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Greek Meaning: The name Saba is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Saba is: From Sheba.
  • Saba'
    Meaning: Old Or Aged, Origin: Arabic
  • Bilqees
    Meaning: A queen of Saba, Origin: Arabic
  • Saba
    Meaning: East wind, Breeze, Queen, Origin: Arabic
  • Gisilbert
    Meaning: An Old German name derived from gisil, meaning pledge, and berhia, meaning bright., Origin: German
  • Aethelthryth
    Meaning: An Old English name from aethel meaning noble and thryth meaning strength., Origin: English
  • Frithuric
    Meaning: An Old German name from frithu, meaning peace, and ric, meaning ruler., Origin: German
  • Aelfthryth
    Meaning: An Old English name formed as a compound of aelf, meaning elf, and thryth, meaning strength., Origin: English
  • Ismay
    Meaning: Feminine form of Esme: An Old French variant of the Latin aestimatus meaning esteemed, or amatus meaning loved., Origin: French
  • Chattie
    Meaning: Diminutive of Charlotte: A feminine form of Charles, meaning man. Alternate meaning, tiny and feminine. Famous bearers: Princess Charlotte, daughter of King George IV; British writer Charlotte Bronte., Origin: French
  • Amicia
    Meaning: Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. Also a French form of the Latin Amico, meaning friend., Origin: French
  • Ermyntrude
    Meaning: Universal strength. From the Old German ermin meaning universal, and drudi meaning strength., Origin: German
  • Alured
    Meaning: Variant of Alfred: Sage, wise. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Famous bearers: Alfred the Great was a 9th-century king, Alfred Lord Tennyson was a famous 19th-century poet., Origin: English
  • Karanam
    Meaning: The Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Feni
    Meaning: Which meaning is name, Origin: Hindi
  • Hithika
    Meaning: Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Bhavartha
    Meaning: Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Bhavarth
    Meaning: Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Balkie
    Meaning: Uncertain meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Masalina
    Meaning: Unknown meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Satyarth
    Meaning: Meaning of truth, Origin: Hindi
  • Vedanga
    Meaning: Meaning of Vedas, Origin: Hindi
  • Dattatri
    Meaning: Meaning of God, Origin: Hindi
  • Sekove
    Meaning: Meaning supplanter, Origin: Israeli
  • Maqsyud
    Meaning: Purpose, Meaning, Origin: Arabic
  • Chadrick - CHAD-rik
    Meaning: Meaning uncertain, Origin: English
  • Rinaldo
    Meaning: Uncertain meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Delinah
    Meaning: Uncertain meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Kalhan
    Meaning: Knower of meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Arth
    Meaning: Meaningful, Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Aarth
    Meaning: Meaningful, Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Krum
    Meaning: Unknown meaning, Origin: Polynesian
  • Krassimira
    Meaning: Unknown meaning, Origin: Polynesian
  • Dumaka
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning help out, Origin: African
  • Liseli
    Meaning: Unknown meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Davesh
    Meaning: Uncertain meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Iiia
    Meaning: Unknown meaning, Origin: Native American
  • Betserai
    Meaning: Zimbabwean name meaning help, Origin: African
  • Fenyang
    Meaning: Botswanan name meaning conqueror., Origin: African
  • Ashika
    Meaning: In Hindu Meaning Is Limitless, Origin: Hindi
  • Sharin
    Meaning: In Malaysian Meaning Is Meadow, Origin: Hindi
  • Bekir
    Meaning: In Turkish Meaning Is First Born, Origin: Hindi
  • Ramonita
    Meaning: Spanish meaning, little ramona, Origin: Spanish
  • Aleekcheaahoosh
    Meaning: Crow name meaning accomplished, Origin: Native-american
  • Lyel
    Meaning: Surname meaning loyal, Origin: Scottish
  • Bisahalani
    Meaning: Navajo name meaning speaker, Origin: Native-american
  • Annawon
    Meaning: Algonquin name meaning chief, Origin: Native-american
  • Funsan
    Meaning: Malawian name meaning request, Origin: African
  • Birdine
