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Post by jess on Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:36 pm

Don't have a good name for your female role-play character?? Choose one of these!

((Please note that I got these names from a website called Moms Who Think...I did not make these up on my own.))

A names
Name - Origin - Meaning
Aaliyah Arabic, Hebrew high exalted, to ascend
Aasia Hindu
Aba African born on Thursday
Abbey Hebrew Father's joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent name.
Abbie Hebrew Father's joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent name.
Abby Hebrew Father's joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent names.
Abelia Hebrew Breath. The feminine form of Abel.
Abella Assyrian child
Abeo Nigerian Happy she was born.
Abey Native American leaf
Abha Hindu lustrous beauty
Abhilasha Hindu
Abia Arabic Great.
Abigail Hebrew Father's joy.
Abijah Hebrew The Lord is my father.
Abilene The name of a city in Texas.
Abina Ghanian Born on a Thursday.
Abiona Yoruban born on a journey
Abir Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: The fragrant one. Hebrew: Strong.
Abira Hebrew strong
Abra Hebrew The father of many. The feminine form of Abraham.
Abrianna Mother of many nations.
Abrienda Spanish Opening.
Acacia Greek Thorny, as in the Acacia tree.
Acadia Canadian Cadie, Caddie
Acanit Ugandan hard times
Acantha Greek A legendary nymph.
Accalia Latin The foster mother of Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome.
Acedia Czech
Achal Hindu steady, mountainous
Achazia Hebrew the Lord holds
Achen Ugandan a twin
Achilla Greek A handsome figure in Greek mythology. The feminine form of Achilles.
Achit Hindu
Achlys Greek mist, darknesss
Ada Teutonic Prosperous and joyful, happy.
Adabelle Joyous and beautiful. From Ada and Belle.
Adah Hebrew Adornment or ornament. A biblical name.
Adalgisa Old German noble hostage
Adalia Hebrew God is my refuge.
Adama Hebrew Of the red earth. The feminine form of Adam.
Adamina The earth.
Adamma Beautiful child.
Adana A city in Turkey.
Adar Hebrew Fire.
Adara Greek/Arabic Greek: Beauty. Arabic: Virgin.
Addi Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Addie Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Addisyn Addie, Addy, Addi
Addy Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Adela Noble and serene.
Adelaide Old German Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Adele French Noble. Also see Adelaide.
Adelicia Old English Noble and kind. Form of Adelaide and Alice.
Adelina Old German noble
Adelinda Noble and kind. From Adelaide and Linda.
Adeline Noble, kind.
Adelle Noble, kind.
Adelpha Greek Sisterly.
Ademia Greek without husband
Aden Arabic Fiery one.
Adena Hebrew delicate, sensual
Adeola Nigerian A crown.
Aderes Hebrew one who protects
Aderyn Welsh A bird.
Adesina Yoruban the way is opened for more
Adhira Hindu lightning
Adiba Arabic Cultured.
Adie Hebrew ornament
Adiel Hebrew An ornament of God.
Adila Arabic Equal, like.
Adima Teutonic Noble, famous.
Adina Hebrew Slender and delicate. A biblical name.
Adishree Hindu exalted
Aditi Hindu free and unbounded
Adiva Arabic pleasant, gentle
Adolfina German noble wolf, noble hero
Adolpha Teutonic A noble she-wolf. The feminine version of Adolf.
Adona Adonna, Adonne, Ady
Adoncia Spanish Sweet.
Adonia Greek A beautiful goddess. The feminine form of Adonis.
Adora Latin The adored one.
Adorabelle A combination of Adora and Belle.
Adorna Latin Adorned with jewels.
Adriana Latin A dark woman from the sea. The feminine form of Adrian. Generally an Italian name.
Adriano Greek Dark, rich.
Adrienne Dark, rich.
Aegea Greek Of the Aegean.
Aemilia From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors
Aeryn
Affrica Celtic Pleasant. Also from the name of the continent.
Afina Rumanian blueberry
Afra Dust.
Afraima Arabic/Hebrew Fruitful.
Afric Pleasant.
Africa Pleasant.
Afton Old English river name
Agape Greek Love.
Agate French A precious stone.
Agatha Greek Good, kind, honourable. St Agatha was a 3rd-century Sicilian martyr.
Aggie Good.
Aglaia Greek Splendour, splendid beauty. The goddess of harmony.
Agnes Greek Pure, chaste. The name of a saint of the Middle Ages.
Agneta Greek, Germanic pure
Ahava Hebrew name of a river, love
Ahimsa Hindu nonviolent virtue
Ahnada A city in Portugal.
Ahneta Latin Ambitious.
Ahuva Hebrew Beloved.
Ai Japanese love
Aida Helper.
Aidan Irish Gaelic The little fiery one.
Aide Prosperous and joyful, happy.
Aideen Shining, bright.
Aiesha Arabic Woman
Aijah
Aiko Japanese The little loved one, the beloved.
Aila Finnish light-bearer
Aileen Scottish The light of the sun. The Irish form of Helen.
Ailis Irish Gaelic The light of the sun. Form of Alice.
Ailish A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Ailsa Scottish After a rocky inlet known as Ailsa Craig.
Aimee French Beloved. A form of Amy.
Ain Arabic precious, eye
Aina Yoruban complicated delivery
Aine Irish Gaelic Brightness, radiance. Traditional name of the queen of the fairies in Celtic mythology.
Aingeal Irish Gaelic A heavenly messenger, an angel. Form of Angela.
Ainhoa Basque reference to virgin mary
Ainsley Old English/Scottish A meadow or clearing. Also a unisex name.
Aintzane Basque glorious
Airlia Greek Ethereal.
Aisha Arabic Life. The name of Mohamed?s third and favourite wife.
Aisling A vision or dream.
Aislinn A vision or dream.
Aissa African grateful
Aithne Celtic little fire
Aiyana Native American eternal bllom
Aja
Ajay Hindu unconquerable, god
Akaisha Irish the akaisha flower
Akako Japanese Red.
Akala Aboriginal A parrot.
Akana A mountain in Papua New Guinea.
Akanke Nigerian to know her is to love her
Akanksha Hindu
Akasma Turkish white climbing-rose
Akela Hawaiian noble
Akila Arabic Wise.
Akilah Arabic intelligent, logical
Akili Tanzanian wisdom
Akilina Latin eagle
Akina Japanese A spring flower.
Akriti Hindu
Aksana Russian Axana
Akshita Hindu
Akuti Hindu princess
Alaine The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Derived from a word that is used as a term of endearment by the Irish. The feminine form of Alan.
Alake Yoruban one petted
Alala Greek war goddess
Alameda Spanish A Poplar tree.
Alana Irish Gaelic The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Derived from a word that is used as a term of endearment by the Irish. The feminine form of Alan.
Alani Hawaiian An Orange tree.
Alankrita Hindu
Alanna The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Form of Alana.
Alaqua Native American A sweet Gum tree.
Alarice Teutonic The ruler of all. The feminine form of Alaric.
Alastrina Greek The protector of mankind. The feminine form of Alastair.
Alatea Spanish from Greek Truth.
Alavda French lark
Alazne Basque miracle
Alba Aboriginal A sand hill. Also see Albina.
Alberta Teutonic Noble and illustrious. The feminine form of Albert, and also the name of a Canadian province.
