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Comments for AARON

Also used in France: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Aaron#French [noted -ed]

French pronunciation is /a.a.ʁɔ̃/.
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for ABIGAIL

I think you have a typo here:

"The biblical Abigil refers to herself as a servant, and beginning in the 17th century the name became a slang term for a servant, especially after the release of the play The Scornful Lady (1616), which featured a character named Abigail." [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  12/6/2019
Honestly one of my favorites. I find it a pretty name, and the 'servant' association really isn't much nowadays. The meaning isn't too appealing, though.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019

Comments for ABILENE

The 1909 book A Dictionary of the Proper Names of the Old and New Testament by James Beaumont Jackson states this about the name's meaning:

"Meaning: without books, or without king."

In addition, the 1855 book The Proper Names of The Bible by John Farrar also states this about the meaning of the name:

"A-be-le'-ne, father of the apartment, or of mourning. A small province of Syria, between Libanus and Antilibanus. Luke iii. 1."
Feiticeiro  11/18/2019
A pretty name. As another commenter stated, this could be a good alternative to Abigail if you want the nickname "Abby". It's definitely on my list, and it's also not too common either.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019

Comments for ACE (2)

Shouldn't Alexander here be replaced with Aleksandar, as Aleksandar is actually the form of Alexander used in Macedonian? [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  10/16/2019

Comments for AGATHA

Famous bearer is Agatha Kong (stage name Aga), a singer and songwriter from Hong Kong.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for AGLAIA

Pretty name with a pretty meaning. I'm surprised it isn't more common; only 6 babies were given this name in 2006. I also love the fact that it comes from Greek mythology.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019

Comments for AISLING

Beautiful name with a beautiful meaning. I personally wouldn't use it, though. Might be a bit hard to pronounce for some.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AKSEL

Also used in Estonian.
Feiticeiro  10/14/2019

Comments for ALBERTO

Also the Esperanto form: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Alberto#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for ALFREDO

Also the Esperanto form: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Alfredo#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for ALIYAH (1)

A famous bearer is actress and singer Aliyah Moulden.
Feiticeiro  9/6/2019

Comments for ALLEGRA

Reminds me too much of the allergy medicine. If I met someone with this name, I would have thought they were named after it.
Feiticeiro  6/2/2019

Comments for ALYSA

Champion figure skater Alysa Liu, the youngest ever US figure skating champ.
Feiticeiro  3/28/2020

Comments for AMANDINE

Definitely a cuter and less common variant of Amanda that I would use.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019

Comments for AMANI

Has a nice meaning, but this name seems kind of African American to me.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AMELIA

A nice name. It's kind of overused, though, which discourages me from wanting to use it all that much.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ANNALISE

One of the few 'combination names' that I think I could actually use/bear. First thing that comes to mind is the Animal Crossing villager, which isn't really that bad of an association.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ANTANINA

Also used in Lithuanian. [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  11/16/2019

Comments for ARABELLA

Meh. This name isn't really my thing. It's quite nice, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ARAMINTA

The 1934 book Dictionary of Given Names with Origins and Meanings by Flora Haines Loughead says this about the name's meaning:

"A Latin name, meaning: Ara being an altar, and minta relat­ing to the coinage of money, a free translation is sacred coinage."
Feiticeiro  11/18/2019

Comments for ARTURO

Also the Esperanto form: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Arturo#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for ARYA (2)

I think this is one of the only Game of Thrones names that I can actually tolerate. I wouldn't use it on a daughter, though. Reminds me too much of my own nickname (which is Aya).
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ASHER

Meh. It's okay. A very nice meaning, though.
Feiticeiro  7/25/2019

Comments for ASPEN

This sounds more masculine than feminine, in my personal opinion. Reminds me of Espen/Espn.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ATLAS

Atlas is the first child of actress Shay Mitchell and her husband Matte Babel.
Feiticeiro  11/25/2019

Comments for AUGUST

Also sometimes used as a feminine name in modern times.
Feiticeiro  9/28/2019
August/Augustus doesn't sound all that appealing to me, in my opinion. I'd only use it as a middle name if I used it at all.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for AURELIA

One of my favorite names. I personally like the meaning of the name, in particular (which is 'gold').
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AURORA

One of my favorite names. I think this would be a good middle name for Sierra (which is another favorite of mine). In terms of it being a first name, I prefer Dawn more.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AVA (1)

