Female Character names by theme.

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Ada German, means “noble, nobility”.
Ainsley Scottish, means “one’s own meadow”.
Alexa Greek, means “defender of men”.
Alice German, means “noble”.
Alina Slavic, means “bright, beautiful”.
Amber English, from the gemstone, symbolizing healing.
Amelia German, means “work, effort”.
Angel Greek, means “messenger”.
Anna Hebrew, means “grace”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Ashley English, means “ash tree meadow”.
Athena Greek, goddess of wisdom and war.
Audrey English, means “noble strength”.
Autumn English, symbolizes change and transition.
Ava Latin, means “bird”.
Bella Italian, means “beautiful”.
Beth Hebrew, diminutive of Elizabeth, means “God is my oath”.
Blair Scottish, means “field, plain”.
Brianna Irish, means “strong, virtuous, honorable”.
Brooke English, means “small stream”.
Callie Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Camille French, means “young religious attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved”.
Cassandra Greek, means “she who entangles men”.
Cassidy Irish, means “curly-haired”.
Catherine Greek, means “pure”.
Charlotte French, means “free man”.
Chelsea English, means “chalk landing place”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming” or “fertility”.
Claire French, means “clear, bright”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Daisy English, from the flower, symbolizing innocence.
Dana English, means “from Denmark”.
Danielle Hebrew, means “God is my judge”.
Daphne Greek, means “laurel”.
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Diana Latin, means “divine”.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight”.
Eleanor Greek, means “light”.
Elena Spanish, means “shining light”.
Eliza Hebrew, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Elle French, means “she”.
Emily Latin, means “striving, industrious”.
Emma German, means “whole” or “universal”.
Erin Irish, means “from Ireland”.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Evelyn English, means “wished for child”.
Faith English, symbolizes trust and belief.
Fiona Gaelic, means “white, fair”.
Freya Norse, goddess of love, beauty, and war.
Gabriella Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, jewel”.
Georgia English, feminine form of George.
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Grace English, from the virtue of grace.
Gwen Welsh, means “white, holy”.
Hailey English, means “hay field”.
Hannah Hebrew, means “favor, grace”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Heather English, from the heather plant.
Holly English, from the holly tree.
Hope English, from the virtue of hope.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Ivy English, from the ivy plant, symbolizing faithfulness.
Jade English, from the precious stone.
Jane English, means “God is gracious”.
Jasmine Persian, from the flower.
Jenna English, diminutive of Jennifer.
Jessica Hebrew, means “God beholds”.
Jill English, short for Jillian.
Joan Hebrew, means “God is gracious”.
Jocelyn English, means “joyous, cheerful”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down”.
Josephine French, means “Jehovah increases”.
Julia Latin, means “youthful, soft-haired”.
Julianne Latin, feminine form of Julian.
Julie French, diminutive of Julia.
June Latin, from the month, symbolizing youth.
Kara Latin, means “beloved”.
Kate English, diminutive of Katherine.
Katherine Greek, means “pure”.
Katie English, diminutive of Katherine.
Katrina Greek, variant of Katherine.
Kayla Hebrew, means “laurel, crown”.
Keira Irish, means “dark”.
Kelly Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Kelsey English, means “from the ship’s island”.
Kendra English, means “knowledge”.
Kiera Irish, variant of Ciara.
Kim English, short for Kimberly.
Kimberly English, means “from the wood of the royal forest”.
Kristen English, means “follower of Christ”.
Kylie Aboriginal, means “boomerang”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Laura Latin, means “laurel”.
Lauren English, feminine form of Laurence.
Leah Hebrew, means “weary”.
Leanne English, combination of Lee and Anne.
Lena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Leslie Scottish, means “holly garden”.
Lila Arabic, means “night”.
Lily English, from the lily flower, symbolizing purity.
Linda Spanish, means “pretty”.
Lisa English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Lola Spanish, diminutive of Dolores.
Lottie English, diminutive of Charlotte.
Louise German, means “renowned warrior”.
Lucy English, means “light”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lynne English, means “lake”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Macy English, means “hill”.
Madeline English, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maggie English, diminutive of Margaret.
Maisie Scottish, diminutive of Mairead.
Mara Hebrew, means “bitter”.
Margaret Greek, means “pearl”.
Maria Latin, means “star of the sea”.
Marianne English, combination of Mary and Anne.
Marie French, form of Maria.
Marilyn English, combination of Mary and Lyn.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marissa English, means “of the sea”.
Martha Aramaic, means “lady, mistress”.
Mary Hebrew, means “star of the sea”.
Maya Hebrew, means “water”.
Megan Welsh, means “pearl”.
Melanie Greek, means “black, dark”.
Melissa Greek, means “honey bee”.
Mia Italian, means “mine”.
Michelle French, means “who is like God”.
Mina German, means “love”.
Miranda Latin, means “admirable, wonderful”.
Molly English, diminutive of Mary.
Monica Latin, means “advisor”.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naomi Hebrew, means “pleasantness”.
Natalie Latin, means “Christmas Day”.
Natasha Russian, diminutive of Natalia.
Nell English, short for Eleanor or Helen, means “bright, shining one”.
Nicole French, means “victory of the people”.
Nina Spanish, means “little girl”.
Nora English, diminutive of Honora.
Olive English, from the olive tree, symbolizing peace.
Olivia Latin, means “olive tree”.
Paige English, means “young servant”.
Pamela Greek, means “all honey”.
Patience English, from the virtue of patience.
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, shining”.
Piper English, means “pipe player”.
Poppy English, from the poppy flower.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rachel Hebrew, means “ewe”.
Rebecca Hebrew, means “servant of God”.
Regina Latin, means “queen”.
Renee French, means “reborn”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Rita Spanish, diminutive of Margarita.
Robin English, from the bird, symbolizing joy.
Rosa Latin, from the rose flower.
Rose English, from the rose flower.
Ruby English, from the gemstone, symbolizing passion.
Ruth Hebrew, means “companion, friend”.
Sabrina Latin, of Celtic origin.
Sadie English, diminutive of Sarah.
Sally English, diminutive of Sarah.
Samantha Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sara Hebrew, means “princess”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Scarlett English, from the color, symbolizing passion.
Serena Latin, means “serene, calm”.
Shannon Gaelic, means “old, wise river”.
Shelby English, means “a sheltered town”.
Sierra Spanish, means “mountain range”.
Simone Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sofia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Sophie Greek, means “wisdom”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Summer English, from the season.
Sydney English, means “wide meadow”.
Sylvia Latin, means “from the forest”.
Tanya Russian, diminutive of Tatiana.
Tara Gaelic, means “hill, star”.
Tessa Greek, diminutive of Theresa, means “to reap, to gather”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Theresa Greek, means “to reap, to gather”.
Tiffany Greek, means “manifestation of God”.
Tina English, diminutive of Christina.
Tori English, diminutive of Victoria, means “victor”.
Tracy English, means “place of Thracius”.
Valerie Latin, means “strength, health”.
Vanessa English, created by Jonathan Swift.
Vera Russian, means “faith”.
Veronica Latin, means “true image”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Abrielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Adriana Latin, means “dark, rich”.
Aisha Arabic, means “living, prosperous”.
Akasha Sanskrit, means “ether, space”.
Alana Irish, means “beauty, serenity”.
Alessandra Italian, means “defender of mankind”.
Alessia Italian, means “defender”.
Amara Igbo and Latin, means “grace, mercy, kindness”.
Anastasia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Andromeda Greek, a mythological princess known for her independence.
Angelique French, means “angelic, messenger”.
Anjali Sanskrit, means “divine offering”.
Anya Russian, means “grace”.
Arabella Latin, means “yielding to prayer”.
Ariadne Greek, means “most holy”.
Astrid Norse, means “divinely beautiful”.
Athena Greek, goddess of wisdom and warfare.
Beatrice Italian, means “she who brings happiness”.
Bellatrix Latin, means “female warrior”.
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Bianka Italian, variation of Bianca, means “white, pure”.
Brigitte French, means “strength, exalted one”.
Bronwyn Welsh, means “fair, blessed”.
Calista Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Camilla Latin, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved, dear”.
Carmilla Latin, a variant of Carmel, means “garden”.
Cassandra Greek, means “shining upon man”.
Catarina Greek, means “pure”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Celestine Latin, means “heavenly”.
Celine French, means “moon”.
Charlotte French, means “free man, petite”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming, fertility”.
Ciara Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Cleo Greek, short for Cleopatra, means “glory of the father”.
Colette French, means “people of victory”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Cordelia Latin, means “heart, daughter of the sea”.
Cyra Persian, means “sun”.
Dahlia Swedish, a flower associated with elegance and dignity.
Daphne Greek, a nymph associated with freshness and purity.
Delaney Irish, means “dark challenger”.
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Demetria Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Desdemona Greek, means “ill-starred”.
Dominique French, means “of the Lord”.
Drusilla Latin, means “dewy-eyed”.
Elara Greek, a lover of Zeus and mother of a giant.
Elena Spanish, means “bright, shining light”.
Eliana Hebrew, means “my God has answered”.
Elise French, means “God is my oath”.
Eloise French, means “healthy, wide”.
Elvira Spanish, means “foreign, true”.
Emilia Latin, means “to strive or excel or rival”.
Esmeralda Spanish, means “emerald”.
Estella Latin, means “star”.
Evangeline Greek, means “bearer of good news”.
Fabienne French, means “bean grower”.
Faye French, means “fairy”.
Felicia Latin, means “lucky, successful”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair, white, clear”.
Fleur French, means “flower”.
Francesca Italian, means “free one, from France”.
Gabrielle Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Ginevra Italian, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Greta German, means “pearl”.
Guinevere Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Gwendolyn Welsh, means “white ring”.
Halina Greek, means “light”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Helena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Hera Greek, queen of the gods.
Isabella Italian, means “pledged to God”.
Isadora Greek, means “gift of Isis”.
Jasmine Persian, a flower symbolizing grace and elegance.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Juliet French, means “youthful, Jove’s child”.
Juliette French, means “youthful, Jove’s child”.
Juno Latin, Roman queen of the gods.
Kali Sanskrit, a goddess symbolizing destruction and rebirth.
Karina Scandinavian, means “pure”.
Katya Russian, means “pure”.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kendra English, means “knowing”.
Kiara Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kiera Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Laila Arabic, means “night”.
Lana Slavic, means “light”.
Larissa Greek, means “citadel”.
Lavinia Latin, means “purity”.
Layla Arabic, means “night”.
Lenora Greek, means “light”.
Liana French, means “to bind”.
Lila Sanskrit, means “play, amusement”.
Lilith Assyrian, a mythological figure associated with independence.
Lola Spanish, means “sorrows”.
Lorelei German, a siren figure from German folklore.
Lucinda Latin, means “light”.
Lucretia Latin, means “profit, wealth”.
Luna Latin, means “moon”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lyra Greek, means “lyre”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Madeleine Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maeve Irish, means “she who intoxicates”.
Magdalena Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Marcella Latin, means “warlike”.
Margo French, means “pearl”.
Mariella Italian, means “bitter sea”.
Marisol Spanish, means “sea and sun”.
Melisande French, means “strong in work”.
Miranda Latin, means “worthy of admiration”.
Morgana Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Natalia Latin, means “Christmas day”.
Natalya Russian, means “Christmas day”.
Natasha Russian, means “birthday of the Lord”.
Neve Irish, means “snow, bright”.
Nicolette French, means “victory of the people”.
Noella French, means “Christmas”.
Noemi Italian, means “my delight”.
Octavia Latin, means “eighth”.
Odessa Greek, means “long journey”.
Odette French, means “wealthy”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Oriana Latin, means “dawn”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Persephone Greek, goddess of spring and the underworld.
Petra Greek, means “rock, stone”.
Phaedra Greek, means “bright”.
Philippa Greek, means “lover of horses”.
Phoenix Greek, a mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Portia Latin, means “pig, hog”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Ramona Spanish, means “wise protector”.
Raquel Spanish, means “ewe”.
Raven English, a bird symbolizing mystery and intelligence.
Regina Latin, means “queen”.
Renata Latin, means “reborn”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Roxanne Persian, means “dawn”.
Ruby Latin, a precious stone symbolizing passion and vitality.
Sabine Latin, refers to an ancient Italian tribe.
Sabrina Latin, a legendary figure associated with the River Severn.
Salome Hebrew, means “peace”.
Samara Hebrew, means “under God’s rule”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Scarlett English, means “red”.
Selena Greek, means “moon”.
Serena Latin, means “tranquil, serene”.
