Submitted Names with "daughter" in Meaning

This is a list of submitted names in which the meaning contains the keyword daughter.
gender
usage
meaning
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aatmaja f Sanskrit, Indian
Means "daughter" in Sanskrit.
Abandokht f Old Persian
Means "daughter of Aban".
Adaego f Igbo
Means "daughter of money" in Igbo.
Adaku f Igbo
Means "daughter of wealth" in Igbo.
Adamma f Igbo
Means "daughter of beauty" in Igbo.
Adaora f Igbo
Means "the people's daughter" in Igbo.
Adiaba f Efik
Means "first daughter" in Efik.
Adiahaudo f Ibibio
Means "first daughter of a second son" in Ibibio.
Adinda f Indonesian, Dutch, Literature
Means "sister" or "eldest daughter" (a formal, poetic term) in Indonesian. The name was used by Dutch writer Eduard Douwes Dekker (1820-1887), better known by his pen name Multatuli, for one of the eponymous characters in his story "Saïdjah and Adinda" in his 1860 novel Max Havelaar.
Adrija f Indian (Rare)
Means "daughter of the mountain". This is an epithet of Parvati.
Aecha f Korean
From Sino-Korean 愛 (ae) meaning "love, affection" and 차. Means "loving daughter"
Aijiong f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 炯 (jiǒng) meaning "bright, brilliant".
Aiju f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 菊 (jú) meaning "chrysanthemum".
Ailian f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 莲 (lián) meaning "lotus, water lily".
Ailing f Chinese
From the Chinese 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 泠 (líng) meaning "nice and cool", 玲 (líng) meaning "tinkling of jade" or 灵 (líng) meaning "spirit, soul".
Aimei f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 蔼 (ǎi) meaning "lush, affable, friendly" and 美 (měi) meaning "beauty, beautiful", 梅 (méi) meaning "plum" or 枚 (méi) meaning "stalk, trunk".
Aining f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "(your) daughter" or 爱 (ài) meaning "love" and 宁 (níng) meaning "peaceful, calm".
Aishi f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 诗 (shī) meaning "poem, poetry".
Aiwen f Chinese
From the Chinese 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 玟 (wén) meaning "streaks in jade" or 雯 (wén) meaning "cloud patterns".
Aixin f Chinese
From the Chinese 爱 (ài) meaning "love", 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 蔼 (ǎi) meaning "lush, affable, friendly" and 心 (xīn) meaning "heart, mind, soul", 馨 (xīn) meaning "fragrant, aromatic, distant fragrance" or 欣 (xīn) meaning "happy, joyous".
Aixue f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 雪 (xuě) meaning "snow".
Aiyuan f Chinese
From the Chinese 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 爱 (ài) meaning "love" and 原 (yuán) meaning "source, origin, beginning", 园 (yuán) meaning "garden, park, orchard" or 缘 (yuán) meaning "hem, margin; reason, cause; fate".
Akpadiaha m Ibibio
Means "first son of first daughter" in Ibibio.
Alaba f Medieval Basque
Means "daughter" in Medieval Basque. It was documented from the 12th century onwards.
Alira f Indigenous Australian, Wurundjeri, Arrernte
Means "clear quartz crystal" from the word allirea in Wurundjeri, spoken near Melbourne, Australia. ... [more]
Amekushin-otome-ōankami f Far Eastern Mythology
An alternative name for the Okinawan creator goddess Amanchuu. Her name is derived from 天 (ame) meaning "heavens, sky", 久 (kyu) meaning "a long time", 神 (shin) meaning "spirit, deity", 乙女 (otome) meaning "daughter, maiden, virgin", 王 (ō) meaning "king", 御 (here read as 'an'), an honourific particle, and 神 (kami) meaning "spirit, deity".
Ánga f Greenlandic
Means "niece (her brother's daughter)" in Greenlandic.
Anuthida f Thai
From Thai อนุ (anu) meaning "small" and ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter, girl".
Ármey f Icelandic (Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements ár "year; plenty, abundance" and mey "maid, girl" (poetic for "daughter", an alternative form of mær), perhaps inspired by the masculine name Ármann.