Albina Latin A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
Albinka Latin blond
Alcina Greek Strong-minded. A sorceress in Greek mythology.
Alda Teutonic Wise and rich.
Aldabella Italian Beautiful. From Leda and Bell.
Aldara Greek A winged gift.
Aldea Teutonic rich
Aldercy Old English a chief
Aldonza Spanish Sweet.
Aldora Old English Of noble rank.
Alejandra Spanish The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
Aleka Greek The defender, or helper of mankind. Form of Alexandra.
Aleksandra The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
Aleksia Danish/Norwegian The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
Alena A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
Aleshanee Native American She plays all the time
Alessa Protector of mankind.
Alessandra Italian The defender, or helper of mankind. Form of Alexandra.
Alesti Les
Aleta The little winged one.
Alethea Greek Truthful.
Alex The defender, or helper of mankind. A form of Alexander, but also used as an independent name.
Alexa Protector of mankind.
Alexandra Greek The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
Alexandria Defender of mankind.
Alexavia alex, xavia, lexa
Alexia The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine forms of Alexis. Also see Alexandra.
Alexina The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine forms of Alexis. Also see Alexandra.
Alexis Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Alfonsa Teutonic Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
Alfreda Teutonic A wise counsellor. Feminine form of Alfred.
Algerine Woman from Algeria.
Ali Arabic Exalted, or noble. A boy or girl's name.
Alia Noble, descender.
Alice Greek/Teutonic Greek: The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic: Noble. The name became popular after the publication of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books. Also see Alicia and Alison.
Alicia Greek/Teutonic Greek: The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic: Noble. A form of Alice, but often used as an independent name.
Alida Latin The little winged one.
Alike Nigerian girl who drives out beautiful women
Alima Arabic Skilled in dancing and music.
Alina Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Aline Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Alinga Aboriginal The sun.
Alisa Italian The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Also see Alicia and Alison.
Alisha Greek/Teutonic Greek The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic Noble. Also see Alicia and Alison.
Alison Old English The light of the sun. A boy or girl's name.
Alissa Truth, noble.
Alita Spanish noble
Alithia Greek/Teutonic Greek The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic Noble. Also see Alicia and Alison.
Aliya Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: Sublime, exalted. Hebrew: To ascend.
Aliz Hungarian kind
Aliza Modern Jewish Joy.
Alize One who charms.
Alka Polish Noble, brilliant.
Alkina Aboriginal The moon.
Alkira Aboriginal The sky.
Allayna Llaynie, Allie
Allegra Italian/Spanish Cheerful, joyous.
Allene Attractive, peaceful.
Allie The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Alexandra, Alice or Alison.
Allirea Aboriginal Quartz.
Allison Of noble birth.
Allora Aboriginal The place of the swamp. The name of a town in Queensland.
Allunga Aboriginal The sun.
Allyson Of noble birth.
Alma Latin/Celtic Latin: Of the soul. Celtic: Good.
Almeda Ambitious.
Almedha Welsh Shapely.
Almira Arabic Truth without question.
Alodia The light of the sun. Form of Alice.
Alodie Old English Wealthy, prosperous.
Aloha Hawaiian Greetings.
Alohi Hawaiian Brilliant.
Alona Hebrew From the Oak tree.
Alonsa Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
Alonza Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
Alouetta The little winged one.
Aloysia A famous warrior maiden. The feminine form of Louis.
Alpa Hindu
Alpha Greek The first one. First letter of the Greek alphabet.
Alta Latin Tall.
Altair Arabic, Greek bird, star
Althea Greek The healer, or wholesome.
Altheda Greek Flower-like.
Alula Latin A star in Ursa Major.
Aluma Hebrew A girl.
Alumit Hebrew secret
Alva Latin The white or blonde one. Also a nickname from Alvina.
Alvina Teutonic A beloved and noble friend. The feminine form of Alvin. Also see Elvina.
Alvira Latin/Teutonic Latin: The fair one. Teutonic: A true stranger.
Alvita Latin Vivacious, full of life.
Alyna Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
Alysa Greek princess
Alysia Greek Possessive. Also see Alicia.
Alyson Of noble birth.
Alyssa Greek The sane one. Also a form of Alicia.
Alzena Arabic A woman.
Ama Ghanian Born on Saturday.
Amabel Latin Lovable, the sweet one. Also see Mabel.
Amadea Latin Beloved of God.
Amadi Nigerian general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at
Amadika Zimbabwean The beloved one.
Amadis Latin love of god
Amadora Italian The gift of love.
Amaia Basque end
Amala Arabic Hope. Also see Amelia.
Amalie Teutonic Industrious, striving. Also see Emily.
Amana Hebrew Faithful or loyal.
Amanda Latin Worthy of being loved.
Amandeep Hindu light of peace
Amandine Latin beloved
Amandla African Power.
Amani Arabic An aspiration, a desire.
Amara Greek Unfading or eternal beauty.
Amarante French flower name
Amaranth Greek An unfading flower.
Amarina Aboriginal Rain.
Amaris Hebrew God has promised.
Amaryllis Greek A shepherdess. Also a flower name.
Amata Italian/Spanish Beloved. Form of Amy.
Amaya
Amazonia Greek Warlike. Also after the Amazon River.
Ambar Sanskrit Of the sky. A boy or girl's name.
Amber Arabic After the gemstone
Amberjill Old English
Amberley Hindu the sky
Ambika Hindi A mother.
Ambra Arabic After the gemstone
Ambria Bria, Amber, Ria
Ambrosine Greek The divine immortal one. The feminine form of Ambrose.
Amdis Latin immortal
Ameerah Arabic princess
Amelia Teutonic Industrious, striving. Also see Emily.
Amelinda Industrious, striving. Formed from Amelia and Linda.
Amena unknown honest woman
Ames Latin loves
Amethyst Greek The name of a semi-precious stone.
Ami Japanese friend
Amice Latin Friendship. Also see Amity.
Amina Arabic Honest, faithful.
Aminta Greek The protector.
Amira Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: A princess. Hebrew: Speech.
Amisha Hindu
Amissa Hebrew friend
Amita Hindu without limits
Amitola Native American rainbow
Amity Latin Friendship. Also see Amice.
Amoke Yoruban to pet her
Amorina Love.
Amorita Latin The little beloved one.
Amrita Sanskrit Immortal.
Amy Old French Beloved. Also a nickname from Amelia.
An Chinese/Vietnamese Chinese: Peace. Vietnamese: Safety.
Ana Russian from Greek She who will rise again.
Anabelle Latin Lovable
Anahid Armenian Goddess of the Moon
Anais Pure, chaste.
Anamika Hindu
Anan Arabic Of the, clouds.
Anana African Soft, gentle.
Ananda Sanskrit Joyful.
Anani Hawaiian orange tree
Anar Hindu Anaar
Anastasia Russian from Greek She who will rise again. The name of a 4th-century saint.
Anata Babylonian The goddess of the earth.
Anatola Greek From the east. The feminine form of Anatole, Anatholia, Anatolia.
Anaya Latin Anaia
Anca Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Ancelin Old French A spear attendant. The feminine form of Lancelot.
Anchoret Free from shame, or much loved.
Ancika Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Ancilla Latin A handmaiden.
Andea A woman of the Andes.
Andie Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
Andras Norwegian Breath.