Shiloh Hebrew, means “peaceful”.
Sibyl Greek, means “prophetess”.
Sienna Italian, a city known for its beautiful art.
Simone Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Sofia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Solange French, means “solemn, dignified”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Svetlana Slavic, means “light”.
Tabitha Aramaic, means “gazelle”.
Tatiana Russian, means “fairy queen”.
Tatienne French, means “fairy queen”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Theodora Greek, means “gift of God”.
Tia Spanish, means “aunt”.
Trinity Latin, means “triad”.
Uma Sanskrit, means “light”.
Ursula Latin, means “little bear”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Valeria Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Vanessa Greek, means “butterfly”.
Veda Sanskrit, means “knowledge”.
Verona Italian, a city in Italy.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Vienna German, a city known for its cultural richness.
Violet Latin, a flower symbolizing modesty and simplicity.
Vittoria Italian, means “victory”.
Vivian Latin, means “alive”.
Wanda Slavic, means “wanderer”.
Willow English, a tree associated with flexibility and grace.
Winona Sioux, means “firstborn daughter”.
Xanthe Greek, means “golden, yellow”.
Xenia Greek, means “hospitality”.
Xiomara Spanish, means “ready for battle”.
Yara Brazilian, means “water lady”.
Yasmine Persian, means “jasmine flower”.
Yelena Russian, means “sunlight”.
Yesenia Spanish, means “flower”.
Ysabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Yvette French, means “yew”.
Zara Arabic, means “princess, to blossom”.
Zephyra Greek, means “west wind”.
Zephyrine French, means “west wind”.
Zinnia Latin, a colorful flower.
Zoë Greek, means “life”.
Zora Slavic, means “dawn”.
Aaliyah Arabic, means “exalted, highest social standing”.
Acacia Greek, from the acacia tree, symbolizes immortality and resurrection.
Adira Hebrew, means “strong, noble, powerful”.
Aisling Irish, means “dream, vision”.
Alba Latin, means “dawn, white”.
Allegra Italian, means “joyful, lively”.
Amethyst Greek, from the violet stone, symbolizes spiritual clarity.
Anouk Dutch/French, means “grace”.
April English, symbolizing spring and new beginnings.
Aquila Latin, means “eagle”.
Arbor Latin, means “tree”.
Ariadne Greek, means “most holy”.
Artemis Greek, name of the goddess of the hunt and wilderness.
Aspen English, from the aspen tree, symbolizing resilience.
Aster Greek, means “star”.
Aura Latin, means “soft breeze”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Autumn English, from the season, symbolizing change.
Azalea Greek, from the flower, symbolizing femininity and softness.
Azure English, from the color, symbolizing clarity and depth.
Bay English, from the bay tree or bay area, symbolizing peace and tranquility.
Beatrix Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Birdie English, diminutive of Bird, symbolizes freedom.
Blythe English, means “free spirit, happy, carefree”.
Brisa Spanish, means “breeze”.
Brooke English, means “small stream”.
Bryony Greek, from the climbing plant, symbolizing growth and evolution.
Cadence Latin, means “rhythm”.
Calista Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Calliope Greek, means “beautiful voice”, also the muse of epic poetry.
Calypso Greek, from mythology, means “she who hides”.
Camellia Latin, from the flower, symbolizes admiration and perfection.
Capri Italian, from the Isle of Capri, symbolizing idyllic beauty.
Cara Italian, means “beloved”.
Cassia Greek, from the spice, symbolizes boldness.
Celestia Latin, means “heavenly”.
Cerise French, means “cherry”.
Ciel French, means “sky”.
Cierra Spanish, means “mountain range”.
Cinnamon English, from the spice, symbolizes warmth.
Clementine Latin, means “mild, merciful”.
Clover English, from the plant, symbolizes luck and simplicity.
Coral English, from the marine invertebrates, symbolizes transformation.
Cordelia Latin, means “heart; daughter of the sea”.
Corinna Greek, means “maiden”.
Cosima Greek, means “order, beauty”.
Cove English, a small coastal inlet, symbolizes shelter and peace.
Cyra Persian, means “sun” or “throne”.
Dahlia Swedish, from the flower, symbolizes elegance and dignity.
Damaris Greek, means “calf; to tame”.
Danica Slavic, means “morning star”.
Delphine French, means “dolphin”, symbolizing playfulness.
Demi French, means “half” or “small”.
Dove English, from the bird, symbolizes peace and purity.
Echo Greek, from mythology, symbolizes repetition and resonance.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight, paradise”.
Elara Greek, one of Jupiter’s moons, symbolizes wonder.
Elowen Cornish, means “elm tree”.
Ember English, from the smoldering remains of a fire, symbolizing warmth.
Emerald English, from the gemstone, symbolizing rebirth and love.
Esmeralda Spanish, means “emerald”.
Estrella Spanish, means “star”.
Etta English, diminutive of Henrietta, means “estate ruler”.
Fable English, a story with a moral, symbolizing storytelling and imagination.
Fae English, means “fairy”.
Fallon Irish, means “leader”.
Fawn English, from the young deer, symbolizing gentleness.
Fern English, from the plant, symbolizing sincerity.
Fia Italian, means “flame”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair”.
Fleur French, means “flower”.
Flora Latin, means “flower”.
Gaia Greek, means “earth”, from mythology.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, jewel”.
Genesis Greek, means “beginning”.
Ginevra Italian, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Giselle French, means “pledge”.
Goldie English, diminutive of Gold or Marigold.
Guinevere Welsh, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Gypsy English, symbolizing a nomadic or free-spirited lifestyle.
Halcyon Greek, means “kingfisher bird”, symbolizing peace.
Harlow English, means “army hill”.
Harmony English, from the term denoting a pleasing arrangement of parts.
Haven English, means “safe place”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Hera Greek, queen of the gods in mythology.
Hero Greek, from mythology, symbolizes bravery.
Holly English, from the holly tree.
Hyacinth Greek, from the flower, symbolizing playfulness and sport.
Indigo English, from the deep blue dye.
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, beloved”.
Iona Scottish, from the island in the Hebrides.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isabeau French, means “pledge to God”.
Isolde Welsh, from mythology, associated with tragic romance.
Ivy English, from the climbing vine plant.
Jade English, from the precious stone.
Jemima Hebrew, means “dove”.
Jessamine Persian, variant of Jasmine.
Juniper Latin, from the evergreen shrub.
Kaia Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Kairi Japanese, means “sea”.
Katniss American, from the plant name, associated with survival.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kestrel English, from the bird of prey.
Kiera Irish, means “dark”.
Lark English, from the songbird, symbolizing joy.
Laurel Latin, from the laurel tree, symbolizing victory.
Lavender English, from the flower, symbolizing calmness.
Leilani Hawaiian, means “heavenly flowers”.
Lenore English, variant of Eleanor, means “light”.
Liberty English, symbolizing freedom.
Lilac English, from the flower, symbolizing first love.
Lily English, from the flower, symbolizing purity.
Linnea Swedish, from the flower named after Carl Linnaeus.
Liora Hebrew, means “light for me”.
Lotus English, from the flower, symbolizing purity and enlightenment.
Lua Portuguese, means “moon”.
Lucia Latin, means “light”.
Luna Latin, means “moon”.
Lyra Greek, from the constellation.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Magnolia Latin, from the flower, symbolizing dignity.
Maia Greek, means “mother”.
Maple English, from the tree, symbolizing balance and promise.
Marigold English, from the flower, symbolizing warmth.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marlowe English, means “driftwood”.
Meadow English, a field of grass, symbolizing nature.
Melody Greek, means “song”.
Mercy English, from the virtue, symbolizing compassion.
Mira Latin, means “wonderful”.
Misty English, from the weather phenomenon, symbolizing mystery.
Moira Greek, means “fate, destiny”.
Myrtle English, from the plant, symbolizing love and immortality.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Nala African, means “gift” in Swahili.
Nell English, short for Eleanor or Helen, means “bright, shining one”.
Neve Irish, means “snow”.
Niamh Irish, means “bright”.
Nola Irish, means “white shoulder”.
Noor Arabic, means “light”.
Nova Latin, means “new”.
Oceane French, means “ocean”.
October English, from the month, symbolizing autumn.
Odelette French, means “little song”.
Olive English, from the olive tree, symbolizing peace.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Pansy English, from the flower, symbolizing thoughtfulness.
Pearl English, from the gemstone, symbolizing purity.
Peony Greek, from the flower, symbolizing bashfulness.
Persephone Greek, queen of the underworld in mythology.
Petra Greek, means “rock, stone”.
Phoenix Greek, mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Piper English, means “pipe player”.
Poppy English, from the flower, symbolizing remembrance.
Primrose English, from the flower, symbolizing youth.
Prudence English, from the virtue, symbolizing caution.
Rain English, symbolizing renewal and cleansing.
Ramona Spanish, means “wise protector”.
Raven English, from the bird, symbolizing mystery.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Rhiannon Welsh, associated with the goddess of fertility and the moon.
Rio Spanish, means “river”.
River English, symbolizing continuous movement.
Robin English, from the bird, symbolizing renewal.
Rosalind German, means “gentle horse”.
Rosemary Latin, from the herb, symbolizing remembrance.
Rowan Gaelic, from the tree, symbolizing protection.
Ruby English, from the gemstone, symbolizing passion.
Rue English, from the herb, symbolizing regret.
Sabine Latin, from the Sabines tribe.
Sadie English, diminutive of Sarah, means “princess”.
Saffron English, from the spice, symbolizing purity.
Sage English, from the herb, symbolizing wisdom.
Sahara Arabic, means “desert”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Saskia Dutch, means “Saxon woman”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Scarlett English, from the color, symbolizing passion.
Seraphina Hebrew, means “fiery-winged”.
Sierra Spanish, means “mountain range”.
Skye Scottish, from the Isle of Skye.
Sloane Gaelic, means “raider”.
Solange French, means “solemn”.
Soleil French, means “sun”.
Sorrel French, from the herb, symbolizing affection.
Star English, symbolizing celestial beauty.
Summer English, from the season, symbolizing warmth.
Talia Hebrew, means “dew from God”.
Tamsin English, diminutive of Thomasina, means “twin”.
Tansy Greek, from the flower, symbolizing immortality.
Tatum English, means “cheerful”.
Terra Latin, means “earth”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish, bloom”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Thora Norse, means “thunder”.
Twila English, means “twilight”.
Abby Hebrew, means “father’s joy”.
Ada German, means “noble, nobility”.
Aimee French, means “beloved”.
Alice German, means “noble”.
Allie English, diminutive of Alison or Alice.
Amber English, from the gemstone.
Amelia German, means “work”.
Amy French, means “beloved”.
Anna Hebrew, means “grace”.
Annie English, diminutive of Anne, means “grace”.
April English, from the month, symbolizing spring.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Ashley English, means “ash tree meadow”.
Aubrey English, means “elf ruler”.
Ava Latin, means “bird”.
Bailey English, means “bailiff” or “steward”.
Becca English, diminutive of Rebecca, means “servant of God”.
Bella Italian, means “beautiful”.
Betsy English, diminutive of Elizabeth, means “God is my oath”.
Betty English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Blair Scottish, means “field, plain”.
Bonnie Scottish, means “pretty, attractive”.
Bree Irish, means “strength or exalted one”.
Bridget Irish, means “strength or exalted one”.
Brooke English, means “small stream”.
Callie Greek, diminutive of Caroline, means “beautiful”.
Camille French, means “young religious attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved”.
Carly English, diminutive of Caroline.
Carmen Latin, means “song”.
Carrie English, diminutive of Carol or Caroline.
Casey Irish, means “brave in battle”.
Cassie English, diminutive of Cassandra.
Catie English, diminutive of Catherine, means “pure”.
Charlotte French, means “free man”.
Chelsea English, means “chalk landing place”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming” or “fertility”.
Claire French, means “clear, bright”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Courtney French, means “courtly, courteous”.
Daisy English, from the flower, symbolizing innocence.
Dana English, from Danish, means “Danish”.
Danielle Hebrew, means “God is my judge”.
Daphne Greek, means “laurel”.
Darla English, means “darling”.
Dawn English, signifies the first appearance of light.
Debbie English, diminutive of Deborah.
Delia Greek, means “from Delos”.
Diana Latin, means “divine”.
Donna Italian, means “lady”.
Dora Greek, means “gift”.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight”.
Elise French, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Ella English, means “all, completely; fairy maiden”.
Ellie English, diminutive of Eleanor or Ellen.
Emily Latin, means “striving, industrious”.
Emma German, means “whole” or “universal”.
