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XABADINfBasque
Basque form of Sabina.
XABATmBasque
Basque form of Salvador.
XABELmAsturian
Asturian form of Javier.
XÄBIBmTatar
Tatar form of Habib.
XABIERRAfBasque (Modern, Rare)
Modern feminine form of Xabier.
XÄBIRÄfTatar
Feminine form of Xäbir.
XABISOmXhosa
Means "value" in Xhosa.
XƏDICƏfAzerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Khadija.
XADRIANmAmerican (Modern, Rare)
Created from the name Adrian by adding an initial letter X.
XADRIANAfAfrican American (Modern)
A name combining elements from Xavier and Adriana.
XAFASAfBashkir
Bashkir form of Hafsa.
XAINTEfFrench (Archaic), French (Quebec, Rare, Archaic)
Variant of Sainte. A notable bearer was Xainte Dupont (1595-1680), an early settler of New France, the wife of settler Zacharie Cloutier (1590-1677), and an ancestress to the Cloutier family of Quebec.
XAKmAmerican
Variant of Zak.
XALEmPortuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Means "shawl" in Portuguese.
XALÎDmKurdish
Kurdish form of Khalid.
XƏLILmAzerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Khalil.
XALOCmCatalan (Modern, Rare)
Means "sirocco" in Catalan.
XALWOfSomali
A name that means "sweet." Xalwo is also a Somali dessert.
XÄMZÄmBashkir, Tatar
Bashkir and Tatar form of Hamza.
XÁNmGalician
Variant of Xoán.
XANm & fEnglish
Can be used as a nickname for Xanthe, Alexander and other names containing this element.
XANAfAsturian
From xana, the name of fairy or nymph in Asturian mythology. It may derive from the Roman mythological name Diana.
XANAfPortuguese
Diminutive of Alexandra.
XANDm & fEnglish
Diminutive of Alexander and Alexandra.
XANDAfPortuguese
Short form of Alexandra.
XANDIRmPopular Culture, American (Modern, Rare)
Extremely rare variant of Xander. This is the name of one of the housemates on the cartoon Drawn Together.
XANDREmGalician
Short form of Alexandre.
XANDREAfEnglish (American)
Elaboration of Xandra or short form of Alexandrea.
XANDRESmBasque
Basque form of Andrés.
XANDRUmMaltese
Maltese variant of Alexander.
XANOmPortuguese
Diminutive of Alexandre.
XÁNTHEfFrench
French form of Xanthe.
XANTHËfDutch
Dutch form of Xanthe.
XANTHENEfAmerican (Rare)
Modern elaborated form of Xanthe. It coincides with the name of a yellow organic heterocyclic compound; xanthene dyes tend to be fluorescent and brilliant, yellow to pink to bluish-red.
XANTHERf & mLiterature, ?
Possibly an elaboration on Xanthe, used in Mark Z. Danielewski's The Familiar series. Also occasionally used for men.
XANTHIfGreek
Modern Greek form of Xanthe.
XANTHIASmAncient Greek, Theatre
Means "of Xanthos", possibly referring to a city in ancient Lycia, itself meaning "golden, yellow, fair" (see Xanthos).... [more]
XANTHIPPEmFrench
French form of Xanthippos via its latinized form Xanthippus.
XANTHIPPUSmAncient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Xanthippos. A known bearer of this name was Xanthippus of Carthage, a Spartan mercenary general from the 3rd century BC.
XANTHISmGreek Mythology
A character in Greek Mythology.
XANTHOfGreek Mythology
Derived from Greek ξανθος (xanthos) meaning "yellow" or "fair hair" (see Xanthe). This name is sometimes included as one of the Nereids of Greek myth (the fifty daughters of Nereus by Doris).
XANTHUSmGreek Mythology (Latinized)
From the Greek Ξάνθος (Xanthos) meaning "yellow" or "fair hair" (compare Xanthe). This was the name of several characters in Greek legend, including a Trojan slain by Diomedes and a horse owned by Achilles ("Bayard, the other being Βαλίος (Balios), Piebald").
