Romani Submitted Names

Romani names are used by the Romani, a nomadic people who live mainly in Europe and the Americas.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Acorn f & m Romani
In Romani lore, the acorn was an ancient fertility and phallic symbol.
Adonay m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Manuel.
Airant m Romani (Archaic)
Romani form of Arnold via Arndt.
Aishe f Georgian (Rare), Romani
Georgian and Romani (i.e. Gypsy) form of Aisha.
Alafare f English (Rare), Romani
Of extremely uncertain origin and meaning. ... [more]
Alamina f Romani
Most likely a corruption of Wilhelmina.
Alifair f English (Rare), Romani
Variant of Alafare. It was borne by a victim of the American Hatfield–McCoy feud: Alifair McCoy (1858-1888), daughter of feud patriarch Randolph "Ole Ran'l" McCoy.
Amberline f & m Romani, English (Modern)
Elaborated form of Amber.
Ameline m Romani
Variant of Amberline.
Ammy m Romani (Rare)
Diminutive of Ambrose.
Analetta f Romani, Various
Diminutive of Ana.
Andelia f Romani (Latinized), Various
Maybe a Latinized form of Endellion via Endelyn or a combination of Andrea 2 and Delia 1.
Angelis f Romani
Variant of Angelus.
Anis f Romani
Possibly a variant of Annis or Anise.
Araunya f Romani
Derived from Romani aranya "lady".
Ardiñipén f Romani (Caló)
Means "nativity, birth" in Caló. This name is used as a Caló form of Natividad (see Molchibé).
Artelus m Romani (Latinized)
Possibly a Latinized form of Arthur or a masculine form of Arthelais.
Asena f Romani
Either an adoption of Turkish Asena or a corruption of Asenath.
Ashena f Romani
Romani form of Asenath.
Ashila f Romani
Romani form of Sheila.
Aslog f Romani
Romani form of Aslaug.
Babik m Romani
Of unknown meaning.... [more]
Bambino m Italian (Rare), Romani
From bambino meaning "child, baby, toddler." It is more often used for females as its equivalent Bambina.... [more]
Barsali m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of John.
Begonia f English (Rare), Spanish (Rare), Romani
From the name of a flowering plant, which was named for the French botanist Michel Bégon. In some cases it may be a variant of the Spanish Begoña.
Bidi f Romani
Variant of Biti.
Biréli m Romani
Of unknown meaning.... [more]
Biti f Romani
Romani form of Beatie and Bithiah.
Boamos m Romani
Romani corruption of Bohemas.
Bobum f Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Elizabeth or derived from the Romani word boba "bean".
Bohemas m Romani
Variant of Bohemia.
Bohemia f & m Romani, English (Modern)
From place name Bohemia.
Boina f Romani
Variant of Bona.
Bosko m Romani
Romani form of Boško.
Bostán m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Linus.
Boufi m Romani
Romani corruption of Buzi.
Britann f Romani
Romani form of Britannia.
Brono m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Pontius.
Buzi m Hebrew, Romani, Biblical
From Hebrew בוז (buz), "contempt". This name occurs only once in the Bible. The prophet Ezekiel mentions him as his father.
Camlo m Romani
Derived from the Romani word kamlo "dear; beloved; gentle; beautiful".
Chachipira f Romani (Caló)
Means "pure" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Pura.
Chanorgú f Romani (Caló)
Means "oblivion" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Olvido.
Charani f Romani
Means "phoenix" in Romani.
Chimuclaní f Romani (Caló)
Means "glory" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Gloria.
Chocoronú f Romani (Caló)
Means "remedy" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Remedios.
Chucarris f Romani (Caló)
Means "anguishes" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Angustias.
Ciba f Romani (Caló)
Means "marvel, wonder" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Maravilla.
Cinka f Romani
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
Cojiñí f Romani (Caló)
Means "rose" in Caló.
Consuleti f Romani
Romani form of Consolata.
Corauni f Romani
From Romani corauni "crown".
Craimia m Romani
Derived from place name Crimea.
Credi m Romani
Romani form of Credence.
Curca f Medieval Romanian, Romani (Archaic)
Derived from Romanian curcă "turkey-hen". This name seems to have been predominantly used by members of the Romani people.
Curcó m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Dominic.
Daiena f Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Diana.
