Various Submitted Names

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AABI f Various (Rare)
Variant of ABI.
ABHIE f Various
Variant of ABBIE.
ABY f Various (Rare)
Variant of ABBY.
ADAL m & f Various (Modern, Rare)
From the Germanic element adal meaning "noble".
ADOLPHA f Various (Rare)
Feminine form of ADOLPH.
ADORÉE f Various
Means "adored" in French. It is not commonly used as a name in France itself. Bearer Adorée Villany (born 1891) was a French dancer and dance theorist.
ADRIELL m & f Various (Rare)
Variant of ADRIEL and ADRIELLE.
AERO m Various
From the English word, ultimately from Greek ἀήρ āer- "air".
AGIA f Various (Rare)
Possibly from various cities in Greece and a city in Cyprus. A bearer of this name is Saint Agia.
AIMY f Various (Rare)
Variant of AMY.
AJAH f & m Various
Variant of AJA.
AKAI m Various
One root is from the Japanese word for "red". The name is used in multiple countries and cultures and likely has additional meanings as well.
AKELA f Literature, Various
A character in The Jungle Book novel, meaning "single" or "solitary" in Hindi and Urdu.
ALICIAH f American (Modern, Rare), Various
Variant of ALICIA (Possibly influenced by AISHAH).
ALISCHA f Various, English (American, Rare)
Variant of ALISHA/ALICIA with the spelling possilby influenced by SASCHA or NATASCHA (See also ALISCIA).
AMICO m Various
Means "friend" in Italian. From Latin AMICUS.
ANARI f & m Various
Variant of INARI, IMARI, AMARI, feminine form variant of INAR.
ANDRES m Various
Variant of ANDRÉS used outside of Spanish speaking countries.
ANIEL m & f Various, Dutch (Rare), Biblical, Hebrew, English (Modern, Rare)
Presumably, a variant of ANAEL in the style of NATHANIEL. In some cases, it can also be a variant of HANIEL or HANNIEL... [more]
ANITO m Various (Rare)
Masculine form of Anita.
ANITUS m Various
Latinized masculine form of ANITA (1).
ANNEROSE f German (Rare), Various
Combination of Anne and ROSE.
Combination of ANTHONY and ANTOINETTE.
APPLINA f Various (Rare, Archaic)
Possibly a contracted form of APPOLONIA and APOLLONIA.
ARNELLA f American (Rare), Various, Filipino (Modern, Rare)
Creative feminization of ARNOLD by adding the Italian feminine diminutive suffix -ella (Compare ARNELLE).
ARONA f & m Various
Feminine form of ARON and masculine variant of ARUNA.
ASCENSION m & f Various
Variant of ASCENSIÓN used outside of Spanish speaking countries, among both genders.
ASUNCION m & f Various
Variant of ASUNCIÓN used outside of Spanish speaking countries.
AVERINA f Various
Variant of EVERINA.
AXELA f Various
Feminine form of AXEL making it a variant of AXELLE.
AXELLA f Various
Feminine form of AXEL.
AYRTON m English, Portuguese (Brazilian), Various
From a surname which was originally taken from the place name AIRTON.... [more]
AZUBA f Various
Variant of AZUBAH.
BAKHITA f Various (Rare)
Meaning "fortune" in an African language. An Italian saint also has the same.
BARBZ f Various
Diminutive of BARBARA or other names beginning with Ba(r)-.
BEATRISS f Various
Variant of BEATRIX.
BEEBEE f & m Various
Variant of BIBI.
BELEE f & m Various
Likely a pet name for a variety of names from different languages.
BELEN f Various
Variant of BELÉN used outside of Spanish speaking countries.
BELLISSA f Various (Rare)
Elaboration of BELLA.
BENJAMINA f Various (Rare)
Feminine form of BENJAMIN.
BENNI m & f Various
Variant or BENNY/BENNIE sometimes used as a feminine name.
BENZEMA m Various (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname BENZEMA. ... [more]
BERIL f & m Various
Variant of BERYL. This name was used for 5 baby boys in New York in 1959. As a girl's name, it is more used in Europe.... [more]
BERO m Croatian, Various (Rare)
Croatian short form of BERISLAV.