Ava Max (stage name of singer Amanda Ava Koci), is a famous bearer.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019
A nice name. I'd prefer to use it as a middle name, though, more specifically as a middle name for Hilda.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AVANI

Nice meaning. Sounds kind of African American in my opinion, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for AVRAM

Avram is the son of actor Vishnu Manchu and his wife Viranica Reddy.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for BARTOLOMEO

Also the Esperanto form: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Bartolomeo#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for BEDELIA

Meh. Pretty, but not really my thing. I personally prefer the original Bridget/Bridgette.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for BELLAMY

Bellamy, born Amy Maria Young, an actress well known for her role as Melody "Mellie" Grant in the TV drama Scandal.
Feiticeiro  3/28/2020

Comments for BENNY

Benny is a minor character in Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart.
Feiticeiro  10/4/2019

Comments for BERNICE

I learned about this name from a joke in a TV show. I think it's quite pretty.

"Look, Bernice! That cat just flung a wig at us."
Feiticeiro  8/8/2019

Comments for BLAKE

Also occasionally used as a feminine name in modern times.
Feiticeiro  9/2/2019

Comments for BOLORTSETSEG

Also used as a surname, particularly in Mongolia: https://forebears.io/surnames/bolortsetseg
Feiticeiro  9/25/2019
Beautiful meaning. I don't think this name would be very usable in real life, though. It'd probably cause a lot of mistakes and corrections...
Feiticeiro  7/12/2019

Comments for BORIS

Famous bearer is Boris Emelyanov, a Soviet singer.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for BRUNHILDE

Brunhilde is one of Mao Mao's five sisters in Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart.
Feiticeiro  10/4/2019

Comments for BRYNLEE

This is a tacky name that will probably not age very well at all. What even is this name? Why not at least just use "Bryn"? I have so many questions about this name...
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for CALLA

Not really my thing. I'd choose Lily over this name.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for CAMILA

Pretty, but I prefer it with 2 Ls over one. Wouldn't be surprised if people are only using it with one L because of that singer Camila Cabello.
Feiticeiro  1/20/2020

Comments for CAMILLE

Camille is a female chameleon in Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart. She is one of the two magic technicians of the Ruby Heart Castle, the other being her apprentice, Honey.
Feiticeiro  10/4/2019
A beautiful name. I personally prefer Camilla, though. I also think that this name sounds waaay more feminine than masculine.
Feiticeiro  7/10/2019

Comments for CAROLINE

Caroline Konstnar.
Feiticeiro  9/1/2019

Comments for CASH

Ew. Naming your kid Cash/Kash just seems tacky. It also seems like what a rapper would name their kid.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for CATALINA

MacOS 10.15 Catalina. The operating system is named after Saint Catalina Island in California.
Feiticeiro  8/13/2019

Comments for CHIARA

Lovely name. Definitely better than Claire/Clair and Kiara. I also think this name would make a nice sibling set with Elio.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019

Comments for CORAL

Meh. Not really my thing. Sounds like the name of a dog or a plush toy more than it does the name of a little girl.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for CRYSTAL

This is an odd name. It reminds me of a trashy person (no offense to anyone with this name or anyone who likes it), but it does have a pretty beautiful meaning at the same time. I probably wouldn't use this on an actual girl, though.
Feiticeiro  7/10/2019

Comments for DANIELLE

Danielle Cohn.
Feiticeiro  8/25/2019

Comments for DAPHNE

A famous bearer is singer Daphne Willis.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019
Nice name, but not really my thing.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for DECLAN

Declan McKenna. Can't believe nobody's mentioned him yet.
Feiticeiro  9/2/2019

Comments for DEMELZA

Demelza is the first child of model Amy Willerton and her fiance Daniel Day.
Feiticeiro  2/6/2020

Comments for DONNA

In a recent episode of the American soap opera General Hospital, the character Carly's newborn baby is named Donna.
Feiticeiro  10/18/2019

Comments for EDEN

I like this name. I can't really see it on a boy, though. Eden seems exclusively feminine to me. I personally like the meaning (reminds me of Abilene, another favorite of mine) and the story behind it, even though I'm not religious myself.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for EDGARD

I've also seen this name used in Portuguese-speaking countries as well; a famous Portuguese-speaking bearer is Brazilian singer Edgard Scandurra, who's a member of the band "Ira!".
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for EDITH

Quite pleasant. I picture an old lady when I think of this name, though. Seems kind of old fashioned, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's ugly. This name is indeed quite timeless as well.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for EDU

