynne – Heaven

Hebe – Latin form of Greek Hebe, meaning ‘young.’ In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of youth.

Hedde – Struggle, fighter, warrior

Heddi – Warfare, Strife, Struggle

Hedena – From the field of flowers

Hedheue – A wise woman who was a counsel

Hedly – Field of heather

Heidi – Swiss pet form of Old High German Adalheid, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Heilewisa – Intellectual, clever, sharp

Heini – Active, agile, supple

Heiritha – A worthy woman

Helah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chel’ah, meaning ‘depraved’ or ‘rust.’ In the bible, this is the name of a wife of Asher.

Helaine – Variant 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.

Heleana – In mythology the abduction of Zeus’s mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War.

Heleanor – a variant of Helen

Heleen – Dutch form of Greek Helene, probably meaning ‘torch.’

Helen

Helen – English 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.

Helena

Helena – n mythology the abduction of Zeus’s mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War

Helene – German form of Greek Helene, probably meaning ‘torch.’

Heleyne – Dazzling, stunning, amazing

Helga – Icelandic name derived from Old Norse heilagr, meaning ‘holy, dedicated to the gods.’

Helisent – To be on the path of the templom

Hellen – Variant spelling of English Helen, probably meaning ‘torch.’

Hellerson – Son of Heller

Helma – Protective, shielding, defending

Heloise – Modern form of medieval French Helewise, meaning ‘hale-wide, very healthy and sound.’

Helori – Old English – Generous

Helueua – A financial and successful individual

Helvynya – A very rare Medieval name, user rarely even in the medieval times

Henley

Henrietta – The name Henrietta is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘estate ruler’.

Hephzi-Bah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chephtsiy-bahh, meaning ‘she is my desire.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of king Hezekiah.

Hephzibah – Variant form of English Hephzi-bah, meaning ‘she is my desire.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of king Hezekiah.

Hepsie – Pet form of English Hephzibah, meaning ‘she is my desire.’

Herchembaut – A woman warrior in the army

Here – Anglo-Saxon word meaning army

Herel – An army of woman soldiers

Herela – A woman of the army

Hermynhild – Well Polished Stone

Hero

Heryeth – Girl name in British

Hester

Hester – Medieval Latin form of Persian Esther, meaning ‘star.’

Hetti – House Owner, Female Version of Henry

Hettie – English pet form of Latin Hester ‘star’ and English Harriet ‘little home-ruler.’

Hevean – Paradise

Heven – Paradise

Hevin – Paradise

Hierytha – Anglicized form of Iweyydd

Hilaree – Happy, Joyful

Hilari – Cheerful, Javiol

Hilary – Cheerful, derived from the Latin Hilarius

Hilary – English unisex form of Latin Hilarius and Hilaria, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’ Originally, this was strictly a masculine name.

Hilda – Old German short form of longer names containing hild, meaning ‘battle.’

Hildeth – She who gives good battle counsel

Hildeyerd – A young battle maiden

Hildiard – She who fights in a battle

Hilditha – She who gfights in the battles of war

Hildithe – One who is in the battle

Hildred – A counseler in the battle

Hilith – She is a battle maiden

Hillaree – Happy, Jolly

Hillaria – A woman who is always cheerful and happy

Hillarie – Contended, In the highspirit

Hillary

Hillary – Variant spelling of English unisex Hilary, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’

Hillda – A woman who is a soldier in the war

Hilleree – A cheerful and happy maiden

Hilli – Cloud-berry

Hilliard – English – From the hill, War stronghold

Hims – A persons dwelling place, a birthplace

Hismena – A beloved and esteemed woman. Hismena is a Medieval variation of the name Ismay

Hohu – Become, A surname

Holeigh – Holly

Holey – Varient Holley

Holi – Holi is a variant transcription of Holly

Holiday – Holy Day’ , Off working day

Holie – Taken from the name of the holly tree, an evergreen whose stiff, glossy.

Hollace – Near the Holly

Holland – Holland is Land On The Ridge, toponomical surname indicative of ancestral origin in the Dutch region of Holland

Hollee – The Holly Tree, Common Name Given Christmas Female Babies

Holley – Form of Holly, Holly Grove

Holli – of the great hall, island man

Holliday – This Girl’s name means ‘holy day.’ Variant spellings are Holiday and Haliday

Hollie

Hollie – Refering to the tree of the same name.This name is often given to baby girls born around Christmas time.

Hollin – Variant spelling of Hollen, Topographic name Holly Tree

Hollis – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English holegn ‘holly’ denoting someone who ‘lives near holly trees.’

Holliston – A Habitational name, Topographic name refering to Holly Tree, Variant of Hollin

Holly – Holy or holly tree, a beautiful seasonal name for girls born at Christmas, and the name of Audrey Hepburn”s memorable character Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany”s

Holly-May – Holly is derived from the plant Holly and also means ‘holy’. May has a meaning of ‘bitterness’ and is also named after the month of May.

Holly – English name derived from the name of the evergreen shrub or tree.

Hollyann – A Habitational name, Topographic name refering to Holly Tree, Variant of Hollin

Hollyanne – An evergreen Holly Tree

Hollyn – Holy or holly tree, variant of Holly

Hollyn – A Habitational name, Topographic name refering to Holly Tree, Variant of Hollin

Holy – Refering to the evergreen shrub of the same name, this is a popular name to give to girls born around Christmas.

Holye – A version of the name Holy. A name of the plant

Honbria – Sweet, Lovely

Honbrie – Sugary, Sweet

Honesty – Truthfullness, Someone who is truthful and Honest

Honey – Means ‘honey’ a term of endearment since the middle ages. From the old English word ‘hunig’.

Honor – This name is taken from the words ‘honorable’ and ‘honored’. It is the American variation of the name Honour.

Honour – British English form of Latin Honora, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Hope – The feeling that a desire will be fulfilled

Hope – Hope’ the name is associated with the 17th-century Puritan movement and virtue names and symbolizes the Christian longing for Jesus and eternal life. ‘Hope’ also means enclosed valley derived from the Old English word ‘hop’.

Hopelyn – Joyful, Combination of Hope and Lynn.

Hopie – In the sense of Hope

Horenga – A variation of the name Orenga

Hortense – French form of Latin Hortensia, meaning ‘garden.’

Hosanna – From the Aramaic religious expression (Hosha’ na’) meaning ‘deliver us’ in Hebrew. In the New Testament this is exclaimed by those around Jesus when he first enters Jerusalem

Hosannah – Variant spelling of English Hosanna, meaning ‘deliver us.’

Hot – A feeling of warmth

Hristina – A Bulgarian form of name Chris, A variant form of name Christina

Hrothbeorhta – Bright, Famous

Hrothberta – brilliant, famed

Hrothbertina – bright, well-known

Hrothnerta – vivid, celebrated

Hrystyna – A variant form of name Christina, Variant spelling is Chrystyna

Hudson

Huetta – Mind, Intellect, name given to garden and irrigated land

Huette – Little Hugh, Female Version of Hugh

Huetts – Little Hugh

Hug – One who is full of spirit.

Hugga – A spiritual, heartfelt person

Hughetta – heart,mind,spirit,intelligent

Huk – English – Resembling the fruit,Honest,Pervading, Orderly

Hulda – Scandinavian form of Old Norse Hul?, meaning ‘hidden, obscure, secret.’

Huldah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chuldah, meaning ‘mole’ or ‘weasel.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prophetess.

Humberga – happiness

Humility – Humble, without false price, a virtue name

Hunburg – practical,spirit

Hunig – delightful

Hunter – To hunt, an occupational name

Hunter – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘hunter.’

Husewyf – The wife of a householder

Husewyua – One who looks the household chores

Hutten – A knowledgable smart person

Hyacinth – English form of Latin Hyacintha, meaning ‘hyacinth flower.’

Hydeia – Thoughtful, Noble Kind, A variant form of name Heidi

Hygd – Qeen from the Beowulf poem

Hylda – English variant spelling of German Hilda, meaning ‘battle.’

Hyssmaye – An english girl name

English girl names starting with I

Icelyn – Modern blend of a word name with the common feminine suffix -lyn

Ida – Properous

Ida – Norman name derived from Germanic id, meaning ‘work.’

Idalina – The name Idalina is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning industrious one’.

Ideashia – Modern blend of Ida and Aisha

Idelle – French pet form of Norman Germanic Ida, meaning ‘work.’

Idina – The name Idina is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘from Edinburgh, Scotland’.

Idonea – To love again

Idony – Anglicized form of Latin Idonea, meaning ‘again to love.’

Iesha – English variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning ‘alive.’

Ilean – Variant spelling of English Eileen, meaning ‘beauty, radiance.’

Ileen – Variant spelling of English Eileen, meaning ‘beauty, radiance.’

Ilene – Variant spelling of English Eileen, meaning ‘beauty, radiance.’

Ilse

Ily – This may be a nickname for ‘Ilyssa’ or a variation of ‘Alyssa,’ which means charming.

Ilyssa

Imogen

Imogen – From a misspelling of the English Shakespearean name Innogen, meaning ‘girl, maiden.’

Imogene – Variant spelling of English Imogen, meaning ‘girl, maiden.’

Ina – English and Scottish short form of longer names ending with -ina, such as Christina and Dolina. Compare with another form of Ina.

Indi – Derived from the English for India this name is a popular name for a baby girl.

India – From the Sanskrit for river, India is a country in southern Asia. Fictional India Wilkes was Ashleigh”s sister in Margaret Mitchell”s Gone with the Wind.

India – English name derived from the country name, meaning ‘land of the Indus (river).’

Indiana – Place name for Indiana, one of the United States fondly known as the Hoosier State

Indiana – English unisex name derived from the American state name, meaning ‘land of the Indians.’

Indigo – Deep blue-violet

Indigo – Deriving from the colour indigo, the name of the purplish-blue dye. The name comes from the Greek meaning ‘from india’.

Indiya – Derives from the English name given to the country India, based on the River Indus.

Indy – Pet form of English unisex Indiana, meaning ‘land of the Indians.’

Innes – Anglicized unisex form of Scottish Gaelic Aonghas, meaning ‘excellent valor.’

Innogen – Original Celtic form of the misspelled English Shakespeare character name Imogen, derived from the Gaelic element inghean, meaning ‘girl, maiden.’

Iona – Also possibly meaning from Ionia, an ancient region in Asia Minor

Irania – Modern place name variation

Ireland – Place name for Ireland, a small country in northwestern Europe

Ireland – English name derived from the country name, composed of the Irish goddess name Eriu and Old Saxon land ‘land,’ hence ‘land of Eriu’ or ‘land of peace.’

Irelyn – Variation of the place name Ireland

Irene – Latin form of Greek Eirene, meaning ‘peace.’ In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of peace.

Irie – Cool, peace

Iris – 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.

Iriye – Cool, peace, harmony

Irma – Short form of longer German names beginning with Irm-, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Irmalinda – German name composed of the elements irmen ‘entire, whole’ and lint ‘soft, tender,’ hence ‘entirely gentle.’

Irmgard – German name composed of the elements irmen ‘entire, whole’ and gard ‘enclosure,’ hence ‘entirely protected.’

Irvette – Sea friend

Isabel – Variation of Elizabeth. My God is bountiful,God of plenty.

Isabel – Originally 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.

Isabell – Pledged to God

Isabella – Promise of God

Isabelle Grace – Isabelle’ a variant of ‘Elizabeth’. Meaning ‘God is plentiful’. ‘Grace ‘, derived from the biblical name meaning ‘charm’

Isabelle – French form of Latin Isabella, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ In Arthurian legend, Isabelle of Cornwall is the name of the mother of Tristan.

Isadora – Variant spelling of Latin Isidora, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Iscah – 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.

Isidora – Feminine form of Greek Isidoros, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Isleen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning ‘dream, vision.’

Isolde – English 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.

Issy – Variant spelling of English Izzy, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Iva – Variant spelling of English Ivah, meaning ‘overthrow, overturn.’ Compare with other forms of Iva.

Ivah – English name derived from the biblical name of a region of Assyria, derived from Hebrew avvah, meaning ‘overthrow, overturn.’

Ivalyn – Ivy

Ivee – Ivy

Ivey – An alternate spelling of ‘Ivy,’ this name represents its green plant with a meaning of a growing vine.

Iviann – Ivy

Ivory – White, pure, a reference to the creamy-white color of ivory or to the hard tusk used for carving fine art and jewelry

Ivory – English name derived from the vocabulary word for a material that comes from the tusks of elephants and is used in making jewelry.

Ivvah – Variant spelling of English Ivah, meaning ‘overthrow, overturn.’

Ivy – Botanical name for any one of a large number of climbing or creeping ornamental plants or vines

Ivy – Botanical name’ or ‘Name of a flower’ and also the name of a place in France

Ivye – Ivy

Izzie – Variant spelling of English Izzy, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Izzy – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with masculine Izzy.

English girl names starting with J

Jaane – A gracious gift of God

Jacala – One who likes truth and filled with youth and charm

Jacalin – Follower

Jacee

Jacee – A flower type, a hyacinth flower

Jacelyn – Modern blend of Jaye or Jacey and Lynn

Jacelyn – Nickname of Jacinda, related to flowers and natural beauty.

Jacey – Modern name, possibly based simply on the initials J.C. or a variation of Jacinda

Jacey – Unclear

Jaci

Jacie – She who heals people

Jacinda – English variant form of Latin Jacintha, meaning ‘hyacinth flower.’

Jacinth – English form of French Jacinthe, meaning ‘hyacinth flower.’

Jackaline – English form of French Jacqueline, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jackalyn – Variant spelling of English Jacquelyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jackeline – One whose portector is God

Jackelyn – She who believes God is her protector

Jacki – Pet form of English Jackalyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jackie

Jackie – Pet form of English Jackalyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with masculine Jackie.

Jackleen – May God be her protector

Jacklin – God may protect her

Jacklyn – Contracted form of English Jackalyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacklynn – A girl who believes God is her protector

Jacky – A pet name, means the one who finds God to be gracious

Jaclyn

Jaclyn – Variant spelling of English Jacklyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacobina – Feminine form of English Jacob, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacolyn – She is a supplanter

Jacqueline – Feminine form of French Jacques, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacquelyn – English form of French Jacqueline, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacqui

Jacy

Jacynth – A woman who looks like hyacinth flower

Jacynthe – She is pretty as a hycinth flower

Jade – English unisex name derived from the name of the precious stone, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaden – Elaborated form of English unisex Jade, meaning ‘jade.’

Jadine – Green gemstone

Jadira – The gemstone jade or the color green

Jadira – One with gren eyes, the gemstone jade

Jadis – Apparently created by C.S. Lewis for the character

Jady – The gemstone jade or the color green

Jady – A jade of a gemstone, the beautiful green color

Jadyn – A variant the name Jayden which is derived from Jade, a green gemstone.

Jae

Jae – Woman who is like a jay bird

Jaeden – A thankful person

Jaedyn – One who will be judged by the God and is thankful

Jael – Anglicized 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.

Jaelyn – Variant of Jay, the name means winner. It also refers to a jay bird.

Jaen – The mercifulness of Yahweh

Jaena – A graciousness of Yahweh

Jaenette – One who knows God’s graciousness

Jagger

Jaicee

Jaida – The gemstone jade or the color green

Jaida – Elaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaiden – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jailand – A youthful. energetic and talented individual

Jailynn – Female variant of Jay, meaning a winner. The name also refers to the jay bird.

Jaime – Variant spelling of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with masculine Jaime.

Jaimee – Variant spelling of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaimie – Variant spelling of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with masculine Jaimie.

Jaki – Pet form of English Jackalyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jakki – Pet form of English Jackalyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jakodi – Oda’s child

Jal – wanderer

Jalene – Modern English combination name

Jalyn – A jay bird

Jamecia – She who is from Jamaica

Jamely – She who is from the valley

Jamelya – One from the glen

James

Jamesina – Scottish feminine form of English James, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jameson

Jameya – One who heals

Jami – Variant spelling of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jamia – This name is a form of ‘Jamie,’ which is related to ‘James,’ meaning a supplanter or substitute.

Jamie – Feminine form of English James, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with masculine Jamie.

Jamisyn – A name for girls

Jamiya – A surrogate, a replacement

Jan – English short form of names beginning with Jan-, most of which are feminine forms of John, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with masculine Jan.

Janae – God has answered, modern name based on Jane, Jean, or Janai

Janai – God has answered, variant of Jane or Jean

Janai – God has given an answer

Janaia – God has heard

Janais – God has answered, modern variant of Jane

Janais – God has answered

Janaya – God has answered, modern variant of Jane

Janaya – God has answered

Janaye – Modern variant of Jane or Jean, also based on Janai, meaning God has answered.

Janaye – God has heard and gave an answer

Janberk – One who likes to explore, creative and full of youth

Jancey – One from the glen

Jancis – Modern elaborated form of English Jan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jane

Jane – The name Jane is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Janea – God is gracious

Janeane – Variation of Jane meaning God is gracious

Janee – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Joan

Janel – Variant spelling of English Janelle, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janele – Variant spelling of English Janelle, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janell – God is gracious, variant of Jane

Janella – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Jane

Janella – Pet form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janelle – Pet form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janene – Variant spelling of English Janine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janesha – Hebrew – Yahweh is Gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A Form of Janessa

Janessa – Elaborated form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janet – The name Janet is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘God’s gracious gift’.

Janetta – Elaborated form of English Janet, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janette – Elaborated form of English Janet, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janeva – Race of Women, Juniper Tree, White Wave

Janey – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Joan

Janey – Variant spelling of English Janie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janice – Elaborated form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janicia – God is gracious, variant of Jane

Janie – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Joan

Janie – Pet form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janiece

Janiett – Variation of the name Jane meaning God is gracious

Janine – English form of French Jeannine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Janis – Variant spelling of English Janice, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with masculine Janis.

Janise – Variant of Jane

Janna – Elaborated form of English Jan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Janna.

Jannae – God has given an answer

Jannah – Variant spelling of English Janna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jannette – Variant spelling of English Janette, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jannina – Variant of Jeannine

Jannine – Variant spelling of English Janine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jaqualina – English variant spelling of Latin Jacquelina, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaqualine – Variant spelling of English Jacquelyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaqueline – Variant spelling of English Jacquelyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaquelyn – Variant spelling of English Jacquelyn, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jarima – A girls name

Jarona – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yarona, meaning ‘to shout and sing.’

Jarrell

Jarret – A strong spear

Jasayla – A talented person who is very considerate and youthful

Jaslene – Variant of Jazzlyn referring to music and more specifically jazz.

Jaslynn – Modern variant of Jasmine, blend of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz

Jaslynn – Variant of Jasmine, winding path, climbing, and fragrant.

Jasmin – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Persian yasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family. Compare with masculine Jasmin.

Jasmine – Variant spelling of English Jasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jasminka – Bosnian term for Jasmine.

Jasmyn – Variant spelling of English Jasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jassy – Usually a pet form for names starting with Jas

Jaunie – A woman who is brave

Java – A place name, Jawa

Javme – Judicious, talented, funny and eccentric being

Javmee – A refined, reasonable and poised individual

Jaxine – Variant of Jacinta, which is a Spanish form of Hyacinth, also a contemporary blend of Jack and Maxine

Jaxine – A modern invented name

Jaxx – Short name for Jackson which means Son of Jack

Jaycee

Jaycie

Jaycie – A modern name of unknown origin. May derive from the name Jasia or Jay meaning ‘God is gracious’ or perhaps from the Sanskrit meaning ‘victorious’.

Jayda – Elaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaydah – The Lord is salvation

Jayde – The gemstone jade or the color green

Jayde – Elaborated feminine form of English unisex Jade, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaydee – Precious stone

Jayden – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaydon – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jayla – Feminine form of English Jay, a short form of longer names beginning with the letter ‘J.’

Jaylee – Feminine form of English Jay, a short form of longer names beginning with the letter ‘J.’

Jayleen – The name Jayleen is a girl’s name of English origin.

Jayleigh – Jayleigh is a combination of Jay & Lee. The name means one who talks and field.

Jaylene – Jaylene means beautiful jay bird. Jaylene is a feminine form of Jay.

Jaylinn – A fowl which brings nimble.

Jaylyn – Jay bird

Jaylynn – Blend of Jay and Lynn, feminine variant of Jay

Jayma – Variant form of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jayme – Variant spelling of English Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaymin – A modern name derived from the Hebrew Yamin or Jamin meaning ‘right hand’, refering to a father’s heir.

Jayna – God has been gracious, variant of Jane that has become an independent name in much the same way the name Jay became independent from its origin, Jacob

Jayna – Pet form of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jayne – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Jane

Jayne – Variant spelling of English Jane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jaynella – Little Jane, gracious god

Jayni – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Jane

Jayni – God has bestowed his mercy upon me.

Jaynie – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Jane

Jaynie – Variant spelling of English Janie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jazlene – Variant of Jazzlyn referring to music and more specifically jazz.

Jazlyn – Modern variant of Jasmine, blend of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz

Jazlyn – This fun musical baby name combines jazz with Lynn meaning lake.

Jazmin – Variant spelling of English Jasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jazmine – Variant spelling of English Jasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jazzalyn – Mixture of Jocelyn (kind hearted) and Jazz (kind of music).

Jazzy – Pet form of Jazlyn, which is a modern variant of Jasmine and a blend of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz.

Jazzy – Modern accent of Jasmine (yas flower)

Jean – Scottish form of French Jeanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with masculine Jean.

Jeana – Variant spelling of English Gena, meaning ‘well born.’

Jeanae – God has heard my requests or prayers.

Jeanay – Modern name based on Jane or Jean, Based on Janai meaning God has answered.

Jeanay – God has returned to my crying.

Jeanelle – Jehovah has been gracious, has shown favor, variant of Jane.

Jeanelle – True grace is coming from God.

Jeanetta – English form of French Jeanette, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeanette – Pet form of French Jeanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeanie – Pet form of Scottish Jean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeanine – English variant spelling of French Jeannine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeanna – English elaborated form of Scottish Jean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeannell – Diminutive of Jeanne (Mercy is God)

Jeannette – Variant spelling of French Jeanette, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeannie – Variant spelling of Scottish Jeanie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeannine – Pet form of French Jeanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jedda – The precious black shady gem stone.

Jedida – Variant spelling of English Jedidah, meaning ‘friend’ or ‘beloved.’

Jedidah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yediydah, meaning ‘friend’ or ‘beloved.’ In the bible, this is the name of the mother of king Josiah.

Jeffie – The one who is fair minded and charming.

Jelion – A restless and refined individual

Jelise – Mixture of jean (Gift from God ) and Lisa (promise of God).

Jelissa – Modern English name probably based on Greek Melissa, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Jellion – Variant od Giles, one who is desirable

Jemarica – Combination of Jessica and Marcus

Jemima – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yemiymah, meaning ‘dove.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of Job’s three daughters.

Jemina – The one who uses her right hand always.

Jemma – Variant spelling of Italian Gemma, meaning ‘precious stone.’

Jen – Variation of Jenny, which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer

Jen – Short form of English Jennifer, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jena – Variation of Jenny, which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer

Jena – Variant spelling of English Gena, meaning ‘well born.’

Jenae – God has answered, modern variant of Jane or Jean, and a variation of Janai

Jenae – Pet form of English Jennifer, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenai – God has answered my prayers.

Jenalie – The white enchantress

Jenalyn – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenalynn – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenalynn – Variation of jenny (God has been gracious).

Jenarae – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenarae – Diminutive of Jenny (God has been merciful).

Jenavieve

Jenay – Modern name based on Jane or Jean, based on Janai meaning God has answered.

Jenay – God has heard my prayers.

Jenaya

Jenaya – God is gracious

Jenaye – The Answer from the God

Jendra – A fair point or a fairer person

Jenea – God’s grace endures forever.

Jenean – God’s mercy sustains forever.

Jeneane – The mercy of God is forever

Jenee – Modern name based on Jane or Jean, based on Janai meaning God has answered.

Jenee – God endows his mercy upon mankind.

Jeneefer – The white colored girl

Jeneen – God bestows his grace upon me.

Jenefer – Bright, tender, kind and gentle.

Jeneil – The winner of all hard waves.

Jenell – The one who is forgiving, reasonable and warm.

Jenelle – Gift from God, variant of Jeanne

Jenelle – Elaborated form of English Jen, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenene – The person who is impartial in her spirits.

Jenessa – Elaborated form of English Jen, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenetta – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenetta – Person who is just and upright.

Jenevieve – Modern phonetic variant of Genevieve.

Jeni – Variant spelling of English Jenny, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenianna – A graceful or favourable lady

Jenibeth – The oath of a white lady

Jeniefer – A lady with the fair complexion

Jenifar – The fairer of all

Jenifer – Variant of Jennifer common in Cornwall. Derived from Guinevere. In Arthurian Mythology Guinevere was Arthur”s queen.

Jenifer – Variant spelling of English Jennifer, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenilee – Blend of Jenny(God is merciful) and Lee (green field).

Jenilyn – A benevolent and merciful

Jenilynn – The one who is benevolent, without malicious intent.

Jenise – .

Jenita – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenn – Variant spelling of English Jen, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jenna – White wave, Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer

Jenna – Derived from the name Jennifer or Jenny, it was made popular by Dallas’s Jenna Wade in the 1980s. It has several meanings, including ‘white’ and ‘little bird’.

Jennabel – Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.

Jennabel – The girl who is just of peace.

Jennabelle – A girl who is just and true

Jennah – Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer

Jennalee – Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.

Jennalyn – Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.

Jennarae – The girl who is just in her spirits.

Jennasee – Modern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.

Jennasee – Latest variation of Jenny (God is gracious) and Jennifer (just and reasonable).

Jennavieve – Phonetic variant of Genevieve.

Jennavieve – One who possess good spiritual moralities.

Jennay – God has given his blessings to me.

Jennelle – Diminutive form of Jeanne.

Jennelle – God’s grace is adequate to all of us.

Jennessa – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jennessa – Combination of Jennifer and Vanessa

Jenneva – Variant of Genevieve (Race of women)

Jennex – One who is attractive and good looking

Jenni – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jenni – Variant spelling of English Jenny, meaning ‘white and smooth.’ Compare with another form of Jenni.

Jennica – Elaborated form of English Jen, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jennie – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jennie – Variant spelling of English Jenny, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jennifer – Fair one, Variant of Guinevere

Jennifer – English form of French Guinevere, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jennis – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jennison – The name Jennison is a girl’s name of English origin.

Jenny – Pet form of English Jennifer, meaning ‘white and smooth.’

Jennyann – Variation of Jenny (God is graceful)

Jennye – God has been fair and yielding

Jenralyn – Refers to an intelligent and bold girl.

Jentrie – Nobility or aristocracy

Jentzie – A noble born or a high born

Jeorjia – Modern phonetic spelling of Georgia meaning farmer

Jeorjia – The girls who works in a farmhouse.

Jeovana – Feminine of Giovanni, variant of Jovana.

Jeovana – Refers to precious talent from God.

Jeovanna – God is gracious. Variant of Giovanna

Jeovanna – God is full of mercy and tender care.

Jera – English name derived from the Old Saxon runic letter jera, meaning ‘year.’

Jeraldeen – One who is a king with spear

Jeralyn – Mixture of jerry (ruler hold the spear) and Marilyn (wishing for a baby).

Jerelyn – Rules by the spear. Blend of Jeri, which is a diminutive form of Geraldine and the suffix -lyn.

Jerelyn – Girl who is having clever mind and daring.

Jeri – Rules by the spear. Diminutive form of Geraldine.

Jeri – Variant spelling of English Jerri, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jerilene – Feminine of gerald, One who is good at spear

Jerilyn – Rules by the spear. Blend of Jeri, which is a diminutive form of Geraldine and the suffix -lyn.

Jerilyn – Rules with spear

Jerilynn – A spear warrior

Jerline – Your mother’s son, Female version of john

Jerri – Variant spelling of English Jerry, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jerrie – Variant spelling of English Jerry, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jerrilyn – Modern blend of jerry and marilyn, Waterfall

Jerry – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Gerry, meaning ‘spear ruler.’ Compare with masculine Jerry.

Jerusha – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeruwsha, meaning ‘dispossessor’ or ‘possessed (by a husband).’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of King Uzziah.

Jesara – Rich, God beholds, a modern variation of Jessica

Jesca – Contracted form of English Jessica, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’

Jeselle – Fair and smooth

Jesmynda – A variant of Jasmine, a fragrant flower

Jess – Short form of English Jessica meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’ Compare with masculine Jess.

Jessa – Pet form of English Jessica, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’

Jessalyn – Elaborated form of English Jessa, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’

Jessame – The one who is rich in properties.

Jessamy – A jasmine flower

Jessamyn – English form of Latin Jessamine, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jessi – Variant spelling of English Jessie, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out,’ and also ‘gift.’

Jessica – English Shakespearean name of the daughter of Shylock, probably based on Hebrew Yiska, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’

Jessie – Feminine form of English Jesse, meaning ‘gift.’

Jessika – Variant spelling of English Jessica, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out.’

Jessye – Variant spelling of English Jessie, meaning ‘one who beholds’ or ‘one who looks out,’ and also ‘gift.’

Jetta – The name Jetta is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘jet’.

Jeva – Easy to give forgiveness

Jewel – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘jewel.’

Jewelia – Jupiter’s child

Jewelianne – Latin feminine form of julianus, which is a derivation of julius the first down the chin, downy-bearded

Jewell – Variant spelling of English Jewel, meaning ‘jewel.’

Jewelle – Derivative of the breton name judicael which was used in honour of the 16th century bishop of salisbury, john jewel

Jezabel – Oath of God, Lord Baal, A variant form of Jezebel

Jezebel – Anglicized 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.

Jifinder – One who has an amazing and mesmerizing personality

Jilian – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian

Jilian – Jilian means youthful person who loves to enjoy her youth part of life.

Jill – Youthful, familar form of Jillian or Gillian

Jill – English short form of Roman Latin Jillian, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Jillaine – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillana – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillanne – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillayne – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jille – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillene – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian

Jillene – Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillesa – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillet – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillian – Youthful, derived from the Latin name Julian

Jillian – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jilliana – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jilliane – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian

Jilliane – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jilliann – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian

Jilliann – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillianna – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian

Jillianna – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillianne – A varient of name Jill. Young Person. In simple words powerful and full of life person.

Jillie – Pet form of English Jill, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Jilly – Jove”s child, abbreviation of Jillian or Gillian

Jilly – In English the importance of the name Jilly is: Abbreviation of Jillian or Gillian. Jove’s tyke.

Jillyn – In English the importance of the name Jillyn is: Abbreviation of Jillian or Gillian. Jove’s tyke.

Jimena – Calm, focused, patient and are complex in nature. People with this name are highly organized and curious to know new things or learn new things in life

Jimi – Modern feminine form of Jimmy, a familar form of James

Jimmi – coomunicative , out going, positive and full of energy people who struggle hard to achieve their goals. They love travelling, friendship and new things.

Jinni – Variation of Jenny, which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer

Jinni – people with this name have urge to help other people and humanity. They are creative and wants to acquire knowledge. They are highly I maginative and visionary.

Jinny – Variation of Jenny, which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer

Jinny – it means white wave. People with this name are dynamic in nature and have powerful and strong attitude. They love to help others because of their variant nature.

Jiselle – Pledge, phonetic spelling of Giselle

Jiselle – it means prettiest girl on earth. Girls with this name are cutest and fun loving. They have good sense of humour and creative.

Jo – A familiar form of Joanna and other names beginning with Jo

Jo – Short form of English Joanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Jo-. Compare with masculine Jo.

Joan

Joan – Medieval English contracted form of Old French Johanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with masculine Joan.

Joana – Variant of Joan, feminine of John

Joandra – Elaborated form of English Joanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Joanie – The name Joanie is a female name that means God is gracious. It has many variations that originate from a Hebrew name Yochanan. Joanie is a version used mostly in England.

Joann – God is gracious, variant of Joan

Joann – Joann is an English female name that means God is gracious. It is a variant of the name Joan, and originates from the Hebrew name Yochanan.

Joanna – Gift from God, variant of Joan, a feminine form of John

Joanne – Gift from God, variant of Joan, a feminine form of John

Joanne – Joanne is a female name and means God is gracious. It has many variations that all originate from Hebrew. This version of the name is mostly used in England or France.

Joannee – Means God is gracious. Female name that originates from a Hebrew name Yochanan. This variant of the name is moslty used in England.

Jobeth – English compound name composed of Jo ‘God is gracious’ and Beth ‘God is my oath.’

Jocelin – Feminine form of English unisex Jocelyn, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Joceline – Feminine form of English unisex Jocelyn, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Jocelyn

Jocelyn – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Old French personal name Joscelin, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Jocelyne – The name means A Person who belongs to a Gauts Tribe

Jocelynn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Jochebed – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowkebed In the bible, this is the name of the mother of Miriam, Aaron and Moses.

Jocosa – Middle English feminine form of English unisex Joyce, meaning ‘lady.’

Joda

Jodene – Elaborated form of English Jody, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Jodi – God increases

Jodi – Variant spelling of English Jody, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Jodie – Variant spelling of English Jody, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Jody

Jody – Pet form of English Judith, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’ Compare with masculine Jody.

Joeanne – God is gracious, variant of Joan

Joelle – English form of French Joelle, meaning ‘Jehovah is God’ or ‘to whom Jehovah is God.’