Andraya trusted by God, royalty Ray, Rai, Raya
Andrea Greek Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
Andreana Latin womanly
Andria Italian love, joy
Andromache Greek/Teutonic From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
Andromeda Greek A ruler of men. A heroine of Greek legend, who was rescued from a sea monster by Perseus.
Andy Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
Aneira Welsh Truly golden. The feminine form of Aneurin.
Anemone Greek A wind flower. A mythological nymph who turned into a flower.
Aneya Neya
Anezka Czech Pure, chaste. Form of Agnes.
Angela Greek A heavenly messenger, an angel. Also see Angelica.
Angelica Latin The angelic one. Also a form of Angela and a plant name.
Angeni Native American spirit angel
Angevin French angel of wine
Angharad Welsh Free from shame, or much loved.
Angwen Welsh Very handsome.
Aniela Italian/Polish A heavenly messenger, an angel. Form of Angela.
Anika Very beautiful.
Anila Sanskrit Of the wind.
Anisa Arabic friendly
Anita Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Anitra A name created by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen for his play Peer Gynt.
Anja
Anjali Hindu
Anjana Hindu
Anka Aboriginal A barramundi. Also see Anne.
Ankareeda night star, graceful, shining Anka, Anki, Ank, Raida
Anke Hebrew grace
Ankita Hindu
Ann Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Ann-Margret From Anne and Margaret. Anne - Grace, or favoured by God. Margaret - A pearl.
Anna Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Annabel Combination of Anna (grace) and Belle (beautiful).
Annabeth unknown Anabeth
Annalise Gracious and consecrated to God.
Annalynn Annalynne, Analyn, Analynne, Annalisa
Annamaria Grace, or favoured by God. From Anna and Maria.
Annapurna Hindu one of the Hindu Goddesses
Annata Italian Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
Anne Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Anneliese German/Scandinavian From Anne and Liese. Anne - Grace, or favoured by God. Liese - Consecrated to God.
Annette Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Annice Old English Pure, chaste. Form of Agnes.
Annika Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Anninka Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Annissa Arabic Charming, gracious.
Annora Latin honor
Annunziata Italian The bearer of news.
Anona Latin Of the harvest.
Anoush Armenian Sweet.
Anselma Teutonic A divine helmet. The feminine form of Anselm.
Anshu Hindu
Anstice Russian from Greek The resurrected one. A boy or girl's name.
Anteia Greek A mythological figure.
Anthea Greek Flower-like.
Antigone Greek A name featured in mythology and implying strength of character.
Antionette Latin Flourishing, praiseworthy. From the name Antonia.
Antje German grace
Antoinette Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Antonia Latin Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Antonie Worthy of praise. Feminine form of Anthony.
Anupama Hindu
Anuradha Hindu a bright star
Anusia Greek/Polish Grace, or favoured by God. Forms of Anne.
Anusree Hindu pretty
Anvita Hindu
Anya Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
Anzu Japanese An apricot.
Aolani Hawaiian A heavenly cloud.
Apanie Aboriginal Water.
Apara Nigerian One who comes and goes.
Aparajita Hindu
Aparna Hindu same as Parvati
Aphra Hebrew Dust.
Aphrodite Greek The mythological goddess of beauty, love and fertility.
Apirka Gaelic pleasant
Apolline Greek The sun, sunlight.
Apollonia Greek Belonging to Apollo.
Aponi Native American butterfly
April Latin From April, the first month in the Roman calendar, and the beginning of spring.
Aqua Latin A gemstone and colour name. From the name Aquamarine.
Aquamarine Latin A colour name.
Aquaria Latin After the zodiac sign and constellation of Aquarius.
Aquene Native American peace
Arabella Latin A beautiful altar.
Arabelle German beautiful eagle
Araceli Latin alter of heaven
Arachne Greek A mythological maiden who was turned into a spider.
Araluen Aboriginal The place of waterlilies. A boy or girl's name.
Araminta Greek A beautiful, fragrant flower.
Arashel Hebrew strong and protected hill
Araxie Armenian river said to inspire poetic expression
Arcadia Greek After Arcady, a mountainous region of Greece.
Arda Armenian
Ardath Hebrew A field of flowers.
Ardelia Latin zealous
Ardelle Latin Warm and enthusiastic.
Arden Old English/Latin Old English: A dwelling place. Latin: Ardent and sincere. A boy or girl's name.
Ardere Latin fire
Ardine Warm and enthusiastic.
Ardis Warm and enthusiastic.
Arella Hebrew angel messenger
Areta Greek Virtuous, one of untarnished reputation.
Aretha Greek the best, nymph
Aretina Greek virtous
Arezou Persian Wishful.
Argenta Latin The silvery one.
Aria Latin A beautiful melody.
Ariadne Greek The holy one.
Ariana Like a beautiful melody.
Ariane The holy one.
Aricia Greek princess of the royal blood of Athens
Ariella Hebrew God's lioness.
Arielle Ethereal.
Ariene Welsh silvery
Arika Aboriginal A waterlily.
Arilda German A hearth maiden.
Arinya Aboriginal A kangaroo.
Arista Greek The best.
Ariza Hebrew A Cedar tree.
Arlene A modern name of uncertain origin.
Arlette Teutonic An eagle.
Arlynda Pledge.
Armada Spanish The armed one.
Armelle French/Celtic A princess.
Armilla Latin A bracelet.
Armina Teutonic A warrior maid. The feminine form of Herman. Also See Erma.
Armorel Gaelic the one who lives by the sea.
Armynel French A woman of the army. The feminine form of Armand.
Arnalda Teutonic Strong as an eagle. Feminine form of Arnold.
Arnisha
Arnurna Aboriginal A blue waterlily.
Aroha Maori love
Arora Aboriginal A cockatoo.
Arran The name of a Scottish island. A boy or girl's name.
Artemis Greek Perfect. The name of the Greek goddess of the moon and hunting.
Artemisia Greek belonging to artemis
Arti Indonesian A popular girl's name.
Aruna Sanskrit The dawn.
Arushi Hindu
Arva Greek An eagle.
Arziki African Hausa prosperity
Asa Hebrew/Japansese Hebrew: The healer, a physician. A biblical name. Japanese: The morning. A boy or girl's name.
Asella After St Asella, who was described as `a flower of the Lord'.
Asenette Hebrew
Asenka Hebrew graceful
Asha Sanskrit Hope.
Ashamed Hebrew Ashes
Ashima Hindu
Ashira Hebrew Wealthy.
Ashleigh Old English An Ash tree meadow or wood.
Ashley Old English From the Ash tree.
Ashling Irish Gaelic A vision or dream.
Ashrita Hindu
Asia Greek East
Asisa Hebrew Ripe.
Askini Hindu daughter of Prajapati Virat
Asmara An Ethiopian city.
Asmita Hindu pride
Aspasia Greek Welcome.
Aspen
Assunta Italian From the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
Asta Greek/Old Norse A star. Also a short form of Astrid.
Aster Greek After the flower.
Astera Hebrew flower name
Astra Greek like a star
Astrea Greek Innocence. The Greek goddess of justice, who left earth and became a constellation.
Astrid Old Norse Divine strength.
Atalanta Greek The name of a swift runner in classical mythology.
Atara Hebrew a crown
Atarah Hebrew A crown. A boy or girl's name.