BIONA f Various
Feminine form of BION.
BIRON m Various, English (Rare), Theatre, Spanish (Latin American, Rare, ?)
Presumably, a variant of BYRON. Shakespeare used this name in one of the three companions of King Ferdinand in Love's Labour Lost (1594).
BJORN m Various
Variant of BJÖRN or BJØRN used outside of Scandinavia and Germany.
BOBIE m & f Various
Variant of BOBBIE.
BOBY m Various
Variant of BOBBY.
BRAHMS m & f Various
Transferred use of the surname BRAHMS.
BYA f & m Various
BYANKA f Various
Variant of BIANCA.
CARAMEL f & m Various
Either a variant of CARMEL or else directly taken from the English word caramel.... [more]
CECILE f Various
Variant of CÉCILE used outside of France.
CELOSIA f Various (Rare)
Taken from the name of the flower, whose name is derived from Greek κηλος (kelos) "burned".
CELVIN m Various
Possibly a variant of SELVIN, CALVIN, or KELVIN.
CHAELA f English (Rare), Various
Variant of KAYLA and a short form of MICHAELA.
Elaborated form of CHRIS using the French feminine name suffix -elle.
CHRISTIANIE f English (Modern, Rare), Various
Presumably an elaboration of CHRISTIANE.
CHROME m & f Various, English (American, Modern, Rare)
From the English word "chrome"; "Another word for chromium when it is used in dyes or pigments". Borrowed from French chrome.... [more]
CHUBASCO m Various (Rare)
From the Spanish word chubasco, meaning "squall", which is from the Portuguese word chuva, meaning "rain".
CIGGY m & f Various (Rare)
Variant of SIGGY.
CLAVIUS m Various (Latinized, Rare)
Clavius is a latin word meaning "key". The use as a given name is transferred from the humanist surname Clavius (originally Clau or Schlüssel) borne by Christopher Clavius, a 16th century jesuit, astronomer, and mathematician.
CLEAS m Various
Variant of CLAES or derived from Old Irish cles "feat".
CLEMA f Various
A diminutive of any name containing the element -clem-.
CODA m & f Various (Rare)
Variant of KODA.
CORISSA f Various
Possibly an elaboration of CORA by way of combining it with the name suffix -issa.
COVID m & f Various (Modern, Rare)
Abbreviation of COronaVIrus Disease.
Anglicized form of Cristóbal and name used outside of Spain, Mexico, And Latin America.
CYPRUS m & f Various
Variant of CYPRESS influenced by the name of the country between Europe and Asia that's named CYPRUS... [more]
DAMMY m Various (Rare)
Diminutive of DAMASOS and DAMIAN.
DANIELINE f African American (Modern, Rare), Various (Rare)
Elaboration of DANIELA or a feminization of DANIEL using the French feminine suffix -ine in the style of MAYBELLINE.... [more]
DARIAN m Various (Modern, Rare)
Variant of DARIUS, sometimes used as a masculine form of DARIA.
DARRIE f & m Various
A diminutive for any name containing the element -dar-.
DEBONNAIRE f Various (Rare)
From French débonnaire meaning ''suave and refined''.
DEDE f & m Various (Rare)
Possibly a variant of DEEDEE or a pet form of DEDERICK or ANDREW/ANDERSON.
DEEJA f Various
Likely a diminutive for various names, or perhaps a variant of DEJA.
DEODATA f Various
Feminine form of DEODATUS.
DIAMANDO f & m Various, Italian (Rare)
From Italian diamante meaning "Diamond" (Compare DIAMANTO).... [more]
DIANDRA f Dutch, English, Various
A blend of the name DIANA with ALEXANDRA or SANDRA. A well-known bearer of this name is Diandra Luker, the ex-wife of actor Michael Douglas.
DIMITRIA f Various
Modern Greek form of DEMETRIA.
DIONY m Various (Latinized, Rare, ?)
Of unknown origin; possibly a short form of DIONYSOS.
