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1217 Latin American baby names



#     Name Meaning
1Abantiadesdescendant of abas
2AbrilThe month April; symbolizes spring.
3Academianamed for ciceros villa
4Academicusname of a philosopher
5Acarnaniafrom arcanania
6Acarnanusfrom acarnania
7Achaeana greek
8Achaemenesa persian
9Achaemeniusa persian
10Achatesa friend of aeneas
11Acidalianamed for venus
12Acrisioniadesdescendant of acrisius
13Actaeona hunter
14Actaeusfrom athens
15Actorson of azeus
16Adalirafairy of the harp
17AdiranFrom the Adriatic.
18Adokof the adriatic
19AdolfoVariant of Adolph: Noble wolf.
20Adorabeloved one
21Adorabelleadored beauty
22Adoriaglory
23AdrianFrom the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic sea region. Pope Adrian IV was a 12 century British Pope who became popular in the 1980s when Sue Townsend published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole'.
24AdrianoDark; Variant of Adrian. From Adria.: (The Adriatic sea region.).
25Adriecoming from or resident of Adria
26AdrielGod's flock; from God's congregation.
27Adrikof the adriatic
28Aeafrom aea
29Aegaeafrom the aegean sea
30Aegatesfrom the aegates
31Aegeriacumaean
32Aeginaemother of aeacus
33Aemilianusfrom the roman clan name aemilius
34AemiliusEagerly
35Aeneadesdescended from aeneas
36Aeoliadaughter of amythaon
37Aeschylusathenian poet
38Aethiopsan ethiopian
39AggieVirtuous, Good
40Agostodeserving of respect
41Agostonmajestic
42Agrippinacolonist
43Agustinamajestic, grand
44Agustinodeserving of respect
45AidaHappy. Famous bearer: The Ethiopian princess in Verdi's opera 'Aida'. Also a Japanese surname: runs across the field.
46Alacibiadesname of an athenian politician
47Alaidawinged
48Alaurafrom the laurel tree
49AlbanWhite
50AlbanoWhite
51AlbanyWhite
52Albenfair blond
53Albinkablond
54AlbionWhite
55Albulafrom the tiber
56Alcimedemother of jason
57Alcmenamother of hercules
58Aleeciaderived from alice
59Alenjandrodefender of men
60AleraEagle
61Aleriaeagle
62Alerioeagle
63Alexandrianadefender of man
64Alexiahangel from the heavens above
65AlidaOf noble birth
66Alishia(Woman) of noble stature, nature
67Alisia(Woman) of noble stature, nature
68AllegraMeaning cheerful or lively, related to the musical term allegro. Allegra was the name given by the poet Byron to his illegitimate daughter born in 1817.
69Allisandraof great nature
70AlmaGirl
71Almetaambitious
72Almyiegal
73Alomadove abbreviation of paloma
74Aluldwinged
75AlvaFeminine form of Alvin: Wise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names.
76AlverResolute
77Alvernspring, greening see also elvern
78AlviraLover
79AlyciaNoble, kind
80AlynaNoble
81AlyshaOf noble birth
82Amabelvariant of Amabilis
83AmabelleLief
84AmabilisBeautiful, beautiful
85Amablevariant of Amabilis
86AmadeaGod `s love
87AmadeeGod `s love
88AmadeusLoving God
89Amadinaworthy of god
90Amadineworthy of god
91Amadioloves god
92Amadislove of god
93AmaliaVariant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.
94AmalieYoked strijdens, Hardworking
95AmandaFrom the Latin word amanda, meaning "lovable." Literary; poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth century.
96AmandineWorthy of love
97AmarantaFlower That Never Fades
98AmeliaVariant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.
99Amelindahard at work
100Amelitahard at work
101Americaland of the prince
102AmericusHome Ruler
103AmiasFrom the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'.
104AmiliaEagerly
105AmityFriend. Friendship.
106Amorinalove
107AmyDearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'.
108AmyasFrom the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'.
109AnabelGracious, charming beauty
110Anabelledelicious
111Anahellabeautiful graceful
112Analiciarewarded with gods bounty
113Analisarewarded with gods bounty
114Analissagraced with gods bounty
115Ancilea king of rome
116AndesOf the Andes Mountains
117AndreanaFeminine form of Andrea: manly.
