French girl names

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French girl names starting with A

Aaida – aaida has many meaning in different languages, like in french it means the one who is helpful, in hebrew it means Ornament or brightness

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

Aanya – Variant of Anna, thankful and appreciative, sweet and tender.

Abelia – The name Abelia is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘sigh, breath’.

Abella

Abella – Variant of Abelia that means breath that is source of life

Abelle – French variation of Abelia, origin meaning sigh, breath’.

Abrial – The name Abrial is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘open, secure, protected’.

Abrielle – Open, secure

Abrielle – Shortened version of Gabrielle, meaning God is my strength.

Acadia – A place name from the French Acadie, for French-settled lands bordering the Atlantic in Canada and North America. Named by Giovanni da Verrazzano after a secluded, mountainous region in Greece that was known as a ‘refuge’ or ‘idyllic place.’

Acadia – Acadia as a girl’s name is of Algonquian Wakashian origin, and the meaning of Acadia is ‘place of plenty’.

Acelin – A noble girl or a girl who born in high status home

Aceline – Aceline as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Aceline is ‘noble’.

Acelynn – A girl who is born in noble home

Adalaide – The nobility or the sort of noble person

Adaleide – A person’s nobility, noble person

Adalene – An aristocrat or noble person

Adalicia – Adalicia as a girl’s name is related to the French name Adelisa.

Adalie – Noble

Adaline – A noble or kind-hearted person

Adaliz – Adaliz as a girl’s name is related to the French name Adelisa.

Adalyn – Noble

Adalyn – Noble

Addie – Noble

Addilyn – This variant of Adele and Adeline means noble and kind.

Addilynn – Derived from Adele meaning Noble or Nobility

Adela – Good humor, of the nobility

Adela – A short form of adelaide

Adelaid – Adelaid is an unpopular girl’s name.

Adelaida – Noble kind, adorned

Adelaide

Adelaide – The name Adelaide is a girl’s name of German origin meaning ‘noble, nobility’.

Adelais – Derivative of Old French Adi??lai??de, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Adele

Adele – The name Adele is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘noble, nobility’.

Adelia

Adelia – Noble

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

Adelina – Of the nobility, variant of Adelaide

Adelina – A form of Adeline

Adeline – The name Adeline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘noble, nobility’.

Adelisa – Adelisa as a girl’s name is pronounced ah-da-LEES-ah. It is of French origin. A blend of Adela and Lisa.

Adelise – Of the nobility, variant of Adelaide and Alice

Adelise – Noble

Adeliza – Adeliza as a girl’s name is related to the French name Adelisa.

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

Adelphe – French form of Latin Adelphia, meaning ‘born of the same womb, sibling.’

Adelyn – The name Adelyn is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘noble, nobility’.

Adelynn

Adelynn – Noble

Adette – French variation of Adeline, origin meaning noble, nobility’, ‘noble, nobility’.

Adilene

Adilene – Noble

Adora – beloved

Adorlee – Adored

Adreanna – The favour or gracefulness of sea

Adriane

Adriane – Dark

Adrianna

Adrianna – From harida

Adrianne – Dark

Adriene – Dark

Adrienne – Feminine form of French Adrien, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adyelya – Bulgarian form of Alice, meaning of the nobility.

Adèle – Noble, Kind

Aelicia – An oath of God

Aemela – An admiring person, workaholic

Aemele – A hard-working and persistent person

Aeris – An earth full of flowers

Afrodille – Daffodil

Agace – A very sweet feminine name for a baby girl which means good in French.

Agate – Agate as a girl’s name is of Old French origin. The agate is a semiprecious stone which was once believed to have numerous magical and curative powers.

Agathe – A kind natured woman.

Aglae – French form of Greek Aglaia, meaning ‘beauty, splendor.’

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

Agrippine – French form of Russian Agrippina, meaning ‘wild horse.’

Aida – Helpful

Aiglentina – Sweetbrier rose

Aiglentine – Sweetbrier rose

Aileas – Noble, graceful

Aileen – Aileen as a girl’s name is pronounced eye-LEEN. It is of Norman origin.

Aillin – Aillin as a girl’s name is related to the Norman name Aileen.

Aime – beloved’

Aimee – A modern variant spelling of the Old French name Amee, meaing ‘beloved’.

Aimi – Beloved

Aimie – beloved

Aiyana – This variant of the French name Elena was derived from the Greek name Helene, meaning ‘light, torch, bright’.

Alaina – Dear child and precious are a few of the definitions for this French name which is a variant of Elane.

Alaine – Ray of the sun

Alaine – Attractive

Alair – Cheerful

Alais – Contracted form of Old French Adelais, meaning ‘noble sort.’

Alavda – Lark

Alayna – Variant spelling of French Alaina, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Albane – French variation of Alba, origin meaning white’.

Albertina – Noble

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

Alecia – Noble, graceful

Alexandrie – Feminine form of French Alexandre, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alexandrine – The name Alexandrine is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘defending men’.

Alexis – Defender of mankind

Alhertine – Noble

Alianora – Pity, Variant of Eleonora, From the Old French form of the Occitan name Alienor

Alice – Truth, gracious, reality

Alicia – Noble, graceful

Alicja – Noble, graceful

Alienor – Old Proveni??al name of Germanic origin, derived from the element ali, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Aliisa – Noble, graceful

Aline – Contracted form of French Adeline, meaning ‘little noble.’ Compare with another form of Aline.

Alisanne – Truthful

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.

Alisson – Alisson can be used as both a girl’s name and a boy’s name.

Alita – Winged

Alix

Alix – Defender of mankind

Alixandra – Defender of mankind

Alixe – Derives from Alex which means Defending men

Aliz – Noble, graceful

Alizee – Variation of Aliza origin meaning joyful’.

Allaire – Cheerful

Alleffra – Cheerful

Allemande – The name Allemande is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘German Dance’.

Allerie – Allerie as a girl’s name is related to the Old French name Mallory. The meaning of Allerie is ‘unlucky’.

Allese – Smart and no-nonsense, one who gets the job done. Variation of English name Alison

Allete – Winged

Allison – Of Noble Birth

Allix – Defender of Mankind, Female Version of Alexander

Allouette – Allouette as a girl’s name is related to the French name Alouette. The meaning of Allouette is ‘lark’.

Alloura – Alloura as a girl’s name is related to the Old French name Allura. The meaning of Alloura is ‘to entice’.

Allura – Allura as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Allura is ‘to entice, attract’.

Allure – Allure as a girl’s name is related to the Old French name Allura. The meaning of Allure is ‘to entice’.

Ally – Noble, graceful

Allyson

Allyson – Truthful

Alodie – Wealthy

Alouetta – Alouetta as a girl’s name is related to the French name Alouette. The meaning of Alouetta is ‘lark’.

Alouette – Alouette as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Alouette is ‘lark’.

Alowette – Alowette as a girl’s name is related to the French name Alouette. The meaning of Alowette is ‘lark’.

Aloyse – French variation of Louise, origin meaning renowned warrior’.

Aloysia – Name of an Italian saint, a strong willed person renowned in battlefield

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

Alsace – Alsace is an unpopular girl’s name.

Alsatia – Alsatia is an unpopular girl’s name.

Alvery – Norman French form of Visigothic Alverad, meaning ‘elf council.’

Alvia – Noble war’?, their sensitive, friendly, creative and intuitive nature attracts people

Alycia – A affectionate noble individual full of nobility and responsible nature

Alydia – A little winged noble girl having a unique vision and investigative in nature

Alyse – Variant of Alice, level-headed, equal, and cherished.

Alyson – Truthful

Alyssa – Mother goddess who is rational, trustworthy, noble and provides great happiness full of sanity

Alyssandra

Alyssandra – Defender of mankind

Alysson – Alysson is an unpopular girl’s name.

Amabel – The name Amabel is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘lovable’.

Amabella – Lovable

Amabelle – Lovable

Amabelle – Lovable

Amalie

Amalie – French variation of Amalia, origin meaning work’, ‘work’, ‘rival’, ‘work’.

Amaline – Old Norman French form of German Emmeline, meaning ‘work.’

Amande – French variation of Amanda, origin meaning she must be loved’.

Amandine – The name Amandine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘much-loved’.

Amarante – Unfading flower

Amarante – French form of Latin Amarantha, meaning ‘unfading.’

Amata – Lovable or dearly loved

Ambra – Amber

Ambre – Amber

Ambre – Ambre as a girl’s name is of Arabic origin, and the meaning of Ambre is ‘amber’. Ambre is a variant of the Arabic name Amber.

Ambrelle – Jewel

Ambretta – Jewel

Ambrette – The name Ambrette is a girl’s name of French origin.

Ambrosine – Feminine form of French Ambroise, meaning ‘immortal.’

Amedee – Loves God

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

Amelie – Industrious, striving

Amelie – The name Amelie is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘work’.

Amelot – Arthur’s Castle

Ami – Dearly loved

Amia

Amia – Variant of Amy, Amia means beloved. Its roots come from the Latin word meaning to love.

Amie

Amie – Derived from Amye which means beautiful and lovable

Amite – Friend

Amitee – Friend

Amity – Friendship

Amor – Amor as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Amor), is of French origin, and the meaning of Amor is ‘love’.

Amora – Amora as a girl’s name is related to the French name Amor. The meaning of Amora is ‘love’.

Amore – Amore as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Amore is ‘love’. Amore is a variant of the French name Amor.

Amoretta – Amoretta as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Amoretta is ‘little love’. Amoretta is a variant of the French name Amorette.

Amorette – Amorette as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Amorette is ‘little love’.

Amorra – Amorra as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Amorra is ‘love’. Amorra is a variant of the French name Amor.

Amour – Amour is an unpopular girl’s name.

Amy – Dearly loved

Amy – The name Amy is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘beloved’.

Anabell – Variant of Annabelle, combination of Anna and Belle, sweet, giving and full of love.

Anabelle – Anabelle as a girl’s name is of Hebrew and French origin, and the meaning of Anabelle is ‘favored grace’. Anabelle is a variant of Anabel, which is a combination of the Hebrew name Anna and the French name Belle.

Anais

Anais – The one who is highly gracious, merciful and friendly

Anaise – The name Anaise is a girl’s name of French origin.

Anastaise – Variant spelling of French Anastasie, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Anastasie – Feminine form of French Anastase, meaning ‘resurrection.’

Ancelin – French – Handmaiden, A variant name is Ancelina

Ancelina – Handmaiden

Ancelote – Ancelote as a girl’s name is of French origin. Feminine form of Lancelot, the famous knight of the Round Table.

Andrea

Andrea – Manly

Andree – Feminine form of French Andre, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Andromaque – French form of Greek Andromache, meaning ‘man battle’ or ‘warrior battle.’

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

Ange – Angel

Ange – Angel

Angela – Messenger

Angele – French feminine form of Latin Angelus, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angeletta – Little angel

Angeletta – Little angel

Angelette – French variation of Angela, origin meaning angel’.

Angelika – Messenger

Angelina – Messenger of God

Angeline – They are the messengers as well as the angels of God sent from heaven

Angelique – The name Angelique is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘angelic’.

Angilia – Angel

Ann – Variant spelling of French Anne, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annabal – Annabal as a girl’s name is of Hebrew and French origin, and the meaning of Annabal is ‘favored grace’. Annabal is a variant of Anabel, which is a combination of the Hebrew name Anna and the French name Belle.

Annabell – Annabell as a girl’s name is of Hebrew and French origin, and the meaning of Annabell is ‘favored grace’. Annabell is a variant of Anabel, which is a combination of the Hebrew name Anna and the French name Belle.

Annabelle – The name Annabelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘loving’.

Anne

Anne-Marie – The name Anne-Marie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘grace, bitter’.

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

Annebell – Easy to Love, A combination of Anna and Bella, A variant of Amabel

Annebelle – Easy to Love, A combination of Anna and Bella, A variant of Amabel

Anneka – Grace

Anneke – Grace

Anneliese – Grace

Annelyse – The one who is devoted to God and are graceful beings

Annette – Annette as a girl’s name is pronounced an-NET. French pet form of Ann.

Annie – Variation of Hannah, a beautiful prayer, Grace

Annique – Annique is an unpopular girl’s name.

Annmarie – Also sometimes spelled ‘Annemarie,’ this name combines Anne, which means gracious, with Marie, which is the French for Mary, meaning bitter or a sea of bitterness.

Anouk – God is gracious, merciful one and he has answered the prayers

Anouska – French form of Russian Annushka, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Antinea – The name Antinea is a girl’s name of French, Greek, Portuguese origin.

Antionette – Antionette as a girl’s name is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Antionette is ‘priceless’. Antionette is a variant of the French and Latin name Antoinette and the Latin name Antonia.

Antoinette – Highly praiseworthy, feminine form of Anthony

Antoinette – Antoinette as a girl’s name is pronounced ann-twa-NET. French feminine diminutive of Antoine, from Anthony.

Antonie – French variation of Antonia, origin meaning priceless one’, ‘priceless one’.

Antwahnette – Antwahnette as a girl’s name is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Antwahnette is ‘priceless’. Antwahnette is a variant of the French and Latin name Antoinette and the Latin name Antonia.

Antwanetta – Antwanetta as a girl’s name is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Antwanetta is ‘priceless’. Antwanetta is a variant of the French and Latin name Antoinette and the Latin name Antonia.

Antwinett – Antwinett as a girl’s name is of French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Antwinett is ‘priceless’. Antwinett is a variant of the French and Latin name Antoinette and the Latin name Antonia.

Apollina – Manly

Apolline – Gift from Apollo

Apolline – French form of Latin Apollonia, meaning ‘of Apollo.’

Appoline – French variation of Apollonia.

Appolinia – French variation of Apollonia.

Apryl – April

Aquitaine – The name Aquitaine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Arabelle – French variation of Arabella, origin meaning yielding to prayer’.

Arcene – Silvery

Ardelle – Ardelle as a girl’s name is pronounced ar-DELL. Also possibly a feminine form of Ardo, the name of a ninth-century French saint.

Argene – Argene as a girl’s name is pronounced ar-JEEN. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Argene is ‘silver’.

Ariane

Ariane – French variation of Ariadne, origin meaning most holy’, ‘most holy’.

Arianne – The name Arianne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘very holy one’.

Ariele

Ariele – Lion of God

Arielle – .

Arielle – The name Arielle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lion of God’.

Arienne – French form of Latin Ariadne, meaning ‘utterly pure.’

Arjane – Arjane as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Arjane is ‘silver’. Arjane is a variant of the French name Argene.

Arjean – Arjean as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Arjean is ‘silver’. Arjean is a variant of the French name Argene.

Arlet – Arlet as a girl’s name is of Norman French origin, and the meaning of Arlet is ‘eagle’. Arlet is a variant of the Norman French name Arlette.

Arleta – Pledge

Arletta – Arletta as a girl’s name is of Irish Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Arletta is ‘oath’. Arletta is a variant of the Irish Gaelic name Arlene.

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

Arline – Arline as a girl’s name is related to the name Arlene.

Armande – The name Armande is a girl’s name of French origin.

Armantine – The name Armantine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘army man’.

Armel

Armelle – Feminine form of French Armel, meaning ‘stone prince.’

Arnaude – Feminine form of French Arnaud, meaning ‘eagle power.’

Arnett – Arnett as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Arnett), is of Old French and English origin, and the meaning of Arnett is ‘little eagle’.

Ascelina – Noble, one who is a little individual

Asceline – Asceline as a girl’s name is related to the French name Aceline. The meaning of Asceline is ‘noble’.

Assia – One who looks and comforts others

Athenais – French name derived from Latin Athena, meaning ‘of Athena.’

Auberi – Rule of an Elf, powerful and kind hearted

Auberta – Auberta as a girl’s name is pronounced oh-BEHR-tah, oh-BERT-ah. French feminine form of Albert.

Auberte – French variation of Alberta, origin meaning noble, bright’.

Aubina – Blond

Aubine – Blond

Aubree – Elf ruler

Aubree – Like the same name with alternative spelling Aubrey, this name is a variant of Avery, meaning wise and ruling with a mischievous wisdom.

Aubrey – From the Germanic name Alberic, king of the elves in German mythology. It later became common as a Norman first name. When used for girls, it’s also a variation of the name Audrey.

Aubri – A girl who is ruler of elves

Aubriana

Aubriana – Blond ruler

Aubrianne – Modern blend of the names Aubrey and Ann, possibly an attempt to endow the originally male name Aubrey with a more feminine sound

Aubrianne – Blond ruler

Aubrie – A variant of Avery, meaning wise and ruling with a mischievous wisdom.

Aubriella – Variant of Abrielle, meaning God is my strength.

Aubrielle – A varient of Avery meaning wise and ruling with a mischievous wisdom.

Aubry – Blond ruler

Aud – Aud as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Aud is ‘prosperous’. Aud is a variant of the Old French name Auda.

Auda – Auda as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Auda is ‘prosperous’.

Aude – Aude as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Aude is ‘prosperous’. Aude is a variant of the Old French name Auda.

Audette – Sothern frenchname for a bird

Audra – noble strength

Audra – Possessing stupendous strength, poise, controlled.

Audree

Audree – A divine stregth

Audrielle

Aunna – They are gracious and wonderful human beings

Aurelie

Aurelie – Feminine form of French Aurele, meaning ‘golden.’

Aurelle – Aurelle as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Aurelle is ‘golden’. Aurelle is a variant of the Latin name Aurelia.

Aurielle

Aurore – French form of Roman Latin Aurora, meaning ‘dawn.’

Aurorette – A variation of the name Aurora, dawn

Austina – Majestic

Austine – Majestic

Ava – A bird, a living organism of the ecosystem

Avari – Old French – Inspired Advice, Old Peace, Of The Heavens,From The Sky, A variant of name Avery

Avarie – Nature lover, especially birds.

Avary – Wise

Avelaine – A friend of the environment, nut

Avelina – Germanic – Little Bird, Strength, Desired, A variant of name Ava

Aveline – The name Aveline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘the hazelnut tree’.

Averi – A variant of Avery meaning wise and ruling with a mischievous wisdom.

Averie – A spelling variant of Avery, a French name meaning wise and ruling with a mischevious wisdom.

Avery – Traditionally a last name derived from Alfred. It means ‘wise’: in French, ‘ruling with elf-wisdom’, in English, ‘counselor.’ Used for boys and girls. Well-known Averys: Fern’s brother in Charlotte’s Web.

Averyl – Month Name, Opening Buds of Spring, Born in April, A variant of name April, A variant form of Averil

Aviana – A combination of the names Ava & Anna, meaning life & grace.

Avice – The one who is refuge in a battle, beloved

Avignon – Name of a place, the one who who came from France

Avriel – To Open, Month Name, Opening Buds of Spring, Born in April, A variant of name April, A variant form of Averil

Avril – The French word for the month April. The name of the month derives from the Latin verb aperire meaning ‘to open’, refering to the months association with new beginnings and Spring. Also the Old English for ‘boar-like in battle’.

Avrill – To Open, Month Name, Opening Buds of Spring, Born in April, A variant of name April, A variant form of Averil

Avryl – To Open, Month Name, Opening Buds of Spring, Born in April, A variant of name April, A variant form of Averil

Avyce – One who is refuge in a war, warlike

Axelle – The name Axelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘father of peace’.

Aya – design, colorful or beautiful. It also means ‘bees’ in Old German.

Aylee – A hazelnut tree, a bird

Azura – Sky blue

Azure – Sky blue

Azure – Sky blue

Azurine

Azurine – Sky blue

French girl names starting with B

Babette – Foreign woman, stranger, exotic, variant of Barbara

Babette – Babette as a girl’s name is of French origin. Diminutive of Barbara (Greek) ‘foreign’, nickname of Elizabeth.

Baie – French variation of Bay, origin meaning berry’.

Bailee – Law enforcer or bailiff

Baileigh – An administrator manager, a Goddess

Bailey – Law enforcer or bailiff

Bailiegh – An officer of justice and administration

Baize – The name Baize is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘dark brown’.

Ballou

Barbara – Stranger, foreigner

Barbe – French form of Greek Barbara, meaning ‘foreign, strange.’

Barbetta – A variation of the name Babette

Barbie – Derived From Barbara, traveler from a foreign land

Basilie – Female Version of Basil, Royal, Kingly, Regal, Derived from the Same Greek Word as the Plant Name Basil

Bastienne – French variation of Sebastiane, origin meaning from Sebastia’.

Bastina – French variation of Sebastiane, origin meaning from Sebastia’.

Bathylle – French form of Old High German Balthild, meaning ‘bold battle.’

Batilde – French form of Old High German Bathilda, meaning ‘fight-battle.’

Baye – French variation of Bay, origin meaning berry’.

Baylee – Law enforcer or bailiff

Bayleigh – berry wood

Bayley – Law enforcer or bailiff

Baylie – Law enforcer or bailiff

Bayliegh – An officer of justice

Baylye – A law enforcer

Beatrice – The name Beatrice is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘she who brings happiness, blessed’.

Beatrise – Traveler, Blessed

Beawa – She who has beauty

Bebe – Baby

Beccalynn – An intellectual, blessed individual

Bechet

Bechette – The name Bechette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘little spade’.

Bedelia – Strength

Begonia – Begonia as a girl’s name. Flower name: the colorful house plant with fleshy leaves and white, yellow, pink or red blossoms.

Beige – Beige as a girl’s name is of French origin. Modern name, from the color, which comes from French, and referred originally to undyed woollen cloth.

Bel

Bel – Beautiful

Belda – Beautiful

Belen – Bethlehem, An Arrow

Belevia – A beautiful lady

Belina – St Belina from the 12th century was a French peasant, one who protects

Beline – The name Beline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘goddess’.

Belisse – Belisse as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Belisse is ‘beautiful’. Belisse is a variant of the French name Belle.

Bell – Beautiful, Fine looking, gorgeous

Bella – Beautiful, handsome, attractive

Bellamy – Handsome friend, possible variant of Isabella

Bellamy

Belle – Beautiful, fair, lovely one, an abbreviation of Isabelle, In the fairy tale, ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ Belle is a young woman who teaches the enchanted Beast how to love and is rewarded handsomely for learning herself to see beyond appearances and trust her heart.

Belle – Belle as a girl’s name is pronounced bell. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Belle is ‘beautiful’.

Bellette – Bellette as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Bellette is ‘beautiful’. Bellette is a variant of the French name Belle.

Bellina – Bellina as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Bellina is ‘beautiful’. Bellina is a variant of the French name Belle.

Belora – To be beautiful now

Belot – A name of a card game

Belvia – Belvia as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Belvia is ‘beautiful’. Belvia is a variant of the French name Belle.

Benadette – French variation of Bernarda, origin meaning brave as a bear’.

Benedicte – Feminine form of French Benedict, meaning ‘blessed.’

Benicia – Blessed One

Benilde – The name Benilde is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘good’.

Benjamine – French feminine form of French Benjamin, meaning ‘blessed.’

Benoite – Feminine form of French Benoit, meaning ‘blessed.’

Bente – Blessed, Form of Benedict

Berangaria – Name of a princess

Berdine

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

Berenice – The name Berenice is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning ‘she who brings victory’.

Berenicia – French variation of Bernice, origin meaning she who brings victory’.

Bern – Brave

Bernadea – Brave as a bear

Bernadetta – Strong bear

Bernadette – Courage of a bear, feminine form of Bernard. Saint Bernadette was a French peasant girl who was visited by the Virgin Mary at a grotto near Lourdes.

Bernadette – The name Bernadette is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘brave as a bear’.

Bernadina – Brave as a bear

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

Bernarda – Brave as a bear

Bernarde – Feminine form of French Bernard, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernardene – French variation of Bernarda, origin meaning brave as a bear’.

Bernardette – Pet form of French Bernarde, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernardine – French variation of Bernarda, origin meaning brave as a bear’, ‘brave as a bear’.