Dangerfield m Romani
Transferred use of the surname Dangerfield.
Danior m Romani (?)
Allegedly a Romani name said to mean "born with teeth".... [more]
Darklis f Romani (Archaic)
Either a Romani corruption of Dorcas or derived from the English word darkless "free from darkness".
Daweli m Romani
The name of the swing guittarist Daweli Reinhardt.
Defiance f Romani
From the English word defiance, meaning "resistance".
Delaia f Romani
Romani form of Delia 1.
Delenda f Romani
Romani form of Delinda.
Deleta f Romani
Possibly a truncated form of Adeleta.
Deloreni f Romani
Possibly a Romani corruption of Dolores or Dorenia.
Dika f Swedish, Romani
Possibly a Romani (Gypsy) form of Hungarian name Duci.... [more]
Dilaia f Romani
Possibly a corruption of Delilah.
Dim m Romani
Diminutive of Dimitri and other forms of this name.
Dimiti m Romani
Romani form of Dimitri.
Dinki m Romani
Variant of Dinko.
Dives m Romani
Transferred use of the surname Dives or directly taken from the English word Dives, meaning "rich man".
Django m Romani, Popular Culture
Means "to awake" in Romani, the traditional language of the ethnic group commonly referred to as gypsies. It can also be interpreted as a Romani form of Jean.... [more]
Donani m Romani
Of unknown origin and meaning.... [more]
Dorelia f Romanian, Romani
Elaboration of Dorela.
Dorenia f Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin, most likely an elaboration of Dora or a corruption of a similar name, like Dorina, Doreen or Dorinda... [more]
Dotschy f Romani
The name of the Jazz singer and Sinti activist Dotschy Reinhardt.
Doval m Romani
Derived from the surname Duval.
Dunduñí f Romani (Caló)
Means "clear" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Clara.
Duraia m Romani
Romani form of Delaiah.
Durriken m Romani, English
Means "he who forecasts" in Romani.
Durril m & f Romani
Directly taken from the Romani word durril "(goose)berry".
Edingel f Romani
Possibly a combination of Edin 2 and Angel.
Ehra f Romani
Not available.... [more]
Eladon m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Eldon.
Elderia f English (Archaic), Romani
Feminine form of Elder (see user-submitted name).
Eldorai f Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Hildegard.
Elvaira f Romani
Romani corruption of Elvira.
Emanaia f Romani
Romani corruption of Herminia.
Erosabel f Romani
Feminine form of Eros, influenced by Rosabel or Isabel.
Ezi f Romani, Indonesian, Various
Diminutive of Esther.
Fawnie f Romani
Derived from the Romani word fawnie "ring; finger ring".
Fazenti f Romani
Romani corruption of Phyzante.
Fell m Literature, Romani
This name was used in the novel "The Sight" for the black wolf.
Femi f Romani
Almost certainly a corruption or short form of Euphemia. This name has been in use from at least the early 1800s onward.
Ferka m Romani
Romanian form of Hungarian FERKÓ, a pet form of Ferenc, meaning "free."
Fernet f Romani
Romani form of Fernette.
Fiance f Romani
Short form of Defiance.
Fianci f Romani
Variant of Fiance.
Fifika f Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Fifi.
Fill f Romani
Diminutive of Filomena.
Florica f Romanian, Romani, Hungarian
Derived from Romanian floricică, itself a diminutive of floare "flower".
Floure f Romani
A bona fide cognate of Flora, this name is derived from the Romani adjective floure "flowery".
Fluenzi f Romani
Romani corruption of Florentia.
Fowk m Romani (Anglicized)
Derived from the surname Volk.
Froniga f Romani
Romani form of Veronica.
Furunedes f Romani (Caló)
Means "mercies" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Mercedes.
Ganation m Romani (Archaic)
Possibly derived from the English word generation "age group".
Genti f Romani
Romani form of Gentile.
Gildí f Romani (Caló)
Means "lily" in Caló.
Gillie f Romani
Derived from the Romani word djilia "song", which ultimately goes back to Sanskrit kheli "play; sport".... [more]
Givés f Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Nieves.
Golipén f Romani (Caló)
Means "health" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Salud.
Graná f Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Pepa.
Grauni f Romani
Directly taken from the Romani word grauni "jewel; gem".