118Andrionof the adriatic
119AngelaFeminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel.
120AngelicaMessenger Of God
121AngeloMessenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men.
122Angeronagoddess of anguish
123AngieMessenger Of God
124Anguisdragon
125AnitaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
126AnjelikaAngel
127Ankarafrom ankara
128Anna-Perennadaughter of dido
129AnnabellaVariant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century.
130Annalissagraced with gods bounty
131AnnicaMerciful, sweet
132Annonagoddess of the harvest
133AnnunciataAnnunciation
134Anonaseasonal plantings connection to natural
135Ansaconstant
136AnseConstant
137AntalBoth Antal and Anthony are derived from the ancient Latin name Antonius. Scholars believe the meaning of that name has been lost. However, among Hungarians, the name Antal is popularly believed to mean ''Precious.''
138Antanasbeyond praise
139Antandraan amazon
140Antanelisbeyond praise
141Antenoran elder of troy
142Antisthenesname of a philosopher
143AntoinThe invaluable
144AntoinettaFlower
145Antonellapraiseworthy feminine of anthony
146AntonettaFlower
147AntonetteThe invaluable
148Antoniquepraiseworthy feminine of anthony
149AntonyFlower
150Anttonbeyond praise
151Apollodorusname of a greek writer
152Apriafrom the apricot
153AprilOpening buds of spring; born in April.
154Apuliafrom the river apulia
155AquanettaContemporary created name. Aqua is the blue-green sea color.
156Aquariustthe water bearer
157Aquiinaeaglelike
158Aquitaniafrom aquitaine
159ArabiaPerson From Arabic Region
160Arcitenensarcher
161Ardeafrom ardea
162ArdenFrom The Eagle Valley
163Ardinfiery
164Ardinaardent eager industrious
165Ardiniaardent eager industrious
166ArdisEagerly
167Argentasilver
168Argentinasilver
169Argolisfrom argos
170Aristodemedaughter of priam
171Aristophanesname of a poet
172AristotelesAristos Greek of the `best 'and' telos consummation, fulfillment. It is the name of the famous Greek philosopher (384-322 BC)..
173ArmandoArmy man. Variant of Herman.
174Armeniafrom armenia
175ArmidaSmall armed
176Armillaa bracelet
177ArminaWarrior maiden.
178Armindathe protector, little armed one
179Arrianholy
180Arseniafeminine of arsenio
181Arunskilled turnus
182Arvalisfrom the cultivated land
183Arviafrom the seashore
184Asclepiusgod of medicine
185Assamother of simon
186AstaBright As A Star
187Asterevered sacred
188Asteriaa star
189Astynaxson of hector
190Astynomedaughter of chryses
191AtheneA pre-Hellenic name of unknown origin. Name of the daughter of Zeus, goddess of Athens and of wisdom in Greek mythology (compare Minerva to the Romans). As for the name Du. found in families with a Greek father or mother.
192Atreusfather of agamemnon
193Atridesdescended from atreus
194Atthisfrom attica
195Atticafrom attica
196Augiediminutive of august, deserving of respect
197Augustawho is praised
198Augustewho is praised
199Augustuswho is praised
200Aulisa praxidicae
201AuraGlowing Light
202AureaGold
203Aureliagold
204AurélieGolden
205Aureliengods
206Aureliusgold
207Aurenegold
208Auriellegold
209Aurigawagoner
210Auriliagold
211AurumGlowing Dawn
212Austinewho is praised
213Automatiafortuna
214AutumnBorn in the fall; The fall season.
215AuvitaYouthful
216Avaa variation on the medieval names Avis and Aveline
217AvalonApple Island
218AvaroWhite
219AveDiminutive of Averill: Fighting swine
220AvinaDiminutive of Averill: Fighting swine
221AvisBelieved to have been introduced during the Norman Conquest, based either on Old German names, or on the Roman name Avitius. Refuge in battle.
222Ayriaunaholy or strong
223Azurebluish color
224Baibinastrong
225Balarastrong
226BaranNoble warrior.
227Barb"Savage" or "wild"
228Barbara"Savage" or "wild"
229BarbraBorn abroad, foreign
230BastianAdored
231BeataOne who has been blessed.
