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Abesti f Basque (Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri who based the name on Basque abes "to sing" and the suffix -ti. According to R. M. Azkue, by 1927 abesti had acquired the meaning "song" and has been in everyday use as a synonym for the older kanta ever since.
Adonaya f Spanish (Rare)
Feminine form of Adonay.
Adoració f Catalan
Catalan cognate of Adoración.
Adriu m Sicilian
Contracted form of Adrianu.
Ainhara f Basque
Derived from Navarro-Lapurdian Basque ainhara "swallow (the bird)" (compare Ainara).
Ainize f Basque (Modern)
Variant of Ainhize. Ainize Barea Nuñez (born 25 January 1992), often known as Peke Barea, is a Spanish footballer from the Basque Country.
Aldmir m Polish (Archaic)
Polish variant of Aldemar.
Alodiusz m Polish (Archaic)
Masculine form of Alodia.
Aloia f Galician
Transferred use of the name of Monte Aloia, a summit in the mountains of Galicia, Spain.
Aloma f Catalan (Rare), Literature
This name was used by the medieval writer and philosopher Ramon Llull in his novel Blanquerna (1283), where it belongs to the mother of the main character. Llull possibly based it on the masculine name Alomar (nowadays found as a surname - see Alomar), which derives from the Germanic name Aldemar... [more]
Àlvar m Catalan
Catalan form of Alfher (see Álvaro).
Amad m & f Arabic
Means "period (of time)" in Arabic.
Anesa f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Anisa.
Anfernee m African American
Variant of Anthony. This name was popularized by American basketball player Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway (b. 1971).
Angilica f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Angelica.
Annea f Celtic Mythology
Annea was a goddess worshipped in the province of Cuneo in the southwest of the Piedmont region of Italy. The origin and meaning of her name are uncertain, it has, however, been suggested that it might be related to Celtic ann- "mother" (compare the name of the Irish goddess Anu).
Annus m Estonian
Variant of Anno.
Antigona f Albanian, Croatian (Rare)
Albanian and Croatian form of Antigone.
Antigoni f Greek, Sicilian
Modern Greek and Sicilian form of Antigone.
Anushik f Armenian
Diminutive of Anush.
Anxhelina f Albanian
Albanian form of Angelina.
Arbena f Albanian
Feminine form of Arben.
Argentina f Spanish, Medieval English, Portuguese (Brazilian), Italian (Rare)
From Argentina, the name of a country in South America. It is derived from the Latin argentum (silver), which in turn comes from the Ancient Greek ἀργήντος (argēntos), from ἀργήεις (argēeis), "white, shining"... [more]
Ariana f Albanian
Feminine form of Arian.
Armine f Armenian
Feminine form of Armen, probably coined in the 18th century.
Armonía f Spanish (Rare)
Means "harmony" in Spanish.
Arsine f Armenian
Feminine form of Arsen.
Asija f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Asiya.
Audronė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Audronis.
Avdo m Bosnian
Diminutive of Abdulah.
Bahareh f Persian
Variant of Bahar.
Beauty f English, Popular Culture, South African
From the English word "beauty", ultimately derived from Latin bellus, "beautiful". See also Belle and Bella.
Behati f Afrikaans
Possibly an Afrikaans variant of Beata. It is the name of Namibian fashion model Behati Prinsloo (b. 1989).
Belkisa f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Bilqis.
Besa f Albanian
Derived from Akbanian besë "pledge, word of honor; trust, faith".
Besmir m Albanian
Derived from Albanian besë "faith, trust" and mirë "good".
Betsabé f Spanish, Catalan, Hungarian
Spanish, Catalan and Hungarian form of Bathsheba.
Borat m Popular Culture
Possibly an invented name, perhaps based on Borut. This is the name of the titular character in the film 'Borat' (2006).
Brandine f Popular Culture
Possibly a combination of Brandy and the popular suffix -ine. Brandine Spuckler is Cletus's wife on the American animated series The Simpsons.