Joellen – Feminine of Joel ,al powers belongs to the God he is the real Lord

Joetta – Gracious, Jeovah is God emotional, fragile and capricious dreamer woman

Johamma – Asssociated form of name Johannese means God is mild and good hearted

Johana – God is merciful and gracious,God has favoured

Johna – Variant spelling of English Johnna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Johnavon – God has favoured ,he is merciful benovlent ,kind and gracious

Johnelle – Modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Johnetta – Modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Johnette – God has given ,he has regarded and considered,he is merciful and kind hearted

Johnna – Modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Johnna – Feminine form of English John, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Johnnie – Modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Johnnie – English unisex pet form of John and Johnna, both meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Joi – Variant spelling of English Joy, meaning ‘joy.’

Joiha – Originated from the old word joy meaning happiness and pleasure

Jois – Associated form of the name Joyce meaning liveliness, charm and bless

Joisse – Variant spelling of English Joyce, meaning ‘lady.’

Jojo – Unisex pet form of English Joe ‘(God) shall add (another son)’ and Jo ‘God is gracious.’

Jolean – it means gracious, pretty and merciful. Expressive, fun loving and have good sense of humour. They are creative and happy persons.

Joleane – it means He (God) will increase. People with this name always seek the quality of life and desire to get the best. They are sensitive in nature.

Jolee – Cheerful, pretty

Jolee – it means cheerful and pretty. Such people are kind hearted and generous. They love helping people and making friends. They are more obliged towards their families.

Joleen – it means something well established. People with this name are organized and love making friends. They have bold and mature attitude.

Joleicia – honest, brilliant, high of inspiration people. they posses the leader quality and believe in law and methodical behaviour in every thing.

Joleigh – Cheerful, pretty

Jolene – Beautiful, variant of Jolie

Jolene – he will increase

Joli – Cheerful, pretty

Joli – countly and cheerful are the owrd meanings. People with this name have desire for loving companions. They tend to be leaders and are focused towards their goal.

Jolie – Cheerful, pretty

Jolina – Beautiful, variant of Jolie

Joline – Beautiful, variant of Jolie

Joline – he will increase

Jollene – such people are powerful and are focused towards their aim. They attain good wealth in their life. If they will implement their ideas, they will surely be successful.

Jonalyn – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonay – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonelle – Pet form of English Jonie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jonet – the name means rejoicing, people with this name love to travel and are involved in many social activities. They are active and fast.

Jonetta – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonette – Diminutive form of English Jonie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Joni – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Joni – Variant spelling of English Jonie, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jonie – Feminine form of English John, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jonina – it means cheerful or joyful. People with this name are charmful, youthful and natural in personality.they are truthful and easily captivate others.

Jonix – the name means cheerful or merry. They are flexible in nature and easily adapt new changes in life. They enjoy their life and love everlast.

Jonjay – these people work in temples, cathedrals or temples because they have responsible attitude and love helping other people. intelligent and good advisers.

Jonn – such people are elegant and value their relations. They go in the profession of handcrafts or mechanic. They do dream big.

Jonna – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonna – Variant spelling of English Johnna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jonni – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonnie – God is gracious, modern feminine variant of John and Jon

Jonquil – English name derived from the name of the ‘jonquil flower,’ from Latin juncus, meaning ‘rush.’

Jools – Variant spelling of English Jules, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Joplin – The name Joplin is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘the afflicted’.

Jorcina – Farmer, variant of Georgia and Georgina

Jordan – Anglicized 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.

Jordana – Feminine form of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordanna – Down flowing, Jordanna is a variant of the Hebrew name Jordan. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades.

Jordanne – Down flowing, Jordanna is a variant of the Hebrew name Jordan. The river in Palestine where Jesus was baptized has been used as a given name since the Crusades.

Jordi – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordie, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordie – Pet form of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordon – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordyn – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jori – To flow downward, diminutive form of Jordan.

Jorie – Short form of English Marjorie, meaning ‘pearl.’

Jorja – Modern phonetic variant of Georgia

Jorja – Modern spelling of English Georgia, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Josalind – Modern blend of Jocelyn and Rosalind

Josalyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Josalynn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Joscelyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Josepha – Feminine form of English Joseph, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Josephine – English form of French Josephine, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Josette – Pet form of French Josephine, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Josie – God will add, short form of Josephine

Josie – Pet form of English Josephine, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Josilyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Joslyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Joslynn – Joyful and jubilant, strives to always smile.

Joss – Pet form of English unisex Jocelyn, meaning ‘Gaut.’ Compare with strictly masculine Joss.

Josslyn – Feminine form of English unisex Jocelyn, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Journee – A spelling variant of Journey. Of course a journey brings you from one place to another and so does a baby. For some there’s a spiritual aspect to this name.

Journei – Variant of Journey, on a quest, searching.

Journey – Journey means a trip. It also the name of a popular ’80s band.

Journi – Variant of Journey, on a quest, searching.

Joy – Joyous, merry, derived from joie, a word with Middle English and Old French lineage

Joy – Derived from the vocabulary meaning literally ‘joy’, or from the Spanish meaning ‘inexpensive , beautiful Jewel’.

Joyann – the name means rejoicing, people with this name love to travel and are involved in many social activities. They are active and fast.

Joyce – Joyous, merry, derived from Latin word jocosa, meaning joyous, a possible variant of Jocelyn

Joyce – English unisex form of Norman French Josce, meaning ‘lord.’ In the Middle Ages, this was a masculine name, now it is almost strictly feminine.

Joyceanne – Blend of the names Joyce (rejoicing) and Ann (graceful)

Joyceanne – it means cheerful or joyful. People with this name are charmful, youthful and natural in personality.they are truthful and easily captivate others.

Joycelyn – Cheerful, merry

Joycelynn – the name means cheerful or merry. They are flexible in nature and easily adapt new changes in life. They enjoy their life and love everlast.

Joyceta – these people work in temples, cathedrals or temples because they have responsible attitude and love helping other people. intelligent and good advisers.

Joydev – such people are elegant and value their relations. They go in the profession of handcrafts or mechanic. They do dream big.

Joye – Variant spelling of English Joy, meaning ‘joy.’

Joyelle – Rejoicing

Joylynn – Combination of two words ‘Joy’ and ‘Lynn’ where Joy means happiness, delight or great pleasure and Lynn is an English surname which was derived from Welsh llyn ‘lake’

Jozlyn

Juanita – Pet form of Spanish Juana, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ This is the feminine form of Juanito.

Judi – Variant spelling of English Judy, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Judie – Variant spelling of English Judy, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Judith – Anglicized 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.

Judy – Pet form of English Judith, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Juet – The name means Gift from God

Juete – Juete name means The Lord is Gracious

Juetta – The meaning of the name is Merciful

Juhota – Juhota name means One Who is Merciful

Juicia – A capable, practical and versatile being

Julene – the word means youth. These people prove to be very lucky and natural in their attitude. They do not bear fake personalities.

Jules – Pet form of Roman Latin Julia, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Juli – English variant spelling of French Julie, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Julius, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Juliana – A variant of Julia meaning youthful, it has many variants that are popular as English, German, Polish, Spanish & Portuguese names.

Juliane – young and fearless.such people are easy going and have urge to seek knowledge. They have a lot of qualities and love their family and friends.

Julianna – it means young and youthful or Joves child. These people are abundant, organized, full of ideas and useful for others.

Julianne – English feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Juliany – they are the great listeners and advicers. They take care of their physical appearance and prove to be youthful. They listen to their hearts.

Julie – French form of Roman Latin Julia, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julienna – they live their life with full luxury and have neatness . Their social circle is very big and easily inspire others.

Juliet – The name Juliet is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘youthful’.

Julieta – Young at heart, youthful personality, loyal.

Juliette – Pet form of French Julie, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julija – they are known because of being social and get fame. They become wealthy with the passage of time. They are admirable persons.

Julitta – people with this name are old fashioned and have hidden talent. they are able to make themselves ideal and are loyal.

July – English name derived from the name of the month which was named after Julius C?sar, hence ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Juna – Juna means Young Person

June – English name derived from the name of the month which was named after the Roman goddess Juno, meaning ‘vital force.’

Junifa – A patient and reserch oriented being

Juniper – Juniper is an English name and represents a small, evergreen shrub bearing berries

Jurnee – A spelling variant of journey, which is a trip that brings you from one place to another. For some there’s a spiritual aspect to this name.

Justeene – Just, upright, feminine form of Justin

Justice – English unisex name derived from a Middle English and Old French byname for a fair-minded person, meaning ‘equity, justice.’

Justina – Feminine form of Roman Latin Justinus, meaning ‘fair, just.’ Compare with another form of Justina.

Justine – Feminine form of English Justin, meaning ‘fair, just.’

Justise – Old English – Justice, Just

Justy – Unisex pet form of English Justin and Justine, both meaning ‘fair, just.’

Justyce – Seeker of the truth, strives for equality and fairness.

Juthwara – Juthwara means ‘Aud the Virgin’

Juwete – An imaginative, creative and friendly person

Jyl – Jove”s child, abbreviation of Jillian or Gillian

Jyl – Jyl name means Jove’s (Jupiter’s) Child

Jyll – Jove”s child, abbreviation of Jillian or Gillian

Jyllina – Jove”s child, variant of Gillian, from the masculine Julian

English girl names starting with K

K.C.

Kacee

Kacey – Alert, vigorous, a phonetic form of the initials K.C. or variant of the Irish name Casey

Kacey – Variant spelling of English Casey, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’

Kaci – Kaci means Vigorous

Kacibrel – Kacibrel means Alert

Kacie – Alert, vigorous, a phonetic form of the initials K.C. or variant of the Irish name Casey

Kacie – Variant spelling of English Kacey, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’

Kacy

Kacy – The name Kacy means Alert, Alarm

Kadee – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kadence – This unisex name is derived from the musical term cadence which is the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Kadi – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kadi – Kadi means Rhyming

Kadia – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kadian – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kadian – Kadian means Pure,Rhytmic

Kadie – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady.

Kadieann – Kadieann means Rhyming, Pure

Kadienne – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kadienne – Kadienne means a rhythmic flow of sounds

Kady – Variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds

Kadynce – The mane means ‘A melodic or harmonic pattern that signals the end of a phrase’.

Kae – Variant spelling of English Kay, a short form of names beginning with ‘K.’ Compare with masculine Kae.

Kaedee – Rhyming variant of Katy or Cady

Kaelah

Kaelea – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaelee – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaeleigh

Kaeleigh – The name means Keeper of the Keys

Kaelene – Variant of Kayley

Kaelene – Kaelene means Keeper of the Keys, Pure

Kaeley

Kaeley – The name means She who has the Keys

Kaeli

Kaeli – Kaeli means Pure, Keyholder

Kaelia – Kaelia means Holder of the Keys

Kaelie

Kaelie – Kaelie means Pure, Keeper of the Keys

Kaelin – Variant of Kayley

Kaelyn – Variant of Kayley

Kaelyn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaelyne – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaelynn – Variant of Kayley

Kaelynn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaesha – Modern form of Kacie

Kaesha – Kaesha means Vigorous

Kaety – Variant spelling of English Katie, meaning ‘pure.’

Kahli – Modern variant of Callie

Kaianna – Kaianna means Victory of the People

Kaila

Kaila – Altered form of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’ Compare with another form of Kaila.

Kailan – Variant of Kayley

Kailan – Kailan means Keeper of Keys, Pure

Kailee – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kailene – Variant of Kayley

Kailey – Keeper of the keys, pure

Kailey – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kailin – The name means Keeper of the Keys

Kaily – Variant of Kailey, demure, always a favorite among friends.

Kailyn – Variant of Kayley

Kailyn – Variant spelling of English Kaylyn, meaning ‘girl.’

Kailynn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kailynne – Variant of Kayley

Kailynne – Kailynne means She who has the Keys

Kaitlin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Kaitlyn – Variant spelling of English Kaitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Kaitlynn – Variant spelling of English Kaitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Kalan – Variant of Kayley

Kalee

Kalee – Kalee name means Fair, Pure, Keeper of the Keys

Kaleigh – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaley – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kalie

Kalie – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kalin – Variant of Kayley

Kalisha – Modern English creation that is an elaborated form either of Lisha (a short form of longer names ending with -isha) or Alisha (‘noble sort’).

Kalla – Variant spelling of English Calla, meaning ‘beauty.’

Kalli – Modern variant of Callie

Kallie – Modern variant of Callie

Kallima – Kallima means The Name of the Butteerfly

Kallita – Modern variant of Callie

Kallita – Kallita name means From the Woods

Kally – Modern variant of Callie.

Kalmia – Kalmia is a name of the Flower

Kalyn – Variant of Kayley

Kalyn – Variant spelling of English Kaylyn, meaning ‘girl.’

Kalynn – Kalynn means The One who Keeps the Keys

Kalynne – The name means Keykeeper

Kalysta – English variant spelling of Latin Callista, meaning ‘most beautiful.’

Kambria

Kambria – Kambrian means Wales

Kamdyn – Variant of Camden, free-spirited, refused to make plans, goes with the flow.

Kamella

Kameron – Crooked nose

Kami – Variant of names like Kamelia and Kamille.

Kamille – A variant of Camille.

Kamiyah – Lover of art and music, seeks to understand different cultures.

Kamlyn – Variant of names like Kamelia and Kamille.

Kamlyn – A combination of name Kama and Lynn

Kammi

Kammie – Variant of names like Kamelia and Kamille.

Kamrin – Modern variant of Cameron used for girls.

Kamrin – Kamrin name means Crooked Nose

Kamryn – English feminine form of Scottish unisex Cameron, meaning ‘crooked nose.’

Kandace

Kandace – English variant spelling of Greek Kandake, meaning ‘prince of servants.’

Kandee – Kandee name means Ethiopian Queen

Kandi – Pet form of English Kandace, meaning ‘prince of servants.’

Kandice – Kandice The Queen of Ethiopia

Kandie – The name The Mother Queen

Kandis

Kandis – Latin – Pure, English – Candy, Modern variant of Candace

Kandiss – Kandiss means Ethiopian Queens

Kandy – Latin – Pure, English – Candy, Modern variant of Candace

Kandyce

Kandyce – The name means a Title Used by Ethiopian Queens

Kansate – A reserved, poised and gracious being

Kara

Kara – Variant spelling of English Cara, meaning either ‘beloved’ or ‘friend.’

Karaleigh – The name means Pure and Fair Waoman

Karan – Pure

Karaugh – Variant spelling of English Kara, meaning either ‘beloved’ or ‘friend.’

Karen

Karen – Danish form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning ‘pure.’ This name was brought to America by Scandinavian settlers.

Karena – Variant spelling of English Carina, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with another form of Karena.

Karenza – Variant spelling of English Kerensa, meaning ‘love.’

Kari – Variant spelling of English Carrie, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with another form of Kari.

Karina – Pure, abbreviation of Katherine

Karina – Variant spelling of English Carina, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with other forms of Karina.

Karis

Karissa – Variant spelling of English Charissa, meaning ‘grace.’

Karla

Karla – Feminine form of German Karl, meaning ‘man.’

Karlee – Variant spelling of English Carlie, meaning ‘man.’

Karlene – Pet form of German Karla, meaning ‘man.’

Karly – Variant spelling of English Carly, meaning ‘man.’

Karmina – Karmina means Orchard

Karol – Feminine variant of Charles (manly)

Karolyn – English variant form of French Caroline, meaning ‘man.’

Karon – Pure, abbreviation of Katherine

Karon – English variant spelling of Danish Karen, meaning ‘pure.’

Karren – Pure, abbreviation of Katherine

Karrie – Variant spelling of English Carrie, meaning ‘man.’

Karrington – Desired, sought after, wanted, center of attention.

Karter – Variant of Carter, the name means someone who brings things from one place to another.

Karyn – Pure, abbreviation of Katherine

Karyn – English variant spelling of Danish Karen, meaning ‘pure.’

Karyna – Variant spelling of English Carina which originally meant ‘shell of a nut,’ later ‘keel of a ship.’

Kasandra – English variant spelling of Latin Cassandra, meaning ‘she who entangles men.’

Kasen – A dame of purity

Kasey – Variant spelling of English unisex Casey, meaning ‘vigilant, wakeful.’

Kasia – Alert. vigorous. Modern variant of Casey.

Kassia – English variant spelling of Latin Cassia, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon. Compare with another form of Kassia.

Kassidy – Variant spelling of English unisex Cassidy, meaning ‘curly(-headed).’

Kassie

Kassy – Pet form of English Kassia, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kat – Pure

Kat – Pet form of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katale – Katale name means Strogner than You

Katara – Katara means Blessed

Kataya – Kataya means The Unsullied one

Kate

Kate – The name Kate is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘pure’.

Katee – Variant spelling of English Katie, meaning ‘pure.’

Katelin – Variant spelling of English Kaitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Katelina – Katelina means the Clear One

Katelinn – Means the One who is Pure

Katelinne – Katelinne means The Clear, Pure one

Katelyn

Katelyn – Variant spelling of English Katelin, meaning ‘pure.’

Katelynn – Pure

Katelynn – Variant spelling of English Katelyn, meaning ‘pure.’

Katerin – Katerin means Torture

Kateryna – Kateryna means Pure, Simple

Kateryne – Kateryne means Plain, Clear

Katey – Variant spelling of English Katie, meaning ‘pure.’

Kath – Short form of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katharine – Variant spelling of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katharyn – Variant spelling of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathee – Kathee means Pure, Natural

Katherine – English form of Latin Katherina, meaning ‘pure.’

Katheryn – Variant spelling of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katheryne – Variant spelling of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathi – Variant spelling of English Kathy, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathia – Kathia means Pure, Natural

Kathian – The name means True, Plain

Kathie – Variant spelling of English Kathy, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathire – Kathire means Clear, Plain

Kathleen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathlyn – Variant spelling of English Kathleen, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathrine

Kathryn

Kathryn – Variant spelling of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Kathryne – Means Plain, Pure, Clear

Kathy

Kathy – Pet form of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’

Katie – Pure, innocent, a familiar form of Catherine, Katherine, and their spelling variants that can stand as an independent name as well

Katie-Louise – As a variant of the name Katherine, Katie is a shortened version that means ‘Pure’. The name Louise has several powerful meanings to it, including ‘loud, fighter and warrior’.

Katie – The name Katie is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin meaning ‘pure’.

Katilynn – The name means Clear, Transparent

Katin – Katin means Daughter with Power

Katlyn

Katlyn – Variant spelling of English Kaitlin, meaning ‘pure.’

Katrianna – The name means Pure, Neat

Katrina – Variant spelling of English Catrina, meaning ‘pure.’ Compare with another form of Katrina.

Katriona – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Catriona and Scottish Gaelic Catriona, both meaning ‘pure.’

Katryna – Variant spelling of English Katrina, meaning ‘pure.’

Katy – Variant spelling of English Katie, meaning ‘pure.’

Kay – Pure, keeper of the keys, also an abbreviation of Katherine. Sir Kay was one of King Arthur”s knights.

Kay – Short form of names beginning with the letter ‘K.’

Kayanna – Variants of Kay keeper of the keys, pure

Kayce

Kaycee – English short form of longer names beginning with the letter ‘K.’ Compare with masculine Kay.

Kaydence – This unisex name is derived from the musical term cadence which is the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Kaydra – The name means She keeps the Keys

Kaye – Variants of Kay keeper of the keys, pure

Kaye – Variant spelling of English Kay, a short form of longer names beginning with the letter ‘K.’

Kayla – Laurel, crown

Kayla – Variant form of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’ Compare with another form of Kayla.

Kaylah – .

Kaylea

Kayleah – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaylee

Kaylee – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kayleen – Variant of Kayley

Kayleen – Probably a variant spelling of English Kaylyn, meaning ‘girl.’

Kayleigh

Kayleigh – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaylen – Variant of Kayley

Kayley – Uncertain meaning, Kayley could likely derive from a Gaelic word meaning slender, but may also be a variant of Kay.

Kayley – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Caollaidhe, ‘descendant of Caolladhe,’ hence ‘slender.’

Kayli

Kayli – Kayli means The Pure one who holds the keys

Kaylie – Laurel, crown

Kaylie – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kayliegh – Kayliegh name means Female Keeper of the Keys

Kaylil – The name means The Key Keeper

Kaylin – Variant of Kayley

Kaylin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cailin, meaning ‘girl.’

Kaylinh – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaylinn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaylinne – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kayly – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Kaylyn – Variant of Kayley

Kaylyn – Variant spelling of English Kaylin, meaning ‘girl.’

Kaylynn – Variant of Kayley

Kaylynn – This comination name uses Kay and Lynn and means pure lake.

Keara – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Keatlyn – Keatlyn means She is Pure, Bright and Chaste

Keaton

Keats

Keavy – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhe, meaning ‘beloved, comely.’

Keelan – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a contracted form of the surname Keelahan, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Ceileachain, ‘descendant of Ceileachain,’ hence ‘little companion.’

Keeleigh – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Keeley – Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from the English personal name Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Keelin – Variant spelling of English unisex Keelan, meaning ‘little companion.’

Keely – Variant spelling of English Keeley, meaning ‘slender.’

Keeva – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhe, meaning ‘beloved, comely.’

Keighley – Variant spelling of English Kayley, meaning ‘slender.’

Keila – Probably a variant spelling of English Kayla, meaning ‘slender.’

Keira-Leigh – Meaning ‘little dark one’ and ‘meadow’.

Keira – Variant spelling of English Keara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Keisha

Keisha – Modern form of English Keziah, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Keitha – English feminine form of Scottish Keith, probably meaning ‘forest, wood.’

Keithia – Variant spelling of English Keitha, probably meaning ‘forest, wood.’

Kelan – Variant spelling of English unisex Keelan, meaning ‘little companion.’

Kelcey – Variant spelling of English unisex Kelsey, meaning ‘ship-victory.’

Kelcie – Old English – Ship, Victory, A spelling variant is Kelsey

Kelia – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kell – Short form of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelleigh – Feminine form of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelley – Variant spelling of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelli – Feminine form of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kellsie – From Old English origin meaning ‘ship, victory’ it is an alternative spelling of Kelsey.

Kelly – Anglicized unisex form of Irish Gaelic Ceallach, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelsa – Kelsa means Brave

Kelsea – A variant of the name Kelsey meaning ‘ship’ and ‘victory’.

Kelsey – Spelling variant of Chelsea

Kelsey – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Old Anglo-Saxon personal name Ceolsige, meaning ‘ship-victory.’

Kelsi – From a series of Old English names refering to ships and parts of a ship. Also means ‘victory’.

Kelsie – Island

Kelsie – Most popular in the English language, ‘Kelsie’ is derived from the old English ‘ship’ or ‘victory’.

Kelsy – Kelsy means Heroic, Brave

Kelva – Kelva means I am Stronger Than You

Kelzie – A variant spelling of the name Kelsy, meaning ‘ship’ or ‘victory’. This name can be used for both sexes.

Kenabeth – Kenabeth means Solid, Steady

Kenadona – Kenadona means Clean Water

Kenadone – Kenadone means Clear, Pure Water

Kencil – An intensive and emotional being

Kenda – Feminine short form of English unisex Kendall, meaning ‘exalted effigy.’

Kendahl – The name means The Valley of the River Kent

Kendal

Kendal – Of Old English origin meaning ‘valley of the River Kent’ it is a popular name in Welsh and English.

Kendale – Kendale means the Kent River Valley

Kendall – Valley of the Kent, This surname has become a unisex name and likely refers to a river in England.

Kendall – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Welsh masculine personal name Cynddelw, meaning ‘exalted effigy.’

Kendalynn – Variation of Kendall

Kendra – Blend of Ken (royal obligation, clear water) and Sandra (protector of man) or Andrea (manly or masculine), also feminine form of Kendrick (fearless leader)

Kendra – The name Kendra is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘knowing’.

Kendyl – Variant of Kendall & the name of a river valley meaning royal valley.

Kendyll – Variant of Kendall & the name of a river valley meaning royal valley.

Kenede – Kenede means Child of clear Water, Kent River

Kenia – Kenia means biggest winner in the Welsh origin. It can also be from African origin, named after the country Kenya.

Kenina – Feminine form of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘comely, finely made’ and ‘born of fire.’

Kenisha – Modern creation, possible blend of Kenya and Aisha

Kenisha – The name means Clean Water

Kenlea – Kenlea meansShe is from the Royal Medow

Kenlee – Kenlee means King’s Meadow

Kenleigh – Kenleigh means She is from the Meadow of the Kings

Kenley – The name Kenley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘well-known clearing’.

Kenlie – Kenlie means the Meadow of King’s and Queen’s

Kenlyn – Kenlyn means Girl from the Royal Meadow

Kenna – Born of fire, good-looking, feminine form of Kenneth

Kenna – Feminine form of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘comely, finely made’ and ‘born of fire.’ Compare with another form of Kenna.

Kennady – Variant of Kennedy, strong, safe, protected.

Kennedi – Kennedi means Helmet on the Head

Kennedy – Irish 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.’

Kennice – The name means Beauty

Kennis – Kennis means She posesses Beauty

Kennita – Kennita means From the Bright Valley of the River Kent

Kensington – Kensington means to create something. It is a unisex name.

Kensley – Kensley means The Spring Glade

Kenya – A country in Africa

Kenya – Modern 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.

Kenzie – Short form of Scottish unisex Mackenzie, meaning ‘comely, finely made.’

Kenzington – Handsome, fiery, surname

Kenzington – Kenzington is a place name, of the English town Kensington

Kenzinton – The name means place name, from British town Kensington

Kenzo – Meaning The town of Cynsige’s People

Ker – house

Kerbie – The name means From the Church Village

Kerem – Kerbie means Church Village

Keren-Happuch – Anglicized 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.

Keren-Hapuch – Variant spelling of English Keren-happuch, meaning ‘horn of antimony,’ a black paint used for eye-shadow.

Keren – Anglicized 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.

Kerena – Variant form of English Keren, meaning ‘horn (of an animal).’

Kerenhappuch – Variant spelling of English Keren-happuch, meaning ‘horn of antimony,’ a black paint used for eye-shadow.

Kerenhapuch – Variant spelling of English Keren-happuch, meaning ‘horn of antimony,’ a black paint used for eye-shadow.

Kerensa – English name derived from the Cornish word kerensa, meaning ‘love.’

Kerenza – Variant spelling of English Kerensa, meaning ‘love.’

Keri – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Kerry, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’

Kermeilde – A woman covered in a thin layer of gold. a gilded lady

Kermilda – The name means A Gilded Woman

Kermilla – The name means Gilded

Kermillie – Kermilla means She who is Gilded

Kermit – The name means The Guilded One

Kerri – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Kerry, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’

Kerrie – Variant spelling of English unisex Kerry, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’

Kerry – English unisex name derived from the name of an Irish county, Ciarrai, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’

Kersey – A dry land in watery areas specially marsh

Kerstin – Low German form of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Keshia – Variant form of English Keisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kessler – The name means Ship and Siege

Kestrel – English 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.

Ketty – Ketty means Ruler

Keturah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qetuwrah, meaning ‘incense.’ In the bible, this is the name of Abraham’s second wife.

Ketzia – Variant spelling of English Kezia, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kevia – Beautiful child, feminine form of Kevin

Keyma – Keyma means Stronger than Others

Keysha – Variant spelling of English Keisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kezia – Anglicized 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.

Keziah – Variant spelling of English Kezia, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kharlia – Kharlia means Free man

Kherington – The name means She is Sprung from the Fire

Khloe – Khloe means Greenery

Khloee – Khloee means Blooming

Khloei – Khloei Green Shoot

Khrystalline – Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. K from the Greek spelling of krystallos.

Kiana – Soft, silky

Kiara – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kiarn – A righteous and keen individual

Kiarra – Variant spelling of English Kiara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kiera – Variant spelling of English Kiara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kierra – Variant spelling of English Kiara, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kiersten – Modern English spelling of Old English Kirsten, meaning ‘stone church,’ or Danish/Norwegian Kirsten, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kiki – English pet form of names beginning with the letter ‘K.’

Kiley – Variant spelling of English Kylie, meaning ‘slender.’ Compare with another form of Kiley.

Kilie – Variant spelling of English Kylie, meaning ‘slender.’ Compare with another form of Kilie.

Kim – Warrior chief

Kim – Short form of English unisex Kimberley, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’ Compare with another form of Kim.

Kimbecc – A assertive, humble and positive person

Kimber – Short form of Kimberly, which is an English surname with an original meaning now unknown, but which almost certainly refers to a meadow. Some speculation exists that it is derived from a word referring to a royal meadow camp.

Kimber – A variant of Kimberly, an English surname meaning wooded area. Its South African roots come from a diamond mining town.

Kimberiee – Kimberiee means From the Royal Fortress Meadow

Kimberieigh – Name means Royal Meadow

Kimberle – Means From the Royal Forest

Kimberlea – The name means From the Royal Meadow

Kimberlee – Feminine form of English unisex Kimberley, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kimberleigh – Feminine form of English unisex Kimberley, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kimberley – English 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.’

Kimberli – Kimberli means One from the Royal Meadow

Kimberlie – Kimberlie means Girl From The Royal Meadow

Kimberlin – Means Cyneburg’s field

Kimberly – Kimber’s meadow

Kimberly – Of Old English origin, meaning ‘wood’ or ‘clearing’, it is a popular girls name, although can also be used as a boys name.

Kimberlyn – Modern English blend of Kimberly ‘King’s City Meadow’ and Lynn ‘lake.’

Kimberlynn – This name combines ‘Kimberly,’ which means a chief or ruler, with ‘Lynn,’ which means a waterfall.

Kimbery – Kimbery means Royal Woods

Kimbra – Pet form of English Kimberly, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kimbria – A royal fortress or a meadow

Kimbriella – A person who is truly devoted

Kimbro – Kimbro means From the Royal Field

Kimbrough – The name means From the royal meadow

Kimby – One who came from the wood of the royal forest

Kimery – Kimery originates from a name of the place called Kyme

Kimm – Kimm means Cyneburg’s field

Kimmey – Kimmey means Chief

Kimmy – Pet form of English Kimberly, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kinborough – Medieval English form of Anglo-Saxon Cyneburga, meaning ‘royal fortress.’

Kinda – Kinda means Valley of the Kent River

Kindal – Kindal name means Comes from the Valley of Kent River

Kindall – Kindall means Valley of the River

Kindness – Kindness means She,who is Kind

Kindra – Blend of Ken: (royal obligation,clear water) and Sandra: (protector of man) or Andrea: (manly or masculine).

Kineburga – Kineburga is an old English name, Means the Daughter of Christian faith

Kingslea – Kindslea means King’s meadow

Kingsleu – The name means The Meadow of Kings

Kingsley – English 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.’

Kinlee – Kinlee means White Warrior

Kinleigh – Royal field, wide open spaces.

Kinsay – Royal victory

Kinsey – Victorious

Kinsey – The name Kinsey is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘king’s victory’.

Kinslea – Kinslea means She Comes from the Meadow of the King

Kinslee – Kinslee means land of the King. The name can also be used for boys.

Kinsleigh – Variant of Kinslee, meaning land of the King. The name can also be used for boys.

Kinsley – Kinsley means ‘King’s meadow’ or ‘King’s field’ and is used mainly in the English language.

Kinslie – Kinslie means King’s Field

Kinzay – Royal victory

Kinzee – Royal victory

Kinzey – Royal victory

Kinzlee – This name is a variation of ‘Kinsey,’ which means offspring or a relative.

Kinzley – Royal field, wide open spaces.

Kipp – from the pointed hill

Kirby – Church village, Teutonic residence, The Kirby coat of arms came into existence centuries ago. The process of creating coats of arms (often called family crests) began in the eighth and ninth centuries.

Kirby

Kirklie – the name means Meadow by the Church

Kirsey – Kirsey means Dry Land in Marsh

Kirstal – a clear colourless glass, used as a gemstone

Kirsteen – Variant spelling of Scottish Kirstin, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kirsten

Kirsten – Of Old English origins, cirice meaning church which derives from the Greek kuriakos meaning ‘of the Lord’

Kirsti – Finnish form of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kirstie – Pet form of Scottish Kirstin, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kirstin – Variant spelling of Scottish Kirstine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kirstine – Scottish form of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kirsty – Pet form of Scottish Kirstine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kisha – Variant spelling of English Keisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kismet – fate, destiny

Kit

Kit – Pet form of English Katherine, meaning ‘pure.’ Compare with masculine Kit.

Kitena – One who is pure and unsullied

Kitlyn – Medieval English form of the Irish Caitlin. Pure

Kitti – Variant spelling of English Kitty, meaning ‘pure.’ Compare with another form of Kitti.

Kitty

Kitty – The name Kitty is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘pure’.

Kitzi – Kitzi means Beautiful and Fair Girl

Kiyle – Kiyle means Narrows

Kiyrah – The name means The Black and Dark Person

Kizzie – Pet form of English Keziah, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Kizzy – Variant spelling of English Kizzie, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Klaire – Klaire means Bright and Clear

Klara – English form of Latin Clara, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Klaudia – English variant spelling of Roman Latin Claudia, meaning ‘lame.’ Compare with another form of Klaudia.