Haini m Romani
Romani form of Hein.
Häns’che m Romani
Romani form of Hänschen.... [more]
Hanzi m Romani
Romani form of Hans.
Harkles m Romani
Derived from the surname Harkless.
Harodain m Romani
Romani corruption of Herodion.
Iliuță m Romanian, Romani
Diminutive of Ilie.
Inan m Romani
Transferred use of the surname Inan.
Ineriqué f Romani (Caló)
Derived from the Caló word inerique "protection". Used as a Caló equivalent of Amparo.
Ionică m Romanian, Romani
Diminutive of Ion.
Ithil m Romani
Romani form of Ithiel.
Iza m Romani
Romani form of Isaac.
Jaelle f Romani, English (American, Modern, Rare)
Romani form of the Biblical name Jael.
Jahivé f Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Aurora.
Jaina m Romani
Romani form of John.
Jardani m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of John.
Jessekiah m Romani
Romani form of Hezekiah influenced by Jesse.
Jeta f Romani
Romani name of unknown origin and meaning.
Jilé m Romani (Caló)
Masculine form of Jilí.
Jilí f Romani (Caló)
Caló name derived from the vocabulary word jilí "innocent; unblamable; without agenda (malicious or otherwise)".... [more]
Jofranka f Romani
Romani form of Frances.
Joronosco m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Knut.
Kaivela m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Caleb.
Kashi m Romani
Possibly derived from Romani kasht "wood" or "forest".
Kaula f Romani
Kaula was a cousin of Unku.
Kaven f & m Romani (Rare)
Courage strong brave kind feline
Kem m Romani
Romani name derived from cam meaning both "sun" and "to love".
Kennick m Romani
Directly taken from Romani kennick "house-dweller", ultimately derived from Romani ken "house".
Khulai m Romani
Directly taken from Romani khulai "gentleman". This name has been found from at least the early 1800s onward.
Kisaiya f Romani
Either a corruption of Keziah or else derived from or influenced by Romani kissi "purse" (ultimately from Sanskrit koza "box; pocket; cask; treasure; bud").
Kizzy f Romani
Romani name related to Kisaiya.
Ladin m Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning; current theories, however, include a short form of Aladdin. This name was in use in the 1800s.
Lajariá f Romani (Caló)
Directly taken from Caló lajariá "worship, adoration", this name is used as the Caló equivalent of Adoración.
Lala f Romani
Directly taken from Romani lala "ruby; red; fiery".... [more]
Lamerok m Romani
Romani form of Lamorak.
Lash m Romani
Lash is the Romani variation of the name Louis and means ‘renowned warrior’. This Romani boy name had its heyday in the 19th century, particularly among them Americans... [more]
Lasho m Romani
Romani form of László.
Leahlabel f Romani
Romani corruption of Leighanabell.
Leanabel f Romani
Romani name, recorded in the 19th century.
Leighanabell f Romani, Obscure
Combination of Leigh and Anabell.
Lel m Romani
Derived from the Romani word lel "to take; to receive".
Lela f Romani
Feminine form of Lel.
Lematina f Romani
Romani corruption of Clementina.
Lennor f & m Romani
Derived from Romani lennor, meaning both "spring" and "summer".
Leondra f Romani
Romani corruption of Leandra.
Leorable f Romani
Romani corruption of Leighanabell.
Leshi m Romani
Variant of Lusha.
Lierka f Romani
Romani form of Ljerka.
Lillac m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Thomas.... [more]
Lillai f Romani
Derived from Romani lillai, meaning both "spring" and "summer".
Limatana f Romani
Variant of Lematina.
Listraba f Romani (Caló)
Derived from the Caló word listrabar meaning "set free". This name is used as the Caló form of Librada.
Lolli f Romani
From Romani lollo "red", which is derived from Hindi lāla "red".
Lombardó m Romani (Caló)
Means "lion" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of León.
Loni m Romani
Short form of Apollonius.
Looney f Romani
Transferred use of the surname Looney.
Loveyarna f Romani
Romani corruption of Lavinia recorded in the 19th century.
Luludja f Romani
Luludja means "flower of life".
Lusha m Romani
Romani form of Elisha.
Lyubitshka f Romani
From the Russian name Lyuba meaning "love"
Maarah f Romani
Romani form of Mara 1.