Athalia Hebrew God is exalted.
Athanasia Greek Immortal.
Athela Old English Noble.
Athena Greek A wise woman. After Athene, the Greek goddess of wisdom.
Atifa Arabic affection
Atin Indonesian A common girl's name.
Atiya Arabic A gift.
Atlanta Greek The name of a swift runner in classical mythology.
Atmaja Hindu daughter
Aubina A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
Aubine A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
Audlin pale, pallid
Audora
Audrey Old English Strong and noble, regal. A Shakespearian character in As You Like It.
Audun Norwegian deserted
Augusta Latin Majestic, or revered. The feminine form of Augustus.
Aundy Norwegian new prosperity
Aura Latin/Greek Latin A gentle breeze. Greek of the air.
Aure Greek breeze, soft-air
Aurelia Latin Golden.
Aurkene Basque presentation
Aurora Latin Daybreak. The goddess of the dawn.
Ausiana Aussi, Anna, Aussie
Autumn Latin autumn
Ava Greek An eagle.
Avalon The legendary island where King Arthur is supposedly buried. Also a Sydney placename.
Avani Hindu
Avanti Hindu ancient Malwa
Avantika Hindu
Avara Sanskrit The youngest.
Avasa Hindu independent
Avel Greek/Hebrew/Russian Breath. A boy or girl's name.
Aveline Old French From a placename. Also see Evelyn.
Avena Latin From the Oat field.
Aveolela Samoan rays of the sun
Avera Hebrew A transgressor.
Averah A transgressor.
Averil Old English The slayer of the boar.
Avery Old English The ruler of the elves. A boy or girl's name.
Avice French Warlike.
Avis Latin A bird. Also a variation of Avice.
Aviva Modern Jewish Of the springtime.
Avoca Irish A sweet valley.
Avril French From April, the first month in the Roman calendar, and the beginning of spring. French form of April.
Awsta Welsh Majestic, or revered. The Welsh form of Augusta.
Awusi Ghanian Born on a Sunday.
Axelia Greek protector of mankind
Axelle Teutonic The father of peace. The feminine form of Axel.
Ayala Modern Hebrew A deer.
Ayame Japanese Iris
Ayasha Muslim muhammads wife
Ayelin Ayla, Linn
Ayesha Life. The name of Mohamed?s third and favourite wife.
Ayiana American Indian eternal bllom
Ayita Native American worker
Ayla Hebrew oak tree
Aylwen Welsh A fair brow.
Ayme
Ayse Turkish
Ayseg?l Turkish
Ayushi Hindu
Ayushmati Hindu person who has a long life
Azadeh Latin, Persian dry earth; detached, free of material things
Azalea Latin/Teutonic Latin Dry: Earth. Teutonic Noble: Cheer. Also a flower name.
Azalia Hebrew spared by jehovah
Azaria Hebrew Helped by God. A boy or girl's name.
Azarni Japanese A thistle flower.
Aziza Arabic The cherished one.
Azland Aza, Azalyn
Azra Arabic Virginal.
Azrael Az
Azura Old French From the Persian for blue sky.

B names

Name - Origin - Meaning
Baako African first born
Babette The foreigner or stranger.
Bacia Ugandan family deaths ruined the home
Bageshwari Hindu
Baji joyful Jiji
Baka Hindu crane
Bakana Aboriginal A lookout.
Bakarne Basque solitude
Bala Sanskrit A young girl.
Balbina Latin strong, stammers
Bambalina Italian Little girl.
Bambi Child.
Banan Arabic fingertips
Bansari Hindu Bansuri
Bara Hebrew to choose
Barakah Arabic white one
Barb Latin The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Barbara Latin The foreigner or stranger.
Barbie Latin The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Bari French, Celtic, Welsh spear thrower, son of Harry, marksman
Barika Swahili Successful.
Barina Aboriginal The summit.
Barnadine Bold as a bear. From the name Bernard.
Barretta unknown a cap
Basha Hebrew, Greek, Polish daughter of God, stranger
Basia Polish The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Basilia Greek Queenly, regal. The feminine form of Basil.
Basimah Arabic The smiling one.
Bates unknown
Bathilde Teutonic The commanding maiden of war.
Bathsheba Hebrew The daughter of the oath, or the seventh daughter. The wife of King David in the Bible.
Batyah Modern Hebrew The daughter of God.
Bayo Nigerian to find joy
Beata Latin Blessed.
Beatrice Latin The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Beatriz Blessed.
Beau French Handsome or beautiful. A boy or girl's name.
Bebe French baby
Beccalynn English Becca, Lyn, Becky
Beckie A heifer or a knotted cord.
Becky A heifer or a knotted cord.
Beda Old English A warrior maiden.
Bedelia Old English Strength.
Bega Aboriginal Beautiful. A town in New South Wales.
Begonia A flower name.
Behira Hebrew The brilliant one.
Bel Hindu sacred wood apple tree
Bela Hungarian The white one. A boy or girl's name.
Belda French A beautiful lady.
Belicia Spanish dedicated to god
Belina French A goddess.
Belinda Italian Beautiful.
Belita Spanish The beautiful one.
Belladonna Italian beautiful woman
Bellanca Greek stronghold
Belle French Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Bellona Latin After the Roman goddess of war.
Belva Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Belvia Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Benedicta Latin Blessed. The feminine form of Benedict.
Benilda Latin Benign - of good intentions.
Benita Daughter of my right hand. Feminine form of Benedict.
Benquasha Native American daughter of Ben
Benta Hebrew The wise one.
Beranger French courage of a bear
Berdine Teutonic A glorious maiden.
Berenice Greek The bringer of victory. Also see Veronica.
Berit Old German bright, glorious
Bernadette French from Teutonic As brave as a bear. The feminine form of Bernard. Generally a Catholic name.
Bernadine Bold as a bear. From the name Bernard.
Bernia Old English A maiden of battle.
Bernice Brings victory.
Bernina After a peak in the Swiss Alps.
Berry Old English A fruit or berry. Also a nickname from Berenice and Bernadette.
Berta A bright or famous pledge. The feminine form of Gilbert.
Bertana Aboriginal The day.
Bertha Teutonic Bright and shining. Also see Roberta.
Berthilda Old English A shining warrior maid.
Berwyn Welsh Fair-haired, or a bright friend. A boy or girl's name.
Beryan Cornish The name of a saint.
Beryl Greek A precious green jewel.
Bess Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bessie Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bessy Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Beta Czech dedicated to god
Beth Hebrew house of god
Bethan Welsh A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Bethany Hebrew A house of poverty. A placename from the New Testament.
Bethel Hebrew The house of God.
Bethesda Hebrew A house of mercy. A place mentioned in the Bible.
Bethia Hebrew The daughter of God.
Bethshaya English Beth, Shaya, Shay
Betrys Welsh The blessed one. She who brings joy. Form of Beatrice.
Betsey A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Betsy A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Bette Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bettie Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bettina Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Betty Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Beulah Hebrew The married one. Also a biblical placename.
Beverley Old English From the stream of the beaver. Originally derived from a surname.
Beverly Old English From the stream of the beaver. A boy or girl's name.
Bevin Irish Gaelic Sweet voiced, melodious.
Bharati Hindu
Bhavya Hindu
Bhayana Hindu
Bhoomi Hindu earth
Bian Vietnamese Secretive, or hidden.