Klimentina – Klementina means Kind and Sparing

Kodey – Variant spelling of English unisex Kody, meaning ‘helper.’

Kody – Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning ‘helper.’

Kogon – Kogon means a Woman with Confidence

Kohita – One who is like a wildflower

Kolbie – Kolbie means Coal Town

Kolleen – Variant spelling of English Colleen, meaning ‘girl.’

Kolour – English variant of the word ‘color’ used as a name.

Kolynn – One who is responsible and stable minded

Koral – Koral means Coral, Deep Pink

Koribella – Koribella is mostly used as a surname, means Holder of the Spear

Korin – Korin means a Warrior with a Spear

Korina – Korina means Spear Warrior

Korinna – The name means Woman Warrior with a Spear

Korinne – Korinne Woman With a Spear

Korrine – English variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning ‘maiden.’

Kortney – Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning ‘short nose.’

Koti – One with stable and content mind

Kotihoma – One with easy going and pleasant personality

Kourtney – Variant of Courtney meaning short-nosed. It also sometimes used as a boy’s name.

Kreeli – Kreeli means a Girl with Charms and Beauty

Krichelle – Modern Michelle-variation

Krichia – Krichia means She is of Noble Born

Krie – Krie means I am Stronger than You

Kris – English unisex short form of longer names beginning with Kris-.

Krispy – Fresh, super crunchy, Spell variant of crispy

Krissy – Variant spelling of English Chrissy, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krista

Krista – Variant spelling of Latin Christa, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with another form of Krista.

Kristal – Derived from the vocabulary , meaning ‘crystal’, refering to the clear glass of the same name.

Kristalena – Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. K from the Greek spelling of krystallos.

Kristeen – English form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristel – Variant spelling of English Crystal, meaning ‘crystal, ice.’

Kristen

Kristen – German form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristena – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Kristi – Variant spelling of English Kristy, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with another form of Kristi.

Kristia – English variant spelling of French Christia, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristiane – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Kristiane – Kristiane means A Christian. One Who Loves Christ

Kristianna – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Kristianne – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Kristie – Variant spelling of English Kristy, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristin – Short form of Scandinavian Kristina and English Kristina, both meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristina – English variant spelling of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with another form of Kristina.

Kristine – English variant spelling of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with another form of Kristine.

Kristy – Variant spelling of English Christy, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kristyn – A follower of Christ

Kristyne – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Kristyne – A christian girl

Krystabelle – Sparkling, K from the Greek Spelling of Krystallos, Krystal is a variant form of Krystabelle

Krystal

Krystal – A variation of the name Crystal, meaning ‘christian woman’ and ‘crystal’.

Krystalyn – Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. K from the Greek spelling of krystallos.

Krystalyn – The name means Her Faith is Christian

Krystalynn – Variant of Crystal. Sparkling. K from the Greek spelling of krystallos.

Krystalynn – The meaning of the name is She of Christian Faith

Krystelle – Variant spelling of English Crystal, meaning ‘crystal, ice.’

Krysten – English variant spelling of German Kristen, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krystian – Krysian means He Who belongs to Christian Faith

Krystiana – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Krystiana – The name means She sho belongs to Christian Faith

Krystianna – Variant of Christine. Christian.

Krystianna – The name means Woman of Christian Faith

Krystin – Krystin means the one Faithful to Christ

Krystina – English variant spelling of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krystine – Variant of Christine, christian.

Krystine – English variant spelling of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Krystle – Variant spelling of English Crystal, meaning ‘crystal, ice.’

Krystyn – The name means Her religion is Christianity

Krystyna – Krystyna means The Follower of the Christ

Kya – A variant of the English name Kia and is of English origin.

Kylillah – A versatile and intuitive being

Kylyne – A philosophical, narrow minded and charming individual

Kylynn – A name for sweet and spiritual person

Kym – Feminine form of English unisex Kim, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kymber – This name is a variation of ‘Kimber,’ which is a short version of ‘Kimberly,’ meaning a chief or ruler.

Kymberlee – The name means Cyneburg’s field

Kymberly – Kymberly means from Cyneburg’s field

Kymme – Means Brave King, Bolde

Kynborough – A royar fortress, or a royal stronghold

Kyndal – Variant of Kendall & the name of a river valley meaning royal valley.

Kyndall – Variant of Kendall & the name of a river valley meaning royal valley.

Kyndra – Kyndra means High Hills

Kynlee – A variant of Kenley, this English surname means king’s meadow.

Kynley – The name means She is from the Royal Meadow

Kynnedi – Variant of Kennedy, strong, safe, protected.

Kynnley – The meaning of the name is She comes from the Royal Fortress

Kynslee – Variant of Kinsley, royal field, wide open spaces.

Kynzay – Royal victory

Kynzee – Royal victory

Kyrsten – English form of Scottish Kirsten, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kyrstin – Krystin means She Who holds Christ in her Heart

English girl names starting with L

Laaek – Laaek means Still Water

Laara – Laara means Famous Woman

Lacee

Lacey

Lacey – The name Lacey is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘from Lassy’.

Laci

Lacie – Variant spelling of English Lacy, meaning ‘lace-like.’

Lacy – Belonging to Lassy

Lacy – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘lace-like.’

Ladonna – Elaborated form of English Donna, meaning ‘lady.’

Lady – Pet form of English Adelaide, meaning ‘noble sort.’ In some instances it may be derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘lady.’

Laekyn – Cheerfull and Happy Woman

Laeppa – Old English word meaning A thorn’s end, the pointy end of the thorn

Lagina – Modern elaborated form of English Gina, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Lagliua – The name means By The Lake

Laguia – Laguia means Close to the Lake

Laidey – Variant spelling of English Lady, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Laikon – A water body, one wo lives by the water lake or water stream

Laina

Laina – Laina means Path, Lane

Laine – Path, road

Laineigh – Means Path from the Meadow

Lainey – English pet form of French Elaine, possibly meaning ‘torch.’

Laingleah – Long field or woodland

Lainglee – Long field or woodland

Laingley – Long field or woodland

Laingly – Long field or woodland

Lainie – Lainie means Bright Shining One

Lakaisha

Lake

Lakeesha – Lakeesha means Happy

Lakeisha – Elaborated form of English Keisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Laken – This nature name is unisex and is a variant of the name Lake.

Lakesha

Lakesha – Joyful, Happy

Lakeshia – Variant spelling of English Lakeisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Lakeysha – Alive and Well, Cassia tree

Lakisha

Lakisha – Variant spelling of English Lakeisha, meaning ‘cassia,’ a bark similar to cinnamon.

Lakken – A person who comes from the still waters

Lakona – A woman who lives near still waters

Lakyn – She who comes from the lake or a body of water

Lalaine – A woman who works hard for her independence

Lalla – English pet form of Greek Lalage, meaning ‘to babble.’

Lallie – English pet form of Greek Lalage, meaning ‘to babble.’

Lally – Variant spelling of English Lallie, meaning ‘to babble.’

Lamb – A person with a young mind

Lana – A short form of the name Alana, derived from the Breton masculine name Alan meaning ‘little rock’.

Landree – The one who comes of the rough terrain

Landrie – Name that describes people who live on rough terrain

Landry – Ruler of the place

Landry – The one who rules the land

Lane – Path or small roadway

Lane – From a narrow lane

Lanee – Torch

Lanelle – Version of the name Lane, meaning path, long meadow

Lanette – Fair, good looking woman

Laney

Laney – Variant spelling of English Lainey, possibly meaning ‘torch.’

Lang – Long field

Langhiue – Lasting Life, the one who is tall

Langhuie – Long life, the lasting one

Langlaua – An angel who once inhabited in England

Langlea – Long field or woodland

Langlee – Long field

Langleigh – From the old meadow

Langley – From the long meadow, a surname and traditionally a boys” name, now being used for both genders. Langley, Virginia, is the famous home of the CIA.

Langley – Long field

Langlie – Long field

Lanice – Good-looking, fair one

Lanie

Lanie – Roadwat, path

Lanisa – the Heavenly one

Laniyah – Sensitive, caring and thoughtful.

Lanna – Precious and valued person

Lanore – One who is bright and light

Laquisha

Lara – English variant spelling of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’ Compare with another form of Lara.

Laraine – English variant spelling of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lareina

Lareyna – English elaborated form of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lari – English pet form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Lark – Lark, a songbird

Lark – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Old English lawcere, meaning ‘song-bird.’

Larke – Lark

Larkee – Lark

Larken – A bird Lark with extravagan singing that is a symbol for Love and Daybreak

Larkey – Lark

Larkin – Songbird, also an adapted surname meaning belonging to Laurence

Larkspur – A spurshaped blossom flower of blue colour

Larya – She who is crowned with Honor and Fame

Laryn – Variant spelling of English Lauren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lasean – God is gracious

Lashaun – God is gracious

Lashaune – God is gracious

Lashaunna – God is gracious

Lashaunnah – God is gracious

Lashaunne – God is gracious

Lashawn – Modern feminine form of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Lashawnda – God is gracious

Lashawne – God is gracious

Lashay – Elaborated feminine form of English unisex Shay, probably meaning ‘strong.’

Lashonda – Elaborated form of English Shawna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Lassie – A Girl who is small, slender and pettite

Latanya – English elaborated form of Latin Tania, probably meaning ‘father.’

Latasha – Joyful, glad, modern variant of Letitia

Latasha – English elaborated form of Russian Tasha, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Latashah – Christmas Day

Latashia – Christmas Day

Latesha – One who is high spirits, happy and joyous

Laticia – Joyous, happy Girl

Latisha

Latisha – Variant spelling of English Letitia, meaning ‘happiness.’

Latishah – Christmas Day

Latona – Priceless, flower

Latonah – Priceless, flower

Latoniah – Priceless, flower

Latonja – Priceless, flower

Latonya – Elaborated form of English Tonya, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Latonyah – Priceless, flower

Latoya – Elaborated form of English Toya, probably meaning ‘toy.’

Latrecia – Weary traveller

Latreciah – Weary traveller

Latresh – Weary traveller

Latresha – Weary traveller

Latreshia – Weary traveller

Latreshiah – Weary traveller

Latreshya – Weary traveller

Latrica – Weary traveller

Latricah – Weary traveller

Latrice – Weary traveller

Latricia – Weary traveller

Latriciah – Weary traveller

Latrisha – Weary traveller

Latrishia – Weary traveller

Latrishiah – Weary traveller

Latysha – Christmas Day

Latyshah – Christmas Day

Laua – A laurel tree or a bay tree

Lauden – English cognate from the Latin town Laurentis

Laudina – From the Arthurian Legend, character Laudine, the lady of the Fountain

Laudine – French 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.

Laura

Laura – Feminine form of Latin Laurus, meaning ‘laurel.’ Or from Greek Lavra, meaning ‘an alley, a passage.’

Lauracy – One who lives by the laurel tree

Laurah – Laurel Tree, Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory

Lauraine – English variant spelling of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Laural – The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory

Laural – Laural tree, sweet bay tree

Lauralee – The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants

Lauralee – Laural tree, sweet bay tree

Lauralie – Variation of Laura

Lauralin – Symbol of honor and victory, Laurel tree

Lauralyn – The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants

Lauralyn – Sweet bay tree, simbol of honor

Lauralynn – Laurel tree, symbol of honor and victory

Lauran – From Laurentus

Laurana – Crowned with laurels

Lauree – From Laurentus

Laureen – The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants

Laureen – English pet form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Laurel

Laurel – English name derived from the tree name. It is also used as a pet form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Laurelle – The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.

Laurelle – Elaborated form of English Laurel, meaning ‘laurel.’

Lauren – The name Lauren is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘bay laurel’.

Laurena – Variant spelling of English Lorena, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurenah – From Laurentus

Laurencia – Feminine form of English Laurence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurene – The laurel or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants

Laurene – Variant spelling of English Lauren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurie – The laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory

Laurie – Unisex pet form of English Lauren and Laurence, both meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurinda – English elaborated form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Laurine – English pet form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Laurissa – English pet form of Latin Laura, meaning ‘laurel.’

Lauryn – Bay laurel

Lauryn – Variant spelling of English Lauren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurynn – A laurel tree that is a symbol of glory and fame

Lave – An individual who has power, authorithy and colntrol

Lavena – American 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.’

Lavenda – Lavender

Lavendah – Lavender

Lavender – English 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.’

Lavern – Variant spelling of English Laverne, possibly meaning ‘spring-like, to be verdant.’ Compare with masculine Lavern.

Laverne – English form of Roman Latin Laverna, possibly meaning ‘spring-like, to be verdant.’ Compare with masculine Laverne.

Lavey – Brought together, Joined, an Union of two people

Lavina – A Woman of ancient Rome

Lavonda – Various sieces of jew trees and shrubs

Lavone – Variant spelling of English Lavonne, meaning ‘yew tree.’

Lavonne – Modern English elaborated form of French Yvonne, meaning ‘yew tree.’

Lawanda – Modern 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.

Lawren – A shoreline indentation, a bay

Laycie – Derived from Lacey, a French nobleman”s surname brought to the British Isles after Norman conquest

Laylon – Names Lacey (lace-like) and Dyllon (loyal) put together.

Layne – Variant of Lane, the name means a path or road, just as a lane of the road.

Laynee – A literal lane, a path, a walkway.

Layton – Variant spelling of English unisex Leighton, meaning ‘leek garden.’

Le – Meadow

Lea

Lea – The name Lea is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘weary or meadow’.

Leaann – Beautiful woman

Leah

Leah – Variant spelling of Old English Lea, meaning ‘meadow.’ Compare with other forms of Leah.

Leahanna – Meadow

Lealand – From the meadow land, Pasture ground.

Leana – Origin unclear, possibly a variant of Liana, which is a short form of Juliana (young), or a modern blend of the names Lee and Anna.

Leandria – Meadow

Leann – Origin unclear, possibly a variant of Liana, which is a short form of Juliana (young), or a modern blend of the names Lee and Ann.

Leann – English compound name composed of Lea ‘meadow’ and Ann ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘graceful meadow.’

Leanna – English compound name composed of Lea ‘meadow’ and Anna ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘graceful meadow.’

Leanne – This is a name with a disputed meaning. Leanne could be a variant of Liana, which is a short form of Juliana (young), or a modern compound of the names Lee and Ann.

Leanne – English compound name composed of Lea ‘meadow’ and Anne ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘graceful meadow.’

Leanora – Short form of Latin Eleanora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Leatrice – Modern English blend of Hebrew Leah ‘weary’ and Italian Beatrice ‘voyager (through life),’ hence ‘weary voyager.’

Lecelina – Diminutive of Lece meaning cheerful, joyous

Lecie – From French nobleman surname Lacey

Leda – Greek name meaning ‘woman.’ In mythology, this is the name of the mother of Castor, Pollux and Helen.

Ledora – Variation of the name Laurel, laurel tree

Lee – Meadow

Lee – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old English word leah, meaning ‘meadow.’

Leean – Form of Irish name Helen meaning beautiful

Leeann – English compound name composed of Lee ‘meadow’ and Ann ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘graceful meadow.’

Leelou – Dweller by the wood

Leena – Variant spelling of English Lina, a short form of names ending with -lina. Compare with other forms of Leena.

Leesa – Variant spelling of English Lisa, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lefchild – Composed of the words dear and child

Leffeda – Woman of dear beauty

Leffquen – Woman of beauty and dear personality

Lefleda – A beutiful individual who is loved by others

Lefquen – Cherised and beloved person

Lefquena – Beautiful, powerful and beloved individual

Lefquene – Darling and beaufitul person

Lefquenn – Pleasing and dear woman

Lefqwen – A woman of beauty, power and loved by all

Lefwen – Dear and Joyous person

Lefwenna – A person who is full of joy and beloved

Legacy – Heritage, Legacy, What a person leaves behind

Legend – A story of the past that is often fictitious

Legna – Derived from Angel – a messenger of God

Lehanna – Combination of names, means a gracious one who lives by the wood

Leia

Leia – English variant spelling of Hebrew Leah, meaning ‘weary.’ Compare with another form of Leia.

Leianna – This is a name with a disputed meaning. Leianna could be a variant of Liana, which is a short form of Juliana (young), or a modern compound of the names Lee and Ann.

Leigb – A patch of land that is grassy, a meadow

Leigh – Meadow, pasture, delicate

Leigh – An English variant of the name Leah, meaning ‘meadow’, ‘from the heather meadow’ and ‘one from the meadow farm’.

Leighann – Combinig name, The graceful one who dwells by the woods

Leighanna – A gracious and poetic person

Leighdyn – A woman that llives by the field and is graceful

Leighton – From the meadow town or settlement

Leighton – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements leac ‘leek’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘leek garden.’

Leisa – A person who has pledged his life to the God

Leisel – Perfection lies within the God

Leisl – A person who made an Oath to the God

Lena

Lena – A short of Helen, meaning a torch, or Hindu for a Tender and devoted woman

Lenae – Light, blend of Lena and Renee

Lenina – Lion-like woman

Lenlie – A clear lake or the clearing of lake

Lennon

Lenora – Light, variant of Leonora

Lenora – Pet form of Latin Eleanora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Lenore – Variant spelling of Latin Lenora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Leoba – The beloved one

Leofflead – Beloved one with great beauty

Leofgife – Beloved gift

Leofrun – Beloved runes

Leofwaru – Caring for the beloved one

Leofwena – The beloved friend

Leogife – Lovely gift

Leola – English feminine form of Latin Leo, meaning ‘lion.’ Compare with another form of Leola.

Leoline – Little lion woman

Leoma – The bright woman

Leomi – Courageous woman

Leona – Feminine form of Latin Leo, meaning ‘lion.’

Leone – English variant spelling of Latin Leona, meaning ‘lion.’ Compare with masculine Leone.

Leonora

Leonora – Short form of Italian Eleanora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Leonore – Short form of German Eleonore, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Leontyne – Like a lioness

Leontyne – The name Leontyne is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘lion’.

Les – Short form of English unisex Lesley, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lesean – God is gracious

Leshaughn – God is gracious

Leshawnah – God is gracious

Leshawne – God is gracious

Lesia – Elaborated form of English Lisa, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lesleigh – Feminine form of English unisex Lesley, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lesley – Anglicized form of Scottish unisex Leslie, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lesli – A garden where the holly tree grows

Leslie – Scottish 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.’

Lesly – Variant spelling of English unisex Lesley, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lessie – Feminine pet form of Scottish unisex Leslie, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lete – A petitte but strong and cheerful woman

Letha – Short form of English Aletha, meaning ‘truth.’

Letitia – English form of Latin L?titia, meaning ‘happiness.’

Letselina – One who brings out the happiness in people

Lettice – The name Lettice is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning joy, gladness’.

Lettie – The name Lettie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘joy, gladness’.

Letty – The name Letty is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning joy, gladness’.

Leuare – From the name Lory, means the bay

Leued – From a Bohemian surname, means like a lion

Leuedaei – A day of reconciliation

Leuedai – A day when people will reconcile

Leueiua – A reconciliantion day

Leueruna – Restoring harmony and piece

Leuiua – British name meaning beloved gift

Leurona – Variant of the name Leofrun meaning Beloved secret rune

Leurun – British name meaning the loved rune

Leuruna – Love for the secret rune

Leveva – Woman loved for her beauty

Levina – Flash, lightning

Levyna – the meaning is Issh

Lewella – Variant spelling of English Louella, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Lewena – British name meaning the friend we love

Lex – Short form of English unisex Alex, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexa – English pet form of Latin Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexann – Defender of mankind, variant of Alexandra or Lexandra.

Lexann – English version of name Alexandra, meaning the one who defends mankind

Lexi – Variant spelling of English Lexy, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexia – English short form of Latin Alexia, meaning ‘defender.’

Lexie – Defender of mankind

Lexie – Variant spelling of English Lexy, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexine – Elaborated form of English Lexy, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexington – Town of the new law

Lexus – Short form of Latin unisex Alexus, meaning ‘defender.’

Lexy – English pet form of Latin Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Ley – Meadow

Leyana – Meadow

Leyanna – Combination of names Ley and Anne

Leydi – One who has the abilities of a leader

Lezah – From the name of the Hazelnut tree

Liana – Short form of Latin Eliana, meaning ‘sun.’

Liane

Liane – Short form of French Eliane, meaning ‘sun.’

Lianna – Basks in the warmth of the outdoors, has a knack for plants.

Lianne – A bond of youth and beauty

Lianour – One who brings light to the world

Libbie – Variant spelling of English Libby, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Libby – Consecrated one, my God is bountiful, God of plenty, used alone or as a pet form or variant of Elizabeth

Libby – The name Libby is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Liberty – Freedom

Liberty – Derived literally from modern English vocabulary word it carries the symbolism of ‘freedom’ and ‘peace’.

Licia – Short form of English names ending with -licia.

Liddell – A place name from a region in England and is also a river name

Liddy – English pet form of Greek Lydia, meaning ‘of Lydia.’

Lien – One who posesses the bauty and pureness of a Lotus flower

Liena – A woman as beautiful as a Lotus Flowe

Lienna – A beauty and grace of a Lotus flower

Ligarda – A conservative, creative and idealistic individual

Lighting – Lighting

Lightning – A bolt, a lighting in the sky

Lighton – A place name from a Yorkshire in North England, mostly used as a surname

Liju – Beautiful and idealistic person

Lil – Short form of the name Lily, meaning purity and beauty

Lila – A pet form of Lilian or Delilah, from the island

Lila – Traditionally, this name means ‘Cyneburga’s wood’ or simply wood, meadow or clearing. A more modern meaning is ‘diamond’.

Lilac – The name Lilac is a girl’s name of English, Persian origin meaning ‘bluish or lilac’.

Lile – Person from the island

Lilee – Defined by the flower, lovely, and fair.

Lili – Variant spelling of English Lily, meaning ‘lily.’ Compare with other forms of Lili.

Lilia – A variation of the English name Lily, and the Germain and English Lilian. It means lily.

Lilian – Derived from the flower name ‘lily’, symbolizes purity in the Christian faith.

Liliana – A variation of the name Lilian. It has originated from the name of the flower, lily. It is also a possibility it is derived from the name Elizabeth.

Lilianna – Lillianna is adapted from lily the flower which is a symbol of purity. It is also derived from the combination of the two names Lily and Anna.

Lilianne – Elaborated form of English Lilian, meaning ‘lily.’

Lilias – Scottish form of Latin Liliana, meaning ‘lily.’

Lilibet – Alternate from Elizabeth, meaning God is my oath

Lilibeth – Short form of name Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Lilien – Variation of the name Lilion, from Latin name of the flower lily

Lilita – Pet form of English Lily, meaning ‘lily.’

Lilith – 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.’

Lilli – Variant spelling of English Lily, meaning ‘lily.’

Lillia – A derivative of the English name ‘Lily’. The Lily flower is a symbol of purity, innocence and beauty

Lilliah – symbol of purity

Lillian – Variant of Lilian derived from the flower name Lily, symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty

Lillian – The name Lillian is a girl’s name of English, Latin origin meaning ‘lily, a flower’.

Lillianna – Combination of the names Lily and Anne

Lillibet – Alternate from Elizabeth, meaning God is my oath

Lillie – The lily is a flower symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty.

Lillie – Variant spelling of English Lily, meaning ‘lily.’

Lilliella – From name Lillie, flower lily

Lillienna – Combination of names Lillie and Anna

Lillienne – Variation of name Lillie, from flower named lily, symbol of purity

Lilly – The lily is a flower symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty.

Lilly Mai – Lily meaning ‘Lily’ derived from the name of the flower and Mai in Japanese meaning ‘brightness’, or French meaning month of May.

Lilly May – Lilly is English and is named after the flower that is a symbol of purity. May is a shorted version of the English name Mary and means ‘bitter’ or ‘rebellion’.

Lilly Rose – Lilly is English and is named after the flower that is a symbol of purity. Rose is a German name that means’horse’ or ‘fame’. It is also named after the flower.

Lilly-Ann – Lily is derived from the flower name and the name Ann means ‘God was gracious’.

Lilly-Mae – English meaning ‘Lily’. The flower lily is a symbol of purity, innocence and beauty. Mae is a variant of ‘May’ derived from the (English) name of the month.

Lilly-Mai – The first name is derived from the flower name, the Lily is a Christian symbol of purity. Mai’s origin is in the English language, a variant of the name May.

Lilly-May – Lily is derived from the flower name and the name May is derived from the name of the month.

Lilly – The name Lilly is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘lily’.

Lily – English flower name

Lily Mae – A two element name which combines the symbol for purity with the name of the spring month May.

Lily Mai – The first name is derived form the flower name, the flower is a Christian symbol of purity. Mai’s origin is in the English language, a variant of the name May

Lily May – Derived from the name of the Lily flower, meaning ‘purity’, and the month of May, which stems from Maia the Roman goddess of fertility.

Lily Rose – Lily comes from the the direct relation to the actual ‘lily flower’ symbolising pure and innocent. Rose derives from Germanic origins meaning ‘Horse, Fame and Rose’.

Lily-Anne – Lily meaning ‘Lily’ derived from the name of the flower and Anne meaning ‘God was gracious, God has shown favour’.

Lily-Grace – Lily comes from the the direct relation to the actual ‘lily flower’ symbolising pure and innocent. Grace derives from Latin origins and means ‘charm and grace’. Grace is often associated among Christians with the ‘the grace of God.’

Lily-Mae – The first name is derived form the flower name, the flower is a Christian symbol of purity. Mae’s origin is in the English language, a variant of the name May

Lily-Mai – Combination of Lily and Mai, meaning ‘bright lily’ , or refering to the purity of the Lily and the brightness of spring.

Lily-May – Lily derived from the flower name, which is from the Latin ‘illium’. May derived from the name of the month.

Lily-Rose – Lily Rose combines the elements Rose meaning ‘horse’ or ‘fame’ and Lily meaning ‘pure’.

Lily – English name derived from the vocabulary word, lily, meaning simply ‘lily flower.’

Lilybeth – Blend of Lily and Elizabeth

Lilybeth – Lily and Elizabeth, English name

Limitless – One who has no limits

Limpa – A person who has thoughtful nature

Lin – Waterfall or lake, spelling variation of Lynn

Lina – A popular variant in several languages of names ending with -line or -lina

Lina – Short form of English names ending with -lina. Compare with other forms of Lina.

Lind – Wetland belonging to Lincoln

Linda

Linda – English name probably derived from Germanic lindi, meaning ‘serpent.’ In some cases, it may have been derived from the Spanish word for ‘pretty.’

Lindael – Person who lives near the valley of linden trees

Lindan – Lime tree

Lindel – She who lives where the linden trees grow

Lindell – A woman who lives near linden trees

Linden – Lime tree

Lindi – A woman whose beauty can be compared to a Linden tree

Lindie – A coinage of the Linden tree, also means Beautiful in Spanish

Lindin – Lime tree

Lindisfarne – A name of a tidal island in England, known as a Holy Island

Lindlee – One who comes from the Lime woods

Lindley – One who lives in the Lime wood forest

Lindly – A woman whose home is near a Lime tree woods

Lindon – A linden tree hill

Lindsai – From the Lincoln island, an island of lime trees

Lindsay – Island of linden trees

Lindsay – Scottish 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.

Lindsea – A person who comes from the island where Lime trees grow

Lindsee – A woman who lives on the island of the lime trees

Lindsei – A woman who comes from the region Lindsey

Lindseigh – She comes from the place of Lime trees

Lindsey – Island of linden trees

Lindsey – An early English and Scottish surname, meaning ‘Lincoln’s island’ refering to people from an area in Lincolnshire..

Lindsi – She whose home is an island of the Linden trees

Lindsie – Variant spelling of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lindsy – A name for a woman who comes from Linden island

Lindsye – An island of Linden, Lime trees

Lindy

Lindy – A woman with pretty features, an attractive, beutiful lady, Serpent

Lindzai – She who is from the Lime tree island

Lindzay – A place of the Lime trees, an island

Lindzea – A place name, known as Lincoln’s Wetland

Lindzee – A woman from the island of Lincoln in England

Lindzei – A Girl who comes from the Lincoln island in England

Lindzeigh – A place name, Girl from the Lincoln island

Lindzey – A name that refers to the Lincoln Island in England

Lindzi – A woman from the Lincoln island, a Lime tree island

Lindzie – One who is from Lincoln island, a wetland in England

Lindzy – She came from the Lime tree island

Lindzye – One who lives on the island where the Lime trees grow

Linet – Lake

Lineta – Lake

Linetah – Lake

Linete – Lake

Linett – Lake

Linetta – Lake

Linettah – Lake

Linette – Variant spelling of English Lynette, meaning ‘little lake.’

Linleah – Woman who lives near the flax fields

Linley – Variation of Lindley, love of nature, one among the trees.

Linly – Fields of flax

Linn – English short form of Latin Linnaea, meaning ‘twin flower.’ Compare with other forms of Linn.

Linnet – Variant spelling of English Linette, meaning ‘little lake.’

Linneta – Lake

Linnetah – Lake

Linnete – Lake

Linnett – Lake

Linnette

Linnette – Variant spelling of English Linette, meaning ‘little lake.’

Linnie – Pet form of English Linda, meaning ‘serpent.’

Linnzi – A woman who comes from the town Lindsay, a lake colony

Linore – A person who brights up the room

Linsai – A place name, one who comes from the lake colony

Linsay – Variant spelling of English Linsey, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Linsea – Girl from the Linkolnshire, England

Linsee – A woman who comes from Linkolnshire in England

Linsei – Person from the place where the lake colony is

Linseigh – A place name, Linkolnshire in England

Linsey

Linsey – A spelling variant of the Scottish and English name Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetland, Lincoln’s island’.

Linseyl – Person from the Old English Lindsey region

Linsi – A place name, refers to Lincoln’s wetland and Old English region

Linsy – Variant spelling of English Linsey, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Linsye – Woman born in the lake colony

Linyeve – A woman who lives in the flax fields

Linyive – She whose home is in the flax fields

Linzai – A Girl who is born in the city Lindsay

Linzay – A place name, from the Lindsay in Old England

Linzea – A lake colony, a region in old England

Linzi – Variant spelling of English Linsey, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Linzy – A generous and humble individual

Linzye – A positive and self assertive person

Lis – Short form of English Elisabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lisa – My God is bountiful, variation of Elizabeth

Lisa – Variant spelling of English Liza, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with another form of Lisa.

Lisabet – Abbreviation of Elizabeth

Lisabeth – Blend of Lisa and Beth

Lisajo – One who is from the linden tree meadow

Lisalla – A sensitive and quick individual

Lisandra – He who is a protector of mankind, short for Alexandra

Lisanne – English compound name composed of Lis ‘God is my oath’ and Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Lisanor – Name from Arthurian legend, mother of Lohot by Arthur

Lisbet – Abbreviation of Elizabeth

Lisbeth – Contracted form of English Elisabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Liselle – Short from Elizabeth, God is my oath

Lisha – Short form of English names ending with -isha or -licia.

Lismely – An ignited and wonderful scholar

Lissa – Honey, Lissa is an abbreviation of Melissa, Lissandra, and Alyssa. Lissa is also the name of a mother goddess in African mythology.

Lissa – English short form of Greek Melissa, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Lissani – A capable and independent individual

Lissianna – Holy, sacred to God

Lissy – One who is from the blessed isles

Liueua – A person having versatile and happy nature

Liuitha – Efficient and capable person

Liuiua – One who admiers nature and oudoors

Lively – Energetic, forceful and dynamic person

Livi – Nickname of Olivia and represents a symbol of peace

Livia – Life

Livia – Short form of English Olivia, probably meaning ‘elf army.’ Compare with another form of Livia.

Livid – A furious person with an angry personality

Livilda – Person who gladly goes to a battle

Livith – An individual who gladly participates in battles

Livvy – Pet form of English Olivia, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Livy – Nickname of Olivia, a peaseful person

Liz – God is my oath

Liz, Lizzie – form of ELIZABETH – consecrated to God

Liz – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Liza – God is my oath

Liza – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with another form of Liza.

Lizabeth – Abbreviation of Elizabeth

Lizbet – Abbreviation of Elizabeth

Lizbeth – Pledged to God

Lizbeth – Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lizette – My God is bountiful, God of plenty, variation of Elizabeth

Lizette – English form of French Lisette, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lizi – Wetland belonging to Lincoln

Lizzie – Pet form of English Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lizzy – Variant spelling of English Lizzie, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lobelia – A flower, known as lobelias

Lodema – Guide, the one who shows the way

Lodima – English name for a guide

Lodyma – Guide, escort, occupational name for pilot

Loella – Name describing foreign warrior

Loften – Owners of the loft house

Logan – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of a place in Ayrshire, meaning ‘hollow, lowland.’

Lois – Greek name of uncertain origin, possibly meaning ‘agreeable.’ In the bible, this is the name of the grandmother of Timothy. Compare with masculine Lois.

Lola – Pet form of Spanish Dolores, meaning ‘sorrows.’

Lolicia – Modern English name, possibly a blend of Spanish Lola ‘sorrows’ and Alicia ‘noble sort.’

Lona – A woman who lives her life in solitary

Londen – A modern place name, meaning one from London

London – Place name for the capital of the United Kingdom

London – English 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.’

Londun – London

Londyn – This variant of London, which is the capital city of England, is a lovely location name. It also means from the Great River and fortress of the moon.