Erin Irish, means “from Ireland”.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Faith English, from the virtue of faith.
Fiona Gaelic, means “white, fair”.
Gabby English, diminutive of Gabrielle.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, jewel”.
Georgia English, feminine form of George, means “farmer”.
Grace English, from the virtue of grace.
Gwen Welsh, means “white, holy”.
Hailey English, means “hay field”.
Hannah Hebrew, means “favor, grace”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Heather English, from the heather plant.
Heidi German, diminutive of Adelheid, means “nobility”.
Helen Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Holly English, from the holly tree.
Hope English, from the virtue of hope.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Ivy English, from the ivy plant, symbolizing faithfulness.
Jackie English, diminutive of Jacqueline.
Jamie English, diminutive of James, means “supplanter”.
Jane English, means “God is gracious”.
Jemma English, variant of Gemma.
Jenna English, diminutive of Jennifer.
Jenny English, diminutive of Jennifer.
Jessie English, diminutive of Jessica.
Jill English, diminutive of Jillian.
Jodie English, feminine form of Joe.
Josie English, diminutive of Josephine.
Julia Latin, means “youthful, soft-haired”.
Julie French, diminutive of Julia.
June Latin, from the month of June.
Kara Latin, means “beloved”.
Kate English, diminutive of Katherine.
Katie English, diminutive of Katherine.
Kayla Hebrew, means “laurel, crown”.
Keira Irish, means “dark”.
Kelly Irish, means “war, strife”.
Kelsey English, means “from the ship’s island”.
Kendra English, means “knowledge”.
Kiera Irish, means “dark”.
Kim English, diminutive of Kimberly.
Kristen English, means “follower of Christ”.
Kylie Aboriginal, means “boomerang”.
Lacey English, from Lassy in France.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Laura Latin, means “laurel”.
Lauren English, feminine form of Laurence.
Leah Hebrew, means “weary”.
Leanne English, combination of Lee and Anne.
Lena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Leslie Scottish, means “holly garden”.
Lexi Greek, diminutive of Alexandra, means “defender of men”.
Lila Arabic, means “night”.
Lily English, from the lily flower, symbolizing purity.
Linda Spanish, means “pretty”.
Lisa English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Liv Norse, means “life”.
Lizzie English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Lola Spanish, diminutive of Dolores.
Lottie English, diminutive of Charlotte.
Louise German, means “renowned warrior”.
Lucy English, means “light”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lynn English, means “lake”.
Macy English, means “hill”.
Maddie English, diminutive of Madeline.
Maddy English, diminutive of Madeline.
Maggie English, diminutive of Margaret.
Maisie Scottish, diminutive of Mairead.
Mandy English, diminutive of Amanda.
Mara Hebrew, means “bitter”.
Marcy English, diminutive of Marcella.
Margaret Greek, means “pearl”.
Maria Latin, means “star of the sea”.
Marianne English, combination of Mary and Anne.
Marie French, form of Maria.
Marilyn English, combination of Mary and Lyn.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marissa English, means “of the sea”.
Martha Aramaic, means “lady, mistress”.
Mary Hebrew, means “star of the sea”.
Maura Irish, form of Mary.
Megan Welsh, means “pearl”.
Melanie Greek, means “black, dark”.
Melissa Greek, means “honey bee”.
Mia Italian, means “mine”.
Michelle French, means “who is like God”.
Mina German, means “love”.
Mindy English, diminutive of Melinda.
Miranda Latin, means “admirable, wonderful”.
Molly English, diminutive of Mary.
Monica Latin, means “advisor”.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naomi Hebrew, means “pleasantness”.
Natalie Latin, means “Christmas Day”.
Natasha Russian, diminutive of Natalia.
Nellie English, diminutive of Eleanor.
Nicole French, means “victory of the people”.
Nikki English, diminutive of Nicole.
Nina Spanish, means “little girl”.
Nora English, diminutive of Honora.
Olive English, from the olive tree, symbolizing peace.
Olivia Latin, means “olive tree”.
Paige English, means “young servant”.
Pam English, diminutive of Pamela.
Patsy English, diminutive of Patricia.
Paula Latin, means “small”.
Peggy English, diminutive of Margaret.
Penny English, diminutive of Penelope.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, shining”.
Polly English, diminutive of Mary.
Poppy English, from the poppy flower.
Rachel Hebrew, means “ewe”.
Rebecca Hebrew, means “servant of God”.
Renee French, means “reborn”.
Rita Spanish, diminutive of Margarita.
Robin English, from the bird, symbolizing joy.
Rosa Latin, from the rose flower.
Rosie English, diminutive of Rose.
Roxanne Persian, means “dawn”.
Ruby English, from the gemstone, symbolizing passion.
Ruth Hebrew, means “companion, friend”.
Sadie English, diminutive of Sarah.
Sally English, diminutive of Sarah.
Sam English, unisex diminutive of Samuel or Samantha.
Samantha Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sandy English, diminutive of Sandra.
Sara Hebrew, means “princess”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Serena Latin, means “serene, calm”.
Shannon Gaelic, means “old, wise river”.
Shelby English, means “a sheltered town”.
Shelly English, means “meadow on a ledge”.
Sherri English, diminutive of Sharon.
Shirley English, means “bright meadow”.
Sian Welsh, form of Jane.
Simone Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sophie Greek, means “wisdom”.
Abigail Hebrew, means “father’s joy”.
Ada German, means “noble, nobility”.
Adelaide German, means “noble nature”.
Adeline French, means “noble, nobility”.
Agatha Greek, means “good”.
Agnes Greek, means “pure, holy”.
Aida Arabic, means “returning, visitor”.
Aimee French, means “beloved”.
Alana Irish, means “beautiful, serene”.
Alberta German, means “noble, bright”.
Alethea Greek, means “truth”.
Alexandra Greek, means “defender of mankind”.
Alice German, means “noble”.
Alicia Spanish, means “noble”.
Alina Slavic, means “bright, beautiful”.
Alison German, means “noble”.
Alma Latin, means “nourishing, kind”.
Althea Greek, means “healer”.
Amanda Latin, means “worthy of love”.
Amelia German, means “work”.
Anabel Spanish, means “gracious, beautiful”.
Anastasia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Andrea Italian, means “strong, brave”.
Angela Greek, means “messenger, angel”.
Angelina Italian, means “little angel”.
Annabelle French, means “graceful, beautiful”.
Anne Hebrew, means “grace”.
Annette French, diminutive of Anne.
Antonia Latin, means “priceless”.
April English, symbolizing spring and new beginnings.
Arabella Latin, means “yielding to prayer”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Astrid Norse, means “divinely beautiful”.
Athena Greek, named after the goddess of wisdom.
Audrey English, means “noble strength”.
Augusta Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Beatrice Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Beatrix Latin, means “voyager”.
Belinda German, means “bright serpent” or “beautiful”.
Bernadette French, means “brave as a bear”.
Bethany Hebrew, means “house of figs”.
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Blanche French, means “white”.
Brenda Norse, means “sword”.
Brianna Irish, means “strong, virtuous, honorable”.
Bridget Irish, means “strength or exalted one”.
Camilla Latin, means “young religious attendant”.
Candace Latin, means “white, pure, sincere”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved”.
Carina Latin, means “dear, beloved”.
Carla German, means “free woman”.
Carmen Spanish, means “song”.
Caroline French, means “free woman”.
Cassandra Greek, means “prophetess”.
Catherine Greek, means “pure”.
Cecilia Latin, means “blind”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Celia Latin, means “heaven”.
Charlotte French, means “free woman”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming” or “fertility”.
Christina Greek, means “follower of Christ”.
Claire French, means “clear, bright”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Claudia Latin, means “lame; enclosure”.
Clementine Latin, means “mild, merciful”.
Colette French, diminutive of Nicole.
Constance Latin, means “constant”.
Cordelia Latin, means “heart; daughter of the sea”.
Corinne Greek, means “maiden”.
Cornelia Latin, means “horn”.
Cynthia Greek, means “from Mount Kynthos”.
Daphne Greek, means “laurel”.
Deborah Hebrew, means “bee”.
Delia Greek, means “from Delos”.
Delphine French, means “dolphin”.
Diana Latin, means “divine”.
Dianne French, variation of Diana.
Dorothea Greek, means “gift of God”.
Edith English, means “prosperous in war”.
Elaine French, means “bright, shining light”.
Eleanor Greek, means “light”.
Elena Spanish, means “shining light”.
Elise French, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Eliza Hebrew, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Hebrew, means “God is my oath”.
Eloise French, means “healthy; wide”.
Elvira Spanish, means “white, fair”.
Emilia Latin, means “rival; laborious; eager”.
Emily Latin, means “striving, industrious”.
Emma German, means “whole” or “universal”.
Erica Norse, means “eternal ruler”.
Estelle French, means “star”.
Esther Persian, means “star”.
Ethel English, means “noble”.
Eugenia Greek, means “well-born, noble”.
Eunice Greek, means “good victory”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Evelyn English, means “wished for child”.
Felicia Latin, means “happy, lucky”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair”.
Flora Latin, means “flower”.
Florence Latin, means “flourishing, prosperous”.
Frances Latin, means “free one”.
Freya Norse, goddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
Gabriella Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, jewel”.
Genevieve French, means “tribe woman”.
Georgia English, feminine form of George.
Geraldine German, means “ruler with the spear”.
Giselle French, means “pledge”.
Gloria Latin, means “glory”.
Grace English, from the virtue of grace.
Greta German, diminutive of Margaret, means “pearl”.
Guinevere Welsh, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Gwendolyn Welsh, means “white ring”.
Hannah Hebrew, means “favor, grace”.
Harriet English, means “estate ruler”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Heather English, from the heather plant.
Heidi German, diminutive of Adelheid, means “nobility”.
Helen Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Helena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Henrietta French, means “estate ruler”.
Holly English, from the holly tree.
Hope English, from the virtue of hope.
Imogen English, means “maiden, innocent”.
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, beloved”.
Irene Greek, means “peace”.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isabella Italian, means “pledged to God”.
Isadora Greek, means “gift of Isis”.
Jacqueline French, means “supplanter”.
Jane English, means “God is gracious”.
Jasmine Persian, from the flower.
Jeanette French, diminutive of Jeanne.
Jemima Hebrew, means “dove”.
Jennifer Welsh, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Jessica Hebrew, means “God beholds”.
Joanna Latin, means “God is gracious”.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Josephine French, means “Jehovah increases”.
Joyce Latin, means “merry, joyous”.
Judith Hebrew, means “praised”.
Julia Latin, means “youthful, soft-haired”.
Julianne Latin, feminine form of Julian.
Julie French, diminutive of Julia.
Juliet English, means “youthful, downy”.
June Latin, from the month, symbolizing new beginnings.
Justine Latin, means “just, fair”.
Kara Greek, means “pure”.
Karen Danish, form of Katherine.
Kate English, diminutive of Katherine.
Katherine Greek, means “pure”.
Kathleen Irish, form of Katherine.
Kathryn Greek, form of Katherine.
Katrina Greek, variant of Katherine.
Kayla Hebrew, means “laurel, crown”.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kelly Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Kendra English, means “knowledgeable”.
Kimberly English, means “from the wood of the royal forest”.
Kirsten Scandinavian, form of Christina.
Laila Arabic, means “night”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Laura Latin, means “laurel”.
Laurel Latin, from the laurel tree, symbolizing victory.
Lauren English, feminine form of Laurence.
Leah Hebrew, means “weary”.
Leila Arabic, means “night”.
Lena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Leona Latin, means “lion”.
Leslie Scottish, means “holly garden”.
Lila Arabic, means “night”.
Lillian Latin, means “lily”.
Linda Spanish, means “pretty”.
Lindsey English, means “Lincoln’s marsh”.
Lisa English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Lois Greek, possibly means “better”.
Loretta Italian, diminutive of Laura.
Lorraine French, from the region of Lorraine.
Louisa German, means “renowned warrior”.
Lucia Latin, means “light”.
Lucille French, means “light”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lynette Welsh, means “idol”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Madeline English, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maeve Irish, means “intoxicating”.
Magdalena Greek, means “woman from Magdala”.
Margaret Greek, means “pearl”.
Margot French, diminutive of Margaret.
Maria Latin, means “star of the sea”.
Marian English, variant of Mary.
Marianne English, combination of Mary and Anne.
Marie French, form of Maria.
Marilyn English, combination of Mary and Lyn.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marissa Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marjorie English, variant of Margaret.
Abigail Hebrew, means “my father is joy”.
