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Aerial f & m English (American, Modern)
Variant of Ariel. The spelling is apparently influenced by the English adjective aerial meaning "pertaining to the air; ethereal" (ultimately from Greek ἀήρ (aer) "air").
Allure f English (Modern, Rare)
From the name of a 1996 Chanel perfume, derived from the English word allure (which also has French roots) meaning "fascination, charm, appeal".
Alonda f American (Rare)
An invented name which has been consistently used in America since the sixties. Possibly influenced by Alondra, Yolanda, and Alejandra.
Alyxa f Obscure
Variant of Alexa.
Anfernee m African American
Variant of Anthony. This name was popularized by American basketball player Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway (b. 1971).
Aniston f & m English (Modern)
Transferred use of the surname Aniston.... [more]
Antone m Corsican, English (American, Archaic), Ladin
Corsican and Ladin form and English variant of Anthony.
Arietta f Popular Culture (Rare)
Either a diminutive of Aria 1, or from the major antagonist and God-General in Tales of the Abyss. Given after the musical term for a small song, from the Italian word "arietta."
Arionna f American
Variant of Arianna.
Arizona f American (Rare), Popular Culture
Etymology of Arizona is still debated, they may include:... [more]
Arrow m & f English (Modern)
From the English word arrow, ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European *h₂érkʷo- "bow, arrow".
Ashly f English
Variant of Ashley.
Audri f English
Variant of Audrey.
Audria f English
Variant of Audrea.
Audriana f English (American, Modern)
An invented name, a combination of Audrey and Adriana.
Audrianne f English
An elaboration of Audrey, or a combination of Audrey and Anne 1.
Aundra f & m English (Modern), African American
Possibly a combination of the sounds found in names such as Andrea, Saundra and Audra... [more]
Blade m English, Popular Culture
Transferred use of the surname Blade or from the Old English blæd ‘leaf of a plant,' of Germanic origin; related to Dutch blad and German Blatt.... [more]
Canyon m & f English
From the English word canyon, ultimately from Greek kanna "small reed", after the plants that grow in the bottom of canyons.
Carpenter m English
Transferred use of the surname Carpenter or in reference to the word carpenter, from Middle English from Anglo-Norman French, from Old French carpentier, charpentier, from late Latin carpentarius (artifex) ‘carriage (maker)’, from carpentum ‘wagon’, of Gaulish origin.
Coyote m & f American (Rare)
From the name of the small dog-like animal. Has been used rarely as a given name since the 1800s, though its use is steadily increasing since the 2000s.
Crescent m History (Ecclesiastical), Biblical Romanian, Biblical French, French (Rare), English (Rare)
French and Romanian form and English variant of Crescens. In the English-speaking world, it is now considered a nature name referring to the phase of the moon, derived from Old French creissant, ultimately from Latin crescere "come forth, spring up, grow, thrive".... [more]
Day f & m English
From the Old English dæġ, from the Proto-Germanic dagaz, from the Proto-Indo-European dʰegʷʰ- meaning 'to burn'.
Deanie f English (American, Rare), Popular Culture
Feminization of Dean, used rarely but steadily.
December f & m English
Derived from the Latin word decem, meaning "ten". December is the twelfth month on the Gregorian calendar. This name is used regularly in America, mostly on females.
Dimple f English (Rare), Indian
From the English word dimple, likely of Germanic origin; related to German Tümpel "pond".
Dublin f & m English (Modern)
From the English name of the capital city of Ireland, which derives from Gaelic Duiḃlinn. This is not used on Irish children.
Early m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Early.
Earth f & m English (Rare), English (Puritan)
From the English word earth, referring to the planet, the soil, or the alchemical element. Ultimately from Old English eorthe.
Eclipse f & m English (Rare)
From the English word eclipse (derived from Latin eclipsis, ultimately from the Greek verb ἐκλείπω (ekleipô) meaning "to fail", i.e. fail to appear); a solar eclipse is when the sun and moon are aligned exactly so that the moon casts a great shadow over the Earth; a lunar eclipse is when the moon is right in front of the sun, showing only a bright slither of light... [more]
Eternity f English (Modern, Rare)
From the English word eternity meaning "existence without end; infinite time", ultimately from Latin aeternitas. Use of the name has been influenced by the brand of perfume called Eternity, which was introduced by Calvin Klein in 1988.
Felony m & f English
The word means a very serious crime. It is unknown how or whether the name relates to the word.