Brisa f Spanish
Previously a short form of Briseida, though it is now regarded as an independent name directly from the Spanish word brisa "breeze". In Mexico this name was popularized by a character named Brisa (played by actress Margarita Magaña) on the telenovela "Por tu amor" (1999).
Cáitín f Irish (Rare)
Diminutive of Cáit.
Calamanda f Catalan (Rare)
Meaning uncertain; possibly derived from the Latin calamus, "reed, cane". This was the name of a (possibly legendary) Catalan saint, who is the patroness of Calaf.
Calinichia f Medieval Romanian
Diminutive of Călina. Ana-Călina, mother of Mircea I of Wallachia, was known as Doamna Calinichia (Lady Calinichia).
Caritat f Catalan (Rare)
Catalan cognate of Caridad, this name is directly taken from Catalan caritat "charity".
Carmit f Hebrew
Variant of Carmel.
Cézanne f & m English, Afrikaans
From the French artist, Paul Cézanne. This name is sometimes used as a feminine name by Afrikaners in South Africa due to its similarity to Suzanne.
Chesús m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Jesus, used as a given name.
Corazón f Spanish
Means "heart" in Spanish. It is taken from the title of the Virgin Mary Inmaculado Corazón de María meaning "Immaculate Heart of Mary".
Corry m English
Variant of Cory.
Danisława f Polish
Polish form of Danislava.
Debrah f English
Variant of Deborah.
Demarco m African American
Combination of the popular name prefix De and Marco.
Diodoru m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Diodorus.
Dita f Albanian
Derived from Albanian ditë "day".
Dudukhana f Georgian (Rare)
Derived from the Georgian adjective დუდუხა (dudukha) meaning "plump" (in reference to girls and women). Also compare the related Georgian adjective დუდრუქანა (dudrukana) meaning "plump, stout" (also in reference to girls and women).... [more]
Dželila f Bosnian (Rare)
Bosnian form of Jalila.
Džemila f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Jamila.
Dženan m Bosnian
Derived from Janan.
Edin m Bosnian
Derived from Arabic دين (dīn), meaning "religion".
Ekhi m Basque
Eastern Basque variant of eki "sun".
Elisenda f Catalan, Medieval Catalan
Catalan form of the Visigothic name Alasind composed of the Germanic elements alah "temple" and sinþs "path". ... [more]
Elitsa f Bulgarian
Derived from Bulgarian елица, itself a diminutive form of Bulgarian ела "fir tree; spruce".
Elmiine f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Elmine.
Eman m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Aman.
Emeryka f Polish
Feminine form of Emeryk.
Eñaut m Basque
Basque from of Arnold.
Enea f Basque
Derived from Basque enea "mine" (compare Nerea).
Envera f Bosnian, Turkish
Feminine form of Enver.
Eralda f Albanian, Italian
Albanian feminine form of Erald and Italian feminine form of Eraldo.
Erea f Galician
Galician form of Irene.
Escarlata f Spanish (European, Rare), Catalan (Rare)
Spanish and Catalan cognate of Scarlet. In Spain, this began to be used as a given name in the 1960s, likely due to influence from the English Scarlett.
Esperança f Portuguese, Catalan
Portuguese and Catalan cognate of Esperanza.
Estrela f Galician (Rare), Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Derived from Portuguese and Galician estrela "star" as well as a variant of Estela. As a Portuguese name, it is also used in reference to the title of the Virgin Mary Nossa Senhora da Estrela ("Our Lady of the Good Star").
Eugeni m Catalan
Catalan form of Eugene.
Eugènia f Catalan, Provençal, Lengadocian, Gascon
Catalan, Languedocian, Provençal and Gascon form of Eugenia.
Fairy f English
From the English word fairy, referring to the mythical creature, ultimately derived from the Roman mythological name Fata, "fate". (Compare: Fay)
Falisława f Polish (Archaic), Silesian (Archaic)
Variant of Chwalisława, recorded in Silesia and Mazovia.
Farners f Catalan
From the Catalan title of the Virgin Mary, Mare de Déu de Farners, meaning "Mother of God of Farners," the name of a sanctuary located at the foot of Farners Castle in the Selva municipality of Santa Coloma de Farners... [more]
Fata f Bosnian
Bosnian short form of Fatima.