Asefi f Haitian Creole (Archaic)
Derived from Haitian Creole ase "enough" and fi "daughter; girl" and therefore meaning "enough girls". Now rare, this name was traditionally given after having many daughters, in hopes that the next child would be a boy.
Azarmeen f Persian
Persian, Zoroastrian, "Daughter of fire"
Azarmidokht f Persian, History
From the Middle Persian name Āzarmīgdukht, which was possibly derived from Persian آزرم‎ (âzarm) "modesty, shame; honour, respect" and دخت (dokht) "daughter". This was the name of a queen of the Sasanian Empire who reigned from 630 to 631.
Balkiz f Turkish
Derived from Turkish bal meaning "honey" and kiz meaning "girl, daughter".
Baoai f Chinese
From the Chinese 宝 (bǎo) meaning "treasure, jewel, precious" and 爱 (ài) meaning "love" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Bat f Hebrew (Rare)
Means "girl, daughter" in Hebrew.
Bathshua f Biblical, English (Puritan)
Means "daughter of salvation" or "daughter of prosperity" in Hebrew. The first element is Hebrew בַּת (bat) meaning "daughter"; the second element could be derived from the verb יָשַׁע (yasha') "to save, to deliver", which is related to the verb שוע (shawa') meaning "to cry out (for salvation)" and the nouns שוע (shua'), שוע (shoa') and שועה (shawa) all of which mean "a cry (for salvation)", or it could be derived from a noun שוע which has been interpreted as meaning "riches, wealth".... [more]
Bathsua f Ancient Hebrew
Means "daughter of abundance".... [more]
Batkol f Hebrew (Rare)
Means "echo" (see Hed).... [more]
Bat-zabbai f Ancient Aramaic
Means "daughter of Zabbai" in Aramaic. This was the native Palmyrene name of Septimia Zenobia (see Zenobia).
Binta f Hausa
From the Arabic بِنْت‎ (bint) meaning "daughter".
Bintanath f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Anat 1" in Egyptian.... [more]
Binti f Indonesian
Derived from Arabic بِنْت (bint) meaning "daughter, girl".
Bintou f Western African
From Arabic بِنْت (bint) meaning "daughter, girl".
Bitsirush f Lezgin
Means "little daughter" in Lezgin.
Bjartmey f Icelandic (Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements bjartr "light; bright, shining" and mǣr "little girl; virgin, unmarried girl" or mær "daughter" or mėy "girl".
Bonafilia f Jewish, Judeo-Spanish (Archaic), Judeo-Provençal (Archaic), Judeo-Catalan (Archaic), Medieval Jewish
Derived from Latin bona, the feminine form of the adjective bonus, "good; kind; noble" and filia "daughter".... [more]
Cawbihan f Manipuri
Means "eldest daughter" in Meitei.
Cawbihel f Manipuri
Means "excellent eldest daughter" in Meitei.
Chaonan f Chinese
From the Chinese 超 (chāo) meaning "jump over, surpass" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Chatsuda f Thai
From Thai ฉัตร (chat) meaning "tiered umbrella, parasol" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Chenai f Chinese
From the Chinese 琛 (chēn) meaning "treasure" or 晨 (chén) meaning "early morning, daybreak" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 霭 (ǎi) meaning "cloudy sky, haze; calm, peaceful".
Chonthida f Thai
From Thai ชล (chon) meaning "water" and ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter".
Chunai f Chinese
From the Chinese 春 (chūn) meaning "spring" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Danis f Cree
From Cree otânisimâw meaning "daughter".
Daráine f Irish (Rare)
Allegedly means "daughter of Áine" (from the Old Irish prefix der "daughter" and the name of the Irish goddess Áine)... [more]
Derbforgaill f Old Irish, Irish Mythology
From Gaelic Der bForgaill, which apparently meant "daughter of Forgall". It may be an earlier form of Dearbháil or Deirbhile... [more]
Didra f Hungarian
Cogane of Deirdre, meaning "daughter".
Dina f Svan, Georgian
Means "girl" or "daughter" in Svan. In Georgia, this name is also the Georgian form of Dinah and can also be a short form of Dinara.