Feral f & m English (Rare, Archaic)
Etymology: Medieval Latin feralis, from Latin fera "wild animal", from feminine of ferus "wild" ... [more]
Field m English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Field.
Finch m & f English (Rare), Literature
Transferred use of the surname Finch.
Flara f English (Rare)
An invented name similar to Clara and Flora, possibly influenced by the English word "Flare."
Ganya m Russian
Russian diminutive of Gavriil.
Helaine f English (American)
Combination of Helen with a feminine name that ends in -aine, such as Elaine and Lorraine.... [more]
Hyde m English (Rare)
From the English surname Hyde. Fictional bearers of the surname include the criminal Edward Hyde from Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 novella Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Steven Hyde, known simply as Hyde, a character played by Danny Masterson on the American television sitcom That '70s Show (1998-2006).
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".
Ilyusha m Russian
Russian diminutive of Ilya.
Infinity f & m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from the English word, ultimately from Latin infinitas "endlessness; boundlessness".
Katrell m & f African American (Modern, Rare)
Likely an invented name, possibly a blend of the name prefix ka with Latrell or Montrell.
Kendrix f & m American
A variant of Kendrick, influenced by the sound of names like Hendrix.
Levity f English (Rare)
Derived from Latin levitas "lightness", referring to both weight, temperament and mood.
Lovely f African American, English
From the English word "lovely" meaning "beautiful; charming; very pleasing in form, looks, tone, or manner; very nice, wonderful". From the Middle English lovely, lufli, from Old English luflīc 'amiable, loving, lovable', equivalent to love +‎ -ly.... [more]
Mahogany f English
From the English word mahogany, a tropical tree of the genus Swietenia, valued for their hard, reddish-brown wood; or after the color of the wood. Ultimately from Spanish mahogani, perhaps of Mayan origin.
Monalisa f English (Rare), Indian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Various
From Mona Lisa meaning "Madam Lisa", derived from the archaic Italian term of address monna (a contraction of Old Italian ma donna "my lady") and the name Lisa... [more]
Muse m & f English
Transferred use of the surname.
Northern m English
Simply means "northern" from the English word. This name was used briefly in the middle of the twentieth century. Five males were given it in 1955, the last year in which it qualified to be counted by SSA data... [more]
Ontario m African American (Rare)
From the name of the Canadian province, or from the name of Lake Ontario (see the place name Ontario), which is probably derived from the Huron word ontarí:io meaning "great lake".... [more]
Paradise f English (Rare)
From the English word meaning "heaven, the garden of Eden", ultimately from Avestan pairidaēza "enclosure, park" (compare the cognate Firdaus).
Paralee f American (South, Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
Passion f English (Rare)
First recorded as a given name in the 16th century, the name Passion was originally used by Christian parents in reference to the "Passion of Christ", a term denoting the suffering of Jesus. The word itself is derived from Latin passio "suffering", ultimately from Latin patior "to suffer; to endure" and was originally used to describe any suffering or pain concerning the body... [more]
Providence f English (Puritan), English (African), Romani (Archaic)
Derived from the English word denoting "a manifestation of divine care or direction; an instance of divine intervention".
Quimby m & f American (Rare)
Transferred use oft he surname Quimby.
Roshi f Indian
Means light or candle, similar to Roshni. ... [more]
Sabbath f & m English (Puritan, Rare), Literature
From the word "sabbath," referring to the day of rest (Saturday).
Sahara f English (Rare)
From the name of the world's largest hot desert, which is derived from Arabic صَحَارَى‎ (ṣaḥārā) meaning "deserts".
Solace f & m English (American, Rare), English (African, Rare)
From the English word, solace.
Turquoise f English (Rare, Archaic)
From the opaque blue-green mineral whose name is derived from French pierre turquois "Turkish stone".... [more]
Twinkle f English (Rare)
From the English word "twinkle", ultimately from Old English twincan, "to blink".
Vanity f American (Modern, Rare)
The English word "vanity" used as a name. Stage name of Denise Katrina Matthews, a Canadian-born former singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and model.
Wilde m English
Transferred use of the surname Wilde.
Wonder f & m English (American)
From the English word, "Wonder."
Worthy m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Worthy.
Yahir m Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic, Modern)
Meaning unknown, perhaps a variant of Yair. A known bearer of this name is Mexican singer and actor Yahir Othón Parra (1979-), commonly known as Yahir, whose career began on the music reality show La Academia in 2002, the first year Yahir appeared in the top 1000 names in the United States.