    Meaning: Contemporary name meaning little bird, Origin: English
  • Fulumirani
    Meaning: Malawian name meaning a journey, Origin: African
  • Dulani
    Meaning: Malawian name meaning cutting, Origin: African
  • Chionesu
    Meaning: Zimbabwean name meaning protector, Origin: African
  • Bornani
    Meaning: Malawian name meaning warrior, Origin: African
  • Baruti
    Meaning: Botswanan name meaning teacher., Origin: African
  • Atsidi
    Meaning: Navajo name meaning blacksmith, Origin: Native-american
  • Muzhaffar
    Meaning: Profit meaning, Victory, Origin: Arabic
  • Asaf
    Meaning: In Hebrew Meaning Is Gathers, Origin: Hindi
  • Arief
    Meaning: In Indonesian Meaning Is Wise, Origin: Hindi
  • Chuioke
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning talented, Origin: African
  • Eiluned
    Meaning: From cilun meaning idol, Origin: English
  • Elined
    Meaning: From cilun meaning idol, Origin: English
  • Serafina
    Meaning: From seraphim, meaning fiery ones, Origin: Latin
  • Dohasan
    Meaning: Kiowa name meaning cliff, Origin: Native-american
  • Chad - CHAD
    Meaning: From the celtic meaning warrior, Origin: English
  • Eyanosa
    Meaning: Sioux name meaning ways, Origin: Native-american
  • Coowescoowe
    Meaning: Cherokee name meaning egret, Origin: Native-american
  • Galila
    Meaning: Jalila, meaning 'greatness, Origin: Arabic
  • Eran - EHR-ahn
    Meaning: Form of aaron, meaning, Origin: Hebrew
  • Chuma
    Meaning: Zimbabwean name meaning bead, Origin: African
  • Chisulo
    Meaning: Malawian name meaning steel, Origin: African
  • Chitto
    Meaning: Creek name meaning brave, Origin: Native American
  • Seraphina
    Meaning: From seraphim, meaning fiery ones, Origin: Latin
  • Ehioze
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning not jealous, Origin: African
  • Degataga
    Meaning: Cherokee name meaning gathering, Origin: Native-american
  • Edensaw
    Meaning: Tlingit name meaning glacier, Origin: Native-american
  • Cheauka
    Meaning: Hopi name meaning clay, Origin: Native American
  • Darweshi
    Meaning: Swahili name meaning devout., Origin: African
  • Helewidis
    Meaning: An old german name meaning hale and wide, Origin: German
  • Dekanawida
    Meaning: Iroquois name meaning two rivers running, Origin: Native-american
  • Dezirae
    Meaning: Derived from desiree meaning the one desired, Origin: French
  • Jeannelle
    Meaning: Comes from the name jean and elle meaning girl, Origin: French
  • Jazara
    Meaning: An Ethiopian name meaning a princess who is blessed., Origin: Native American
  • Deedra
    Meaning: Variation of diana meaning divine, Origin: English
  • Jahzarra
    Meaning: An Ethiopian name meaning a princess who is blessed., Origin: Native American
  • Eskaminzim
    Meaning: Apache name meaning big mouth, Origin: Native American
  • Gwladys
    Meaning: A derived from claudia meaning lame, Origin: English
  • Danso
    Meaning: A name of Ghanaian origin, meaning one that can be trusted., Origin: Native American
  • Isabelita
    Meaning: From isabel meaning oath of god, Origin: Spanish
  • Bemidii
    Meaning: Ojibwa name meaning river by a lake, Origin: Native American
  • Fulhert
    Meaning: From the Old German Filibert, meaning very bright., Origin: German
  • Catlyn
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Desaree
    Meaning: Derived from desiree meaning the one desired, Origin: French
  • Foluke
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning placed in Gods hands., Origin: African
  • Chinelo
    Meaning: From an Igbo expression, meaning the thought of G-d, Origin: African
  • Cetanwakuwa
    Meaning: Sioux name meaning attacking hawk, Origin: Native-american
  • Chardae
    Meaning: Feminine of charles meaning manly, Origin: French
  • Charlita
    Meaning: Feminine of charles meaning manly, Origin: French
  • Chenzira
    Meaning: Zimbabwean name meaning born while traveling., Origin: African
  • Cheasequah
    Meaning: Cherokee name meaning red bird, Origin: Native-american
  • Chioke
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning gods gift, Origin: African
  • Catline
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Chineze
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning God protects., Origin: African