XÀNTIPmCatalan
Catalan form of Xanthippos via its latinized form Xanthippus.
XANTIPAfSpanish
Feminine Spanish variant form of Xanthippe.
XANTIPOmPortuguese
Portuguese form of Xanthippos via its latinized form Xanthippus.
XANTIPPAfHistory
Latinate form of Xanthippe. Saint Xantippa or Xanthippe and her sister Saint Polyxena were Spanish martyrs of the 1st century. The apocryphal Acts of Xanthippe and Polyxena is a 3rd- or 4th-century account of their lives.
XANTOmItalian
Italian form of Xanthus
XARLESmBasque
Basque form of Charles.
XÄSÄNmBashkir, Tatar
Bashkir and Tatar form of Hasan.
XAVm & fEnglish, French, Spanish
Probably a short form of Xavier (English, French, Spanish) or Xaviera (English).
XAVAfChechen, Ingush
Variant transcription of Khava.
XAVEmEnglish (Rare)
Short form of Xavier.
XAVÉRmHungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Xavier.
XAVÉRIEfFrench, French (African), Dutch
French feminine form of Xavier.
XAVERIUmRomanian
Romanian form of Xavier.
XAVERIUSmIndonesian, Dutch
Latinized form of Xavier. Often paired with Fransiskos.
XAVIANAfEnglish (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a feminine form of Xavian or an elaboration of Xavia.
XAVIELmSpanish (Rare)
This name is possibly a combination of Xavier with a Hebrew name ending in -iel, such as Gabriel. However, given the fact that this name has been around in the Spanish-speaking world since at least the 18th century, it could also be an independent name of its own (in which case its etymology is unknown), as combining names in that manner generally seems to be a fairly modern phenomenon in the Spanish-speaking world.... [more]
XAVIÈREfFrench
French feminine form of Xavier.
XAVIÈRINEfFrench
Elaboration of Xavière.
XÄYDÄRmTatar, Bashkir
Tatar and Bashkir form of Haidar.
XAYIDEfLiterature
One of the main antagonists in Michael Ende's fantasy novel The Neverending Story (1979).
XÄZ̦ISÄfBashkir
Bashkir form of Khadija.
XBALANQUEmNew World Mythology
One of the hero twins in the Mayan Popul Vuh. Defeated the underworld gods with his brother, Hunahpu.
XDANm & fNew World Mythology
From ancient mixtec, a mexican language
XÉHACHIWINGAfNative American
Means "mountain wolf woman" in the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) language.
XELAfGalician
Variant of Angela.
XELADf & mKurdish
Means "Gift" in Kurdish.
XELASmNew World Mythology
The Transformer was a pre-eminent spirit-being in many of the belief systems of the Pacific Northwest Coast and among some Interior peoples in the same part of the continent. Often appearing as more than one being, and seen in the plural as Transformers, the name of this/these being(s) varies from people to people, though all Coast Salish names are similar: in Skwxwu7mesh, the name is Xáays and in their tradition there were not one Transformer, but more than one, referred to as the Transformer Brothers; in Halkomelem, the name is Xa:ls; and in Lummi, the name of the Transformer is Xelas, sometimes Xe'las
XELHAfYucatec Maya
Means "a spring of water" in Yucatec Maya.
XELUCOmGalician
Diminutive of Anxo.
XENANDROSmAncient Greek
Means "foreign man", derived from Greek ξενος (xenos) "foreign, strange" combined with Greek ανδρος (andros) "of a man".
XENIfGreek
Modern transcription of Xene.
XÉNIAfSlovak, Hungarian
Slovak and Hungarian form of Xenia.
XÈNIAfCatalan
Either a short from of Eugènia or a Catalan form of Xenia. This was a pen name of the Catalan feminist writer Carme Karr (1865-1943). In her case, it was an allusion to the writer Eugeni d'Ors (1881-1954), who had used the pen name Xènius.