Dinara f Georgian, Literature
In Georgia, the usage of this name started in honour of the Georgian princess and queen Dinara of Hereti (10th century), who belonged to the Bagrationi dynasty and is venerated as a saint in the Georgian Orthodox Church.... [more]
Donara f Soviet, Russian (Rare), Armenian
Contraction of Russian дочь народа (doč naroda) meaning "daughter of the people". This name was created by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.
Dóttir f Old Norse
From Old Norse dóttir meaning "daughter".
Drisana f English (Rare), Indian (Rare, Expatriate, ?)
Meaning uncertain, though popularly claimed to mean "daughter of the sun" in Sanskrit. Supposedly it occurs in Hindu mythology as a name (perhaps a title or epithet) of the Dānava demon Virochana (a son of Prahlāda and father of Bali)... [more]
Dyah f Javanese
From an aristocratic title meaning "noble, daughter, girl" in Javanese.
Eärien f Popular Culture (Modern)
Means "daughter of the sea" in Quenya, from eär "see" and ien "daughter". This name is borne by the daughter of Elendil in the Amazon series 'The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power'... [more]
Efuru f Igbo
Means "daughter of heaven" in Igbo.
Elgiza f Kyrgyz
Means "daughter of the people", derived from Turkic el meaning "people, country, nation" combined with кыз (kız) "girl, daughter".
Elsera f Popular Culture (Rare)
"Elsera Snow is the bastard daughter of Lord Gregor Forrester and the sister of Josera Snow, both of whom live in the North Grove." -Telltale game, Game of thrones.
Feodorowna f English (British, Rare, Archaic)
From the Russian patronymic Feodorovna meaning "daughter of Feodor". A notable bearer was English aristocrat Lady Feodorowna Cecilia Wellesley (1838-1920).
Fetia f Medieval Romanian
Derived from Romanian fată "girl; daughter".
Friðmey f Icelandic
Derived from the Old Norse elements friðr meaning "love, peace" and mey meaning "maid, girl" (poetic for "daughter", an alternative form of mær).
Galuh f & m Javanese, Sundanese
Means "gem, diamond" or "daughter, unmarried princess" in Javanese and Sundanese, of Sanskrit origin.
Gao-jer f Hmong
Gao-Jer meaning "The last daughter". Some Hmong family thought they'd name their last daughter that so they won't have anymore daughter.
Glorfinniel f Literature
Means "maiden having hair of gold" from Sindarin glaur "golden light" combined with find "hair, lock of hair, tress" and the feminine suffix iel, from iell "girl, daughter, maid"... [more]
Gurandukht f Georgian (Rare)
This name is of Persian origin and means "daughter of Guram" or more literally, "daughter of victory".... [more]
Guðmey f Icelandic (Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements guð meaning "god" and mey meaning "maid, girl" (poetic for "daughter", an alternative form of mær).
Haoai f Chinese
From the Chinese 皓 (hào) meaning "bright, luminous, clear" or 颢 (hào) meaning "luminous, white" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" and 霭 (ǎi) meaning "cloudy sky, haze, calm".
Himiko f Japanese Mythology
Meaning "sun daughter" or "sun child" or possibly "princess" in archaic Japanese. This is from Old Japanese hime (姫) meaning 'young noblewoman, princess', or from hi (日) 'sun' and me (女) 'woman' or miko (覡 or 巫女) 'shamaness, shrine maiden, priestess'... [more]
Hinemoa f Maori
From the Maori hine meaning "girl, daughter" and moa, the Maori name of an extinct species of bird.
Hounan f Chinese
From the Chinese 后 (hòu) meaning "queen, empress" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Huiai f Chinese
From the Chinese 惠 (huì) meaning "benefit, favour, kindness" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Ibehaybi f Manipuri
Means "my talkative daughter" in Meitei.
Ibelei f Manipuri
Means "my flowerlike daughter" in Meitei.
Ibemnungshi f Manipuri
Means "my love-giving or joy-giving daughter" in Meitei.
Ichpochton f Nahuatl
Derived from Nahuatl ichpochtli "maiden, young woman; daughter" and the diminutive suffix -ton.