A famous fictional bearer is one of the titular characters in the Portuguese version of "Ed, Edd, and Eddy" (Du, Dudu, e Edu).
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for ELLIOT

Also used as a feminine name in modern times.
Feiticeiro  10/16/2019
Quite a timeless name that I can see on someone of any age. In my opinion, this isn't exactly the most feminine name, though... who would even name a girl Elliot?
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ÉLODIE

This name oddly reminds me of the names 'Genevieve' and 'Brydie' at the same time. Not exactly the most appealing name in the world, however...
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ELSIE

Reminds me of the name Eloise. I think this should stay as a nickname for Elizabeth, though, because I can't exactly picture it looking good as a first name.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for EMMALYN

Too weird of a name to use on an actual girl. What IS up with everyone and their dog using -lyn in names anyways?
Feiticeiro  7/11/2019

Comments for EMORY

Used as a feminine name more often in modern times. [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  9/25/2019

Comments for ESSENCE

Actress Essence Atkins. She got her big break in the 90s playing Tasha Henderson in the TV sitcom "Smart Guy".
Feiticeiro  3/28/2020

Comments for ESTELLA

I love the meaning of this name (which is 'star'). I personally prefer Stella or Estrella over this name, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for FREYA

I love this name and the meaning of it. I picture this name on a wolf more than I do a human, though. It might be because of the Animal Crossing association.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for GERALDINE

Geraldine is a magical golden Katana that acts as Mao Mao's primary weapon on Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019
The 1947 book The Oxford Dictionary of Christian Names by E. G. Withycombe states this about the name's origin:

"A female name. This name seems to have been invented by the poet Surrey who, c. 1540, celebrated the beauty of Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald, d. Of the 9th Earl of Kildare, under the name of ‘the fair Geraldine’ (Geraldine = one of the Fitzgeralds)." [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  9/25/2019

Comments for GERDA (1)

Also used in Esperanto: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Gerda#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for GRACELYN

This... just NO. I don't find it necessary or even very cool at all to add all these suffixes to names. Why not just use the normal "Grace"? At least that name is better than... whatever this is.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for HARLEY

Yuck. This name only suited Harley Quinn, in my personal opinion.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for HARPER

It's quite pretty. I wouldn't use this as the name of a real girl, though; I'd most likely use this as the name of a fictional character.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for HARTLEY

Hartley is the first child of co-host Jedediah Blia and her husband Jeremy Scher.
Feiticeiro  11/25/2019

Comments for HATTIE

Much better as a nickname for Harriet. Way too weird for a first name, it only fits on a baby or toddler in my opinion.
Feiticeiro  10/18/2019

Comments for HILDA

It's a real shame this name fell out of favor in the US. It's quite beautiful, strong, and underrated in my personal opinion, and it reminds me of a adventurous, cool, and strong girl. Would definitely recommend!
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for HONEY

Honey is a female character in Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart. She is one of the magic technicians of the castle, and the apprentice of Camille.
Feiticeiro  10/4/2019

Comments for HOSHI

It's pretty, but I wouldn't use it.
Feiticeiro  10/3/2019

Comments for INDIANA

Actress, singer, and Instagram celebrity Indiana Massara bears this name.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for INDIGO

Indigo is a pretty color, but a really weird name. Ai would probably be better for a name meaning 'Indigo'.

Also, masculine? This name sounds pretty feminine.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for INDRA

Sounds like a made-up name. Doesn't have that much of an appealing meaning, I wouldn't use it. Also, in my opinion, this name sounds more feminine than it does masculine.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for INDY

This is better as a nickname than it is as a first name. This name will definitely not age well. Yuck.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for INGRID

I've also heard of this name being used in Portuguese-speaking countries, a notable Portuguese-speaking bearer being actress Ingrid Guimarães.
Feiticeiro  9/23/2019

Comments for IRIS

Quite a beautiful name with a beautiful meaning. I personally prefer Vaiva as a name meaning 'rainbow' more than this name, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ISA (2)

This is better as a nickname for Isabelle than as a first name. I have really no opinion on this name. I do think that it's more feminine than masculine, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ISABELLE

In my opinion, this is quite a pretty name that I can picture on both a dog and a grown adult. The Animal Crossing association is also a very nice thing as well, even though most people probably won't think of that.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ISLA

Pretty name, but could be hard to pronounce for some. It's getting quite trendy as well, probably going to be one of those names that will be a marker of the 2020s/late 2010s.
Feiticeiro  1/20/2020