Ferida f Bosnian, Arabic
Variant of Farida.
Floscellus m History (Ecclesiastical)
Derived from Latin floscellus, a diminutive of flosculus (which itself is a diminutive of flos "flower, blossom"), meaning "small flower". Saint Floscellus was a young man who was martyred in the persecutions of Marcus Aurelius... [more]
Francho m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Francis.
Fridolin m Medieval German, German, Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare), French (Archaic), Romansh
Diminutive of Frid or Frido, which are both a short form of masculine names that contain the Germanic element frid or fridu meaning "peace", such as Friedrich and Gottfried... [more]
Gari m Basque
Derived from Basque gari "wheat".
Gazza m English (British)
Diminutive of Gary.
Gemima f Italian (Rare), English (Rare), Portuguese (Archaic)
Italian form of Jemima, as well as an English variant.
Gerhardus m Afrikaans
Afrikaans form of Gerard.
Ginta f Latvian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a feminine form of Gints, a feminine form of Gintars and a purely phonetic coinage... [more]
Grzegórz m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Gregory.
Gunia f Polish
Diminutive of Agata via Agunia.
Hada f Spanish
Means "fairy" in Spanish, derived from Latin Fata.
Haldo m Estonian (Archaic)
Variant of Aldo and short form of Haldur.
Haleh f Persian
Persian form of Hala.
Hegoi m Basque, Basque Mythology
The name of a god associated with the south wind in Basque mythology.
Henar f Spanish
Means "hayfield" in Spanish. It is taken from the Spanish title of the Virgin Mary Nuestra Señora de El Henar, meaning "Our Lady of the Hayfield".
Heura f Catalan (Modern)
Directly taken from Catalan heura "ivy".
Hùgò m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Hugo.
Icie f English
Diminutive of Berenice, used in America in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Icy f English (Rare)
Variant of Icie. The spelling was perhaps influenced by the English word "icy" meaning "pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice; cold; frosty; or characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence".
Iesu m Theology
Samoan and Welsh form of Jesus.
Inar m Basque
Derived from Basque inar "spark; sunray, ray of light".
Inara f Hittite Mythology
In Hittite–Hurrian mythology, Inara was the goddess of the wild animals of the steppe and daughter of the Storm-god Teshub.
Inhar m Basque
Variant of Inar.
Irea f Galician
Variant of Iria.
Iskinder m Amharic
Amharic form of Alexander.
Itahisa f Spanish (Canarian)
Possibly derived from a Guanche word meaning "skeleton" or "bones". This was recorded as the name of a 6-year-old Guanche girl who was sold as a slave in Valencia in 1494. The name was revived in the Canary Islands in the 1970s... [more]
Ivanu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Ivano.
Ixeia f Aragonese
Variant of Ixeya.
Ixeya f Aragonese
Transferred use of Ixeya (also known as Ixeia), the name of a Pyrenean mountain located in the province of Huesca, Spain.
Izadi f Basque (Modern)
Derived from Basque izadi "nature; forest".
Izarbe f Spanish (?)
From Basque izar "star" and -be "beneath, under", taken from the Marian title Nuestra Señora de Izarbe, meaning "Our Lady of Izarbe". Izarbe is a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary located in the province of Huesca, Spain.
Jacint m Catalan, Lengadocian, Provençal
Catalan. Languedocian and Provençal form of Hyacinthus. Jacint Verdaguer i Santaló (1845 – 1902) was a writer, regarded as one of the greatest poets of Catalan literature and a prominent literary figure of the Renaixença, a cultural revival movement of the late Romantic era... [more]
Jałbrzyk m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Alberyk.
Janica f Croatian, Slovene
Originally a diminutive of Jana, used as a given name in its own right.
Janira f Spanish, Catalan
Spanish and Catalan form of Ianeira.
Janire f Basque
Basque form of Janira.
Jenicka f English (Modern)
Spelling variant of Jennica, which is a modern name that was created by combining popular names Jennifer and Jessica.
Jolda m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Aldmir.