Adara Hebrew, means “noble, exalted”.
Adelaide German, means “noble kind”.
Aislinn Irish, means “dream, vision”.
Alaska Aleut, means “the mainland”.
Alba Latin, means “dawn, white”.
Allegra Italian, means “joyful, lively”.
Amethyst English, a purple gemstone associated with tranquility.
Anika Sanskrit, means “grace, brilliance, sweet-faced”.
Annora Latin, means “honor”.
Anwen Welsh, means “very fair”.
Arden English, means “valley of the eagle”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Aspen English, a tree associated with resilience in cold climates.
Astrid Norse, means “divinely beautiful”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Avalon Celtic, means “island of apples” – a mythic place of magic.
Azura Spanish, means “sky blue”.
Beatrix Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Bianka Italian, variation of Bianca, means “white, pure”.
Blair Scottish, means “battlefield”.
Brielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Brisa Spanish, means “breeze”.
Bronwen Welsh, means “white breast”.
Cadence Latin, means “rhythm, flow”.
Caleigh Gaelic, means “slender”.
Calista Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Calliope Greek, means “beautiful voice”.
Camille French, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved, dear”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Celine French, means “moon”.
Cerise French, means “cherry”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Colette French, means “people of victory”.
Corinne Greek, means “maiden”.
Cressida Greek, means “gold”.
Danika Slavic, means “morning star”.
Daphne Greek, a nymph associated with freshness and purity.
Delaney Irish, means “dark challenger”.
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Delphine French, means “dolphin”.
Diana Latin, Roman goddess of the moon and hunting.
Dione Greek, a goddess associated with mystery.
Echo Greek, a nymph who loved her own voice.
Eira Welsh, means “snow”.
Elara Greek, a lover of Zeus and mother of a giant.
Eleanor Greek, means “shining light”.
Electra Greek, means “shining, bright”.
Eleni Greek, means “light”.
Elodie French, means “foreign riches”.
Elowen Cornish, means “elm tree”.
Fable English, a story with a moral.
Fallon Irish, means “leader”.
Faye French, means “fairy”.
Felicity Latin, means “happiness, good fortune”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair, white, clear”.
Francesca Italian, means “free one, from France”.
Freya Norse, goddess of love, fertility, and battle.
Gabriella Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gaia Greek, personification of the Earth.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, precious stone”.
Ginevra Italian, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Giovanna Italian, means “God is gracious”.
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Gwen Welsh, means “white, holy”.
Gwyneth Welsh, means “blessed, happy”.
Halia Hawaiian, means “remembrance of a loved one”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Haven English, means “safe place”.
Hazel English, a tree and color symbolizing wisdom and protection.
Hestia Greek, goddess of the hearth and home.
Icyln American, modern invented name, sounds like “icicle”.
Idalia Greek, means “behold the sun”.
Ilene Greek, variation of Helen, means “light”.
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, loved”.
Isabella Italian, means “pledged to God”.
Isla Scottish, means “island”.
Isolde Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Jacinta Spanish, means “hyacinth”.
Jael Hebrew, means “mountain goat”.
Janelle American, modern invented name.
Janessa American, modern invented name.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Jolie French, means “pretty”.
Juniper Latin, a tree symbolizing protection and purification.
Kaida Japanese, means “little dragon”.
Katerina Greek, means “pure”.
Keely Gaelic, means “beautiful, graceful”.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kiana Hawaiian, means “divine, heavenly”.
Kyla Gaelic, means “narrow strait”.
Kyra Greek, means “lady”.
Laila Arabic, means “night”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Lavinia Latin, means “purity”.
Layla Arabic, means “night”.
Lenore Greek, means “light”.
Lilith Assyrian, a mythological figure associated with independence.
Liora Hebrew, means “my light”.
Maeve Irish, means “she who intoxicates”.
Maren Latin, means “sea”.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marisol Spanish, means “sea and sun”.
Melisande French, means “strong in work”.
Meredith Welsh, means “great ruler”.
Mireille French, means “to admire”.
Nadine French, means “hope”.
Naiara Basque, refers to the Virgin Mary.
Niamh Irish, means “bright”.
Noelle French, means “Christmas”.
Noemi Italian, means “my delight”.
Nova Latin, means “new”.
Nyla Arabic, means “winner”.
Oceane French, means “ocean”.
Odessa Greek, means “long journey”.
Odette French, means “wealthy”.
Olwen Welsh, means “white footprint”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Oriana Latin, means “dawn”.
Orlaith Irish, means “golden princess”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Payton English, means “noble”.
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Persephone Greek, goddess of spring and the underworld.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, pure”.
Priya Sanskrit, means “beloved”.
Qadira Arabic, means “capable, powerful”.
Quilla Inca, means “moon”.
Raina Slavic, means “queen”.
Raquel Spanish, means “ewe”.
Raven English, a bird symbolizing mystery and intelligence.
Reina Spanish, means “queen”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Rhian Welsh, means “maiden”.
Rhiannon Welsh, means “great queen”.
Rowan Gaelic, a tree symbolizing protection and strength.
Ruby Latin, a precious stone symbolizing passion and vitality.
Sabine Latin, refers to an ancient Italian tribe.
Sadira Persian, means “lotus tree”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Saskia Dutch, means “Saxon woman”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Scarlett English, means “red”.
Selene Greek, goddess of the moon.
Seraphina Hebrew, means “fiery-winged”.
Serena Latin, means “tranquil, serene”.
Sienna Italian, a city known for its beautiful art.
Signe Norse, means “new victory”.
Silvia Latin, means “forest”.
Skadi Norse, goddess of winter and mountains.
Skye Scottish, refers to the Isle of Skye, a place of beauty and strength.
Solene French, means “solemn, dignified”.
Soraya Persian, means “princess”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Svetlana Slavic, means “light”.
Tamara Hebrew, means “palm tree”.
Tamsin English, means “twin”.
Tatiana Russian, means “fairy queen”.
Tegan Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Thora Norse, means “thunder goddess”.
Tindra Swedish, means “twinkle, sparkle”.
Trista Latin, means “sad”.
Uma Sanskrit, means “light”.
Ursa Latin, means “bear”.
Ursula Latin, means “little bear”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Valeria Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Vega Arabic, a bright star in the constellation Lyra.
Verena German, means “integrity”.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Viola Latin, a flower and a musical instrument.
Vivienne French, means “alive”.
Waverly English, means “meadow of quivering aspens”.
Willow English, a tree associated with flexibility and grace.
Winona Sioux, means “firstborn daughter”.
Winter English, the coldest season, symbolizing tranquility and stillness.
Wren English, a small bird symbolizing agility.
Xandra Greek, short for Alexandra, means “defender of mankind”.
Xanthe Greek, means “golden, yellow”.
Xenia Greek, means “hospitality”.
Xiomara Spanish, means “ready for battle”.
Yara Brazilian, means “water lady”.
Yasmin Persian, means “jasmine flower”.
Yasmine Persian, variation of Yasmin, means “jasmine flower”.
Yelena Russian, means “sunlight”.
Ygritte Norse, a modern invented name from popular culture.
Yseult French, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Zahara Hebrew, means “flower”.
Zara Arabic, means “princess, to blossom”.
Zella African, means “lacking nothing, one who knows the path”.
Zephyra Greek, means “west wind”.
Zephyrine French, means “west wind”.
Zinnia Latin, a colorful flower.
Zora Slavic, means “dawn”.
Ada German, means “noble, nobility”.
Adriana Latin, means “from Hadria”.
Ainsley Scottish, means “one’s own meadow”.
Alaina Gaelic, means “rock”.
Alessia Italian, means “defending warrior”.
Alexandra Greek, means “defender of mankind”.
Amara Igbo, means “grace”.
Anais French, possibly means “gracious, merciful”.
Annalise German, means “graced with God’s bounty”.
Ariana Italian, means “most holy”.
Astrid Scandinavian, means “divinely beautiful”.
Athena Greek, associated with wisdom and warfare.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Beatrix Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Beatriz Spanish/Portuguese, means “brings joy”.
Blair Scottish, means “field, plain”.
Brenna Gaelic, means “little drop of water; raven or black-haired”.
Brielle French, diminutive of Gabrielle.
Cadence Latin, means “rhythm”.
Callista Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Camille French, means “young religious attendant”.
Carina Latin, means “dear, beloved”.
Carmen Spanish, means “song”.
Cassandra Greek, means “prophetess”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Charlize German, means “free man”.
Chelsea English, means “chalk landing place”.
Christabel Latin/Greek, means “beautiful Christian”.
Claudia Latin, means “lame; enclosure”.
Colette French, means “victorious”.
Corinne Greek, means “maiden”.
Dalia Hebrew, means “branch; to draw water”.
Daphne Greek, means “laurel”.
Delaney Irish, means “dark challenger”.
Diana Latin, means “divine”.
Dorian Greek, means “gift”.
Edith English, means “prosperous in war”.
Elaina Greek, means “bright, shining light”.
Elodie French, means “foreign riches”.
Emilia Latin, means “rival; laborious; eager”.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Estelle French, means “star”.
Faye English, means “fairy”.
Felicity Latin, means “happiness”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair”.
Freya Norse, associated with love, beauty, and fertility.
Gail Hebrew, means “father’s joy”.
Gemma Italian, means “gem”.
Genevieve French, means “tribe woman”.
Giselle French, means “pledge”.
Halle Norse, means “rock”.
Harriet English, means “estate ruler”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Helena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Ilona Hungarian, means “light”.
Imogen English, means “maiden, innocent”.
Ingrid Norse, means “fair, beautiful”.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isla Scottish, from the name of the island “Islay”.
Jade Spanish, from the stone jade, symbolizes purity and wisdom.
Janelle American, means “God is gracious”.
Jasmine Persian, from the flower, symbolizing grace and elegance.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down”.
Josephine French, means “Jehovah increases”.
Joyce Latin, means “merry, joyous”.
Judith Hebrew, means “praised”.
Juliet English, means “youthful, downy”.
June Latin, from the month, symbolizing new beginnings.
Kara Greek, means “pure”.
Katerina Greek, means “pure”.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kelsey English, means “from the ship’s island”.
Kendra English, means “knowledgeable”.
Kiera Irish, means “dark”.
Laila Arabic, means “night”.
Lana Slavic, means “light”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Laurel Latin, from the laurel tree, symbolizing victory.
Leah Hebrew, means “weary”.
Leila Arabic, means “night”.
Lena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Leonie Latin, means “lion”.
Liana French, means “to bind”.
Lilian English, means “lily”.
Lola Spanish, diminutive of Dolores.
Lorelei German, means “alluring”.
Lorraine French, from the region of Lorraine.
Lucia Latin, means “light”.
Lucinda Latin, means “light”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lyra Latin, from the constellation.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Madeleine French, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maeve Irish, means “intoxicating”.
Maren Latin, means “sea”.
Margot French, diminutive of Margaret.
Mariah Hebrew, variant of Maria.
Mariam Hebrew, variant of Mary.
Maribel Spanish, combination of Maria and Bella.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marissa Latin, means “of the sea”.
Matilda German, means “battle-mighty”.
Maura Irish, form of Mary.
Maya Hebrew, means “water”.
Melina Greek, means “honey”.
Melody Greek, means “song”.
Meredith Welsh, means “great ruler”.
Mia Scandinavian, means “bitter” or “beloved”.
Miranda Latin, means “marvelous”.
Miriam Hebrew, original form of Mary.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naomi Hebrew, means “pleasantness”.
Natalia Latin, means “Christmas Day”.
Natasha Russian, diminutive of Natalia.
Neve Irish, means “snow”.
Nia Welsh, means “brightness”.
Noelle French, means “Christmas”.
Nora Latin, means “honor”.
Octavia Latin, means “eighth”.
Olive English, from the olive tree.
Olivia Latin, means “olive tree”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Paige English, means “assistant, page”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Patrice Latin, feminine form of Patrick.
Paula Latin, means “small”.
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, pure”.
Piper English, means “pipe player”.
Priscilla Latin, means “ancient”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rachel Hebrew, means “ewe”.
Raquel Spanish, form of Rachel.
Raven English, from the bird.
Reagan Irish, means “little king”.
Reese Welsh, means “ardor”.
Regina Latin, means “queen”.
Renee French, means “reborn”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Rita Spanish, diminutive of Margarita.
Robin English, from the bird.
Rosalind Old German, means “pretty rose”.
Rosamund German, means “horse protector”.
Rose English, from the rose flower.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Roxanne Persian, means “dawn”.
Ruby English, from the gemstone.
Sabrina Latin, of Celtic origin.