Londynn – Londynn means crazy and bold. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Loni – Lioness, a variant of Leona

Loni – A sky in Hawaiian, a Light in Latin or Solitary in English

Lonna – A Distant Place

Lony – London

Lonyn – Variant of Lawrence meaning from Laurentium.

Lora – The laurel or sweet bay tree is symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants.

Lora – Latin name meaning ‘sorrowful.’ Compare with another form of Lora.

Loraine – English variant spelling of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lorainne – English variant spelling of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lorayne – English variant spelling of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Loreen – English name composed of Lora ‘laurel’ and the Irish diminutive suffix -een, hence ‘little laurel tree.’

Lorelle – Variant spelling of English Laurel, meaning ‘laurel.’

Lorelotte – Pet form of Charlotte that means feminine

Loren – Variant spelling of English unisex Lauren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lorena – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, variant of Laura or Lora

Lorena – Elaborated form of English Loren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’ Compare with another form of Lorena.

Lorene – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, variant of Laura or Lora

Lorene – Variant spelling of English Loreen, meaning ‘little laurel tree.’

Lorenia – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, variant of Laura or Lora

Lorenia – A woman who symoblises Honor and Victory

Lorenna – A Laurel tree a representation of Honor and Victory

Loretta

Loretta – The name Loretta is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘bay laurel’.

Lorette – English form of French Laurette, meaning ‘little laurel tree.’

Lori – The laurel or sweet bay tree is symbolic of honor and victory, old name with many variants.

Lori – Variant spelling of English Lorri, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’ Compare with another form of Lori.

Loria – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Lorian – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Loriana – Refers to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Loriana – Laurel tree leaves as a symbol of Victory and Honor

Loriann – Refers to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Lorianna – Laurel tree, symbol of Dignity and Voctory

Lorianne – She symbolises Dignity and Victory

Lorie – Variant spelling of English Lorrie, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Loriel – Modern variant of Lora and Laurie, referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.

Loriel – A woman awarded for her Dignity and Honor

Lorilee – Modern variant of Lora and Laurie referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.

Lorilynn – Modern variant of Lora and Laurie, referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.

Lorin – Variant spelling of English unisex Loren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lorina – Diminutive form of Latin Lora (‘sorrowful’), meaning ‘little sorrowful one.’

Lorinda – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Lorinda – English elaborated form of Latin Lora (‘sorrowful’) or German Lora ‘laurel.’

Loris – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, modern variant of Lora and Laurie

Lorna – From Laurentium, the place of the laurel tree, place of honor and victory, feminine of Lawrence

Lorna – Character name used by English novelist R.D. Blackmore, possibly of Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning ‘forlorn, forsaken, lost.’

Lorra – Form of name Lora meaning flower

Lorraine – French 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.

Lorren – Variant of Lawrence, meaning from Laurentium

Lorri – English pet form of French Lorraine, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lorrie – Variant spelling of English Lorri, meaning ‘land of the people of Lothar.’

Lorrin – Variant of Lawrence, meaning from Laurentium

Lorrin – Person from town Laurentium

Lorrina – Refers to the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory, variant of Laura or Lora

Lottie – The name Lottie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘free man’.

Lotus – English 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.’

Lou – English unisex short form of French Louis and Louise, both meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louanna – English compound name composed of Lou ‘famous warrior’ and Anna ‘favor, grace.’

Loudi – A person who is inspirational and idealistic

Louedai – From English name Loveday, meaning lovely day

Loueday – Name of christian festival, Loveday

Louedey – Precious, lovely day

Louela – English variation of name Loveday, day of love

Louella – Blend of names Louise (renowned warrior) and Ella (all)

Louella – The name Louella is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning all, completely, fairy maiden’.

Louime – A person who is active and quick minded

Louisa – Latin form of French Louise, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louise – Feminine form of French Louis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louiza – English variant spelling of Latin Louisa, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Loukritia – A freedom loving and attractive being

Loulabelle – A wonderful and beautiful princess

Louvenia – One who inspires and leads

Lovdie – From old English name Loveday, meaning lovely day

Love – Love, affection

Love – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Old English lufu, meaning ‘affection, friendliness, love.’ Compare with masculine Love.

Lovechild – Child born out of love

Lovedaia – Day of reconciliation

Loveday – Old English name, a day of love

Lovedaya – A day of reconciliation and settling of disputes

Lovely – Like its English meaning, this name signifies beauty and kindness.

Lovelyn – Variant of Love

Lovelyn – A loved and cherised one

Lovey – English – Love

Lovia – A feeling of returned Love

Lovice – A person in love

Lovina – One who is adored

Low – Laurel, an award of Honor

Lowenna – A woman who radiates joy

Loyalty – Like its English meaning, this name signifies one who is devoted and true to a person or cause.

Lsss – Young woman, Girl

Lssse – A Girl

Lu-Luah – A pet name for all the female names that start with ‘Lu’

Luann – English compound name composed of Lou ‘famous warrior’ and Ann ‘favor, grace.’

Luanne – Variant spelling of English Louanna, meaning ‘famous warrior’ and ‘favor, grace.’

Lucetta – The name Lucetta is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning light’.

Lucette – The one who shines with graceful light

Luci – The light that illuminates

Lucija – the one who shines, light

Lucile – English variant spelling of French Lucille, meaning ‘little light.’

Lucille – French form of Roman Latin Lucilla, meaning ‘little light.’

Lucy – The name Lucy is a girl’s name of English, Latin origin meaning ‘light’.

Ludella – Mischevious elf, fairy

Ludema – A person who is passive and easy going

Luell – A notorious elf

Luella – Blend of Louise (renowned warrior) and Ella (all)

Luella – Variant spelling of English Louella, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luellen – A famous elf, fairy

Lugenia – A forceful, forthright and dignified individual

Luilda – A dear battle

Lul – Short for Laurel, one who is Honarable and Victorius

Lulling – Calming, Shoothing

Lulu – Pet form of names such as Louise, Louella, or even Lucy

Lulu – Woman who is a legendary warrior

Lunet – Middle English form of French Lunete, meaning ‘idol, image.’

Luria – A brave lioness

Lusy – Modern variation of Lucia means light

Luuechild – A light hearted, understanding and hard working

Luueday – An organized, able and expressive being

Luveday – A day of reconsiliation, making peace

Luvena – Little beloved one

Luvenia – Ancestor of roman people

Luvina – Cherised and adored little one

Luvinia – English variant spelling of Latin Lavinia, possibly meaning ‘purity.’

Lux – English unisex name derived from the Latin word lux, meaning ‘light.’

Ly – A meadow

Lyanna – God has answered or Girl who has a pretty face

Lyda – English contracted form of Greek Lydia, meaning ‘of Lydia.’

Lydia – Greek name meaning ‘of Lydia.’ In the bible, this is the name of a woman who was converted to Christianity by Paul.

Lyla

Lyle

Lylie – A lily flower

Lylla – The island Girl

Lylliann – Girl from the islands

Lyn – Cascading water

Lynda – Variant spelling of English Linda, meaning ‘serpent.’

Lyndall – A beautiful lime tree

Lyndan – Lime tree

Lyndi – Pet form of English Lynda, meaning ‘serpent.’

Lyndin – Lime tree

Lyndon – Lime tree

Lyndsay – Feminine form of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lyndsea – Feminine form of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lyndsey

Lyndsey – Feminine form of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lyndsi – Variation of Lindsay meaning from the linden tree island

Lyndsie – An island of lime trees

Lyndyn – Lime tree

Lyndzai – An independent and organized person

Lyndzay – One from the island of linden trees

Lyndzea – A linden tree

Lyndzee – An island of lime trees

Lyndzei – A freedom loving, quick witted person

Lyndzey – Another name for Lincon island

Lyndzi – A settlement by the lake

Lyndzy – One from a town Lindsay

Lynee – An Illumination

Lynelle

Lyness – A lioness

Lynessa – An Arthurian Legend name

Lynet – Variant spelling of English Lynette, meaning ‘little lake.’

Lynetta

Lynettah

Lynette – Variant of ancient Welsh name Eiluned (shape or form) or Lynn (waterfall), In Arthurian legend, Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest.

Lynette – English diminutive form of Welsh Lyn (‘lake’), meaning ‘little lake.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the sister of Lyonesse.

Lyneya – A youthful and entertaining individual

Lynlee – Lynlee means affectionate and adoring as well as coming from the castle.

Lynley

Lynn – Waterfall or lake

Lynn – Welsh name derived from the word llyn, meaning ‘lake.’

Lynna – English elaborated form of Welsh Lynn, meaning ‘lake.’

Lynne – Variant spelling of Welsh Lynn, meaning ‘lake.’

Lynneanne – An intensive and mature individual

Lynnet – A beautiful bird

Lynnette

Lynnette – Variant spelling of English Lynette, meaning ‘little lake.’

Lynnix – A loyal and individualistic person

Lynnsey – An island of lime trees

Lynnzey – An island where linden trees grow

Lynnzi – A marsh where linden grows

Lynnzie – A town by the lake

Lynsay – Feminine form of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lynsee – From the wetland

Lynsei – An island of trees

Lynsey – Feminine form of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lynsi – Lincoln’s marsh

Lynsy – A marsh where linden grows

Lynzai – Marshlands of Lincolnshire

Lynzay – An island of linden trees

Lynzee – One from the linden tree island

Lynzei – Wood of linden trees

Lynzey – One from the lime tree islands

Lynzi – Lincoln’s marsh, island of linden trees

Lynzie – She is from and island of the linden trees

Lynzy – Wetland belonging to Lincoln

Lyonors – A Mother of Boore. An Arthurian lengend name.

Lyra – English name derived from the constellation name, meaning ‘lyre.’

Lyric – Melodic word

Lyric – Lover of words and harmony, full of song.

Lyrica – Modern 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.’

Lyrik – This musical name is a variation of the English word ‘lyric,’ meaning words set to music or poetic words.

Lys – Short form of English Lysandra, meaning ‘freer, liberator.’

Lysandra – Feminine form of English Lysander, meaning ‘freer, liberator.’ Compare with another form of Lysandra.

Lysanne – English compound name composed of English Lys ‘freer, liberator’ and French Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Lysette – English form of French Lisette, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Lyssa – Honey, abbreviation of Melissa, Lissandra, and Alyssa

Lyssa – Short form of English Alyssa, meaning either ‘noble sort’ or ‘alyssum flower.’

Lyvia

Lyzbeth – Abbreviation of Elizabeth

English girl names starting with M

Maachah – Anglicized 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.

Mab – Possibly an Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh, meaning ‘intoxicating.’

Mabel – Lovable, abbreviation of Amabel

Mabel – Medieval short form of English Amabel, meaning ‘lovable.’

Mabella – Pet form of English Mabel, meaning ‘lovable.’

Mabelle – English name derived from the French phrase ma belle, meaning ‘my beautiful one.’

Mabile – The lovable one

Mabilia – Adorable, lovable one

Mabilie – Amiable, adorable person

Mabill – Star of the sea, beloved one

Mabilla – Amable one

Mabillae – A girl who is easy to love and admire

Mabillia – The one who is loved and admired

Mable – Variant spelling of English Mabel, meaning ‘lovable.’

Mabley – A sweet, amiable person

Mably – Delightful, loved one

Mabota – Infinite, endless

Mabry – Protector, safe haven, never fails to give someone a hand up.

Macara – One who brings joy and happiness

Macayla – A gift of God

Macayle – One who is God-like

Macca – Common nickname in English speaking countries for someone whose surname begins with Mac or Mc meaning son of

Macen – The name Macen is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘worker in stone’.

Macey – English 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.’

Maci – Weapon

Maci – Granted by God

Macie – Variant spelling of English unisex Macey, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mackenna – Celtic – Son of Cionaodh, Gaelic – Son of Coinneach, Son of Kenneth.

Mackenzie – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinnich ‘son of Coinneach,’ hence ‘comely, finely made.’

Mackenzington – A person who is kind and warm hearted

Macy – Variant spelling of English unisex Macey, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Madalie – From Madeline, means tower

Madalina – Of Magdala, a place name that means tower

Madaline – From the name Magdaline which comes from the Hebrew ‘of magdala’ from the Hebrew Migdal meaning ‘tower’.

Madalyn – English variant spelling of French Madeline, meaning ‘of Magdala.’

Madchen – English name derived from the German word for ‘girl.’

Maddie – A familiar form of Madeleine and Madison

Maddie – From the English meaning ‘son of Maud’ or a nickname for Madeleine.

Maddisen – Son of Maud

Maddison – A popular first name for both sexes , derived from the occupational surname meaning ‘stone maison’.

Maddisyn – An alternate spelling of the name ‘Madison,’ this name means a good-hearted person.

Maddy – A pet form of several names, including Magdalena, meaning ‘from Magdala’, Madison , meaning ‘son of Maud’ , or Matilda , meaning ‘mighty in battle’.

Madelein – A place name of town Magdala that means tower

Madeleleine – To come from town Magdala that means tower

Madelena – Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala.

Madelina – Tower

Madeline – The name Madeline is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘high tower or woman from Magdala’.

Madelyn – English variant spelling of French Madeline, meaning ‘of Magdala.’

Madge – Pet form of English Margaret, meaning ‘pearl.’

Madilyn – refers to Mary Magdalene, tower

Madilynn – One who is from Magdala

Madisen – An alternate spelling of the name ‘Madison,’ this name means a good-hearted person.

Madison – Son of Maud

Madison – From Madde, a medieval girls’ name short for Madeleine or Maud. Famous Madisons: President James Madison and his wife, Dolley Madison, Madison Avenue, New York City.

Madissen – A gift of God

Madisson – A variation of the English Madison meaning ‘son of Maud’.

Madisyn – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Madison, meaning ‘son of Madde.’

Madlaina – A woman of Magdala

Madlyn – Contracted form of English Madelyn, meaning ‘of Magdala.’

Madoline – English variant spelling of French Madeline, meaning ‘of Magdala.’

Madonna – English name derived from a Latin title of the Virgin Mary, meaning ‘my lady.’

Mady – Maiden

Mady – English name meaning maiden

Madysen – An alternate spelling of the name ‘Madison,’ this name means a good-hearted person.

Madyson – From English origin meaning ‘son of Maud’ it is a variant spelling of the English name Madison.

Mae

Mae – Variant spelling of English May, a pet form of Margaret, meaning ‘pearl,’ and Mary, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maebry – One who is from the high tower

Maeby – A bitter one

Maecy – One who self reliant, flexible and slable minded

Maegan – Variant spelling of English Meagan, meaning ‘pearl.’

Maegth – Young, Unmarried woman, A variant form of Maida

Maeleigh – An unmarried, elegant and one from the high tower

Maeliana – A person who is charming and passionate

Maerla – Form of name Madeline, meaing one who is from Magdala town

Maertisa – Famous, One who is well known

Maesen – Stone worker, feminine form of Mason

Maesen – Feminine form of Mason, meaning stone worker

Maessa – A daughter of stone worker

Maev – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh, meaning ‘intoxicating.’

Maeva – Variant spelling of English Maeve, meaning ‘intoxicating.’

Maeve – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Meadhbh, meaning ‘intoxicating.’ In mythology, this is the name of a warrior queen of Connacht, the wife of Ailill.

Maeveen – Pet form of English Maeve, meaning ‘intoxicating.’

Maeven – A mesmerising raven

Maewyn – She who decsends from a high tower

Mag – Short form of English Maggie, meaning ‘pearl.’

Magd – Young, Unmarried, Maiden, A variant of Maida

Magdalen – The name Magdalen is a girl’s name of Aramaic, French, English origin meaning ‘woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdalene – English 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.

Magdalyn – From the town on the coast of the sea of Galiee

Magdeline – She comes from the town Magdala of Galiee

Maggie – Pearl

Maggie – The name Maggie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Maggot – The larva of the fly

Maggote – One who is like a maggot

Maggy – Pearl, a familiar form of Margaret

Magic – A supernatural power, an illusion

Magnolia – Flower, great loveliness, strong roots, but reaches for the sky.

Magot – One who looks like a pearl

Magota – A woman with the looks like a pearl

Magote – One who is compared to a pearl

Mahala – Variant spelling of English unisex Mahalah, meaning ‘disease.’

Mahalah – Variant 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.

Mahalath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Machalath, meaning ‘stringed instrument.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Ishmael.

Mahlah – English 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.

Mahogany – Evoking the wood or the tree of the same name, this sumptuous name means dark, rich, luxurious, tempting and enticing.

Mahogony – A type of a wood, a Mahogony tree

Maia – From the English ‘May’ and from the Latin meaning ‘nurse, ‘great’ or ‘big’. This was also the name given to the Roman goddess of the Spring.

Maida – The name Maida is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘maiden’.

Maidel – A maiden from the tower town

Maiden – An unmarried, virgin woman

Maidie – From an English byname derived from a pet form of the word maid, meaning ‘young woman.’

Maidy – A young woman who is unmarried

Maila – One who is admired

Maira – Myrrh

Maise – Probabaly a variant spelling of the name Macy , meaning ‘from the domain of Maccius’. Alternatively may be derived from the name Maisie, from the Latin Margarita , meaning ‘Pearl’.

Maisica – A person who has a wonderful life, great

Maisie – Anglicized form of Scottish Mysie, a pet form of Mairead (English Margaret), meaning ‘pearl.’

Maitaine – English name for someone who is dearly loved

Maitane – Dearly loved

Maitane – One who is loved deeply

Maite – Maite means most loved, dear to one’s heart.

Maitena – One who is loved by many

Maitland – From the meadow land, possibly from Matthew”s land, surname

Maivelyn – One who is fast, attractive and has ideals

Maiwen – Compound name meaning beautiful Mary

Majerle – A maiden

Majesty – Like its English meaning, this name signifies a queen, ruler, or royal leader.

Makaela – Feminine from Michael, meaning Who is like God?

Makayla

Makayla – Variant spelling of English Michaela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Makaylah – A question ‘Who is like a God?’

Makeda – Variant spelling of English Makkedah, meaning ‘place of shepherds.’

Makeiah – Created Name

Makenna – Variant spelling of English Mckenna, meaning ‘born of fire.’

Makenzie – Feminine form of English unisex Mackenzie, meaning ‘comely, finely made.’

Makkedah – Anglicized 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.

Mala – Hindi name meaning ‘necklace.’ In use by the Romani.

Malach – Anglicized 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.

Malandra – Modern English compound name composed of Mal- (‘dark, black’) from Malinda, and Sandra ‘defender of mankind.’

Malaysia – A land of the mountains

Maleah – English variant spelling of Hawaiian Malia, a form of Latin Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maleigh – A star of the sea

Maleigha – She who is bitter, ful of bitterness

Malerie – Unhappy, unfortunate one

Malina – Feminine form of English Malcolm, meaning ‘devotee of St. Columba.’ Compare with other forms of Malina.

Malinda

Malinda – Variant spelling of English Melinda, meaning either ‘black/dark serpent’ or ‘sweet serpent.’

Malla – She who has no luck

Malle – A desired, wished for child

Mallery – Old French – Unhappy, Unlucky, It is a spelling variant of Mallory

Mallori – The unfortunate one

Mallory – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a Norman French byname for an unfortunate person, from Old French malheure, meaning ‘unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky.’

Mallow – English – The mallow flower, Celtic – From Mallow, Ireland, By the river Allo

Malota – From an English surname, means a wished child

Malou – One who is a renowned warrior

Malvina – This name was invented by the Scottish poet James Macpherson, based on the Gaelic term mala mhin, meaning ‘smooth-brow.’

Malvine – English – Smooth brow, Friend, Soft, A variant form of Melvina

Malvis – A river of bitterness

Malwina – English – Smooth brow, Friend, Soft, A variant form of Melvina

Malysa – A woman hardworking as a bee

Mamie – Bitter, familiar form of Mary and Miriam

Mamie – Pet form of English Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion,’ and Margaret ‘pearl.’

Manda – Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved.

Manda – One who is worthy of being loved

Mandalyn – Form of Amanda, worthy of love

Mandalyn – One who is worthy of love

Mandi – Abbreviation of Amanda worthy of being loved.

Mandi – Variant spelling of English Mandy, meaning ‘lovable.’

Mandy – Familiar form of Amanda, worthy of love

Mandy – Pet form of English Amanda, meaning ‘lovable.’

Manervia – One who has intellect

Manhattan – Whiskey, Derived from the word Manna-hata

Manka – A bitter, sorrowful sea

Manning – Son of a hero, surname

Maple – A tree name, maple tree

Mapperley – A place name of an area in Nottingham, England

Mara – Bitter. The biblical Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband and sons. Also variant of Mary and abbreviation of Tamara.

Mara – Hebrew name meaning ‘bitter.’ In the bible, this is the name that Naomi gave herself after the death of her husband and sons.

Maralyn – Variant spelling of English Marilyn, a compound name meaning ‘rebel-lake.’

Maralyne – One who drowns in the sea of bitterness

Marcelyn – English variant spelling of French Marceline, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marchi – A hostile person

Marci – Pet form of Roman Latin Marcia, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Marcius, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcie – Variant spelling of English Marcy, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcy – English pet form of Roman Latin Marcia, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Mardelle – Coming from the valley

Mare – Latin name meaning ‘sea.’ Compare with another form of Mare.

Maree – English variant spelling of French Marie, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mareesa

Marenda – An admirable woman

Margaret – English form of French Marguerite, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margareth – British name for a pearl

Margarett – A pearl from the sea

Margaretta – She who wears pearls

Margarette – A form of the name Margaret, a pearl

Margarita – Latin form of Greek Margarites, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margawse – Arthurian legend name, mother of Gawain

Marge – Variation of Margaret origin meaning pearl’, ‘pearl’, ‘pearl’.

Margeret – A name of a saint

Margerie – Variant of the French Margerie.

Margery – Medieval form of English Margaret, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margerye – A pearl-like girl

Margie – Pet form of English Margaret, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margo – English variant spelling of French Margot, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margot – Pet form of French Marguerite, meaning ‘pearl.’

Margry – A nickname for Margaret, pearl

Margy – Short for Margaret meaning pearl

Maria – 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.

Mariabella – English compound name composed of Latin Maria ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion,’ and Bella ‘God is my oath’ or ‘beautiful.’

Mariagart – A person who appreciates art and design, ambitious

Mariah – Bitter, a variant of Mary

Mariah – English variant spelling of Latin Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mariam – Lilly is English and is named after the flower that is a symbol of purity. May is a shorted version of the English name Mary and means ‘bitter’ or ‘rebellion’.

Marian – Medieval variant spelling of French Marion, meaning ‘little rebel.’ Compare with masculine Marian.

Mariana – Feminine form of Roman Latin Marianus, meaning ‘like Marius.’

Marianne – French form of Latin Marianna, meaning ‘like Marius.’

Maricia – The light in the sea of bitterness

Marie – Bitter

Marie – French form of Latin Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mariel – Diminutive of Maria.

Mariel – English variant spelling of French Marielle, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marielle – Pet form of French Marie, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marigold – Mary”s gold, also the name of a small golden, yellow, or orange flower

Marigold – English name derived from the flower name, composed of the name Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and the word ‘gold.’

Marilee – She is like the star of the blue sea

Marilena – Elaborated form of English Mary, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marilene – Elaborated form of English Mary, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marilou – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Lou ‘famous warrior.’

Marilyn – Blend of Marie or Mary and Lyn.

Marilyn – Modern English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion,’ and Lyn ‘lake,’ hence ‘rebel-lake.’

Marilynn – Variant spelling of English Marilyn, meaning ‘rebel-lake.’

Marilynne – A torrent of the sea of bitterness

Marin – A sea of sorrow and grief

Marina – Feminine form of Roman Latin Marinus, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marinda – Perhaps a transposed form of English Miranda, meaning ‘admirable.’

Mariot – A place name of an old Normandian town Mariott

Mariota – A woman who looks like a pearl

Maris – English 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.

Marisa

Marisa – Modern elaborated form of Latin Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marisah – A bright sea of sadness

Marise – Variant spelling of English Marissa, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marisela – Elaborated form of English Maris, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marissa – Modern English name derived from Latin maris, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marje – Variant spelling of English Marge, meaning ‘pearl.’

Marjery – A medieval variation of the name Margaret, means pearl

Marjeta – Slovene form of English Margaret, meaning ‘pearl.’

Marji – An English version of the name Margerie

Marjoria – A name of a herb marjoram

Marjorie – Variant spelling of English Margery, meaning ‘pearl.’

Marjory – Variant spelling of English Marjorie, meaning ‘pearl.’

Marla – Woman from Magdala

Marla – English pet form of Latin Marlena, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marlaina – She who is a star of the sea

Marlee – Marlee has the meaning of ‘pleasant wood’. The name is a variation of Marley which used to be used as a surname. Can be a name for boys or girls.

Marleen – English variant form of Latin Marlena, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marleena

Marleene – Woman from Magdala

Marleigh

Marleigh – Variant of Marlee, meaning water-logged meadow.

Marlena – Woman of Magdala

Marlena – A derivative of the name Madeline, which literally means, ‘Woman from Magdala.’

Marlene – German form of Latin Marlena, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marley – Near the meadow by the lake, surname, also a variant of Marlene, woman from Magdala

Marley – Variant spelling of English Marlie, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marleyna – Girl from the meadow

Marli – A form of ‘Marlene,’ this name means a tall tower, high-minded, attractive, or one who is adorned.

Marlia – One who is bitter, ambitious person

Marlie – Pet form of English Marleen, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marline

Marline – She who is from Magdala

Marlo – This name either means an optimistic outlook or a hill by a lake.

Marlow – Boggy area in a drained lake

Marlowe – Marshy, from the hill by the lake

Marlowe – Marlowe means a lake that has been drained. It is more commonly a boy’s name.

Marly – Variant spelling of English Marlie, meaning ‘rebel of Magdala.’

Marlyn – Contracted form of English Marilyn, meaning ‘rebel-lake.’

Marlys – Variant of Marlene, which is a blend of Maria and Magdalene.

Marlys – A woman from Magdala

Marlyssa – She who is from Magdala

Marni – English pet form of Roman Latin Marina, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marnie – Variant spelling of English Marni, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Marolyn – Bitter dwells by the torrent

Marooke – An English female name

Marralin – A female british name

Marre – She is a wished-for daughter

Marrilee – Lighthearted, Happy, Merry, A variation of Marilee

Marsh

Marsha

Marsha – English variant spelling of Latin Marcia, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marshan – Modern English blend of Marsha ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea’ and Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Marta – Italian and Spanish form of Greek Martha, meaning ‘lady, mistress.’

Martha – Greek name of Aramaic origin, meaning ‘lady, mistress.’ In the bible, this is the name of a sister of Lazarus.

Martina – Feminine form of Latin Martinus, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Maruxa – One who is traveller, a bitter individual

Marva – Feminine form of English Marvin, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Marvel – The name Marvel is a girl’s name of English origin.

Marvela – Marvelous, Wonderful

Mary

Mary – Middle English form of French Marie (Greek & 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.

Maryam – Maryam is the Ararbic version of the name Mary. It also has a Hebrew meaning of ‘bitterness’.

Maryann – Variant spelling of English Maryanne, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and ‘favor/grace.’

Maryanna – Bitter. Variant of Mary, Marian.

Maryanna – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Anna ‘favor, grace.’

Maryanne – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Marybeth – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Beth ‘God is my oath.’

Marye – A wished-for child

Maryella – A sea of sorrow

Maryellen – One who resembles a bitter torch

Marygold – A flower name

Marygrace – A graceful person who shares joy

Maryjane – A combination of the names Mary & Jane meaning rebellious & a gift from God.

Maryjo – A bitter one

Maryl – A shining sea

Marylea – Lighthearted, Happy, Merry, A variation of Marilee

Marylin – A bitter one

Marylou – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Lou ‘famous warrior.’

Marylu – Variant spelling of English Marylou, a compound name meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and ‘famous warrior.’

Marylyn – Variant spelling of English Marilyn, meaning ‘rebel-lake.’

Marylynn – A combination of Mary and Lynn

Maryon – Bitter. Variant of Marian.

Maryon – Derived from Mary, meaning bitter

Maryrose – A bitter rose

Marysue – Combination of names Mary and Susan

Maryvonne – English compound name composed of Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Yvonne ‘yew tree.’

Mason

Masota – A girl who was a Gift of God

Massy – An English surname for the family who came from the town Manche in Normandy

Mathilda – Latin form of Teutonic Mechthild, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Matilda – English form of Latin Mathilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Matillis – A mighty warrior

Matisse – God’s present, Gift of God, A variant name of Matthew

Matte – A variation of Mattea, means a gift of God

Mattie – Lady, battle-mighty

Mattie – Pet form of English Matilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’ Compare with masculine Mattie.

Matty – Variant spelling of English Mattie, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’ Compare with masculine Matty.

Maud – English form of French Maude, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’ Compare with another form of Maud.

Maude – Pet form of Norman French Mathilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Maudeen – One who is powerful and strong in battle

Maudelene – A war maiden

Maudeleyn – A woman from Magdala

Maudie – Pet form of English Maud, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Maughtild – An Irish Surname

Mauld – Middle English form of Norman French Mathilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Maura – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Maire, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’ Compare with another form of Maura.

Maureen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Mairin, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maurene – Variant spelling of English Maureen, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maurine – Variant spelling of English Maureen, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maven – The name Maven is a girl’s name of Hebrew, English origin meaning ‘one who understands’.

Mavis – From the name of the type of bird, also called the song thrush, ultimately derived from Old French.

Mavis – English bird name, meaning ‘song thrush.’

Mavreena – Variant spelling of English Maureen, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mawdelyn – A medeval English girl name

Maxene – Variant spelling of English Maxine, meaning either ‘the greatest rival’ or ‘the stream of Mack.’

Maxie – She is the greatest woman

Maxima – The greatest woman

Maxine

Maxine – Feminine form of English Max, meaning either ‘the greatest rival’ or ‘the stream of Mack.’

May – In it’s simplest translation, the name May is a reference to the month of May, which in itself was taken from ‘Maia’, the ‘Roman goddess of Spring’. Other backgrounds have alternative meanings to the name. For example, May can also be used as a derivativ

Maybelle – Elaborated form of English Mabel, meaning ‘lovable.’

Maybelline – Pet form of English Mabel, meaning ‘lovable.’

Mayda – Young, Unmarried, Maiden, A variant of Maida

Mayde – Young, Unmarried, Maiden, A variant of Maida

Maydena – A young woman who is unmarried

Maydey – Young, Unmarried, Maiden, A variant of Maida

Mayella – One who is like the month of May

Mayes – A Field, A variant of the name Maize, Also could be a derivative of the name of month May

Mayfield – One who is from the Warrior’s field

Maylee – Modern variation of May

Maylee – Maylee’s namesake comes from the Roman earth goddess, based on the fifth month of the year.

Mayleigh – A strife of wealth

Maylin – Modern variation of May

Maylin – A beautiful waterfall

Mayme – Bitter. Abbreviation of Mary and Miriam.

Mayme – Variant spelling of English Mamie, a pet form of both Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion’ and Margaret ‘pearl.’

Maymie – A nickname for Margaret, means pearl

Maynild – One who is strong in battle

Mayra – Elaborated form of English May, a pet form of English Margaret ‘pearl’ and Mary ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Maysant – One who is hardworking

Mayvien – A British girls name

Mckayla – Variant spelling of English Michaela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mckaylin – Modern English name for girls

Mckenna – Irish and Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Cionaodha, meaning ‘son of Cionaodh,’ hence ‘born of fire.’

Mckenzie – Variant spelling of English unisex Mackenzie, meaning ‘comely, finely made.’

Mckinsley – English modern girl name

Mead – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, denoting someone who ‘lives by a meadow.’

Meade – Variant spelling of English unisex Mead, meaning ‘lives by a meadow.’

Meadow – An open, uncultivated field

Meadow – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘meadow.’

Meagan – Modern English form of Welsh Megan, meaning ‘pearl.’

Meagen – A pearl, preacious one

Meave – Variant spelling of English Maeve, meaning ‘intoxicating.’

Mede – One who is like a meadow

Meed – Variant spelling of English unisex Mead, meaning ‘lives by a meadow.’

Meeka – Hebrew – Who is like God, A variation of Michaela

Meg – Pearl

Meg – The name Meg is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Megan – Pet form of Welsh Mared, meaning ‘pearl.’

Meggie – Pet form of English Margaret, meaning ‘pearl.’

Meghyn – One who is the child of light, pearl

Meglena – Bulgarian form of Madeline. It means from Magdala.

Mehenilda – She who is strong in battle

Meilros – A rose flower that is sweet as honey

Meisent – A hard working and netriculous being

Mel – One who is fearless and daring, always having brashness and self confidence.

Melairl – A person who is ethical, lonely and light hearted

Melania – Obscure, dwells in the dark places, invisibleness

Melanie – English form of French Melanie, meaning ‘black, dark.’

Melantha – English name thought to probably be an elaborated form of the Greek word anthos, meaning ‘flower.’

Melany – Variant spelling of English Melanie, meaning ‘black, dark.’

Melba – From the surname of a 19th century singer who took the name from the city of her birth, Melbourne, Australia, meaning ‘mill stream.’

Meldred – A stream that rises in Melbourne

Meldreth – A stream that forms in the mills

Melia – Short form of English Amelia, meaning ‘work.’