232BeateHappy
233BeatrizBrings happiness. Brings joy.
234BellaSometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaninn beautiful.
235BelvaCombination Of Bella And Alva
236Bencethe blessed
237Bendikthe blessed
238Benedekthe blessed
239Benedictathe blessed
240BenedicteDanish and Norwegian feminine form of Benedict.
241BenediktaOne who is blessed.
242Benediktethe blessed
243BenettVariant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict.
244Bengtstrong and brave as a bear
245Beniciafeminine of benedict
246BenitaWest-Brabant name
247BenkeStrong or brave as a bear
248BennettVariant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest.
249Beroetraveled with aeneas
250BettaBabette French shortening or variant of (a shortening) or Elisabeth Berta.
251BiancaWhite; shining. A variant of the French Blanche.
252Bibianalively, full of life
253Bingerconqueror
254Bithyniamother of amycus
255Bittorconqueror
256BittoreVictor
257Blandineflattering, loving, friendly
258BlandonSoft
259BlankaWhite (blonde), Blank, White
260Blasiastammers
261Blayseone who stutters
262Blendadazzling bright
263BonaventureGood Luck
264Bonifacebenefactor
265BonifaciusDoes good.
266Bonnibelgood
267Borbalastranger
268BrazStutterer
269BrinaDefender
270Britaniaa poetic name for great britain
271BrittanieOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
272Brittanyaa poetic name for great britain
273Bromiusgod of wine
274BrutusHeavy, Muscular
275Bucerhorned
276Cacadaughter of vukan
277CadenceVariant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
278CaeliSlim
279CaiaHappy
280Calciamother of cycnus
281Caledoniafrom scotland
282Calesfrom cales
283Calleoknowing
284CameliaYoung, Virginal
285CameoA carved gem portrait.
286CammiFree-born; noble. Variant of Camilla who was the swift-running warrior maid in Virgil's 'Aeneid'.
287CandidaPure white or
288CandidePure white or
289CanniaSong
290Cantorsinger
291Cappadociafrom cappadocia
292Capricornthe goat
293Carinnalittle darling
294Carissimadearest
295CaritaDear
296CaritasLoving, merciful
297Carlameans the same as guy
298Carlitoman
299CarmenGarden. The Spanish form of the Hebrew Carmel. Famous bearer: Bizet's opera 'Carmen', first performed in 1875.
300CarminSong
301CarstenChristian
302Carynakeel
303Casildavirgin
304Casperiasecond wife of rhoetus
305Cassielangel of saturday, the earthly mother
306CassiusVain. Famous bearers include the boxer Muhammad Ali (his original birth name).
307Catenaretrained
308Catoclean or pure
309Catusshrewd
310CeciliaGhost
311Cedlimpaired
312Ceilabbreviation of cecilia, blind
313Celeabbreviation of cecilia, blind
314Celeniaderived from celia or selena
315Celerespaladin
316CelesteDivine
317CelestineDivine
318CelestunHeavenly
319CeliaHeaven
320CelinaDivine
321Centaurushalf man half horse
322Cepheusfather of andromeda
323Cerberusguard of hades
324CesarThick Head Of Hair
325Ceteriathe other ones
326CezarHead of hair
327Cezaryhairy
328ChaelWho is like God
329Chalciopedaughter of eurypylus
330Chasitypurity, innocence
331Chastinepurity, innocence
332Chiarabright, shiny, glossy
333ChristabellaDesignated, follower of Christ
334ChristiannChristian
335Chrysogeneiadaughter of halmus
336ChrystalCrystal
337Cicelyimpaired
338Ciliciaancient province of asia
339CinderellaLittle cinder girl. The name of a fairy-tale heroine.
340Cinxiaa name referring to juno
341CissyDiminutive of Christie: Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher.
342Clanbellashining
343ClarenceFrom the surname and place name Clare, meaning bright or clear. Famous bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, brother of King Edward IV and King Richard III, who is traditionally believed to have drowned in Malmsey wine.
344ClarensisOne who lives by the river Clare
345Claribelleshining
346Clarissabright, shiny, glossy
347Clarrisabright, shiny, glossy
348ClaudeFrom the Roman clan name Claudius, derived from the latin meaning lame. F: Claudette, Claudia, Claudine.