Illi f Berber (Rare)
Literally "My daughter"
Iney f Manx
Of debated origin and meaning. While some scholars consider this name a Manx form of Eithne, others derive it from Manx inney "daughter (of)". This name used to be Anglicized as the etymologically unrelated Annie.
Iníon f History
Simply from the Irish word iníon meaning "daughter" (the modern form of Old Irish ingen; see also Innogen). Iníon Dubh (literally "dark daughter") was the nickname of Fionnghuala MacDonald, the Scottish-born mother of Red Hugh and Rory O'Donnell, the last two kings of Tyrconnell.
Innogen f Literature
Probably derived from Old Irish ingen meaning "daughter" or "girl" (see Imogen).... [more]
Ísmey f Icelandic (Modern)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements íss "ice" (compare Icelandic ís) and mǣr "little girl; virgin, unmarried girl" or mær "daughter" or mėy "girl".
Isse f Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, Isse is the daughter of the Lesbian king Macareus (born of an incestuous relationship with his sister Canace), hence she is also called 'Isse Macareïs', i.e. "Isse the daughter of Macareus"... [more]
Izüdə̑r f Mari
Derived from izi meaning "small" and üdə̑r meaning "girl, daughter". This name was traditionally given to girls born on Thursdays.
Jaanaki f Hindi
Meaning "Daughter of Janak". Janak, which was a King married to Queen Videha.
Jánka f Medieval Hungarian
Medieval Hungarian name recorded in the Hungarian territory of Levedia in the 8th and 9th centuries. The name is allegedly an older form of lányka, itself a diminutive of lány "girl, maiden; daughter".
Jinan f Chinese
From the Chinese 吉 (jí) meaning "auspicious, lucky" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Jingai f Chinese
From the Chinese 晶 (jīng) meaning "crystal, bright, clear" or 靖 (jìng) meaning "pacify, calm, peaceful" and 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Joan f Japanese
From Japanese 嬢 (jo) meaning "daughter" combined with 杏 (an) meaning "apricot". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Jóleán f Medieval Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian "good" and leány "girl; daughter". This name has been considered to be the inspiration for András Dugonics' coinage of Jolánka.
Joui'gri f French Creole, Mauritian Creole, Seselwa
Means "daughter of the stars" in Seselwa, a French-Creole language spoken in Seychelles.
Jugemu m Folklore, Japanese Mythology
Means "limitless life", from Japanese 寿 (ju) meaning "age; years", 限 (ge) meaning "limit" and 無 (mu) meaning "none". This is only the initial part of a ridiculously long name in a humorous rakugo story of a couple who could not decide on a name for their infant son, which resulted in the father being suggested several names by a Buddhist priest... [more]
Juno f Japanese
From Japanese 自由 (ju) meaning "freedom, liberty", 珠 (ju) meaning "pearl", 寿 (ju) meaning "longevity, long life", 樹 (ju) meaning "tree; plant" or 嬢 (ju) meaning "daughter" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle, 野 (no) meaning "area, field", 音 (no) meaning "sound" or 紀 (no) meaning "century"... [more]
Kaari f Eastern African (Rare), Ameru
The name kaari is a name popular used among the Ameru (Meru) community of Kenya. The name is given to a child named after a younger sister of one of the parents. It is especially given by the grandparents... [more]
Kadın f Turkish
Means "married daughter" or "(adult) woman" in Turkish.
Kanykei f Kyrgyz
Means "khan's daughter, princess" (an archaic word) in Kyrgyz. In the Kyrgyz poem the Epic of Manas, Kanykei is one of the two wives of the hero Manas.
Kawinthida f Thai
From Thai กวิน (kawin) meaning "good, beautiful" and ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter".
Khoibi f Manipuri
Means "curly haired daughter" in Meitei.
Khosrovidukht f Ancient Armenian
Old Armenian name meaning "daughter of Khosrov", derived from Khosrov and դուխտ (dukht) meaning "daughter".
Kolthida f Khmer
Means "daughter of a respectable family" in Khmer.