Berne – Bold As A Bear

Bernedette – Bernedette is an unpopular girl’s name.

Berneen – Brave as a bear

Bernelle – French variation of Bernice, origin meaning she who brings victory’.

Bernetta – Pet form of French Bernadine, meaning ‘bringer of victory.’

Bernette

Bernette – Brave as a bear

Bernice

Bernice – One who brings victory

Bernie – Derived From Bernard

Berniss – One who brings victory

Bernita – Strong as a bear

Bernyce

Bernyce – One who brings victory

Berta – Famous, Noble, Splendid, Shining Pledge, Bright Ruler, Glorious, Bright or Glorious

Berthe – French variation of Bertha, origin meaning bright, glorious’.

Bertilda – Shining Battle-maid, Woman Warrior

Bertille – The name Bertille is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘heroine, bright maiden’.

Bertrade – Bright Counselor

Bertrice – Bertrice as a girl’s name. Combined name, possibly Bertha and Bernice.

Bessy – God is My Oath, Diminutive of Elizabeth, House, God’s Promise

Bessye – House, God’s Promise, God is My Oath

Bethea – Maid-servant of Jehovah

Betrice – A woman who brings happiness wherever she goes

Bette – Consecrated To God

Bettine – God is my oath

Bettye – God’s Oath, Form of Elizabeth

Bev – Beaver-stream

Beyonce – Beyond Others

Biana – Fair Skinned

Bianca – A French variant of the name Blanche and means ‘white’, ‘bright’ or ‘shining’.

Biata – Blessed

Bibel – Short from Elisabeth, meaning one who made a promise to God

Bibele – She gave her promise to the God

Bibi – The name Bibi is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lady of the house’.

Bibiane – French variation of Bibiana, origin meaning life’, ‘life’.

Biccel – A version of Rebecca, means snare

Bichette – The name Bichette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘little doe’.

Bidon – Bidon as a girl’s name has Gaelic origins. The meaning of Bidon is ‘exalted one’. Is related to the names Biddy and Bridget.

Bienna – Good

Bijou – Jewel

Bijou – Bijou as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Bijou is ‘jewel’.

Bijoux – Jewels

Billa – French – Beautiful, Germanic – Will, Desire, A variant of name Billie

Billye – Resolute Protector

Bindi – Small Round to Wear on Forehead

Binnur – A Thousand Lights

Birdena – Bird like

Birdie – Little Bird, Unusual Nature, Bright

Birdine – Little Bird

Birgita – To Help, The Exalted One

Blaise – Stammerer

Blanc – A white woman

Blanca – White, pure

Blanch – Fair, White, Pale

Blanche – White

Blanche – The name Blanche is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘white’.

Blanchefleur – White flower

Blanchefleur – Variant spelling of French Blancheflour, meaning ‘white flower.’ In Arthurian legend, this was the name of the sweetheart of Perceval in Chretian de Troyes’ Perceval, le Conte du Graal.

Blancheflor – Old French and Middle English form of French Blancheflour, meaning ‘white flower.’

Blancheflour – French Arthurian legend name from Flores and Blancheflour, a popular romantic poem from the Middle Ages. Blancheflour was Tristan’s mother, known as the ‘white flower’ of the House of Cornwall. She was the daughter of King Felix, sister to King Mark of Cornwall, and wife to Rivalen, Lord of Armenye.

Blanka – Meaning ‘white’, ‘bright’ and ‘beautiful’. A popular variation of the name Blanche (English and French).

Blathnaid – Flower, Blossom

Bleu

Blissany – Full of Grace and Joy

Blisse – Delight, Joy, Intense Happiness

Blondell – Fair haired or blonde

Blondelle – Fair haired or blonde

Blondene – Fair haired or blonde

Bly – To Be A Tall Child

Bobby – Short For Robert

Bobbye – Bright Fame

Bobette – A little one who is bright and famous

Bobinette – A little woman who is a very bright flame

Boheme – A person of bohemian nature

Bonnie – Pretty

Bonny – Pretty

Breaelle – Of God

Breal – Of God

Breale – Of God

Breel – Of God

Breelle – Of God

Brendana – A prince, the heir of the king

Bret – From Britain

Brett – From Britain

Bretta – From Britain

Brettany – From Britain

Brette – From Britain

Bri’Elle – Variant of Gabrielle, this name means someone who finds her strength through and seeks comfort in God.

Bria – A feminine variant of Brian, meaning noble and strong. It is also a shortened version of Brianna.

Bridgett

Bridgett – Strength

Bridgette – Pillar of strength, someone to lean on, perseveres through all obstacles.

Brie – A place name where they produce cheese in France

Brieana – A woman from the French chese producing region

Brieanna – A place name. A woman from Brie

Briela – Short from Gabriela, means God is my strenght

Briella – A variant of Brielle, this melodic name means finding strength In God. How cool is it that it comes from Gabrielle?

Briellah – Of God

Brielle – The name Brielle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘hunting grounds’.

Brier – Brier as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Brier is ‘heather’.

Brierley – An ashy woman

Brierly – A woman of ashes

Brigette – Strength

Brigitte – The name Brigitte is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘strength or exalted one’.

Brille – My strenght is my God

Britney – From Brittany

Brittanie – From Brittany

Brittany – The name Brittany is a girl’s name of French, English, Celtic origin.

Brittney – From Brittany

Brucey – One who comes from the brushwood thicket

Brucie – Brushwood or thicket

Brucina – Brucina as a girl’s name is a variant of Brucie.

Brucine – Brucine as a girl’s name is a variant of Brucie.

Brunella – Brown or dark haired

Brunette – French variation of Bruna, origin meaning brown’.

Bryce – Bryce means spotted or freckled one. It is also known to mean ‘from Britain’.

Bryela – Of God

Burdette – A girl who is like a little bird

Burgundy

Burnet – Burnet as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Burnet), is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Burnet is ‘brown’.

Burnice – A woman who brings victory

Byanca – A white, shinning woman

Byellah – Of God

French girl names starting with C

Cachet – The name Cachet is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘prestigious, desirable’.

Cadeau – The name Cadeau is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘gift’.

Cadence

Cadence – A rhytmic woman, one with the beat

Cadencia – Rhythmic

Cadette – Cadette as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Cadette is ‘younger’.

Cadice – French name meaning ‘chief.’

Caila – A lady from the forest

Calais – The name Calais is a girl’s name of French origin.

Calandre – A french name meaning Lark

Calantha – One who is like a beautiful flower

Calanthe – To have the beauty of the flower

Calanthia – She is pretty like a flower

Caleigh – A slender girl from the forest

Callalily – One like the lily flower

Callie – Meaning ‘from the forest,’ it is used largely in English and is a pet form of the name ‘Caroline,’ which stems back to the Latin name Charles, meaning ‘man’ and ‘warrior’.

Camila – This melodic name carries two ideas: one is a person who is free-born and noble but then also one who serves another.

Camile

Camile – Young ceremonial attendant

Camilla – Young ceremonial attendant

Camille

Camille – Camille in French can be pure and perfect. Its related Latin meaning is ‘serving at the altar’ which requires pureness.

Camillei – Young attendant

Cammi – Young attendant

Candide – White glowing, sweet thing

Candie – Bright glowing thing

Candrila – She is one from the ashes

Candy – Sweet

Cant – Little song

Cantarella – A name of the deadly posion

Cantrelle – The name Cantrelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘song’.

Caprice – The name Caprice is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘impulsive change of mind’.

Capucina – Cape

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.’

Careen – She is a free woman

Careshmeh – Careshmeh is an unpopular girl’s name.

Caress – Caress as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘tender touch’.

Caressa – She is of a gentle touch

Caresse – Caresse as a girl’s name is pronounced ka-RESS. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Caresse is ‘tender touch’.

Carina – Maiden

Carine

Carine – A pure and beloved woman

Carinet – She is a dear woman

Carlotta – Feminine form of CHARLES – man, strong

Carnation – Flesh colored

Carol – Joyous song

Carola – Song of joy

Carole

Carole – French form of Latin Carola, meaning ‘man.’

Carolee – She has a strenght of a full-grown man

Carolena – She is a free person

Carolien – One who is like a song of happiness

Carolin – A happiness that the song brings

Carolina – The name Carolina is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘free man’.

Caroline – Free man

Caroline – The name Caroline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘free man’.

Carolinne – A woman who is like a happy song

Caron – Pure

Carressa – Carressa as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘tender touch’.

Cassandra – Shine upon mankind

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

Caterine – Old French form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning ‘pure.’

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

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

Catiana – Catiana is an unpopular girl’s name.

Catleu – A girl who is chaste and pure

Catrinel – She is the one who is pure and genuine

Catrinetta – Little innocent

Catrinette – Little innocent

Cayenne – A woman who is like a hot spice

Cecile – The name Cecile is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘blind’.

Cecille – Dim sighted or blind

Cedulie – They are filled with surprises, sensitive and affectionate

Celesse – Heavenly

Celeste – Heavenly, from the Latin name Celestia

Celeste – Celeste refers to celestial and means heavenly or related to the sky.

Celestia – Heavenly

Celestiel – Heavenly

Celestina – A heavenly or a celestial individual

Celestine – Feminine form of French Celestin, meaning ‘heavenly.’

Celestyna – Heavenly

Celia – The one from the heaven

Celie – The name Celie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘blind’.

Celina – Polish variation of Selena, origin meaning moon goddess’, ‘heavenly’, ‘heavenly’.

Celine – A beautiful name of Greek origin, meaning Greek goddess of the moon, one of seven mythological daughters of Atlas transformed by Zeus into stars of the Pleiades constellation

Celine – The name Celine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘heavenly’.

Cendrillon – Cendrillon as a girl’s name is a variant of Cinderella (French), and the meaning of Cendrillon is ‘little ashes’.

Cendrine – Cendrine as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Cendrine is ‘little ashes’.

Cenerentola – Cenerentola as a girl’s name is a variant of Cinderella (French), and the meaning of Cenerentola is ‘little ashes’.

Cera – Cera as a girl’s name is of English and French origin, and the meaning of Cera is ‘cherry’. Cera is a variant of the English and French name Cerise.

Cerea – Cerea as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Ceres – Cherry

Cerice – Cerice as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cericia – Cericia as a girl’s name is related to the English and French name Cerise. The meaning of Cericia is ‘cherry’.

Cerisa – Cerisa as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerise – The name Cerise is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerissa – Cerissa as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerisse – Cerisse as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerria – Cerria as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerrina – Cerrina as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cerrita – Cerrita as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Ceryce – Ceryce as a girl’s name is a variant of Cerise (English, French), and the meaning of Ceryce is ‘cherry’.

Cesarine – The name Cesarine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Cezanne – Cezanne as a girl’s name. Can be used as a girl’s name as it is similar to Suzanne.

Chablis – The name Chablis is a girl’s name of French origin.

Chainey – Chainey as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘candle maker’.

Chaise – Hunter

Chalina – Moon

Chambray – The name Chambray is a girl’s name of French origin.

Chamiree – Crooked stream

Chandal – Chandal as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chandel – Chandel as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘candle’.

Chandell – A candle

Chandelle – Chandelle as a girl’s name is pronounced shan-DELL. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Chandelle is ‘candle’.

Chandlar – Chandlar as a girl’s name is of Middle English/French origin meaning ‘candle maker’.

Chandler – If he were a real person, Chandler Bing of “Friends” would be tickled (in a sarcastic way) by the effect his name had on parents during the sitcom’s 10-year run, which started in 1994. It became a hot name, peaking in 1999. Chandler would eventually be more common as a boys’ name, but during the show’s heyday, parents were choosing it for girls too. Chandler has a prep school ring to it, but if you think of the TV guy, it also evokes someone who’s funny, smart and loyal—all qualities in a good friend.

Chanel – Surname used as first name, popularized through the fame of French haute couture designer Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel

Chanel – From the Old French for ‘canal, channel’, the first name is derived from the surname, under the influence of the pioneering French fashion designer Coco Chanel.

Chanele – Chanele as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Chanell – Chanell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Chanelle – Chanelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Chaney – Chaney as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Chaney), is of Middle English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Chaney is ‘candle maker’.

Channel – From Old French origin meaning ‘canal, channel’, a variant of the English name Chanel.

Channell – Channell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Channelle – Channelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Channing

Chanta – Chanta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantaal – Chantaal as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantae – Chantae is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantael – Chantael is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantai – Chantai as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Chantai is ‘stone’. Chantai is related to the French name Chantal.

Chantal – Chantal as a girl’s name is pronounced shahn-TAL. It is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Chantal is ‘stone’.

Chantale – Stone, song

Chantall – Chantall as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantalle – Chantalle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantara – Chantara as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantarai – Chantarai as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantasia – Chantasia as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantay – Chantay is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantaye – Chantaye as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chante – Chante as a girl’s name is pronounced shawn-TAY. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Chante is ‘to sing’.

Chantea – Chantea is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chanteau – Chanteau is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantee – Chantee is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chanteese – Chanteese as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantel – A variant of the name Chantal. The name is derived from the French word cantal, meaning ‘stone’.

Chantela – Chantela is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantele – Chantele as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantell – Chantell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantella – Chantella as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantelle – Chantelle is a variation of the French name Chantal which means a ‘stone’ or ‘boulder’. The name is also taken from the French verb ‘to sing’

Chanter – Chanter is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantey – Chantey is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantez – Chantez is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantiel – Chantiel is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantielle – Chantielle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantil – Chantil as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantila – Chantila is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantill – Chantill as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantille – Chantille as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantilly – The name Chantilly is a girl’s name of French origin.

Chantle – Chantle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chanton – Singing together

Chantoya – Chantoya is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantra – Chantra as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantrel – Chantrel is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantrell – Chantrell is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantrelle – Chantrelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantress – Chantress is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantri – Chantri is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantrice – Chantrice as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantriel – Chantriel is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chantrill – Chantrill as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Charalin – Charalin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charalyn – Charalyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charalynne – Charalynne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Chardae – A strong, free, majestic individual

Chardonay – Chardonay is a girl’s name.

Chardonnay – Chardonnay as a girl’s name. Name of the grape and the popular variety of wine from which it is made.

Charee – Dear one, darling, variant of Cherie

Charee – Charee as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Charelin – Charelin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charelyn – Charelyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charelynn – Charelynn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charil – A bright, lovely individual

Charilyn – Charilyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charilynn – Charilynn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Charlaine – Little and womanly

Charlayne – Little and womanly

Charlee – Free person

Charleen – Little and womanly

Charleena – Little and womanly

Charlena

Charlena – Little and womanly

Charlene – Little and womanly

Charlet – Free

Charlete – Free

Charlett – Free

Charlette – Little and womanly

Charley

Charline – Manly, feminine form of Charles

Charline – Feminine form of French Charles, meaning ‘man.’

Charlisa – Little and womanly

Charlita – Manly, feminine form of Charles

Charlita – Little and womanly

Charlize

Charlize – Charlize means free man. Actress Charlize Theron helped to make it popular.

Charlot – Free

Charlote – Free

Charlott – Free

Charlotta – Little and womanly

Charlotte – Free man

Charlotte – The feminine form of ‘Charles,’ it means ‘petite’ and ‘feminine.’ It has been a common name for royalty. Well-known Charlottes: novelist Charlotte Brontë, Wilbur’s spider friend in Charlotte’s Web, character in Sex and the City.

Charly – Free

Charlynne – Variation of Charlene or Charles which means Free man

Charmain – A charming name

Charmaine – Charmaine as a girl’s name is pronounced shar-MAYNE. It is of English origin, and the meaning of Charmaine is ‘charm’.

Charmayne – Song

Charmine – Song

Charyl – Beloved

Chase – Originally an English surname, Chase originated during the Middle Ages as a nickname for a hunter. Since then, it has been adopted as a first name, closing in on the top 100 boys’ names since 1995, with 4,826 boys born in 2016, according to the Social Security Administation. As a girls’ name, Chase is much more rare but not unheard of. Variations include Chace, Chayce and Chayse.

Chaunta – Chaunta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chauntay – Chauntay as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chaunte – Chaunte is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chauntel – Chauntel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chauntell – Chauntell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chauntelle – Chauntelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chawntelle – Chawntelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chayce – A huntsman

Chayney – Chayney as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘candle maker’.

Cheerish – Cheerish is a girl’s name of English and Old French origin meaning ‘to treasure,’ ‘care for,’ or ‘hold dear’.

Chelle – One who is like the God

Chenelle – Chenelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Cheney – Growing from the Oak grove

Cher – Cher as a girl’s name is pronounced sher. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Cher is ‘dear’.

Cheralin – Cheralin as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cheralyn – Cheralyn as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Chere – Chere as a girl’s name of Old French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or cherry fruit’.

Cherece – Cherece as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cheree – Cheree as a girl’s name is of French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Chereen – Chereen as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Chereena – Chereena as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Chereese – Chereese as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherell – Beloved

Cherelle – Cherelle as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Cherelle is ‘dear’.

Cherena – Cherena as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cherene – Cherene as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Cherene is ‘dear’.

Cheresa – Cheresa as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherese – Cherese as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cheresse – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherey – Cherey as a girl’s name is of French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cheri – Cheri as a girl’s name of Old French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or cherry fruit’.

Cheriann – Beloved

Cherianne – Beloved

Cherice – Dear one, beloved, variant of Charish, Cher, and Cherie

Cherice – Cherice as a girl’s name is of French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cherie – Dear one, darling

Cherie – Cherie as a girl’s name is pronounced sha-REE, SHER-ee. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Cherie is ‘dear, darling’.

Cheriese – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cheriesherry – Dear

Cherilin – Cherilin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherilyn – Cherilyn as a girl’s name is pronounced SHER-a-lin. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Cherilyn is ‘dear’.

Cherilynn – A rhyming darling

Cherilynne – Cherilynne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherina – Cherina as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cherine – Dearest one

Cherisa – Cherisa as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherise – Cherise as a girl’s name is pronounced sha-REESE. It is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Cherise is ‘cherry’.

Cherish – There is no hidden meaning to the name Cherish. It means to hold dear, care for and protect.

Cherishe – Cherishe is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘to treaure,’ ‘care for,’ or ‘hold dear.’

Cherisse – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherita – Cherita as a girl’s name is of French/Middle English/Old French origin meaning ‘dear, darling, cherry fruit’.

Cherly – A darling friend

Cherralyn – Cherralyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherree – Cherree is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘dear, darling’. erree.

Cherrell – A beloved person

Cherrelle – Cherrelle as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cherrey – Cherrey is a girl’s name of Middle English and Old French origins meaning ‘cherry fruit’.

Cherrice – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherrie – Cherrie as a girl’s name is of French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or cherry fruit’.

Cherrilin – Cherrilin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherrill – A green gemstone, Cherry

Cherrilyn – Cherrilyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherrise – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherrish – Cherrish is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘to treasure,’ ‘care for,’ or ‘hold dear.’

Cherry

Cherry – Name derived from a fruit

Cherryl – Beloved

Cherrylene – Cherrylene as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherrylin – Cherrylin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherryline – Cherryline as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherrylyn – Cherrylyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Chery – Chery as a girl’s name of Old French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or cherry fruit’.

Cheryce – Cheresse is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherye – Cherye as a girl’s name is of French and Middle English origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Cheryl

Cheryl – The name Cheryl is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘darling’.

Cherylie – Cherylie as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cherylin – Cherylin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cheryll – Beloved

Cherylle – Beloved

Cheryllyn – Cheryllyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Cheryse – Cheryse is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Cherysh – Cherysh is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘to treasure,’ ‘care for,’ or ‘hold dear.’

Chesney – Grove of Oak

Chevis – A thick bodied Fish

Cheyanna – Tribal name

Cheyanne – Tribal name

Cheyenne – Tribal name

Cheyrie – Cheyrie is a girl’s nameof French origin meaning ‘dear, darling’.

Chiana – Unknown

Chianna – Unknown

Chimene – French variation of Xenia, origin meaning hospitable, welcoming’.

Chimere – A dreamy individual

Chlarinda – Bright, clear, dazzling, intense

Chloe – The name Chloe is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning ‘young green shoot’.

Chonda – Chonda as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chontel – Chontel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Chrie – A familiar form of Cher, addressing someone with love

Chrine – Follower of Lord Jesus, the son of God

Christabella – A Christ follower

Christabelle – A religious follower of Jesus Christ

Christel – French variation of Crystal.

Christelle – Pet form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christia – Pet form of French Christine, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Christiane – Feminine form of French Chrestien or Chri??tien, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ Compare with another form of Christiane.

Christine – a Christian

Christine – French from of Latin Christina, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Chyril – Beloved

Ciel – The name Ciel is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sky’.

Cielle – Sky, a part of the atmosphere, derived from the French word Ciel

Cindell – A Greek variation of the name Cindy, or Cynthia

Cinderella – Cinderella as a girl’s name is pronounced sin-de-RE-la. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Cinderella is ‘little ashes’.

Cindy – Of French origin meaning ‘little cinders’ it is a pet form of the English and German name Cythia.

Cisse – A name derived from the place called Cisse in Vienne

Citrine – Type of quartz, a mineral found in metamorphic and igneous rocks

Citron – The name Citron is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lemon’.

Claare – Clear, Bright

Cladine – Branched, something that is classified into many sub-divisions

Clair – Bright or clear

Claira – Open and pure, simple, innocent and loving.

Claire – Clear, bright

Claire – The name Claire is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘bright, clear’.

Clairene – Pet form of French Claire, meaning ‘clear, bright.’

Clairette – French variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’.

Clara – One who is distinguished, clear and bright

Clarance – Clear, Bright

Clare – Bright or Clear

Clarence – Clear, Bright

Clarette – French variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’.

Claribel – Bright and beautiful

Clarice – Medieval French form of Latin Clarissa, meaning ‘fame.’

Clarinda – Bright or clear

Clarisse

Clarisse – French form of Latin Clarissa, meaning ‘fame.’

Clarita – Bright or Clear

Claron – Clear, Bright

Claude

Claudean – Something that glows or shines

Claudelle – Derived from a saint’s name, ‘Claudius’, who lived in the 7th century

Claudette – The name Claudette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lame, enclosure’.

Claudia – Feminine form of Roman Latin Claudius and French Claude, both meaning ‘lame.’

Claudie – The name Claudie is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning lame, enclosure’.

Claudine – Claudine as a girl’s name is of French origin. Feminine diminutive of Claude.

Clely – A french version of Clelia, a Roman herione

Clemance – Mercy, showing forgiveness, pity, grace

Clemence – The name Clemence is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘mild, merciful’.

Clementina – Merciful

Clementine – The name Clementine is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘mild, merciful’.

Cleremunda – A clear and birght protector of men

Clodia – One who cannot walk, lame or crippled

Cloe – Little green sprout

Clothilde – Derived from the name of a saint, who converted her husband king to Christianityity

Clotilde – French form of German Clotilda, meaning ‘famous battle maid.’

Clotille – One who is well known and famous for her battle and war skills

Coco – French pet name

Coco – Coconut

Coelee – A valley or a draining zone

Coeur – The most vital organ of the human body, the heart

Cole – Cole has been a top baby name choice for boys since the 1990s. Its popularity peaked in 2003, but it’s still quite common. Cole is an English surname dating to the Middle Ages. Related to the Old English word col, for “charcoal.” Sometimes Cole is an Americanized spelling of the German name Kohl or a nickname for the girl’s name Nicole. It’s also a short form of Nicholas. Kole is a much less familiar spelling.

Coleta – Coleta is a girl’s name meaning ‘people of victory’ that comes from the French name Colette.

Coletta – Victory of the people

Colette – Victory of the people

Colette – Colette as a girl’s name is pronounced ko-LET. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Colette is ‘people of victory’.