  • Caitlan
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Caitland
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Chinua
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning gods blessings, Origin: African
  • Chinese
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning god protects, Origin: African
  • Caitlinn
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Canowicakte
    Meaning: Sioux name meaning forest hunter, Origin: Native-american
  • Catelyn
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Catlin
    Meaning: Derived from katherine meaning pure, Origin: Irish
  • Desarae
    Meaning: Derived from desiree meaning the one desired, Origin: French
  • Sushaunna
    Meaning: Of Ethiopian origin, meaning princess., Origin: Native American
  • Haard
    Meaning: Hearts feeling, Main, Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Goshant
    Meaning: Variation to Shanti meaning peacefulness, Origin: Hindi
  • Arlette - ar-LET
    Meaning: A form of arlene, meaning pledge, Origin: Anglo-Saxon
  • Terika
    Meaning: Abbreviation of teresa meaning harvester, Origin: English
  • Priscilia
    Meaning: From the Spanish Priscilla meaning ancient., Origin: Portuguese
  • Terilynn
    Meaning: Abbreviation of teresa meaning harvester, Origin: English
  • Andwele
    Meaning: Tanzanian name meaning god brings me, Origin: African
  • Teriann
    Meaning: Abbreviation of teresa meaning harvester, Origin: English
  • Hard
    Meaning: Hearts feeling, Main, Meaning, Origin: Hindi
  • Teriana
    Meaning: Abbreviation of teresa meaning harvester, Origin: English
  • Shanequa
    Meaning: A version of the name Shanika, meaning G-d is gracious., Origin: Native American
  • Julie
    Meaning: A form of julia, meaning youthful, Origin: Latin
  • Jackson - JAK-sən
    Meaning: Literally meaning son of jack, Origin: English
  • Nuura
    Meaning: Form of NURISHAT - meaning unknown, Origin: Chechen
  • Anne - AN
    Meaning: A form of hanna, meaning grace, Origin: Hebrew
  • Adejola
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning the crown needs honour., Origin: African
  • Adesola
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning the crown honoured us., Origin: African
  • Sheniqua
    Meaning: A version of the name Shanika, meaning G-d is gracious., Origin: Native American
  • Shanique
    Meaning: A version of the name Shanika, meaning G-d is gracious., Origin: Native American
  • Angvariationu Toke
    Meaning: Sioux name meaning another day, Origin: Native-american
  • Karole
    Meaning: Derived from carol meaning joy, Origin: Hungarian
  • Tessia
    Meaning: Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester., Origin: English
  • Tiburon
    Meaning: A name of Spanish origin, meaning shark., Origin: Native American
  • Fairuza - feye-ROO-zah
    Meaning: Of Arabic Fairuz, meaning 'turquoise, Origin: Arabic
  • Torrin
    Meaning: Of Celtic origin, meaning from the hills., Origin: Native American
  • Aniweta
    Meaning: Nigerian name meaning brought by a spirit, Origin: African
  • Lorrina
    Meaning: Variation of lawrence meaning from laurentium, Origin: English
  • Atagulkalu
    Meaning: Cherokee name meaning pitched trees, Origin: Native-american
  • Azmera
    Meaning: Of Ethiopian origin, meaning harvest., Origin: Native American
  • Ambonisye
    Meaning: Tanzianian name meaning god rewards me, Origin: African
  • Teryn
    Meaning: Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester., Origin: English
  • Muirenn
    Meaning: An old Irish name meaning fair like the sea., Origin: Irish
  • Terryn
    Meaning: Abbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester., Origin: English
  • Terrin
    Meaning: Abbreviation of teresa meaning harvester, Origin: English
  • Oldooz
    Meaning: Persian azerbaijani name meaning star, Origin: Arabic
  • Chiumbo
    Meaning: Kenyan word meaning small child, Origin: African
  • Darolyn
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • Darrellyn
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • Dong Mei
    Meaning: A combination meaning winter and plum., Origin: Chinese
  • Fannia
    Meaning: Pet name meaning free, variant of frances, Origin: English
  • Emmanuela
    Meaning: Feminine variant of Emanuel, meaning God with us., Origin: Hebrew