Meliauna – One who like the blessed and gracious rain

Melicent – Variant spelling of English Millicent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Melika – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melina – Old Greek – Honey, Bee, Hard Worker, Strong Work, A variant of Melissa

Melinda – Modern blend of Melissa or Melanie and Linda, this name may also derive from the Latin word melitus, meaning sweet.

Melinda – Modern English compound name composed of Mel- (from Melissa (‘sweet’) or Melanie ‘black, dark’) and Linda ‘serpent,’ hence ‘black/dark serpent’ or ‘sweet serpent.’

Meliora – Modern English name derived from the Latin word meliora, meaning ‘always improving.’

Melisa – English variant spelling of Greek Melissa, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Melisant – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melisent – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melisentia – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melissa – 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.

Melissan – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melitsa – Sweet, Greek – Honey, Bee, Hard Worker, A variant of Melissa

Melitta – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melle – Breton form of English Mary, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mellicent – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Mellie – Old Greek – Black, Dark, Highborn Power, Hard Worker, A variant form of Melanie which means Dark-Skinned

Mellony – Variant spelling of English Melanie, meaning ‘black, dark.’

Melodia – English – Melody, Song

Melodie – English – Melody, Song

Melody – Comes from the English word ‘melody’ meaning ‘song’ which came from a combination of the Greek words ‘melos’ and ‘aeido’.

Melrose – A black cored flower of rose

Melva – Feminine form of English Melvin, meaning ‘bad settlement.’

Melveen – Feminine form of English Melvin, meaning ‘bad settlement.’

Melvina – The flat peak, horizontal top.

Melynda

Melyndra – A diplomatic, serious minded and loving person

Melyssa – Modern English variant spelling of Greek Melissa, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Melyssande – A honey bee, sweet girl, sweet as honey

Memory – The ability of recording any information and recalling at the time when needed.

Mendian – One who is settled near the hill, enclosure near the hills.

Menolly – One who has understanding and lovely nature

Mensige – An intensive and insightful individual

Mercedes – Spanish name derived from a title of the Virgin Mary, Maria de las Mercedes (‘Mary of Mercies’), meaning ‘mercies.’

Mercer – Merchant, a name used for both genders

Merci – Mercy, Kindness, Compassion, Benevolence, A variant of Mercy

Mercia – From Mercia, Compassion, forbearance.

Mercia – Mercy, Kindness, Compassion, Benevolence, A variant of Mercy

Mercie – Disposed to bestow favors.

Mercilla – Good natured, tolerance of delay or incompetence.

Mercina – Refraining from acting.

Mercy – Merciful, compassionate

Mercy – Derived from the vocabular meaning ‘mercy’., ‘grace’ and also ‘ransom, refering to the ‘wage’ Jesus paid for mankind’s sins.

Merdyce – A determined, preserving and happy individual

Meredith – English unisex name derived from Welsh Meredydd, probably meaning ‘sea day’ or ‘sea sun.’

Merewen – Inspiring pleasure.

Merewina – A variant of Merewen which is derived from name Merewynn which means renowned joy, great pleasure, splendid delight

Meridel – Mirthful, joyous, variant of Merry and possibly Meredith

Meridel – A joyful and merry person.

Merideth – Feminine variant of English unisex Meredith, meaning ‘sea day’ or ‘sea sun.’

Merie – Variation of Merry which means Lighthearted or Happy

Meriel – Variant of Muriel, shining sea

Meriel – Variant spelling of English Muriel, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Merilda – The queen or empress of war and battle

Merilee – The name Merilee is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning pasture, meadow’.

Merilyn – The name Merilyn is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning lake’.

Merit – Compare with another form of Merit. English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin meritus, meaning ‘deserving.’

Meriwether – English 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.’

Merla – Feminine form of English unisex Merle, meaning ‘blackbird.’

Merle – English 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.

Merlene – The diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight. Falcon.

Merletta – Black Bird, Shiny sea, A Diminutive of Merle, A variant of Merrill or Muriel.

Merlyn – Unisex form of English Merlin, meaning ‘sea fort.’

Merree – English – Merry, Lighthearted, Happy

Merrie – Full of joy or producing joy.

Merrielle – English – Merry, Lighthearted, Happy

Merril – The magnificient marine.

Merrilee – Exultantly proud and joyful, in high sprits.

Merrilees – A merry meadow or wood, a shelter of happiness

Merrili – English – Merry, Lighthearted, Happy

Merrill – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the personal name Meriel, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Merrily – The one who is extremely happy and blissful.

Merrilyn – Variant spelling of English Marilyn, meaning ‘rebel-lake.’

Merrita – The head of a tribe or clan.

Merritt – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old English term moere gaet, meaning ‘boundary gate.’

Merritta – The gate of boundaries, or one from the boundary gate

Merry – Cheerful, happy, also a variant of Mary, Mercy, Meredith and similar names

Merry – Originally a form of English Mercy ‘forgiveness, mercy,’ today it this name is usually chosen form its association with the word ‘cheerful’ and ‘jolly.’

Merryl – The ocean which gives extreme beauty.

Merryn – The meaning of Merryn is ‘joyful’ or ‘lighthearted’. It was the name of a English Saint.

Mersey – Mercy, Kindness, Compassion, Benevolence, A variant of Mercy

Mersia – The boundary of the multitude.

Mertie – From a sea town, A variant form of Myrtle which is a plant name of Garden Shrub which is a symbol of Victory in Greek

Mertis – From a sea town, A variant form of Myrtle which is a plant name of Garden Shrub which is a symbol of Victory in Greek

Mertise – The person who is having affcetion by the general public.

Mertyce – Pleasurable and well known.

Meryl – Latin – Blackbird, Falcon, Celtic – Sea Bright, Hebrew – Sea of Bitterness, Rebelliousness

Meryle – Variant spelling of English unisex Merrill, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Metcalf – Herdsman, Food Calf, An English Surname

Micaela – Hebrew – Who is like God, A variation of Michaela

Micaella – Hebrew – Who is like God, A variation of Michaela

Micayla – Hebrew – Who is like God, A variation of Michaela

Michaela

Michaela – Feminine form of English Michael, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Michal – Anglicized 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.

Michayla – Variant spelling of English Michaela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Micheline – Hebrew – Who is like God, A variation of Michaela

Michelle – Feminine form of French Michel, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Michelyne – English variant spelling of French Micheline, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mickey – Unisex pet form of English Michael and Michaela, both meaning ‘who is like God?’

Midajah – A person with mystic powers and rational mind

Midge – Variant spelling of English Madge, meaning ‘pearl.’

Mignon – English name derived from the French word mignon, meaning ‘charming, delicate, pretty.’

Mignonette – English name derived from a diminutive form of the French word mignon (‘charming, delicate, pretty’), hence ‘little delicate one.’

Mika

Mikaela

Mikayla

Mikayla – Variant spelling of English Michaela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mikelle

Mikki – Who is like the Lord, nickname for Michaela

Mikki – Pet form of English Michaela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Milam – From the house situated near mill

Milburegh – A small fort or fortress

Milburn – The stream off the mill

Milbury – A person belongs to the land of mills

Milbyrne – The stream of water from the mill land

Mildred – Gentle counselor, Saint Mildred was a seventh-century abbess known for her generosity to the poor.

Mildred – The name Mildred is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘gentle strength’.

Mildredd – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Mildryth, meaning ‘gentle strength.’

Mildreth – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Mildryth, meaning ‘gentle strength.’

Mildrid – Old English – Gentle Adviser, Gentle Strength, A variant of the name Mildred

Mildryd – Old English – Gentle Adviser, Gentle Strength, A variant of the name Mildred

Milesent – A variant of the name Millicent which means hard worker in old Greek

Miley – A modern name with no specific meaning. Popularised by the teen actress and singer Miley Cyrus.

Milicent – Variant spelling of English Milisent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Milisendis – A variant of the name Millicent which means hard worker in old Greek

Milisent – English variant spelling of Norman French Melisent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Milka – Means ‘queen’ in Hebrew. This name appears in the Old Testament belonging to both the wife of Nahor and the daughter of Zelophehad

Milla – English short form of Roman Latin Camilla, possibly meaning ‘attendant (for a temple).’

Millay – The name Millay is a girl’s name of English origin.

Millen – A worker who grinds grain

Millesant – Variant spelling of English Milisent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Millicent – Variant spelling of English Milicent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Millie Grace – Millie’ a pet form of the English name ‘Emily’, which means ‘imitating’. ‘Grace ‘, derived from the biblical name meaning ‘charm’

Millie – The name Millie is a girl’s name of German, English origin, meaning strong in work’.

Milly – Germanic – Hard Worker, A diminutive of Mildred, A variant form of Millicent

Mindelynn – A comfort lake or a lake of comfort

Mindie – Abbreviation of Melinda, which is a blend of Melanie or Melissa and Linda.

Mindy – Abbreviation of Melinda, which is a blend of Melanie or Melissa and Linda

Mindy – Pet form of English Melinda, meaning ‘black/dark serpent’ or ‘sweet serpent.’

Minley – One who is raised in a challenging environment, traveller

Minna – Germanic – Will, Desire, Helmet, Protection, Faithful Guard, A variant form of Mina

Minni – Germanic – Will, Desire, Helmet, Protection, Faithful Guard, A variant form of Mary, A diminutive of Miriam

Minnie – Germanic – Will, Desire, Helmet, Protection, Faithful Guard, A variant form of Mina

Minny – Germanic – Will, Desire, Helmet, Protection, Faithful Guard, A variant form of Mary, A diminutive of Miriam

Minta – Old Greek – Protector, Defender, A contracted form of name Araminta.

Minty – Old Greek – Protector, Defender, A contracted form of name Araminta, Collector of Thoughts

Miquita – An educated and humble individual

Mira – Variant spelling of English Myra, meaning ‘myrrh.’ Compare with other forms of Mira.

Mirabel – English name derived from French Mirabelle, meaning ‘wonderful.’

Miracle – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin miraculum, meaning ‘marvel, wonder.’

Miranda – English Shakespearean name, derived from Latin mirandus, meaning ‘worthy of admiration.’

Miriam – Anglicized 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.

Mirielle – Hebrew – God Has Spoken, To admire, Wonderful, A variant of Mira

Mirit – Beloved to Amun, Star of the Sea, A variant form of Miriam

Mirth – The pleasure of joy, the cheerful

Mirtle – A variant form of Myrtle which is a plant name of Garden Shrub which is a symbol of Victory in Greek

Missie – Variant spelling of English Missy, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Missy – The name Missy is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning honeybee’.

Mist – Particles of Water

Misti – Variant spelling of English Misty, meaning ‘dim, cloudy, vague.’

Misty – Misty

Misty – English 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.

Mizell – Tiny gnat

Mo – Pet form of English Maureen, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’ Compare with masculine Mo.

Moana – Hawaiian – Ocean, A variant transcription is Moanna

Moanna – Hawaiian – Ocean, A variant form of Moana

Mobley – From the clearing with the mound, A variant form of Moberley

Mocha – Combination of two words ‘Mehr’ and ‘Nisa’ beautiful and faithful woman.

Modesty – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Middle French modestie, from Latin modestus, meaning ‘moderate, sober.’

Mogota – A patient and reasonable person

Moira – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Maire, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mokate – An easy going and humble being

Moll – Short form of English Molly, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Molli – A bitter person, rebellious

Mollie – Bitter

Mollie – Variant spelling of English Molly, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Molly

Molly – Hebrew – Sea of Bitterness, Rebelliousness, Wished for Child, Celtic – Little Mary, A variant of Mary

Mona – Compare with another form of Mona. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muadhnait, meaning ‘little noble one.’

Monat – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muadhnait, meaning ‘little noble one.’

Monday – English name derived from the week day name, composed of the Old English elements mona ‘moon’ and d?g ‘day,’ hence ‘moon day.’

Monica

Monica – Latin name, possibly derived from the Latin word monere, meaning ‘advise, counsel.’

Monika – Old Greek – Single, Only, Monk, Hermit, To advise, To warn, A variant of name Monica

Monique – Old Greek – Single, Only, Monk, Hermit, To advise, To warn, A variant of name Monica

Monna – Variant spelling of English Mona, meaning ‘little noble one’ or ‘advise, counsel.’

Monnie – The one who shows right path to others

Monta – Feminine form of English Monty, meaning ‘pointed hill.’

Montana – English name derived from the state name, meaning ‘mountainous.’

Moody – A brave spirit, an impulsive person

Moolde – A dynamic and nature loving person

Moon – One who enlightens the dark nights

Mora – English pet form of names beginning with Mor-.

Moreen – Anglicized pet form of Irish Gaelic M?r, meaning ‘great.’

Moreley – One who cleans the area of low wet land

Morfudd – An unmarried young women, a virgin girl

Morgan

Morgan – Welsh name, derived from ancient Celtic Morcant, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’ In use by the English as a unisex name.

Morgana – Elaborated form of Welsh Morgan, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’

Morgance – Celtic – Sea, Edge, Circle, Completion, Bright, White Sea Dweller, Great and Bright

Morgane – English variant spelling of French Morgaine, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’

Morgen – Variant spelling of English Morgan, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’

Moriah – Anglicized 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.

Morissa – A female with the dark complexion

Morley

Morna – Anglicized form of Irish and Scottish Gaelic Muirne, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Morning – Beginning of Day, English – Morning

Morrisa – A dark colored girl

Morton – One who is settled by the moor

Morven – English name derived from the Scottish place name Morvern, from Gaelic Mhorbhairne, meaning ‘the big gap.’

Moscelyne – A happy and lucky individual, five moons

Moselle – Hebrew – Taken from the water, From a French river, A variant transcription of the name Mozelle

Mosley – The name Mosley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘peat bog or mouse clearing’.

Moss – A person belongs to the peat land

Mossie – Birth giving, A variant of Mossi

Mould – Variant spelling of Middle English Mauld, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Mouleen – A dweller from the mill

Mourici – dark-skinned person

Moxie – The name Moxie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘aggressive energy, know-how’.

Moyna – English variant spelling of Celtic Moina, meaning ‘gentle, soft.’

Moyra – Variant spelling of English Moira, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Moysent – A self reliant and peaceful person

Muriel – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Muireall, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Mya – English variant spelling of Danish/Swedish Mia, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion,’ or Greek Maia, meaning ‘mother.’

Myla – Meaning ‘merciful’, this name has become increasingly popular within English culture. It is also used as a feminine alternative to the male name Myles.

Mylah – Mylah means merciful. The more common spelling is Myla.

Myra – Derived from the Latin word for myrrh, and possibly a variant of the name Myrna, Myra may also have been invented by the English poet Fulke Grenville.

Myra – English 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.

Myranda – Variant spelling of English Miranda, meaning ‘worthy of admiration.’

Myree – Myrrh

Myriam – Variant spelling of English Miriam, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Myrina – Myrrh, a variant of Myra

Myrna – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muirne, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Myrtie – Pet form of English Myrtle, meaning ‘little myrtle.’

Myrtle – A botanical name for an evergreen shrub, Myrtle was considered sacred to the Roman goddess of love, Venus, who used it as one of her symbols.

Myrtle – English 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.’

English girl names starting with N

Nacelle – In English it means a Shell, In French it means a small boat

Nadalyn – From the prosperous man’s peak.

Nadalyne – From the high peak of a wealthy man

Nadia – English form of Russian Nadya, meaning ‘hope.’ Compare with another form of Nadia.

Nadine – Pet form of French Nadiya, meaning ‘hope.’

Naisbit – The nose-bend of the river

Naisbitt – The nose-bend of a piece of ground

Nakisha – Unclear

Nalyssa – Beloved child of light, a lantern

Nan – Short form of English Nancy, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Nana – Pet form of English Nancy, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with other forms of Nana.

Nanci

Nancie

Nancy – Grace, variant of Ann often regarded as an independent name

Nancy – English diminutive form of French Anne, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Nanette – Diminutive form of English Nan (‘favor, grace’), hence ‘little favorable one’ or ‘little graceful one.’

Nann – Short form of Nanette, variant of Ann, Anne meaning favor, grace

Nanna – Pet form of English Nancy, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with another form of Nanna.

Nannie – Variant spelling of English Nanny, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Nanny – English pet form of French Anne, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Naomi – Anglicized form 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.

Narelle – Unclear

Natalee

Natalee – Variant spelling of English Natalie, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Natalie – English form of Latin Natalia, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Natavia – A pleasant gift from God

Nathalee

Nathalia

Natille – Variant spelling of English Natalie, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Natisha – English altered form of Russian Natasha, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Naydi – An adorable, loving and independent person

Necessity – unavoidable or extremely requisite

Neda – Wealthy protector, feminine form of Ned

Nedjelko – The one who’s birth day is Sunday.

Nedo – Protector of snow or protector of wealth.

Neeli – The one who is winning the competition.

Nehushta – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nechushta, meaning ‘brass.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of King Jehoiakim, the mother of Jehoiachin.

Neile – Feminine form of English Neil, meaning ‘champion.’

Neilina – Pet form of English Neile, meaning ‘champion.’ In use by the Scottish.

Neko – The butter made from the Sheep’s milk.

Nel – Nel is a pet form of various different names, for example: Cornelia, which means ‘war horn’ or Helen which means ‘bright one’ or ‘shining one’.

Nelda – One who lives by the alder tree

Nelda – The name Nelda is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘one who lives by the alder tree’.

Nell – Variant of Eleanor, Cornelia, Prunella and similar names

Nell – The name Nell is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright, shining one’.

Nella

Nella – Pet form of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Nelle – Pet form of English Eleanor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Nellie

Nellie – Diminutive form of English Nell, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Nellwyn – The one who is very close to Nellie’s heart.

Nelly – Variant spelling of English Nellie, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Nelta – Woman who came from near the sea

Nelwin – The joyful or delightful mate.

Nelwina – Positive and lively buddy.

Nelwyn – Daughter of the winner.

Nelwyna – Merry and smiling friend.

Nena – English variant spelling of French Nina, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with other forms of Nena.

Nenet – Goddess of the Deep

Nennia – Who belongs to the northern areas

Nequoyah – A sserious, independent and wonderful being

Nerine – Feminine 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.

Nerissa – English Shakespeare creation, derived from Greek Nereis, meaning ‘nymph, sea sprite.’

Nerute – A polite, easy going and fun loving person

Nessa – Short form of English Vanessa, possibly meaning ‘to appear.’ Compare with other forms of Nessa.

Nessie – Pet form of English Vanessa, possibly meaning ‘to appear.’

Netta – Pet form of English names ending with the sound of net. Compare with another form of Netta.

Nettie – Pet form of English names ending with the sound of net.

Netty

Neva – Old English name meaning ‘new.’ Compare with other forms of Neva.

Nevada – English unisex name derived from the U.S. state name, meaning ‘snow-capped.’

Nevaeh – The word ‘heaven’ spelled backwards, this name was popularized in America after the rock singer Sonny Sandoval, from P.O.D, named his daughter Nevaeh in 2000.

Neve – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Niamh, meaning ‘beauty, brightness.’

Neveah – A popular alternative of Nevaeh, meaning ‘heaven’, the name is modern and spells ‘heaven’ in reverse.

Nevila – The newly established town

Newlyn – From the shrine of Saint Newelina.

Ngahuia – An exotic person who can sing

Nia

Niawbrawaka – A truthful and kind human being

Niccole – The success of the nation.

Nichele – Blend of Nichole (victory of people) and Michelle (gift from God)

Nichelle – Which man is like God?

Nichola – Feminine form of English Nicholas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nichole – English form of French Nicole, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicky – Unisex pet form of English Nichola/Nichole and Nicholas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicola – Feminine form of Italian Nicolo, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicole – Feminine form of French Nicolas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicolette – Pet form of French Nicole, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nigelia – Feminine form of English Nigel, meaning ‘champion.’

Nightingale – A bird that sings melodiously

Nikeisha – Resembling the cinnamon tree.

Niketa – Failed, Unproductive, Vain, Ineffective.

Nikki

Nikki – Pet form of English Nichole, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nikkie – The people of triumph.

Nikkole – Variant spelling of English Nichole, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nina – Hebrew name meaning ‘granddaughter’ or ‘great-granddaughter.’

Nirmanyu – The soldier at the northern entrance.

Nirvana – Modern English name derived from the Sanskrit word nirvana, meaning ‘disappearance, extinction (of the soul).’

Nita – Gracious

Nitara – Unclear

Noa – Variant spelling of English Noah, meaning ‘motion.’

Noah – Anglicized form of Hebrew No’ah, meaning ‘motion.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Zelophehad. Compare with masculine Noah.

Noele – English form of French Noele, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Noelene – Pet form of English Noele, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Noella – Pet form of English Noelle, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Noelle – English form of French Noelle, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Nogga – Poised and graceful individual

Nogge – A person who is quick minded and fertile

Nola – Feminine form of English Nolan, meaning ‘little champion’ or ‘little chariot fighter.’

Nolene – Feminine form of English Nolan, meaning ‘little champion’ or ‘little chariot fighter.’

Nona – Old English name derived from Latin nonus, meaning ‘ninth.’ Usually given to the ninth born child if it is female. Compare with another form of Nona.

Noni – Variant form of Old English Nona, meaning ‘ninth.’

Nonie – Variant spelling of Old English Noni, meaning ‘ninth.’ Compare with another form of Nonie.

Nora – English form of Irish Nora, meaning ‘honor, valor.’ Compare with another form of Nora.

Norabel – The name Norabel is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘beautiful light’.

Norah – Variant spelling of English Nora, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Noralyn – The person who is wonderful and decency.

Norberta – Feminine form of Old French Norbert, meaning ‘bright northman’ or ‘famous northman.’

Noreen – The name Noreen is a girl’s name of English, Irish origin, meaning light’.

Norella – The lady who is possessing integrity and honesty.

Norene – Variant spelling of Irish Noreen, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Norla – A person who is poised and reserved

Norma – The name Norma is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the north, or, the pattern’.

Norwood – The soldier at the northern entrance.

Notekyn – Name od a stated, snow clas and filled with light

Nova – Modern English name derived from Latin novus, meaning ‘new.’ Compare with another form of Nova.

Nubia – From the African country name, itself possibly from the Egyptian word nbw, meaning ‘gold.’

Nud – A generous and expressive human being

Nuen – An individual who has high standards

Nuwaira – The petal of the beautiful flowers.

Nyaja – An inspired and a guardian angel

Nyasia – Unclear

Nydia – Created 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.’

Nyle – island

Nymeria – A warrior queen

Nynyue – An entertaining, noble and kind person

Nyree – English form of Maori Ngaire, possibly meaning ‘flax.’

English girl names starting with O

Oaklee – This name, which is also spelled ‘Oakley,’ means one who is from the oak tree.

Oakleigh – South Indian variant of Mohandas that means servant of Lord Krishna.

Oakley – From the oak tree meadow, a surname and variant of Ackerley

Oakley – A charming lamp or a lamp that gives a charming light.

Oakleyl – One who cleans the oak meadows

Oakly – Kind and compassionate, Lord Krishna

Oaklyn – American invented name

Oaklynn – American invented name

Oanez – Breton form of English Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Obedience – One who is trustworthy, One who can be loved or trusted.

Oberon

Ocean – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin Oceanus, from Greek Okeanos, meaning ‘ocean.’

Octavia – Feminine form of Roman Octavius, meaning ‘eighth.’

Oda – English name derived from Greek oide, meaning ‘song.’ Compare with another form of Oda.

Odele – The name Odele is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘song’.

Odell – Hill on which woad grows

Odella – The chastisement of terrific

Odierna – A fun loving, great an fantastic being

Odierne – A clever and nurturing human being

Ofeibea – A good communicator who is appreciated

Ohndrea – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Ohndreea – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Ohndria – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Okeley – A spelling variation of the Neelam or Nilam that means the Blue Sapphire.

Okely – An Alder tree that grows himself across the rivers or streams.

Okes – A willingly strong spirit and a strong and active person with a calm mind.

Oldwina – The neckline color is blue.

Oleander – Botanical name from an evergreen shrub known for its fragrant white, lavender, or pink flowers and its poison

Olevia – Olive

Oli – The olive plant of tree

Olia – The one from the olive tree

Olif – The olive tree

Oligana – An individual who is appreciative and beloved

Olinka – A patient, well behaved and strong willed person

Olita – Winged

Olita – The one who is able to fly any where.

Oliua – Like the olive tree

Oliue – Have resemblance with olive

Oliva – The peace of the olive tree

Olive – English 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.

Olivette – Pet form of English Olive, meaning ‘olive tree.’

Olivia Grace – Olivia of Latin origin ‘olivarius’ meaning olive tree and Grace also of Latin origin , a Biblical name meaning charm

Olivia – English name created by Shakespeare who may have intended it to be a feminine form of Oliver, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Ollie – Unisex pet form of English Oliver and Olivia, both probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Olly – ELF military or olive tree like.

Olta – A happy and expressive human, great mind

Olyvia – Variant of Olivia, literally, ‘elf army,’ also refers to an olive.

Omega – 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.’

Ona – Variant spelling of English Oona, possibly meaning ‘famine, hunger.’ Compare with another form of Ona.

Ondrea – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Ondreea – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Ondria – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Oneida – English name derived from the name of the Iroquois tribe, meaning ‘standing stone, upright stone.’

Onie – The one who was born divinely.

Onna – Good taste and generosity of spirit.

Onndrea – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Onndria – Variant form of English Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Onyx – Onyx

Oona – One, unity, together, also Gaelic form of Agnes

Oona – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Una, possibly meaning ‘famine, hunger.’

Oonagh – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Una, possibly meaning ‘famine, hunger.’

Opal – English 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.

Opaline – Elaborated form of English Opal, meaning ‘gem, precious stone.’

Opel – Jewel

Ophelia – Feminine form of Greek Ophelos, meaning ‘help.’ This name was used by Shakespeare for an ill-omened character in Hamlet.

Oprah – Feminine variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Ophrah, meaning ‘fawn.’

Ora – English unisex name derived from Latin orare, meaning ‘to pray.’ Compare with another form of Ora.

Orabel – English name derived from Italian Orabella, meaning ‘golden beautiful.’

Orabella – Answered prayer, variant of Arabella

Oral – The statements which were given already.

Oralee – Variant spelling of English Oralie, meaning ‘golden.’ Compare with another form of Oralee.

Oralie

Oralie – English form of French Aurelie, meaning ‘golden.’

Orange – A citrus fruit, also a color

Orawin – A gracious, poised and gracious being

Orchid – English 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.

Orda – A sociable and strong willed individual

Orde – Point, sword

Ordell – The tiny table knife or bread-knife or bladeknife.

Orenga – The citrus fruit of orange

Oreute – A talente, individualistic and versatile being

Oriana – Latin 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.’

Oriane – French from of Latin Oriana, possibly meaning ‘golden.’

Orianne – Variant spelling of French Oriane, possibly meaning ‘golden.’

Orla – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Orfhlaith, meaning ‘gold-princess.’

Orlagh – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Orfhlaith, meaning ‘gold-princess.’

Orlenda – English variant spelling of Italian Orlanda, meaning ‘famous land.’

Ormonda – Feminine form of English Ormond, meaning ‘descendant of Ruadh.’

Orna – Variant spelling of English Ornat, meaning ‘little sallow one.’ Compare with another form of Orna.

Ornagrine – A nice, impulsive and active person

Ornat – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Odharnait, meaning ‘little sallow one.’ Compare with another form of Ornat.

Orofoise – A person who is excitable and friendly

Orugle – A lonely, excited and graceful individual

Orva – Brave friend

Osgifu – The Noordeep the spot of brightness.

Osha – English-American – Bear, Occia is a variant of Osha

Osiana – A little young deer

Ositha – An inspirational and idealistic person, very strong

Oslafa – An ambitious, courageous and strong person

Oslo – Name of a city in Norway

Oslow – A ridge, common name of a place in Norway

Osma – One who acts like a divine protector

Ossenna – A creative, happy and versatile person

Ossia – Feminine form of English Ossian, meaning ‘little deer.’

Ostara – Name of a German Goddess

Osthryd – A responsible and practical person, free detailed

Osthryth – A responsible and stable person, diplomatic

Ostryd – Name of an omnipotent God, has congenial nature

Otelia – A preserving and strong willed person

Ottelien – A self improving and majestic person

Ottokar – A person who is like a beautiful poem

Ouarda – One who is like a famous warrior

Ouida – The name Ouida is a girl’s name of English origin.

Ourdolat – An individual who is free detailed and clever

Outacite – Another name for a man-killer

Ovelle – A person who is filled with enthusiasm

Overton – A habitational name for an enclosure

Owaissa – A Bluebird, a beautiful song of Hiawatha

Owena – Feminine form of English and Welsh Owen, meaning ‘born of yew.’

Ozaine – An intelligent and self confident person

English girl names starting with P

Pa – A fragrant and beautiful flower

Pacchild – A practical, logical and dignified person

Pacey – The name Pacey is a girl’s name of English origin.

Pacific – Tranquil, Peaceful

Paden – Bald, A variant transcription of Patton

Padget – Middle English – Little Page, Servant, helper

Paetyn – Variant of Payton, home of the fighter, unrelenting.

Page – Page has a predonimantly English use and means ‘attendant’, ‘server’ or ‘helper’. It can also be used as a boys name and has frequently been seen as a surname.

Paget – Feminine diminutive form of English unisex Page, meaning ‘little patrician, little servant.’

Paige – Page, attendant

Paige – Refering to the medieval servents of lords, meaning ‘helper’. Also spelt Page.

Paighton – Of Old English origin meaning ‘peacock town’, this name is a variant form of Peyton.

Paise – Short form of English unisex Paisley, meaning ‘church.’

Paislee – Scottish – Patterned fabric, From Paisley, Scottish, Man of the church, A variant of name Paisley

Paisleigh – Variant of Paisley, giving glory to God, active in the church.

Paisley – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Paislig, possibly meaning ‘church.’

Paiton – One who is villager or a warrior

Paityn – Paityn is a more feminine spelling of the unisex name Peyton. It is derived from the English surname Peyton and means rustic.

Palin

Palmer – Chaste, innocent, pure, without sin.

Pals – They have a deep desire for independence and leadership

Pam – Invented by poet Sir Philip Sidney

Pam – Short form of English Pamela, meaning ‘all honey.’

Pameela – Honey, Sweet, All sweetness, Made from honey, Variant spelling of ‘Pamela.’

Pamela – Invented by the sixteenth-century poet Sir Philip Sidney, Pamela is possibly derived from the Greek words pan meaning all and meli meaning honey.

Pamela – English 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.’

Pamelia – Elaborated form of English Pamela, meaning ‘all honey.’

Pamella

Pamella – Variant spelling of English Pamela, meaning ‘all honey.’

Pamelyn – Honey, Sweet, All sweetness, Made from honey, Variant spelling of ‘Pamela.’

Pamila – Variant spelling of English Pamela, meaning ‘all honey.’

Pamina – Honey, Sweet, All sweetness, Made from honey, Variant spelling of ‘Pamela.’

Pamla – Honey, Sweet, All sweetness, Made from honey, Variant spelling of ‘Pamela.’

Pammie – One who is as sweet as honey

Pammy – One who has been honeyed

Panalin – A derivative from Latin word Pannus

Panchita – Unique, Saint, Noble, Adviser

Panima – The individual who is the mother of God

Panjai – Lots of Love, A Thai name meaning so much of love

Pansy – Flower name from the French word pensée meaning thought

Pansy – English name derived from the flower name, from the Old French word pensee, meaning ‘thought.’

Papillon – A wonderful butterfly, thrifty individual

Paradis – A variant form of Paradise which means heavenly

Paralee – Ornamental Plant

Paratyl – One who is lighted like a flame

Paris – Original meaning uncertain, though the modern meaning refers to the French capital

Paris – Modern 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.

Park – Park keeper

Parker – Park keeper

Parker – In medieval times, a last name given to someone who was a gamekeeper. Well-known Parkers: writer Dorothy Parker, saxophonist Charlie Parker, actresses Mary-Louise Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Parker Posey.

Parkir – One who is determined and has the preserving nature

Parkker – One who is the keeper of the farm

Parks – Park keeper

Parkyr – Keeper of the farmland, wonderful

Parlan – Ploughman, Farmer, Son of the plough

Parley – One who speakes very good

Paronel – A generous and neutral neutral individual

Parris – Variant 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.

Parrker – One who is the keeper of the park

Parthena – Old Greek – Maiden, Virgin, A variant form of the English Parthenia

Parthenope – Old Greek – Maiden, Virgin, A variant form of the English Parthenia

Pascoe

Passion – One with strong desire or passion

Pat – English unisex short form of English Patrick and Latin Patricia, meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’

Patali – One who is intense, positive and complete

Patalin – One who is a social and friendly creature

Pate – Peacock town

Paten – One who belongs to a warrior’s town

Path – English – Pathway, A leading way

Pathare – An original and reserved person

Patience – A 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.

Paton – Meaning ‘bold’, this is more popularly a boys name.

Patrica – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant transcription of Patricia

Patricia – Feminine form of Latin Patricius, meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’

Patrie – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia

Patrisha – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia

Patsuqua – One who is entitled to all happiness

Patsy – English unisex name meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’ It is a pet form of both English Patrick and Latin Patricia.

Patti – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia, Female Version of Patrick.