Bianca Italian Fair-haired, or of a fair complexion. Form of Blanche. Used by Shakespeare for characters in two of his plays.
Bibi Arabic A lady.
Biddy Irish Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. From the name Bridget.
Bijal Hindu
Billie Teutonic A wise ruler or protector. Feminine form of Billy and William, and also a diminutive of Wilhelmina.
Bina Hebrew Intelligence, understanding. Also a Diminutive of Sabina.
Binda Aboriginal Deep water.
Bindiya Hindu
Binty Swahili Daughter
Birdie Modern English A little bird.
Birget Norwegian protecting
Birgit Scandinavian Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. Forms of Bridget.
Birgitta Scandinavian Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. Forms of Bridget.
Birgitte Scandinavian Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. Forms of Bridget.
Birkita Celtic strength
Blaine Irish Gaelic Thin. A boy or girl's name.
Blair Scottish Gaelic From the plain or field. A boy or girl's name.
Blaise Latin One who lisps or stammers. A boy or girl's name.
Blake Old English Fair-haired. A boy or girl's name.
Blanche Old French Fair-haired, or of a fair complexion. Also see Bianca and Blondelle.
Blanda Teutonic dazzling
Blaze A flame.
Blenda Beautiful. From the name Belinda.
Blinda Beautiful. From the name Belinda.
Blinn
Bliss Old English Joy, gladness.
Blodwen Welsh White flower, or blessed flower.
Blondelle French The little blond or fair one. Also see Bianca and Blanche.
Blossom Old English A flower or bloom.
Bluma Old German a flower, bloom
Bly Native American high, tall
Blythe Old English Joyous and cheerful. A boy or girl's name.
Bo Old Norse/Chinese Old Norse: A householder. Chinese: Precious. A boy or girl's name.
Bo-Bae Korean treasure, precious
Boa
Bobbi Bright fame, famous. Feminine form of Robert. Also see Robin.
Bobbie Teutonic Famous, bright fame. A boy or girl's name.
Bobby Teutonic Famous, bright fame. A boy or girl's name.
Bodil Old Norse A battle maiden.
Bohdana Russian from god
Bona Latin Good.
Bonita Spanish Pretty.
Bonnie English/Scottish Fine, pretty. Also see Bonita.
Bonny English/Scottish Fine, pretty. Also see Bonita.
Borgny Norwegian help, new
Boronia A plant name.
Bracha Hebrew a blessing
Brandee Brandy, after dinner drink.
Brandi beacon light
Brandie Dutch Brandy, fine wine.
Brandy Dutch Brandy, fine wine. Also a feminine form of Brandon.
Branka Slowenian
Branwen Welsh Beautiful, or a holy raven.
Breda A city in the Netherlands.
Bree Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. From the name Bridget and Briana, but also an independent name.
Brenda Old Norse A flaming sword.
Brenna Irish Gaelic Raven-haired.
Bretta Celtic from Britain
Briallen Welsh A Primrose.
Briana Celtic Noble, honourable. The feminine form of Brian.
Brianna See Brian.
Brianne See Brian.
Briar Middle English A thorny plant.
Bridget Irish Gaelic Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. St Brigid is one of Ireland's patron saints.
Bridgit Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. From the name Bridget.
Brie Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. From the name Bridget and Briana, but also an independent name.
Brier French heather
Brietta Celtic strong
Brigit Strong.
Brigitte French/German Strong, spirited. An ancient Celtic goddess. From the name Bridget.
Brilynn strength, casade
Brina Celtic protector
Briony A vine-like plant.
Brit From the name Britannia.
Britany From the name Brittania.
Brites Celtic strength
Britt A Swedish form of Bridget.
Brittania From Brittain, British.
Brittany Latin Britain. Also the name of a French province.
Brittnee From Britain.
Brodie Irish Gaelic A ditch. A boy or girl's name.
Bron African The source.
Brona Irish Sorrow.
Bronnen Cornish A rush.
Bronte English From the surname of the Bronte sisters, novelists Anne, Charlotte and Emily.
Bronwen Welsh White or fair breasted.
Bronwyn Welsh fair breast
Bronya Slavonic Armour, protection.
Brook Old English At the brook or stream. A boy or girl's name.
Brooke Old English At the brook or stream. A boy or girl's name.
Bruna Teutonic Brown, or dark-haired. The feminie form of the boy's name Bruno. Also see Bruella.
Brunella Teutonic/Italian Brown-haired. Also See Bruna.
Brunhilde Teutonic An armed warrior maiden. The name given to a warrior queen in Germanic legend.
Bryanne Strong one.
Brygid Polish Strength.
Brygida Irish Gaelic: Strong, spirited. An ancient. Celtic: Goddess. St Brigid is one of Ireland's patron saints.
Bryher Celtic The name of one of the Scilly Isles, off the coast of Cornwall.
Bryn Welsh A hill. A boy or girl's name.
Bryna Irish Strength.
Bryony Greek A vine-like plant.
Brysen
Buena Spanish Good.
Buffy A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Bunny English A little rabbit.
Bunty English Originally used as a pet count, perhaps meaning a lamb.
Burdette Courageous.
Burilda Aboriginal A black swan.
Buttercup A flower name.
Butterfly A butterfly.

C names

Name - Origin - Meaning

Cade Pure.
Cadee Pure.
Cadence Latin Rhythmic.
Cadrian Rhian
Caelyn loved forever Cay
Cai Vietnamese
Cailey
Cailin Gaelic A girl.
Caimile African A family is born.
Cairine Gaelic Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cairistiona Scottish Gaelic A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Cait Irish Gaelic Pure, virginal.
Caitlin Irish Gaelic Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Caitlyn Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Caitrin Irish Gaelic Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Caja Cornish A daisy.
Cala Arabic castle
Calandra Greek A lark.
Calantha Greek A beautiful blossom.
Caledonia Latin A woman from Scotland.
Calendre Greek
Caley Irish Gaelic Slender. A boy or girl's name.
Calida Latin Warns and loving.
Calista Greek The most beautiful one.
Calix Very handsome.
Calixte Very beautiful.
Calla Greek Beautiful.
Callan German chatter
Callia French Beautiful.
Callidora Greek The gift of beauty.
Calliope Greek A beautiful voice. The muse of poetry in Greek mythology.
Callista Most beautiful.
Callisto Greek/Latin Greek: A mythological nymph. Latin: The beautiful little one.
Caltha Latin yellow flower
Calypso Greek A legendary sea nymph. Also a West Indian style of music.
Cam Vietnamese, English orange fruit, sweet, beloved, referring to the sun
Cambria Latin An ancient name for Wales.
Camelai Latin flower name
Camellia A flower name.
Cameo Italian An engraved gem.
Camilla Latin From a Roman family name, possibly meaning noble.
Camille Latin Virginal, unblemished character. Also from a Roman family name. A boy or girl's name.
Camira Aboriginal Of the wind.
Canace Greek The daughter of the wind.
Candace English/Latin Possibly meaning brilliant white or clarity. The name of several queens of Ethiopia, and mentioned in the Bible.
Candice Possibly meaning brilliant white or clarity. From the name Candace.
Candida Latin White.
Candide Dazzling white.
Candie Possibly meaning brilliant white From the name Candace.
Candra Latin Luminescent.
Candy English The sweet one. Also a nickname from Candace and Candida.