  • Symon
    Meaning: Derived from simon meaning hear, listen, Origin: English
  • Borhala
    Meaning: Hungarian form of barbara meaning stranger, Origin: Hungarian
  • Darylene
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • Taji
    Meaning: Surname meaning silver and yellow color, Origin: Japanese
  • Danylynn
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • Tamarr
    Meaning: Of Hebrew origin, meaning date (fruit)., Origin: Native American
  • Deanda
    Meaning: From the valley variation of diana meaning divine, Origin: English
  • Dhruven
    Meaning: It is derived from Dhruv meaning constant or polestar, Origin: Hindi
  • Raghavan
    Meaning: A descendant of raghuvamsa, Often meaning Lord Rama, Origin: Hindi
  • Zakiah
    Meaning: Form of Arabic Zaki, meaning 'pure, Origin: Arabic
  • Chebona Bula
    Meaning: Creek name meaning laughing boy, Origin: Native American
  • Chebona Bula
    Meaning: Creek name meaning laughing boy, Origin: Native American
  • Darylyn
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • Dohate
    Meaning: Variant of Dohasan: Kiowa name meaning cliff., Origin: Native-american
  • Fanceen
    Meaning: Pet name meaning free, variant of frances, Origin: English
  • Darrill
    Meaning: Variations of daryl meaning dearly loved, Origin: English
  • LaKyle
    Meaning: A name of Celtic origin, meaning half wood., Origin: Native American
  • Melvon
    Meaning: Meaning uncertain but possibly friend of michael, Origin: English
  • Boriska
    Meaning: Hungarian form of barbara meaning stranger, Origin: Hungarian
  • Borsala
    Meaning: Hungarian form of barbara meaning stranger, Origin: Hungarian
  • Brosca
    Meaning: Hungarian form of barbara meaning stranger, Origin: Hungarian
  • Broska
    Meaning: Hungarian form of barbara meaning stranger, Origin: Hungarian
  • Margaid
    Meaning: Armenian form of margaret meaning pearl, Origin: Aramaic
  • Alverna
    Meaning: Feminine of Alvin meaning wise friend., Origin: Hebrew
  • Reifr
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning joyous., Origin: Danish
  • Annabeth
    Meaning: Variation of anne meaning favor, grace, Origin: English
  • Annalee
    Meaning: Variation of anne meaning favor, grace, Origin: English
  • Lothen
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning one who has much hair., Origin: Danish
  • Manni
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning man., Origin: Danish
  • Anulikka
    Meaning: Of Nigerian origin, meaning Joy is the greatest., Origin: Native American
  • Gøti
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning one who is from Gotland., Origin: Danish
  • Anulika
    Meaning: Of Nigerian origin, meaning Joy is the greatest., Origin: Native American
  • Anuleeka
    Meaning: Of Nigerian origin, meaning Joy is the greatest., Origin: Native American
  • Anstey
    Meaning: A form of the Greek Anastasia, meaning ressurection., Origin: Irish
  • Annawan
    Meaning: Variant of Annawon: Algonquin name meaning Chief., Origin: Native-american
  • Ræf
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning fox., Origin: Danish
  • Chebona Bula
    Meaning: Creek name meaning laughing boy., Origin: Native-american
  • Douglas, Douglass
    Meaning: From a surname meaning black stream, Origin: Scottish
  • Chatlie
    Meaning: Modern form of charles meaning manly, Origin: English
  • Charlynn
    Meaning: Modern form of charles meaning manly, Origin: English
  • Charlyn
    Meaning: Modern form of charles meaning manly, Origin: English
  • Shermon
    Meaning: Variation of sherman meaning shireman or shearman, Origin: English
  • Fannie
    Meaning: Pet name meaning free, derived from frances, Origin: English
  • Chebona Bula
    Meaning: Creek name meaning laughing boy, Origin: Native American
  • Aethelind
    Meaning: An Old English name from an Old German name meaning noble snake., Origin: English
  • Cathrine
    Meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure., Origin: Gaelic
  • Røthe
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning red., Origin: Danish
  • Franciska
    Meaning: Hungarian form of francisca meaning free, Origin: Hungarian
  • Francina
    Meaning: Variation of frances meaning from france or free one, Origin: French