Pattie – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia, Female Version of Patrick.

Patty – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia, Female Version of Patrick.

Paula – English feminine form of English/French Paul, meaning ‘small.’

Pauleen – Pet form of English Paula, meaning ‘small.’

Paulene – Pet form of English Paula, meaning ‘small.’

Pauletta – Latin – Little, Humble, From The Name Pauline, A variant of Paul

Paulette – Pet form of French Paule, meaning ‘small.’

Paulie – A variant of Paul, a small being

Paulina – Latin – Little, Humble, From The Name Pauline, A variant of Paul

Pauline – French form of Latin Paulina, meaning ‘small.’

Paveye – An amusing, precise and youthful being

Paxten – One from the peaceful farm

Paxton – The one who is from a peaceful settlement

Paxtun – A person who is from peaceful town

Payge – A name for the gentleman from Windsor

Payne – Rustic villager, A variation of the name Payen

Payson – One who seeks calm above anything else.

Payten – One who is multi talented and perfect individual

Payton – Commonly used for both girls and boys, the name Payton derives from ‘the farm of Paega’, which means ‘a fighting man’s estate’. The name is particularly popular in the United States.

Paytun – Peacock town

Peace – Peace, tranquility, contentment

Peace – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘peace.’

Peach – English – Peach, Derived from the name of the fruit, which is itself.

Peaches – The name Peaches refers to the fruit and the orange-pink color of its skin.

Peadda – One who remains responsible for fellow beings

Pearl – Pearl, birthstone for the month of June that is said to impart health and wealth

Pearl – The name Pearl is associated with the semi-prescious stone of the same name and has been of greater popularity since the 19th Century. It has often been given due to it being the birthstone for those born in June, and is supposedly meant to impart ‘health

Pearla – A precious and loving being

Pearle – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Pearlene – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Pearlie – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, Jewel, A variant form of Pearl

Pearly – One who is like the gem in the ocean

Pearson – Son of Peter, Rock, Stone, Son of Pierce

Pearyl – One who is lives within the soft tissue

Pechel – An effective and lonesome individual

Peg – The name Peg is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Pega – A stable minded and serious person, responsible

Pegeen – Old Greek – Pearl, A variant contracted form of Margaret

Pegg – A maker of wooden pegs

Peggi – Old Greek – Pearl, A variant contracted form of Margaret

Peggie – Variant spelling of English Peggy, meaning ‘pearl.’

Peggy – Pet 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.

Peggylou – An efficient, godly and open minded person

Peighton – Fighter, will defend their honor and their reputation.

Peleilah – A likable and efficient being, loyal

Pemal – One who is filled with sweetness

Pemberley – A diplomatic and natty individual

Pen – English short form of Latin Penelope, meaning ‘weaver of cunning.’

Penarwen – A realistic and warm hearted individual

Pene – English short form of Latin Penelope, meaning ‘weaver of cunning.’

Penelope – Latin 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.

Penina – Anglicized form of Hebrew Peninnah, meaning ‘coral’ or ‘pearl.’

Peninna – Anglicized form of Hebrew Peninnah, meaning ‘coral’ or ‘pearl.’

Peninnah – Means ‘precious stone, pearl’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of one of the wives of Elkanah, the other being Hannah

Penney – Variant spelling of English Penny, meaning ‘weaver of cunning.’

Penny – English pet form of Latin Penelope, meaning ‘weaver of cunning.’

Peony – English name derived from the flower name, peony, which was named after the physician god P?on because the flower was formerly used in medicine.

Pepper – Literally refers to the vegetable ‘pepper,’ and likely describes a spunky personality.

Peppi – Latin – Perpetual, Everlasting, A diminutive of Perpetua

Perdita – English name created by Shakespeare, derived from the Latin word perditus, meaning ‘lost.’

Perdy – Latin – Lost, A variant of Perdita

Perenelle – Feminine form of name Petronille

Peridot – Birthstone, Yellow Green Gem, Precious Stone

Perihan – A name given to the queen of fairies

Perl – Gemstone

Perla – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Perle – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Perlie – Variant spelling of English Pearlie, meaning ‘pearl.’

Perline – One who is like a pearl

Peronel – Medieval English contracted form of Roman Latin Petronel, meaning ‘little rock.’

Peronele – One who is of the generous nature and is dramatic

Peronelle – Variant spelling of English Peronel, meaning ‘little rock.’

Perrie – One with lot of power and energy

Perry – Son of Harry who came from Pear tree

Persayis – Latin – Little, Humble, A feminine variant of Paul

Persephone – 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.

Perweur – One with the scientific and inventive person

Peryna – A serious and studious natured person

Pet – Ask

Petal – English – A part of a flower’s blossom, A variant is Petel

Petaline – A variant of Petal, Resembling a Petal

Petit – Name for a small person

Petra – Feminine form of Latin Petrus, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Petriana – They are reasonable, nice and educated people

Petrina – One who is like a stone or a rock

Petronel – An impressing and intelligent person

Petronyl – A friendly and poised personality

Petrova – Old Greek – Rock, Stone, A variant of Petra

Petti – Noble, Bright, Famous

Petula – Possibly an English Christian coinage derived from Latin petulare, meaning ‘to ask,’ hence ‘supplicant.’

Petunia – Lovely trumpet-shaped flower

Petunia – English name derived from the flower name, from French petun, an obsolete word for the tobacco plant.

Peyton – Warrior”s village, a name used for both genders. Peyton Place was the name of a popular TV show from the 1960s.

Peyton – Variant spelling of English unisex Payton, meaning ‘P?ga’s settlement.’

Pheasant – An occupational name.

Phebe – English variant spelling of Greek Phoebe, meaning ‘shining one.’

Phebian – A person who is responsible and practical

Phemie – Short form of English Euphemie, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Pheobe – Modern English variant spelling of Latin Phoebe, meaning ‘shining one.’

Pheriche – Habitational name from small town in Nepal located in foothills of mount Everest

Pheya – Meaning-Goddess

Philberta – An intelligent and knowledgeable person

Philipa – Feminine form of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Philippa – Feminine form of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Philippina – Anglicized form of Spanish Felipina, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Philis – English variant spelling of Greek Phyllis, meaning ‘foliage.’

Phillida – Variant spelling of Greek Phyllida, meaning ‘foliage.’ In use by the English.

Phillipa – Feminine form of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Phillis – English variant spelling of Greek Phyllis, meaning ‘foliage.’

Philota – An inspirational and dramatic person

Phoebe – Latin form of Greek Phoibe, meaning ‘shining one.’ In mythology, this is the name of a Titan goddess of bright intellect.

Phoenix – Latin 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.

Phrona – English short form of Greek Sophronia, meaning ‘self-controlled.’

Phuong – English – Phoenix

Phyliss – English variant spelling of Greek Phyllis, meaning ‘foliage.’

Phyllida – Feminine form of Greek Phyllidos, meaning ‘foliage.’ In use by the English.

Phyllis – 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.’

Piav – A place of domestic affection

Pic – One who lives in a refined surroundings

Pierrette – One who is similar to a rock or stone

Pietja – One who is born to provide hope

Piety – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘piety.’

Pil – A ball, one who is filled with devotion and compassion

Pinja – Finnish – Stone Pine, Estonian Pine

Pink – A color name, the color pink or rose

Pinkie – English – Pink

Pinnel – An English surname meaning little pine-tree

Pip – To tremble, Lover of horses, A diminutive of Philip

Pipa – One who loves horses

Piper – A surname which was originally given to a person who played on a pipe (flute).

Piper – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from Middle English pipere, meaning ‘pipe-player.’

Pipere – One who plays the pipe

Piperel – A musican playing the pipe

Pipina – The God will add

Pippa

Pippa – Pet form of English Philippa, meaning ‘lover of horses.’ It is the feminine equivalent of masculine Pip.

Pipper – Piper

Pippi – Germanic – Perseverant one, one who petitions, A variant form of name Pepin

Pistol

Pleasance – English form of Old French Plaisance, meaning ‘pleasant.’

Pleasant – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘pleasant.’

Plesa – A delightful, pleasing woman

Plesance – An agreeable, delightful person

Plesantia – A pleasant, delightful woman

Plesencia – A charming, pleasant, friendly woman

Plum – English – Small Fruit, Name of fruit, Plumm is a variant transcription

Pneuma – English name derived from Greek pneuma, meaning ‘breath,’ or, metaphorically, a non-material being or influence, i.e. ‘spirit.’

Poe – A person who is like a peacock

Poet – Old English – Strife for wealth, spoils of war

Pogge – A fish, also called an armed bullhead

Polaris – Polaris is the name of the North Star, A star in tip of tail of little bear, Pole Star

Pollekin – A daughter that was prayed for

Polli – One who is like a sea of bitterness

Pollie – Variant spelling of English Polly, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Polly – Alternate form of English Molly, ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’ The reason for the change from ‘M’ to ‘P’ is not known.

Pollyana – A rebellious child

Pollyanna – This name derives from English origin from the character in the novel Pollyanna (1913) by E.H Porter, it is a combination of Polly and Anna.

Pomana – One who is like a fruit tree

Pomeline – Related to the word Pomme, which means Fruit Orchard

Pomona – She is the fruit of the tree

Ponijao – A person who is cheerful and joyous

Poppie – English – Poppy, From The Flower, A variant of name Popee

Poppy

Poppy – English name derived from the flower name, from Latin papaver, which may be a reduplication of the base *pap-, meaning ‘to swell.’

Port – One who works or lives near a harbor

Portia – English Shakespeare character name derived from Roman Latin Porcius, meaning ‘pig.’ A moon of Uranus was given this name.

Posey – Variant spelling of English Posy, meaning both ‘bouquet, flower’ and ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Posh – An elegant, tasteful, fashionable woman

Posie – Variant spelling of English Posy, meaning both ‘bouquet, flower’ and ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Possel – Mostly used as a surname, means rock

Posy – English 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.’

Prairie – A person who comes from the flatlands

Praise – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘praise,’ from Old French preisier, from Late Latin preciare, meaning ‘price,’ hence ‘to value.’

Precious – Literally from the vocabulary word ‘precious’, used primarily in the English language.

Prescilla – Ancient

Preslee – Old English – Priest’s meadow, A form of the English Presley

Presleigh – Meadow of the nobility.

Presley – Field of a priest

Preslie – Old English – Priest’s meadow, A form of the English Presley

Pria – A contracted form of name Prianna which means friend of horses

Prianna – Friend of Horses, Feminine form of name Philip

Primeveire – French – Primrose, Spanish – Springtime and in Latin it means born at the beginning of Spring

Primrose – Type of a flower.

Primrose – English name derived from the flower name, from Latin prima rosa, meaning ‘first rose.’

Primula – English name derived from Latin prima, meaning ‘first, prime.’

Princella – Princess

Princesa – Princess

Princess – English name derived from the title, itself from Old French princesse, a feminine form of Prince, meaning ‘chief, first.’

Princessa – Princess

Princesse – Princess

Princy – A girl born into royalty, a princess

Pris – English short form of Roman Latin Priscilla, meaning ‘ancient.’

Priscila – An ancient woman

Priscilla – Latin form of Greek Priskilla, meaning ‘ancient.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of Aquila’s wife.

Prissy – English pet form of Latin Priscilla, meaning ‘ancient.’

Promise – English – Promise, A Pledge, A variant spelling is Promyse

Promyse – English – Promise, A Pledge, A variant spelling of Promise

Providenci – One who is a part of the divine government

Pru – Good Judgement, Diminutive of Prudence, Also a short form of Prunella which means Plum

Pruda – A cautios, prudence one

Prudence – Derived from the Latin word prudens meaning good judgement, virtue name

Prudence – English form of Latin Prudentia, meaning ‘cautious.’ This is a virtue name popular with the Puritans. Some others are Charity, Chastity, Faith, Honor, and Hope.

Prudens – Woman who is prudent and has good judgement

Prudie – Good Judgement, Diminutive of Prudence, Also a short form of Prunella which means Plum, Variant of Pru

Prue – Short form of English Prudence ‘cautious’ and Prunella ‘little prune.’

Prunella – Good Judgement, Diminutive of Prudence, Also a short form of Prunella which means Plum, Variant of Pru

Prynne – Spelling variant of Prin and Pryn

Puma – Spanish – Mountain Lion, A variant of Pomo and Pouma

Purdie – Pet form of English Perdita, meaning ‘lost.’

Purity – An innocence, cleanness. A pure person

Purlie – A girl whose beauty is like a pearl

Purnele – One solid and strong as the rock

Purnelle – One who can be comapared to a rock

Pylcca – One who is small like a stone

Pymma – A diminutive of Euphemia, which means a good speaker

Pypa – A friend of the horses, one who loves horses

Pyper – Pyper is a variant of Piper meaning a person who plays the pipe. It is also used as a boy’s name.

Pyppa – A very skilled female pipe player

English girl names starting with Q

Qiana – Modern English name derived from the name of a silky nylon fiber developed by DuPont in 1968.

Quanda – The name Quanda is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘queen’.

Quanna – African American name, of uncertain origin, possibly a variant form of the masculine Comanche name Quanah, meaning ‘fragrant.’

Queen – English name derived from the vocabulary word, queen, from Old English cwen ‘queen,’ from Germanic kwen, meaning ‘wife.’

Queena – Elaborated form of English Queen, meaning ‘queen’ or ‘wife.’

Queenetta – Ruler

Queenette – Ruler

Queenie – Queen

Queenie – The name Queenie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘queen’.

Quella – Old English name derived from the word cweald, meaning ‘kill.’

Quelle – Variation of Quella, means to kill

Quena – A female monarch

Quenburga – English name meaning essence

Quenby – The name Quenby is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘queen’s settlement’.

Quendreda – English girl’s name

Queneua – A born leader and an organizer, one who concentrates

Quenie – Girl’s name meaning a wife or a queen

Quenild – English name meaning essence

Quenilda – Woman in battle

Queniua – Essence, supstance

Quenna – English name meaning Queen

Quenyeve – Soul, essence

Quenylda – English name for girls

Quiana – English variant spelling of Hawaiian Kiana, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Quianna – Variant spelling of English Quiana, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Quibilah – Egyptian name meaning ‘peaceful.’

Quilla – The name Quilla is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘quill, hollow stalk’.

Quince

Quineta – One who rules over majority

Quinlee – Woman of wisdom

Quinley – She who is intelligent

Quinna – A reasonable person

Quinta – Feminine form of English Quintin, meaning ‘fifth.’

Quintana

Quintarah – Fifth born daughter

Qwin – A quintuplet

English girl names starting with R

Rachael – Variant form of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Racheal – Variant spelling of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Rachel – Compare with another form of Rachel. Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Raghnaid, meaning ‘battle counsel.’

Rachelle – Variant form of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Rachyl – Variant form of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Racquel – Variant form of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Radcliffe – from the red cliff

Radella – Elfin counselor

Radella – The name Radella is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘elfin advisor’.

Rae – Doe, familiar form of Rachel or feminine form of Ray

Rae – English name, possibly derived from the vocabulary word ray, meaning ‘sunbeam.’

Raea – Hebrew – Ewe, A variant of Rachel

Raeann – Hebrew – Ewe, A variant of Rachel

Raedself – An elfin counselor

Raegenhere – A judge or decider

Raelene – Elaborated form of English Rae, possibly meaning ‘sunbeam.’

Raelie – A Quill

Raelyn – English compound name composed of Rae ‘sunbeam’ and Lyn ‘lake,’ hence ‘sunbeam lake.’

Raevynn – From name of the bird raven

Raewyn – Raven, White doe, A variant of Raeven

Rafenild – English name for girls

Ragan – Little Ruler, Kingly, A variant of Regan

Ragenel – English name for girls

Ragenild – An English name for girls

Ragenilda – A girl’s name

Raghnil – English name for girls

Ragnild – Old Norse – Goddess or Warrior, All-knowing Power

Rahab – Anglicized 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.

Rahel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’ In the bible, this is the name of Jacob’s favorite wife, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin.

Rain – Modern 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.

Raina – Queen, variant of Regina

Raina – Peaceful, Queen, Strong, A derivative name from the word Rai which means Paradise

Rainey – Familiar form of Regina, Rainey is sometimes also is used in reference to wet weather.

Rainey – The name Rainey is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘queen’.

Rainn – A variant of Renae, A variant of Rain

Rainy

Rainy – A variant of Renae, A variant of Rain

Raivyn – A raven, a black bird

Ralana – Most Beautiful, Very Attractive, Charming and Admirable, Very Desirable

Raleigh – Raleigh means red wood. It is also the name of a North Carolina town.

Ralphina – Feminine form of English Ralph, meaning ‘wise wolf.’

Rametta – English name for girls

Randa – The name Randa is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘delicate desert tree’.

Randalyn – A well protected girl

Randee – One who is safe and protected

Randi – This name is sometimes a nickname for ‘Randall,’ which means protected. It can also mean an outgoing, audacious person.

Randie – shield-wolf

Randy – Pet form of English Miranda, meaning ‘worthy of admiration.’ Compare with masculine Randy.

Randyl – She who is well protected

Rannveig – Old Norse – A house woman, A variant of Ranveig

Raphaela – English feminine form of Greek Raphael, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Raschelle – Elaborated form of English Rachel, meaning ‘ewe.’

Rauenilde – A British girl name

Raven – Raven, black bird

Raven – English unisex name derived from the bird name raven, from Old English hr?fn, so-called from the harsh sounds it makes.

Ravenild – A raven-like woman

Ravenna – Either from the Italian city name, of unknown meaning, or a feminine form of English unisex Raven, meaning ‘raven (the bird).’

Ravette – She who is raven-like

Ravina – Raven

Ravon – Black bird

Ravyn – Raven

Rawiella – One who came from the deer’s spring

Rawnie – A noble-born woman, a lady

Rayanna – A combination of the names Ray and Anna

Rayanne – A combination of the names Ray and Anne

Raychel – Hebrew – Ewe, A variant of Rachel

Rayelle – Small, Little, Humble, A combination of Ray and Elle

Raygan – Latin – Queen, Descendant of Riagan, A variant of Regan

Raylee – Raylee means a place where animals rest. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Rayleigh – Variant of Riley, lithe like a deer, quick and agile.

Raylene – Feminine form of English Ray, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Rayline – She who is the Queen of people

Raylyn – A combination of names that means One who wisely guards the lake

Raymonda – Feminine form of English Raymond, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Rayne – Medieval English name derived from Old French reine (Latin regina), meaning ‘queen.’ Compare with another form of Rayne.

Raynne – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Latin – Queen, A variant of Raina

Rayven – Rayven means large black bird. Spelled ‘Raven’ it is the name of a well-known Edgar Allen Poe poem.

Rayvenne – Raven

Rayvinn – Raven

Ra©Ilta­N – little star

Reada – One who is a redhead, mostly used as a surname

Reagan – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Riagain, ‘descendant of Riagan,’ hence ‘furious, impulsive.’

Reanna – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Welsh – Great Queen, A variation of the name Rhiannon

Reannah – Great queen, goddess

Reanne – Great queen, goddess

Reannon – Great queen, goddess

Reba – Pet form of English Rebecca and Rebekah, meaning ‘ensnarer.’ Compare with another form of Reba.

Rebbeca – A trap, a snare or a bait

Rebeca – A woman who baits men

Rebecca – Anglicized form of Greek Rhebekka, meaning ‘ensnarer.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of Isaac.

Rebeccah – Variant spelling of English Rebecca, meaning ‘ensnarer.’

Rebeccanne – Compound name composed of English Rebecca ‘ensnarer’ and French Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Rebecka – Variant spelling of English Rebekah, meaning ‘ensnarer.’ Compare with another form of Rebecka.

Rebeckah – Hebrew – Cattle Stall, To Tie, Variation of the name Rebecca

Rebeka – A trapping, baiting woman

Rebekah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ribqah, meaning ‘ensnarer.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of Isaac.

Rebel

Rebora – One who brings victory to people

Rechemay – A very old female name used in Medieval England

Red – One of red skin or red hair

Redeem – A woman who has redeemed herslef

Redell – A woman who comes from the red meadow

Reeanne – Great queen, goddess

Reed

Reene – English variant spelling of French Renee, meaning ‘reborn.’

Reenie – English pet form of Latin Irene, meaning ‘peace.’

Reese – Passionate, enthusiastic

Reeta – English variant spelling of Spanish Rita, meaning ‘pearl.’ Compare with another form of Reeta.

Reeve

Regan – English Shakespearian name, possibly derived from the Irish Gaelic word riogan, meaning ‘queen.’

Regana – Elaborated form of English Regan, meaning ‘queen.’

Reganne – Little Ruler, Regal, Descendant of Riagan.

Regena – English variant spelling of Latin Regina, meaning ‘queen.’

Regina – Latin name meaning ‘queen.’

Rehtaeh – Heather spelled backwards. A plant name that can be found in Scottish

Reign – To lord over, to take charge, keeping people in line.

Reilley – Rye meadow

Reilly – Variant spelling of English unisex Riley, meaning ‘rye meadow.

Rejoice – One who rejoices, a joyful person

Remington – Remington means an established area near a stream. It can also be used for girls.

Rena – Hebrew – Cattle Stall, To Tie, Variation of the name Rebecca

Renea – A girl who was born again

Renie – English pet form of Latin Irene, meaning ‘peace.’

Renilla – A Medieval English name for the Queen

Rennice – One who is like the Reneaissance period

Renowe – To make famous, A derivative of Renomer and a Old French variant of Renom

Resa – Latin – Laughter, Old Greek – Hunter, Harvester, Guardian, Women from Therasia, A derivative of the name Theresa

Retha – Short form of English Aretha, meaning ‘virtue.’

Retta – Unknown meaning, This uncommon name likely began as a nickname for Henrietta, Margareta, or Loretta.

Revel – A word name, meaning to celebrate, to take pleasure

Reverie – The name Reverie is a girl’s name of English origin.

Revon – A person who is dark as a raven

Rexana – Variant spelling of English Rexanne, meaning ‘queen.’

Rexanne – Feminine form of English Rex (‘king’), hence ‘queen.’

Rexine – A graceful queen

Reyanne – A derivative of name Rayan which means the wise one

Reyna – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Latin – Queen, A spelling variant of name Raina

Reynae – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Latin – Queen, A spelling variant of name Raina and variant of Reyna

Reynilda – A woman counselor of the war

Rhapsody – From a character named Rhapsody in a British fiction

Rhayne – Strong Counsellor, Advisor

Rheanna – Variant spelling of English Rhianna, meaning ‘maiden.’

Rheba – Hebrew – Cattle Stall, To Tie, Variation of the name Rebecca

Rheta – Scandinavian – Advice, Speaker, A variant of Reta and a spelling variant is Rhetta

Rhetta – Scandinavian – Advice, Speaker, A variant of Reta and a spelling variant is Rheta

Rheyna – A regal woman

Rhianna – Celtic – Descendant of Rian, Welsh – Great Queen, A variant of the name Rianna

Rhiannon – Celtic – Descendant of Rian, Welsh – Great Queen, A variant of the name Rianna

Rhine – German – Name from the common river Rhin, A variant form of name Rhein

Rhoda – Latin form of Greek Rhode, meaning ‘rose.’ In the bible, this is the name of a servant in the house of Mary.

Rhona – Old English – Fame, Friend, Spear, Pike, White, Fair, Blessed, Holy, Fair Haired, A variant transcription of Rhonda

Rhonda – English name derived from a Welsh place name, Rhondda Valley, which was named after the river running through it, meaning ‘noisy.’

Rhylan – Irish – Island Meadow, A variant spelling of Rylan

Rhylee – Derives from Riley which was originally a surname based on a place name, meaning ‘rye field’.

Rhylen – One who lives on the rye fields

Rhythm – One who has a good beat, a good rhythm

Ria – English short form of Latin Maria ‘obstinate, rebellious’ and Victoria ‘conqueror.’ Compare with another form of Ria.

Ricela – A female counselor, adviser, who is very strong

Richa – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Richarda – Feminine form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richarde – One who rules with domination

Richardine – Feminine form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richel – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Richela – A woman who is a powerful and strong ruler

Richele – A woman who rules people with power and strenght

Richella – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Richelle – Pet form of English Richarda, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richemaya – Aa very old, Medieval English girl name

Richemeya – A medieval English name given to girls

Richendra – Feminine form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richia – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Richmalle – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Richolda – A woman who is mighty and powerful in a battle

Ricka – Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, Rich, A variant of Rica

Rickena – Feminine form of English Rick, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Ricki – One who is a peaceful and complete ruler of men

Ricole – A woman who brought victory to people

Ricquie – A woman who ruled peacefuly

Ricula – One who rules with a wise counsel

Ridley

Riegan – Little Ruler, Regal, Descendant of Riagan.

Rielle – Old English – Rye Field, A variant of name Riley

Rielly – Of Old English origin meaning ‘rye field’ it is predominantly used in English.

Rielyn – A leon-like companion or friend

Rika – English short form of names ending with -rika. Compare with another form of Rika.

Rikilda – A woman who is powerful in battle

Rikilde – She who is strong and powerful in battle

Rilee – Rye meadow

Rileigh – Rye meadow

Riley James – The meaning of Riley is ‘rye field’. Taken from the word ‘lea’ meaining ‘field’ or ‘meadow’ and the word ‘rye’. James is an English name that means ‘protect’ ‘heal’ or ‘supplanter’.

Riley – English 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.’

Rili – She is from the rye field

Rilie – A courageous and brave individual

Riliegh – A valiant and courageous noble girl

Rilla – Germanic – Small Brook, Spanish – to Sparkle, A variant form of Marilla

Rille – A long channel on a moon or planet

Rilletta – A small river, a current

Rillette – A stream, a current

Rily – A person who dwells in the rye fields

Rilynn – Rilynn has royalty written all over it, meaning beautiful little queen.

Rimon – Unisex form of English Rimmon, meaning ‘pomegranate.’

Rina – Short form of Roman Latin Marina, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Rinoa – One who is a tourch of light in the darkness

Rinslet – An individual who is clever and stable minded

Rio – English unisex name derived from the Spanish word for ‘river.’

Rionne – One who brings victory with their strong counsel

Riot – A word name, meaning a riot, a turmoil, an uprising

Ripley – From the shouter’s meadow

Ripley – English 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.’

Risica – One who is like a gift

Rita – Old Greek – Pearl, Way of life, A variant of name Margaret

Riva – French – Shore, Bound, Riverbank, A short form of the name Rebecca

Riven – To tear something into pieces

River – A word name, meaning someone who is like a river

Riverlyn – A made up name, meaning one who is like a river

Rivers – A word name, the plural of river

Rizpah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ritspah, meaning ‘hot coal’ or ‘pavement.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of King Saul’s concubines.

Roanna – A woman sweet as a rose

Roanne – A little red-haired and ruddy girl

Roase – One who reached fame in his life

Robbie – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Robee – One who glows like a burning flame

Robene – She whose fame is glowing

Robenia – A woman of shinnig fame

Roberlie – A rare made up name, that means a woman who is known for her glow

Roberta – Famous

Roberta – The name Roberta is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright fame’.

Robertia – Famous. Variant of Roberta.

Robertia – A girl who will be famous and shinning

Robertina – A young, little famous and bright one

Robette – Germanic – Bright Famous one, Famously Famous, A variation of the name Roberta

Robin – Bright with fame, an abbreviation of Robert that has become a unisex name, it”s also the name of a bird.

Robin – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’ This name is also sometimes given as a bird name.

Robina – Feminine form of English unisex Robin, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Robinia – A woman whose fame is bright

Robyna – She is bright and a famous woman

Robynette – A little woman who is famous and bright

Robynn – She is an illuminated, glowing, well-known woman

Robynna – She is a glowing and well-known woman

Robynne – Feminine form of English unisex Robin, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Rocelin – She who is hard and strong as a rock

Rocket – English – Rocket, Jet-propelled Tube

Roderica – A woman who is a legendary leader

Roena – A fame that brings happiness and bliss

Roenne – A woman who brings fame and bliss

Roheis – A true image of a woman

Roheisia – To see a true image of a woman

Rohese – A legendary female horse

Rohesia – A woman who is like a famous horse

Rollande – Germanic – From the famous land, Renowned, Famous Land, A variant form of name Rolanda

Romena – She who comes from the city of Rome

Romi – A Roman young girl

Romilly – A Boy from Rome

Romily – She who is from Rome

Ron – Hebrew unisex name meaning ‘joy, song.’ Compare with strictly masculine Ron.

Rona – Variant spelling of English/Scottish Rhona, meaning ‘wise ruler.’ Compare with another form of Rona.

Ronalda – Feminine form of English/Scottish Ronald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Ronaleah – A woman who is a great counselor

Ronalee – One who is a healer from Rome

Ronda – Welsh – Good Spear, Grand, A spelling variant of name Rhonda

Rondalyn – A made up modern name

Roni – English short form of Latin Veronica, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’ Compare with another form of Roni.

Ronilda – An english name for the baby girl

Ronit – Anglicized form of Irish Rathnait, meaning ‘little prosperous one.’ Compare with another form of Ronit.

Ronna – Old Greek – Bearer of victory, True image, Old Norse – Well advised ruler, A variant of Rhonda, Derived From Veronica

Ronnette – Pet form of English Ronnie, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’

Ronni – The name Ronni is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning she who brings victory, true image’.

Ronnie – English pet form of Latin Veronica, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’ Compare with masculine Ronnie.

Ros – Short form of English Rosalind, meaning ‘weak horse.’ Compare with another form of Ros.

Rosa – Medieval Latin name meaning ‘rose.’ Compare with another form of Rosa.

Rosabel – English form of Italian Rosabella, meaning ‘beautiful rose.’

Rosaleen – Variant spelling of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosaleigh – An alternate spelling of ‘Rosalie,’ this name means one who is a striking beauty or a lovely rose.

Rosalin – Variant spelling of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosalina – Latin form of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosalind – Often 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.’

Rosaline – Variant spelling of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosalyn – Medieval English form of Germanic Rosalind, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosalynd – A woman soft and tender as a rose’s petal

Rosalynn – A horse who is gentle as a rose

Rosalynne – Variant spelling of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rosamond – Variant spelling of German Rosamund, meaning ‘horse-protection.’

Rosamund – Germanic – Horse protector, Rose of the world, Pure Rose, A variant form of name Rose

Rosamunda – Whe who is like the wild roses

Rosamunde – A woman who is a wild rose

Rosana – A woman graceful as a rose

Rosann – A favor and a grace of a rose

Rosanna – Blend of Rose and Anna

Rosanna – Italian compound name composed of Rosa ‘rose’ and Anna ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘rose of grace.’

Rosannah – Variant spelling of Italian Rosanna, meaning ‘rose of grace.’

Rosanne – English compound name composed of Rose ‘rose’ and French Anne ‘favor-grace,’ hence ‘rose of grace.’

Rosarja – A rosy woman

Rosary – A garden made of roses

Rosasharn – English flower name meaning ‘Rose of Sharon.’ This was the name of a character in John Steinbeck’s novel The Grapes of Wrath.

Rose – Today, 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.’

Rosealyn – A beautiful and gorgeous rose

Roseann – Variant spelling of English Rosanne, meaning ‘rose of grace.’

Roseanna – A rose full of favor and grace

Roseanne – Variant spelling of English Rosanne, meaning ‘rose of grace.’

Roseia – One as gorgeous as a rose

Roselie – A woman who resembles a rose

Roselma – A famous rose-like woman

Roselyn – Roselyn’s most well known meaning is beautiful rose, but it can also mean gentle horse.

Rosemarie – German compound name composed of Rose ‘rose’ and Marie ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Rosemary – Blend of Rose and Mary, also refers to the herb

Rosemary – English name 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.’

Rosemonde – A pure protection that the rose like woman gives

Rosemunda – She is a protector as pure as a rose

Roses – Plural of rose. Many roses

Rosey – She who is much like a rose

Rosheen – Anglicized form of Irish Roisin, meaning ‘little rose.’

Rosie – Often used as a nickname for Rose or Rosemary, the name contains the Germanic element ‘hrod’ meaning ‘fame,’ and was later associated with the Latin name for the flower rose.

Roslyn – Variant spelling of English Rosalyn, meaning ‘weak horse.’

Rossa – Beautiful Flower, A variant of Rose

Rossie – A rose of beauty that can’t be compared

Rosy – Variant spelling of English Rosie, meaning ‘rose.’

Rowan – Little red-haired one, can also refer to the flowering Rowan tree

Rowan – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘rowan tree.’ Compare with masculine Rowan.

Rowana – A little rudy baby girl

Rowanna – A baby girl of red-hair

Rowanne – Variant spelling of English Rowan, meaning ‘rowan tree.’

Rowen – A red berried tree

Rowena – Famous friend

Rowena – This 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.’

Rowina – Variant spelling of Latin Rowena, possibly meaning ‘famous joy.’

Roxana – Latin form of Persian Rousanak, meaning ‘dawn.’ This was the name of a wife of Alexander the Great.

Roxane – French form of Latin Roxana, meaning ‘dawn.’

Roxanna – Variant spelling of Latin Roxana, meaning ‘dawn.’

Roxanne – Variant spelling of French Roxane, meaning ‘dawn.’ This is the preferred spelling used by the English.

Roxie – English pet form of French Roxanne, meaning ‘dawn.’