Kristmar f Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of krist "Christ" and the Old Norse name element mėy "girl" or mær "daughter or mǣr# "little girl, virgin, unmarried girl".
Kugüdə̑r f Mari
Derived from kugu meaning "big" and üdə̑r meaning "girl, daughter". This name was traditionally given to girls born on Fridays.
Kugüdyr f Mari
Means "big daughter" in Mari.
Kunthida f Thai
From Thai กุล (gun) meaning "lineage, tribe, family" or "descending from a good family" and ธิดา (tí-daa) meaning "daughter".
Leirentonbi f Manipuri
Means "royal daughter" in Meitei.
Leiriktombi f Manipuri
Derived from the Meitei leirik meaning "flower pollen" and tombi meaning "youngest daughter".
Liangai f Chinese
From the Chinese 亮 (liàng) meaning "bright, brilliant, radiant, enlightened" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Libat f Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Li 2 and Bat means "my girl, my daughter" in Hebrew.
Lig f Hmong
Means "youngest daughter" in Hmong.
Lúthien f Literature
Means "daughter of flowers" in a Beleriandic dialect of Sindarin. his was the real name of Tinúviel in J. R. R. Tolkien's novels.
Machathoibi f Manipuri
Means "victorious daughter" in Meitei.
Madonna f Japanese
From Japanese 聖 (mado) meaning "holy, sacred" or 美 (ma) meaning "beautiful", 女 (do) meaning "female, woman, wife" combined with 母 (na) meaning "mother" or 娘 (na) meaning "daughter". Other kanji combinations are possible... [more]
Mahdokht f Persian
Meaning "daughter of the moon" in Persian.
Mahine f Tahitian
Means "daughter" in Tahitian.
Mairak f Hausa
Means "daughter of a chief" in East Hausa.
Maiv f Hmong
Means "girl, daughter" in Hmong.
Mansa m & f Manding, Akan
Title for "king" or "ruler", now also used as a name. Can also mean "third daughter" in Twi, which is in the Akan language family.
Mehrandokht f Persian
Possibly derived from the Persian masculine name Mehran combined with Persian دخت (dokht) "daughter". Also compare Mehrdokht.
Mehrdokht f Persian
Derived from Persian مهر (mehr) meaning "kindness, sympathy, love, affection" or "Mithra, the Sun", referring to the Zoroastrian deity Mithra (compare Mehr), combined with دخت (dokht) "daughter".
Memthoybi f Manipuri
Means "winning daughter" in Meitei.
Mirandukht f Georgian (Rare)
This name is of Persian origin and means "daughter of Miran" or perhaps "daughter of the emir". Also compare the similar-looking name Amiran.... [more]
Møyfrid f Norwegian
Combination of the Old Norse name elements mær "maiden, girl, daughter" and fríðr "beautiful".
Musume f Japanese
Musume means "Daughter"
Nanbing f Chinese
From the Chinese 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter" and 冰 (bīng) meaning "ice".
Nandana f & m Indian, Kannada, Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit नन्दन (nandana) meaning "daughter", "son", or "rejoicing, gladdening". It is used as a feminine name in India, while it is masculine in Sri Lanka.
Nandini f Indian, Kannada, Marathi, Hindi, Odia, Bengali, Telugu
From Sanskrit नन्दिनी (nandinī) meaning "daughter", ultimately from नन्द् (nand) meaning "rejoice, delight".
Nanjue f Chinese
From the Chinese 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter" and 珏 (jué) meaning "two pieces of jade joined together".
Nanli f Chinese
From the Chinese 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter" and 鹂 (lí) meaning "chinese oriole".
Nanling f Chinese
From the Chinese 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter" and 灵 (líng) meaning "spirit, soul".
Nannan f & m Chinese
From Chinese 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter, child", 楠 (nán) meaning "Chinese cedar, Chinese giant redwood" or 南 (nán) meaning "south" combined with themselves... [more]
Natthida f Thai
From Thai ณัฐ (nat) meaning "wise, intelligent, knowledgeable" and ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter".
Nganbi f Manipuri
Means "shining daughter" in Meitei.
Ngātamaʻine f Cook Islands Maori
Derived from the archaic plural article ngā and tamaʻine meaning "girl, daughter, young woman."