DIRA f Indonesian, Malay, Arabic, Indian, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Various
Short form of INDIRA, ADIRA, QADIRA, YADIRA and names containing that sound.
DOMI m Various, Croatian
Short form of DOMINIK / DOMINIC used in various countries, as well as a Croatian short form of DOMAGOJ.
DREI m Various
Short form of ANDREI.
DREY m Various (Modern)
Short form of ANDREY.
DRISANA f & m English (Rare), Hinduism (?), Indian (Rare, Expatriate, ?), Various (?)
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]
DUNLIN m Various
Named from a type of bird.
DYANA f English, Various
Variant of DIANA.
DYN m & f Various
EDELINE f German, French, English, Various
Cognate of ADELINE. It was borne by Edeline Thweng, a 14th-century heiress of Ripley Castle in North Yorkshire, England. Allegedly it was not popular as an English name before 1830, until then primarily German and French in usage... [more]
ELANE f Various (?)
In many cases this name is probably a variant of ELAINE; in some cases, however, it might have been coined as a bona fide feminine form of Hebrew ELAN.
ELGAR m Various, Welsh
Variant of ALGAR.... [more]
ELIDIUS m Various
This name is best known for being one of the names that the 8th-century Cornish hermit saint LIDE (also known as Elid, Elida, Elide, Lyda and Lyde) was known by... [more]
ELLALEE f Various (Modern)
Combination of the names Ella and LEE.
ELORAH f Various (Modern, Rare)
This name has some meanings: In English it's a variant of ELORA. In Hebrew it's a feminine form of ELOR and a combination of EL, reference to God... [more]
ENCARNACION m & f Various
Variant of ENCARNACIÓN used outside of Spanish-speaking countries and of both genders.
ENDORA f Popular Culture, Various
Based on the biblical place name Endor, which is of uncertain meaning (see Endor). It was used for a character in the American television series 'Bewitched' (1964-1972), in which case it was presumably an allusion to the biblical Witch of Endor whom Saul consulted, according to the first Book of Samuel in the Old Testament... [more]
ENNA f Literature, Various
Probably a variant of Ena or ÉNNA.... [more]
ERLENA f Various
Latinate form of ERLENE.
ERPHA f Various (Rare)
A feminine form of ERPHO or a variant spelling of ERFA.
ESTHERA f Various (Rare)
Variant of ESTERA or an elaborated form of ESTHER.
ETOILE f Various (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture (Rare)
Unaccented verision of ÉTOILE. This name is more commonly used in English-Speaking countries.
EVALINA f Various
Combination of EVA and Lina or a variant of EVELINA.
EVALUNA f Various
Combination of EVA and LUNA.
EVIA f Various
Eleaboration of EVE.
EYDA f Various
Variant of IDA.
FABI f & m Various, Portuguese
Portuguese masculine short form of FABIO and FABIANO.... [more]
FABIANNA f Various
Feminine form of FABIAN.
FAZ m & f Various
FELICS m Various
Variant of FELIX.
FIANA f Various
Possibly a variant of FIONA and FIANNA.
FINEHAS m Various
Variant of FINEAS.
FIRELLA f Various (Rare)
Possibly a transferred use of the surname Firella or else a variation of FIORELLA.
FIVI f Various, Greek (Modern, Rare)
Modern Greek form of PHOEBE.
Variant of FRÉDÉRIQUE used outside of France.
FRITZA f Various (Rare)
Probably a feminine form of FRITZ.
Meaning and origin uncertain. One source states that it is ultimately derived from the Latin noun frons meaning "forehead, brow" as well as "front", which would thus make the name etymologically related to the Latin names FRONTO and FRONTINUS... [more]
GALACIA f Various (?)
Perhaps a variant of GALATIA or GELASIA.
GALAXIA f Various (Modern, Rare)
Elaboration of GALAXY in the style of ALEXIA.
GASPER m English (American, Rare), Various (Rare, ?)
Variant of JASPER or CASPER and an unaccented version of GAŠPER.... [more]
GAUDIA f Various
Means "joy" in Latin.