XENIEfCzech
Czech form of Xenia.
XENOCLESmAncient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Xenokles. This name was borne by an ancient Greek poet from the 5th century BC.
XENÓCRATESmPortuguese
Portuguese form of Xenocrates.
XENÓFANESmGalician, Portuguese
Galician and Portuguese form of Xenophanes.
XENOFONmGreek
Modern Greek form of Xenophon.
XENOFONTmCatalan
Catalan form of Xenophon.
XENOFONTEmGalician, Portuguese
Galician and Portuguese form of Xenophon.
XENOKLEIAfAncient Greek
Feminine form of Xenokles. In Greek mythology this name belonged to a Delphic priestess, who "refused to give an oracular response to Herakles before he was purified of the murder of Iphitos; but she was compelled by him, for he threatened to take away her tripod."
XENOKLESmAncient Greek
Means "foreign glory", derived from the Greek elements ξενος (xenos) "foreign, strange" and κλεος (kleos) "glory."
XENOPHANESmAncient Greek
Derived from the Greek elements ξενος (xenos) "foreign, strange" and φανης (phanes) "appearing". This name was borne by an ancient Greek philosopher and poet from the 5th century BC.
XENOPHILIUSmLiterature
Variant form of Xenophilus. This particular form seems to not ever have been borne by someone in real life, so this is best suited for the Literature category, as the name has been used by British author J.K. Rowling in her "Harry Potter" books, which feature a character named Xenophilius Lovegood.
XENOPHILOSmAncient Greek
Derived from Greek ξενος (xenos) "foreign, strange" combined with Greek φιλος (philos) "friend, lover".
XENOPHILUSmAncient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Xenophilos. This was the name of a Pythagorean philosopher and musician, who lived in the first half of the 4th century BC.
XÉNOPHONmFrench
French form of Xenophon.
XENOSmGreek
Derived from Greek ξενος (xenos) meaning "stranger, foreigner".
XENOVEVAfAsturian
Asturian form of Genevieve.
XENUmTheology
Possibly derived from the Greek xeno, meaning "foreigner". This is the name of an alien that appears in Scientology.
XERACHm & fSpanish (Canarian)
Apparently derives from a Guanche word meaning "bad omens" (source: Dr. Ignacio Reyes García). Recorded as the name of a 17-year-old Guanche girl from Tenerife who was sold as a slave in Valencia in 1497... [more]
XERESAfSpanish
Xeresa is an old Spanish first name meaning " girl from the town of xerez/jerez"
XERIUSmLate Roman (?), English (Modern, Rare)
Used as an unusual name in Roman times. Possibly used in relation to the name or derived from the name ZEUS.
XEROMEmGalician
Galician form of Jerome.
XERTRUDEfGalician
Galician form of Gertrude.
XESCAfCatalan
Diminutive of Francesca.
XESCOmCatalan
Diminutive of Francesc.
XETAf?
(See also ZETA and/or ZITA) Means "alive" or "lively". Could also mean "olive" or "little girl".... [more]
XETANIAfNative American
A wild and beautiful inner strength for oneself and others.
XETSAfEwe
This name is given for one of female twins.
XEVImCatalan
Diminutive of Xavier.
XEXILIAfBasque, Galician, Spanish (Rare)
Basque form and Spanish variant of Cecilia. This version is also thought to be the Celtiberian version of the name more popular among those of Celtic descent.
XHAVITmAlbanian
Albanian form of Javid.
XHEBRAILImAlbanian
Albanian form of Gabriel.
XHELALmAlbanian
Albanian form of Jalal.
XHEMAILmAlbanian
Albanian form of Cemal.
XHEMALmAlbanian
Albanian form of Jamal.
XHEMILmAlbanian
Albamian form of Jamil.
XHEMILEfAlbanian
Feminine form of Xhemil.
XHENANmAlbanian
goes back a long time ago.
XHENETAfAlbanian
Most likely derived from Albanian xhenet "paradise".