Sadie English, diminutive of Sarah.
Sage English, means “wise”.
Samara Hebrew/Arabic, means “guarded by God” or “seedling”.
Sandra Greek, diminutive of Alexandra.
Sasha Russian, diminutive of Alexandra.
Saskia Dutch, means “Saxon woman”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Scarlett English, from the color.
Selena Greek, means “moon”.
Serena Latin, means “serene, calm”.
Shannon Gaelic, means “old, wise river”.
Sienna Italian, from the city in Italy.
Simone French, feminine form of Simon.
Skylar Dutch, variant of Schuyler, means “scholar”.
Sofia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Sonia Slavic, means “wisdom”.
Sophia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Stephanie Greek, means “crown”.
Summer English, from the season.
Sydney English, means “wide meadow”.
Sylvia Latin, means “from the forest”.
Tabitha Aramaic, means “gazelle”.
Tamsin English, contraction of Thomasina.
Tatiana Latin, of Russian origin.
Tegan Welsh, means “fair”.
Teresa Greek, means “to reap, to gather”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Theresa Greek, means “to reap, to gather”.
Tia Spanish, means “aunt”.
Tiana Slavic, means “fairy queen”.
Tilda German, diminutive of Matilda.
Trista Latin, means “sad”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Valerie Latin, means “strength, health”.
Vanessa English, created by Jonathan Swift.
Vera Russian, means “faith”.
Veronica Latin, means “true image”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Vivian Latin, means “alive”.
Wendy English, invented by J.M. Barrie for “Peter Pan”.
Whitney English, means “white island”.
Willa German, feminine form of William.
Willow English, from the willow tree.
Winona Native American, means “firstborn daughter”.
Xanthe Greek, means “yellow, blonde”.
Yara Brazilian, means “water lady”.
Yasmine Persian, variant of Jasmine.
Yvonne French, means “yew wood”.
Abigail Hebrew, means “father’s joy”.
Ada German, means “noble, nobility”.
Adelaide German, means “noble, nobility”.
Aimee French, means “beloved”.
Ainsley Scottish, means “one’s own meadow”.
Alana Irish, means “beautiful, serene”.
Alexandra Greek, means “defender of men”.
Alice German, means “noble”.
Alicia Spanish, means “noble”.
Alison German, means “noble”.
Alyssa Greek, means “noble natured”.
Amberly English, combination of Amber and Kimberly.
Amelia German, means “work”.
Anastasia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Angelina Italian, means “little angel”.
Anna Hebrew, means “grace”.
Annabelle French, combination of Anna and Belle.
April English, symbolizing spring and new beginnings.
Ariana Italian, means “most holy”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Ariella Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Ashlyn English, combination of Ashley and Lynn.
Aspen English, from the aspen tree.
Audrey English, means “noble strength”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Autumn English, from the season.
Ava Latin, means “bird”.
Beatrice Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Bella Italian, means “beautiful”.
Beth Hebrew, diminutive of Elizabeth, means “God is my oath”.
Bethany Hebrew, means “house of figs”.
Bianca Italian, means “white”.
Bree Irish, means “strength or exalted one”.
Brianna Irish, means “strong, virtuous, honorable”.
Bridgette Irish, means “strength or exalted one”.
Britney English, variant of Brittany.
Brooke English, means “small stream”.
Cadence Latin, means “rhythm”.
Caitlyn Irish, means “pure”.
Callie Greek, diminutive of Caroline, means “beautiful”.
Camilla Latin, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved”.
Carly English, diminutive of Caroline.
Caroline French, means “free man”.
Cassandra Greek, means “she who entangles men”.
Cassie English, diminutive of Cassandra.
Catherine Greek, means “pure”.
Cecilia Latin, means “blind”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Celia Latin, means “heaven”.
Charlene French, feminine of Charles, means “free man”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming” or “fertility”.
Claire French, means “clear, bright”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Daisy English, from the flower, symbolizing innocence.
Daphne Greek, means “laurel”.
Delia Greek, means “from Delos”.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight”.
Elise French, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Ella English, means “all, completely; fairy maiden”.
Ellie English, diminutive of Eleanor or Ellen.
Emily Latin, means “striving, industrious”.
Emma German, means “whole” or “universal”.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Faith English, from the virtue of faith.
Fiona Gaelic, means “white, fair”.
Flora Latin, means “flower”.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, jewel”.
Grace English, from the virtue of grace.
Greta German, diminutive of Margaret, means “pearl”.
Hannah Hebrew, means “favor, grace”.
Hazel English, from the hazelnut tree.
Heather English, from the heather plant.
Heidi German, diminutive of Adelheid, means “nobility”.
Holly English, from the holly tree.
Hope English, from the virtue of hope.
Iris Greek, means “rainbow”.
Isabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Ivy English, from the ivy plant, symbolizing faithfulness.
Jade English, from the precious stone.
Jane English, means “God is gracious”.
Jasmine Persian, from the flower.
Jenna English, diminutive of Jennifer.
Jenny English, diminutive of Jennifer.
Jess English, diminutive of Jessica.
Julia Latin, means “youthful, soft-haired”.
Julie French, diminutive of Julia.
June Latin, from the month, symbolizing youth.
Kara Latin, means “beloved”.
Kate English, diminutive of Katherine.
Katie English, diminutive of Katherine.
Kayla Hebrew, means “laurel, crown”.
Keira Irish, means “dark”.
Kelly Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Kelsey English, means “from the ship’s island”.
Kendra English, means “knowledge”.
Kim English, short for Kimberly.
Kylie Aboriginal, means “boomerang”.
Lacey English, from Lassy in France.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Laura Latin, means “laurel”.
Lauren English, feminine form of Laurence.
Leah Hebrew, means “weary”.
Leanne English, combination of Lee and Anne.
Lena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Lily English, from the lily flower, symbolizing purity.
Lisa English, diminutive of Elizabeth.
Lola Spanish, diminutive of Dolores.
Lottie English, diminutive of Charlotte.
Lucy English, means “light”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Macy English, means “hill”.
Maddie English, diminutive of Madeline.
Maisie Scottish, diminutive of Mairead.
Mara Hebrew, means “bitter”.
Margo French, diminutive of Margaret.
Maria Latin, means “star of the sea”.
Marianne English, combination of Mary and Anne.
Marie French, form of Maria.
Marina Latin, means “of the sea”.
Marissa English, means “of the sea”.
Martha Aramaic, means “lady, mistress”.
Mary Hebrew, means “star of the sea”.
Maya Hebrew, means “water”.
Megan Welsh, means “pearl”.
Melanie Greek, means “black, dark”.
Melissa Greek, means “honey bee”.
Mia Italian, means “mine”.
Michelle French, means “who is like God”.
Mina German, means “love”.
Miranda Latin, means “admirable, wonderful”.
Molly English, diminutive of Mary.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naomi Hebrew, means “pleasantness”.
Natalie Latin, means “Christmas Day”.
Natasha Russian, diminutive of Natalia.
Nell English, short for Eleanor or Helen, means “bright, shining one”.
Nina Spanish, means “little girl”.
Nora English, diminutive of Honora.
Olive English, from the olive tree, symbolizing peace.
Olivia Latin, means “olive tree”.
Paige English, means “young servant”.
Pamela Greek, means “all honey”.
Patsy English, diminutive of Patricia.
Pearl English, from the gemstone.
Penny English, diminutive of Penelope.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, shining”.
Piper English, means “pipe player”.
Polly English, diminutive of Mary.
Poppy English, from the poppy flower.
Rachel Hebrew, means “ewe”.
Rebecca Hebrew, means “servant of God”.
Renee French, means “reborn”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Robin English, from the bird, symbolizing joy.
Rosa Latin, from the rose flower.
Rose English, from the rose flower.
Rosie English, diminutive of Rose.
Ruby English, from the gemstone, symbolizing passion.
Ruth Hebrew, means “companion, friend”.
Sadie English, diminutive of Sarah.
Sally English, diminutive of Sarah.
Samantha Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sara Hebrew, means “princess”.
Savannah Spanish, means “treeless plain”.
Serena Latin, means “serene, calm”.
Shelby English, means “a sheltered town”.
Sienna Italian, from the city in Italy, known for its reddish-brown clay.
Sierra Spanish, means “mountain range”.
Sophie Greek, means “wisdom”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Summer English, from the season.
Sydney English, means “wide meadow”.
Sylvia Latin, means “from the forest”.
Tanya Russian, diminutive of Tatiana.
Tara Gaelic, means “hill, star”.
Tessa Greek, diminutive of Theresa, means “to reap, to gather”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Tina English, diminutive of Christina.
Tori English, diminutive of Victoria, means “victor”.
Tracy English, means “place of Thracius”.
Valerie Latin, means “strength, health”.
Vanessa English, created by Jonathan Swift.
Vera Russian, means “faith”.
Veronica Latin, means “true image”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Violet English, from the flower.
Vivian Latin, means “alive”.
Wendy English, invented by J.M. Barrie for “Peter Pan”.
Whitney English, means “white island”.
Willow English, from the willow tree, symbolizing grace.
Winifred Welsh, means “blessed peacemaking”.
Yasmine Persian, variant of Jasmine.
Yvonne French, means “yew wood”.
Zara Arabic, means “princess, to blossom”.
Zoe Greek, means “life”.
Zoey Greek, variant of Zoe, means “life”.
Adira Hebrew, means “strong, noble, powerful”.
Ainsley Scottish, means “one’s own meadow”.
Alba Latin, means “dawn, white”.
Alexia Greek, means “defender”.
Althea Greek, means “with healing power”.
Amara Igbo and Latin, means “grace, mercy, kindness”.
Anais Hebrew, means “grace”.
Andromeda Greek, a mythological princess known for her independence.
Angelique French, means “angelic”.
Anouk Dutch, means “grace”.
Aphra Hebrew, means “dust”.
Arabella Latin, means “yielding to prayer”.
Aria Hebrew and Italian, means “lioness, air, melody”.
Ariadne Greek, means “most holy”.
Artemis Greek, goddess of the hunt and wilderness.
Asha Sanskrit, means “hope, desire”.
Aspen English, a tree associated with resilience.
Astrid Norse, means “divinely beautiful”.
Athena Greek, goddess of wisdom and warfare.
Aubrey German, means “elf ruler”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Aveline French, means “desired, wished for”.
Azura Spanish, means “sky blue”.
Beatrice Italian, means “she who brings happiness”.
Beatrix Latin, means “she who brings happiness”.
Bellamy French, means “fine friend”.
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Blair Scottish, means “battlefield”.
Blythe English, means “free spirit, happy, carefree”.
Bronte Greek, means “thunder”.
Bryn Welsh, means “hill”.
Cadence Latin, means “rhythm, flow”.
Calista Greek, means “most beautiful”.
Calliope Greek, means “beautiful voice”.
Cambria Latin, means “the people”.
Camille French, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Carina Latin, means “dear, beloved”.
Carmen Latin, means “song, tune, or poem”.
Cassia Greek, means “cinnamon”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Ceres Latin, Roman goddess of agriculture.
Chiara Italian, means “light, clear”.
Clio Greek, means “glory”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Corinna Greek, means “maiden”.
Cyra Persian, means “sun”.
Dagny Norse, means “new day”.
Daria Persian, means “possessor of good”.
Delaney Irish, means “dark challenger”.
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Demetria Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Deva Sanskrit, means “divine, deity”.
Dione Greek, a goddess associated with mystery.
Dora Greek, means “gift”.
Drea Greek, short for Andrea, means “strong”.
Drusilla Latin, means “dewy-eyed”.
Echo Greek, a nymph who loved her own voice.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight, paradise”.
Elara Greek, a lover of Zeus and mother of a giant.
Electra Greek, means “shining, bright”.
Elidi Greek, means “gift of the sun”.
Elowen Cornish, means “elm tree”.
Ember English, a small glowing piece of coal or wood.
Emery German, means “brave, powerful”.
Enid Welsh, means “spirit, life”.
Eris Greek, goddess of chaos and strife.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Estella Latin, means “star”.
Etta English, means “estate ruler”.
Fallon Irish, means “leader”.
Faye French, means “fairy”.
Fenella Scottish, means “white shoulder”.
Ffion Welsh, means “foxglove”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair, white, clear”.
Flora Latin, Roman goddess of flowers and spring.
Freya Norse, goddess of love, fertility, and battle.
Gaia Greek, personification of the Earth.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, precious stone”.
Genesis Greek, means “beginning”.
Ginevra Italian, means “white shadow, white wave”.