Coligny – One who hails from Cologne, the fourth largest city of Germany

Coline – Derived from the name Nicholas, meaning the triumph of the people

Collet – Collet as a girl’s name is a variant of Colette (French), and the meaning of Collet is ‘people of victory’.

Colleta – Colleta as a girl’s name is a variant of Colette (French), and the meaning of Colleta is ‘people of victory’.

Collete – Collete as a girl’s name is a variant of Colette (French), and the meaning of Collete is ‘people of victory’.

Colletta – One who is victorious, winner and achiever

Collette – Victory

Collette – Collette as a girl’s name is a variant of Colette (French), and the meaning of Collette is ‘people of victory’.

Colombe – French unisex form of Latin Columba, meaning ‘dove.’

Comfort – Strength

Comfort – Comfort as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Comfort is ‘to strengthen and comfort’.

Comforte – Rest

Constance – Steadfast and firm of purpose, dependable and dedicated

Constancia – Constant or steadfast

Coralie – Coral

Coralie – The name Coralie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘coral’.

Cordney – Cordney as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cordni – Cordni as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘domain of Curtius’.

Corentine – A violent storm, hurricane or tornado

Coretta

Coretta – An unmarried, young woman, a maiden

Corette

Corette – Maiden

Corine – Variant spelling of French Corinne, meaning ‘maiden.’

Corinne – Maiden

Corinne – The name Corinne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘maiden’.

Cornelie – Feminine form of French Corneille, meaning ‘of a horn.’

Cortenay – Cortenay as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortenay is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Corteney – Corteney as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Corteney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cortne – Cortne is an unpopular girl’s name.

Cortnee – Cortnee as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortnee is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cortneigh – Cortneigh as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortneigh is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cortney – Cortney as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Cortney), is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cortnie – Cortnie as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortnie is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cortny – Cortny as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Cortny is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Cosetta – Derived from Corsett which means A Little thing

Cosette – Victorious, the name of one of the main characters in Victor Hugo”s Les Miserables. The beleaguered and romantic Cosette is the daughter of infamous refugee, Jean Valjean.

Cosette – Literary name derived from an Old French slang word (cosette) for something small and trivial, meaning ‘little thing of no importance.’ Victor Hugo gave this name to the illegitimate daughter of Fantine in his novel Les Miserables.

Coty – Helpful, Shield, Protective individual

Courtenay – Courtenay as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Courtenay), is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtenay is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courteneigh – Courteneigh as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courteneigh is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courteney – Courteney as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courteney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courteny – Courteny is an unpopular girl’s name.

Courtlyn – Courtlyn as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtlyn is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courtnay – Courtnay as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtnay is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courtnee – Courtnee as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtnee is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courtnei – Courteous

Courtneigh – Courteous

Courtney – Courteous or from the court

Courtney – Courtney as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Courtney), is pronounced KORT-nee. It is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Courtney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courtni – Courteous

Courtnie – Courtnie as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtnie is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Courtny – Courtny as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Courtny is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Creasy – Graceful, Pleasant, Kind

Creissant – To create

Crescence – Crescence as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), and the meaning of Crescence is ‘increasing, growing’.

Crescencia – To grow’ in French

Crescent – A variant of Crescens, it is now considered a nature name referring to the phase of the moon, Derived from the Latin word ‘Crescere’

Crescenta – Crescenta as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), and the meaning of Crescenta is ‘increasing, growing’.

Crescentia – Crescentia as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), and the meaning of Crescentia is ‘increasing, growing’. Other similar baby names are Cressent and Crescence.

Cressant – Cressant as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), the meaning of Cressant is ‘increasing, growing’.

Cressence – One who is increasing and evergrowing

Cressent – Cressent as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), the meaning of Cressent is ‘increasing, growing’.

Cressentia – Cressentia as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), and the meaning of Cressentia is ‘increasing, growing’.

Cressentya – Cressentya as a girl’s name is a variant of Crescent (Old French), and the meaning of Cressentya is ‘increasing, growing’. Another similar baby name is Cressant.

Crete – Variant transcription of the name ‘Crecia’ or the French form ‘Creste’ meaning peak of a hill and hence people who resided nearby were termed as Crete

Cunegonde – French form of German Kunigunde, meaning ‘brave war.’

Curtis

Custance – French form of Latin Constantia, meaning ‘steadfast.’

Cybele – The name Cybele is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘the mother of all gods’.

Cydney – This is an alternate spelling of ‘Sydney,’ which, in addition to being the name of an Australian city, is derived from Saint Denis, a third century bishop of Paris.

Cyndee – A bright child

Cyrille – French unisex form of English Cyril, meaning ‘lord.’

French girl names starting with D

D’Arcy – Fortress

D’Or – Golden

Dabney – Dabney as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Dabney), is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Dabney is ‘from Aubigny’.

Dabnie – Dabnie as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Dabnie), is a variant of Dabney (Old French), and the meaning of Dabnie is ‘from Aubigny’.

Dabny – Dabny as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Dabny), is a variant of Dabney (Old French), and the meaning of Dabny is ‘from Aubigny’.

Dace – Dace as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Dace), is pronounced dayce. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Dace is ‘of the nobility’.

Daeja – Already, strong person

Daffodil – Daffodil as a girl’s name is of Old French origin. Flower name for the familiar yellow blossom, appropriate for a spring baby.

Daija – The name Daija is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning already’.

Daijah – The one in progress, remember

Daisi – Eye of the day

Daja – Already there

Damhnait – One who cannot be tamed

Damia – To tame

Damiana – To tame

Damiane – To tame

Damica – The name Damica is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘open-spirited, friendly’.

Damien

Damien – To tame

Dandelion – Dandelion is an unpopular girl’s name.

Danelle – French variation of Daniella, origin meaning God is my judge’.

Danette – French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel (English Daniel), meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danice – French variation of Daniella.

Daniele – French feminine form of Hebrew Daniyel (English Daniel), meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danielle – The female form of Daniel meaning ‘God has judged’ , made of the elements ‘dan’ – to judge and ‘el’ – God.

Danique – The name Danique is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘morning star’.

Dany – The name Dany is a girl’s name of French origin.

Daralyn – Daralyn is an unpopular girl’s name.

Darcel – Fortress

Darcell

Darcell – Fortress

Darcelle – Dark, determined

Darcey – Girl from Archy

Darchelle – Fortress

Darci – The name Darci has two different meanings in French, one is ‘from Arcy’ and the other is ‘dark’. A spelling variation of Darcy

Darcia – The dark one

Darcie – Of Old French origin meaning ‘from Arcy’ derived from the elements arx meaning fortress.

Darcus – Strong , dark one

Darcy – From the Arcy (Oise River) which flows into the Seine

Darcy – Dark haired

Darel – Darel is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Darell – Word for huckleberry, beloved

Dariela – The name Dariela is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘dear one, beloved’.

Dariell – Open one

Darla – Very dear one

Darleane – Lovely person

Darleen – One who has charming personality

Darleena – One who is brilliant

Darlena – Lovely individual

Darlene – A child loved by all

Darletta – A beloved child

Darlina – A sweet, innocent child

Darline – Darling baby

Darrel – Darrel as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Darrel), is pronounced DARE-el. It is of Old English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Darrel is ‘open, from Airelle’.

Darrell – Darrell is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Darrelle – A darling person

Darrill – Darrill is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Darryll – Darryll is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Daryl – Daryl is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Daveney – Name of a town and castle in Flanders, also a rhyming variant of Daphne

Daveney – Daveney as a girl’s name is of French origin for a town and castle in Flanders.

Davignon – Dearly loved person

De’Asia – A form of Deja meaning to remember, previously as in ‘deja vu’.

Deanne – They are swift and beautiful

Debonair – Debonair as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Debonair), is of French origin, and the meaning of Debonair is ‘urbane, nonchalant’.

Debonaire – Debonaire as a girl’s name is a variant of Debonnaire (French), and the meaning of Debonaire is ‘urbane, nonchalant’.

Debonnaire – Debonnaire as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘urbane or nonchalant’. It may possibly be a Norman family name meaning ‘of good lineage’.

Deja – Deja means previously as in ‘deja vu’. It also means to remember.

Dejah – A fun loving person, pleasant one

Del – Del as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Del), is pronounced del. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Del is ‘of the’.

Delacroix – Who lives near the cross

Delaina – DeLaina as a girl’s name is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of DeLaina is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delaine – Delaine as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delaine), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delaine is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delainey – Delainey as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delainey), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delainey is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delainy – Delainy as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delainy), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delainy is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delana – One from humid place

Delancey – Delancey as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘from the alder grove’.

Delancie – Delancie as a girl’s name is a variant of Delancey (French). Other similar baby names are Delanie and Delane.

Delancy – Delancy as a girl’s name is a variant of Delancey (French). Other similar baby names are Delaney and Delany.

Delane – Delane as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delane), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delane is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delaney – From the Black River

Delanie – Delanie as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delanie), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delanie is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delany – Delany as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Delany), is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delany is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delayna – DeLayna as a girl’s name is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of DeLayna is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delayne – Delayne as a girl’s name is a variant of Delaney (Old French), and the meaning of Delayne is ‘from the alder grove’.

Delaynie – A dark challenger from the woods

Deleine – Deleine is an unpopular girl’s name.

Delena – Delena as a girl’s name is of American and Old French origin, and the meaning of Delena is ‘from the alder grove’. Delena is a variant of the Old French name Delaney.

Delene – Delene as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Delene is ‘from the alder grove’. Delene is a variant of the Old French name Delaney.

Delight – Delight as a girl’s name is of English origin meaning ‘gives pleasure’.

Deline – Short form of French Adeline, meaning ‘noble.’

Delit – Gives pleasure

Delmare – Of the sea

Delphine – 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.

Demee – Demee as a girl’s name is a variant of Demi (French, English), and the meaning of Demee is ‘half’.

Demi Lee – Demi is a form of the italian name Demetria, meaning ‘half’ and ‘follower of Demeter’. Lee is a popular unisex name, meaning ‘meadow’ and ‘Cyneburga’s land’.

Demi-Lee – Demi is derived from the French meaning ‘half’ and Lee is of Old English origin meaning ‘meadow’, this first name was adopted by English speakers a century ago.

Demi-Lou – Demi is of French origin meaning ‘half’ predominantly used in the English language whilst Lou is derived form Breton meaning ‘light’.

Demi – Demi as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘half’.

Demia – Demia as a girl’s name is a variant of Demi (French, English), and the meaning of Demia is ‘half’.

Demiana – Demiana as a girl’s name is a variant of Demi (French, English), and the meaning of Demiana is ‘half’.

Demie – Demie as a girl’s name is a variant of Demi (French, English), and the meaning of Demie is ‘half’.

Deneigh – Deneigh as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Deneigh is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denese – Denese as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denese is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Deney – Deney as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Deney is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Deni – Deni as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Deni is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denice

Denice – Denice as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denice is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Deniece – Deniece as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Deniece is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denim – Cotton

Denisa – Denisa as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denisa is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denise – Derivative of the Greek name Dionysus (the god of wine and revelry), also feminine form of Denis

Denise – Denise as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘follower of Dionysius’. It is the feminine form of Dennis.

Denisha – A stable and fun loving person

Denissa – Denissa as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denissa is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denisse

Denisse – Denisse as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denisse is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denize – Denize as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denize is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Dennette – Dennette as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Dennette is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denni – Denni as a girl’s name is a variant of Dena (Old English) and Denise (French), and the meaning of Denni is ‘valley, follower of Dionysius’.

Dennise

Dennise – Dennise as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Dennise is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denver

Denyce – Denyce as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denyce is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denys – Denys as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Denys), is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denys is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Denyse – Denyse as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Denyse is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Deor – A beloved baby, golden one

Derrill – Derrill is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘open’ or ‘from Airelle’ that is a variant of the Old English and Old French name Darrel.

Des – Destiny

Desarae – Desarae as a girl’s name is related to the French name Desiree. The meaning of Desarae is ‘much desired’.

Desaree – Desired or longed for

Desi – Destiny

Desideria – Desideria as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘much desired’.

Desirae

Desirae – Desirae as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘much desired’.

Desirat – Desired or longed for

Desire

Desire – Derived from the vocabulary meaning ‘desire’ refering to a sense of longing .

Desiree – The one desired

Desiree – Desiree as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘much desired’. The Puritans used Desire as a given name. It is often spelled phonetically to ensure the French pronunciation.

Desiri – Desiri as a girl’s name is a variant of Desiree (French), and the meaning of Desiri is ‘much desired’.

Destanee – Destanee as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destanee is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destina – Destina as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destina is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destine

Destine – Destine as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destine is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destinee

Destinee – Destinee as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destinee is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destiney – Destiney as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destiney is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destini – Destini as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destini is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destinie – Destinie as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destinie is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Destiny

Destiny – If your daughter feels like fate, consider calling her Destiny. From the French word “destine” and a derivative of the Latin “destinare” (“to determine”), Destiny began its life as a first name in the last half of the 20th century. It’s got musical connections: Destiny is the real name of Miley Cyrus (born in 1992) and the first name of Nas’ daughter (born in 1994). When the girl group Destiny’s Child was a top act, from 1997 to 2006, the name hit its peak in popularity.

Destyni – Destyni as a girl’s name is a variant of Destiny (Old French), and the meaning of Destyni is ‘one’s certain fortune, fate’.

Devan – Poet

Devana – From Devonshire

Devanna – From Devonshire

Devin – Poet

Devine – Divine

Devona – From Devonshire

Devondra – From Devonshire

Devonna – From Devonshire

Devonne – From Devonshire

Devyn – Divine

Devynn – Poet

Dezirae – This alternate spelling of ‘Desiree’ means one who is desired or longed for.

Deziree – The one desired, variant of Desiree

Deziree – Desired or longed for

Di

Di – Divine

Diahann – Diana, a divine woman

Diahna – Divine

Diamanta – One who shines and is strong as Diamond

Diamante – Diamond

Dian – Divine

Diana – Divine

Diandra – Goddess of hunting and childbirth

Diane – Divine

Diane – The name Diane is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘divine’.

Diann – A burning candle, Lord of wine

Dianna – Goddess of swiftness and beauty

Diannah – Divine

Dianne – Divine

Dianne – Variant spelling of French Diane, meaning ‘divine, heavenly.’

Didiane – Didiane as a girl’s name is of French origin. It is the feminine form of Didier meaning ‘desired’.

Didina – One who is desire and loved by all

Diella – Diella as a girl’s name is a variant of Dielle (French), and the meaning of Diella is ‘God’.

Dielle – Dielle as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘God’.

Dieudonnee – Feminine form of French Dieudonne, meaning ‘God-given.’

Dimanche – The name Dimanche is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Sunday’.

Dinnie – Dinnie as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Dinnie is ‘follower of Dionysius’. Is related to the name Denise.

Dinny – Dinny as a girl’s name is a variant of Denise (French), and the meaning of Dinny is ‘follower of Dionysius’.

Dione – Feminine form of French Dion, a name derived from Latin Dio (‘Zeus’ or ‘god’), a short form of longer names of Greek origin beginning with Dio-. Compare with another form of Dione.

Dionne – Variant spelling of French Dione, a short form of longer names of Greek origin beginning with Dio-, meaning ‘god’ or ‘Zeus.’

Dionysus – One who is golden in color

Dior

Dior – Dior as a girl’s name is of French origin. Dior is related to the surname D’Or meaning ‘golden’.

Dixee – Dixee as a girl’s name is a variant of Dixie (French, English), and the meaning of Dixee is ‘tenth’.

Dixie – Dixie as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘tenth’. The name refers to a region of the US known as the Old South. It may derive from one of the surveyors of the Mason-Dixon line, or from the ‘ten’ (in Cajun French ‘dix’) dollar note circulated from Louisiana, which made the South the ‘land of dixies’.

Do – A person who is independent,confident and has qualities like a leader.

Domenique – It means someone who is unique and special

Dominika – Of the Lord

Dominique

Dominique – French unisex form of Latin Dominicus, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Dominque – Dominque is a somewhat popular girl’s name.

Domitilla – The name Domitilla is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin.

Domitille – The name Domitille is a girl’s name of French origin.

Domonique – Domonique is a somewhat popular girl’s name.

Donatienne – Feminine form of French Donatien, meaning ‘given (by God).’

Doraine – A person who is loved by all

Dore – Variation of Doran origin meaning stranger, exile’, ‘gift of Isis’.

Doreen – A beautiful yet moody person

Dorene – Stady worker, blonde person

Doriane – French feminine form of English Dorian, meaning ‘of the Dorian tribe.’

Dorine – A determined individual who shows compassion towards all

Dorothee – French form of Latin Dorothea, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Dorsea – Dorsea as a girl’s name is a variant of Dorsey.

Dorsey – Dorsey as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Dorsey). Probably from the French d’Orsay, meaning ‘from Orsay’.

Dory – Dory as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘gilded’.

Dotty – A person who has a gentle and sweet personality

Douce – The name Douce is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘gentle, sweet’.

Drienne – One who is from Hadria, intellectual

Dulcet – French variation of Dulcie, origin meaning sweet’.

Dulcette – French variation of Dulcie, origin meaning sweet’.

Durelle – Durelle is an unpopular girl’s name.

Dyana

Dyana – They are the one who are divine and majestic

Dyann – Roman divinity, divine being

Dyanna – Divine beauty known for swiftness

Dylane – A variant of the name Delany, originally a surname meaning ‘from the alder grove’.

Désirée – Desired

D’Arcy

French girl names starting with E

Ealish – Noble

Edelie – Having high priciples and qualities

Edith – French form of English Edith, meaning ‘rich battle.’

Edmee – Prosperous protector

Edonia – Of high standards, Wealthy ruler

Edwige – The name Edwige is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘war’.

Eevette – Eevette as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Eglantina – Wild rose

Eglantine – The name Eglantine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Eglentina – Wild rose, Botanical name of flower

Eileen – Derived from the Old French aveline meaning ‘hazelnut’ and avis meaning ‘bird’.

Eilleen – Bright and shining light

Eivet – A large creek or a river

Ekisa – One who is consecrated to God

El – Derived from Eleanor

Elaina

Elaina – The name Elaina is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘bright, shining light’.

Elaine – Shining light, Old French variant of Helen. In Arthurian Legend, Elaine was a young maiden who was in love with Lancelot. She was also the sister of Sir Percival and mother of Sir Galahad.

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.

Elanie – Light, moon

Elayna – One who is the shining bright light

Elayne – The ray of light entering heart

Eleanor – Light

Eleanora – Light which is shining and bright

Eleanore – The name Eleanore is a girl’s name of French origin.

Elena – Greek name Helen, bright one

Elenora

Eleonora – The other Aenor

Eleonore

Eleonore – Variant form of French Provencal Alienor, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Eleta – Chosen

Eliana – Light, moon

Eliane – The name Eliane is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Greek, Latin origin meaning ‘sun’.

Elicia

Elicia – One who speak and narrate ideas very well

Elienor – Light

Elilen – A hazelnut, they are compassionate

Elinor – From Old Provencal origin meaning ‘bright one, shining one’ it is predominantly used in English and is a derivation of Eleanor.

Elinore – French variation of Eleanor.

Elisa

Elisa – One who is consecrated to god

Elisabelle – One who takes God as Oath, helpful

Elisabeth

Elisabeth – French form of Greek Elisabet, meaning ‘God is my oath.’

Elisamarie – God is my oath

Elise – Consecrated to God

Elise – A French variation of Elizabeth, it is derived from the Hebrew Elisheva, which means ‘God is perfection’ or ‘God is my oath’. Beethoven wrote a symphony called ‘Fur Elise’.

Elisha – God is my salvation

Elishia – God is my oath

Elisia – A friendly, loving and stable person

Elita – special one

Eliza – God is my oath

Elize – French variation of Lisa, origin meaning pledged to God’, ‘pledged to God’, ‘pledged to God’.

Ella-May – May is related to the name of the month and Ella means ‘little cinders’.

Ella-Rose – Combination of Ella and Rose meaning ‘little cinders’ or ‘bright one’ and ‘horse’ or ‘fame’.

Ella – Meaning ‘little cinders’ (French), ‘true to all’, ‘truly foreign’, ‘truly lively’ (Gothic), ‘bright one’ and ‘shining one’ (Old Greek).

Ellaine – Light

Ellayne – Light

Elle – The name Elle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘she’.

Ellenor – A popular alternative spelling of the name Eleanor, meaning ‘bright one’, ‘shining one’

Elliana – Light, moon

Elliette – Female version of Elliot, listener of God.

Ellinor

Ellinor – One who is filled with bright daylight

Ellois – One who is famous in war

Elloise – One who is famous in a war

Elodie – The name Elodie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘foreign riches’.

Eloisa – Another form of Louise, healthy and wide individual

Eloise – Renowned in battle, French variant of Louise (see also Heloise)

Eloise – The name Eloise is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘healthy, wide’.

Eloisee – Famous in war

Elora – Variant of Eleanor, of a mysterious nature, mystical and secretive.

Elsa – God who provides satisfaction, truth

Elvera – Italian variation of Elvira, origin meaning white, fair’.

Elvire – French form of Visigothic Aliwera, meaning ‘foreign true.’

Elyn – this name means foreign or sun rays.

Elyse – this name means someone who is pledged to god.

Em – Green gemstone

Ema – Variant of Emma, meaning whole thing, worldly.’

Emanuela – the literal meaning of this name is god be with us.

Ember

Emele – it means someone who is industrious or can be admired.

Emeline – Hardworking. Variant of Emily.

Emeline – Feminine form of French Emile, meaning ‘rival.’ Compare with another form of Emeline.

Emerald – A Bright Green Gem

Emeraude – The name Emeraude is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Emerald’.

Emilie – The name Emilie is a girl’s name of French origin.

Emilly – dilligent and hard working.

Emily – a name that often signifies a hardwroking, dilligent and an industrious person.

Emma – Old Norman French name of Germanic origin, derived from the element ermen/irmen, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Emmaleah – a powerful and strengthful person.

Emmaline – Little Rival

Emmaline – hardwoking and striving for excellence that is universal or complete.

Emmalyn – Rival

Emmalyn – Industrious

Emmanuelle – The name Emmanuelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘God is with us’.

Emmeline

Emmeline – The name Emmeline is a girl’s name of German, French, English origin meaning ‘work’.

Emmet – Diminutive form of Norman French Emma, meaning ‘entire, whole.’ Compare with masculine Emmet.

Emmie – Pet form of Norman French Emma, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Emmlyn – someone who works really hard.

Emmy – Rival

Emmy – Variant spelling of Norman French Emmie, meaning ‘entire, whole.’

Engeleisia – kind like an angel.

Enide – French form of Welsh Enid, meaning ‘soul.’

Enjoli – extremely pretty

Enora – this name means honour.

Eponine – The name Eponine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Erembourc – a French mythological character who rides shadows.

Ermentrude – The name Ermentrude is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘universal strength’.

Ermine – Ermine as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘weasel’. It is a name with royal connotations, as the fur of the ermine weasel, which turns white in winter, is used for robes of royalty.

Erminne – Erminne as a girl’s name is related to the Old French name Ermine. The meaning of Erminne is ‘weasel’.

Ermyne – a French word meaning weasel or an Armenian mouse.

Esma – Derived from Old French origins, Esma is a variation of the English and French Esmee and means ‘esteemed, loved’.

Esmae – Esmae as a girl’s name is related to the French name Esmee. The meaning of Esmae is ‘esteemed’.

Esmai – Loved

Esmay – Esmay as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the French name Esmee. The meaning of Esmay is ‘esteemed’.

Esme – The name Esme is a girl’s name of French, Persian origin meaning ‘esteemed, beloved, emerald’.

Esmee – Esteemed

Esmee – Feminine form of French unisex Esme, meaning ‘esteemed, loved.’