349Claudialame
350Claudionlame
351ClementeSoft
352ColumbiaA Dove
353Columbinedove versatile loving emotional
354Concordeaharmony
355Concordiaharmony
356Constantine-Dwynefaith
357ConstanzeSteadfast
358CorbettRaven. Variant of Corbet: Black-haired.
359CorbinA
360CornelVariant of Cornell: College; name of a town.
361CorneliaThe horned
362Cornelioushorn
363CorneliusThe horned
364Cornellafeminine of cornelius, horn
365CorwinFrom beyond the hill.
366CowinRaven
367CrescentiaCrescent-Shaped, Moon
368Crispencurly-haired
369Crispiancurly, frizzy, curly head
370Crispincurly, frizzy, curly head
371Crispinacurly haired
372Crispinocurly-haired
373Cristabelbeautiful christian
374Cristabellbeautiful christian
375CrystalCrystal
376CurtDiminutive of Curtis: From a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous. Also, from the court.
377CurtisFrom a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous..
378Dabrianame of an angel
379Darianna
380Darielefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
381Dariellefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
382Dariennefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
383DeannaFrom the valley. Variant of Diana meaning divine.
384DeanneVariant of Diane: The French form of the Latin Diana. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Greek goddess of the moon.
385Decimathe tenth
386Dedoprotector of the people
387Delfinadolphin
388Deliciaedelicious
389DeloresVariant of Dolores: sorrows.
390Derimacheiaamazon
391Devinadivine one
392Devotadevoted
393DexterFrom a surname meaning 'dyer'.
394Dextonderived from dexter right-handed
395Dextraflexible
396DeylinRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
397DianeWest-Brabant name
398DiannaDivine. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales.
399Diellaworshipper of god
400Dielleworships god
401Digneworthy
402Dionysusgod of wine and revelry
403Disthe required
404Divinadivine one
405DojanDark
406DoloresSorrow. From Maria de los Dolores (the Virgin Mary, or Mary of the Sorrows.)
407DomDiminutive of Dominick: Lord.
408Domiducajunos surname
409DominicVariant of Dominick: Lord.
410DominicaBelongs to God
411DominickDominick is a name used for men. It is one of a variant of the name 'Dominic'. Dominic (Dominick) was widely used among Roman Catholics and Latin-Roman peoples. It is derived from the late Roman-Italic as "Dominicus", which means "Of Our Lord", "Lordly", "Belonging to God" or "of the Master".
412Dominicothe lords
413DominikLord
414DominoLady
415Domitianabelongs to god
416Donicagive
417Donitagift
418DontellContemporary phonetic variant of Dante 'enduring.'.
419Dorikagods gift
420DrucillaPowerful
421DucleaSweet
422DulciaSweet
423Dulciesweet, sweetness
424DulcinaSweet
425DulcineSweet
426Dulcineavariant of Dulcia
427Dulcysweet, sweetness
428DyanDivine
429DyanneDivine
430DynahAvenged. Judged and vindicated. Famous bearer: biblical Dinah, Jacob's only daughter.
431Edulicaprotectress of children
432ElanaTorch
433Elatahappy
434EldaWarrior
435ElectaChosen
436ElektaSelected
437EliasYahweh is (my) God
438EligiusElected
439Elitathe chosen one
440Elizabetteanother form for elizabeth
441Eloinaworthy
442Eloineworthy
443ElysiaHeaven
444EmaliaYoked strijdens, Hardworking
445EmeEagle
446Emeldavariant of Irmhild
447EmeliaEagle
448EmileeRival;
449EmiliaRival;
450EmilyEmily is a female name coming from the Roman name Aemilia. This Latin name "Aemilia" comes from the latin word "aemulus" which means "rival".
451EmiraRival, Amira
452Emmagreat great
453ErminaNoble, Kind
454Erritaserious, determined feminine of emest
455EstelleStar. A variant of Estella.
456Euandraamazon
457Euphorbusa trojan soldier
458Euryganeiawife of oedipus
459EvanaGod is gracious
460FabioGrower of beans, from the city Fabiae, Boon
461Fabiusbean
462Fabiynbean farmer
463FabrizioVariant of Fabrice: Works with his hands.