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Halia Hawaiian, means “remembrance of a loved one”.
Harlow English, means “army hill”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Haven English, means “safe place”.
Hazel English, a tree and color symbolizing wisdom and protection.
Hero Greek, a figure of myth and legend.
Hester English, means “star”.
Holland Dutch, refers to the region in the Netherlands.
Honor English, symbolizes integrity and respect.
Iara Brazilian, means “lady of the water”.
Idalia Greek, means “behold the sun”.
Imani Arabic, means “faith”.
Indigo English, a deep blue-purple color.
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, loved”.
Io Greek, a nymph loved by Zeus.
Ione Greek, means “violet flower”.
Isolde Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Jade Spanish, a precious stone symbolizing purity and serenity.
Jael Hebrew, means “mountain goat”.
Jaya Sanskrit, means “victory”.
Jessamine Persian, a variation of Jasmine, means “jasmine flower”.
Juniper Latin, a tree symbolizing protection and purification.
Kaia Scandinavian, means “pure”.
Kali Sanskrit, a goddess symbolizing destruction and rebirth.
Karma Sanskrit, means “action, fate”.
Katniss American, a plant name, associated with the Hunger Games protagonist.
Keegan Irish, means “descendant of the fiery one”.
Kenzie Scottish, means “the fair one”.
Kestrel English, a type of falcon, symbolizing freedom.
Kiera Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kyra Greek, means “lady”.
Laken English, means “lake”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Larkin Irish, means “rough, fierce”.
Leda Greek, a mythological figure, mother of Helen of Troy.
Lennox Scottish, means “elm grove”.
Leonie German, means “lion”.
Lilith Assyrian, a mythological figure associated with independence.
Linnea Swedish, a flower symbolizing remembrance.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lorelei German, a siren figure from German folklore.
Lumen Latin, means “light”.
Lyra Greek, means “lyre”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Maelle French, means “ambitious”.
Maia Greek, means “mother”.
Maren Latin, means “sea”.
Marlowe English, means “driftwood”.
Mavis French, means “songbird”.
Maxine Latin, means “greatest”.
Melody Greek, means “song”.
Mira Latin, means “wonderful, peace, prosperous”.
Morwenna Welsh, means “waves of the sea”.
Myra Greek, means “myrrh”.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naima Arabic, means “tranquility”.
Nala African, means “successful”.
Nell English, means “bright, shining one”.
Niamh Irish, means “bright”.
Nova Latin, means “new”.
Oceane French, means “ocean”.
Odette French, means “wealthy”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Oriana Latin, means “dawn”.
Orla Irish, means “golden princess”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Persephone Greek, goddess of spring and the underworld.
Petra Greek, means “rock, stone”.
Phaedra Greek, means “bright”.
Phoenix Greek, a mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Piper English, means “pipe player”.
Pippa English, short for Philippa, means “lover of horses”.
Priya Sanskrit, means “beloved”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Quintessa Latin, means “fifth” or “essence”.
Raina Slavic, means “queen”.
Raven English, a bird symbolizing mystery and intelligence.
Reina Spanish, means “queen”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Rhys Welsh, means “enthusiasm”.
Riona Irish, means “queenly”.
Rowan Gaelic, a tree symbolizing protection and strength.
Ruby Latin, a precious stone symbolizing passion and vitality.
Sabine Latin, refers to an ancient Italian tribe.
Saffron English, a spice symbolizing purity and healing.
Sage Latin, means “wise”.
Samara Hebrew, means “under God’s rule”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Saskia Dutch, means “Saxon woman”.
Scarlett English, means “red”.
Seraphina Hebrew, means “fiery-winged”.
Sienna Italian, a city known for its beautiful art.
Sigrid Norse, means “victory, wisdom”.
Skye Scottish, refers to the Isle of Skye, a place of beauty and strength.
Sloane Irish, means “raider”.
Solange French, means “solemn, dignified”.
Soraya Persian, means “princess”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Suri Persian, means “princess”.
Tamsin English, means “twin”.
Tegan Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Thea Greek, means “goddess”.
Thora Norse, means “thunder goddess”.
Tilda German, means “mighty in battle”.
Tova Hebrew, means “good”.
Uma Sanskrit, means “light”.
Ursula Latin, means “little bear”.
Utopia Greek, means “no place”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Vega Arabic, a bright star in the constellation Lyra.
Venus Latin, Roman goddess of love and beauty.
Verity English, means “truth”.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Waverly English, means “meadow of quivering aspens”.
Zephyra Greek, means “west wind”.
Abigail Hebrew, means “my father is joy”.
Abrielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Adelina Latin, means “noble”.
Adriana Latin, means “dark, rich”.
Aida Arabic, means “returning, visitor”.
Aisha Arabic, means “living, prosperous”.
Alessandra Italian, means “defender of mankind”.
Alessia Italian, means “defender”.
Alina Slavic, means “bright, beautiful”.
Amara Igbo and Latin, means “grace, mercy, kindness”.
Anastacia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Anastasia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Angelica Latin, means “angelic”.
Angelina Greek, means “messenger, angel”.
Anika Sanskrit, means “grace, brilliance, sweet-faced”.
Anya Russian, means “grace”.
Arabella Latin, means “yielding to prayer”.
Aria Hebrew and Italian, means “lioness, air, melody”.
Ariana Italian, means “most holy”.
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Ava Latin, means “bird, living one”.
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Bianka Italian, variation of Bianca, means “white, pure”.
Brielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Brigitte French, means “strength, exalted one”.
Calypso Greek, a nymph who charmed Odysseus.
Camilla Latin, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved, dear”.
Carmela Hebrew, means “garden”.
Carmen Latin, means “song, tune, or poem”.
Catarina Greek, means “pure”.
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Charlotte French, means “free man, petite”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming, fertility”.
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Clarice Latin, means “bright, clear”.
Clarissa Latin, means “bright, clear”.
Cleo Greek, short for Cleopatra, means “glory of the father”.
Colette French, means “people of victory”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Dahlia Swedish, a flower associated with elegance and dignity.
Dalia Hebrew, means “branch, bough”.
Daphne Greek, a nymph associated with freshness and purity.
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Diana Latin, Roman goddess of the moon and hunting.
Dominique French, means “of the Lord”.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight, paradise”.
Elara Greek, a lover of Zeus and mother of a giant.
Elena Spanish, means “bright, shining light”.
Elenora Greek, means “light”.
Elise French, means “God is my oath”.
Ella German, means “all, completely; fairy maiden”.
Emilia Latin, means “to strive or excel or rival”.
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Esmeralda Spanish, means “emerald”.
Estella Latin, means “star”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Evangeline Greek, means “bearer of good news”.
Faye French, means “fairy”.
Felicia Latin, means “lucky, successful”.
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair, white, clear”.
Flora Latin, Roman goddess of flowers and spring.
Freya Norse, goddess of love, fertility, and battle.
Gabrielle Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gemma Italian, means “gem, precious stone”.
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Giuliana Italian, means “youthful”.
Greta German, means “pearl”.
Halia Hawaiian, means “remembrance of a loved one”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Hazel English, a tree and color symbolizing wisdom and protection.
Helena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, loved”.
Isabella Italian, means “pledged to God”.
Isadora Greek, means “gift of Isis”.
Isolde Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Jade Spanish, a precious stone symbolizing purity and serenity.
Janelle American, modern invented name.
Jasmine Persian, a flower symbolizing grace and elegance.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Juliana Latin, means “youthful”.
Juliette French, means “youthful, Jove’s child”.
Juno Latin, Roman queen of the gods.
Kali Sanskrit, a goddess symbolizing destruction and rebirth.
Katarina Greek, means “pure”.
Katya Russian, means “pure”.
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kiara Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Lana Slavic, means “light”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Lavinia Latin, means “purity”.
Layla Arabic, means “night”.
Leticia Latin, means “joy, gladness”.
Lila Sanskrit, means “play, amusement”.
Lilith Assyrian, a mythological figure associated with independence.
Liora Hebrew, means “my light”.
Lola Spanish, means “sorrows”.
Lorelei German, a siren figure from German folklore.
Lucinda Latin, means “light”.
Luna Latin, means “moon”.
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lyra Greek, means “lyre”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Madeleine Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maeve Irish, means “she who intoxicates”.
Magdalena Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Marcella Latin, means “warlike”.
Margo French, means “pearl”.
Mariana Latin, means “of the sea”.
Mariella Italian, means “bitter sea”.
Marisol Spanish, means “sea and sun”.
Melisande French, means “strong in work”.
Miranda Latin, means “worthy of admiration”.
Morgana Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Nala African, means “successful”.
Natalia Latin, means “Christmas day”.
Natalya Russian, means “Christmas day”.
Natasha Russian, means “birthday of the Lord”.
Neve Irish, means “snow, bright”.
Nicolette French, means “victory of the people”.
Noemi Italian, means “my delight”.
Octavia Latin, means “eighth”.
Ondine French, means “little wave”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Oriana Latin, means “dawn”.
Orianna Latin, means “dawn”.
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Persephone Greek, goddess of spring and the underworld.
Petra Greek, means “rock, stone”.
Phaedra Greek, means “bright”.
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, pure”.
Phoenix Greek, a mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Portia Latin, means “pig, hog”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Raquel Spanish, means “ewe”.
Raven English, a bird symbolizing mystery and intelligence.
Regina Latin, means “queen”.
Renata Latin, means “reborn”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Rosalind German, means “gentle horse”.
Roxanne Persian, means “dawn”.
Ruby Latin, a precious stone symbolizing passion and vitality.
Sabrina Latin, a legendary figure associated with the River Severn.
Salome Hebrew, means “peace”.
Samara Hebrew, means “under God’s rule”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Scarlett English, means “red”.
Selena Greek, means “moon”.
Serena Latin, means “tranquil, serene”.
Shiloh Hebrew, means “peaceful”.
Sibyl Greek, means “prophetess”.
Sienna Italian, a city known for its beautiful art.
Simone Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Siobhan Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Sofia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Solange French, means “solemn, dignified”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Svetlana Slavic, means “light”.
Tabitha Aramaic, means “gazelle”.
Tatiana Russian, means “fairy queen”.
Tatienne French, means “fairy queen”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Theodora Greek, means “gift of God”.
Tia Spanish, means “aunt”.
Trinity Latin, means “triad”.
Uma Sanskrit, means “light”.
Ursula Latin, means “little bear”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Valeria Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Vanessa Greek, means “butterfly”.
Veda Sanskrit, means “knowledge”.
Verona Italian, a city in Italy.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Vienna German, a city known for its cultural richness.
Violet Latin, a flower symbolizing modesty and simplicity.
Vivian Latin, means “alive”.
Vivienne French, means “alive”.
Wanda Slavic, means “wanderer”.
Willow English, a tree associated with flexibility and grace.
Winona Sioux, means “firstborn daughter”.
Xanthe Greek, means “golden, yellow”.
Xenia Greek, means “hospitality”.
Xiomara Spanish, means “ready for battle”.
Yara Brazilian, means “water lady”.
Yasmine Persian, means “jasmine flower”.
Yelena Russian, means “sunlight”.
Yesenia Spanish, means “flower”.
Ysabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Yvette French, means “yew”.
Zara Arabic, means “princess, to blossom”.
Zephyra Greek, means “west wind”.
Zephyrine French, means “west wind”.
Zinnia Latin, a colorful flower.
Zoë Greek, means “life”.
Zora Slavic, means “dawn”.
Alex Short for Alexandra, means “defender of men”.
Alexi Greek, diminutive of Alexandra, means “defender”.
Andie Diminutive of Andrea, means “strong and manly”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Avery English, means “ruler of the elves”.
Bailey English, means “bailiff” or “steward”.
Billie English, feminine of Billy, means “resolute protection”.
Blake Old English, means “dark, fair”.
Bobbie English, feminine of Bobby, means “bright fame”.
Brett Celtic, means “from Brittany”.
Cameron Scottish, means “crooked nose”.
Casey Irish, means “brave in battle”.
Charlie English, diminutive of Charlotte, means “free man”.
Chris Short for Christina or Christine, means “follower of Christ”.
Cody English, means “helpful”.
Corey Gaelic, means “hollow”.
Dakota Native American, means “friend, ally”.
Dale English, means “valley”.
Dana English, means “from Denmark”.
Dani Short for Danielle, means “God is my judge”.
Darcy French, means “dark one”.
Devon English, from the county of Devon.
Drew English, short for Andrew, means “strong and manly”.
Dylan Welsh, means “son of the sea”.
Eden Hebrew, means “delight”.