XHESIKAfAlbanian
Albanian form of Jessica.
XHEVAHIRmAlbanian
Albanian name meaning "jewel", "diamond", "precious stone(s)", "gem" and "pearl".
XHEVAHIREfAlbanian
Albanian name said to be derived from Turkish cevahir "jewel; gem".
XHEVATmAlbanian
Albanian form of Cevat.
XHEVDETmAlbanian
Albanian form of Cevdet.
XHOELmAlbanian (Modern)
Albanian form of Joel.
XHOImAlbanian
Maybe an Albanian variant of the English given name JOY.
XHULIAfAlbanian
Albanian form of Julia.
XHULIANAfAlbanian
Albanian form of Juliana.
XHUUYAAmHaida
Means "raven" in Haida.
XHYLJETAfAlbanian
Albanian form of Juliette.
XIfChinese
Meaning "careful" or "happiness."
XIALANm & fChinese
Combination of Xia and Lan.
XIANfChinese
From Chinese 仙 (xiān) meaning "immortal, transcendent, celestial being, fairy", used in Daoist philosophy.
XIANAfChinese
Combination of Xia and Na.
XIANAfEnglish (American, Modern, Rare)
Likely an invented name using the -iana trend in such names like Kiana and Tiana
XIAOf & mChinese
Dawn
XIAOGANGmChinese
From Chinese 小 (xiǎo) meaning "small, little" or 晓 (xiǎo) meaning "dawn, daybreak" or "to know, to understand" combined with 刚 (gāng) meaning "firm, strong" or "just, exactly"... [more]
XIAO-HONGfChinese
Means 'morning rainbow' in Chinese.
XIAOHUIfChinese
Chinese name from the characters 曉 (hsiao3) meaning "light; to know, to understand" but also "dawn, daybreak" and 暉 (hui1) meaning "light of the sun" or "splendor". A famous bearer is Ma Xiaohui, an erhu player and composer.
XIAOLINGfChinese
Little jade tinkling
XIAOLONGm & fChinese
Means "little dragon" in Chinese.
XIAO-XINGfChinese
means "morning star"
XIAOYUfChinese
The Chinese characters for "surpass", ''rain" and "dawn" ... [more]
XIDIGmSomali
Means "star" in Somali.
XIGUAfChinese (Rare, ?)
From Chinese 西瓜 (xīguā) meaning "watermelon".
XIHEfFar Eastern Mythology, Chinese
A Chinese sun goddess, mythologically she was the wife of Emperor Jun, and once the 'mother' of ten suns, in the form of Three-legged birds, residing in a mulberry tree in the eastern sea named Fusang... [more]
XILONENfAztec and Toltec Mythology
The Aztec maize-goddess, called "the hairy-one" referring to the hair-like tassels of the corn.
XIMAfCatalan
Diminutive of Joaquima.
XINf & mChinese
Chinese character, meaning "joy, happy", and (for trees, plants) flourishing.... [more]
XING-XINGfChinese
Means "star" in Chinese.
XIN-JINGf & mChinese
comes from china means "heart of crystal
XIONGmChinese
Chinese name with many meanings, among them "male, hero, heroic, powerful, mighty".
XIPEmAztec and Toltec Mythology
Means "flayed one". A god of spring.
XIRAfPopular Culture
Xira Arien is a character in the card game 'Magic: The Gathering', where she is an insect wizard.
XIRSImSomali
This Somali name means "safeguard." The word xirsi also means "safeguard." The x in Somali is a voiceless pharyngeal fricative, a throaty sound that is not present in English. Somalis outside of Somalia may spell the name as HIRSI or HERSI.
XISCAfCatalan
Diminutive of Francesca.
XISCOmCatalan
Diminutive of Francesc.
XISELAfGalician
Galician form of Giselle.
XIUHCUETZINfAztec
A famous bearer of this name is Xiuhcuetzin, who was a Queen of Tenochtitlan.