464Fabyancraftsman
465Fabyenbean farmer
466FaithFaith
467FalcoName originates from the Germanic "falk" (with a faded color) or "Walha" (foreign).
468Faliciahappy fresh
469FalishaJoy.
470FamaRumor
471FaniaFree
472Faulalover of hercules
473Fedelefaith
474Fedellafrom fedelia or fidel-faithful
475Felicehappy
476Feliciahappy, auspicious, fruitful
477Feliciánhappiness
478Felicionahappy feminine of felix
479Felicityhappiness
480Felisehappy feminine of felix
481FelishaGod is reconciling
482Felitahappy feminine of felix
483Felixhappy
484Fidalfaith
485Fidelfaith
486Fidelisfaith
487Fidellafaithful
488FidesFaith
489Fidessafaith
490FilomenaLoves mankind. Beloved. Variant of Philomena.
491Finicomplete
492Flaminaa roman priestess
493Flaminiaa roman priestess
494FláviaYellow colored
495Flavienyellow-haired
496FlawiuszGolden yellow
497Florabloom
498Florellabloom
499Florenflowering
500Florencebloom
501Florentinflowering
502Florentinebloom
503Florentynabloom
504Floriaflowering
505FlorianeFlowering
506Floricebloom
507FlorienFlower - a nature name
508Florinoin bloom
509Florisbloom
510FlowerVariant of Fleur: Flower.
511ForenzaFlower
512Fortinostrong, fortunate
513FortunataLucky
514FranA Frenchman
515FrancesA Frenchman
516FrancescaA Frenchman
517FrancisFrom France Or Free
518FrankA diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.
519Frondaleafy branch
520Frondeleafy branch
521FroniaWise
522Fulviablonde
523GaiaEarth.
524Garbiclear
525Gazellegraceful, deer
526GemNobel Stone, Jewel
527Geminithe twins
528Generogeneral, generic
529Georgeannederived from georgia
530GeorgianaAgricultural Worker
531Georginafarmer or husbandman
532GloriaGlory
533Glorianneglory
534Gloribelglory
535Gloriosaglory
536GracaGrace
537GraceFrom the word 'grace', derived from the Latin 'gratia', meaning God's favor. Famous bearer: American actress Grace Kelly became Princess Grace of Monaco.
538GracieneGrace
539GracinhaGrace
540GrataGrace
541Gratiangrateful
542Grisellegray, gray-haired
543GussieA diminutive of Augusta, Augustina, Augustine, or Augustus.
544Gustawho is praised
545Gusterevered sacred
546Guywood, forest, forest
547Gwidonlife
548Gymnasiaone of the horae
549HadriaDark
550Hajnaldawn
551Haloblessed aura
552HarmonyMusical Combination Of Chords
553HersiliaOf Unknown Meaning
554HilariaCheerful
555Hilarioncheerful
556HilleryHappy, cheerful
557Hippodameiadaughter of briseus
558HonoraHonor
559HonorataHonoured
560HonoriaHonor
561HonorinaHonor
562HonorineProud
563HonourHonor
564HoraceVariant of Horatio: Timekeeper. Derived from the Roman clan name Horatius. The close friend of Hamlet in Shakespeare's tragedy.
565Horaciotimekeeper
566HortenseGarden
567HortensiaDerived from the feminine form of the Roman clan name Hortensius.
568Hyalea nymph
569Hyriadaughter of amphinomus
570Iaeraa nymph
571IagoSupplanter. Can be either a variant of James or Jacob. Associated with the wicked Iago in Shakespeare's 'Othello'.
572IdoneaRepeated
573Ignácfiery
574Ignatiafiery
575Ilarioncheerful
576Illanyouth
577Illianyouth
578Illiusyouth
579ImmaculataRefers to the pure conception
580ImogeneGirl
581Imogeniaimage blameless, innocent
582Imperiacommanding
583IndigoBlue Dye
584Ineksmall
585InnocentyInnocent, harmless
586Integraimportant
587IntercidonaGoddess of birth
588Isadoragift of Isis
589IuliusPeople of Julus
590IvoryIvory
591Jacobushe heel grip
592JayJay
593JeovaniGod is with us
594JeovanyGod is with us
595Jerolinholy name
596Jeromwith a holy name
597Jérômewith a holy name
598JillianChild of the gods. A modern variant of Gillian, which is a feminine form of Julian, meaning Jove's child.