Elliott English, means “Jehovah is God”.
Ellis English, means “benevolent”.
Frankie English, diminutive of Frances, means “free one”.
Georgie English, diminutive of Georgia, means “farmer”.
Harley English, means “hare’s meadow”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Hayden Old English, means “hedged valley”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Jackie English, diminutive of Jacqueline.
Jamie English, means “supplanter”.
Jaz Short for Jasmine, means “gift from God”.
Jesse Hebrew, means “gift”.
Joey English, unisex name, diminutive of Joseph or Josephine.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down, descend”.
Josie English, diminutive of Josephine, means “Jehovah increases”.
Jude Hebrew, means “praised”.
Jules French, diminutive of Julie or Julian, means “youthful”.
Kai Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Karter English, variant of Carter, means “cart driver”.
Kasey Irish, variant of Casey, means “brave in battle”.
Keegan Irish, means “descendant of the fiery one”.
Kelly Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Kendall English, means “valley of the River Kent”.
Kennedy Irish, means “helmeted chief”.
Kenzie Scottish, diminutive of Mackenzie, means “son of the wise ruler”.
Kerry Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kim English, diminutive of Kimberly, means “from the wood of the royal forest”.
Kit English, short for Katherine, means “pure”.
Kris English, short for Kristina, means “follower of Christ”.
Kyle Gaelic, means “narrow strait”.
Lane English, means “a narrow country road”.
Lee English, means “meadow or clearing”.
Lennon Irish, means “dear one”.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lou English, short for Louise or Louisa, means “renowned warrior”.
Mackenzie Scottish, means “child of the wise leader”.
Madison English, means “son of Matthew”.
Marley English, means “pleasant seaside meadow”.
Max English, short for Maxine, means “greatest”.
Micah Hebrew, means “who is like the Lord”.
Mickey English, feminine of Michael, means “who is like God”.
Morgan Welsh, means “sea-born”.
Murphy Irish, means “sea warrior”.
Nell English, short for Eleanor or Helen, means “bright, shining one”.
Nicky English, short for Nicole, means “victory of the people”.
Nico Short for Nicole, means “victory of the people”.
Noel French, means “Christmas”.
Oakley English, means “oak tree clearing”.
Parker English, means “park keeper”.
Pat English, unisex short form of Patrick or Patricia.
Peyton English, means “fighting man’s estate”.
Phoenix Greek, mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rae English, short for Rachel, means “ewe”.
Randy English, diminutive of Miranda, means “worthy of admiration”.
Reagan Irish, means “little king”.
Reese Welsh, means “ardor”.
Regan Irish, means “little king”.
Remi French, means “oarsman” or “remedy”.
Remy French, means “oarsman”.
Rene French, means “reborn”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Robin English, means “bright fame”.
Rory Irish, means “red king”.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Ryan Irish, means “little king”.
Sage English, means “wise”.
Sam English, short for Samantha, means “told by God”.
Sawyer English, means “woodcutter”.
Scout English, from the occupation, symbolizing exploration.
Shane Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Shawn English, feminine of Sean, means “God is gracious”.
Shea Gaelic, means “admirable”.
Shelby English, means “a sheltered town”.
Sidney English, means “wide meadow”.
Sky English, from the word “sky”.
Skylar Dutch, variant of Schuyler, means “scholar”.
Sloan Gaelic, means “raider”.
Sloane Gaelic, means “raider”.
Spencer English, means “steward”.
Stevie English, diminutive of Stephanie, means “crown”.
Sydney English, means “wide meadow”.
Tatum English, means “cheerful, full of spirit”.
Taylor English, means “tailor”.
Teagan Irish, means “little poet” or “fair”.
Terry English, unisex name, diminutive of Teresa or Terence.
Toni English, feminine of Tony, means “priceless one”.
Tracy English, means “place of Thracius”.
Tyler English, means “tile maker”.
Val Short for Valerie, means “strength, health”.
Whitney English, means “white island”.
Willa German, means “resolute protection”.
Willow English, from the willow tree, symbolizing grace.
Wren English, from the bird, symbolizing freedom.
Wynne Welsh, means “fair, pure”.
Yael Hebrew, means “mountain goat”.
Zane Hebrew, variant of John, means “God is gracious”.
Abigail Hebrew, means “my father is joy”.
Abrielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Adelina Latin, means “noble”.
Adriana Latin, means “dark, rich”.
Aeliana “Sunlight within the forest.”
Aerwyna “Friend of the sea.”
Aida Arabic, means “returning, visitor”.
Aisha Arabic, means “living, prosperous”.
Aisling “Dream or vision.”
Alaric “Ruler of all.”
Alessandra Italian, means “defender of mankind”.
Alessia Italian, means “defender”.
Alina Slavic, means “bright, beautiful”.
Althea “Healer.”
Amalthea “Tender goddess.”
Amara Igbo and Latin, means “grace, mercy, kindness”.
Anara “Eternal beauty.”
Anastacia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Anastasia Greek, means “resurrection”.
Andromeda “Ruler of men.”
Anemone “Wind flower.”
Angelica Latin, means “angelic”.
Angelina Greek, means “messenger, angel”.
Anika Sanskrit, means “grace, brilliance, sweet-faced”.
Anya Russian, means “grace”.
Arabella Latin, means “yielding to prayer”.
Araleth “Vision of the sea.”
Aria Hebrew and Italian, means “lioness, air, melody”.
Ariana Italian, means “most holy”.
Arion “Melodious.”
Ariwyn “Fair melody.”
Arwen “Noble maiden.”
Asherah “She who walks in the sea.”
Astoria “Star bound.”
Athénaïs “Wisdom.”
Aurelian “Golden.”
Auriel “Light of dawn.”
Aurora Latin, means “dawn”.
Ava Latin, means “bird, living one”.
Avalon “Island of apples.”
Azura “Sky blue.”
Belphoebe “Beautiful Diana.”
Bianca Italian, means “white, pure”.
Bianka Italian, variation of Bianca, means “white, pure”.
Blythe “Free spirit, happy.”
Branwen “Beautiful raven.”
Brielle French, means “God is my strength”.
Brigitte French, means “strength, exalted one”.
Calanthia “Beautiful flower.”
Calliope “Beautiful voice.”
Calypso Greek, a nymph who charmed Odysseus.
Camilla Latin, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Cara Italian, means “beloved, dear”.
Caradoc “Beloved.”
Carmela Hebrew, means “garden”.
Carmen Latin, means “song, tune, or poem”.
Catarina Greek, means “pure”.
Celandine “Swallow.”
Celeste Latin, means “heavenly”.
Ceridwen “Blessed poetry.”
Charlotte French, means “free man, petite”.
Chloe Greek, means “blooming, fertility”.
Cian “Ancient.”
Clara Latin, means “clear, bright, famous”.
Clarice Latin, means “bright, clear”.
Clarissa Latin, means “bright, clear”.
Cleo Greek, short for Cleopatra, means “glory of the father”.
Cliodhna “Shapely.”
Colette French, means “people of victory”.
Cora Greek, means “maiden”.
Corrigan “Spear.”
Cyrene “Sovereign queen.”
Dael “Knowledge of the elm.”
Dahlia Swedish, a flower associated with elegance and dignity.
Dalia Hebrew, means “branch, bough”.
Daphne “Laurel tree.”
Delilah Hebrew, means “delicate”.
Delwen “Pretty and fair.”
Diana Latin, Roman goddess of the moon and hunting.
Dominique French, means “of the Lord”.
Drystan “Full of sorrow.”
Eden Hebrew, means “delight, paradise”.
Eilir “Butterfly.”
Elara “Moon and sea.”
Eldoris “Of the sea.”
Elena Spanish, means “bright, shining light”.
Elenora Greek, means “light”.
Elise French, means “God is my oath”.
Ella German, means “all, completely; fairy maiden”.
Elowen “Elm tree.”
Eluned “Idol, image.”
Elysia “Blissful sweet.”
Emilia Latin, means “to strive or excel or rival”.
Emrys “Immortal.”
Endellion “Fire soul.”
Eowyn “Horse joy.”
Erasmus “Beloved.”
Erian “Silver.”
Eris “Strife.”
Esme French, means “esteemed, beloved”.
Esmeralda Spanish, means “emerald”.
Estella Latin, means “star”.
Eva Hebrew, means “life”.
Evadne “Pleasing.”
Evangeline Greek, means “bearer of good news”.
Faelan “Little wolf.”
Fainne “Ring, halo.”
Faline “Catlike.”
Faye French, means “fairy”.
Felicia Latin, means “lucky, successful”.
Fenella “White shoulder.”
Ffion “Foxglove.”
Fiachra “Raven.”
Fidelma “Constant.”
Finvarra “Leader of the fairies.”
Fiona Gaelic, means “fair, white, clear”.
Fionnuala “Fair shoulder.”
Flora Latin, Roman goddess of flowers and spring.
Freesia “Freese’s flower.”
Freya Norse, goddess of love, fertility, and battle.
Gabrielle Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Galanthus “Snowdrop.”
Galatea “She who is milk-white.”
Galiana “Serenity.”
Gavriel “Hero of God.”
Gemma Italian, means “gem, precious stone”.
Ginevra “White shadow.”
Giselle German, means “pledge”.
Giuliana Italian, means “youthful”.
Gloriana “Glorious grace.”
Greta German, means “pearl”.
Gwendolen “White ring.”
Halcyon “Kingfisher, calm.”
Halia Hawaiian, means “remembrance of a loved one”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Hazel English, a tree and color symbolizing wisdom and protection.
Helena Greek, means “light, torch, bright”.
Idril “Sparkling brilliance.”
Illyria “From Illyria.”
Imogen “Maiden.”
Ingrid Norse, means “beautiful, loved”.
Iolanthe “Violet flower.”
Isabella Italian, means “pledged to God”.
Isadora Greek, means “gift of Isis”.
Isolde “Ice ruler.”
Ivorwen “White yew.”
Jade Spanish, a precious stone symbolizing purity and serenity.
Janelle American, modern invented name.
Jareth “Bled of jar or spear and Gareth.”
Jasmine Persian, a flower symbolizing grace and elegance.
Jocelyn German, means “member of the Gauts tribe”.
Juliana Latin, means “youthful”.
Juliette French, means “youthful, Jove’s child”.
Juno Latin, Roman queen of the gods.
Kaelan “Slender.”
Kairi “Sea.”
Kali Sanskrit, a goddess symbolizing destruction and rebirth.
Katarina Greek, means “pure”.
Katya Russian, means “pure”.
Keir “Dark-haired.”
Keira Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Kestrel “Falcon.”
Kiara Irish, means “dark-haired”.
Lachlan “From the land of lakes.”
Laisren “Flame of wine.”
Lana Slavic, means “light”.
Lara Russian, means “citadel”.
Larethian “Dream weaver.”
Larkin “Fierce.”
Lavinia Latin, means “purity”.
Layla Arabic, means “night”.
Leticia Latin, means “joy, gladness”.
Lila Sanskrit, means “play, amusement”.
Lilith Assyrian, a mythological figure associated with independence.
Liora Hebrew, means “my light”.
Liriel “Song of the night.”
Lola Spanish, means “sorrows”.
Lorelei German, a siren figure from German folklore.
Lorien “Dream land.”
Lorne “Fox.”
Lucinda Latin, means “light”.
Luna Latin, means “moon”.
Lúthien “Daughter of flowers.”
Lydia Greek, means “woman from Lydia”.
Lyonesse “Little lion.”
Lyra Greek, means “lyre”.
Mabel Latin, means “lovable”.
Mabyn “Youthful.”
Madeleine Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Maevaris “Great joy.”
Maeve Irish, means “she who intoxicates”.
Magdalena Hebrew, means “woman from Magdala”.
Mairead “Pearl.”
Malachite “Green gemstone.”
Marcella Latin, means “warlike”.
Margo French, means “pearl”.
Mariana Latin, means “of the sea”.
Mariella Italian, means “bitter sea”.
Marisol Spanish, means “sea and sun”.
Melanthios “Dark flower.”
Melian “Gift of love.”
Melisande French, means “strong in work”.
Meriadoc “Admirable.”
Merope “Eloped.”
Mielikki “Forest.”
Miranda Latin, means “worthy of admiration”.
Miriel “Jewel of the sea.”
Morgana Welsh, a figure in Arthurian legend.
Morwenna “Maiden.”
Myrddin “Sea fortress.”
Nadia Slavic, means “hope”.
Naiad “Freshwater nymph.”
Nala African, means “successful”.
Nantosuelta “Sun-drenched valley.”