Comments for JACQUES

Jacques Torres, a pastry chef and chocolatier.
Feiticeiro  9/7/2019

Comments for JADE

Quite a beautiful name; I personally like names from gemstones, such as Ruby and Opal.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for JAIDEN

A famous bearer is YouTuber JaidenAnimations.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for JAMIE

Famous bearer is Christian Contemporary singer Jamie Harper (stage name Jamie Grace)
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for JASMINE

A beautiful name. I actually used to be friends with a girl named this. I prefer Yasmine, however.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for JOLIE

Reminds me of the English word "jolly". Has a pretty meaning, but I wouldn't use it.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for KAYLEE

This name just straight up sounds weird and ugly, in my opinion. Sorry to anyone who likes this name, but it just sounds so stupidly trendy to me. I don't understand adding all these suffixes to names... it's crazy.
Feiticeiro  7/10/2019

Comments for KINSLEY

Kinsley S. Bingham was from Michigan, Governor of Michigan, and United States Senate. His career lasted from 1859 to 1861. Kinsley was born on December 16th, 1808 in Camillus, New York. He died on October 5th, 1861.
Feiticeiro  7/28/2019

Comments for KOBE (2)

Kobe Bryant died on January 26, 2020. Please reflect the page to state 1978-2020. [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  1/26/2020

Comments for LARISSA

Brazilian singer and actress Larissa Manoela Taques Elias Santos (stage name Larissa Manoela) is a famous bearer of this name.
Feiticeiro  7/16/2019

Comments for LAUREN

It's a great name, but I personally think this name fits a middle-aged woman more than it does a baby girl.
Feiticeiro  7/20/2019

Comments for LENNON

Lennon is the third daughter of country singer Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren Akins.
Feiticeiro  2/21/2020
In my opinion, this name is better as a surname than a first name. Sounds quite bland as a first name.
Feiticeiro  7/10/2019

Comments for LENNY

This is the name of a robot that messes with telemarketers, ItsLenny.
Feiticeiro  7/11/2019

Comments for LEO

Also used in Spanish; it's on the popularity lists in Spain. However, it seems to be mainly used by famous bearers as a diminutive.
Feiticeiro  9/30/2019

Comments for LIAM

I think this name is only popular because of One Direction member Liam (the name started increasing in popularity around the time the band increased in popularity as well). I find it weird to name your kids after pop stars/actors, in my opinion.
Feiticeiro  7/14/2019

Comments for LIIS

Liis Lemsalu, Estonian singer is a famous bearer.
Feiticeiro  7/13/2019

Comments for LILY

Quite a beautiful name. Not really something I'd use, though.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for LOTTIE

Lottie, born Charlotte, is the sister of supermodel Kate Moss.
Feiticeiro  3/28/2020

Comments for LUCIFER

From 1880 to 2017, the Social Security Administration has recorded 115 babies born with the first name Lucifer in the United States.
Feiticeiro  8/25/2019

Comments for LUDWIG

Ludwig Zamenhof, who created the Esperanto language.
Feiticeiro  8/12/2019

Comments for LYRIC

Also used as a masculine name.
Feiticeiro  8/15/2019

Comments for MARIO

Also used as a feminine name in Esperanto: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Mario#Esperanto
Feiticeiro  10/1/2019

Comments for MARLEY

Also used as a masculine name more often in some places like the UK.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for MARS

Mars is the first son of MSNBC host Kasie Hunt and her husband Matt Rivera.
Feiticeiro  9/9/2019

Comments for MATEO

Cool name, but I prefer the original Matthew.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for MAVERICK

First thing that comes to mind is the merchandise of YouTuber Logan Paul. In my opinion, this name just seems really tacky to use for that reason.
Feiticeiro  7/13/2019

Comments for MCKENZIE

Also sometimes used as a masculine name in the United Kingdom. [noted -ed]
Feiticeiro  9/29/2019

Comments for MIA

Quite a common name. I really don't have any opinion on this name. I mean, it's nice, but it's not something I'd use.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for MILA

It's pretty and has a cute meaning, but hard to pronounce for most and it's getting too trendy, mainly because of the actress Mila Kunis. I wouldn't be surprised if this name dies as much as it got popular in the next 10-20 years.
Feiticeiro  1/20/2020

Comments for MILOU

Milou is the first child of socialite Barron Hilton and his wife Tessa.
Feiticeiro  3/28/2020