Esmeraude – Emerald

Esmerie – a French word meaning emerald.

Esmew – Esmee, sometimes spelled Esme, is a French name that means ‘esteemed’ or ‘loved.’

Esmie – Derived from Old French origin meaning ‘esteemed, loved’, it is a variant spelling of the English and French Esmee.

Esmira – a French word meaning loved.

Esmé – Loved

Esmée – Loved

Esperanza – Hope

Essie – a Latin word meaning star.

Estee – Star, variant of Estelle

Estee – Variation of Estelle origin meaning star’, ‘star’.

Estel – a French word meaning stars in the sky which are bright.

Estell – it is a French word which means bright sparkling stars.

Estelle – Star

Estelle – The name Estelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘star’.

Etienette – French variation of Stephanie, origin meaning garland, crown’.

Etiennette – French feminized form of the word Stephen meaning crown.

Etoile – Variation of Asta origin meaning divine strength’.

Etty – a Persian name meaning star.

Eugenia – Well born or noble

Eugenie – The name Eugenie is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning ‘wellborn’.

Eulalie – The name Eulalie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sweetly speaking’.

Euphemie – French form of Latin Euphemia, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Euphrasie – French word meaning good cheer.

Eustacia – Feminine form of French Eustache, meaning ‘fruitful.’ Compare with another form of Eustacia.

Eva – life or living one.

Evaine – French variation of Eve, origin meaning life’.

Evaleen – a form of life.

Evalynn – Variant of Evelyn, zest for life, a romantic at heart.

Evangelica – gospel or good news or tidings.

Eveleen – life or living or lively or hazelnut.

Eveline – Later French form of Norman French Aveline, meaning ‘little Eve.’ Compare with another form of Eveline.

Evelyn-Rose – Evelyn has the French meaning of ‘hazlenut’ or ‘juniper tree’. It is also taken from the word ‘avis’ which means ‘bird’. Rose has several meaings including ‘horse’, ‘fame’ and ‘rose’, after the flower.

Evelyn – Once used for both boys and girls, now mostly girls, Evelyn speaks of old-world grandeur. Over the years, namesakes have evolved from male novelist Evelyn Waugh to infamous chorus girl and artists’ model Evelyn Nesbit, disco singer Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, Olympic gold medalist and sprinter Evelyn Ashford and Basketball Wives’s Evelyn Lozada. Even fictional Evelyns overachieve as proved by Evelyn Mulwray, the femme fatale in 1974 noir film Chinatown (played by Faye Dunaway). In the video game League of Legends, Evelynn the Widowmaker is a top-notch assassin.

Evelyne

Evette – Evette as a girl’s name is of Hebrew origin meaning ‘living one’.

Evian – A French word for a Spa

Evolet – Evolet was the name of a character in the movie ‘10,000 B.C.’, some believe it means the vow of life.

Evon

Evon – Evon as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Evon) is of French origin, and the meaning of Evon is ‘yew’. Evon is a variant of the French name Evonne.

Evonna

Evonna – Evonna as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Evonne

Evonne – The name Evonne is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning yew wood’.

Evony

Evony – Evony as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Eyvetta – Eyvetta as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Eyvette – Eyvette as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Eyvonne – Eyvonne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Ezme – She who is loved

French girl names starting with F

Fabianne – A weoman who grows beans

Fabienne – Bean grower, feminine variant of Fabian, from the Roman family name Fabius

Fabienne – The name Fabienne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘bean grower’.

Fabiola – The name Fabiola is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning bean grower’.

Fae – Fairy, confident, loyal

Fae – Fae as a girl’s name is of Middle English/Old French origin meaning ‘loyalty, belief’.

Faina – Faina as a girl’s name is a variant of Fawn (Old French), and the meaning of Faina is ‘young deer’. Other similar baby names are Daina, Faida, and Zaina.

Fanchon – The name Fanchon is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘from France, free man’.

Fanchone – Free

Fancy – A free woman

Fanetta – Free

Fanette – Free

Fannia – Diminutive of frances

Fantina – One who acts like a child

Fantine – French name of the mother of Cosette in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables, probably derived from the French word enfant (‘child’), hence ‘childlike.’

Fatoumata – A woman who abstains

Faun – Faun as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fauna

Fauna – A fawn, a young deer

Faunia – Faunia is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Faustine – French feminine form of Roman Latin Faustinus, meaning ‘lucky.’

Fauve – One wild like a wild lands

Favor – Approval

Fawn – Fawn as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fawna – Fawna as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fawne – Fawne as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fawnia – Fawnia is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fawnya – Fawnya as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘young deer’.

Fay – Fay as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘fairy’.

Fayanna – Fayannais used as a girl’s name.

Faye – Faye can be used as a girl’s name and as a boy’s name and is of Middle English/Old French origin meaning ‘loyalty, belief’.

Fayet – Little fairy

Fayetta – Fayetta is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘little fairy’.

Fayette – A pettite, little fairy woman

Fayme – Held in high esteem, famous

Fayme – held in high esteem

Fealty – Faithful

Felecia – Fortunate or happy

Felice – French form of Latin Felicia, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’ Compare with masculine Felice.

Felicia

Felicia – Fortunate or happy

Felicie – Feminine form of French unisex Felicite, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felicienne

Felicienne – French variation of Felicity, origin meaning good fortune, happy’.

Felicite – French unisex form of Latin Felix, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felicity – A woman with good luck and fortune

Felipan – French variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Femma – She is the peace

Ferdinanda – A woman on a brave journey

Fernande – Feminine form of French Fernand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Fey – Fey is used as a girl’s name is of Old French origin.

Fifi

Fifi – Fifi as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a diminutive form of Josephine meaning ‘Jehovah increases’.

Fifine – God will add

Filia – Spanish variation of Ophelia, origin meaning help’, ‘lover of horses’.

Filicia – Good fortune and happiness

Filippa – French variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Firoza – Turquoise, a semi-precious stone

Firoze – An undefeatable person, Also means thegem Turquoise

Fitzadam – Literally means ‘the son of Adam’

Fizan – A flurry of wind or breeze, Can also mean eminence and popularity

Flann – Represents the color ruddy, a healthy shade of red

Flaviana – French variation of Flavia, origin meaning golden, blond’.

Flavie – The name Flavie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘golden, blond’.

Flaviere – French variation of Flavia, origin meaning golden, blond’.

Flavyere – French variation of Flavia, origin meaning golden, blond’.

Flerida – A cheerful and high-spirited woman

Fleur – Flower

Fleur – French form of Roman Latin Flora, meaning ‘flower.’ The English word ‘Flower’ is also occasionally used as a personal name.

Fleuretta – Variant spelling of French Fleurette, meaning ‘little flower.’

Fleurette – Little flower

Fleurette – Diminutive form of French Fleur (‘flower’), meaning ‘little flower.’

Fleurine – Fleurine as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘flower’.

Flo – Short form of English/French Florence ‘blossoming’ and Latin Flora ‘flower.’

Flore – French variation of Flora, origin meaning flower’.

Florence – English and French feminine form of Latin Florentius, meaning ‘blossoming.’ Compare with masculine Florence.

Floressa – Blooming or flowering

Floretta – Made of ‘Flora’, it represents a flower

Flori

Flori – It means ‘to flower or to blossom’

Floria – A variant of Latin ‘Florence’ which refers to ‘flowering’

Floriana – A variation of ‘Florence’ which symbolizes ‘blossoming’

Floriane – The stage of blooming and comes from the Latin word ‘Florence’

Floriano – Italian variation of the name ‘Florian’ meaning ‘to flower or blossom’

Florida – Essentially means a bloom or a flower, flowering Easter

Florinda – Blooming or flowering

Florine – A variation of Latin name ‘Flora’, this also symbolises ‘blossoms’

Florrie – Flower

Flower – Flower as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘blossom’.

Flur – Essentially, it means a flower or a bloom

Fontaine – Fontaine as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Fontaine), is pronounced fahn-TAYN. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Fontaine is ‘fountain, water source’.

Fontanne – Fontanne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘fountain spring’.

Fountain – Literally translates to a fountain or spring, derived from French word ‘Fontane’ or Latin ‘Fontana’

France – The name France is a girl’s name of French origin.

Francena – Free or from France

Francene – Free or from France

Francette – Pet form of French Francoise, meaning ‘French.’

Francille – Free or from France

Francina – Free or from France

Francine – From France, free one

Francine – The name Francine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘from France or free man’.

Francoise

Francoise – Feminine word for ‘Francois’, it refers to a woman who has French roots

Franette – French variation of Frances, origin meaning from France or free man’.

Frederique – Feminine form of French Frederic, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Frostine – The name Frostine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘freezing’.

French girl names starting with G

Gabbie – A nice girl of God

Gabie – A woman of God

Gabriel – God is my strength

Gabriell – Heroine of God

Gabrielle

Gabrielle – French feminine form of Latin Gabrielus, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabrijela – A variant of Gabrielle, meaning Woman of God.

Gaby – From the name gabrielle

Gae – Gae is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘glad’.

Gaelle – Possibly a contracted form of French Gwenaelle, meaning ‘holy and generous.’

Gaetana – From Gaete

Gaetane – Feminine form of French Gaetan, meaning ‘from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy).’

Gai – Gai is a girl’s name meaning ‘glad, lighthearted’ that comes from the Old French name Gay.

Gala – Gala as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘merrymaking or festivity’.

Galatee – White

Galla – One coming from Gaul.

Gallia – Singer

Garance – Angrier or irater.

Garcelle – Tomboy, probably derived from the French word garçon, meaning boy

Garcelle – Resembles a small spear or tiny spear.

Garlan – Garland of flowers

Garland – Garland as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Garland), is pronounced GAR-land. It is of Old English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Garland is ‘land of the spear, wreath, prize’.

Garlande – Garlande as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Garlande is ‘garland or wreath’.

Garldina – Garldina as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Garldina is ‘garland or wreath’.

Garlen – Refers to bunch of flowers.

Garnet – A person who makes door hinges

Gay – Gay as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘glad or lighthearted’. Gay was also a surname in the Middle Ages.

Gaye – Gaye is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘glad’.

Geana – God is most merciful and kindful.

Geegee – GeeGee as a girl’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of GeeGee is ‘pledge or hostage’.

Gemma – Jewel

Gemma – Jewel, Precious Stone, Gem

Genavieve – Genavieve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Genavieve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Gencelina – A queen from the heaven

Genette – The God is kindful.

Geneva – The name Geneva is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘juniper tree’.

Geneve – Geneve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Geneve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Geneveeve – Geneveeve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Geneveeve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Genevia – Genevia as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Genevia is ‘juniper tree’.

Genevie – Genevie as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Genevie is ‘tribe or woman’.

Genevieve – White wave

Genevieve – The name Genevieve is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘tribe woman’.

Genevive – The population of female sex.

Geneviève – Tribe woman

Genevra – The person who is fair minded and charming.

Genevre – Genevre as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Genevre is ‘juniper tree’.

Genie

Genievre – Infammation of the snowy waves.

Genivee – Genivee as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Genivee is ‘tribe or woman’.

Genivieve – Genivieve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Genivieve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Genn – The one who is spiritually open minded.

Genny – The one who is pure, unpolluted, polite and fair.

Gennye – The virgin girl, pure

Genovefa – Genovefa as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Genovefa is ‘juniper tree’.

Genoveffa – Genoveffa as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Genoveffa is ‘juniper tree’.

Genovera – Genovera as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Genovera is ‘tribe or woman’.

Genoveva – Genoveva as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Genoveva is ‘juniper tree’.

Georete – A farmer who tills the soil

Georgette

Georgette – Feminine form of French Georges, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgienne – French variation of Georgia, origin meaning farmer’, ‘farmer’.

Georgine – Feminine form of French Georges, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgitte – Feminine form of George

Georgitte – Farmer

Geraldine – The name Geraldine is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘ruler with the spear’.

Gerardine – The name Gerardine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Germain – A male person who is a fellow member.

Germaine – Brotherly, derived from the Latin word germen, meaning a sprout or bud, feminine form of Germain

Germaine – Feminine form of French Germain, meaning ‘from Germany.’

Germana – A person who comes from the country Germany.

Gersende – The path or the right way

Gervaise – Person who is working for spear.

Ghislaine – The name Ghislaine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pledge’.

Gigi

Gigi – Gigi as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘earth worker or God is gracious’. It is a pet form of names like Georgina, Virginia, etc.

Gilaberte – Variant spelling of French Gileberte, meaning ‘pledge-bright.’

Gilberta – Gilberta is a female name that means Hostage. It is of French, Germanic and English origin.

Gilberte – Gilberte is a feminine version of the name Gilbert. It is of French origin and means Bright Pledge.

Gilbertine – Diminutive form of French Gilberte, meaning ‘pledge-bright.’

Gileberte – Feminine form of French Gilebert, meaning ‘pledge-bright.’

Ginebra – Ginebra as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Ginebra is ‘juniper tree’.

Ginette – Pet form of French Virginie ‘maiden, virgin,’ Georgine ‘earth-worker, farmer,’ and Regine ‘queen.’

Ginevre – Ginevre as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Ginevre is ‘juniper tree’.

Gisa – Pledge

Gisele – Variant spelling of Old French Giselle, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Gisella – Pledge

Gisella – Pledge

Giselle – Pledge

Giselle – French form of German Gisela, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Gislaine – Gislaine as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Gislaine is ‘pledge or hostage’.

Gisselle – Variant spelling of French Giselle, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Gitte – Gitte is a girl’s name and a variant of the name Gitta and the French name Brigitte.

Giulia – The meaning of the name Giulia is Youthful

Giverny – Giverny is a French name after the French Town Named Giverny

Gladyce – The name Gladyce means Sword.

Gladys – Gladys comes from a Latin word and means Sword

Godelieve – French feminine form of Old High German Gottlieb, meaning ‘god-love.’ In use by the Dutch.

Grainne – They have the ability to make the life stable, to handle people and to get the solutions of difficulties of life.

Graland – The one with kind and peaceful heart, ready to help and guide others and to create a peaceful atmosphere.

Grazielle – French variation of Grace.

Grece – It comes from the french word ‘gris’? which means grey, and was commonly used in medieval France and England. It has many variations, the most common are Grace or Gracey.

Griselle – Gray, gray-haired. Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio used the name for an exceptionally patient wife—thus the expression patience of Griselda.

Guilette

Guiliaine – This name means a pleasant. The person with this name will devote his life for a pleasant thing.

Guillaumette

Guillaumine

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.

Guinivere – Guinivere means fair, white. A girl with great beauty and white color.

Gwenaelle – Feminine form of French Gwenael, meaning ‘holy and generous.’

French girl names starting with H

Hadrienne – French feminine form of Latin Hadrian, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Halette – Little Hal

Hanna – God’s given gift to me (a child)

Hanrietta – Ruler of the household

Hanriette – Ruler of the household

Hariot – Home ruler

Hariott – Home ruler

Harmonie – Harmony

Harriet – The name Harriet is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘estate ruler’.

Harriett – Rules her household, feminine form of Harry (from Henry)

Harriett – Germanic – House owner, Lord of the manor, One rules her household, One rules the home, A variant spelling is Harriett

Harrietta – Ruler of the enclosure

Harriette – French variation of Henrietta, origin meaning estate ruler’, ‘estate ruler’.

Harriot – Home ruler

Harriott – Home ruler

Hedvige – Battle maiden

Hejsa – A Danish surname

Helain – Shining light, glowing, bright

Helaine – Variant of Helen, In mythology, the abduction of Zeus” mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War.

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.

Helene – Variant of Helen, In mythology, the abduction of Zeus” mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War.

Helene – The name Helene is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘bright, shining one’.

Helenor – Illumination, light

Helewise – Medieval French form of Teutonic Helewidis, meaning ‘hale-wide, very healthy and sound.’

Helo – Sun

Heloisa – A warrior, woman with a warrior spirit.

Heloise

Heloise – Modern form of medieval French Helewise, meaning ‘hale-wide, very healthy and sound.’

Helysoune – an Old French form of the Germanic name Alahsind

Hennie – Keeper of the hearth.

Henrietta – The name Henrietta is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘estate ruler’.

Henriette – Keeper of the hearth

Henriette – Feminine diminutive form of French Henri, meaning ‘little home-ruler.’

Heromin – Keeper of the fireplace

Hettie – Rules her household, from Henrietta

Hettie – Ruler of the enclosure

Hilaire – Joyful, glad, French form of Hilary

Hilaire – Form of HILARY – cheerful

Holly – Plant With Red Berries

Honore – French variation of Honor.

Honoree – Feminine form of French Honore, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Honorine – Pet form of French Honoree, meaning ‘honor, valor.’

Hortense – French form of Latin Hortensia, meaning ‘garden.’

Huette – Bright mind

Hugette – Bright mind

Hughette – bright in mind and spirit

Huguetta – Bright mind

Hyacinthe – Greek variation of Hyacinth, origin meaning blue larkspur, precious stone’, ‘hyacinth’.

French girl names starting with I

Ide – French variation of Ida, origin meaning industrious one’.

Idelle – French pet form of Norman Germanic Ida, meaning ‘work.’

Idette – French pet form of Norman Germanic Ida, meaning ‘work.’

Igerne – French form of Latin Igerna, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’

Igraine – Modern form of French Igerne, a form of Welsh Eigyr, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the wife of Uther Pendragon, the mother of Elaine, Morgan le Fay (Morgause), and King Arthur. While still married to Gorlois, her first husband, Uther falls in love with her and makes forceful advances. She tells Gorlois who takes her to Cornwall without asking the king’s leave, giving Uther an excuse to make war on Gorlois.

Ila – The name Ila is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘from the island’.

Ilanis – Ilanis as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Ilanis is ‘island’.

Ilanys – Ilanys as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Ilanys is ‘island’.

Inaya – Concern, Care

Indre – The name Indre is a girl’s name of French origin.

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

Iolanthe – The name Iolanthe is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘violet flower’.

Iosefina – Iosefina is the Bulgarian form of Josephine and means May Jehovah add.

Irene – French form of Latin Irene, meaning ‘peace.’

Irenee – Feminine form of French Irene, meaning ‘peaceful.’

Iris – Rainbow which originated from a flower’s name in Greek

Isabeau – The name Isabeau is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Isabella – God is perfection, or God is my oath

Isabelle – i

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.

Isaline – The name Isaline is a girl’s name of French origin.

Iseult – Medieval French form of English Isolde, meaning ‘ice battle.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name a tragic princess who was the mistress of Tristram.

Ismay – The name Ismay is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘esteemed, beloved’.

Isme – Isme as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the French name Esmee. The meaning of Isme is ‘esteemed’.

Iva – God is gracious

Ivet – Bulgarian form of Yvette, meaning archer.

Ivett – Ivett as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Ivetta – Ivetta as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Ivette – The name Ivette is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning yew tree’.

Ivon – Ivon as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Ivon) is of French origin, and the meaning of Ivon is ‘yew’. Ivon is a variant of the French name Ivonne.

Ivone – Yew

Ivonna – Ivonna as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Ivonne – Variant of Yvonne

Ivonne – The name Ivonne is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning yew wood’.

Ivy – From the old English for an evergreen, climbing shrub. Means fidelity and eternity.

French girl names starting with J

Jacalin – Jacalin as a girl’s name is of Frech origin.

Jacalyn

Jacalyn – Jacalyn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacalynn – Jacalynn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacelyn – One who will be protected by God

Jacelynn – Yahweh may portect her

Jacintha – She who smells like a hyacinth flower

Jacinthe – French form of Latin Jacinthus, meaning ‘hyacinth flower.’

Jackalin – Jackalin as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jackalinne – Jackalinne as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jackeline – This variation of the name ‘Jacqueline’ is a nickname meaning little Jacquie. It also means a replacement or a substitute.

Jackelyn – Jackelyn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacketta – Jacketta as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jackette – Jackette as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacki – Jacki as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jackie – form of JACQUELINE, feminine of Jacques, French form of Jacob: one who supplants

Jacklin – Jacklin as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacklyn – Variant of Jacqueline, related to flowers and natural beauty.

Jacklynne – Jacklynne as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jackquelin – May God protect her

Jackqueline – Jackqueline as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jaclin – Jaclin as a girl’s name is related to the French name Jacqueline.

Jaclyn – Variant of Jacqueline, which means saved, or protected.

Jacolyn – Jacolyn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacqi – Jacqi as a girl’s name is of Spanish origin.

Jacqlyn – Jacqlyn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacqualine

Jacqualine – Jacqualine as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacqualyn – Jacqualynas a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquel – Jacquel as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelean – Jacquelean as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacqueleen – Jacqueleen as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelin – Jacquelin as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelina – Jacquelina as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacqueline – Supplanter

Jacqueline – People named Jacqueline are often called Jackie. But if you name your girl Jacqueline, think about keeping her name, which has abundant French flair, intact. A feminine form of Jacques/Jacob, the Hebrew name means ‘he who supplants,’ Jacqueline has charm and elegance, two traits associated with its most famous namesake, Jacqueline Kennedy, the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. Although not as fashionable as it was in the early 1960s, it’s still tres chic today.

Jacquella – Jacquella as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelle – Jacquelle as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelyn – Supplanter

Jacquelyn – Jacquelyn means someone who takes the place of someone else, usually on purpose. Jacklyn & Jaclyn are variant forms.

Jacquelyne

Jacquelyne – Jacquelyne as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelynn – Jacquelynn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquelynne – Jacquelynne as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquenetta – Jacquenetta as a girl’s name is related to the French name Jacqueline.

Jacquenette – Jacquenette as a girl’s name is related to the French name Jacqueline.

Jacquetta – Jacquetta as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquette – Pet form of French Jacqueline, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacqui – Pet form of French Jacqueline, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jacquie – French variation of Jacqueline, origin meaning supplanter’.

Jacquilyn – She who takes the place of another

Jacquine – Jacquine as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jacquline – A girl who takes other’s place

Jacqulyn – A young woman who takes the place of another

Jaculine – Jaculine as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jade – Hebrew – Thankful, Jade is Green Gemstone, A pet form of name Jadon

Jadie – Derived from the element jadite a gemstone of light green or blue color.

Jaida – Derived from the element jadite a gemstone of light green or blue colour. Or deriving from the root name Jade, which is also the name of a precious stone which is said to have powerful healing properties.

Jaimie – I love

Jakleen – Jakleen as a girl’s name is of American and French origin.

Jaklena – To seaize by the heel

Jaklyn – Jaklyn as a girl’s name is of American and French origin.

Jamarie – Warrior

Janae – God Is Gracious, French form of Jehanne, A variant name of Jean

Jane – God Is Gracious, French form of Jehanne, A variant name of Jean

Janelly – Form of Janelle and a variant of Jane, meaning God is good.

Janely – A form of ‘Janelle,’ this name is derived from the name ‘Jane,’ which means God is gracious.

Janet – God Is Gracious, French form of Jehanne, A variant name of Jean

Janeva – Jineva as a girl’s name is of Old French and French origin, and the meaning of Jineva is ‘juniper tree’. Jineva is a variant of the Old French name Geneva and French name Genevieve.

Janevra – Janevra as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Janevra is ‘juniper tree’.

Janice – A variant form of Jane, from Old French origin. This is the feminine form of John , meaning ‘god is gracious’.

Janine – The name Janine is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Jannine – God Is Gracious, French form of Jehanne, A variant name of Jean

Janvier

Jaquelin – Jaquelin as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jaqueline – Independent, take-charge attitude, with leadership qualities.

Jaquelyn – Jaquelyn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jaquelynn – Jaquelynn as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jaquita – A supplanter

Jaquith – Jaquith as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jarrell

Jaslyn – A plant name, Jasmin

Jasmeen

Jasmeen – Fragrant flower

Jasmin

Jasmin – A name of the flower

Jasmyn – A name of the flower

Jasmyne – Fragrant flower

Jazmine – Fragrant flower

Jazzlynn – Variant of Jasmine, winding path, climbing, and fragrant.