Naoise “Warrior.”
Nari “Fire.”
Natalia Latin, means “Christmas day”.
Natalya Russian, means “Christmas day”.
Natasha Russian, means “birthday of the Lord”.
Neirin “Noble.”
Nephelle “Cloud.”
Neve Irish, means “snow, bright”.
Niamh “Brightness.”
Nicolette French, means “victory of the people”.
Nimue “Lady of the Lake.”
Noemi Italian, means “my delight”.
Nolwenn “Holy one.”
Nyx “Night.”
Oberon “Noble, bearlike.”
Octavia Latin, means “eighth”.
Olwen “White footprint.”
Ondine French, means “little wave”.
Ophelia Greek, means “help”.
Oran “Pale green.”
Oriana Latin, means “dawn”.
Orianna Latin, means “dawn”.
Oriel “Angel of destiny.”
Orinthia “Fair bird.”
Paloma Spanish, means “dove”.
Pandora Greek, means “all gifts”.
Pania “Sea sprite.”
Parthalan “Ploughman.”
Pelinor “Mysterious, distant.”
Penelope Greek, means “weaver”.
Penrose “Top of the heath.”
Peregrine “Wanderer.”
Peridot “Gemstone.”
Persephone Greek, goddess of spring and the underworld.
Petra Greek, means “rock, stone”.
Phaedra “Bright.”
Philomena “Lover of strength.”
Phoebe Greek, means “bright, pure”.
Phoenix Greek, a mythical bird symbolizing rebirth.
Portia Latin, means “pig, hog”.
Queran “Dark.”
Quillian “Cub.”
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Raisa “Leader.”
Raquel Spanish, means “ewe”.
Raven English, a bird symbolizing mystery and intelligence.
Regina Latin, means “queen”.
Renata Latin, means “reborn”.
Rhea Greek, means “flowing stream”.
Rhiannon “Great queen.”
Rhoswen “White rose.”
Rilian “Small stream.”
Ronan “Little seal.”
Rosalind German, means “gentle horse”.
Rosmerta “Great provider.”
Rowena “White spear or fame.”
Roxanne Persian, means “dawn”.
Ruby Latin, a precious stone symbolizing passion and vitality.
Rune “Secret.”
Sable “Black.”
Sabrina Latin, a legendary figure associated with the River Severn.
Sadhbh “Sweet.”
Salome Hebrew, means “peace”.
Samara Hebrew, means “under God’s rule”.
Sapphira Greek, means “sapphire”.
Sariel “Prince of God.”
Scarlett English, means “red”.
Selena Greek, means “moon”.
Selene “Moon goddess.”
Seraphine “Burning ones.”
Serena Latin, means “tranquil, serene”.
Shiloh Hebrew, means “peaceful”.
Sibyl Greek, means “prophetess”.
Sienna Italian, a city known for its beautiful art.
Silvanus “Of the forest.”
Simone Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Siobhan Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Siofra “Sprite.”
Sofia Greek, means “wisdom”.
Solange French, means “solemn, dignified”.
Stella Latin, means “star”.
Svetlana Slavic, means “light”.
Sylph “Air spirit.”
Tabitha Aramaic, means “gazelle”.
Taliesin “Radiant brow.”
Tatiana Russian, means “fairy queen”.
Tatienne French, means “fairy queen”.
Thalia Greek, means “to flourish”.
Theodora Greek, means “gift of God”.
Tia Spanish, means “aunt”.
Trinity Latin, means “triad”.
Uma Sanskrit, means “light”.
Ursula Latin, means “little bear”.
Valentina Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Valeria Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Vanessa Greek, means “butterfly”.
Veda Sanskrit, means “knowledge”.
Verona Italian, a city in Italy.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Victoria Latin, means “victory”.
Vienna German, a city known for its cultural richness.
Violet Latin, a flower symbolizing modesty and simplicity.
Vivian Latin, means “alive”.
Vivienne French, means “alive”.
Wanda Slavic, means “wanderer”.
Willow English, a tree associated with flexibility and grace.
Winona Sioux, means “firstborn daughter”.
Xanthe Greek, means “golden, yellow”.
Xenia Greek, means “hospitality”.
Xiomara Spanish, means “ready for battle”.
Yara Brazilian, means “water lady”.
Yasmine Persian, means “jasmine flower”.
Yelena Russian, means “sunlight”.
Yesenia Spanish, means “flower”.
Ysabel Spanish, means “pledged to God”.
Yvette French, means “yew”.
Zara Arabic, means “princess, to blossom”.
Zephyra Greek, means “west wind”.
Zephyrine French, means “west wind”.
Zinnia Latin, a colorful flower.
Zoë Greek, means “life”.
Zora Slavic, means “dawn”.
Acantha Greek, “thorn.”
Adrasteia Greek, “inescapable.”
Aella Greek, “whirlwind.”
Aelwen Welsh, “fair brow.”
Aerith Fictional, “earth.”
Aeronwen Welsh, “blessed battle.”
Aerwyna English, “friend of the sea.”
Aislinn Irish, “dream, vision.”
Aithne Gaelic, “fire.”
Akasha Sanskrit, “ether.”
Alastriona Gaelic, “defender of mankind.”
Alcina Greek, “strong-willed.”
Althea Greek, “healer.”
Amalthea Greek, “tender goddess.”
Amethyst Greek, “not intoxicated.”
Anahita Persian, “water goddess.”
Andromeda Greek, “ruler of men.”
Angharad Welsh, “much loved.”
Anouk Dutch, “grace.”
Antheia Greek, “goddess of flowers.”
Aradia Italian, “witches’ goddess.”
Arianrhod Welsh, “silver wheel.”
Artemisia Greek, “gift of Artemis.”
Asherah Semitic, “mother goddess.”
Astraea Greek, “star.”
Astraia Greek, “star.”
Atalanta Greek, “equal in weight.”
Auriel Latin, “golden.”
Avalon Celtic, “island of apples.”
Bast Egyptian, “cat goddess.”
Belinda Italian, “beautiful.”
Bellatrix Latin, “female warrior.”
Brighid Irish, “exalted one.”
Briseis Greek, “captured.”
Bryony Greek, “to sprout.”
Calista Greek, “most beautiful.”
Callidora Greek, “gift of beauty.”
Calypso Greek, “she who hides.”
Camilla Roman, “ceremonial attendant.”
Cassandra Greek, “who entangles men.”
Cerise French, “cherry.”
Cerridwen Welsh, “cauldron of wisdom.”
Circe Greek, “bird.”
Clio Greek, “glory.”
Cliodhna Irish, “shapely.”
Cordelia Latin, “heart.”
Cybele Phrygian, “mountain mother.”
Danaë Greek, “parched.”
Daphne Greek, “laurel tree.”
Delilah Hebrew, “delicate.”
Demetria Greek, “follower of Demeter.”
Desdemona Greek, “ill-starred.”
Despina Greek, “lady.”
Diantha Greek, “divine flower.”
Drusilla Latin, “dewy-eyed.”
Echo Greek, “sound.”
Eilithyia Greek, “goddess of childbirth.”
Eir Norse, “protection.”
Eirene Greek, “peace.”
Eirlys Welsh, “snowdrop.”
Elara Greek, “mother of giants.”
Eleanora Greek, “light.”
Elowen Cornish, “elm tree.”
Elysia Latin, “blissful.”
Ember English, “spark.”
Enid Welsh, “soul, life.”
Eostre Anglo-Saxon, “dawn goddess.”
Epona Celtic, “horse goddess.”
Esmeralda Spanish, “emerald.”
Eulalia Greek, “sweetly speaking.”
Evadne Greek, “pleasing.”
Faelina Fantasy, “graceful woman.”
Fainne Irish, “ring.”
Fauna Roman, “goddess of fertility.”
Fawn English, “young deer.”
Flora Roman, “flower.”
Freesia Latin, “fragrant flower.”
Gaia Greek, “earth mother.”
Gaiane Fictional, “rebirth.”
Galadriel Sindarin, “radiant garland.”
Galatea Greek, “she who is milk-white.”
Ginevra Italian, “fair one.”
Giselle German, “pledge.”
Gloriana English, “glorious grace.”
Gwendolen Welsh, “white ring.”
Gwendolyn Welsh, “white ring.”
Hecate Greek, “far-reaching power.”
Hel Norse, “hidden.”
Helia Greek, “sun.”
Hestia Greek, “hearth.”
Ianira Greek, “enchantress.”
Ianthe Greek, “purple flower.”
Igraine Arthurian, “mother of King Arthur.”
Illyria Latin, “from Illyria.”
Inanna Sumerian, “queen of heaven.”
Io Greek, “moon.”
Isolde Welsh, “ice ruler.”
Jadis French, “long ago.”
Jael Hebrew, “mountain goat.”
Jinx English, “spell.”
Jordana Hebrew, “to flow down.”
Kaida Japanese, “little dragon.”
Kali Sanskrit, “the black one.”
Kalliope Greek, “beautiful voice.”
Karina Scandinavian, “pure.”
Keira Irish, “dark.”
Keres Greek, “spirits of violent or cruel death.”
Kynthia Greek, “of Kynthos.”
Lachesis Greek, “allotter.”
Laila Arabic, “night.”
Lanthe Greek, “purple flower.”
Laverna Roman, “goddess of thieves.”
Leanan Celtic, “fairy lover.”
Leda Greek, “woman.”
Ligeia Greek, “clear-voiced.”
Lilith Akkadian, “of the night.”
Lirael Fictional, “daughter of the Clayr.”
Lorelei German, “alluring.”
Lucina Roman, “bringer of light.”
Lunette French, “little moon.”
Lysandra Greek, “liberator.”
Mab Welsh, “queen of the fairies.”
Maeonia Greek, “of Maeonia.”
Maeve Irish, “intoxicating.”
Melinoe Greek, “propitiation offering.”
Mélisande French, “labor strength.”
Melusine European, “water spirit.”
Mireille French, “to admire.”
Morgana Welsh, “sea circle.”
Morwenna Welsh, “maiden.”
Myka Hebrew, “who is like God?”
Naiad Greek, “freshwater nymph.”
Naida Greek, “water nymph.”
Neith Egyptian, “water.”
Nemea Greek, “lioness.”
Nerida Greek, “sea nymph.”
Niamh Irish, “brightness.”
Nimue Arthurian, “lady of the lake.”
Nymeria Fictional, “warrior queen.”
Nyx Greek, “night.”
Olwen Welsh, “white footprint.”
Ondine German, “water spirit.”
Oriana Latin, “dawn.”
Oriane French, “sunrise.”
Orlaith Gaelic, “golden princess.”
Pandora Greek, “all gifts.”
Pania Maori, “sea maiden.”
Persephone Greek, “bringer of destruction.”
Petra Greek, “rock, stone.”
Phaedra Greek, “bright.”
Quinta Latin, “fifth.”
Ravana Hindu, “to roar.”
Rhiain Welsh, “maiden.”
Rhiannon Welsh, “great queen.”
Rosalind German, “gentle horse.”
Rowena Anglo-Saxon, “fame joy.”
Sabrina Celtic, “river goddess.”
Sapphira Greek, “sapphire.”
Selene Greek, “moon.”
Seraphina Hebrew, “fiery-winged.”
Seren Welsh, “star.”
Siofra Irish, “sprite.”
Sybil Greek, “prophetess.”
Tanith Phoenician, “serpent lady.”
Tansy Greek, “immortality.”
Tethys Greek, “grandmother.”
Thalia Greek, “to flourish.”
Theia Greek, “goddess.”
Thetis Greek, “disposition.”
Tindra Swedish, “to twinkle.”
Titania Greek, “giant.”
Umay Turkish, “hope.”
Una Latin, “one.”
Ursula Latin, “little bear.”
Vasilisa Russian, “queen.”
Verena German, “integrity.”
Vespera Latin, “evening star.”
Vesta Roman, “hearth.”
Viviane Arthurian, “lady of the lake.”
Wisteria English, “to twist.”
Wren English, “small bird.”
Xanthe Greek, “golden.”
Xylia Greek, “of the forest.”
Yavanna Tolkien, “giver of fruits.”
Ylva Scandinavian, “she-wolf.”
Ysabel Spanish, “pledged to God.”
Ysera Fantasy, “dreamer.”
Zaria Slavic, “morning star.”
Zephyra Greek, “west wind.”
Zephyrine French, “west wind breeze.”
Zerlina Italian, “beautiful dawn.”
Zinnia Latin, “flower name.”
Zora Slavic, “dawn.”
Zyanya Nahuatl, “forever.”

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