Jónsi m Icelandic
Diminutive of Jón. Famous bearers include Jón Þór Birgisson, lead singer of Sigur Rós (who is also a musician in his own right) and Jón Jósep Snæbjörnsson, lead singer of Í Svörtum Fötum and contestant in the Eurovision Song Contest of 2004 and 2012... [more]
Julene f Basque
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque equivalent of Juliana and Julienne.
Juzka f Vilamovian
Feminine form of Juza.
Kaïna f Berber, French
French variant spelling of Kahina.
Kanita f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Qanita.
Kerli f Estonian (Modern)
Contraction of either of Kertu and Eliisabet or Kertu and Liidia.
Kévim m Portuguese
Portuguese variant of Kevin.
Kimora f African American (Modern)
In the case of American model Kimora Lee Simmons (b. 1975) this name possibly derives from the common Japanese surname Kimura, reflecting Simmons's Japanese ancestry.
Kinte m Literature, African American
This name was popularized in the USA in the late 1970s by the book and miniseries 'Roots' where it was the surname of the character Kunta Kinte.
Kunta m Literature, African American (Rare)
This name was popularized in the USA in the late 1970s by the character Kunta Kinte in Alex Haley's historical novel 'Roots' (1976) and the subsequent television miniseries based on the book (1977).
Kupryjan m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Cypryjan, influenced by the Russian form of this name.
Lambrini f Greek
Feminine form of Lambros, meaning "bright, shining, brilliant". It is also related to the Greek word Λαμπρή (Lambri), meaning "Easter".
Lambros m Greek
Alternate transcription of Greek Λαμπρος (see Lampros), derived from Greek λαμπρός (lampros) meaning "bright, shining, brilliant"... [more]
Lander m Basque, Medieval Basque
Of debated origin and meaning.... [more]
Landi m Albanian
Diminutive of Taulant.
Landi f Afrikaans
Short from of Yolandi. This name is borne by South African model Landi Swanepoel (b. 1979).
Larentu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Laurence 1.
Lashanda f African American
Possibly a variant of Lashonda.
LaSonya f African American
Combination of the popular prefix la with the name Sonya.
Latarsha f African American
Possibly a variant of Latasha in non-rhotic accents.
Latosha f African American
Possibly a variant of Latasha.
Latrice f African American
Combination of the popular prefix la with the name Patrice 2. Also compare Latricia, Katrice.
Leeloo f Popular Culture
Short form of Leeloominaï, which is revealed to mean "precious stones" in the (fictional) Divine Language. Leeloominaï, called Leeloo, is the heroine of the 1997 sci-fi movie "The Fifth Element"... [more]
Lide f Basque
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque equivalent of Lidia and Lydie.
Llibertat f Catalan
Means "freedom, liberty" in Catalan (see Liberty for derivation).
Llorens m Catalan
Variant of Llorenç.
Llum f Catalan
Means "light" in Catalan.
Lluna f Catalan (Modern, Rare), Asturian (Modern, Rare)
Means "moon" in Catalan and Asturian, derived from the Latin Luna.
Loucine f Armenian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Lusine.
Lovelyn f English (Modern, Rare), German (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Love and the popular name suffix lyn.... [more]
Lucrècia f Catalan, Gascon
Catalan and Gascon form of Lucretia.
Luredda f Sicilian
Variant of Loredda.
Magenta f English, Theatre
Named for the mauvish-crimson colour. The dye to make the colour was discovered and named shortly after the Battle of Magenta in 1859 (the town is situated in northern Italy). The colour may have been inspired by the colour of the uniforms worn by the French troops, or by the colour of the land soaked in blood after the battle... [more]
Mahshid f Persian
Means "moonlight" in Persian.
Maiso f Georgian (Rare)
Variant of Maisa (also Georgian).
Maitane f Basque
Variant of Maite, composed of Basque maitea meaning "beloved, darling" and the modern feminine suffix -ne.
Manushaqe f Albanian
Derived from Albanian manushaqe "violet".
Marcjusz m Polish
Polish form of Marcius.
Mariña f Galician
Galician form of Marina.