Jazzmine – Fragrant flower

Jazzmyn – A flower name from the older form Jessamine

Jazzmyn – Fragrant flower

Jean – God is gracious

Jeana – Variant of John

Jeana – God is gracious

Jeane – God is gracious

Jeanee – God is gracious

Jeanetta – Jeanetta as a girl’s name is of English origin.

Jeanette

Jeanette – Jeanette as a girl’s name is of Scottish origin and a feminine form of John meaning ‘ God is gracious’.

Jeanice – God is gracious

Jeanie – Variant of John

Jeanie – God is gracious

Jeanina – Diminutive form of Jane or Jeanne

Jeanina – God is gracious

Jeanine – God is gracious

Jeanna – Variant of John

Jeanna – God is gracious

Jeanne – Gift from God, variant of John, Jean, or Jane

Jeanne – Modern form of Anglo-Norman French Jehane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeannette – Diminutive form of Jeanne

Jeannette – Variant spelling of French Jeanette, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeannie – God is gracious

Jeannine – Pet form of French Jeanne, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jeena – Variant of John

Jeena – God is gracious

Jehane – Feminine form of Anglo-Norman French Jehan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jehanne – Variant spelling of Anglo-Norman French Jehane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jenava – Of the woman race

Jenavieve – Jenavieve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jenavieve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Jenay – name of a plant

Jenesse – A gentle or a soft lady

Jenette

Jenette – God is gracious

Jeneva – Jeneva as a girl’s name is of Old French and French origin, and the meaning of Jeneva is ‘juniper tree’. Jeneva is a variant of the Old French name Geneva and French name Genevieve.

Jenevieve – Jenevieve as a girl’s name is of French origin and a phonetic variant of Genevieve meaning ‘of the race of women’.

Jenina – Diminutive form of Jane or Jeanne.

Jenina – God is gracious

Jenine – God is gracious

Jennavieve – Jennavieve as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jennavieve is ‘tribe or woman’.

Jenneva – Jenneva as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jennine – Diminutive form of Jane or Jeanne.

Jennine – God is gracious

Jenovefa – Jenovefa as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Jenovefa is ‘juniper tree’.

Jeslyn – Full of grace and loveliness, well-off.

Jessamina – Fragrant flower

Jessamine – Jasmine flower known for its sweet fragrance

Jessamine – Fragrant flower

Jessamond – Middle French form of Latin Jessamine, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Jessamyn – A flower name from the older form Jessamine.

Jessamyn – Fragrant flower

Jessicaamy – A beloved person beholden by God

Jeune – The name Jeune is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘young’.

Jeunesse – French name meaning ‘youth.’

Jewel – Jewel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘plaything or delight’. It literally means a precious gem.

Jewelene – Jewelene as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewelene is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jewelisa – Jewelisa as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewelisa is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jewell – Jewell as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewell is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jewella – Jewella as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewella is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jewelle – Jewelle as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewelle is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jewelyn – Jewelyn as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jewelyn is ‘plaything, delight’.

Jineen – God is gracious

Jineeva – Jineeva as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Jineeva is ‘juniper tree’.

Jineva – Jineva as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Jineva is ‘juniper tree’. Jineva is a variant of the Old French name Geneva.

Jo-Dell – Jo-Dell as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Joanna – Gift from God, variant of Joan, a feminine form of John

Joanna – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, God has shown mercy, A variant form of Jane

Joanne – The name Joanne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jocelina – Joyous

Joceline – Joyous

Jocelyn – Originally a boys” name, derived from the Germanic name Gautelen

Jocelyn – Jocelyn is a medieval name meaning ‘little Goths’ or ‘lord’.

Jocelyne – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Jocelyne – Joyous

Jocelynn – Joyous

Jodell – Jodell as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jodelle – Jodelle as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a surname used as a given name.

Joela – Joela as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joela is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joelene – God is merciful and linient in french meaning is pretty, beauty.

Joelin – Joelin as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joelin is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joeliyn – God is willing

Joell – God is willing

Joella – Joella as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joella is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joelle

Joelle – Joelle as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘Jehovah is God’. It is a feminine form of Joel.

Joellen – Joellen as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joellen is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joelliane – Joelliane as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joelliane is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joellin – Joellin as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joellin is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joelly – Joelly as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joelly is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joellyn – Joellyn as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joellyn is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joely – Joely as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joely is ‘Jehovah is God, pretty’.

Joelynn – Joelynn as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joelynn is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joetta – Joetta as a girl’s name is of American and French origin, and the meaning of Joetta is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Johanne – Old French feminine form of Latin Johannes, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Johanne.

Joi – Joi name means Rejoicing

Joia – Rejoicing

Joie – Joy

Joie – The name Joie is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning joy’.

Jolee – Variant of Jolie, as in actress Angelina Jolie. The name means attractive, beautiful.

Joleigh – creative and adventuorous type of persons. They easily get bore and love changes. They are staright forward and easily make their life decisions.

Jolena – it means God will increase and well established. People with this name are cheerful and flexible in nature. They easily adopt changes in life and never regret their decisions.

Jolene – Pet form of French Jolie, meaning ‘pretty.’

Joley – Joley as a girl’s name has French origins, and the meaning of Joley is ‘pretty or beautiful’. Is related to the French name Jolie.

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 – Beautiful

Jolie – Of French origin, meaning ‘pretty’ derived from the French word ‘jolie’ and is a popular alternative to Julie or Julia.

Joliet – Joliet as a girl’s name is a variant of Jolie, which has French origins, and the meaning of Joliet is ‘pretty or beautiful’. Is realted to the French name Jolie.

Jolietta – Jolietta as a girl’s name has French origins, and the meaning of Jolietta is ‘pretty’. Is related to the French name Jolie.

Joliette – Joliette as a girl’s name has French origins, and the meaning of Joliette is ‘pretty or beautiful’. Is related to the French name Jolie.

Joly – Joly as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Joly is ‘pretty’.

Jonatha – they are very moody and have best skills of communication. They easily encourage and motivate others with their speaking skills.

Jonetta – it means rejoicing and to enjoy. People are a bit unselfish but easily forgive others. However nice and poses the spark personality.

Joneva – Joneva as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Joneva is ‘juniper tree’. Joneva is a variant of the Old French name Geneva.

Jonevah – Jonevah as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Jonevah is ‘juniper tree’.

Jonnelle – to rejoice or rejoicing. People with this name spend their lives very great and have alive spirit. They do enchant you well and keep their amibitions really high.

Jonquille – French variation of Jonquil, origin meaning reed’.

Jooley – Jooley as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Jooley is ‘youthful, love’s child’. Is related to the name Julie.

Joolie – Joolie as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Jordane – French variation of Jordan, origin meaning flowing down’.

Josalyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Josalyn – Joyous

Josalynn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Josalynn – Joyous

Joscelyn – Joyous

Josee – French feminine form of Latin Josephus, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Joselyne – Cheerful, Little Goths, Lord, A variant form of Jocelyn

Josepha – God will add

Josephe – French variation of Josepha, origin meaning Jehovah increases’, ‘Jehovah increases’.

Josephina

Josephina – God will add

Josephine

Josephine – The name Josephine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Jehovah increases’.

Josette

Josette – The name Josette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Jehovah increases’.

Josiane – French variation of Josepha, origin meaning Jehovah increases’, ‘Jehovah increases’.

Josilyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Josilyn – Joyous

Joslin – Joyous

Joslyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Joslyn – Joyous

Jourdaine – French variation of Jordan, origin meaning flowing down’.

Jowella – Jowella as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jowella is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Jowelle – Jowelle as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Jowelle is ‘Jehovah is God’.

Joy

Joy – Rejoicing

Joya – Rejoicing

Joyann – Rejoicing

Joyanna – it means rejoicing and to enjoy. People are a bit unselfish but easily forgive others. However nice and poses the spark personality.

Joyanne – Rejoicing

Joycelin – Cheerful, Little Goths, Lord, A variant form of Jocelyn

Joye – Joy

Joyelle – Rejoicing

Joyelle – to rejoice or rejoicing. People with this name spend their lives very great and have alive spirit. They do enchant you well and keep their amibitions really high.

Jozlyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name

Jozlyn – Joyous

Juditha – French variation of Judith, origin meaning woman from Judea’.

Judithe – French variation of Judith, origin meaning woman from Judea’.

Juelline – Juelline as a girl’s name is of Frencho origin, and the meaning of Juelline is ‘plaything, delight’.

Juillet – French variation of July.

Juin – French variation of June.

Jule – it means jewel. Such people are very precious and are loyal to their friends nd family. they have a very catchy spirit.

Julee – Jove”s child, feminine form of Julian

Julee – it means Jove`s Child or feminine of Julian. Such girls are jewel and spark for their friends and family and bring laughter.

Juleen – Downy bearded or youthful

Jules – the word means youthful. They are calm, simple and have a fun side. They are easy to understand.

Juley – it means youthful and the feminine version of Julius. They love and seek for true friendship. They have a eternal spirit.

Julia – Latin – Jupiter’s Child, Julia is Youthful, Downy

Juliane – French and German feminine form of Roman Latin Julianus, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Julianne – A combination of Julia & Anne, Julianne means youthful. It’s popular with modern parents.

Julie – Youthful, Jove”s child, a feminine form of Julian

Julie – Julie is the girl next door, the one who sells candy with a smile for her school fundraiser, and always draws a tiny heart over the “i” in her name. She’s adorable, unfortunately, she’s also somewhat passe, a relic of the 1960s and ’70s when she was one of the most popular names in town. But that’s not to say she’s been forgotten. Now, she’s morphed into names like Juliana and Julia. Still, some Julies keep the name alive and relevant: Take ‘Modern Family’ star Julie Bowen and legendary actress/singer Julie Andrews, for example.

Julienne – Feminine form of Julian

Julienne – Feminine form of French Julien, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Juliet – Youthful, Jove’s child, variant of Julia

Juliet – The name Juliet is a girl’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘youthful’.

Julietta – Downy bearded or youthful

Juliette – Youthful, Jove’s child, variant of Julia

Juliette – such people are enrich with every kind of knowledge and prove to be very good friends. They keep on trying to achieve their aim and life goal. They treasure their relations.

Julita – Downy bearded or youthful

Jullee – Jullee as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Jooley is ‘youthful, love’s child’. Is related to the name Julie.

Jullie – Jullie as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Jooley is ‘youthful, love’s child’. Is related to the name Julie.

Jully – Jully as a girl’s name is of French origin.

July – July as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Justeen – Just, upright, feminine form of Justin

Justeen – The meaning of Justeen is Upright

Justeene – The name Justeene means Righteous, Upright

Justice – Morally right

Justine – The name Justine is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘fair, righteous’.

Justyce – Justice

Justyne – Just, upright, feminine form of Justin

Justyne – Just

Justyse – Justice

French girl names starting with K

Kaidyn – Variant of Caden, sweet and joyful boy, happy and content.

Kamille – Kamille is Born Free, a Noble One

Karalina – The name means Full-grown, Free

Karcsi – Joyful song

Kari – As a female name Kari means Black haired one in Gaelic, or Nordic Free Woman. Male version of the name means Strong in French and Tremenduos in Scandinavian

Karla – Farmer

Karlotta – Tiny and feminine

Karolina – Karolina means Tiny and Feminine

Karoline – Tiny and feminine

Karoly – Strong and manly

Kathleen – Means Pure, Flawless

Kathryn – The name means Simple and True

Katriane

Katriane – The name means Plain,Clear

Kestyn – The name means Bird Pray, Rattle

Kiki – The name Kiki is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘double happiness’.

Kikky – A new beginning or a new life

Kiyah – Bright and shiny, cheery, hopeful, a ray of sunshine.

Kordelle – Kordelle can be a boy or girl’s name that means ‘cord maker’. It comes from the English and Old French name Cordell.

Kordney – Kordney as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kordney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kortney – Kortney as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French) and Kourtney (English), and the meaning of Kortney is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kortni – Kortni as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kortni is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kotara – Kotara means On the Banks of the River

Kourtenay – Kourtenay as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kourtenay is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kourtnee – Kourtnee as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kourtnee is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kourtneigh – Kourtneigh as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kourtneigh is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kourtney – The name means From Courtenay, a Town in North France

Kourtnie – Kourtnie as a girl’s name is a variant of Courtney (Old French), and the meaning of Kourtnie is ‘domain of Curtius’.

Kristeen – The name means Christian

Kurtney – The name means From French Town Courtenay

Kyrielle – The meaning of the name is She is a Poetess

French girl names starting with L

La Row – Red haired

La Vergne – Born in the spring

La Verne – Born in the spring

Laca – Laca is a name that derives from a Town in Normandy

Lace – Lace as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Lace is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacee – Lacee as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Lacee is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacene – Lacene as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Lacene is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacey – Derived from a French nobleman’s surname brought to the British Isles after the Norman conquest, from Lassy (a French village)

Lacey-Leigh – Lacey derives from Old French origin meaning ‘braid’ and Leigh is of Hebrew origin meaning ‘tired, weary’.

Lacey-Mai – Lacey meaning ‘braid’ or ‘lace’ and Mai derived from the 5th month of the year, May.

Lacey – Lacey as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘from Lacy and Lassy’. It is a nobleman’s surname carried to England and Ireland after the Norman conquest.

Laci – Laci as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Laci is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacia – Lacia means Tender like a Lace

Laciann – Laciann as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Laciann is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacie – Lacie, as a girl or boy’s name, has English and French origins. The meaning of Lace is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Laciee – Laciee a Girl as bautiful as Lace

Lacina – Lacina comes from French Noble Family name

Lacine – Lacine name derives from a Famous French Noble family who came to ENgland after the Normandic invasion

Lacy – Despite its French origin Lacy has become more popular in America. In more recent years it has been used as a girl’s name whereas previously it was more frequently used for males, or as a Nobleman’s surname. The name itself means ‘braid’.

Lacyann – Lacyann as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Lacyann is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lacye – Place name, derives from France, Normandy

Lafa – She who is Destined for Gratness, Faith

Laicee – Laicee as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Laicee is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Laicey – A variant of the name Lacey that is derived from the word lace, meaning ‘braid’. It was once a surname that came from the city of Lassy, which is in the region of Calvados in France.

Lainey – This name has several possible origins and meanings in Old French: as a surname meaning ‘from the alder grove’, from the Proven

Lainie – Light, moon

Laisey – Laisey as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Laisey is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Landry

Lanore – The other Aenor

Lanoree – The other Aenor

Lanorey – The other Aenor

Lanori – The other Aenor

Lanoriah – The other Aenor

Lanorie – The other Aenor

Lanory – The other Aenor

Lanorya – The other Aenor

Lanoryah – The other Aenor

Laraine – Laraine as a girl’s name derives from the French name Lorraine meaning ‘from Lorraine’.

Larique – Crystals or Cut Glass of art nouveu style

Larraine – A place name from the French region Lothar

Larue – The street

Latosha – One who is born on the day of Christmas

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 – Person crowned with laurels

Laure – Crowned with laurel

Laure – French variation of Laura, origin meaning bay laurel’.

Laurel – Laurel

Laurel – Laurel tree

Lauren – Crowned with laurels

Laurene – Crowned with laurels

Laurentina – Laurentina as a girl’s name has Latin and French origins. The meaning of Laurentina is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Laura and Laurence.

Laurentine – Feminine form of French Laurentin, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurentyna – Laurentyna as a girl’s name has Latin and French origins. The meaning of Laurentyna is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Laura and Laurence.

Laurentyne – Laurentyne as a girl’s name has Latin and French origins. The meaning of Laurentyne is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Laura and Laurence.

Laurette – Little laurel, the laurel or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory

Laurette – Diminutive form of French Laure (‘laurel’), meaning ‘little laurel tree.’

Laurie – Laurel

Laurraine – Laurraine as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Laurraine is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lavern – Woodland or grove of alder trees

Laverna – A person who is borned in the spring season

Laverne – The name Laverne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘springlike’.

Lavernia – Woodland or grove of alder trees

Lavyrle – A person who came into the world in the spring

Layce – Resembling the lace material

Layci – Something that is lace-like

Laycie – Laycie as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Laycie is ‘a place in France’. Is related to the name Lacey.

Lea – The name Lea is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘weary or meadow’.

Leal – Faithful, loyal person

Leala – Leala as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘loyal or faithful’.

Lealia – Lealia as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lealia is ‘loyal, faithful’. Is related to the name Leala.

Lealie – Lealie as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lealie is ‘loyal, faithful’. Is related to the name Leala.

Leana – Leana as a girl’s name is related to the Norman name Aileen, the English name Leanna, the French name Liana, and the name Eileen. The meaning of Leana is ‘to twine around’.

Leanna – Of French origin, meaning ‘vine’ and is most commonly used in English. Derivative of ‘Leanne’.

Leanne – Derived from the French for ‘vine’, ‘Leanne’ was coined recently as a combination of the names ‘Lee’ and ‘Anne’.

Leanora – The other Aenor

Leanorah – The other Aenor

Leanore – The other Aenor

Lecie – From French nobleman surname Lacey

Leelee – The name Leelee is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lily’.

Lefae – A faithful person, one who is true

Legarda – The one who is guided or guarded

Leiana – Leiana as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Leiana is ‘to twine around’. Is related to the name Liana.

Lela

Lela – Faithful

Lena – A short of Helen, meaning a torch, or Hindu for a Tender and devoted woman

Lenora – Variant of Eleanor, loving and gracious, compassionate.

Lenore – Light

Leocadie – Name of an island in Greece and a fourth-century Spanish saint

Leola – Brave as a lioness

Leona – Lioness, feminine form of Leon

Leona – Brave as a lioness

Leonarda – Brave as a lioness

Leonda – Lion or lioness

Leondra – Lion, lioness, feminine form of Leon

Leondra – Feminine name Leon, Lioness

Leondrea – Lion, lioness, feminine form of Leon

Leondrea – Lion or lioness

Leone – Lion

Leone – Feminine form of French L�on, meaning ‘lion.’

Leonela – Lion, lioness, feminine form of Leon

Leonela – Young lioness, French name

Leonelle – Lion

Leonelle – Young lioness

Leonidem – The one who has the qualities of a Lion

Leonie – Lion

Leonie – The name Leonie is a girl’s name of Latin origin meaning ‘lion’.

Leonne – Feminine form of French L�on, meaning ‘lion.’

Leonois – French name, possibly meaning ‘lion island.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the sister of Lynette and wife of Gareth. It is also the name of the birth place of Tristan.

Leonore – Light, moon

Leontina – Leontina as a girl’s name has French and Latin origins. The meaning of Leontina is ‘lioness’. Is related to the name Leon.

Leontine – The name Leontine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lion’.

Leontyne – Leontyne as a girl’s name is of French origin. It is a feminine form of Leon meaning ‘lion’.

Leopoldine – The name Leopoldine is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘brave people’.

Leraine – Leraine as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Leraine is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lerayne – Lerayne as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lerayne is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Letje – Tiny and womanly

Letya – Tiny and womanly

Leuuine – The dearest or beloved friend

Liahna – Liahna as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Liahna is ‘to twine around’. Is related to the name Liana.

Liana – Lily

Liana – Liana as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘to twine around’. It is the name of a vine common to tropical rain forests.

Liane

Liane – Liane as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘bond’.

Liann – Liann as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Liann is ‘to twine around’. Is related to the name Liana.

Lianna – Lianna as a girl’s name is related to the Norman name Aileen, and the French names Eileen and Liana. The meaning of Lianna is ‘to twine around’.

Lianne – Lianne as a girl’s name has English and French origins. The meaning of Lianne is ‘to twine around’. Is related to the names Leanna and Liana.

Liealia – Loyal

Lieselotte – Lieselotte as a girl’s name is a combination of Liese (Hebrew) ‘God’s promise’ and Charlotte (French) ‘little and womanly’.

Lila – She who belongs to the people

Lilas – French variation of Lilac, origin meaning bluish or lilac’, ‘lily’.

Lili – The lily is a flower symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty.

Lili – Lily

Liliane – Variant of Lillian, derived from the flower name Lily, which is symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty

Liliane – The name Liliane is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lily, a flower’.

Lilou – The name Lilou is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lily’.

Lily – Flower lily

Lina – Person who is tender and delicate

Line – A brave woman warrior

Linette – Bird

Linnet – The name Linnet is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘flaxen haired’.

Lionel

Liriene – Reads aloud

Lirienne – Reads aloud

Lisa – One who is devoted to God

Lise

Lise – Swedish form of the name Lisa

Lisette – The name Lisette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Lison – God is perfection

Lissette – Consecrated to God

Livienne – A woman of envious personality

Livier – A jealous and envious woman

Lize – Lives her life by the Oath made to God

Lizeth – She is devoted to honor an Oath made to the God

Lizette – The name Lizette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Logestilla – Legend

Logistilla – Legend

Loire – The name Loire is a girl’s name of French origin.

Lois – A name from the Greek meaning ‘more desirable’ or , better,. May also be a variation of the name Aloysius or an alternative spelling of the name Lewis from the Germanic Ludwig, meaning ‘famous warrior’.

Lola – Spanish name describing strong woman

Lorain – Lorain as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lorain is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Loraina – Derived from Lorraine, the name of a province in France and a family name of French royalty

Loraina – Loraina as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Loraina is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Loraine – Loraine as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Loraine is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lorayne – Lorayne as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lorayne is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lorena – Woman from Lorraine

Loria – A glorious woman

Lorin – Variant of Lawrence, meaning from Laurentium

Lorin – Crowned with laurels

Lorraina – Lorraina as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lorraina is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lorraine – From Lorraine, the name of a province in France and a French royal family

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.

Lorrayne – Lorrayne as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lorrayne is ‘kingdom of Lothar’. Is related to the name Lorraine.

Lorrelle – Form of name Laura, laurel tree

Lotte – Short form of French Charlotte, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with another form of Lotte.

Lottie – Lottie as a girl’s name is a diminutive of the French for Charlotte meaning ‘little and womanly’.

Lotty – Tiny, feminine Girl

Lotye

Lotye – Tiny and womanly

Lou

Loucille – Loucille as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Loucille is ‘light’. Is related to the name Lucille.

Louella – Famous warrior

Louisa – Famous warrior

Louise

Louise – Feminine form of French Louis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louisiana – The name Louisiana is a girl’s name of French origin.

Louisiane – French variation of Louise, origin meaning renowned warrior’.

Louisianna – The name Louisianna is a girl’s name of French origin.

Loulou

Lourdecita – Lourdecita as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lourdecita is ‘a French town, a reference to Virgin Mary’. Is related to the name Lourdes.

Lourdes – Lourdes as a girl’s name is of French origin. Miracles of healing are attributed to Lourdes, a town in France, where the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared in 1858 to a young girl, later honored as Saint Bernadette.

Lourdetta – Lourdetta as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lourdetta is ‘a French town, a reference to Virgin Mary’. Is related to the name Lourdes.

Lourdette – Lourdette as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lourdette is ‘a French town, a reference to Virgin Mary’. Is related to the name Lourdes.

Louvain – Place name, town in Belgium

Lovelle – Wolf cub

Loveta – A woman who is like a young wolf

Lovetta – Resembling a young wolf

Lovette – She is like a wolf cub

Luce – Feminine form of French Luc, meaning ‘from Lucania.’

Lucette – Diminutive form of French Lucie (‘light’), meaning ‘little light.’

Lucida – The name Lucida is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lucid, clear’.

Lucie

Lucie – French form of Roman Latin Lucia, meaning ‘light.’

Luciela – Luciela as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Luciela is ‘light’. Is related to the name Lucille.

Lucienne – The name Lucienne is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘light’.