Cantara Arabic small bridge
Caoimhe Celtic gentleness, beauty, grace
Capri Italian island.
Caprice Italian Unpredictable, whimsical.
Cara Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Caragh Irish Love.
Carajean sweet melody Cari
Caralee From Cara and Lee. Cara - Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one. Lee - A meadow or a clearing.
Caralyn From Cara and Lynn. Cara - Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one. Lynn - A waterfall.
Cardinia Aboriginal The dawn.
Caren Pure. Also see Catherine, Karen and Kathleen.
Carensa Love.
Carenza Love.
Caresse Beloved.
Carew Latin run
Carey Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Carha A pillar stone.
Cari Turkish flows like water
Carin Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Carina Aboriginal A bride. Also see Cara.
Carine Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Carissa Latin The most beloved one.
Carla A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carleigh German freeholder
Carlen Teutonic woman
Carley A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carlie A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carlin Cornish/IrishGaelic Cornish: From the fort by the pool. Irish Gaelic: The little champion. A boy or girl's name.
Carlina Italian A free person.
Carling Old English hill wehre old women or witches gather
Carlota A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carlotta A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carly A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carmel Hebrew A garden or orchard.
Carmela Italian A garden or orchard.
Carmelita Spanish A garden or orchard.
Carmen Spanish A garden or orchard.
Carmine A garden or orchard.
Carmita A garden or orchard.
Carna Arabic horn
Carnation A flower name.
Carnelian The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Carol A free person.
Carolena Little and womanly.
Caroline A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Carolyn From the name Carol and Linda. Carol - A free person. Lyn - A waterfall.
Caron French pure
Carreen English A character in Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind. Also see Cara.
Carrie English A free person.
Carrieann Gracious and womanly.
Carrigan Gaelic
Carrington Old English beautiful
Carryl Welsh Love. Also see Carol.
Cary Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Caryn Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Carys Welsh The beloved one.
Cascadia Greek Cassie, Cass, Cassi, Cassee
Casey Irish Gaelic The vigilant one. A boy or girl's name.
Casilda Latin of the home
Casondra Not to be believed.
Cassandra Greek In legend, a Trojan princess with the gift of prophecy.
Cassia Hebrew From the Cassia tree, a variety of cinnamon. Also see Kezia.
Cassiel Latin angel of saturday, the earthy mother
Casta Latin Pure and modest.
Castalia Greek A mythological figure.
Catalin Wizard.
Catalina Spanish Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Catalonia Spanish A region of Spain.
Catarina Portuguese Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Catava African name from a proverb
Caterina Italian Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cathay An archaic name for China.
Cathee Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Catherine Greek Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cathie Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cathleen Irish Pure, virginal. Also see Catherine.
Cathlene Irish Pure, virginal. Also see Catherine.
Cathy Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Catrin Welsh Pure.
Catriona Gaelic Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cauvery Hindu Cavery
Cayla Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Cayleigh Gaelic party
Ceana God is gracious.
Cecania German free
Cecia Seesha, Sessi
Cecile Blind.
Cecilia Latin The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Cecily Irish The blind one, or the sixth. .
Ceinwen Welsh Blessed and fair.
Celandia Greek the swallow
Celandine A flower name.
Celena Greek The goddess of the moon.
Celene Greek The goddess of the moon.
Celeste Latin Heavenly.
Celestyn Polish Heaven.
Celia The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Celie French The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Celina Greek The goddess of the moon.
Celine Greek The goddess of the moon.
Cerdwin Celtic the mother Goddess
Cerelia Latin of the spring
Ceres Latin The Roman goddess of corn and tillage.
Ceridwen Welsh Fair poetry.
Cerise French Cherry red.
Chaitaly Hindu
Chaitra Hindu aries sign
Chalsie Seaport.
Chana Gracious.
Chanah Hebrew grace
Chance Old French A church official or chancellor. A boy or girl's name.
Chandani Sanskrit name of the goddess devi
Chandi Sanskrit angry name of goddess sakti
Chandra Sanskrit A shining moon. A boy or girl's name.
Chane Hindu, Swahili name of a god, dependability
Chanel French The name of a famous perfume.
Chantal French From a family name meaning stone or boulder. The name has also come to mean a little singer.
Chantel Rocky land or singer.
Charis Greek Grace, the graceful one.
Charisma Greek grace
Charissa Greek grace
Charisse Grace, beauty, kindness.
Charity Latin Loving and benevolent. One of the three Graces in Greek mythology.
Charla Womanly, full grown. Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charlee Womanly, full grown. Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charleen A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charleigh Man.
Charlene A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charline Womanly, full grown. Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charlot Womanly, full grown. Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charlotte Womanly, full grown. Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Charmaine Greek Delightful.
Charmian Latin From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Charo A free person. From the name Carol.
Charu Hindu
Chastity Latin Pure and chaste.
Chavi Female child.
Chay Old German man
Chaya Hebrew life
Chaylen Aylen
Chelle Like the Lord. A feminine form of Michael. Also see Michaela.
Chelsa Harbour.
Chelsea From the name of a fashionable London suburb.
Chelsi Seaport.
Chelsia Harbour.
Chenoa Native American A white dove.
Cher French The beloved one.
Cheri The beloved one.
Cherie Beloved.
Cherilyn English Derived from Cher or Cheryl and Lynn. Cher and Cheryl - The beloved one. Lynn - A Waterfall.
Cherise Greek grace
Cherish Old French The treasured one.
Cherlin The beloved one.
Cherry The beloved one. Also a fruit name.
Cheryl The beloved one.
Chesna Slavonic Peaceful.
Chevonne Irish Gaelic Form of Jane and Judith. Jane - God is gracious. Judith - A woman from Judea.
Chhavvi Hindu
Chhaya Hindu shadow
Chiara Italian Bright and famous. The name of an Irish county. Also See Clarice.
Chika Japanese near
Chilali Native American snowbird
Chimalis Native American bluebird
Chipo African gift
Chiquita Spanish The little one.
Chitra Hindu portrait
Chitrangda Hindu
Chizu Japanese A thousand storks. A name which implies longevity.
Chloe Greek A fertile young maiden.
Chloris Greek A plant lover.
Cho Japanese/Korean A butterfly. Korean beautiful.
Choden Tibetan/Sherpa The devout one.
Chow Chinese Summer.
Chrissy Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Christa Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Christabel English Beautiful Christian. Derived from Christina and Belle.
Christal Clear as ice. A gemstone name.
Christea Bearing Christ. From the name Christa.
Christel Clear as ice. A gemstone name.
Christelle Clear as ice. A gemstone name.
Christian Latin A follower of Christ. A Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christiana Christian, anointed.
Christie Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christina Latin A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Christine Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Christmas Old English Born at Christmas time. A boy or girl's name.
Christy Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Chruse Greek golden, the golden one
Chrysantha A flower name. From Chrysanthemum - Greek for a golden flower.
Chrysilla Greek Golden-haired.
Chyou Chinese autumn
Ciannait Irish ancient
Ciar Irish saint's name
Ciara Irish Gaelic A spear.
Cicely The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Cicily The blind one, or the sixth. .
Cilla From a Roman family name. From the name Priscilla, but also an independent name.
Cinderella French A maiden of the cinders or ashes.
Cindy A maiden of the cinders or ashes. From the name Cinderella, Cynthia and Lucinda (See Lucy), but also used as an independent name.