Martiño m Galician
Galician form of Martin.
Marucha f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Marta.
Mattalena f Corsican
Corsican form of Maddalena.
Meghann f English (Modern)
Variant of Megan. This name was used by the Australian author Colleen McCullough in her novel The Thorn Birds (1977), which in 1983 was adapted as a TV mini-series.
Meho m Bosnian
Bosnian diminutive of Mehmed.
Mendy f English
Diminutive of Melinda or variant of Mandy.
Mendy m Jewish, Yiddish
Diminutive of Mendel.
Miquela f Catalan, Medieval Occitan
Catalan feminine form of Miquel and Occitan feminine form of Miquèu.
Mjellma f Albanian
Derived from Albanian mjellmë "swan" and, figuratively, "wise and beautiful young woman".
Myhciu m Vilamovian
Diminutive of Myhuł.
Nahikari f Basque
Variant of Nahia derived from Basque nahikari "wish; desire; sympathy, affection; pleasure".
Nastassja f German
German transcription of Nastasya. This name is borne by the German American actress Nastassja Kinski (1961-).
Nativitat f Catalan
Catalan cognate of Natividad.
Natyra f Albanian
Derived from Albanian natyrë "nature".
Nderim m Albanian
Derives from the Albanian word nder, meaning "honour, respect".
Neamh f Irish (Modern)
Derived directly from neamh, the Irish word for "heaven, paradise". Neamh is a modern Irish name.
Nedžma f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Najma.
Neige f French (Rare), French (Belgian, Rare), French (Quebec)
Derived from French neige "snow". The name is ultimately derived from the title of the Virgin Mary Notre-Dame des Neiges "Our Lady of the Snows" (compare Nieves).
Nerea f Italian, Sicilian, Galician, Spanish
Feminine form of Nereo.
Nit f Catalan (Modern)
Means "night" in Catalan.
Nitesh m Indian, Hindi, Marathi
Alternate transcription of Nitish.
Obama m English (American)
Obama is given to honor the Forty-fourth President of the United States, Barack Obama.
Olaia f Basque, Galician
Basque form and Galician variant of Olalla.
Parashqevi f Albanian
Albanian form of Paraskeve.
Pasión f & m Spanish
Means "passion" in Spanish, referring to the Passion of Jesus Christ.... [more]
Peppinedda f Sardinian
Diminutive of Giosepa.
Persia f English (Rare)
From the name of the Middle Eastern country Persia, now referred to as Iran. Its name is derived from Avestan Parsa, the ancient tribal name of the people ruled by Cyrus the Great.... [more]
Qëndrim m Albanian
Derived from Albanian qëndrim "stance, position; attitude; resistance".
Rafel m Aragonese, Catalan
Catalan and Aragonese form of Raphael.
Rexhina f Albanian
Albanian form of Regina.
Riharda f Slovene
Feminine form of Rihard.
Rijad m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Riad.
Roya f Persian
Derived from Persian رویا (royâ) meaning "dream", of Arabic origin.
Ruan m Afrikaans
Combination of Rudolf and Johan.
Rynia f Silesian
Silesian cognate of Renia.
Safija f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Safiyyah.
Saioa f Basque
From Saioa, the name of a mountain located in Navarre, Spain.
Salko m Bosnian
Bosnian diminutive of Salih.
Saranda f Albanian
From Saranda (or Sarandë), the name of a city in Albania. The name itself derives from the Greek Άγιοι Σαράντα (Agioi Saranda), meaning "Forty Saints", honouring the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste.
Sarvaturi m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Salvatore.
Satin f Literature
From the French word satin, referring to the fabric satin. This was used by the French author Émile Zola as a name for a prostitute in his novel "Nana" (1880). It is not used as a name in France.
Satine f French (Modern), Popular Culture
Possibly derived from satin, the French word for the fabric satin, combined with -e, a French feminine suffix. Satine was used as the name of a courtesan in the film "Moulin Rouge" (2001)... [more]
Sativa f American (Rare)
Derived from the Latin sativa, meaning "sown, cultivated". This name can be given in reference to Cannabis sativa, a plant which produces the drug cannabis.