Lucila – Lucila as a girl’s name is a variant of Lucille (French).

Lucile – Bringer of light

Lucille

Lucille – The name Lucille is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘light’.

Lucinde – French variation of Lucinda, origin meaning light’, ‘light’.

Lucinenne – French variation of Lucia, origin meaning light’.

Lucrece – From the Latin name Lucretia, Lucrece goes back to the Renaissance era (Lucrezia Borgia was sister to Cesare Borgia).

Lucrece – French form of Roman Latin Lucretia, possibly meaning ‘wealthy.’

Lucyle – Lucyle as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lucyle is ‘light’. Is related to the name Lucille.

Ludivine – French name, possibly meaning ‘divine light.’

Lula – Pet form of French Louise, meaning ‘famous warrior.’ Compare with another form of Lula.

Luna – Moon, one of the name of the Moon Goddes

Lundy – Monday

Lune – French variation of Luna, origin meaning moon’.

Lunet – A little, small Moon

Lunete – French form of Welsh Luned, meaning ‘idol, image.’

Lunette – French variation of Luna, origin meaning moon’, ‘idol, image’.

Lurdes – Lurdes as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lurdes is ‘a French town, a reference to Virgin Mary’. Is related to the name Lourdes.

Luseele – Luseele as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Luseele is ‘light’. Is related to the name Lucille.

Lusile – Lusile as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Lusile is ‘French light’. Is related to the name Lucille.

Lydie – French form of Greek Lydia, meaning ‘of Lydia.’

Lyle

Lynette – The name Lynette is a girl’s name of French, Welsh origin meaning ‘idol’.

Lynnette – Little lion woman

Lyonell

Lyonelle – She is strong and powerfull as a lioness

Lyonette – Little lion

Lyra – Of the Iyre or song

Lyra – Expression of emotion

Lyric – Of the Iyre or song

Lyric – If you’ve got a song in your heart when you think of your baby girl, consider naming her Lyric, whose meaning is tied to the lyre, an ancient stringed instrument. Lyric is a member of the sisterhood of musical names like Melody, Harmony, Cadence and Aria. Although it’s typically thought of as a girls’ name, Hollywood parents Soleil Moon Frye (“Punky Brewster”) and Jeremy London (“Party of Five”) chose Lyric for their son, which proves that the name, like music, doesn’t discriminate.

Lyrica – Lyrica as a girl’s name has French and Latin origins. The meaning of Lyrica is ‘lyre’. Is related to the name Lyra.

Lyricia – Lyricia as a girl’s name is related to the French name Lyric. The meaning of Lyricia is ‘lyre’.

Lys – French variation of Lily, origin meaning lily’.

French girl names starting with M

Mabel – Old french and spanish origin meaning ‘lovely’ or ‘to love’ and is commonly used in English and Spanish. Derived from the french word ‘amare’ a fairly unusual name.

Mabella – Old French – Lovely, To Love, My Beautiful One, A variant of Mabel

Mabelle – My beautiful one

Mabil – A lovely one

Mable – Meaning ‘to love’ or ‘lovely’, derived from the Spanish name Mabel.

Mabli – Beautiful

Macee – Macee as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Macee is ‘weapon’. Is related to the name Mace.

Macella – She who is warlike

Macey – Derived from medieval male form of Matthew.

Macey – Macey, as a girl or boy’s name, has French origins. The meaning of Macee is ‘weapon’. Is related to the name Mace.

Machell – Variation of Michelle which means Which is like God

Maci – Maci is a mystery. It most likely comes from the Old French surname Macy, which means “weapon.” Or is its origin tied to the names of French villages? Maybe it came from the Roman name Maccius. Or is it simply an extension of the Staci-Traci trend? One thing is for sure: The name made it on the naming charts in the 1990s but didn’t go too far until 2010, when a young girl named Maci was one of the stars of the reality show “Teen Mom.”

Macie – As with the original spelling of the more popular Macy, this version has been a known name since the 19th century. That makes sense, since it has tons of old-timey charm. If other vintage baby names have become too familiar and frequent and you want to give your girl something less common, consider Macie. It’s sweet and cute as a baby name but then grows up as your daughter does. US President Macie [her last name]? Yes!

Macy – Possibly from an Old French word meaning Matthew’s estate, though the name may also derive from a surname Mace, a medieval English personal name of unknown meaning, or a similar Gaelic place name meaning ‘long, low hill.’

Macy – Means ‘Weapon’. Popular girls name. by also be derived from the name Matthew which means ‘gift from God’.

Macyn – Old French – Mason, Stone worker, Maker, A variant of Mason

Madalene – Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala.

Madalene – A woman from Magdala

Maddie – Pet form of French Madeline, meaning ‘of Magdala.’

Maddy – Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala.

Maddy – From the high tower

Madelaine – The name Madelaine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘high tower’.

Madeleina – From the high tower

Madeleine – High tower or woman from Magdala

Madeleine – The name Madeleine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Madelina – Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine. Madeleine: (English/French) Woman from Magdala.

Madelina – From the high tower

Madeline – Woman from Magdala, high tower

Madeline – Hebrew – Of Magdala, High Tower, Variant transcription of Magdalena

Madella – French variation of Madeline, origin meaning high tower or woman from Magdala’.

Madelle – French variation of Madeline, origin meaning high tower or woman from Magdala’.

Madelon – From the high tower

Madelyn

Madelyn – The name Madelyn is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Madelynn – The name Madelynn is a girl’s name of French origin.

Madie – Tower

Madie – Tower, one who lives in a tower

Madieu – God is mine

Madlin – A tall tower

Madolen – From the high tower

Mae – A bitteness, bitter pearl

Maebel – One who s lovely, easy to love

Maecea – A weapon, French version of Macy

Maelee

Maelee – Great

Maelie – A princess

Maelle – The name Maelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘chief or prince’.

Maelyn – French name meaning princess

Maelynn

Maelynn – Goddess of spring growth

Maelys – The name Maelys is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘chief or prince’.

Maesy – Pearl

Maeva – The name Maeva is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘welcome’.

Magali – Possibly a pet form of French Marguerite, meaning ‘pearl.’

Magalie – Possibly a pet form of French Marguerite, meaning ‘pearl.’

Magdala – French variation of Magdalen, origin meaning woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdalaine – French variation of Magdalen, origin meaning woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdaleine – French variation of Magdalen, origin meaning woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdalen – The name Magdalen is a girl’s name of Aramaic, French, English origin meaning ‘woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Magdalene – High tower

Magnolia – Flower known for its sweet scent, can be used as a reference to girls from the American South

Magnolia – Magnolia as a girl’s name refers to the magnolia flower, named after 17th-century French botanist Pierre Magnol.

Magritte – The name Magritte is a girl’s name of French origin.

Mahaut – Medieval form of Norman French Mathilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Mai

Mai – The name Mai is a girl’s name of French, Japanese, Vietnamese origin meaning ‘coyote’.

Maia – May

Maicey – Maicey as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Maicey is ‘weapon’. Is related to the name Mace.

Maicy – Maicy as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Maicy is ‘weapon’. Is related to the name Mace.

Mailys – The name Mailys is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘chief or prince’.

Maine – French word for mainland

Maiolaine – Flower

Maisi – Pearl

Maisy – An alternative spelling of the name Macey or Macy , this was originally a French place name meaning ‘domain belonging to Maccius’. Ithe name also means ‘weapon’.

Maiya – May. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth.

Maiya – May

Majori – A girl pure and pretty as a pearl

Majorie – She is pretty like a pearl

Malarie – The unfortunate, unlucky one

Maliri – Unfortunate

Mallary – Mallary as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mallary is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallerey – Mallerey as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mallerey is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallery – Mallery as a girl or boy’s name, has French origins. The meaning of Mallery is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malley – Unhappy, unlucky one

Malloree – Malloree as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Malloree is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malloreigh – Malloreigh as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Malloreigh is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallorey – Mallorey as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mallorey is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallori – Mallori as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mallori is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallorie – Mallorie as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mallorie is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Mallory – Unfortunate. Ill-fated.

Mallory – The name Mallory is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘unfortunate’.

Maloree – A person who desn’t have luck

Malorey – Malorey as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Malorey is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malori – Malori as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Malori is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malorie – Malorie as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Malorie is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malory – Malory, as a girl or boy’s name, has French origins. The meaning of Malory is ‘unfortunate, ill fated’. Is related to the name Mallory.

Malou – Noble, of the nobility, diminutive of Alice

Malree – Unfortunate

Mamaine – An interesting person who is from the mainland

Mandolin – The name Mandolin is a girl’s name of French origin.

Manet – The name Manet is a girl’s name of French origin.

Manette – The name Manette is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning bitter’.

Manon – Manon as a girl’s name is of French and Welsh origin meaning ‘wished for child’. It is also a nickname of Madeline and Marie.

Maralynn – Diminutive form of Marie which is a variant of Mary which means bitter

Marcela – A woman sho is strong like a hammer

Marcelia – French variation of Marcella, origin meaning warlike’, ‘warlike’.

Marceline – Feminine form of French Marcel, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcella – Warlike

Marcelle – Feminine form of French Marcel, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcellette – Pet form of French Marcelle, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcellia – Warlike

Marcelline – Feminine form of French Marcellin, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcheline – The name Marcheline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘warrior’.

Marchelle – Warlike

Marchery – Marchery is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Margery.

Marchesa – Marchesa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marchessa – Marchessa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Mardi – The name Mardi is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Tuesday’.

Mardie – She who is born on Tuesday

Mardy – One who is Tuesday-born

Maree – Bitter or sea of bitterness

Maresa – A pregnant mother

Margaux – Pearl

Margaux – Margaux is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Margo.

Margeaux – Variant of Margaret. Pearl.

Margeaux – Margeaux is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Margo.

Margeree – Margeree as a girl’s name has French and English origins. The meaning of Margerey is ‘pearl’. Is related to the names Margery and Marjorie.

Margerey – Margerey as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Margerey is ‘pearl’. Is related to the name Margery.

Margerie – French name meaning daisy flower

Margery – Margery as a girl’s name is of Persian origin meaning ‘child of light’. It was brought to England in the 12th century and used somewhat until a late-19th-century revival, mainly as Marjorie.

Marget – Short for Margaret meaning pearl

Margherite – Margherite is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marguerite.

Margi – Margi as a girl’s name has French and English origins. The meaning of Margi is ‘star of the sea’. Is related to the names Margery and Marjorie.

Margo – Variant of Margaret. Pearl.

Margo – The name Margo is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Margot – Pearl

Margot – The name Margot is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Margrete – French name for daisy

Marguerite – Marguerite as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘pearl’ It is also a botanical French name for a daisy, and popular in the late 19th century.

Marguretta – French name for a child of light

Margurite – Margurite is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marguerite.

Maria – Variation of Mary or Miriam which means Bitter or Wished-for child

Mariah – Bitter or sea of bitterness

Mariam – Hebrew – Wished for child, Sea of bitterness, To Swell, A variant form of Maria, As Mary.

Marian – Marian as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a blend of the Latin for Mary, star of the sea’, and the Hebrew for Ann, ‘grace’. It is also an anglicized form of Marion. It was common in the Middle Ages, and revived in the early Victorian era.

Marianda – Marianda is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marianne.

Mariane – Variant of Mary bitter.

Mariane – Mariane is a girl’s name and a variant of the French names Marianne and Marian.

Mariann – French variation of Marian, origin meaning bitter’, ‘bitter, grace’, ‘bitter’.

Marianne – Marianne as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a blend of the Latin for Marie, ‘star of the sea’, and the Hebrew for Anne, ‘grace’. To the French, the name symbolizes their spirit for ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’.

Maribel – Beautiful

Maribel – Maribel means beautiful Mary. It is a combination of the names Mary & Belle.

Marie – Bitter

Marie – Marie as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a variant of the Latin for Mary, ‘star of the sea’. The earliest English form of the name was revived in the 19th century.

Mariel – The name Mariel is a girl’s name of French, Dutch origin meaning ‘bitter’.

Mariele – Diminutive of Maria.

Mariele – Bitter or sea of bitterness

Marielle – Diminutive of Maria

Marielle – Pet form of French Marie, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Marien – Marien is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marianne.

Mariena – A girl from the sea

Marienna – A bitter lovliness

Mariet – Mariet is a girl’s name meaning ‘lady’ or ‘mistress of the house’ that is related to three names: the Danish name Mariel, the French name Marietta, and the Aramaic name Martha.

Marietta – Marietta as a girl’s name is of French origin and is a diminutive of the Latin for Mary, ‘star of the sea’.

Mariette – Diminutive form of French Marie, meaning ‘little rebel.’

Marilda – A famous battle maiden

Marilou – A rebellious battle

Marilu – A rebelliouss warrior

Marily – A famous rebell

Marine – Latin – Of the Sea, Variant spelling of Mariner, an occupational name for a sailor

Marion – Marion as a girl’s name is of French origin and a variant of the Latin for Mary, ‘star of the sea’. This form was changed into Marian when introduced to Britain in the Middle Ages, but was revived in the 19th century.

Mariona – A dame from the sea of misery

Marionna – A maiden of the sea of misery

Maritess – A sea of sadness

Marjerie – Marjerie is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Margery and the English name Marjorie.

Marjie – French variation of Marjorie, origin meaning pearl’, ‘pearl’, ‘pearl’.

Marjo – French variation of Marjorie, origin meaning pearl’.

Marjolaina – Flower

Marjolaine – Marjolaine as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘marjoram’. It is a rare botanical name.

Marjolie – French variation of Marjorie, origin meaning pearl’.

Marjori – Marjori is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Margery.

Marjy – Marjy as a girl’s name has French and English origins. The meaning of Marjy is ‘pearl’. Is related to the names Margery and Marjorie.

Markaisa – Markaisa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Markessa – Markessa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquesa – Marquesa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquessa – Marquessa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquette – Land Owner, A French habitational name

Marqui – Marqui is a girl or boy’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquisa – Marquisa is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquise – Royalty, a French royalty title

Marquise – Marchioness

Marquisha – Marquisha is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marquise.

Marquita – From the border

Marquite – French name meaning ‘awning, canopy.’

Marseilles – Marseilles as a girl’s name refers to a city on the Mediterranean coast of France. The French national anthem is also called ‘La Marseillaise’.

Marteena – Warlike

Martella – French variation of Martha, origin meaning lady’, ‘warlike’.

Marthe – French and German form of Greek Martha, meaning ‘lady, mistress.’

Martine – The name Martine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘warlike’.

Martinique – Martinique as a girl’s name is of French origin regarding a West Indies island.

Marva – Wonder, miracle

Marveille – Miracle

Marvel – Miracle

Marvel – Wonder, miracle

Marvella – Miracle

Marvelle – A miraculous one

Maryam – Our lady

Maryan – Maryan is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marianne.

Maryanna – Maryanna is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marianne and the English name Maryann.

Maryetta – Maryetta is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marietta.

Maryl – Blackbird

Maryon – Maryon is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marion.

Maryonn – Maryonn is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Marion.

Maryvonne – Blend of Marie and Yvonne

Masey – An English name of the Old French origin, a variation of its Old English root, Macy. It means ‘weapon’.

Mathilda – Mighty battle maiden

Mathilde – Strong in war

Mathilde – Norman French form of Latin Mathilda, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’ Compare with another form of Mathilde.

Matiese – Matthew, one who is the gift of God

Matilda – Mighty battle maiden

Matilde – Strength for battle.

Matilde – Variant spelling of Norman French Mathilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’ Compare with other forms of Matilde.

Matilyn – A French cognate of Magdalene meaning one who is from Magdala

Mattie – Mighty battle maiden

Matty – Mighty battle maiden

Maud – Maud as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘powerful battler’.

Maude – Strong in war, variant of Mathilda

Maude – Pet form of Norman French Mathilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Maura – Bitter

Maureen – Bitter

Maurelle – The name Maurelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘dark, elfin’.

Maurice

Maurina – Dark skinned

Maurine – A dark skinned one, moorish

Mauve – Mauve as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘mallow plant’. The petals of the mallow are purple, hence the use of ‘mauve’ as a color.

Mavis – Mavis as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘song thrush’. The name was first used in English by Geoffrey Chaucer (14th century), author of ‘The Canterbury Tales’.

Mavise – Joy

Maxi – A woman who is considered the greatest

Maxime

Maximilienne – Feminine form of French Maximilien, meaning ‘the greatest rival.’

Maya – Uncertain, Perhaps Mother or Great One, Illusion, Imaginative, Magical

Maybelle – From the French amare meaning ‘to love’ or ‘loved’.

Maycee – Variant of Macy, firearm or weapon of some kind.

Mayew – She is the God’s gift

Maylis – The mother of lilies

Maysy – Pearl

Mazarine – Mazarine as a girl’s name is of French origin and refers to a deep blue color. It was probably used as homage to an influential 17th-century French cleric, Cardinal Mazarin.

Mazelina – A variant of the name Mathilda, the battle mighty

Mazine – Mazine is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Mazarine.

Meabh – Derived from Old French origin meaning ‘to love’ it is derived from the English and Spanish name Mabe.

Mearl – A French name meanng Blackbird

Mechelle – Who is like God?

Medee – French form of Latin Medea, meaning ‘cunning.’

Medeleine – A woman from Magdala, or one from the high tower

Megane – French form of Welsh Megan, meaning ‘pearl.’

Melaina – Dark skinned

Melaine – Variation of Melanie origin meaning black, dark’.

Melanee – Dark skinned

Melani – French variation of Melanie, origin meaning black, dark’.

Melanie – Dark.

Melanie – The name Melanie is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning ‘black, dark’.

Melaniu – French variation of Melanie, origin meaning black, dark’.

Melanne – Dark

Meleagrant – The supplied grant or help, or the grant that is supplied

Meliagrant – The supply of help, a huge or great supply

Melisande – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melisandre – The name Melisandre is a girl’s name of French origin.

Melisende – Variant spelling of Norman French Melisent, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Melisent – Norman French form of Teutonic Malasintha, meaning ‘strong worker.’

Melissa – French form of Greek Melissa, meaning ‘honey-sap.’

Melissande – French variation of Melissa, origin meaning honeybee’, ‘honeybee’.

Mellicent – French variation of Millicent, origin meaning strong in work’, ‘honeybee’.

Mellisent – Mellisent is a girl’s name meaning ‘brave strength’ that is a variant of the Old French name Millicent.

Mellory – Unfortunate

Melodie – Melody

Melodie – Melody or song

Melusina – A person who is naturally having skin of a dusky or dark color.

Melusine – The name Melusine is a girl’s name of French origin.

Mendie – Hebrew – Sea of Bitternes, Rebelliousness, Wished for child, To swell, A variant form of Mendi

Meral – Derived from Old French origin meaning ‘blackbird’ it is mainly used in Dutch.

Meraud – French surname transferred to forename use, derived from the word emeraude, meaning ’emerald.’

Mercer – Merchant

Merci – Merciful

Mercy – Merciful

Merel – Old French – Blackbird, Celtic – Sea-bright, Hebrew – Sea of Bitterness

Merille – A bright shiny sea, Sea that is bright

Merl – Merl as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Merl is ‘blackbird’. Is related to the name Merle.

Merla – Merla is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ or ‘shining sea’ that comes from the Old French name Merle and the English name Meryl.

Merle – Merle as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Merle), is pronounced merl. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Merle is ‘blackbird’.

Merlina – Merlina is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ that is related to the Old French name Merle.

Merline – Merline is a girl’s name and a variant of the Old French name Merle, meaning ‘blackbird’.

Merlyn – Blackbird

Merola – Merola is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ that is related to the Old French name Merle.

Merri – The shining of the sea.

Merryl – Blackbird

Merveille – Miracle

Meryl – Blackbird

Mia – The person who is dearly to everyone.

Michela – Who is like God

Michele – Who resembles God

Michele – Also spelled ‘Michelle,’ this name asks the question, who is like God?

Micheline – Pet form of French Michele, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Michella – the precious talent from the most high place.

Michelle

Michelle – The name Michelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘who is like God’.

Michon – the percious tallent for the most high God.

Miciah – the priceless gift from God.

Mielle – Honey, sweet as honey, sugary

Mietta – minor and sugary.

Miette – French – Small and Sweet

Mignon – Cute, attractive

Mignon – The name Mignon is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘delicate, dainty’.

Mignonette – Mignonette is a girl’s name meaning ‘cute’ that is a variant of the French name Mignon.

Mignonne – Mignonne as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Mignonne is ‘cute’. Is related to the name Mignon.

Mila – A Gracious or a beautiful dear

Milicent – Milicent is a girl’s name meaning ‘brave strength’ that is a variant of the Old French name Millicent.

Milisent – Milisent is a girl’s name meaning ‘brave strength’ that is a variant of the Old French name Millicent.

Millicent – Millicent as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘brave strength’.

Millicente – Industrious

Millie – Industrious

Milzie – Milzie is a girl’s name meaning ‘brave strength’ that is a variant of the Old French name Millicent.

Mimi – Form of Williamina

Mimi – Mimi as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘sea of bitterness’. It is a pet name for Marilyn or Miriam. It is also used as a Spanish pet name for Mira, Maria, and Noemi.

Minerve – French variation of Minerva, origin meaning of the mind, intellect’.

Minetta – Form of Williamina

Minetta – Resolute protector

Minette – The name Minette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘faithful defender’.

Mingnon – Mingnon is a girl’s name meaning ‘cute’ that is a variant of the French name Mignon.

Minjonet – French – Resembling the small blue flower, Petite Blue Flower

Minna

Minna – Resolute protector

Minnie – Form of Wilhelmina

Minnie – Resolute protector

Minuet – The name Minuet is a girl’s name of French origin.

Minuit – Minuit as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘midnight’. It is also the surname of the Dutch explorer who bought Manhattan island from the Canarsee Indians in the 17th century.

Minyonette – Minyonette is a girl’s name meaning ‘cute’ that is a variant of the French name Mignon.

Minyonne – Minyonne as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Minyonne is ‘cute’. Is related to the name Mignon.

Mirabeau – French variation of Mirabel, origin meaning wonderful’.

Mirabella – Of incredible beauty

Mirabelle – Wonderful

Mirabelle – The name Mirabelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘marvelous’.

Mireilla – Mireilla is a girl’s name meaning ‘admire’ that is related to the French name Mireio.

Mireille – Variant of Mary

Mireille – The name Mireille is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘to admire’.

Mireio – Mireio as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘admire’. The name was first used for the title character of a verse romance in the late 19th century.

Mirel – Rebellious

Mirela – An admired person, most admirable

Mirell – Mirell is a girl’s name meaning ‘admire’ that is related to the French name Mireio.

Mirella – Hebrew – God Has Spoken, To admire, Wonderful, A variant of Mira

Mirette – Hebrew – God Has Spoken, To admire, Wonderful, A variant of Mira

Miria – The Holy virgin mother Mary

Mirielle – miraculous

Mirla – Blackbird

Mishavonna – A Young archangel, a young messenger of God

Mistique – Mistique is a girl’s name meaning ‘air of mystery’ that comes from the French name Mystique.

Modeste – Mehula is referred to the Rain. It is derived from Sanskrit word ‘Meh’.

Modestine – Feminine form of French Modeste, meaning ‘moderate, sober.’

Moi – Having skin rich in melanin pigments.

Monalisa – Art, Mona Lisa is a famous portrait painted by Leonardo da Vinci

Monet – The name Monet is a girl’s name of French origin.

Monike – French variation of Monica, origin meaning advisor’.

Moniqua – French variation of Monica, origin meaning advisor’.

Monique – The name Monique is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘advisor’.

Moreen – Dark skinned

Morgaine – French variation of Morgan, origin meaning sea-born, sea-song or sea-circle’.

Morgana – The name Morgana is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sea-circle’.