Niken f Javanese
Means "woman, girl, daughter" in Javanese.
Níniel f Literature
Means "maiden of tears", composed of Sindarin nîn "tear" and the suffix -iel "daughter, maiden". In the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, this was a byname (or epessë) of Niënor given by her brother Túrin in Brethil.
Ntxawm f Hmong
Means "youngest daughter" in Hmong.
Nua f Ogoni
Means "second daughter" in Khana,... [more]
Okhin f Mongolian
Means "daughter, girl" in Mongolian.
Okhindüü f Mongolian
Means "younger daughter" in Mongolian.
Onsuda f Thai
From Thai อร (on) meaning "beautiful, lovely" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Ošüdə̑r f Mari
Means "white daughter" in Mari.
Pálmey f Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic name of uncertain derivation, possibly a feminine form of Pálmi using the Old Norse suffix ey meaning "island" or ey meaning "good fortune"... [more]
Panigsiaĸ f Greenlandic
Means "step daughter, foster daughter" in Greenlandic.
Panik f Greenlandic (?)
Means "daughter" in Greenlandic.
Paninnguaq f Greenlandic
Means "sweet little daughter", from Greenlandic panik "daughter" combined with the endearing diminutive suffix nnguaq. This is the second most popular name for girls born in Greenland (after Pipaluk).
Panisuaĸ f Greenlandic
Means "only daughter" in Greenlandic.
Parthavi f Hinduism
Means "Daughter of the Earth"
Pëllumbesha f Albanian
Derived from Albanian pëllumbeshë "dove, pigeon; (endearing) child, daughter".
Phajathoibi f Manipuri
Means "beautiful and loved daughter" in Meitei.
Phazabi f Manipuri
Means "beautiful daughter" in Meitei.
Phonsuda f Thai
From Thai พร (phon) meaning "blessing" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Putroë f Indonesian, Acehnese
Means "daughter" in Acehnese.
Qiannan f Chinese
From the Chinese 倩 (qiàn) meaning "beautiful, lovely" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Qingnan f Chinese
From the Chinese 庆 (qìng) meaning "celebrate, congratulate" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Qızxanım f Azerbaijani
From 'qız' meaning "girl, daughter" and 'xanım' meaning "madam, wife."
Rana Niejta f Sami Mythology
Derived from rana meaning "green, green fields" and niejta meaning "girl, daughter". This is the Sami goddess of spring and fertility.
Retno f Javanese
Derived from Javanese retna meaning "diamond" or "daughter", ultimately from Sanskrit रत्न (ratna).
Ruanai f Chinese
From the Chinese 阮 (ruǎn), an ancient musical instrument, and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Ruiai f Chinese
From the Chinese 睿 (ruì) meaning "shrewd, astute, clever" and 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Ruinan f Chinese
From the Chinese 蕊 (ruǐ) meaning "unopened flowers, flower bud" or 睿 (ruì) meaning "shrewd, astute, clever" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Šābuhrduxtag f Old Persian
Means "daughter of Shapur" in Middle Persian.
Šala f Near Eastern Mythology
The name of the consort of Adad, often considered to be a minor goddess of non-Mesopotamian origin, potentially related to crop fertility. The etymology of her name is unknown, but may be from the Hurrian šāla meaning "daughter".
Salaneide f Sami Mythology
Derived from sala meaning "sun" and neida meaning "daughter, girl". This is the name of the Sami solar goddess.
Sam-sun f Korean
From Sino-Korean 三 "three" and 顺 "obey, submit to, go along with". It is also translated as "third daughter".
Saropoula f Judeo-Greek
In Greek, “daughter of Sara.”
Satiah f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Daughter of the Moon".
Satsobek f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Daughter of Sobek".
Shahdokht f Persian
Means "princess, daughter of the king" in Persian.
Shchashcha f Abazin
Derived from the Adyghe пшъащъэ (psh"ashch"e) meaning "daughter, girl".