XIUHTECUHTLImAztec and Toltec Mythology
Xiuhtecuhtli, "old god", is the senior-deity of the Aztec pantheon.
XIUHTEZCATLmAztec
Notable bearer is climate change activist, hip-hop artist, and Earth Guardians, a worldwide conservation organization, leader, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez/Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez.
XIUHXOCHITLfNahuatl
Means "turquoise flower" in Nahuatl, from Nahuatl xiuhuitl, "turquoise" and xochitl, "flower".
XIU-XIUfChinese
Means "develop" or "legacy" in Chinese.
XIWENf & mChinese
From Chinese 曦 (xī) meaning "sunlight, sunshine" or 锡 (xī) meaning "tin" combined with 文 (wén) meaning "literary, written language" or "culture", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
XIXANmAlbanian
Albanian from of Vivian.
XIXËLLIMEfAlbanian (Modern)
From the Albanian xixëllim meaning "glitter, sparkling".
XIXËLLOREfAlbanian (Modern)
From the Albanian xixëllon meaning "to twinkle".
XIXIfChinese
From the Chinese 希 (xī) meaning "to hope, to expect, to strive for" combined with itself. Other character combinations can form this name as well.
XOBmHmong
Means "lightning, thunder" in Hmong.
XOCASmGalician
Diminutive of Xaquin.
XOCOTLmAztec and Toltec Mythology
Xocotl is the Aztec god of fire and of the stars.
XOLAfEnglish
Variant of Zola.
XOLAmXhosa
Means "stay in peace" in Xhosa.
XOLISILEfSouth African, Zulu
Means "(we are) sorry" in Zulu.
XOLOTLmAztec and Toltec Mythology
In Aztec and Toltec mythology, Xolotl is the god of lightning who guides the dead to the Mictlan. The Aztec regard him as the twin brother of Quetzalcoatl. As lord of the evening star and personification of Venus, he pushes the sun at sunset towards the ocean and guards her during the night on her dangerous journey through the underworld... [more]
XOPTAKfTuvan
Means "greedy" in Tuvan.
XOSEFAfGalician
Galician form of Josepha.
XOSHAfAfrican American (Rare)
American actress Xosha Roquemore (born 1984) bears this name. She was named after the Xhosa people of South Africa.
XOSUÉmGalician
Galician form of Joshua.
XOVfHmong
Means "thread" in Hmong.
XOVIANOmGalician
Galician form of Jovian.
XOZ̦AYBIRGÄNmBashkir
Means "the almighty gave" in Bashkir.
XTABAYfNew World Mythology
Possibly means "female ensnarer" in Mayan. In Mesoamerican legends she was a promiscuous but good-hearted woman whereas Utz-Colel was decent but cold at heart, disgusted by the sick, poor and homeless... [more]
XUANAfGalician (Rare)
Galician / Portuguese
XUĚHUĀfChinese
Snow Flower
XUELAfLiterature
Named after the fictional character Xuela Claudette Richardson in the novel, "The Autobiography of My Mother", by Jamaica Kincaid. ... [more]
XUELIANGmChinese
From Chinese 学 (xué) meaning "to learn, to study" combined with 良 (liáng) meaning "good", as well as other character combinations.
XULIÁNmGalician
Variant of Xián or the Galician form of Julian.
XULIANAfGalician
Feminine form of Xulián.
XULIANOmGalician
Galician form of Julian.
XULIETAfGalician
Galician form of Juliet.
XÜNDÜSmTuvan
Means "daytime" in Tuvan.
XUNIOmGalician
Galician form of Junius.
XÚPITERmGalician
Galician form of Jupiter.
XURDANAfMedieval Basque
Medieval Basque form of Jurdana.
XURDEmAsturian
Asturian form of George.
XUREŠ-OOLmTuvan
Means "wrestling boy" in Tuvan.
XURYmLiterature
Used for a character in Daniel Defoe's novel, Robinson Crusoe.
XUSmSpanish
Diminutive of Jesus.
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