Morgane – French variation of Morgan, origin meaning sea-born, sea-song or sea-circle’.

Morgause – French form of Latin Orcades, meaning ‘Isles of Orkney.’ In Arthurian legend, this is Arthur’s half-sister, the daughter of Gorlois and Igraine. She was known as ‘Queen of the Orcades’ and was wife to King Lot who was an enemy of Arthur. She slept with Arthur, producing Mordred, who later brought about Camelot’s downfall.

Mortimer – A still water, motion-less water

Moselle – From a French river

Muguet – The name Muguet is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lily’.

Muirgan – French variation of Morgan, origin meaning sea-born, sea-song or sea-circle’.

Murle – Murle is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ that comes from the Old French name Merle.

Musetta – A song

Musette – A song

Musette – French variation of Musetta, origin meaning little muse’.

Mychele – Who is like God

Mychelle – Who is like God

Myra – quiet song

Myrelle – Myrelle is a girl’s name meaning ‘admire’ that is related to the French name Mireio.

Myrl – Variation of Merle which means Blackbird or Of the Sea

Myrla – Blackbird

Myrle – Myrle is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ that comes from the Old French name Merle.

Myrleen – Myrleen is a girl’s name and a variant of the Old French name Merle, meaning ‘blackbird’.

Myrlene – Myrlene is a girl’s name meaning ‘blackbird’ that comes from the French name Merle.

Myrline – Myrline is a girl’s name and a variant of the Old French name Merle, meaning ‘blackbird’.

Mystica – Mystica is a girl’s name meaning ‘air of mystery’ that comes from the French name Mystique.

Mystique – Mystique as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘air of mystery’. Use of Mystique as a contemporary name for girls is probably due to the popularity of the name Misty.

French girl names starting with N

Nadeen – Variant of Nadia.

Nadeen – Nadeen is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Nadine.

Nadeleine – A ray of Hope

Nadelle – Something that arise a hope within

Nadelyn – A belief that something wanted can happen

Nadena – Nadena is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Nadine.

Nadene – Nadene is a girl’s name and a variant of the French name Nadine.

Nadi – The one who is manifesting hope.

Nadina – Nadina as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nadine – Hope, diminutive of Nadia and a familiar form of Bernadette

Nadine – Nadine as a girl’s name is of French form of the Russian name Nadia meaning ‘hope’.

Nadiya – French form of Russian Nadya, meaning ‘hope.’

Nadyna – Nadyna as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nadyne – Nadyne as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Naeva – The person who was born during sunset or dawn.

Naevia – The person is full of life and spirit.

Nan – Full of grace

Nancey – Full of grace

Nanci – Grace, variant of Ann most often regarded as an independent name

Nanci – Full of grace

Nancie – Grace, variant of Ann most often regarded as an independent name

Nancie – Full of grace

Nancy – Grace, variant of Ann most often regarded as an independent name

Nancy – The name Nancy is a girl’s name of Hebrew, French origin, meaning grace’.

Nanette – Favor, grace, variant of Anne

Nanette – Nanette as a girl’s name is of Hebrew origin meaning ‘grace’. It is diminutive of Ann.

Nanine – French variation of Nancy, origin meaning grace’.

Nann – Full of grace

Nannette – Favor, grace. Variant of Anne.

Nannette – Nannette as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nanon – Grace

Nanon – The name Nanon is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning grace’.

Nanou – French variation of Nancy.

Narcisse

Narguize – French variation of Narcissa, origin meaning daffodil’.

Narqis – French variation of Narcissa, origin meaning daffodil’.

Narrion – One who is a sea of sorrow, bitterness

Natacha – The day of birth

Natalee – Born at Christmas

Natalene – Variation of Natalie origin meaning birthday of the Lord’.

Natalie – Born on Christmas

Natalie – The name Natalie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘birthday of the Lord’.

Natalii – The child born on the 25th day of last month of the year.

Nathalee – The same birthday of Christ.

Nathalia – Birthday of Christ

Nathalie – French form of Latin Natalia, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Nathaly – Birthday of Christ

Natividad – Natividad as a girl’s name is of Spanish origin meaning ‘Christmas’.

Natuche – Born at Christmas

Naydeen – Naydeen as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nelley – The person who knows about the reality.

Nerilly – Lilies of the spirit of seas

Neva – Short form of French Geneva, possibly meaning ‘race of women.’ Compare with other forms of Neva.

Nichele – French variation of Nichelle.

Nichelle – The name Nichelle is a girl’s name of French, American origin, meaning who is like God’.

Nichol – Victory of the people

Nichole – Victory of the people

Nichole – Feminine of Nicholas, champion of the people.

Nicholina – French variation of Nicola, origin meaning people of victory’.

Nicholl – A triumphant person

Nicola – People”s victory

Nicola – Victory of the people

Nicolaus – The triumphant winner

Nicolay – The people who always win

Nicole – Victory of the people

Nicole – The name Nicole is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘people of victory’.

Nicoletta – Nicoletta as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nicolette – People’s victory

Nicolette – The name Nicolette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘people of victory’.

Nicoline – People’s triumph

Nicolle – The one who is fighting for the multitude.

Nicollette – Nicollette as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Nina – Pet form of French Anne, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with other forms of Nina.

Ninette – Grace

Ninette – Diminutive form of French Nina, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Nineve – The God’s beloved angel

Nini – Momentary and excellent industry.

Ninon – The name Ninon is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning grace’.

Niquole – The brightness of the light.

Nirendranath – One of the provinces in France.

Noe – Relaxation or harmony or concord.

Noel – Christmas

Noel – Let your baby boy or girl spread holiday cheer year-round with this festive unisex name (though the more common female spelling is Noelle). It’s much more snowball-in-the-face than other, more subtle Christmas-connected names like Nicholas, Mary and Carol. Like candy canes, elves and stockings hung by the chimney with care, Noel will never go out of style. Two famous Noels are Noel Coward, the legendary British playwright, and Noel Gallagher, a musician with the band Oasis.

Noela – Noela as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Noela is ‘Christmas’. Is related to the name Noelle.

Noele

Noele – Noele as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noele is ‘Christmas’.

Noeleen – Noeleen as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noeleen is ‘Christmas’.

Noelene – Noelene as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noelene is ‘Christmas’.

Noelia – Christmas

Noeline – Noeline as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noeline is ‘Christmas’.

Noeliz – Noeliz as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noeliz is ‘Christmas’.

Noell

Noell – Noell as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noell is ‘Christmas’.

Noella – Variation of Noelle

Noella – Noella as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Noella is ‘Christmas’. Is related to the name Noelle.

Noelle – Christmas, feminine variant of Noel

Noelle – How can you make it feel like Christmas every day? Name your baby girl Noelle, and the whole family will feel like caroling all the time. The name evolved from the French “noel” (“Christmas”), which is derived from the Latin “natalis dies Domini” (“the Lord’s birthday”). It has been on the baby-name charts since the mid-1960s but has never moved up to a more prominent position because many people think it’s reserved for December babies. If Noelle is too Christmasy for you, what about calling your girl Natalie?

Noelleen – Noelleen as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noelleen is ‘Christmas’.

Noely – The name Noely is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Christmas’.

Noelynn – Noelynn as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noelynn is ‘Christmas’.

Noemie – French form of Hebrew No’omiy, meaning ‘my delight, my pleasantness.’

Noleen – Christ was born on Christmas day.

Norberta – Feminine form of Old French Norbert, meaning ‘bright northman’ or ‘famous northman.’

Normandy – One of the provinces in France.

Norris

Nour – The person who has superfluous in whole things.

Nouvel

Nowel – Nowel as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the French name Noel. The meaning of Nowel is ‘Christmas’.

Noweleen – Noweleen as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Noweleen is ‘Christmas’.

Nowell – Nowell as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the French name Noel. The meaning of Nowell is ‘Christmas’.

Nowelle – Christmas

Nynette – French variation of Nanette.

French girl names starting with O

Oceane – French name derived from the vocabulary word ocean, from Latin Oceanus, from Greek Okeanos, meaning ‘ocean.’

Oceanne – The female version of the Mohit that means infatuated person.

Octava – French variation of Octavia, origin meaning eighth’.

Octavia – Female variant of Mohsin that means a gentle lady who help others.

Octavie – French variation of Octavia, origin meaning eighth’.

Océane – Ocean

Odalis – The name Odalis is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘chambermaid, concubine’.

Odeletta – Little spring

Odelette – Little spring

Odelia – Wealthy, properous

Odetta – The name Odetta is a girl’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘wealthy’.

Odette – Variant of Odelia and Odile, the name of the bewitched heroine and love of Prince Siegfried in Tchaikovsky”s classic ballet Swan Lake.

Odette – A lion in a form of human. A person who possess the furious powers of a lion

Odila

Odila – The right path that a person should follow. Also the name of Lord Vishnu

Odile – The name Odile is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘prospers in battle’.

Odilia – The name Odilia is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘wealth, fortune’.

Odille – Variant spelling of French Odile, meaning ‘wealthy.’

Ofilia – French variation of Ophelia, origin meaning help’.

Oleesa – Oleesa as a girl’s name is related to the French name Oleisa.

Oleisa – Oleisa as a girl’s name is of French origin and a variant the Hebrew for Elizabeth meaning ‘God’s promise’.

Olevia – An olive branch who represents peace

Olisa – Olisa as a girl’s name is related to the French name Oleisa.

Olivette – French variation of Olivia, origin meaning olive tree’, ‘olive tree’.

Olivia – The one who is closer to olive tree.

Oliviane – French variation of Olivia, origin meaning olive tree’.

Olivie – Feminine form of French Olivier, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Olympe – French variation of Olympia, origin meaning from Mount Olympus’.

Olympia – Heavenly

Olympiad – French variation of Olympia, origin meaning from Mount Olympus’.

Olympienne – French variation of Olympia, origin meaning from Mount Olympus’.

Ophelia – Helper

Ophelie – The name Ophelie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘help’.

Orabelle – French form of Italian Orabella, meaning ‘golden beautiful.’

Oralia – Oralia as a girl’s name is of Latin origin meaning ‘golden’.

Oralie – The name Oralie is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning the golden one’.

Orane – Golden

Orane – Orane as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘sunrise’. It derives from the same Latin root as Oriana.

Orania – Orania as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Orania is ‘sunrise’.

Oreli – French variation of Orella, origin meaning announcement from the gods, oracle’.

Orelie – Orelie as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Orenge – The fruit or the color

Oriana – Meaning ‘gold’ ‘sunrise’ and ‘dawn’. Popular in the 16th Century when Queen Elizabeth 1st was poetically referred to by this name.

Oriane – The name Oriane is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sunrise’.

Orianne – Variant spelling of French Oriane, possibly meaning ‘golden.’

Oriel – Bird, related to the Oriole, known for its brilliant orange-gold markings

Oriel – golden, angel of destiny

Orielda – Orielda as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Orlean – Broken part of the field.

Orleane – French variation of Orleanna.

Orleans – Golden

Orlee – French variation of Orla, origin meaning golden princess’.

Orlena – Gold

Orlena – Orlena as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Orlene – Orlene as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Orlene is ‘golden’. Orlene is a variant of the French name Oralia.

Orlina – Gold

Orlina – Gold

Orly – French variation of Orla, origin meaning golden princess’, ‘light’.

Orva – Golden

Orva – Asset as a gold or valued as golden treasure.

Orvalee – A person treasurable as gold

Osanne – French form of Greek Hosanna, meaning ‘deliver us.’

Ottalia – Ottalia as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Ottalia is ‘prosperity in battle’. Ottalia is a variant of the French name Ottilie.

Ottaline – One who can prosper in warfield

Ottilie – The name Ottilie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘prosperous in battle’.

Ottolie – Ottolie as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Ottoline – The name Ottoline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘prospers in battle’.

Ouida – Pet form of French Louise, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Outacite – Another name for a man-killer

Ozanna – A person who shows authority and potential

Ozanne – Variant spelling of French Osanne, meaning ‘deliver us.’

French girl names starting with P

Padget – Assistant

Padgett – Padgett as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the French name Page. The meaning of Padgett is ‘young servant’.

Page – Assistant

Paget – Little assistant

Paige – Page, attendant

Paige – Assistant

Pamela – The name Pamela is a girl’s name of English origin meaning ‘all honey’.

Pancha – A free and independent person

Pansy – Flower name from the French word pensée meaning thought

Pansy – Pansy as a girl’s name is of English origin meaning ‘flowering plant with velvety petals’. It has been the name of the flower name since the late 19th century. The name was derived from the French word ‘penser’ meaning ‘to think’.

Papillon – French variation of Butterfly.

Paris – Crafty

Parnella – Rock

Parris – This name often refers to the French capital city, spelled ‘Paris.’ It also refers to the Trojan prince who abducted Helen of Troy, an act which started the Trojan War.

Parrish – Parrish as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Parrish), is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Parrish is ‘ecclesiastical locality’.

Pascala – Born at Easter

Pascala – Born at Easter

Pascale – Born at Easter

Pascale – Feminine form of French Pascal, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Pascalie – French variation of Pascale, origin meaning Passover’.

Pascaline – Pet form of French Pascale, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Pascasia – French variation of Pascale, origin meaning Passover’.

Pasclina – Born at Easter

Pasclina – Born at Easter

Pasquette – French variation of Pascale, origin meaning Passover’.

Patience

Patience – Enduring

Patrice – Noble

Patrice – A noble patrician being, clear sighted

Pauie – One who is the little one and younger being

Paule – French feminine form of English/French Paul, meaning ‘small.’

Paulette – The name Paulette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘small’.

Paulille – The name Paulille is a girl’s name of French origin.

Pauline – Small

Pauline – The name Pauline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘small’.

Pawla – A compassionate and complex individual

Payge – Assistant

Payne – Rustic villager, A variation of the name Payen

Peita – French variation of Peta, origin meaning golden eagle, or rock, stone’.

Penelope – French form of Latin Penelope, meaning ‘weaver of cunning.’

Pennelope – French variation of Penelope, origin meaning weaver’.

Pensee – Thoughtful

Percy

Perenelle – Feminine form of name Petronille

Perette – French variation of Peta, origin meaning golden eagle, or rock, stone’.

Peridot – Birthstone, Yellow Green Gem, Precious Stone

Perle – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Perlette – French variation of Pearl, origin meaning pearl’.

Perline – French variation of Pearl, origin meaning pearl’.

Pernella – The name Pernella is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘rock’.

Perrette – French variation of Pierette.

Perrey – Perrey as a girl’s name is a variant of Perry (French), and the meaning of Perrey is ‘pear tree’.

Perrie – Perrie as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Perrie) is of French origin, and the meaning of Perrie is ‘pear tree’. Perrie is a variant of the French name Perry.

Perrine – Old Greek – Rock, Stone, A variant of Petra, A diminutive of Perrin

Petit – Name for a small person

Petronille – The name Petronille is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘yokel’.

Petunia – of the petunia flower

Peyson – Little Rock, A feminine form of Peter

Philippine – The name Philippine is a girl’s name of French, Polish origin meaning ‘lover of horses’.

Philis – French variation of Phyllis, origin meaning green bough’.

Phillipa – Lover of horses

Phillips – A lover of horses, to love from the heart

Phillis – French variation of Phyllis, origin meaning green bough’.

Philomene – A person who is loved and nurtured

Piaf – The name Piaf is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sparrow’.

Pierette – Pierette as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘rock’.

Pierina – Pierina as a girl’s name is a variant of Pierette (French).

Pierra – French variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Pierretta – Feminine form of Pierre

Pierretta – Rock

Pierrette – Feminine form of Pierre

Pierrette – The name Pierrette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘rock’.

Placide – French form of Latin Placida, meaning ‘calm, placid.’

Placidie – French variation of Placida. origin meaning tranquil, peaceful’.

Plaisance – Old French name meaning ‘pleasant.’

Platt – One who comes from the flat lands

Pleasance – Pleasance as a girl’s name has French origins. The meaning of Pleasance is ‘pleasing to the senses’. Is related to the name Pleasant.

Pomeline – The name Pomeline is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘apple’.

Pomme – The name Pomme is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘apple’.

Porcie – French variation of Portia, origin meaning pig, hog or doorway’.

Porter

Prew

Prewdence – French variation of Prudence, origin meaning caution’.

Primeveire – French – Primrose, Spanish – Springtime and in Latin it means born at the beginning of Spring

Prisca – French variation of Priscilla, origin meaning ancient’.

Priscille – French variation of Priscilla, origin meaning ancient’.

Provence – The name Provence is a girl’s name of French origin.

Prudentiane – French variation of Prudence, origin meaning caution’.

Prudenzia – French variation of Prudence, origin meaning caution’.

Prue – French variation of Prudence, origin meaning caution’.

Prune – Color of plum

Prune – The name Prune is a girl’s name of French origin.

Prunella – Brown

Prunelle – French variation of Prunella, origin meaning small plum’.

Prunellie – Brown

French girl names starting with Q

Quelina – French name for girls

Questa – The name Questa is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘one who seeks’.

Quincey – Quincey as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old French name Quincy. The meaning of Quincey is ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quinci – Quinci as a girl’s name is a variant of Quincey (Old French), and the meaning of Quinci is ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quincie – Quincie as a girl’s name is a variant of Quincey (Old French), and the meaning of Quincie is ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quincy – Quincy as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Quincy), is pronounced KWIN-see. It is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Quincy is ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quinsy – Quinsy as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old French name Quincy. The meaning of Quinsy is ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quita – Calm

Quiterie – tranquil

French girl names starting with R

Rachela – From Hebrew name Rachel meaning ewe

Rachelle – Lamb

Rachelle – The name Rachelle is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning ewe’.

Radelle – French name of German origin, meaning ‘counsel.’

Rafaella – French variation of Raphaela, origin meaning God has healed’.

Rafaila – French variation of Raphaela, origin meaning God has healed’, ‘God has healed’.

Raffelle – French variation of Raphaela, origin meaning God has healed’.

Raimonda – French variation of Ramona, origin meaning wise protector’, ‘wise protector’.

Raimunde – Feminine form of Norman French Raimund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Raina – Peaceful, Queen, Strong, A derivative name from the word Rai which means Paradise

Raine – The name Raine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘queen’.

Raison – Thinker

Raissa – A thinker, she who thinks

Ramonde

Ranae – One who is reborn or resurrected

Raoule – Raoule as a girl’s name is of French origin derived from the Old English name for Ralph meaning ‘wolf counsel’.

Raphaelle – Variation of Raphaela origin meaning God has healed’.

Raymonde – French variation of Ramona, origin meaning wise protector’.

Raymondine – French variation of Ramona, origin meaning wise protector’.

Rayne – Rayne means queen or leader. It can also be used as a boy’s name.

Reba – The name Reba is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘fourth born’.

Rebecca – The name Rebecca is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘servant of God’.

Regia – French variation of Regina, origin meaning queen’.

Regine – French form of Latin Regina, meaning ‘queen.’

Reina – Queen

Reine – Queen

Reine – French form of Latin Regina, meaning ‘queen.’ Compare with another form of Reine.

Reinette – The name Reinette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘little queen’.

Rema – A deeply loving and sensitive person

Remi – Remi, as a girl or boy’s name, has French origins. The meaning of Remi is ‘oarsman’. Is related to the name Remy.

Remie – Remie as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Remie), is a variant of Remy (French), and the meaning of Remie is ‘from Rheims’.

Remmy – Remmy as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the French name Remy. The meaning of Remmy is ‘from Rheims’.

Remy – Remy as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Remy), is of French origin, and the meaning of Remy is ‘from Rheims’.

Renada – A reborn woman

Renae – The name Renae is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘reborn’.

Renay – Renay as a girl’s name is a variant of Renee (French), and the meaning of Renay is ‘reborn’.

Rene – Rene as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Rene), is pronounced re-NAY, REN-ee. It is of French origin, and the meaning of Rene is ‘rebirth’.

Renee – Reborn, to rise again

Renee – Renee as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘reborn’.

Reneisha – Reneisha is a girl’s name meaning ‘reborn’ that comes from the French name Renee.

Renell – Renell as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘reborn’.

Renesmee – Meaning “rebirth,” this name has been popularized by the “Twilight” series of books and films, as Renesmee was the child of main characters Bella and Edward.

Renne – Renne as a girl’s name (also used as boy’s name Renne), is a variant of Renee (French), and the meaning of Renne is ‘reborn’.

Rhemy – Rhemy as a girl’s name is a variant of Remy (French), and the meaning of Rhemy is ‘from Rheims’.

Richarde – French variation of Richarda.

Richilde – French variation of Richarda.

Riva – Old French name meaning ‘bank, coast.’ Compare with another form of Riva.

Rivage – The name Rivage is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘shore’.

Rive – From the shore

Rive – From the shore

Rivera – Habitational name for someone who lives near the River

Robbyn – A flame that burns brightly

Robena – French variation of Robin, origin meaning bright fame’, ‘bright fame’.

Roberte – Feminine form of Norman French Robert, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Robertina – French variation of Roberta, origin meaning bright fame’.

Robina – The name Robina is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning bright fame’.

Robine – French variation of Roberta, origin meaning bright fame’, ‘bright fame’.

Robinetta – Small robin

Robinetta – Small robin

Robinette – Small robin

Robinette – Small robin

Rochel – She is a rock-like woman

Rochelle – The name Rochelle is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘little rock’.

Rochilda – A beautiful stone

Roesia – Rose

Roesia – A woman who is like a rose

Rohais – Rose

Rohais – Rose

Roial – Regal

Rolande – French variation of Rolanda, origin meaning famous in the land’.

Romaana – A woman who is from a Rome

Romaine – Romaine as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘citizen of Rome’. It is a feminine form of Romain.

Romana – From Rome

Romana – From Rome

Romanade – French variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romane – Romane as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Romane is ‘citizen of Rome’. Romane is related to the French name Romaine.

Romanette – French variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romany

Romayne – Romayne as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Romayne is ‘citizen of Rome’. Romayne is related to the French name Romaine.

Romeine – Romeine as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Romeine is ‘citizen of Rome’. Romeine is related to the French name Romaine.

Romene – Romene as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Romene is ‘citizen of Rome’. Romene is related to the French name Romaine.

Romilly

Romy – A person from Rome, or can also mean Rosemary

Ronaldette – French variation of Ronalda.

Ronaldine – French variation of Ronalda.

Rosaire – French name meaning ‘rosary.’

Rosalee – Rosalee as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rosaleen – She is a garden full of roses

Rosaley – Rosaley as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rosali – Latin – Rose, A variant form of name Rosalia

Rosalie – The name Rosalie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘rose’.

Rosalina – Gorgeous garden, a place for the very best to happen.

Rosalind – Latin – Rose, A variant form of name Rosalia

Rosalyn – Latin – Rose, A variant form of name Rosalia

Rosalyne – Rosalyne as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rosamonde – Rose

Rosamonde – A variation of the name Rose. It means rose.

Rose – A beautiful flower

Roselet – One who reselmbles a rose

Roselin – A woman whose hair is as red as a rose

Rosella – She who has all the beauty of a rose

Roselle – The name Roselle is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning she’.

Roselyn – Woman with rose-red hair

Roselyne – A woman with cheeks and lips of a rose

Rosemaria – Bitter flower

Rosemarie – The name Rosemarie is a girl’s name of French origin.

Rosemond – A pure rose of protection

Rosemonda – French variation of Rosamund, origin meaning horse protection’.

Rosemonde – French variation of Rosamund, origin meaning horse protection’.

Rosette – French diminutive form of Latin Rosa, meaning ‘little rose.’

Rosine – French variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Roux – Reddish-brown

Roux – A colour red, a colour of blood

Roxane – French form of Latin Roxana, meaning ‘dawn.’