Shengai f Chinese
From the Chinese 圣 (shèng) meaning "holy, sacred, saint" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Shengnan f Chinese
From the Chinese 胜 (shèng) meaning "victory, excel" or 盛 (shèng) meaning "abundant, flourishing" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Shylah f Indian (Rare)
Origin:Indian... [more]
Sira f Ogoni
Means "first daughter" in Khana.
Sisuda f Thai
From Thai ศรี (si) meaning "honour, glory, splendour" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Sitamun f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Amun". ... [more]
Sitdjehuti f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Thoth" in Egyptian.
Sithathor f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Hathor" in Egyptian.
Sithathoriunet f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning “daughter of Hathor of Dendera". Dendera is a small, historic town in Egypt known to the Ancient Egyptians as Iunet.
Sitre f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Daughter of Re".
Somsuda f Thai
From Thai สม (som) meaning "worthy, suitable" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Suangsuda f Thai
From Thai สรวง (suang) meaning "sky, heaven, paradise" and สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter".
Suda f Thai
Means "daughter" or "woman, lady" in Thai.
Sudarat f Thai
From Thai สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter" and รัตน์ (rat) meaning "gem, jewel".
Sudawan f Thai
From Thai สุดา (suda) meaning "woman, lady, daughter" and วรรณ (wan) meaning "colour, tint".
Sukanya f Hinduism, Indian, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Thai
Derived from the Sanskrit prefix सु (su) meaning "good" combined with कन्या (kanya) meaning "girl, daughter". This is the name of a figure in Hindu mythology, a wife of the sage Chyavana.
Suthida f Thai
From Thai สุ (su) meaning "good" and ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter, girl".
Syzhe f Dungan
Means "fourth daughter" in Dungan.
Tanaya f Indian, Hindi
Derived from Sanskrit tanaya (तनया ) "daughter" or "belonging to one's family; this child of mine".
Tannis f English (Rare)
Variant of Tanis. This was used by Canadian author L. M. Montgomery in her short story 'Tannis of the Flats' (1920), where it belongs to a Métis girl of Cree descent... [more]
Tappinu f Near Eastern Mythology
Means "her daughter" in Hattian. The Hattian name for the minor Hittite goddess Mezulla.
Teichpoch f Nahuatl
Means "maiden; someone’s daughter" in Nahuatl.
Tenampi m & f Nahuatl
Possibly means "son/daughter of god".
Theopoula f Greek
Means "daughter of god" from Greek θεος (theos) "god" combined with the patronymic suffix -πουλος (-poulos).
Thida f Thai, Khmer
Means "daughter, girl" in Thai and Khmer.
Thidarat f Thai
From Thai ธิดา (thida) meaning "daughter, girl" and รัตน (rat) meaning "gem, jewel".
Thyatira f American (Modern, Rare)
From the name of a city in Asia Minor mentioned in Revelation in the New Testament. According Stephanus of Byzantium, the name of the city meant "daughter" from Greek θυγατήρ (thugatēr), though it may actually be from an older Lydian name... [more]
Tia-Sitra f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Daughter of Ra".... [more]
Timafi f Haitian Creole (Rare)
Derived from Haitian Creole ti "little; little one" in combination with m, a contracted form of mwen "my; of mine", influenced by the French feminine possessive adjective ma "my" and fi "girl; daughter"... [more]
Tófa-Hildr f Old Norse (Hypothetical)
Old Norse name meaning "Hildr daughter of Tófi", a hypothetical early form of a name recorded in Domesday Book as Touilt and Touillda (compare Tovild)... [more]
Tovild f Medieval English
From the hypothetical Old Norse name *Tófa‐Hildr meaning "Hildr the daughter of Tófi" (see Hildr, Tófi).
Tseenaagai'bi'zhaa f Apache
Means "daughter of whitetail" in Apache.
Tsira f Mingrelian, Georgian
Derived from Mingrelian ცირა (cira) meaning "girl" or "daughter".