Cindylou A maiden of the cinders or ashes. From Cindy and Louise.
Cinnabar Greek Red. A colour name and also the name of a mineral.
Cinnamon Hebrew A spice name.
Circe Greek witch-goddess, seductive
Cirea
Cissy The blind one, or the sixth. .
Claiborne Old English born of the earth
Claire French Bright and famous. Also See Clarice.
Clara Bright and famous. Also See Clarice.
Clarabelle Latin/French Bright and beautiful. From Clan and Belle.
Clare Latin Bright and famous. The name of an Irish county. Also See Clarice.
Clarice French from Latin The little brilliant one. Also See Clue.
Clarinda Bright and famous. Also See Clarice.
Clarine Bright and famous. Also See Clarice.
Clarissa Brilliant.
Claudia Latin The lame one. The feminine form of Claude.
Clematis Greek A climbing plant. A flower name.
Clemence Latin Mild, merciful.
Clementine Merciful.
Cleo Glory of the father. The queen of Egypt from 47-30 BC.
Cleomenes From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Cleopatra Greek Glory of the father. The queen of Egypt from 47-30 BC.
Cleta Glory of the father.
Cleva Old English From the cliff. Feminine form of Clive.
Cliantha Greek A glorious flower.
Clio Greek The glorious one. The muse of history in Greek mythology. Also see Cleopatra.
Clodagh Irish From the name of a river.
Clodia The lame one. The feminine form of Claude.
Clorinda Persian Of renowned beauty.
Cloris A plant lover.
Clotilda Teutonic Famous battle maiden.
Clove A nail.
Clover Old English A flower name.
Clymene Greek Renowned.
Cochiti Spanish forgotten
Cody Old English A pillow or cushion. A boy or girl's name.
Colenso Cornish From the dark pool.
Colette French The people's victory. The feminine form of Nicholas.
Colleen Irish Gaelic A girl.
Colletta The people's victory. The feminine form of Nicholas.
Collette The people's victory. The feminine form of Nicholas.
Columba Latin Dove-like. The name of a 6th-century Irish saint. Also see Calum and Coleman. A boy or girl's name.
Columbia Old English a dove
Columbine A flower name. Also see Columba.
Concepcion Latin/Spanish Latin: The beginning. Spanish: A name that relates to the Virgin Mary's Immaculate Conception.
Concordia Latin The harmonious one.
Conncetta Conny
Connie Steadfast, constant.
Constance Latin Steadfast, constant.
Consuela Latin The consoler or comforter.
Consuelo Spanish Consolation.
Coorah Aboriginal A woman.
Cora Greek A maiden.
Corabelle A combination of Con and Belle, meaning a beautiful maiden.
Coral Latin From the sea.
Coralia Greek Like coral.
Coralie Little maiden.
Corazon Spanish The heart. Often used in the Philippines.
Corbin A raven.
Cordelia Celtic A jewel of the sea.
Coreen Aboriginal The end of the hills.
Corentine Little Cora.
Corey Celtic/Gaelic Dweller in the hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Corin Cornish/Latin Cornish: From the corner. Latin: The name of a Roman deity, possibly meaning a spear. Also from Shakespeare's play As You Like It. A boy or girl's name.
Corina A maiden.
Corinda Cori
Corine A maiden.
Corinna A maiden.
Corinne A maiden.
Corliss Old English The cheerful one.
Cornelia Latin A horn. The feminine form of Cornelius.
Cornelian The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Corona Latin A town.
Corowa Aboriginal A rocky river.
Corrine A maiden.
Cory Helmet. A boy or girl's name.
Cosette Victorious people.
Cosima Greek Perfect order.
Cossette French Of the victorious.
Courtney Old French The short-nosed one, or frons a placename. A boy or girl's name.
Crescent Old French one who creates
Cressida Greek The golden one. A Shakespearian character.
Crisiant Welsh Like a crystal. A boy or girl's name.
Crispina Latin The curly-haired one. Feminine form of Crispin.
Cristin A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Cristina A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Cristine A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Cristiona Irish Gaelic A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Cristy Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Crystal Greek Clear as ice. A gemstone name.
Curissa
Cuyler Celtic chapel
Cybele French The prophetess. From Greek mythology.
Cybil The prophetess. From Greek mythology.
Cybill The prophetess. From Greek mythology.
Cynara Greek thistle
Cyndi Of the moon.
Cynere Greek An artichoke or thistle.
Cynthia Greek Of the moon. An alternative name for the Greek moon goddess, Artemis.
Cypriana Greek A woman from Cyprus.
Cyprien French cypriot
Cyrena Greek A woman from Cyrene, an ancient Greek colony in North Africa.
Cyrene Greek name of a mythological nymph
Cyrilla Greek Lordly or proud one. Feminine form of Cyril.
Cytheria Latin venus
Cyzarine Russian royalty

D names

Name - Origin - Meaning
Daba Hebrew kind words, bee swarm
Dabria Latin name of an angel
Dacey Gaelic The southerner. A boy or girl's name.
Dacia Greek A woman from Dacia, an ancient European country.
Dacio French from arcy
Dade unknown
Dae Korean Greatness.
Daffodil English from Greek The asphodel. A flower name.
Dagmar Old Norse A maiden of the day, or glorious day.
Dagna Old Norse A new day.
Dagny Norwegian day, brightness, new day, Dane's joy
Dahlia English From the flower, named after the Swedish botanist, Dahl.
Dai Welsh/Japanese Welsh: The beloved, the adored one. Japanese: Great. A boy or girl's name.
Daisy Old English The day's eye. A flower name. Also a nickname from Margaret.
Dakin Danish Danish
Daksha Hindu
Dale Teutonic/Old English A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Dalia A branch, bough.
Dalila Swahili Gentle.
Dallas Celtic Skilled, or from the field of water. Also a city in Texas. A boy or girl's name.
Damalis Greek one who gentles
Damara Greek gentle girl
Damaris Greek Gentle. A New Testament name.
Dame German lady
Damiana Greek Tame, domesticated. The feminine form of Damian/Damon.
Damini Hindu lightning
Damita Spanish The little noble lady.
Damosel Old English A damsel, or young unmarried woman.
Dana Old English/Czech Old English: From Denmark. Czech: God is my judge. A boy or girl's name.
Danae Greek The mother of Perseus in Greek mythology.
Dani My judge.
Danica Slavic the morning star
Daniela God is my judge.
Danielle Hebrew God is my judge. The feminine form of Daniel.
Danika Slavonic The morning star.
Dannell
Danniell God is my judge.
Danu Gaelic The goddess of fruitfulness.
Danuta Polish A little deer. Also see Dana.
Daphne Greek The laurel. In Greek mythology, the name of a nymph who was transformed into a Laurel tree.
Dara Irish Gaelic/Hebrew Irish: A son of oak. Hebrew: Compassion, wisdom. A boy or girl's name.
Daralis Old English beloved
Daray unknown dark
Darby Irish Gaelic/Middle English Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement. A boy or girl's name.
Darcie Old French An old Norman family name.
Daria Greek Wealthy. The feminine form of Darius.
Darinka Slowenian
Darlene English from Old French The little darling, the beloved one. Also see Darrelle.
Darra Gaelic, Farsi small great one, riches
Darrelle Old French The beloved one. The feminine form of Darrell. Also see Darlene.