Roxy – Variant spelling of English Roxie, meaning ‘dawn.’

Royal – Relating to the ruler, or leader, close to royalty.

Royce

Royelle – A man of noble blood

Roysa – A rose-like royal girl

Royse – Medieval English name derived from Latin Rohesia, which is probably a horse-related name.

Roz – Germanic – Horse protector, Rose of the world, Pure Rose, A variant form of name Rose

Rozaliya – A flower-like woman that resambles a rose

Rozana – A rose full of grace

Rozanne – Variant spelling of English Rosanne, meaning ‘rose of grace.’

Rozenn – Breton name meaning ‘rose.’

Rozenwyn – One rose from the garden

Rubee – A woman who is like a red gemstone

Rubianna – A ruby-like person

Rubie – Of English origin meaning ‘red’ and is a variant form of the English word ruby.

Rubiela – She is a ruby

Rubina – Elaborated form of English Ruby, meaning ‘ruby.’

Ruby Ann – Ruby has the English meaning of ‘red’ and refers to the gemstone of the same name. Ann has a meaning of ‘God is gracious’ or ‘God has shown favour’.

Ruby Grace – Ruby is an English name meaning ‘red’. It is named after the precious stone, ruby. Grace is a biblical name meaning ‘grace’ or ‘charm’.

Ruby Lee – Ruby has a meaning of ‘red’ and is derived from the name of the precious stone. Lee is taken from the English word meaning ‘meadow’.

Ruby Leigh – Ruby is derived from the name of the jewel, meaning ‘red’. Leigh means ‘meadow’, ‘from the heather meadow’ and ‘one from the meadow farm’.

Ruby Louise – The name Ruby means ‘red, and the name Louise means ‘fame, loud, fighter, warrior.’

Ruby Mai – Ruby has a meaning of ‘red’ and refers to the precious stone of the same name. Mai is a variation of the name May which means ‘bitterness’.

Ruby Rose – Ruby is derived from the name of the jewel, meaning ‘red’. Rose means ‘horse’, ‘fame’ and ‘rose’.

Ruby-Lea – Combining the meanings ‘red’ and ‘meadow’.

Ruby-Mae – Derived from English, meaning ‘red and the month of May’.

Ruby-May – Combining the name Ruby , refering to the red gemstone, and May refering to the spring month.

Ruby – English name derived from the name of the precious stone, from Latin ruber, meaning ‘red.’ This is the birthstone for July. Compare with masculine Ruby.

Rubye – Variant spelling of English Ruby, meaning ‘red’ or ‘ruby.’

Rue

Rum – An alcoholic dring popular with pirates

Rumer – The name Rumer is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘a gypsy’.

Rumh – A gypsy woman

Runild – An english baby girl name

Ruomhildi – Glorious, Battle Maiden, Honoured in Battle.

Ruperta – A female whose fame shines

Ruth – Anglicized 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.

Rutherford – A friend who comes from the ford

Ruthie – Pet form of English Ruth, meaning ‘appearance’ or ‘a female friend.’

Ruti – A firendly neighbor woman

Rutina – A neighborly, friendly woman

Ryana – Feminine form of English Ryan (‘little king’), meaning ‘little queen.’

Ryann – The great queen

Ryanne – Variant spelling of English Ryana, meaning ‘little queen.’

Rycca – Rich, Peaceful Ruler, Ruler Forever, A variant of name Rica

Rychyld – An eager individual who is compassionate

Ryenne – A queen

Ryia – A kind flower

Ryiah – She who is as kind as a flower

Rykeld – An old English girl name

Rylan – From the lands of rye

Rylee – Feminine form of English unisex Riley, meaning ‘rye meadow.’

Ryleigh – A variant of the name Riley, meaning ‘rye clearing’. It is derived from the words ryge, meaning rye, and leah meaning ‘wood, clearing, meadow’.

Rylie – A person who is from the rye clearing

Rylin – Variant of Rylan and Ryland, the name means a place where rye is grown.

Rylynn – Rylnn is royalty at its best, meaning beautiful little queen. It is also spelled Rylnn.

Ryvette – A female name of French and English origin

English girl names starting with S

Sabel – A black, sleek person

Sabelina – A sleek one

Sabeline – A black one

Sabella – English short form of Latin Isabella, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Sabina – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh, meaning ‘sweet.’ Compare with another form of Sabina.

Sable – English 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.

Sabrina

Sabrina – Latin 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.’

Sabryna – English variant spelling of Latin Sabrina, possibly meaning ‘thorny cactus.’

Sadie – A nickname for Sarah (meaning ‘princess’), made famous by the biblical wife of Abraham, mother of Isaac. Sadie has become a popular name of its own.

Saearah – British girl name

Saefugl – A insigtful and dynamic being

Saegifu – One who has dynamic and strong nature

Saethrith – An individual who is individualistic and creative

Saethryd – An idealistic and fnergetic individual

Saethryda – A stable natured and responsible person

Saethryth – A reticent and amazing being

Saewara – An alluring, well mannered and emotional being

Saeyva – A skillful, vigilant and youthful person

Saffie – Pet form of English Saffron, meaning ‘saffron (the spice).’

Saffron – A spice

Saffron – In English the meaning of the name Saffron is: ‘a type of crocus’ and ‘the expensive orange spice made from the stamen of this flower’.

Saffronia – English name meaning saffron

Sage – English unisex name which can mean either ‘sage (the spice)’ or ‘profoundly wise one.’

Sageua – The Lord is gracious

Sageue – Gracious is the Lord

Saieua – The Lord is gracious

Saige – This is a different spelling of ‘Sage,’ which is a botanical herb and also a descriptor for a wise person.

Saiglemair – English male name

Sailor – Sailor, an occupational name

Sal – Short form of English Sally, meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’ Compare with masculine Sal.

Salal – English unisex name derived from the name of the ‘Salal berry plant’ used in making jams and jellies.

Salan – A refined, quick witted and affectionate person

Salena – Variant spelling of English Selina, meaning ‘moon.’

Salerna – English female name

Salina – Variant spelling of English Selina, possibly meaning ‘moon.’

Salli – Variant spelling of English Sally, meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’

Sallie – Variant spelling of English Sally, meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’

Sally – Originally an English pet form of Hebrew Sarah, meaning ‘noble lady, princess,’ it is now given as an independent name.

Salmon

Salome – Anglicized 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.

Salona – A beautiful girl

Sam – Unisex short form of English Samantha and Samuel, both meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Samanta – Italian form of English Samantha, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Samantha – American 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.’

Sammi – Pet form of English Samantha, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Sammie – Variant spelling of English unisex Sammy, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Sammy – Unisex pet form of English Samantha and Samuel, both meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Sandie – English pet form of Latin Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sandra

Sandra – Short form of Italian Alessandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sandreea – Defends and helps man

Sandreia – Keep mankind guarded

Sandy – As a pet name of Alexander (for boys) or Alexandra (for girls) this name means ‘defender of men’ or from the Middle English meaning ‘sandy-haired’. Also a dimunitive of Sandra or Sondra.

Sanice – God is merciful

Santa – One who is a saint

Saphira – A jewel, a gem

Saphire – From the Greek name for the gemstone ‘sappheiros’, the birthstone for those born in September.

Sapphire – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘sapphire.’ This is a birthstone for the month of August.

Sara – Anglicized 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.

Sarabella – A beautiful princess

Sarabelle – A gorgeous princess

Sarabeth – Princess in the house of the Lord

Saradora – A gift from princess

Sarah – Hebrew name meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’ In the bible, this is the name that God gave to Sarai, wife of Abraham.

Sarahjeanne – English compound name composed of Hebrew Sarah ‘noble lady, princess’ and French Jeanne ‘God is gracious.’

Saralee – The name Saralee is a girl’s name of Hebrew, English origin meaning ‘princess, meadow’.

Saralyn – Princess from the valley

Saranna – English compound name composed of Hebrew Sarah ‘noble lady, princess’ and Latin Anna ‘favor, grace.’

Sariah – English elaborated form of Hebrew Sarah, meaning ‘noble lady, princess.’

Sarina – Variant spelling of English Serena, meaning ‘serene, tranquil.’

Sarnali – The Sun Goddess

Sarrota – One who has the best taste, mature and friendly being

Satchel – Maker of sacks

Saturday – A day in a week, Saturn’s day

Saundra – Scottish diminutive form of Latin Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Savana – Savana has the literal meaning of ‘savannah’ or ‘open plain’. It is a spelling variaiton of the name Savannah.

Savanna – Variant spelling of English Savannah, meaning ‘savannah.’

Savannah – Derived from the city Savannah or the Native American word ‘zavanna’, meaning ‘large grassy plain’.

Savsuhzania – One who is talented, charming and pleasant individual

Sawyer – Woodcutter An Occupational name

Saxona – Swordsman, feminine form of Saxon

Saxonia – A Saxon woman

Sayeua – She who is hopeful

Sayeva – To breathe or to live

Saylor – A sailor

Sayward – Protector of the sea

Scarlet – Derived from Old English origin meaning ‘scarlet cloth’ it is an alternative spelling of the English name Scarlett.

Scarleta – Scarlet

Scarlete – The red one

Scarlett – Red

Scarlett – Traditionally a last name for a dyer or someone who sells rich, bright fabrics, it means ‘bright red.’ Well-known Scarletts: actress Scarlett Johansson, Scarlett O’Hara, the heroine of Gone with the Wind, Will Scarlett, Robin Hood’s sidekick.

Scarletta – One with the red hair

Scarlette – An alternative spelling of the name Scarlett, meaning ‘scarlet cloth’.

Scarlit – Scarlet

Scarllet – A shade of red

Scarlytt – She who is wearing red

Scarrlet – One with a red scar

Sceaft – The tribe famous for sheep breedng

Sceaften – From the sheep or of the sheep

Scelflesh – One who lives on the edge of the meadow

Scheherazade – Anglicized form of Persian Shahrazad, meaning ‘city-person.’

Scholace – An orator or one who orates

Scholast – One who is a good orator

Scholastica – Roman name derived from the Latin word scholasticus, meaning ‘scholar.’

Schuyler – Dutch surname transferred to English unisex forename use, meaning ‘protection, shelter.’

Scotlynn – Variation of a place name, Scotland

Scout – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘scout,’ used by author Harper Lee for a character in her novel To Kill a Mockingbird.

Seallie – A princess

Seana – Gift from God

Seanna – Feminine form of English Sean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Seassa – The sharp knife

Seawillow – A willow growing by the sea

Seaxa – a knife of a cutter

Seaxburh – The bright or shining knife

Seaxel – The mighty or the powerful knife

Sebella – Beauti of the sea

Sebile – A name of a fairy

Sebille – A fairy

Seburuh – An understanding, poised and graceful person

Secga – She who is good with swords

Sedaina – A self assured, naive and intellectual being, graceful

Sedemode – One who leads a refined life and is self satisfied

Sedona – From 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.

Sedora – A positive, expressive and a master of charm

Seeley

Seely – A very happy person

Seghiue – A humble, easy going and pleasant individual

Seghuie – A smart, honest, eccentric and humble natured person

Seheve – A stable natured, responsible and calm being

Sela – 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.

Selah – 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.

Selby – English 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.’

Selene

Selia

Selina – Possibly an English form of Latin Selena, meaning ‘moon.’ This name was first recorded in the 17th century.

Selma – Possibly an English contracted form of Arabic Selima, meaning ‘peaceful.’ Compare with other forms of Selma.

Seloue – Lord is gracious

Seluue – A social person who has an eye for beauty

Semeeah – A refined, humble, lonely and charismatic individual

Senara – One who bringhs light

Senfronia – A sensitive, refined and reserved person

Seona – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seonaid, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Sephira – A jewel, a gem

September – The ninth month, born in the ninth month

September – English unisex name derived from the month name, which was originally the seventh month of the Roman year, meaning ‘seventh.’

Septima – Feminine form of Roman Latin Septimus, meaning ‘seventh.’

Sequence – A musical term

Sequoia – From 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.

Seraide – A sauve, authentic and eccentric individual

Serena – Latin name derived from the word serenus, meaning ‘serene, tranquil.’

Serenity – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘serenity.’

Seresa – Security lover with a congenial nature personality

Serina – English variant spelling of Latin Serena, meaning ‘serene, tranquil.’

Serinity – Variant of Serenity, meaning calm, peaceful, and one who avoids making waves.

Serrena – English variant spelling of Latin Serena, meaning ‘serene, tranquil.’

Sesila – Croatian form of Cecilia, meaning blind.

Sessy – Pet form of English Cecily, meaning ‘blind.’

Setota – Arhaic word for gift

Seven – Name meaning nuber seven

Sevi – She who has heard God

Sewenna – British name for girls

Sexburga – The bright sharp knife

Seyiua – Lord is gracious

Shadoe – A shade

Shadow

Shae – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Shea, probably meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shaelyn – Modern English compound name composed of Shae ‘hawk-like’ and Lynn ‘lake.’

Shailene – A locational surname, a man from wood lands

Shakespeare – One who is a spearman. A surname

Shamere – A thorny bush

Shametria – She is like a thorny bush

Shan – Anglicized form of Welsh Sian, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Shan.

Shana – Anglicized form of Welsh Siani, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Shana.

Shandiin – An unruly woman

Shandra – One who lives near the cfurch of the fortress

Shandrea – An eminent person

Shandy – Wise river

Shanelle – Either a variant spelling of English Chanel ‘pipe’ or an elaborated form of English Shan ‘God is gracious.’

Shanene – Elaborated form of English Shan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shania – Elaborated form of English Shan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shanice – Elaborated form of English Shan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shanika – Derived from the name Shanice, itself from the Celtic name Sian meaning ‘Gods gift’.

Shaniqua – Variant spelling of English Shanika, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shanique – The God is giving

Shanita – She is a God’s gift

Shaniyah – Radiant and lovely, shining and blooming like a flower.

Shanna – Variant spelling of English Shannah, meaning ‘lily.’

Shannah – English name derived from Hebrew Shoshannah, meaning ‘lily.’

Shannen

Shannen – Variant spelling of English unisex Shannon, meaning ‘old river’ or ‘river of wisdom.’

Shannon – English 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.’

Shantae – Pet form of English Shantel or Shantelle, meaning ‘stony place.’

Shantel – Variant spelling of English Chantel, meaning ‘stony place.’

Shantelle – Elaborated form of English Shantel, meaning ‘stony place.’

Shaquila – English variant form of Arabic Shakila, meaning ‘beautiful.’

Sharalyn – Variant spelling of English Sherilyn, meaning ‘darling lake.’

Shari – Variant spelling of English Sherry, meaning ‘darling.’

Sharise – English variant form of French Cerise, meaning ‘cherry.’

Sharla – Variant spelling of English Charla, meaning ‘man.’

Sharlee – A woman from teh free city

Sharleen – Variant spelling of English Charlene, meaning ‘man.’

Sharlena – A song, a carol

Sharlene – Spelling variation of Charlene, variant of Charlotte

Sharlene – Variant spelling of English Sharleen, meaning ‘man.’

Sharleyne – A woman who is strong a free

Sharlie – A woman who is free

Sharlina – A woman who lives life freely

Sharline – She who loves fredom

Sharlyne – A woman who loves her freedom

Sharmain – Variant spelling of English Sharmaine, meaning ‘sing.’

Sharmaine – Variant spelling of English Charmaine, meaning ‘sing.’

Sharman – A free woman with many charms

Sharmeela – She who enjoys her freedom charmingly

Sharmeen – Woman who is free and has many charms

Sharna – Derived from the name Jane meaning ‘God is gracious’. May also be a variant spelling of the name Charna from the Slavic word meaning ‘dark’.

Sharon – Anglicized 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.

Sharona – Elaborated form of English Sharon, meaning ‘plain, level ground.’

Sharoon – One who is from the plain fertile fields

Sharren – A lady from the fertile valley

Sharron – Variant spelling of English Sharon, meaning ‘plain, level ground.’

Sharyl – Variant spelling of English Cheryl, probably meaning ‘darling beryl.’

Sharyn – Variant spelling of English Sharon, meaning ‘plain, level ground.’

Shauna – Feminine form of English Shaun, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shavonne – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Siobhan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shaw

Shawna – Feminine form of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shawnda – Elaborated form of English Shawna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shawnee – English name derived from the name of a tribe of Native American people, meaning ‘southern people.’

Shawnita – Blue diamond

Shawnnah – The God’s mercy is endless

Shay – Variant spelling of English unisex Shea, possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shayatull – One who has the power to change, interesting person

Shayden – She who will defend men

Shaye – Variant spelling of English unisex Shea, possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shayla

Shayla – Variant spelling of English Sheila, meaning ‘blind.’

Shaylyn – Modern English compound name composed of Shae ‘hawk-like’ and Lyn ‘lake.’

Shayne – Feminine form of English Shane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Shayne.

Shea – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Seaghdha (‘descendant of Seaghdha’), possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Sheba – Compare with masculine Sheba. Short form of Hebrew Bathsheba, meaning ‘daughter of the oath.’

Shebah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shibah, meaning ‘oath’ or ‘seven.’ In the bible, this is the name of a well named by Isaac.

Sheelagh – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sile, meaning ‘blind.’

Sheena – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Sheenagh – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sine, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Sheila – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sile, meaning ‘blind.’

Sheilaine – One from the fairy palace

Shelagh – Variant spelling of English Sheelagh, meaning ‘blind.’

Shelanda – An attractive woman

Shelbee – Forms of shelby

Shelbey – Forms of shelby

Shelbi – From the estate

Shelbie – Forms of shelby

Shelby – From the village or estate on the ledge, a surname that is more often used as a given name for girls than for boys.

Shelby – English 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.’

Sheldon – From the steep valley

Shelee – A form of Shelley

Shelena – English variant form of Latin Selena, meaning ‘moon.’

Shelette – She who is from the sloping field

Shelia – Variant form of English Sheila, meaning ‘blind.’

Shelice – A charming, daring and majestic creature

Shell – Short form of English unisex Shelley, meaning ‘clearing near a ledge/slope.’

Shellee – A meadow on a slope

Shelley – From the ledge meadow, Traditionally a boys” name, Shelley is now used for both genders and is a popular nickname for Michelle

Shelley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the name of various places meaning ‘clearing near a ledge/slope.’

Shelli – Old English name meaning sloped meadow

Shellie – Meadow on the ledge

Shelly – meadow on a hilltop

Shelomith – Anglicized 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.

Shelsea – Chalk or a limestone

Shelsey – Landing place for limestone

Shelsie – London district, a name of a place

Shelton – From the farm of the edge

Shena – Variant spelling of English Sheena, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Sheona – Variant spelling of English Seona, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Sherah – Anglicized form of Hebrew She’era, meaning ‘kinswoman.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Ephraim.

Sheral – Little woman

Sheralyn – She who is free

Sheree – Variant spelling of English Sherry, meaning ‘darling.’

Sheri – Variant spelling of English Sherry, meaning ‘darling.’

Shericia – She who is dear

Sherie – Variant spelling of English Sherry, meaning ‘darling.’

Sheril – Bright meadow

Sherileen – A free woman

Sherill – Variant spelling of English Cheryl, possibly meaning ‘darling beryl.’

Sherilyn – Variant spelling of English Cherilyn, meaning ‘darling lake.’

Sherisse – Modern English form of French Cerise, meaning ‘cherry.’

Sherley – Variant spelling of English Shirley, meaning ‘bright clearing.’

Sherona – A costal plain

Sherra – Ruler of the people

Sherree – She who is very dear

Sherri – Variant of Cheryl, Cher, Sharon

Sherri – Variant spelling of English Sherrie, meaning ‘darling.’

Sherrie – Variant spelling of English Sherry, meaning ‘darling.’

Sherrienna – She who is sweet and dear

Sherrilynn – One who is very dear and kind

Sherry – Variant of Cheryl, Cher, and Sharon

Sherry – Variant spelling of English Cherie, meaning ‘darling.’

Sheryl – Variant spelling of English Cheryl, possibly meaning ‘darling beryl.’

Sheryll – Variant spelling of English Cheryl, possibly meaning ‘darling beryl.’

Shevaun – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Siobhan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shevette – One who has intense charm and sting, humble

Shevon – Variant spelling of English Shevaun, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shiane – A serious, level headed and famous person

Shiloh – From an Old Testament place name possibly meaning ‘tranquil’ in Hebrew. It is also used prophetically in the Old Testament to refer to a person, often understood to be the Messiah (see Genesis 49:10). This may in fact be a mistranslation. This name was brought to public attention after Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie gave it to their daughter in 2006

Shiralee – She who feels like a burden

Shirely – One who comes from the brightwood meadow

Shirenna – A cute name, given to a pleasant and noteworthy individual

Shirle – A woman who is from the bright clearing near the wood

Shirlee – Variant spelling of English Shirley, meaning ‘bright clearing.’ Compare with another form of Shirlee.

Shirleigh – She who comes from the bright clearing that is next to the wood

Shirley – From the bright meadow, surname

Shirley – English 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.’

Shirli – Bright meadow

Shirline – One who is from the meadw shire

Shirlley – One who comes from the bright meadow

Shirly – A lady from the bright meadow shire

Shirlyn – She is from the bright meadow

Shona – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seonaid, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shonda – Variant spelling of English Shawnda, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shontae – Being sung

Shooshme – A high spirited, opportunist, legal and hopeful being

Shulamit – Short form of English Shulamite, meaning ‘peaceful.’

Shulamite – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shuwlammiyth, meaning ‘peaceful.’ In the bible, this is the name of the maiden celebrated in the Song of Solomon.

Shulammite – Variant spelling of English Shulamite, meaning ‘peaceful.’

Shurl – She who comes from the country meadow

Shurlee – One who comes from the meadow shire

Shurlie – She who comes from the bright meadow shire

Shye – A shy and quiet woman

Shyla – Variant form of English Sheila, meaning ‘blind.’

Shylee – One who is from the clearing in the woods

Sibbe – A surname that means a famous victory

Sibley – Sibling, friendly

Sibri – One who was bold in a victory

Sibry – To be bold in a victory

Sibyl – 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.

Sicillia – A variant of Sicilia, a big island in south Italy

Sidney – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a Norman baronial name from Saint-Denis in France, meaning ‘St. Denis.’

Siena – A variation in spelling of the name Sienna, which means ‘orange-red’. It is also the name of an Italian city.

Sienna – Derived from the colour of the bricks in the city of Siena Italy meaning ‘Orange-red’.

Sierra – English name derived from the Spanish word, sierra, meaning ‘mountain range.’

Silver – Precious metal, white metal

Silver – English unisex name meaning ‘silver,’ which may refer to either the precious metal or the color.

Silvi – A woman from the woods

Silvia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Silvius, meaning ‘from the forest.’ Compare with another form of Silvia.

Silviea – Silviea is a form of Silvia and means woman of the woods.

Simone – One who is heard. A French and English girl name, while its used as a male name in Italy

Simonette – She who is heard

Sinapopla – A systematic, open minded and self sufficient individual

Sincerely – A word name, meaning to be candid, sincere

Sincerity – A state of honesty and truthfulness

Sinclair – Saint Claire

Sinclair

Sindy – Variant spelling of English Cindy, meaning ‘woman from Kynthos.’

Sio – A capable, a sting or charm, attracts life

Sireda – A wise advice that brought victory

Sirmata – A trusted, reserved and talented human

Sisley – The name Sisley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘blind’.

Sissey – Blind

Sissie – Variant spelling of English Sissy, meaning ‘blind.’

Sissota – A happy, creative and happy individual, soft hearted

Sissy – Pet form of English Cecily, meaning ‘blind.’

Sister – A word name. Means a female sibling

Sive – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sadhbh, meaning ‘sweet.’

Skuyler – Variant spelling of English unisex Skyler, meaning ‘protection, shelter.’

Sky – Can be used as girl or boy name and taken from the common word ‘sky’ and is a reference to the Scottish isle of Skye.

Skye – Sky, also a short form of Schuyler

Skye – Variant spelling of English unisex Sky, meaning ‘cloud’ or ‘sky.’

Skyla – Sky, also variant of Schuyler

Skylah – Of great intelligence, pursuant of knowledge and truth.

Skylan – One who loves learning, an academic

Skylar – Variant spelling of English unisex Schuyler, meaning ‘protection, shelter.’

Skylee – Variant of Skylar meaning someone who likes to study.

Skyler – Variant spelling of English unisex Skylar, meaning ‘protection, shelter.’

Skyli – A woman scholar, a woman who is an academic

Skylie – She who is a scholar

Skylynn – Form of the name Skylar meaning someone who likes to study.

Skyrah – She who is an academic

Slim – A thin, slender person

Sloan – Variant spelling of English unisex Sloane, meaning ‘little raider.’

Sloane – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Sluaghadhain, ‘descendant of Sluaghadhan,’ hence ‘little raider.’

Snita – A gentle, delicate and dual natured individual

Snow

Snowy – To be of snow, snowy

Sofia – Variant 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.

Sofy – She who is wise

Sohnian – A happy, artistic and creative being

Solace – A feeling of comfort and peace, solace. An English word name

Soleileia – An enduring and affectionate individual

Solstice – The name Solstice is a girl’s name of French, English, Latin origin.

Somah – Summer

Somma – Summer

Sommah – Summer

Sommer – Variant spelling of English Summer, meaning ‘summer.’ Compare with another form of Sommer.

Sonata – A girl who is like a music, a sonata

Sondra – English variant form of Italian Sandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sonicky – A clever minded and thoughtful individual

Sonji – A woman of great wisdom and knowledge

Sonnet – She who is like a little song

Sonora – English name derived from the name of the Mexican state or the Sonoran Desert, from Latin sonorus, meaning ‘clear, loud, resounding.’

Sontee – A strong woman

Sopheah – She whohas the wisodom

Sopheia – A woman of wisdom and knowledge

Sophelia – One who helps with her wisdom

Sophia – She who posesses great knoledge and wisdom

Sophie – French form of Greek Sophia, meaning ‘wisdom.’

Sophina – A little wise one

Sophy – English variant spelling of French Sophie, meaning ‘wisdom.’

Sorcha – She who is brigh and radiant as a light

Sorrel – A herb

Sorrel – English unisex name derived from the name of a perennial herb, ‘sorrel,’ from Old French surele, from Frankish *sur, meaning ‘sour.’

Sousanna – A woman graceful like a lily flower

Souzan – She has the grace of a lily flower

Souzanna – One who is noble like a lily flower

Spade – A word name. One who has a spade, a tool.

Sparrow – English unisex name derived from the bird name ‘sparrow.’

Spirit – English 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.’

Splendora – A brilliant, bright woman

Sprig – One who is like a spring

Spring – English 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.’

Sprota – An elf woman

Stacee – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Stacey – English unisex pet form of Latin Anastasia and Anastasius, both meaning ‘resurrection.’

Staci – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Stacia – Short form of English Eustacia, meaning ‘fruitful.’

Staciannie – A beautiful and upstanding woman

Stacie – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Stacey, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Stacy – Variant spelling of English unisex Stacey, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Stahyana – She who is from a beautiful clearing in the woods

Stanburch – Amusing, tidy and social person

Stangiva – Non chalant, adorable and friendly individual

Stanguie – One with good business sense and artistic abilities

Stangyth – A considerate, responsible and reasonable person

Stanilde – A woman who is from the lands of stone

Staniue – An organized and affectionate being

Stanley

Star – Star

Star – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘star.’

Starla – Elaborated form of English Star, meaning ‘star.’

Starli – One who is like a star

Starlit – The name Starlit is a girl’s name of English origin.

Starlynn – She who is the star of beauty

Starr – Variant spelling of English Star, meaning ‘star.’

Stef – Variant spelling of English unisex Steph, meaning ‘crown.’

Stefanie – Variant spelling of English Stephanie, meaning ‘crown.’

Stefany – A crowned woman

Steffany – She is a woman who wears the crown

Steffie – Pet form of English Stefanie, meaning ‘crown.’

Stella – English name derived from Latin stella, meaning ‘star.’

Steph – Unisex short form of English Stephen and Stephanie, both meaning ‘crown.’

Stephani – Modern variant spelling of English Stephanie, meaning ‘crown.’

Stephania – Feminine form of Latin Stephanus, meaning ‘crown.’

Stephanie – Feminine form of English Stephen, meaning ‘crown.’

Stephany – Modern variant spelling of English Stephanie, meaning ‘crown.’

Stephenie – Feminine form of English Stephen, meaning ‘crown.’

Stephie – The crown belongs to her

Stephy – A short from Stephany, meaning the crown

Sterling – Sterling means small shining star. The word sterling is often associated with sterling silver.

Stevania – Feminine form of English Steven, meaning ‘crown.’

Stevie – Unisex pet form of English Steven and Stevania, both meaning ‘crown.’

Stockard – Origins unclear, but may refer to hardy tree, lumber, This unusual name has become recognizable with the popularity of actress Stockard Channing.

Stockard – The name Stockard is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘tree stump’.

Stonilda – A stony woman

Storm – Tempest

Storm – This name represents part of a modern trend of using potent or symbolic words from everyday vocabulary as given names.

Stormie – Variant spelling of English Stormy, meaning ‘stormy.’

Stormy

Stormy – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘stormy.’

Story – She who likes to tell stories

Sucga – A topographic name for a tree stump

Sue

Sue – A short form of Susan and the french name, Susanne. Sue means Lily, after the white lilies that grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.

Sueanne – Lily, blend of the names Sue and Anne

Sueanne – A noble woman who is like a lilly flower

Suellen – English compound name composed of Sue ‘lily’ and Ellen, possibly meaning ‘torch.’

Suesan – Variation of Susan which means Lily

Sueteluue – Bringer of the light

Sueuilda – One who has a good personality and is sociable

Sufeanna – Earnest, self concerned and noble person

Sugar – Woman sweet like a sugar

Sugey – A desirable person with ambitious nature

Sujey – One who brings charm and hope

Sukie – Pet form of English Susan, meaning ‘lily.’

Suky – She who resembles a lily

Sulma – One who is like the sting of charmness

Sumer – Summer

Summer – Born in summer

Summer Louise – The name Summer means ‘to be born in the summer’. The name has come from the season. Louise is a Germanic name meaning ‘warrior’ or ‘fighter’. It’s also the female version of Louis.

Summer Rose – Summer means ‘to be born in the summer’. The name has come from the season. The name Rose is Germanic and means ‘horse’, ‘fame’ and is also associated with flowers.

Summer-Louise – A name which combines ‘Summer’, refering to the season and ‘Louise’ meaning ‘famous warrior’.

Summer – English name derived from the vocabulary word, summer, from Old English sumor, meaning ‘summer,’ the hot season of the year.

Summerr – She who is like a summer

Summerset – One who comes from the summer settlement

Sumona – A baby girl born in the summertime

Sun – One who is like a Sun

Sunday – English name derived from the vocabulary word, Sunday, from Old English Sunnand?g, literally meaning ‘day of the sun.’

Sundown – The time of the day when the sun sets behind the horizon

Sunflower – A kind of a yellow flower that follows the Sun

Sungyve – One who has the power and strength, passionate

Sunniva – Present of the sun

Sunny – Sunny, cheerful

Sunny – Sunny was origianally a nickname of a young man, though is used more often for girls today. The meaning is also taken from the word ‘son’

Sunrise – A dawn, the time when the sun rises over the horisont

Sunset – The time of the day when the sun sets

Sunshine – Light from the sun

Sunshine – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘sunshine.’

Suprema – A supreme woman

Surelis – An individual who is responsible and truthful

Susan – Short form of English Susannah, meaning ‘lily.’

Susana – Variant spelling of Latin Susanna, meaning ‘lily.’ In use by the Italians, Portuguese and Spanish.

Susanna – Latin form 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.

Susannah – English form of Latin Susanna, meaning ‘lily.’

Susanne – German form of Latin Susanna, meaning ‘lily.’

Suse – Pet form of English Susannah, meaning ‘lily.’ Compare with another form of Suse.

Susie – Lily. Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.

Susie – Pet form of English Susannah, meaning ‘lily.’

Sutton – Holds his family and friends close, knows the value of relationships.

Suzaber – A desirable, easy going and mature person

Suzan – Variant spelling of English Susan, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzann – A girl who is like a flower rose or lily

Suzanna – Variant spelling of English Susannah, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzannah – She looks like a rose or a lily

Suzanne – French form of Latin Susanna, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzette – Pet form of French Suzanne, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzie – Variant spelling of English Susie, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzilah – A rare version of the name Susan, meaning a rose or a lily

Suzy – Variant spelling of English Suzie, meaning ‘lily.’

Suzynne – A dame who is like a rose

Swan – The name Swan is a girl’s name of English origin.

Swann – A swan-like person

Sweteloue – A surname. Originaly a biptismal name of endearment meaning dear, sweet love

Swetelove – A surnname that means a sweet, dear love

Swethyna – A sweet loved one

Sweting – A woman who is sweet and cute

Swetiue – She who is sweet

Swetyene – She who is a sweet love

Swetyne – A woman who is a sweet love

Syani – One of cheerful nature

Sybbly – One who is like an oracle

Sybby – A woman who is like an oracle

Sybella – English form of Greek Sibylla, meaning ‘prophetess.’

Sybil – English form of Greek Sibyl, meaning ‘prophetess.’