Turandokht f Iranian (Rare), Literature
Means "daughter of Turan", composed of Persian توران (Tūrān), a region of Central Asia that was part of the Persian Empire, allegedly meaning "land of Tur" (said to have been named for the legendary Persian prince Tur, a son of King Fereydoun who reigned around 750 BC), and دخت (dokht) "daughter".... [more]
Turandot f Theatre
Derived from the Persian name Turandokht, meaning "daughter of Turan" (Turan being a region in Central Asia). This is the name of the title character in an opera by Giacomo Puccini... [more]
Twosret f Ancient Egyptian
She was the last known ruler and the final Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty (c.1191 BCE – c.1189 BCE). Her royan name was Sitre Meryamun which means "Daughter of Re, beloved of Amun". She was the daughter of the pharaoh Merneptah and his wife Takhat, sister to Amenmose and sister and wife to the Pharaoh Seti II.
Tytär f Finnish
Means "daughter" in Finnish.
Udyray f Mari
Means "little daughter" in Mari.
Wolete Nagache f Ge'ez
Means "daughter of the King" in Ge'ez.
Wuai f Chinese
From the Chinese 妩 (wǔ) meaning "charming, enchanting" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Xiai f Chinese
From the Chinese 熙 (xī) meaning "bright, splendid, glorious" or 曦 (xī) meaning "sunshine, sunlight, early dawn" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade".
Xiangai f Chinese
From the Chinese 香 (xiāng) meaning "fragrant, sweet smelling, incense" and 爱 (ài) meaning "love" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Xiaoai f Chinese
From the Chinese 晓 (xiǎo) meaning "dawn, daybreak" and 爱 (ài) meaning "love" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Xiaonan f Chinese
From the Chinese 孝 (xiào) meaning "filial piety, obedience", 小 (xiǎo) meaning "small", 潇 (xiāo) meaning "sound of beating wind and rain" or 笑 (xiào) meaning "smile, laugh" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter" or 南 (nán) meaning "south".
Xingnan f Chinese
From the Chinese 星 (xīng) meaning "star, planet" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Xoco f Nahuatl
Means "youngest daughter, youngest sister" in Nahuatl. May alternately derive from xocotl "fruit" or xococ "sour".
Xuai f Chinese
From the Chinese 煦 (xù) meaning "kind, gentle, gracious" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Yaonan f Chinese
From the Chinese 姚 (yáo) meaning "handsome, elegant" and 囡 (nān) meaning "daughter".
Yaxshiqiz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek yaxshi meaning "good, fine" and qiz meaning "girl, daughter".
Yinai f Chinese
From the Chinese 殷 (yīn) meaning "many, great, abundant, flourishing" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Yuai f Chinese
From the Chinese 玉 (yù) meaning "jade" or 钰 (yù) meaning "rare treasure" and 瑷 (ài) meaning "fine quality jade" or 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter".
Zamonqiz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek zamon meaning "time, age, epoch" and qiz meaning "girl, daughter".
Zarmandukht f Ancient Armenian
Means "the old man's daughter" from Persian zarman "old man" and duxt "daughter". This was the name of a 4th-century Armenian noblewoman who became a queen consort of Arsacid Armenia.
Zathapy f Ancient Egyptian
Means "daughter of Apis" (a sacred bull considered to be a son of Hathor, primarily worshipped in the Memphis region), deriving from the Ancient Egyptian element sAt. This was the second name of Senebtisi.
Zatipy f Ancient Egyptian
Meaning "Daughter of Ipy". Name borne by a wife of Khnumhotep I, governer of Oryx circa 2000 BCE.
Zhanwise f Circassian
Derived from zhan meaning "princess (unmarried royal daughter)" and wise meaning "poem".
Zhenai f Chinese
From the Chinese 真 (zhēn) meaning "clearly, really" or "real, true, genuine" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 爱 (ài) meaning "love" or 贞 (zhēn) meaning "faithful, loyal, virtuous, chaste" and 霭 (ǎi) meaning "cloudy sky, haze, calm".
Ziai f Chinese
From the Chinese 子 (zi) meaning "child" and 嫒 (ài) meaning "daughter" or 霭 (ǎi) meaning "cloudy sky, haze, calm".
Zimraphel f Literature
Means "jewel daughter" in Adûnaic, from Adûnaic zimra, "jewel" and phel, which probably means "daughter". Zimraphel is a translation of the Quenya name Míriel... [more]