Darrene English The Great one. The feminine form of Darren.
Darri Aboriginal A track.
Dasha Greek gift of god
Davan Irish The beloved, the adored one. Feminine form of David.
Davida The beloved, the adored one. Feminine form of David.
Davina Hebrew The beloved one. The feminine form of David. Also see Vida.
Davine Hebrew the loved
Dawa Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Monday. A boy or girl's name.
Dawn English Daybreak, dawn.
Daya Hebrew bird
Dayla Hebrew to draw water, branch or bough
Dayle A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Deana The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Deanna The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Deanne The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology. Also feminine forms of Dean.
Debbie The bee, an industrious woman.
Debby The bee, an industrious woman.
Deborah Hebrew The bee, an industrious woman. A biblical name.
Debra The bee, an industrious woman.
Dechen Tibetan/Sherpa Health and happiness.
Decima Latin The tenth.
Dee From the name Audrey, Deirdre, Delia, Diana. Audrey - Strong and noble, regal. Deirdre - Sorrow. Delia - A woman from the island of Delos. Diana - The divine one.
Deena Hindu
Deepali Hindu
Deepika Hindu a little light
Deepti Hindu
Deeta The lost one.
Deianira Greek wife of heracles
Deidra Sorrowful, wanderer.
Deiene Basque religious holiday
Deion
Deiondre Valley.
Deirdre Celtic Sorrow. The name of a character from Irish legend.
Deja French before
Delanna Italian soft as wool
Delbin Greek dolphin, flower name
Delcine Sweet.
Delfina Dolphin.
Delia Greek A woman from the island of Delos. Also another name for Artemis, the Greek moon goddess. Also See Cordelia and Della.
Delicia Latin Delight.
Delila Hair or poor.
Delilah Hebrew The beautiful temptress. The lover of Samson in the Bible.
Dell English From the dell or hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Della English A woman from the island of Delos. Probably derived from Delia or Delilah and Ella. Also a diminutive of Adele and Adelaide.
Delma Spanish Of the sea.
Delphine Latin A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delta Greek The fourth, as in fourth child.
Delvene A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delvine A woman from Delphi or a flower name from delphinium.
Delwyn Old English/Welsh Old English: A friend from the valley. Welsh: Neat and fair. A boy or girl's name.
Delyth Welsh Neat and pretty.
Dembe Ugandan peace
Demelza Cornish From a placename. The heroine of Winston Graham's Poldark novels.
Demetria Greek From the goddess of fertility.
Demi Latin Half. Also see Demetria.
Dena Old English From the valley. Feminine form of Dean.
Denise French from Greek A lover of wine. The feminine form of Denis/Dennis.
Dep Vietnamese beautiful
Derica Beloved leader.
Derryth Welsh Of the Oak.
Dervla Irish Gaelic The daughter of the poet.
Desana Longed for.
Desdemona Greek Ill-fated. A Shakespearian character murdered by her husband Othello.
Desiree Latin The desired one.
Desma Greek A pledge.
Despina Greek
Desta Ethiopian Happiness.
Destinee French destiny
Destry French war horse
Deva Celestial spirit.
Devaki Hindu black, mother of Krishna
Devi Breton/Sanskrit Breton: The beloved, the adored one. Sanskrit: Godlike, a goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Devika Sanskrit A little goddess.
Devnet Swedish home of the Danes
Devona Old English From the county of Devon.
Devora Jewish The bee, an industrious woman.
Devorah Jewish The bee, an industrious woman.
Devore The bee, an industrious woman.
Dextra Latin Skilful, dexterous. The feminine form of Dexter.
Dharmista Hindu
Diamanta French from Latin Adamant, like a diamond.
Diana Latin The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology.
Diane French The divine one. .
Dianne The divine one. .
Diantha Greek A divine flower.
Dianthe Flower of the Gods.
Diarria Greek Didi
Dido Greek The name of a queen of Carthage.
Didrika Teutonic The people's ruler.
Diella Latin worships god
Dierdre Celtic young girl, one who rages, broken-hearted
Dietlinde German
Dieuwertje unknown
Diki Tibetan/Sherpa Healthy and wealthy.
Dikranouhi Armenian queen
Dilek Turkish
Dillian Latin worshipped one
Dilys Welsh True, steadfast.
Dimity Greek From the cotton material.
Dina Irish Gaelic From the name Dean. Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Dinah Hebrew Judgment. A biblical name.
Dione Greek A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. A boy or girl's name.
Dionne The divine one. .
Dionyza Latin From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Dirran Arabic
Disa Greek Double.
Dita The lost one.
Diva Latin A goddess.
Divya Hindu heavenly, brilliant
Dixie French The tenth. Also a girl from the American south.
Dobrila Slavonic Kind, good.
Dodie Hebrew Beloved. Also see Dorothy.
Doe unknown Dee Dee, Didi
Dohna Tibetan/Sherpa A female deity.
Dolkar Tibetan/Sherpa The name of a Buddhist Goddess.
Dollie The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Dolly The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Dolores Spanish Sorrow. Derived from the seven sorrows of the Virgin Mary.
Dominga Spanish Sunday
Dominica Latin Belonging to the lord. The feminine form of Dominic.
Dominique Of God.
Donalda Scottish Gaelic The ruler of the world. The feminine form of Donald.
Donata Latin Given by God, a gift.
Doneen
Donella The ruler of the world. The feminine form of Donald.
Donelle The ruler of the world. The feminine form of Donald.
Donla Irish Gaelic The brown lady.
Donna Italian A lady. A short form of Madonna.
Dooriya English the sea
Dora Greek A gift. Originally a short form of Dorothy and Theodora, but now also used as an independent name.
Dorcas Greek A gazelle, a doe. Also see Tabitha.
Dore French Golden.
Doreen A gift. Originally a short form of Dorothy and Theodora, but now also used as an independent name.
Doria Greek place name
Dorinda Greek gift of god, beautiful one
Doris Greek A woman from Doria, or from the ocean. A Greek goddess of the sea.
Dorota Greek, Spanish God's gift
Dorothea Dutch The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Dorothy Greek The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Dot The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Dotty The gift of God. Also see Dora and Theodora.
Douce French Gentle, sweet.
Dova Teutonic Peace, a dove.
Dreama Greek joyous music
Drew Celtic Courageous. A boy or girl's name.
Drina Spanish helper and defender of mankind
Drisana Hindu daughter of the sun
Dristi Hindu sight, a form of the Devi
Druella Teutonic An elfin vision.
Drusilla Latin From an old Roman family name.
Druti Hindu
Duana Irish Gaelic A little dark maiden.
Duena Spanish A chaperone.
Dulce Sweet.
Dulcea Sweet.
Dulcie Latin Sweet.
Dulcina Rose.
Dulcinea Sweet.
Durga Sanskrit Unattainable. A mythological Hindu goddess.
Dusana Czech A spirit, a soul.
Dusty Warrior. Feminine form of Dustin.
Dyan The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology.
Dyana The divine one. The goddess of hunting and the moon in Roman mythology.
Dyani Native American A deer.
Dyanne The divine one. .
Dymphna Irish Gaelic A fawn.
Dyna Greek Powerful. Also see Dinah.
Dysis Greek sunset
Dysthe Greek


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