Maireni f Romani
A Romani name found in the 1800s. Its origin and meaning are uncertain, there is, however, a theory that it might be related to Marina or Maren.
Majaris f Romani (Caló)
Means "saints" in Caló, plural of majari.
Majoré m Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Fausto.
Majoró m Romani (Caló)
Means "fair, blessed" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Justo.
Malina f Romani
Of uncertain origin. Either a borrowing of the Slavic name Malina or the Romanian name Mălina, a direct derivation from the Romani word mal'ina "raspberry" (and thus ultimately a cognate of the Slavic name), or else there might be a relation to the source of the Indian name Malini.
Maloney m & f Romani
Directly taken from Romani maloney "lightning".
Manabel m Romani
Romani form of Manuel.
Manfri m Romani
Romani form of Manfred.
Manful m Romani
Variant of Manfri.
Manishie f Romani
This is a Roma name for "girl" or "wife".
Mantis m Romani
Diminutive of Manuel.
Masilda f Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin. It might be a corruption of Mathilda.
Melvinia f African American, Romani
Elaborated form of Melvina.
Menowin m German (Modern, Rare), Romani
The name is often analysed as a Germanic name made from the element MEGIN "strength" and WIN "friend". However, in the case of the most known bearer, the German singer Menowin Fröhlich, there is an account from his father that the name is made up to sound like Menuhin (the surname of the violinist and conductor Yehudi Menuhin).
Mericlén f Romani (Caló)
Means "coral" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Coral.
Meriful m Romani
Meaning "full of merriment."
Merivel m Romani
Romani form of Marvel.
Mermeyí f Romani (Caló)
Presumably derived from Caló mermellín "torch". This name is used as a Caló equivalent of Candelaria.
Merripen m Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning. It might be derived from Romani miripen "manner; fashion" or else from Romani meriben or merapen meaning "death".
Minditsi f Romani
Directly taken from Romani minditsi "maiden; virgin".
Mireli f Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning. ... [more]
Miri f Various, Romani, Literature, Popular Culture
Shortened version or nickname of Mirabelle, Mirabella, or Miriam in various languages... [more]
Mirigli f Romani
Means "pearl necklace" in Romani.
Miselda f Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning.
Mitichó m Romani (Caló)
Means "stern, severe" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Severo.
Mizella f Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
Moelus m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Morris.
Molchibé f Romani (Caló)
Means "Christmas" in Caló. This name is used as a Caló form of Natividad (see Ardiñipén).
Monisha f Romani
Derived from Romani monisha, meaning "woman".
Morjiana f Romani
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories include a corruption of Morgana.
Morpus m Romani
Romani form of Morpheus.
Moti m Romani
Short form of Motshan.
Motsha m Romani
Variant of Motshan.
Motshan m Romani
Romani name of uncertain origin and meaning, although there have been speculations about a link to Russian and Yiddish Movcha.... [more]
Muldobrai m Romani
Romani form of Mordechai.
Mumely f Romani (Caló)
Derived from the Caló word mumelí "brightness; lightness; clarity; lucidity". It is used as a Caló equivalent of Luz.
Neabei m Romani
Variant of Niabai.
Nearboy m Romani (Anglicized)
Possibly an Anglicized form of the surname Nerby.
Niabai m Romani
Romani form of Nearboy.
Nipkin m Romani
Possibly a diminutive of Nicol 1.
Nitshel m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Mitchell.
Northalion m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of place name Northampton.
Obi m Romani
Diminutive of Obed and Obadiah.
Ocán f Romani (Caló)
Means "sun" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Sol.
Oki m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Oscar.
Ompión f Romani (Caló)
Means "sacrament" in Caló. This name is used as the Caló form of Sacramento.
Onas m Romani
Romani form of Jonah.
Orferus m Romani
Romani form of Orpheus.
Oseri m Romani
Variant of Ossory.
Ossory m Irish (Anglicized), Romani
Anglicized form of Osraige.
Ostelinda f Romani (Caló)
Caló form of Mary, used in reference to the Virgin Mary.
Othi m Romani
Possibly a Romani form of Odin or Othin.
Oti m Romani
Variant of Othi.
Pachandra f Romani (Caló)
Directly taken from the Caló word pachandra meaning "Easter". This name is used as the Caló form of Pascua and Pascuala.