GEEGEE f & m Various
Variant of GIGI.
GERALDETTE f Various (Rare)
Feminine diminutive of GERALD.
GEREMI m Various
Variant of JEREMY.
GIASELLA f Various
May possibly derived from GAZELLE, but unlikely.
GOLDI f & m English (Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare), Various
Variant of GOLDIE (1). It's primarily feminine in English and masculine in some other countries like Spanish-speaking countries.
HAELLY f Various, English
As an English name, likely a transferred surname which is a variant of HAYLEY.
HAGARA f Various (Modern, Rare)
Probably created from HAGAR with the clearly feminine ending -a.
HANNELLY f Various (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname or possibly a variant of HANNELE.
HAR m & f Various
Pet form of HARRY and other names beginning with Har-
HARRYET f Various
Variant of HARRIET.
HAVIER m Various
Variant of JAVIER.
HELICIA f Various
Apparently from the name of a plant genus meaning "spiral-shaped" from Greek helix (genitive helikos; see HELICE), perhaps via Latin.
HENNAH f Arabic, English, Various
Arabic form of ANNA.
HEROSHI m Various (Rare)
Simplified variant spelling of HIROSHI, used outside of Japan among people of Japanese descent.
HILLA f Various
Variant of HILA.
HIRUNDA f Various (Rare)
Possibly a feminine form of HIRUNDO, derived from Latin hirundo, meaning "swallow".
HIRUNDO m Various (Rare)
From Latin hirundo, meaning "swallow".
HUONG f Various
Variant of HƯƠNG or HƯỜNG used outside of Vietnam among people of Vietnamese descent.
IANNA f Various
Feminine form of IAN, or variant of AYANNA or YANA.
ICE f & m Popular Culture (Rare), Various
From the English word that denotes water frozen to a solid state. A real bearer of this name is Thomas Ice. A fictional bearer of this name is Ice, a DC comic book superheroine.
ICELYN f English (American, Rare), Various
Apparently a combination of ICE and the popular name suffix lyn, perhaps influenced by ICELAND.... [more]
ILYANA f Various
Variant of ILEANA
ISI m & f Various
Diminutive of ISIDRO, ISADORA, ISABEL and similar names.
ISMAELA f Various (Rare)
Feminine form of ISMAEL.
ITHAN m Various
Variant of ETHAN.
IYLA f Various (Rare)
Most often a variant form of ISLA and ILA, but sometimes also of Ayla and ELAH.... [more]
JAKIE m & f Various (Rare)
Variant of JACKIE and diminutive of JACOB.
JAKY m & f Various (Rare)
Variant of JACKIE.
JAM m & f Various
Diminutive of JAMES, JAMESINA and other names that begin with Jam-
JAMINA f Various (Rare)
Feminine form of JAMIN.
JANEIRO m Various (Rare)
Means "January" in Portuguese.
JANIS m Dutch (Rare), Swiss, Various (Rare)
Variant of JANNIS, YANIS/YANNIS or GIANIS or an unaccented version of JĀNIS.
JARDINE m & f Various, English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname JARDINE.
JAZZA f & m Various
Diminutive of names beginning with jaz/jas
JAZZPER m Various (Modern, Rare), English (Modern, Rare, ?)
Variant of JASPER influenced by English jazz.
JAZZY m & f Various
Diminutive of names with the syllable jaz or jas such as JASMINE, JASPER and JAZZABELLE
JEL f & m Various (Rare)
Dimunitive of ANGEL, ANGELICA, ANGELIE and other name containing the syllable -gel or -jel
JELY f & m Various (Rare)
Variant of JELLY.
JEMAYA f Various (Rare)
Possibly a variant of YEMAYA.
JHON m English, Various
Variant of JOHN.
JIMIE m & f Various
Variant of JIMMIE.
JOCY f & m Various
Variant of JOSIE or a diminutive of JOCELYN.
JOSIA f Various
Elaborated form of JOSIE.
JOSUE m Various
Unaccented version of JOSUÈ mainly used in English-speaking countries.
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