Sybill – A woman who is an oracle, a prophetess

Sybilla – English form of Greek Sibylla, meaning ‘prophetess.’

Syble – She who is a prohet

Sybyle – A woman who is a prophet

Sybyll – She who predicts future

Sybylla – She who tells the future

Syd – Short form of English unisex Sydney, meaning ‘St. Denis.’

Sydne – Feminine form of English unisex Sydney, meaning ‘St. Denis.’

Sydnee – Wide meadow

Sydnei – She who comes from a wide island

Sydneigh – She is from a very wide island

Sydney

Sydney – Derived from the Old English meaning ‘wide island’, traditionally used as a surname.

Sydniciel – To be from the wide island

Sydnie – Feminine form of English unisex Sydney, meaning ‘St. Denis.’

Sydniegh – Of wide islands

Sydny – She who is of the wide island

Sydnye – She who lives on a wide island

Syflede – A hard worker who is efficient

Sylva – Latin name meaning ‘from the forest.’

Sylvia – Variant spelling of Roman Latin Silvia, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Sylvonna – A dame of the woods

Sym – A woman who is like a symphony

Symmer – Derived from the English name and word Summer, used to describe a season of the year.

Symphony – English name derived from the vocabulary word, ‘symphony,’ from Greek symphonos, meaning ‘concordant in sound.’

Syndal – She is one with the woods

Syndony – A meadow, one who is by the riverside

Synnove – Present of the sun

Syrena – She is a siren

Syretia – A serious, independent and curious being

Syriana – A woman from Syria

Syryia – She who is from Syria

Sysley – A woman who has no sight

Syssota – A person who is powerful, brave and courageous

Syuzanna – She who is as graceful as a lily flower

Syvva – A wooden woman

English girl names starting with T

Tabatha – English variant spelling of Greek Tabitha, meaning ‘female gazelle.’

Tabby – English 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.

Tabitha – 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.

Taelor – A form of taylor

Taelyn – Taelyn means a sharp claw. Traditionally it was only used for boys but it’s now getting popular among girls.

Taelynn – Variant of the name Taylor which means person who cuts & fixes clothes.

Taeta – Derivative of taite which means cheerful

Taetum – Form of traedum, Tata’s homestead

Taffeta – The name Taffeta is a girl’s name of English origin.

Tahnee – Variant spelling of English Tawny, meaning ‘light brown, tawny.’

Tait

Taitt – One who brings happiness to other people, Cheerful one

Taja – Crown

Tajuana – Modern English elaborated form of Spanish Juana, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Taletta – English variant spelling of Aramaic Talitha, meaning ‘damsel, maiden.’

Talini – Snow angels, snow falling at dawn

Talisha – Modern English creation, possibly an elaborated form of Hebrew Tal, meaning ‘dew.’

Talitha – Means ‘little girl’ in Aramaic. The name is taken from the phrase talitha cumi meaning ‘little girl arise’ spoken by Jesus in order to restore a young girl to life (see Mark 5:41)

Tallula – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Tuilelaith, meaning ‘princess of abundance.’ Compare with another form of Tallula.

Tallulah – Variant spelling of English Tallula, meaning ‘princess of abundance.’ Compare with another form of Tallulah.

Tallys – Pet form of talia, A female lamb, Last name of a person

Talulla – Variant spelling of English Tallula, meaning ‘princess of abundance.’ Compare with another form of Talulla.

Talullah – Variant spelling of English Tallula, meaning ‘princess of abundance.’ Compare with another form of Talullah.

Tamary – A woman who is a palm tree

Tamasin – She who is a twin sister

Tamberlyn – To be someone’s twin

Tambre – One whose music brings joy

Tambria – She whose music brings great happiness

Tameca – One with sweet nature

Tameika – A girl of sweet nature

Tameka – Variant spelling of English Tamika, possibly meaning ‘friendly.’

Tamela – Modern English name which is possibly a blend of Tammy ‘palm tree’ and Pamela ‘all honey.’

Tamera – Modern English name that is either a variant form of Russian Tamara, meaning ‘palm tree,’ or based on the Sanskrit word tamara, meaning ‘spice.’

Tamesis – One who is dark

Tamey – A pet form of Tamara, which means a palm tree

Tami

Tami – Variant spelling of English Tammy, meaning ‘palm tree.’

Tamia – Modern English name, probably based on Russian Tamara, ‘palm tree,’ or the Sanskrit word tamara, meaning ‘spice.’

Tamica – She who is very sweet

Tamie – A pet from Tamara, meaning a little palm tree

Tamieka – A cute girl with sweet personality

Tamika – Modern English name, possibly based on Esperanto Amika, meaning ‘friendly.’

Tammara – English variant spelling of Russian Tamara, meaning ‘palm tree.’

Tammee – A pet of Tamara. Means a palm tree

Tammey – A name that means a date palm tree

Tammie

Tammie – Variant spelling of English Tammy, meaning ‘palm tree.’

Tammin – An indfluential and talented being

Tammy

Tammy – English pet form of Russian Tamara, meaning ‘palm tree.’ Compare with another form of Tammy.

Tamra – English contracted form of Russian Tamara, meaning ‘palm tree.’

Tamsen – English variant spelling of Cornish Tamsin, meaning ‘twin.’

Tamsie – A twin sister

Tamsin – Twin, variant of Thomasina

Tamsin – The name Tamsin is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘twin’.

Tamson – English form of Cornish Tamsin, meaning ‘twin.’

Tamsyn – English form of Cornish Tamsin, meaning ‘twin.’

Tamzen – English form of Cornish Tamsin, meaning ‘twin.’

Tananda – One who has the power to rule and control

Tandi – A fair princess

Tangenne – An affectionate, trustworthy and humane being

Tangerina – She who is from the city of Tangiers

Tangerine – From Tangiers, also a type of fruit known for its deep orange color

Tangerine – She who is from Tangiers

Tania

Tania – English pet form of Latin Tatiana, probably meaning ‘father.’

Tanice – God’s incarnate

Tanika – Unclear

Tanisha – Unclear

Tanner – English 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.’

Tansy – English name derived from the flower name, ‘tansy,’ from a contracted form of Greek Athanasia, meaning ‘immortal.’

Tany – She who is tawny

Tanzi – Variant spelling of English Tansy, meaning ‘tansy flower’ and ‘immortal.’

Tanzy – Variant spelling of English Tansy, meaning ‘tansy flower’ and ‘immortal.’

Tara – English name 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.

Tarah – 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.

Taralyn – Variation of the name Tara meaning the hill

Taraporn – One who appreciates nature and surroundings

Tarbara – A strange traveller who is from a foreign land

Tarin – Blend of names Tara and Erin, means a hill from Ireland

Tarina – Elaborated form of English Tara, meaning ‘hill.’

Tarran – Of the thunder

Tarryn – From an ancient roman clan

Taryn – Unclear

Tashia

Tashia – She who is born at Christmas

Tasmine – A twin sibling

Tassa

Tata – Happy

Tate – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘cheerful.’

Tatelyn – Cheerful, a variant of Tate

Tatem – A joyful girl

Tateum – Old English surname

Tathere – A thoughtful, spirited and level headed person

Tatiana – Unclear

Tatriss – A practical, diligent and talented girl

Tatta – A poised, affectionate and humble being

Tatum – Light-hearted

Tatum – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘Tate’s homestead.’

Taura – Bull, feminine form of Taurus, an astrological name

Taurina – Feminine form of Taurus, the bull

Tawnee – Variant spelling of English Tawny, meaning ‘light brown, tawny.’

Tawni – A form of tawny

Tawnie – Variant spelling of English Tawny, meaning ‘light brown, tawny.’

Tawny – Golden brown, the warm sandy color of a lion”s coat

Tawny – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘light brown, tawny.’

Tay

Taya – Cloth cutter

Tayana – A Form of Taya, A variant form of name Tiyana which means from the house of Tatius

Taye – Tailor

Tayelor – An occupational name for a tailor

Tayla – A short form of taylor

Taylah – A tailor

Taylar – A form of tayloer

Taylee – Variant of the name Taylor, occupational name, tailor

Tayler – Variant spelling of English unisex Taylor, meaning ‘cutter of cloth, tailor.’

Taylie – Feminine of Taylor, a tailor

Taylir – Variant of the name Taylor, occupational name, tailor

Tayllor – Tailor

Taylor – Tailor

Taylor – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘cutter of cloth, tailor.’

Taylore – A form of taylor

Taylour – Tailor

Taylynne – A form of Taylor, means tailor

Taylyr – A cutter, occupational name for a tailor

Tayte

Tayten

Taytum – Old English last name meaning grateful and happy.

Tazashia – An optimistic and versatile individual

Teagan

Teal – The bird teal, also the blue-green color.

Teal – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘blue-green’ or ‘teal duck.’

Teala – Blue green

Teale – Variant spelling of English Teal, meaning ‘blue-green’ or ‘teal duck.’

Tealia – Blue green

Tealisha – Blue green

Teann – The rain

Teanna – One with a free spirit and a beautiful mind

Tece – Embodiment of God

Teena – She who follows Christ

Teia – A tiara

Teige – A good-looking woman

Tem – country

Temperance – Moderation, restraint, a virtue name popular with the Puritans

Temperance – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘moderation, self-restraint.’

Tempest – Turbulent, stormy

Tempest – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘tempest, violent storm.’

Tempeste – One who is turbulent

Tempie – A shrine

Temple

Temple – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, denoting someone who was employed at one of the houses called ‘temples,’ maintained by the Knights Templar.

Teness – A place of gathering near the water

Tenika – A fairy queen

Tenley – The name Tenley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘burnt clearing’.

Tenora – Personication of God

Teotta – A self expressive, positive and confident person

Tera – Variant of spelling English Terra, meaning ‘land.’

Terah – English 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.

Terell – Thunder ruler

Terena – Woman who is gracious

Teresa – Variant spelling of Spanish Theresa, meaning ‘harvester.’ Also in use by the English and Portuguese.

Teri

Teri – English pet form of Spanish Teresa, meaning ‘harvester.’

Teriana – Variation of Teresa, means to harvest

Teriann – Modern blend of the familiar form of Theresa and Ann

Teriann – Abbrevation of Teresa, means harvest

Terilynn – Modern blend of the familiar form of Theresa and Lynn

Terilynn – English form of Teresa, means harvester

Terra – English name derived from the Latin word for ‘land.’ Compare with another form of Terra.

Terrell – Thunder ruler

Terrene – Variation of Trencia, a clan name

Terri

Terri – The name Terri is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning to harvest’.

Terrie

Terrie – English pet form of Spanish Teresa, meaning ‘harvester.’

Terry

Terry – Variant spelling of English Terrie, meaning ‘harvester.’ Compare with masculine Terry.

Terryn – One who harvests

Terrys – Variation of Teresa, means to harvest

Teryn – Abbrevation of Teresa, means harvest

Tesalyn – Pet form of Theresa, mean to reap

Tesha – Old Greek – Hunter, Harvester, Guardian, Women from Therasia, A derivative of the name Theresa

Tess

Tess – The name Tess is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘to harvest’.

Tessa

Tessa – English pet form of Spanish Teresa, meaning ‘harvester.’

Tessie – The name Tessie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘to reap, gather’.

Tette – Personification of God

Tetty – The name Tetty is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning pledged to God’.

Teyanna – A graceful woman

Teyarna – A happy, energetic and versatile being

Thaia – A type of orchid

Thalatha – A versatile, attractive and imaginative being

Thames – The dark one, a riven in England

Thanet – Name of an island in England

Thankful – The name Thankful is a girl’s name of English origin.

Thea – Melting ice

Thea – Pet form of English Theodora, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with another form of Thea.

Theberga – A good tempered, level headed and educated being

Theda – Pet form of English Theodora, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Thedlef – Gift from the Lord

Thedware – A well bred, educated and admirable individual

Theffanie – Variation of the name Staphanie

Theldred – A hesitant, emotional and relaxed individual

Theldry – A level headed, individualistic and rational individual

Thelma – English name derived from the Greek word thelema, meaning ‘will.’ In use by the English.

Thenew – A gracious, approachable and gentle person

Theolene – A divine gift

Theorigitha – An experienced, responsible and outgoing person

Theresa – Contracted form of Spanish Therasia, meaning ‘harvester.’ Also in use by the English and Portuguese.

Therind – One who likes to travel and has energy

Theronda – An optimistic, reasonable and noble being

Thieda – Girl who is brave

Thomasa – The name Thomasa is a girl’s name of English origin.

Thomasin – Abbreviated form of English Thomasina, meaning ‘twin.’

Thomasina – Medieval feminine form of English Thomas, meaning ‘twin.’

Thomasine – Feminine form of English Thomas, meaning ‘twin.’

Thomasyn – Feminine form of Thomas, a twin

Thomasyne – Variation of the name Thomas, a twin

Thorlee – Meadow of thunder

Thornly – One with thornes

Thraesfrith – The peaceful mother earth

Thrud – Anglicized form of Old Norse ?ru?r, meaning ‘strength.’ In mythology, this is the name of a daughter of Thor.

Thuna – Manifestation of God

Thyrza – Variant spelling of English Tirzah, meaning ‘pleasantness.’

Tia

Tia – English short form of names ending with -tia.

Tiahna – Abbrevation of Tatiana, queen of fairies

Tiaira – Crowned

Tiana – English short form of Latin Christiana, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Tianna – Variant spelling of English Tiana, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Tiara – English 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.’

Tiari – Crowned

Tiarra – Crowned

Tiauna – Variation of Tatiana, a queen of fairies

Tibby – English pet form of Greek Tabitha, meaning ‘gazelle.’ Compare with masculine Tibby.

Tibna – Follower of the Christ

Tibota – A woman from Tivoli

Ticcea – A kid of or the offspring of something

Tice – A kid goat, or a gift from God

Tidna – The time of the grace and beauty

Tiecia – A fiery of frightened girl

Tiegan – Something pretty or of ornamental

Tierra – English name derived from the Spanish word for ‘earth.’

Tiffani – Modern variant spelling of English Tiffany, meaning ‘manifestation of God.’

Tiffany – Medieval English form of Greek Theophania, meaning ‘manifestation of God.’

Tiffiny – Modern variant spelling of English Tiffany, meaning ‘manifestation of God.’

Tigerlily – The combination of tiger and Lily flower

Tigerni – The power of a tigress

Tiina – From the river

Tikva – Variant of the Greek name Theophania referring to the Epiphany – manifestation of divinity.

Tikva – Variant spelling of English unisex Tikvah, meaning ‘hope.’

Tikvah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Tiqvah, meaning ‘hope.’ In the bible, this is strictly a masculine name, the name of the father of Shallum.

Tila – In English it means Good person. In German it means mighty in battle

Tiladene – One who is from the valley of fertile land

Tilda – Short form of English Matilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Tilia – The tiel trees or lime trees

Till – Short form of English Tilly, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Tillie – The name Tillie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘battle mighty’.

Tilly – From the fertile ford

Tilly – Pet form of English Matilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Tilney – One who belongs to the Tiln village

Timber

Timberlake – The lake or reservoir in midst of timber trees

Timbre – A quality of a sound, a timbre of a voice or music

Timbrel – An instrument for music

Timotha – Rarely used feminine form of English Timothy, meaning ‘to honor God.’

Timothea – Feminine form of English Timothy, meaning ‘to honor God.’

Tina – The name Tina is a girl’s name of English, Greek origin, meaning a Christian’.

Tinaya – A follower of God

Tinble – Sounds that the bell make.

Tine – One who follows Christ

Tinika – The glorious and beautiful

Tinki – One who is bashful or shy

Tinley – Completely unique and one-of-a-kind, a born leader.

Tinsley – Tinsley comes from the old English word for hill or bump.

Tiny – A small or a little one

Tionna – From the clan of Roman empire

Tiphanie

Tiphanie – Variant spelling of English Tiffany, meaning ‘manifestation of God.’

Tira – A variant of the name Tiara, meaning ‘tiara’ , or from the Hebrew meaning ‘castle’.

Tirre – Responsible for the wardrobe of royal or nobles

Tirzah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tirtsah, meaning ‘pleasantness.’ In the bible, this is a place name and the name of a daughter of Zelophehad.

Tish – A strong will or will-power

Tisha – Short form of English Latisha, meaning ‘happiness.’

Tishala – One who has a strong will power

Tissi – A type of frustrated behaviour

Tita – The name Tita is a girl’s name of English origin.

Titty – Pet form of English Letitia, meaning ‘happiness.’

Toibe – Fox. Tod is a Scottish nickname meaning a clever or wily person.

Tomette – Moderate, trustworthy and tender individual

Tomezin – A kind, affectionate and encouraging perosn

Tona – One who is highly praised and priceless

Toni – Little twin

Toni – English pet form of Latin Antonia, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Tonisha – One who cant be priced

Tonnie – Who is worth of many praises

Tony

Tony – English unisex pet form of Anthony and Antonia, both possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Tonya – Abbreviation of Antonia and Antoinette

Tonya – English equivalent of Italian/Spanish Tonia, a short form of Latin Antonia, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Topaz – English 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.’

Topsey – Variant spelling of English Topsy, meaning ‘topsail.’

Topsie – Variant spelling of English Topsy, meaning ‘topsail.’

Topsy – English name derived from the vocabulary word ‘topsail,’ a sail set above another sail.

Tori-Lee – Tori, is a pet form of the name Victoria, meaning ‘victory’. Lee is a variant spelling of the name Leigh or Leah, meaning ‘meadow’.

Tori – English short form of Latin Victoria, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’ Compare with another form of Tori.

Toria – English short form of Latin Victoria, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Torlan – Conqueror, derived from the name Victoria

Tory – Conqueror, derived from the name Victoria

Tory – The name Tory is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘victory’.

Tosia – From the craggy hills. Surname based on Tor, Torrence or Tower.

Tottie – English pet form of French Charlotte, meaning ‘man.’

Totty – Variant spelling of English Tottie, meaning ‘man.’

Touild – A tolerant, diligen and elegant individual

Touillda – Unselfish, lonely and analytical person

Tova – Name of an earl

Toya – English name, possibly derived from an elaborated form of the word ‘toy,’ and used as a term of endearment. Compare with French Bibi.

Toyah – Derived from English (Hispanic) origin it is a variant of Toya and Victoria.

Trace – Short form of English unisex Tracy, meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Tracee – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy, meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Tracena – Who belongs to the place or Thracians

Tracey – Variant spelling of English unisex Tracy, meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Traci – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy, meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Tracie – Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Tracy, meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Tracina – A girl from the Thracius

Tracy – From the end of the town

Tracy – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a Norman baronial name meaning ‘place of Thracius.’

Treasa – Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.

Treasure – Treasure means something of great value, prized possession.

Trecia – Variant spelling of English Tricia, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Treemonisha – A black women who strives to educating the superstitious community

Treena – The name Treena is a girl’s name of English origin.

Trek – The images of a journey

Tremaine – farm with a stone monolith

Trent – Gushing waters

Trentin – The river Trent, swift river

Trenton – Trent’s town

Tresha – Variant form of English Tricia, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Treslyn – delicate, fairylike or a sophisticated girl

Tress – A woman with long hair

Treszka – Refers to the English river Trent. Surname.

Trevina – A girl from the big farm

Treyce – A mark left by he passing of someone, a trail left

Tria – English short form of names ending with -tria.

Tricia – English short form of Latin Patricia, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Trilby – Fair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.

Trillian – A noble daughter of a bald man

Trina – Short form of English Catrina, meaning ‘pure.’

Triniece – The third niece, pretty

Trinity – Three, a variant of Traigh

Trinity – English 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.’

Trisa – A noble girl. From high family

Trish – Traveler

Trish – Short form of English Trisha, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Trisha – The name Trisha is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning noble, patrician’.

Trishna – Traveler

Trista – English feminine form of French Tristan, probably meaning ‘riot, tumult.’

Tristian – An agitated noise or outcry, Arthurian knight

Tristina – A rhyming noise, full of sorrows

Tristine – A virgin girl, a pure girl

Tristyn – Variant of Tristan, charming and suave, good looking.

Trix – Short form of English Beatrix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Trixie

Trixie – Pet form of English Trix, meaning ‘voyager (through life).’

Trudi – Variant spelling of English Trudy, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Trudie – Variant spelling of English Trudy, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Trudy – English pet form of German Gertrude, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Truely – One with the truth of whole heart

Truly – A person who always speak the truth

Truman – Faithful man

Tryssa – A generous and friendly individual

Tsega – A reticent, independent and intellectual being

Tsipporah – Hebrew name meaning ‘bird.’ In the bible, this is the name of the wife of Moses. The Anglicized form is Zipporah.

Tuesday – The name Tuesday is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘Tiu’s Day,’.

Tulisa – A persevering and diligent worker, leaping water

Tulun – A reticent and studious human being

Tundra – A large area in Northern lands with no trees

Tunnok – Unsophisticated, original and naive person

Tunnoke – A self assertive, nurturing ans untiring person

Turgiua – One who is the Knight’s companion, shield protector

Turner – Lathe worker

Twila – The name Twila is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘woven with a double thread’.

Twilla – Variation of an English name ‘Twyla’ which means Woven

Twillian – It is derived from Lily, a beautiful flower

Twyla – Cut in two

Twyla – English name, probably based on the word ‘twilight.’

Twylla – Dusk or nightfall.

Tyara – Crowned

Tyarra – A young, tender and attractive person

Tycia – Manifestation of God.

Tyenna – A nonconforming and naive individual

Tyler – maker of bricks or tiles

Tyne – The name Tyne is a girl’s name of English origin.

Tyra – River

Tyrianne – The land of prayer

Tyson

Tytti – Derivative of the Scandinavian god of battle Tyr. Tuesday was named for Tyr.

English girl names starting with U

Udele – Prosperous

Ula – Pet form of English Ulrica, meaning ‘wolf power.’ Compare with other forms of Ula.

Ulla – Middle English name meaning ‘to fill (a container).’ Compare with other forms of Ulla.

Ulrica – Feminine form of Middle English Ulric, meaning ‘wolf power.’ Compare with another form of Ulrica.

Una – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Una, probably meaning ‘famine, hunger.’ Compare with another form of Una.

Unice – English variant spelling of Latin Eunice, meaning ‘good victory.’

Unity – English name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘oneness, unity.’

Urbana – Feminine form of English Urban, meaning ‘of the city.’

Urbanna – Variant spelling of English Urbana, meaning ‘of the city.’

Uriela – Feminine form of English Uriel, meaning ‘flame of God’ or ‘light of the Lord.’

Uriella – Variant spelling of English Uriela, meaning ‘flame of God’ or ‘light of the Lord.’

Ursella – English variant spelling of Latin Ursula, meaning ‘little she-bear.’

Ursula – Latin name composed of the word ursa ‘she-bear’ and a diminutive suffix, hence ‘little she-bear.’

English girl names starting with V

Vada – Famous ruler

Val – Unisex short form of English Valentine and Latin Valentina, both meaning ‘healthy, strong.’

Vala – chosen

Valarie – English variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Valary – English variant spelling of Roman Latin Valerie, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Valentine – Feminine form of French Valentin, meaning ‘healthy, strong.’ Compare with masculine Valentine.

Valerie

Valerie – English form of French Valerie, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Valora

Valorie – Variant spelling of English Valerie, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Van – Variation of Vance which means Marsh

Vanessa – Literary invention of Jonathon Swift

Vanessa – This English 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.’

Vanessah – Variation of Vanessa which means a species of butterfly

Varina – From the fortress

Veda – English name derived from the name of the four sacred books of the Hindus, meaning ‘knowledge, wisdom.’

Vedette

Vega – English name derived from the Latin name of a star in the constellation Lyra, from Arabian al-Waqi, meaning ‘falling, swooping.’

Velma – Probably an English variant spelling of German Wilma, meaning ‘will-helmet.’

Velvet – The name Velvet is a girl’s name of English origin.

Vena – Short form of Middle English Alvena, meaning ‘elf friend.’ Compare with another form of Vena.

Venessa – Soft, rich fabric, Velvet has become an adjective to describe almost anything which has a soft, rich feel or texture.

Verina – English variant spelling of Swiss/German Verena, possibly meaning ‘to fear, to respect.’

Verity – From the English word meaning truth and virtue, stemming from the Latin word veritas

Verna – Feminine form of English Vernon, meaning ‘place of alder trees.’

Vernon

Veronica – Latin form 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.

Verthandi – Anglicized form of Old Norse Ver?andi, meaning ‘present.’

Veru – Diminutive of Veronica. It means true image.

Verve – The name Verve is a girl’s name of English origin.

Vi – Short form of English Violet, meaning ‘violet color’ and ‘violet flower.’

Vianne – English contracted form of French Viviane, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’

Vic – English unisex short form of Latin Victor ‘conqueror’ and Victoria ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Vicki – Variant spelling of English Vickie, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Vickie – English pet form of Latin Victoria, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Vicky – English pet form of Latin Victoria, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Victoria – Latin name 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.

Vienna – Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito.

Viktoriya – Bulgarian form of Victoria, meaning victory.

Vina – Short form of English Davina, meaning ‘beloved.’

Vinnie

Viola

Viola – Latin name meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Violet – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin viola, meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Violetta – Vincent”s son, Vinn”s son

Virdia – Lovely purple flower

Virgee – Variant spelling of English Virgie, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’

Virgie – English pet form of Latin Virginia, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’

Virginee

Virginia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Virginius, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’

Vivian – English form of French Viviane, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the Lady of the Lake.

Vivien – Variant spelling of English Vivian, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’ Compare with masculine Vivien.

Vivyan – Variant spelling of English Vivian, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’

Vlada – In Malory”s Mort d”Arthur Vivien was the Lady of the Lake, also the enchantress of Merlin.

Vonda – Perhaps 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.

Vonnie – Pet form of English Evonne, meaning ‘yew tree.’

English girl names starting with W

Wade – At the river crossing

Waki – Guard, watchman, surname

Waldhurga – Cottage by the wall, possibly a Welshman”s cottage, surname

Walker – Cloth walker An English Occupational name

Wallace – A Welshman or A Celt

Wallis – Foreign, Celtic

Wanda – Probably a feminine form of German Wendel, meaning ‘a Wend, a wanderer,’ a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.

Wann – A pale and fair woman.

Waverly – Meadow of quivering aspens

Waynette – The wagon maker.

Wednesday – The name Wednesday is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘Woden’s day’.

Welcome – From the meadow near the weir (a trap for catching fish), variant of Warley

Welcome – Welcome Guest

Welsie – A woman from the west.

Wenda – Variant form of English Wendy, meaning ‘friend.’

Wendi – Variant spelling of English Wendy, meaning ‘friend.’

Wendie – Friend

Wendy – From the name of a J. M. Barrie character, derived from a pet name, fwendy, meaning ‘friend.’

Wenona – English variant spelling of Native American Dakota Winona, meaning ‘firstborn daughter.’

Wenonah – Variant spelling of English Wenona, meaning ‘firstborn daughter.’

Westley – From the western farm, surname

Westlyn – From the western cottage, surname

Whimsy – The name Whimsy is a girl’s name of English origin.

Whisper – The name Whisper is a girl’s name of English origin.

Whitley – From the white valley, surname

Whitley – The name Whitley is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘white meadow’.

Whitney – From the white meadow

Whitney – English habitational 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.’

Whitni – White island

Whitny – White island

Wicahpi – From the white moor

Wiebke – From the village meadow, surname

Wihakayda – From the spring farm

Wikolia – Famous in battle

Wilda – German surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘wild.’

Wilder – Word name or Last name

Wilfreda – Feminine form of Middle English Wilfred, meaning ‘desires peace.’ Compare with another form of Wilfreda.

Wilhelma – From the willow ford Desires peace.

Wilhelmina – Desires peace

Wilhemina – Peace

Willa – Feminine form of English Will, meaning ‘will-helmet.’

Willie – Variation of William which Resolute Protection Or Irish short form of William

Willo – Willow

Willow – Taken from the name of the tree, and comes from the old English word ‘welig’

Wilma – Feminine form of English William, meaning ‘will-helmet.’ Compare with another form of Wilma.

Wilona – desired

Win – Short form of English Winfred and Winifred, both meaning ‘holy reconciliation,’ and other names beginning with Win-.

Windsor

Windy – The name Windy is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘windy’.

Winifred – Anglicized form of Welsh Gwenfrewi, meaning ‘holy reconciliation.’

Winnie – From the winding gate

Winnie – The name Winnie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘holy peacemaking, gentle friend’.

Winny – White island

Winona – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘firstborn daughter.’

Winslow

Winsome – The name Winsome is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘agreeable, lighthearted’.

Winter – Friend”s hill, friend”s place, surname

Winter – English name derived from the season name, ‘winter.’ The word may derive from Proto-Indo-European *wind-, meaning ‘white.’

Wisdom – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘wisdom.’

Wren – English 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.’

Wylda – The name Wylda is a girl’s name of German, English origin meaning ‘to strive’.

Wyn – From the farm by the spring

Wynifred – From the windy viIlage, hamlet, surname adapted to first name use

Wynne – Friend”s field, a surname and variant of Winfield

Wynne – Elaborated form of English Win, meaning ‘holy reconciliation.’ Compare with masculine Wynne.

Wynonna – English variant spelling of Native American Dakota Winona, meaning ‘firstborn daughter.’

Wynter – A cool spelling of the name Winter. Some use it for a baby born in the winter, but others just love the name.

English girl names starting with X

Xabrina – From Wine”s forest

Xara – English name of uncertain origin, possibly a form of Arabic Zara, meaning ‘blooming flower.’

Xena – Feminine form of Greek Xenon, meaning ‘foreigner, stranger.’

Xylia – English name derived from the Greek word xylon, meaning ‘forest-dweller.’

Xylina – Elaborated form of English Xylia, meaning ‘forest-dweller.’

English girl names starting with Y

Yaiiua – Bright, Youthful, Vibrant person with youthful energy

Yaletha – A variant of Oletha. It means light or nimble.

Yalgonata – From the fertile hill, associated with Ivy League Yale University

Yaneli – Prideful, accepts nothing less than the best.

Yannic – Unisex pet form of Breton Yann, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Yannick – Variant spelling of Breton unisex Yannic, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Yarely – Yarely means God is my brightness.

Yarrow

Yeardleigh – Form of Yardley. Of the yard.

Yeardley

Yeats

Ygeme – Generous, giving, possible diminutive of Henrietta

Yiesha – English variant form of Arabic Aisha, meaning ‘alive.’

Yieshah – English variant form of Arabic Aisha, meaning ‘alive.’

Yolanda – English form of French Yolande, meaning ‘violet flower.’

Yolonda – Variant spelling of English Yolanda, meaning ‘violet flower.’

Yule

Yulia – From the yew tree valley, surname, variant of Udell

Yulissa – Form of Julissa, teller of the truth, honest.

Yvette – Feminine form of French Yves, meaning ‘yew tree.’

Yvonne – Feminine form of French Yvon, meaning ‘yew tree.’

English girl names starting with Z

Zafirah

Zaliki

Zandra – English short form of Latin Alexandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Zanobia – Everything that is good and beautiful, Zane is the masculine version of Zein, meaning ornaments or anything that will make a person look or be more beautiful and attractive. Zane is also a varaint of John.

Zaria

Zavanna – Variant spelling of English Zavannah, meaning ‘savannah.’

Zavannah – Variant spelling of English Savannah, meaning ‘savannah.’

Zavi – Archer, Yew Wood, Yew wood was used for bows.

Zaylee – Heavenly woman

Zeal – One who has great energy, A very enthusiastic man, A passionate Man

Zelda – Short form of German Griselda, meaning ‘gray battle maid.’

Zelena – Sunshine

Zelenka

Zelia – English name of Latin origin, meaning ‘zealous.’

Zelie – Variation of Azalea which means A flower

Zella – Variant spelling of English Zelia, meaning ‘zealous.’

Zelma – English variant spelling of German Selma, meaning ‘divine helmet.’

Zemorah – Variant of Selma

Zenith – From the highest point, The Very Top, Highest point on the celestial sphere

Zeruiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tseruwyah, meaning ‘balsam’ or ‘cleft.’ In the bible, this is the name of a daughter of Jesse.

Zeva – Rose

Ziba – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tsiyba, meaning ‘a plant.’ In the bible, this is the name of a servant of Saul.

Zibia – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tsibya, meaning ‘a female gazelle.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Benjamite.

Zibiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tsibyah, meaning ‘a female gazelle.’ In the bible, this is the name of the mother of King Joash.

Zilla – Variant spelling of English Zillah, meaning ‘shade, shadow.’

Zillah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tsillah, meaning ‘shade, shadow.’ In the bible, this is the name of Lamech’s second wife.

Zinia – brilliant flower

Zinnia – English name derived from the flower name, ‘zinnia.’

Zinovia – Welcoming, hospitable, variant of Xenia

Zipporah – Hebrew – Bird, Derived from the element ‘Tsippowr’ which means bird. The name was borne by the wife of Moses in the Bible

Zoe – Greek name meaning ‘life.’

Zoey – English form of Greek Zoe, meaning ‘life.’

Zoi – Old Greek – Life, A variant form of name Zoe

Zoie – Variant spelling of English Zoey, meaning ‘life.’

Zola – Unclear

Zowie – Variant spelling of English Zoey, meaning ‘life.’

Zula – The name Zula is a girl’s name of English origin.