Comments for MONAT

The MLM (Monat) personally ruins/discredits this name for me. Who would even name their kid after a pyramid scheme hair company...?
Feiticeiro  5/6/2019

Comments for MONROE

Also used as a girl's name more often in recent times.
Feiticeiro  8/20/2019

Comments for MORTIMER

This was the name of my first town in Animal Crossing, so that's the main association for me, along with Mortimer Mouse. It's a cool and mature name for a boy that definitely fits an adult, though.
Feiticeiro  10/16/2019

Comments for NOVA

I honestly feel like this name will be the next Brittany or Ashley. It's pretty, yet seems too popular and trendy.
Feiticeiro  1/20/2020

Comments for OKSANA

I heard this name in the PBS series 'Odd Squad'. It's obvious that this name was only used to fit the 'O' theme of names they use in the series. Doesn't sound all that appealing to me, the name reminds me of okra a little bit.
Feiticeiro  5/25/2019

Comments for OLGA

Soviet singer Olga Zarubina is a famous bearer.
Feiticeiro  7/15/2019

Comments for PRESLEY

This is much better as a surname. I literally cannot picture it as being used as a first name. Reminds me of Elvis Presley, which isn't that bad of an association, but I do kind of think that naming your kids after pop culture figures is kind of weird.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for RÄSHIT

Probably not a very good name to use in an English-speaking country (for obvious reasons)
Feiticeiro  11/16/2019

Comments for REI

Sometimes I've seen this used as a nickname for Rebecca, or a variant of Rae.
Feiticeiro  1/17/2020

Comments for RIDLEY

More often given to girls in the US than boys in modern times.
Feiticeiro  2/28/2020

Comments for RIVER

Sounds like the name of a radio station. Don't like it.
Feiticeiro  7/14/2019

Comments for RONA (1)

Rona is sometimes used as a shortened slang term for the Coronavirus, particularly on the Internet.
Feiticeiro  5/10/2020

Comments for RORY

Also sometimes used as a feminine name in modern times.
Feiticeiro  9/23/2019

Comments for RYLIE

At first glance, this looked like a variant of Kylie or a name similar to it. This name doesn't seem very appealing at all. Why not at least just use "Riley"? I don't understand the need for all these 'youneek' spellings.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for SAFFRON

Saffron Baker is an English YouTuber and reality star.
Feiticeiro  2/6/2020

Comments for SANTINO

Santino is the third child of celebrity Mario Lopez and his wife Courtney. They also have a son named Dominic Luciano & Gia Francesca.
Feiticeiro  7/29/2019

Comments for SAOIRSE

Saoirse Kennedy Hill was a famous bearer.
Feiticeiro  8/12/2019

Comments for SHAI

Shai is the son of dancers Maksim Chmerkovskiy & Peta Murgatroyd.
Feiticeiro  2/6/2020

Comments for SPENCER

Also sometimes used as a feminine name.
Feiticeiro  9/26/2019

Comments for STELLA (1)

Stella, born Stella del Carmen Banderas, is the daughter of actors Antonio Banderas & Melanie Griffith.
Feiticeiro  2/6/2020
Beautiful name. I could see the names Stella, Lyra, and Vega on triplets.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for STORM

Sounds like the name of a radio station. Don't like it. I'd very much prefer Audra instead.
Feiticeiro  7/14/2019

Comments for TANYA

A fictional bearer is Tanya Keys, a character in the television show "Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart". She is a bounty hunter.
Feiticeiro  8/25/2019

Comments for THEA

In my opinion, this name only really works as a nickname. I find it too weird to use as a first name, but I guess it could fit. It just depends.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for TYLER

Also occasionally used as a feminine name.
Feiticeiro  9/28/2019

Comments for VALENTINO

Also used in Portuguese: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Valentino#Portuguese

Portuguese pronunciation is /ˌva.lẽ.ˈt͡ʃi.nu/.
Feiticeiro  11/1/2019

Comments for VIVIAN

Quite a cute name. I don't find this to be remotely masculine at all, though. It sounds pretty feminine.
Feiticeiro  7/10/2019

Comments for VIVIANA

Viviana is one of the children of actor Vishnu Manchu and his wife Viranica Reddy.
Feiticeiro  9/3/2019

Comments for ZINA

Reminds me of the name Xena. Not all that appealing, I really have no opinion on this name.
Feiticeiro  7/9/2019

Comments for ZION

Also sometimes used as a feminine name in modern times.
Feiticeiro  9/8/2019