Sebastià m Catalan
Catalan form of Sebastian.
Serra f Judeo-French
Variant of Sarra.
Shamar m African American, Jamaican Patois
Combination of the phonetic elements sha and mar, probably modelled on Lamar or Jamar.
Shushanik f Armenian
Diminutive of Shushan. This name was borne by a 5th-century Armenian saint.
Skevi f Greek
Short form of Paraskevi.
Sojourner f History
From the English word meaning "one who stays temporarily (sojourns)", which is ultimately derived from the Latin elements sub "under, until" and diurnus "of a day" (from diurnum "day"), via the vulgar Latin subdiurnare "to spend the day"... [more]
Sulamita f Spanish, Portuguese, Russian
Spanish, Portuguese and Russian form of Shulammite.
Suliszek m Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Suligost and other names beginning with the element Suli-.
Szidónia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sidonia.
Tala f Persian
Means "gold" in Persian.
Taraneh f Persian
Means "song" in Persian (see Tarana).
Tatana f Sardinian
Sardinian form of Sebastiana.
Tatanu m Sardinian
Sardinian variant of Sebastian.
Tatevik f Armenian
Diminutive of Tatev.
Tià m Catalan
Short form of Sebastià.
Timoteu m Galician
Galician form of Timotheus.
Toia f Sardinian
Diminutive of Antonia.
Triine f Estonian
Variant of Triina.
Umihana f Bosnian
Bosnian feminine name possibly derived from the Arabic name Umm Hani or Umm-i-Hani, meaning "mother of Hani". In Islamic tradition this was an epithet of Fakhitah bint Abi Talib, a sister of Ali and cousin of Muhammad.... [more]
Vaira f Latvian
Of debated origin and meaning. While the derivation from Latvian vairot "to add; to increase; to enhance" is commonly accepted, a derivation from Latvian vairīties "to avoid, to shirk" has been suggested.
Valentõna f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of Valentina used to transcribe Ukrainian Валентина.
Viive f Estonian
Variant of Viivi.
Vijessna f German
Ijekavian form of Vesna. Borne by Vijessna Ferkic (b. 1987), a German actress of Croatian descent.
Visitació f Catalan
Catalan cognate of Visitación.
Vjosa f Albanian
From Vjosa, the name of a river in southwestern Albania.
Vlera f Albanian
Variant of Vlerë.
Vlora f Albanian
From Vlora, the name of a city in Albania.
Wioletka f Polish
Diminutive of Wioleta.
Xana f Asturian
From xana, the name of fairy or nymph in Asturian mythology. It may derive from the Roman mythological name Diana.
Xantal f Catalan
Catalan variant of Chantal.
Xisela f Galician
Galician form of Gisela.
Xofre m Galician (Archaic)
Galician form of Geoffrey.
Yagoda f Bulgarian (Rare)
Derived from Bulgarian ягода "strawberry".
Yanita f Bulgarian
Diminutive of Yana.
Yetta f Yiddish, Jewish
Possibly a diminutive of Yehudit or Esther, or a variant of Etta.
Yolandi f Afrikaans
Afrikaans variant of Yolande.
Zadie f English
Variant of Sadie. A known bearer of this name is British author Zadie Smith (1975-), who was born Sadie Smith.
Zana f Albanian, Albanian Mythology
Zana is an Albanian mythological figure of pre-Roman Paleo-Balkan origin, usually associated with mountains, vegetation and sometimes destiny. The derivation of the name itself is somewhat debated; theories include a derivation from Albanian zâni "voice" or from Gheg Albanian zana "voices" (with the sense of "muse") as well as a cognate of Romanian zână "fairy", itself ultimately derived from the name of the goddess Diana.
Zelia f English (Rare), Basque (Rare), Portuguese
English variant and Basque form of Celia.... [more]
Zijad m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Ziyad.
Zina f Arabic (Maghrebi)
From Arabic زينة (zīna) meaning "adornment, ornament, decoration".
Zineta f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Ziynet.
Zulejha f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Zuleika.