  • Francille
    Meaning: Variant of Frances meaning From France or free one., Origin: French
  • Sakai
    Meaning: Popular Scandinavian name of uncertain origin and meaning
  • Tuari
    Meaning: Of Native American origin,meaning young eagle., Origin: Native American
  • Uddi
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning the point of an arrow., Origin: Danish
  • Helewise
    Meaning: A variant of the Old German name Helewidis, meaning hale and wide., Origin: English
  • Freodhoric
    Meaning: An Old English name from the Old German Frithuric, meaning peaceful ruler., Origin: English
  • Styrbiorn
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning battle bear., Origin: Danish
  • Godafrid
    Meaning: An Old German name derived from words meaning god and peace., Origin: German
  • Elaskolatat
    Meaning: Nez Perce name meaning animal running into the ground., Origin: Native-american
  • Sighni
    Meaning: A name from the Old Danish language, meaning new victory. A name from the Viking era., Origin: Danish
  • Francia
    Meaning: Modern variants of Frances meaning From France or free one., Origin: English
  • Francie
    Meaning: Modern variants of Frances meaning From France or free one., Origin: English
  • Drogo
    Meaning: An Old German name derived from dragen meaning to bear or carry., Origin: German
  • Dorothee
    Meaning: Variation of the greek dorothy meaning gift of god, Origin: English
  • Dorotha
    Meaning: Variant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God., Origin: English
  • Arnaldr
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning eagle hearth., Origin: Danish
  • Unøss
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning one who has high honor., Origin: Danish
  • Anni
    Meaning: Variant of Hebrew Hannah meaning favor. Grace., Origin: German
  • Ceridwen
    Meaning: Legendary figure, meaning uncertain, goddess of poetry, Origin: Welsh
  • Bagwunagijik
    Meaning: Variant of Buegoneguig: Chippewa name meaning hole in the sky., Origin: Native-american
  • Attakullakulla
    Meaning: Variant of Atagulkalu: Cherokee name meaning pitched trees., Origin: Native-american
  • Ruthvi
    Meaning: Name of An Angel meaning season, Love and saint, Speech, Origin: Hindi
  • Chandramouli
    Meaning: The one who wears Moon on head, Meaning Lord Shiva, Origin: Hindi
  • Chandramauli
    Meaning: The one who wears Moon on head, Meaning Lord Shiva, Origin: Hindi
  • Bahiga
    Meaning: Variant of Arabic Bahija, meaning happy, Cheerful, Origin: Arabic
  • Fakhriyya
    Meaning: Feminine form of Arabic Fakhri, meaning 'honorary, Origin: Arabic
  • Cinese
    Meaning: Variant of Chinese: Nigerian name meaning God protects., Origin: African
  • Deganawidah
    Meaning: Variant of Dekanawida: Iroquois name meaning two rivers running., Origin: Native-american
  • Geetu
    Meaning: Variant of Sanskrit word Geet meaning song, Origin: Hindi
  • Nadya
    Meaning: Variant of Arabic Nadiyya, meaning 'delicate, Tender, Origin: Arabic
  • Kailin
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kaelin
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kailynne
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Brunetta
    Meaning: Feminine form of Bruno: From the Old German brun meaning brown., Origin: German
  • Kaelie
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kaeli
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kaeley
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kaelene
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Kaeleigh
    Meaning: Variant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure., Origin: English
  • Bettrys
    Meaning: The Welsh form of the Latin Beatrix, meaning brings joy., Origin: Welsh
  • Beornheard
    Meaning: The Old English variant of the German Bernard, meaning bear-hard., Origin: English
  • Gro
    Meaning: From the Old Danish language, meaning to grow, to heal. A name from the Viking era., Origin: Danish
  • Carree
    Meaning: Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly., Origin: English
  • Caree
    Meaning: Abbreviation of Carol and Caroline from the masculine Charles meaning manly., Origin: English
  • Sighrith
    Meaning: From the Old Danish language, meaning beautiful victory. A name from the Viking era., Origin: Danish
