There are 288 names matching your criteria.
ZAHI m Arabic
Means "beautiful, brilliant" in Arabic.
ZAHIR m Arabic
Derived from Arabic زهير (zahir)
meaning "helper, supporter".
ZAÏRE f Literature
Used by Voltaire for the heroine of his tragic play 'Zaïre' (1732), about a Christian woman enslaved by Muslims... [more]
ZAN f & m Chinese
Means "support, favour" in Chinese.
ZARATHUSTRA m History
Possibly means "golden camel" in Old Iranian, derived from zarat
meaning "golden" combined with ushtra
meaning "camel"... [more]
ZAYNAB f Arabic
From the Arabic name of a fragrant flowering tree, which is probably from زين (zayn)
meaning "beauty"... [more]
ZBIGNIEW m Polish
Means "to dispel anger" from the Slavic elements zby
"to dispel" and gnev
ZDENKO m Slovak, Slovene, Croatian
Derived from the Slavic element zdeti
meaning "build, create", originally a short form of names beginning with that element.
ZDZISŁAW m Polish
Derived from the Slavic elements zdeti
"build, create" and slav
ZEBEDEE m Biblical
From Ζεβεδαιος (Zebedaios)
, the Greek form of ZEBADIAH
used in the New Testament, where it refers to the father of the apostles James and John.
ZEKİ m Turkish
Means "intelligent" in Turkish (ultimately of Arabic origin).
ŽELIMIR m Croatian
Derived from the Slavic elements zhelit
"desire" and mir
ZEUS m Greek Mythology
The name of a Greek god, related to the old Indo-European god *Dyeus
whose name probably meant "shine" or "sky"... [more]
ZHEN f Chinese
From Chinese 珍
"precious, rare", 真
"real, true" or 貞
ZHENG m & f Chinese
From Chinese 正
"just, proper" or 政
ZHI m & f Chinese
From Chinese 志
"will, purpose" or 智
ZHUBIN m Iranian
Means "spear" in Persian, ultimately from Sanskrit.
ZIEMOWIT m Polish
From an old Slavic name derived from the elements sem
"family" and vit
"lord, master"... [more]
ZILLAH f Biblical
Means "shade" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament she is the second wife of Lamech.
ZINNIA f English (Rare)
From the name of the flower, which was itself named for the German botanist Johann Zinn.
ZORAIDA f Spanish
Perhaps means "enchanting woman" in Arabic, but possibly a name invented by Cervantes for a character in his novel 'Don Quixote' (1606), in which Zoraida is a beautiful Moorish woman of Algiers who converts to Christianity and elopes with a Spanish officer.
ZRINKA f Croatian
Derived from the Slavic element zrin
, of unknown meaning.