Crissov's Personal Name List

Adelheid
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Dutch (Rare)
Pronounced: A-dəl-hiet(German) A-dəl-hayt(Dutch)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 59% based on 8 votes
German and Dutch form of Adelaide.
Edeltraud
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German
Pronounced: E-del-trowt
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 47% based on 6 votes
Younger form of Adeltraud.
Elisabeth
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English, Biblical, Biblical Latin
Pronounced: eh-LEE-za-beht(German) eh-LEE-sa-beht(Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian) eh-LEE-sa-behd(Danish) i-LIZ-ə-bəth(English)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 68% based on 6 votes
Popularity: the United States: #985 (down 79)
German and Dutch form of Elizabeth. It is also a variant English form, reflecting the spelling used in the Authorized Version of the New Testament.
Felicitas
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Late Roman, Roman Mythology
Pronounced: feh-LEE-tsee-tas(German)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 47% based on 6 votes
Latin name meaning "good luck, fortune". In Roman mythology the goddess Felicitas was the personification of good luck. It was borne by a 3rd-century saint, a slave martyred with her master Perpetua in Carthage.
Franziska
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German
Pronounced: fran-TSIS-ka
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 50% based on 6 votes
German feminine form of Franciscus (see Francis).
Henriette
Gender: Feminine
Usage: French, German, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian
Pronounced: AHN-RYEHT(French) hehn-ree-EH-tə(German) hehn-ree-EHT-tə(Dutch) hehn-ree-EH-də(Danish) hehn-ree-EHT-teh(Norwegian)
Rating: 60% based on 6 votes
French feminine diminutive of Henri.
Katharina
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Pronounced: ka-ta-REE-na(German, Swedish)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 69% based on 7 votes
German form of Katherine.
Laetitia
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Late Roman, French
Pronounced: LEH-TEE-SYA(French)
Personal remark: ‘Joy’
Rating: 41% based on 7 votes
Original form of Letitia, as well as a French variant.
Magdalena
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Polish, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Lithuanian, Spanish, Catalan, Occitan, Slovene, Czech, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, Romanian, English
Other Scripts: Магдалена(Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian)
Pronounced: mag-da-LEH-na(Polish) mak-da-LEH-na(German) magh-dha-LEH-na(Spanish) məg-də-LEH-nə(Catalan) MAG-da-leh-na(Czech) mag-də-LAY-nə(English)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 90% based on 6 votes
Popularity: the United States: #996 (down 36)
Latinate form of Magdalene.
Margaretha
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Dutch, Swedish, German
Pronounced: mahr-gha-REH-ta(Dutch) mar-ga-REH-ta(German)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 63% based on 7 votes
Dutch form of Margaret, as well as a Swedish and German variant form.
Marica
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Croatian, Serbian, Slovene, Hungarian, Italian
Other Scripts: Марица(Serbian)
Pronounced: MAW-ree-tsaw(Hungarian)
Personal remark: Gräfin Maritza, Operetta
Rating: 37% based on 7 votes
Diminutive of Marija (Croatian, Serbian and Slovene) or Mária (Hungarian).
Nivana
Usage: Indian
Rating: 51% based on 7 votes
Rebecka
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Swedish
Rating: 43% based on 7 votes
Swedish variant of Rebecca.
Rosamunde
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, English (Rare)
Pronounced: RO-zah-moon-de(German) ROZ-ə-mund(English)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 67% based on 7 votes
German form of Rosamund, and also an English variant.
Sieglinde
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Germanic Mythology
Pronounced: zeek-LIN-də(German)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 52% based on 6 votes
Derived from the Germanic elements sigu "victory" and lind "soft, tender, flexible". Sieglinde was the mother of Siegfried in the Germanic saga the Nibelungenlied.
Veronika
Gender: Feminine
Usage: Russian, Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, German, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Slovene, Croatian, Macedonian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Estonian, Lithuanian, Latvian
Other Scripts: Вероника(Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian) Вероніка(Ukrainian)
Pronounced: vyi-ru-NYEE-kə(Russian) VEH-ro-ni-ka(Czech) VEH-raw-nee-ka(Slovak) veh-RO-nee-ka(German, Croatian) VEH-ro-nee-kaw(Hungarian) vyeh-RAW-nyi-ku(Lithuanian)
Personal remark: 1st name
Rating: 52% based on 6 votes
Form of Veronica in several languages.
Viktoria
Gender: Feminine
Usage: German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Estonian, Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Belarusian
Other Scripts: Βικτωρία, Βικτώρια, Βικτόρια(Greek) Виктория(Russian, Bulgarian) Вікторія(Ukrainian) Вікторыя(Belarusian)
Pronounced: vik-TO-rya(German) vyik-TO-ryi-yə(Russian)
Rating: 45% based on 6 votes
German, Scandinavian and Greek variant of Victoria. It is also an alternate transcription of Russian/Bulgarian Виктория or Ukrainian Вікторія (see Viktoriya) or Belarusian Вікторыя (see Viktoryia).
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