  • Erica - ER-i-kə
    Meaning: Feminine derivative of Eric, Meaning, Brave ruler, Ever powerful, Origin: Norse
  • Morgayne
    Meaning: Medieval form of welsh morcan meaning bright sea, Origin: Irish
  • Ólafur
    Meaning: From the Old Norse name Áleifr meaning ancestors descendent., Origin: Icelandic
  • Filipa
    Meaning: The Portuguese female version of the name Phillip, meaning lover of horses., Origin: Portuguese
  • Koshisigre
    Meaning: Variant of Cashesegra: Osage name meaning tracks of a large animal., Origin: Native-american
  • Aðalbrandr
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning noble sword., Origin: Danish
  • Lateefah
    Meaning: Variant transcription of LATIFA, meaning 'gentle, Kind, Pleasant, Friendly, Origin: Arabic
  • Benedick
    Meaning: A variant of Benedict, meaning blessed, given to a Shakespearian character in the play Much Ado About Nothing., Origin: English
  • Khayrat
    Meaning: Derived from Arabic (khayrah) meaning "good deed", Male and Female, Origin: Arabic
  • Adene
    Meaning: Variant of Aline: Diminutive of Adeline, from the Old German athal meaning noble., Origin: German
  • Kaitleen
    Meaning: Modern phonetic form of the Irish name Caitlin from Catherine meaning pure., Origin: Irish
  • Amalle
    Meaning: Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia., Origin: German
  • Ericca
    Meaning: Feminine derivative of Eric, Meaning, ver powerful, Brave Ruler, Origin: Scandinavian / Latin
  • Kaitlan
    Meaning: Modern phonetic form of the Irish name Caitlin from Catherine meaning pure., Origin: Irish
  • Drayke
    Meaning: Transferred use of the English surname meaning dweller at the sign of the drake or dragon
  • Blondelle
    Meaning: Fair-haired; blonde. Variant of the Spanish Blandina meaning flattering., Origin: English
  • Catarina
    Meaning: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure. In Italy, the name is usually spelled as Caterina., Origin: Italian
  • Gilbertine
    Meaning: Feminine form of Gilbert: Derived from the name Gilbride, meaning servant of St. Bridget., Origin: Scottish
  • Cecilie
    Meaning: Norwegian and Danish feminine form of the Latin name Caecilius, meaning blind., Origin: Danish
  • Gonçalo
    Meaning: Portuguese version of the Spanish name Gonzalo, meaning wolf., Origin: Portuguese
  • Blondene
    Meaning: Fair-haired; blonde. Variant of the Spanish Blandina meaning flattering., Origin: English
  • Elora
    Meaning: Modern blend of El- and Lora meaning God gives the Laurel; the crown of victory., Origin: English
  • Corie
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Emblyn
    Meaning: Variant of the French Emmeline, which ultimately derives from the Old German amal meaning labor., Origin: English
  • Coriann
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Carne
    Meaning: Variant of English surname Cairn meaning landmark or memorial of piled-up stones., Origin: Gaelic
  • Cuddle
    Meaning: This diminutive of Cuthbert may have given rise to the Scottish dialect word cuddy, meaning donkey., Origin: Scottish
  • Emblem
    Meaning: Variant of the French Emmeline, which ultimately derives from the Old German amal meaning labor., Origin: English
  • Gricie
    Meaning: A diminutive of Grace, meaning love. Famous bearer: Dame Gracie Fields., Origin: English
  • Corianne
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Franca
    Meaning: A dimunitive of Francisca, derived from the Latin Francis, meaning French, from France, or free one., Origin: Spanish
  • Corisa
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Coretta
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Corrianne
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Corrianna
    Meaning: Variant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine., Origin: English
  • Bonnibelle
    Meaning: From the French bon meaning good. In Scottish usage bonnie means pretty or charming., Origin: Scottish
  • CarIo
    Meaning: The Italian form of Charles; meaning strong or manly, occasionally used in English-speaking countries., Origin: Italian
  • Sterlyn
    Meaning: Of high quality; pure. Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner., Origin: English
  • Celestina