Roxann – A brightness of the dawn

Roxanna – She who glows like a dawn

Roxanne – Dawn

Roxanne – Variant spelling of French Roxane, meaning ‘dawn.’ This is the preferred spelling used by the English.

Royale – Royale as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘regal’.

Royalene – Royalene as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalene is ‘regal’. Royalene is related to the French name Royale.

Royalina – Royalina as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalina is ‘regal’. Royalina is related to the French name Royale.

Royalla – Royalla as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalla is ‘regal’. Royalla is related to the French name Royale.

Royalle – Royalle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalle is ‘regal’. Royalle is related to the French name Royale.

Royalyn – Royalyn as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalyn is ‘regal’. Royalyn is related to the French name Royale.

Royalynne – Royalynne as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Royalynne is ‘regal’. Royalynne is related to the French name Royale.

Rozelie – Rozelie as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rozella – A rose from the rose garden

Rozelle – Rozelle as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rozellia – Rozellia as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rozely – Rozely as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Rosalie.

Rrenae – Rrenae as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘reborn’.

Rubaline – A gemstone of deep red colour

Rubie – A woman who is like a ruby

Ruby – Red jewel

Ruby – A precious red jewel

Rusti – A variation of Rusty, means a person witha red head

French girl names starting with S

Sabienne – French variation of Sabina, origin meaning Sabine’.

Sabine – French and German form of Roman Latin Sabina, meaning ‘Sabine, a follower of another religion.’

Sacha – French form of Russian unisex Sasha, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sage – Wise one

Saison – The name Saison is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘season’.

Salamanca – Salamanca as a girl’s name refers to the city in the west of Spain. It houses an ancient university which had been occupied by Hannibal, the Goths, the Moors, the French, and the English.

Salina – solemn

Salome – The name Salome is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘peace’.

Sandrine

Sandrine – The name Sandrine is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning defending men’.

Sara – Princess

Sarah – Princess

Sarese – Sarese as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sarette – French variation of Sarah, origin meaning princess’.

Sarotte – French variation of Sarah, origin meaning princess’.

Sasha – A helper and defender of mankind

Satin – The name Satin is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘smooth, shiny’.

Satine – Smooth, shiney

Satine – The name Satine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘smooth, shiny’.

Saverine – She who is stern

Savon – Soap maker

Scarlet – A gorgeous, deep rosy hue, the word “scarlet” evokes a world of color and vibrancy. Think of a rich and creamy lipstick, a field of radiant poppies, your baby’s sweet lips. Naming your daughter Scarlet will give her a colorful start in life. If you’re enamored of the heroine in ‘Gone With the Wind’ and want to name your girl after her, you’ll need to add an extra “t.” This double “t” version—Scarlett—is American parents’ preferred spelling.

Scarlett – This crimson color makes a sophisticated and vivid impression as a girls’ name. It leaves an indelible mark, thanks to actress Scarlett Johansson and Gone With the Wind heroine Scarlett O’Hara. The double-T is the most popular spelling and is trending in the top 20. That’s miles away from where the name debuted on the Social Security Administration rankings in 1940, a year after the movie was released. Musician Jack White and model and actress Molly Sims have daughters named Scarlett, while Sylvester Stallone’s daughter Scarlet has only one T to cross.

Scarletta – Scarletta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Scarletta is ‘red’. Scarletta is related to the name Scarlett.

Scarlette – Scarlette as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Scarlette is ‘red’. Scarlette is related to the name Scarlett.

Scherie – Scherie as a girl’s name is a variant of the French word ‘cherie’, meaning ‘dear’ or darling’.

Scout – Scout as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘to listen’. It is an occupational name for someone who gathers information quietly.

Scoutt – Scoutt as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Scoutt is ‘to listen’. Scoutt is related to the name Scout.

Searlait – Tiny and womanly

Sebastienne – Feminine form of French Sebastien, meaning ‘from Sebaste,’ a town in Asia Minor.

Seely – Seely as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old French name Seeley. The meaning of Seely is ‘blessed’.

Selena – Moon goddess

Seraphine – The name Seraphine is a girl’s name of Hebrew, French origin meaning ‘burning ones’.

Seva – French variation of Sebastiane, origin meaning from Sebastia’.

Sevastiane – French variation of Sebastiane, origin meaning from Sebastia’.

Severine – The name Severine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘stern’.

Sevigne – Madame de Sevigne – one of the greatest letter writers in history – created a body of correspondence shedding light on styles, fashions, opinions and much more about life in seventeenth century France.

Seychelle – The beautiful shells of the sea

Shanda – Shanda as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Shandelle – Shandelle as a girl’s name is of French/American origin meaning ‘candle’.

Shanel – Shanel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Shanell – Shanell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Shanelle – Channel

Shannel – Shannel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Shannelle – Shannelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Shantae – Stony place

Shantahl – Shantahl as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantahl is ‘stone’. Shantahl is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantal – Shantal as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantal is ‘stone’. Shantal is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantalle – Shantalle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantalle is ‘stone’. Shantalle is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantay – enchanted

Shante – Stony place

Shantel – Shantel as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantel is ‘stone’. Shantel is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantell – Shantell as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantell is ‘stone’. Shantell is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantella – Shantella as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shantella is ‘stone’. Shantella is related to the French name Chantal.

Shantelle – Shantelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘stone’.

Shanton – A woman who sings

Sharalin – Sharalin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sharalyn – Sharalyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sharay – Sharay as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Sharay is ‘darling’. Sharay is related to the French name Cherie.

Shardonay – Sparkling

Shareese – Shareese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meanign ‘cherry’.

Sharelyn – Sharelyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sharelynne – Sharelynne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sharice – Sharice is a girl’s name of Old French and English meaning ‘cherry’.

Sharilynn – Sharilynn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sharita – A dear person who is beloved by all

Shary – Shary as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Sharyse – Sharyse is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shaunda – Shaunda as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shaunda is ‘stone’. Shaunda is related to the French name Chantal.

Shaunta – Shaunta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shaunta is ‘stone’. Shaunta is related to the French name Chantal.

Shauntell – Shauntell as a girl’s name is a variant of the Old French name Chantal. The meaning of Shauntell is ‘stone’.

Shawnda – Shawnda as a girl’s name is a variant of the English name Shawna.

Shawnta – Shawnta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shawnta is ‘stone’. Shawnta is related to the French name Chantal.

Shawntile – Shawntile as a girl’s name is a variant of the Old French name Chantal. The meaning of Shawntile is ‘stone’.

Shawntille – Shawntille as a girl’s name is a variant of the Old French name Chantal. The meaning of Shawntile is ‘stone’.

Sheirys – Sheirys is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shenelle – Shenelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Sher – Sher as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sheralin – Sheralin as a girl’s name is of French and Old English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sheralynne – Sheralynne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherece – Sherece is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sheree – Sheree as a girl’s name is a variant of Cherie (French) and Sherry (English). Sheree means ‘dear, darling’.

Shereece – Shereece is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shereen – Shereen as a girl’s name is a variant of Cherie (French) and Sherry (English). Shereen means ‘dear, darling’.

Shereena – Shereena as a girl’s name is a variant of Cherie (French). Shereena means ‘dear, darling’.

Sherees – Sherees is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shereese – Shereese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shereeza – Shereeza is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherelle – Sherelle as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sheresa – Sheresa is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherese – Sherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherey – Sherey as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherez – Sherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sheri – Dear

Sheria – Sheria as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Sheria is ‘darling’. Sheria is related to the French name Cherie.

Sherice – Sherice as a girl’s name is of French and English origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sheriesa – Sherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sheril – Darling woman

Sherilin – Sherilin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherilyn – Darling, beloved

Sherise – Sherise as a girl’s name is of English/French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherissa – Sherissa is a girl’s name of Old French and English origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherita – One who is the dearest

Sherralin – Sherralin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherrelle – Sherrelle as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Sherrelle is ‘darling’. Sherrelle is related to the French name Cherie.

Sherrey – A darling girl

Sherrica – Sherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Sherrilyn – Sherrilyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherry – Sherry as a girl’s name is of English origin derived from the French meaning ‘dear’. Sherry also may be used in reference to the sweet wine, after the fashion of Brandy.

Sherrylene – Sherrylene as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherryline – Sherryline as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherrylyn – Sherrylyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherryse – Sherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shery – Shery as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear or darling’.

Sheryl – Darling, beloved

Sherylin – Sherylin as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Sherylyn – Sherylyn as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘dear’.

Shirece – ShSherese is a girl’s name of Old French origin meaning ‘cherry’.

Shiree – Shiree is a girl’s name of French origing meaning ‘dear, darling’.

Shonda – Shonda as a girl’s name is a variant of the Old French name Chantal. Shona means ‘stone’.

Shonta – Shonta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shonta is ‘stone’. Shonta is related to the French name Chantal.

Shontae – Being sung

Shontal – Shontal as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shontal is ‘stone’. Shontal is related to the French name Chantal.

Shontalle – Shontalle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shontalle is ‘stone’. Shontalle is related to the French name Chantal.

Shontelle – Shontelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Shontelle is ‘stone’. Shontelle is related to the French name Chantal.

Shuree – Shuree as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Cherie. Shuree means ‘dear, darling’.

Shynelle – Shynelle as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘pipe’.

Sibyla – Prophetess

Sibylle – French variation of Sibyl, origin meaning seer, oracle’, ‘prophetess’.

Sidaine – French variation of Sydney, origin meaning Saint Denis’, ‘from Sidon ‘.

Sidnee – Wide island

Sidney – Form of SYDNEY. from city of St. Denis

Sidni – Wide island

Sidnie – Wide island

Sidny – Wide island

Sidonia – Enticing

Sidonie – From Sidonia

Sidonie – The name Sidonie is a girl’s name of French, Latin origin meaning ‘from Sidon ‘.

Sidony – The name Sidony is a girl’s name of French origin.

Sigourney – The name Sigourney is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘daring king’.

Silana

Silana – Dignified

Silvie – French variation of Silvia, origin meaning from the woods’, ‘from the forest’.

Simone

Simone – Feminine form of French Simon, meaning ‘hearkening.’ Compare with other forms of Simone.

Simonette – French variation of Simone, origin meaning hearkening’.

Simonne – One who listens well

Sinclaire – A name of a prayer, one who prays

Sindhi – One who is like a little cinders

Sixtine – The name Sixtine is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘sixth-born’.

Slainie – Health

Slania – Health

Slanie – Health

Soazig – One who comes from France

Sofia – Means wisdom in Greek. A wise woman

Sojourner – The name Sojourner is a girl’s name of French, American origin meaning ‘to stay a while’.

Solaina

Solaina – Dignified

Solaine

Solaine – Dignified

Solange – Dignified, religious

Solange – The name Solange is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘solemn’.

Soleil – Soleil as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘sun’. Actress

Soleine – A woman with solemnity

Solene – The name Solene is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘with solemnity’.

Soleste – A woman who is heavenly

Sollemnia – One who is very religious

Solstice – The name Solstice is a girl’s name of French, English, Latin origin.

Sophia – She who posesses great knoledge and wisdom

Sophie – The name Sophie is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘wisdom’.

Sorel – Sorel can be a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘red-brown’ that is a variant of the Old French name Sorell.

Sorrel – Sorrel

Sorrell – Sorrel

Soubrette – Soubrette as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘conceited or coy’.

Spencer – Dispenser of provisions

Stefania – Crowned or crown of laurels

Stella – Star of the sea

Stephanie

Stephanie – Feminine form of French Stephane, meaning ‘crown.’

Suesana – Suesana as a girl’s name is a variant of the French name Suzanne.

Susanne – Lily

Susette – One who is like lily or a rose

Suzane – She who is like a flower, a lily or a rose

Suzanne – 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.

Suzanne – Suzanne as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘graceful lily’.

Suzette – The name Suzette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘lily’.

Suzonne – A lady who is like a rose

Sybille – French variation of Sibyl, origin meaning seer, oracle’, ‘prophetess’.

Sydnea – A person from a wide island

Sydnee

Sydnee – Derives from the male name Sidney which was the Anglicised version of the French ‘Saint Denis’.

Sydney – Uncertain meaning, The name may derive from a French place name for Saint Denis. Another theory states that this name comes from Old English for wide island. Sydney is easily recognized as the name of Australia”s oldest and largest city.

Sydney – Wide meadow

Sydni – Wide meadow

Sydnie – Wide meadow

Sylvaine – Feminine form of French Sylvain, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Sylvana – A lady of the woods

Sylvanna – A damsel of the woods

Sylvette – French variation of Silvia, origin meaning from the woods’, ‘from the forest’.

Sylviane – Variant spelling of French Sylvaine, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Sylvianne – French compound name composed of Sylvie ‘from the forest’ and Anne ‘favor, grace.’

Sylvie – The name Sylvie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘from the forest’.

Sylvina – A dame of the forest

Symone – She who is listening

French girl names starting with T

Tahlor – Tahlor as a girl’s name is of Middle English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Tahlor is ‘tailor’. Tahlor is related to the name Taylor.

Tailer – A form of taylor

Tailor – Tailor as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is of Middle English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Tailor is ‘tailor’. Tailor is related to the name Taylor.

Taiya – Meaning ‘taylor’ and an alternative spelling to the name Tayah.

Tali

Taliana – Goddess of beauty

Talie – French variation of Natalie, origin meaning birthday of the Lord’, ‘dew’, ‘to flourish’.

Talin – Unclear

Tallis – Woodland

Talyse – She who is a forest woman

Tarot

Tatienne – French form of Latin Tatiana, probably meaning ‘father.’

Tayah – A variant of the name Tylor or Taylor, meaning ‘tailor’ . May also be a pet name for Dorothea meaning ‘Gift of God’.

Tayce – silence

Tayelor – An occupational name for a tailor

Tayla – A variant of the name Tailor or Taylor, originally an occupational surname, meaning ‘tailor’ .

Taylar – Taylar is a French name taken from the word ‘taillour’ which means ‘tailor’ or ‘to cut’.

Tayler – Tayler as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is of Middle English and Old French origin, and the meaning of Tayler is ‘tailor’. Tayler is related to the name Taylor.

Taylor Grace – Taylor is a French name taken from the word ‘taillour’ which means ‘tailor’. Grace is a biblical name meaning ‘grace’ or ‘charm’.

Taylor-Ann – Taylor derives from Old French origin meaning ‘tailor’ and Ann is from Hebrew origin meaning ‘God has shown favour’.

Taylor – This English surname was the first occupational name to really hit the mainstream, and it’s easy to see why. Taylor is crisp and clean and well-suited for modern times, when fitted with the Y. The trendy, unisex name was embraced by soap operas from The Bold and the Beautiful to The OC. Once popular for boys, Taylor has achieved greater prominence as a girl’s name thanks to mega recording artist Taylor Swift.

Taylynn – Variant of Tayla, happy and joyful, at peace with herself.

Taylyr – A cutter, occupational name for a tailor

Tempest – Tempest as a girl’s name is of Old French origin meaning ‘turbulent or stormy’.

Tempesta – Tempesta as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Tempesta is ‘stormy’. Tempesta is related to the name Tempest.

Tempeste – Tempeste as a girl’s name is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Tempeste is ‘stormy’. Tempeste is related to the name Tempest.

Tempestt – Tempestt as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is of Old French origin, and the meaning of Tempestt is ‘stormy’. Tempestt is related to the name Tempest.

Tempist – Storm

Tempistt – Storm

Tempress – Storm

Tempteste – Storm

Tereson – French variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Therese – The name Therese is a girl’s name of German origin meaning ‘to reap, gather’.

Thomasette – French variation of Thomasina.

Thomasine – French variation of Thomasina.

Thomassia – French variation of Thomasina.

Thurrieua – She who loves thunder

Tierce – Third or one who owned a third part, a falcon

Tiffanie – Epiphany

Tiffney – Epiphany

Tilda – the strength or power in battle

Tilde – Short form of Norman French Matilde, meaning ‘mighty in battle.’

Tilly – Mighty battle maiden

Toinette – The name Toinette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘priceless one’.

Toinon – French variation of Antonia, origin meaning priceless one’, ‘priceless one’.

Tomasa – French variation of Thomasina.

Tonia – Priceless, Flower

Toulouse – One who belongs to the city Tolosa

Tracey – The meaning of the name Tracey is ‘place of Thracious’ or ‘belonging to Thracious’. It is also a variaion of the name Theresa which means ‘hunter’ or ‘guardian’.

Tracia – Who has come from the land of Thracius

Tracy – Derived from Old French origin meaning ‘place of Thracius’ derived from a surname taken from the name of a place in France.

Traice – One who is from thracia

Trais – The numeric Three

Travis – To cross over

Trayce – One who is from the Thricius

Tre – The third-born child

Triamour – One who loves three times

Trinetta – Little innocent

Trinette – A very little innocent child

Trinique – A pure or unique person

Trista – Trista as a girl’s name is of English origin and is a feminine form of Tristan meaning ‘noisy or full of sorrows’. The source was the name of a tragic male lover of Celtic legend. A young knight sent to retrieve Isolde, his king’s betrothed, from Ireland, they fall in love but the romance ended in grief. This ancient name might derive from a Pictish original, Drostan, but the form was influenced by the French term ‘triste’, meaning ‘sad’.

Tristan – an Arthurian hero

Troy – Son of a foot-soldier

Trudie – Curly haired region

Trudy – Curly haired

Tu – The name Tu is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘you’.

Tulip – Resembles as tulip floret.

Tumajina – French variation of Thomasina.

Turquoise – The name Turquoise is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘Turkish stone’.

Twyla – Twyla as a girl’s name is of English origin meaning ‘twilight or early evening’.

Tyla – Of Old French origin meaning ‘tailor’, a variant form of the English Taylor.

Typhaine – The name Typhaine is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘epiphany’.

French girl names starting with U

Urilla – Possibly a French feminine form of Hebrew Uriah, meaning ‘flame of Jehovah’ or ‘God is my light.’

Usha – Little bear

French girl names starting with V

Vafara – To be strong

Valentin – Strength or Health

Valentine – Feminine form of French Valentin, meaning ‘healthy, strong.’ Compare with masculine Valentine.

Valeraine – To be strong

Valere – To be strong

Valerie – The name Valerie is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘strength, health’.

Valery – Strength or Health

Vanille – The name Vanille is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘vanilla’.

Vanitee – Vanitee as a girl’s name is of French origin, and the meaning of Vanitee is ‘prideful’. Vanitee is related to the name Vanity.

Vanity – Vanity as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ’empty or inflated in pride’.

Vardar – French variation of Varda, origin meaning rose, pink’.

Varena – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’, ‘integrity’.

Vedetta – Sentry

Vedette – From the vale

Vedette – The name Vedette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘star, leading actor’.

Veira – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’, ‘she who brings victory, true image’.

Venise – French variation of Venice.

Ver – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Vera – The name Vera is a girl’s name of Russian origin meaning ‘faith’.

Verania – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Veranina – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Vere – Vere as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Vere), is of French origin. Place name of unknown meaning.

Verene – French form of Swiss/German Verena, possibly meaning ‘to fear, to respect.’

Verenice – French variation of Veronica, origin meaning she who brings victory, true image’.

Verna – Of the alder tree

Verone – French variation of Veronica, origin meaning she who brings victory, true image’.

Veronica – From the alder grove

Veronique – The name Veronique is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘true image’.

Veva – Pet form of French Genevieve, possibly meaning ‘race of women.’

Vianne – The name Vianne is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning grace’.

Victoire – The name Victoire is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘victory’.

Victoria – Victory, conquer

Victorin

Victorina – Victory

Victorine – French feminine form of Roman Victorinus, meaning ‘conqueror.’

Victrice – French variation of Victoria, origin meaning victory’.

Vicuska – Victory

Vida – Victory

Vienna – Life. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito.

Vignetta – Little vine

Vignette – Little vine

Villetta – Small town

Villette – The name Villette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘small town’.

Vincence

Vincentine – French variation of Vincentia.

Vinciane – French variation of Vincentia.

Viole – French variation of Viola, origin meaning violet’, ‘purple’.

Violetta – Little violet

Violette – French diminutive form of Latin Viola, meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Viollette – Little violet

Vionnet – The name Vionnet is a girl’s name of French origin.

Virginie – French variation of Virginia, origin meaning virginal, pure’.

Viridienne – The name Viridienne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘green’.

Viviane – French form of Latin Viviana, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’

Vivien – Full of life, lively or alive

Vivienne – Variant spelling of French Viviane, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’

Viviette – Pet form of French Viviane, meaning ‘alive, animated, lively.’

Vladka – Lively

Voleta – Veiled

Voletta – Veiled

Vrai

Vreni – French variation of Vera, origin meaning faith’.

Vyolette – French variation of Violet, origin meaning purple’.

French girl names starting with W

Wallace – A Welshman or A Celt

French girl names starting with X

Xaverie – French variation of Xaviera.

Xavierra – Owner of a new home

Xavierre – Owner of a new home

French girl names starting with Y

Yabell – Yabell as a girl’s name is a variant of Ysabel (French). Other similar baby names are Ysabell, Mabel, and Ysabelle.

Yabella – Yabella as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘one who is lovable’.

Yabelle – Yabelle as a girl’s name is a variant of Ysabel (French). Other similar baby names are Yzabelle, Mabelle and Ysabelle.

Yasmina – French form of Arabic Yasmin, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Yasmine – Variant spelling of French Yasmina, meaning ‘jasmine flower,’ a plant in the olive family.

Yevette – French variation of Genevieve, origin meaning tribe woman’, ‘yew tree’.

Ygraine – Variant spelling of French Igraine, meaning ‘maiden, virgin.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the wife of Uther Pendragon.

Ynes – Chaste

Ynez – Chaste

Yolanda – Violet

Yolande – French variation of Viola, origin meaning violet’, ‘violet flower’, ‘purple’.

Yolanthe – French variation of Violet, origin meaning purple’, ‘violet flower’, ‘violet flower’.

Yolonda – Violet

Ysabel – Ysabel as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘consecrated by God’.

Ysabell – Ysabell as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Ysabelle – Ysabelle as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘one who is lovable’.

Ysbel – Ysbel as a girl’s name is a variant of Ysabel (French). Other similar baby names are Mabel, Isobel, and Yabell.

Ysbella – Ysbella as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘one who is lovable’.

Yseult – Variant spelling of French Iseult, meaning ‘ice battle.’

Yvedt – Yvedt as a girl’s name is of French origin meaning ‘yew’.

Yvette – The name Yvette is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘yew tree’.

Yvonna – Archer

Yvonne – The name Yvonne is a girl’s name of French origin meaning ‘yew wood’.

French girl names starting with Z

Zacqueline – Zacqueline as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Zaidee – French variation of Sarah, origin meaning princess’.

Zakelina – Zakelina as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Zara – Princess or To Blossom

Zele – French variation of Zelia, origin meaning zealous, ardent’.

Zelie – The name Zelie is a girl’s name of French origin.

Zenaida – The name Zenaida is a girl’s name of French, Greek origin meaning ‘the life of Zeus’.

Zenaide – Variation of Zenaida origin meaning the life of Zeus’, ‘force of Zeus’.

Zenia – Ukranian variation of Xenia, origin meaning hospitable, welcoming’, ‘force of Zeus’.

Zenna – Ukranian variation of Xenia, origin meaning hospitable, welcoming’, ‘force of Zeus’.

Zenobie – French variation of Zenobia, origin meaning force of Zeus’.

Zephyrine – The name Zephyrine is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning ‘west wind’.

Zerline – The name Zerline is a girl’s name of Arabic, French origin meaning ‘beautiful dawn’.

Zhakelina – Zhakelina as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Zhaqueline – Zhaqueline as a girl’s name is of French origin.

Zoe – French form of Greek Zoe, meaning ‘life.’

Zola – Earth or Ball of Earth

Zuri – White or Light skinned

Zuria – White or Light skinned

Zurie – White or Light skinned