    Meaning: Variant of Celeste : This French name is based on the Latin caelestis meaning heavenly. Used as both a masculine and feminine name in France., Origin: French
  • Bonny lee
    Meaning: From the French bon meaning good. In Scottish usage bonnie means pretty or charming., Origin: Scottish
  • Bonny jean
    Meaning: From the French bon meaning good. In Scottish usage bonnie means pretty or charming., Origin: Scottish
  • Albreda
    Meaning: Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, from an Old German name meaning elf counsel Was originally used for both sexes, but is now regarded as a feminine name., Origin: English
  • Cecile
    Meaning: Feminine form of Cecil: Derived from the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is based on the Latin coccus meaning blind., Origin: English
  • Kaelah
    Meaning: Variant of Kay, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure. Famous bearer: Kayla is a character on daytime TV series Days of Our Lives. ., Origin: English
  • Avira
    Meaning: Variant of Albreda: Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, from an Old German name meaning elf counsel Was originally used for both sexes, but is now regarded as a feminine name., Origin: English
  • Isohel
    Meaning: Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction., Origin: Hebrew
  • Saikat
    Meaning: Sea shore, from kinnara, Which is a Bengali word meaning bank/shore, Origin: Hindi
  • Isahella
    Meaning: Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction., Origin: Hebrew
  • Isahel
    Meaning: Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction., Origin: Hebrew
  • Grizzel
    Meaning: Variant of Griselda: From the Old German, meaning grey battle or Christian battle., Origin: German
  • Isahelle
    Meaning: Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction., Origin: Hebrew
  • Bernette
    Meaning: Feminine of bernard meaning strong as a bear or bear hard, Origin: French
  • Duayne
    Meaning: Dark. Many Irish and Scottish names have the meaning dark or black.., Origin: Irish
  • Anwaar
    Meaning: Rays of light, blossoms, meaning light, glow, gleam, Origin: Arabic
  • Bernadea
    Meaning: Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard., Origin: French
  • Bernadina
    Meaning: Feminine of bernard meaning strong as a bear or bear hard, Origin: French
  • Bernita
    Meaning: Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard., Origin: French
  • Bernelle
    Meaning: Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard., Origin: French
  • Berneen
    Meaning: Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard., Origin: French
  • Janais
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Janaye
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Jeanay
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Jeanae
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Jenai
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Khafiz
    Meaning: Easy, comfortable, smooth, also a name of Allah Al-Khafid meaning one who humbles, The Abaser, hence Abdul Khafid, Origin: Arabic
  • Bonnie jo
    Meaning: From the French bon meaning good. In Scottish usage bonnie means pretty or charming., Origin: Scottish
  • Bhubandeep
    Meaning: Bhuban means the world & Deep means the light source. so the total meaning goes towards the Sun, Origin: Hindi
  • Alphonsus
    Meaning: Variant of Alphonso: From Old German Adalfuns meaning noble-ready. Common in Spain since the 7th century. Famous bearer: Gangster Al Capones name was Alphonse., Origin: German
  • Chanderbhan
    Meaning: Chander means Moon, Bhan means Sun both meaning is energy energetic and peace nature, Origin: Hindi
  • Corney
    Meaning: Diminutive of Cornelius: Strong willed or wise. Cornelius is sometimes used as a translation of the name Conchubhar meaning High Desire., Origin: Irish
  • Bride
    Meaning: A variant of the Celtic Bridget, meaning strong. Although Bride was once a common name in England and Scotland, it is rarely seen today., Origin: Celtic
  • Ailna
    Meaning: Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German athal meaning noble., Origin: German
  • Ailne
    Meaning: Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German athal meaning noble., Origin: German
  • Abhyan
    Meaning: Literal meaning of ‘abhyan’ is to start a movement, Origin: Hindi
  • Adoff
    Meaning: German form of Adalwolf meaning noble wolf, generally associated with the 20th-century German dictator Adolf Hitler., Origin: German
  • LaVyrle
    Meaning: Famous bearer: bestselling romance lovelist LaVyrle Spencer. Origin unknown. May be a derivative of the French Laverna, meaning born in the spring., Origin: English
  • Antonina
    Meaning: Feminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower., Origin: English
  • Amyas
    Meaning: From the Old French name derived from Latin amatus meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel Westward Ho!., Origin: French
  • Dud
    Meaning: Diminutive of Dudley: From the peoples meadow. From a surname and place name derived from the Old English, meaning Duddas clearing. Famous bearer: Actor Dudley Moore., Origin: English
  • Doggie
    Meaning: Diminutive of Douglas: From the Gaelic dubhglas meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river., Origin: Scottish
  • Shakia
    Meaning: The name Aabha is a baby girl name. The name Aabha comes from the African-American origin. In English the meaning of the name Aabha is:, Origin: Native American
  • Alds
    Meaning: Variant of Aldo: Originally an Old German name meaning old. Popular in Italy and among North American families of Italian descent. Aldo was an 8th century saint. Old or wise., Origin: German
  • Aldreda
    Meaning: Feminine form of Aldred: From the Old English Ealdraed, meaning old counsel. Aldred was common before the Norman Conquest, and revived in the 19th century. Wise or red haired man., Origin: English
  • Albertine
    Meaning: Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. Albert became popular in England after Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840., Origin: English
  • Philibert
    Meaning: French derivitive of the Old German Filibert, meaning very bright. Famous bearer: 7th century French abbot St Philibert., Origin: French
  • Neddy
    Meaning: Diminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Also a diminutive of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful., Origin: English
  • Neddie
    Meaning: Diminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Also a diminutive of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful., Origin: English
  • Aiwyn
    Meaning: Variant of Alvin: Wise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names., Origin: English
  • Gerontius
    Meaning: Diminutive of Geraint: A variant of the Latin Gerontius, from the Greek geron meaning old. Famous bearer: Welsh opera singer Sir Geraint Evans., Origin: Welsh
  • Baubie
    Meaning: Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning., Origin: English
  • Janai
    Meaning: Modern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning God has answered. ., Origin: English
  • Atheistan
    Meaning: From the Old English Aethelstan meaning noble stone. Atheistan was a 10th century Anglo-Saxon king. Sir Walter Scott used the name Atheistan in his 19th century novel Ivanhoe., Origin: English
  • Cedrych
    Meaning: Variant of Cedric: Cedric was a character in Sir Walter Scotts 1819 novel Ivanhoe. Possibly derived from a misspelling of Cerdic, a 6th-century king of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, meaning bounty-pattern., Origin: English
  • Evian
    Meaning: Variant of Evan; the French town famous for Evian springwater. A blend of Evan and Ian meaning John-John.., Origin: English
  • Eth
    Meaning: Diminutive of Ethel: From the Old English aethel meaning noble. Also a diminutive of Etheldreda, Ethelinda, and other feminine names beginning with Ethel-. Famous bearer: American actresses Ethel Merman and Ethel Barrymore., Origin: English
  • Arthurina
    Meaning: Feminine form of Arthur: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century., Origin: English
  • Arthuretta
    Meaning: Feminine form of Arthur: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century., Origin: English
  • Edouard
    Meaning: Variant of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Famous bearer: King Edward the Elder, son of Alfred the Great; Edward VIII, who abdicated in 1936 to be with the divorced woman he loved., Origin: English

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