599JinxCharm, Spell
600JocelynMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
601Jolyonyouthful, young at heart
602Joostnickname for the Devil
603JoscelinVariant of Jocelyn: 'One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam as a masculine name during the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn was adopted as a feminine first name in the early 20th century.
604JovanGod is with us
605JovaniGod is with us
606JovannGod is with us
607JovannaGod is gracious
608JovanniGod is gracious
609JovannyGod is with us
610JovanyGod is with us
611Joveanother name for jupiter
612JoviGod is with us
613Joviannehappy
614JovinGod is with us
615JovitaFeminine of Jovian derived from Jove who was the Roman mythological Jupiter and father of the sky.
616JovitoGod is with us
617JoyJoy. Rejoicing.
618JoyceCheerful. Merry. From the name of 7th-century hermit St Judoc (St Judocus or St Josse), who was the son of a Breton king. In medieval England, this name was given to children of either gender, although it is now used solely as a feminine name.
619JuliBelow gehaard
620JuliaPeople of Julus
621JuliannaBelow gehaard
622Juliethe youthful
623Julieannyoung joves child feminine of julius
624JuliuszJove's descendant
625JullianThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
626JulyThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
627Juniperjuniper berry
628JuniusDedicated to Juno
629JustaRighteous
630JustineRighteous
631JustynRighteous
632Kaidencerythym
633Kalarashines
634Karisedearest one
635KatalynPure
636KatoGood Judgment
637Kelmanmerciful
638KilianSmall; fierce.
639Kindenborn fifth
640Kirielighting
641KittyClean / pure
642Klariclear
643KlarissaVariant spelling of Clarissa.
644Klariszaclear
645Klaudilame
646Klaudiohas a limp, lame
647KlaudiusLame lamb
648Klemenismerciful
649KlemensMerciful
650Konstanzafirm
651KorbinA
652KorneliaThe horned
653Korneliehorn
654KrelisHorn
655KristabelleCrystal
656KrystalynCrystal
657Kyriethe lord
658LainaRock
659LamiaBeautiful, dark lips
660LaraineVariant of Lorraine: From Lorraine. From Lotharingia. From Lothair's Kingdom. Lothair was a ruler of the region during the 9th century.
661Larentiathe shewolf who nursed remus and romulus
662Laresgod of the household
663Larinasea gull
664Larrythe award-winning
665Larsthe award-winning
666Latinesea gull
667Latoniamother of apollo and diana
668Laudalinopraise
669Laudelinopraise
670Lauenelaurel
671LauraThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
672Lauranthe award-winning
673Laurencholaurel
674Laurentzilaurel
675LaurissaFrom Laurentum, Italy
676LavareRefined
677LavedaInnocent
678LavinaDerived from the Roman given name Levinia.
679LaviniaDerived from the Roman given name Levinia.
680Lawenalaurel
681Lawrencethe award-winning
682Lawronlaurel
683LeandraStrong and brave as a lion
684Leirioessamother of narcissus
685LeisFrom Laurentum, Italy
686LeodoraLioness
687Leonlion
688Leonidelion
689Leonitaas a strong or brave, strong by grace or the brave among the people
690LeontinLioness
691Leontineas a strong or brave, strong by grace or the brave among the people
692Leontislion
693LeoraShining light. Variant of Eleanor.
694Leratolove
695Letishagreat joy derived from letitia
696LetitiaJoy
697LettieJoy, joy
698LettyJoy, joy
699LevanaMoon Or White
700Levkalion
701Libentinavenuss surname
702Liberliberated
703Liberaliberated
704Libitinaprotectress of the dead
705Librathe scales, equality
706LiciaModern abbreviation of Alicia: sweet;honest.
707LilacThe name of a flowering pale-purple shrub.
708LilianaLilies
709LilianeGod has sworn
710LiliannaLilies
711Liliumthe flower, innocence, purity, beauty
712LilliGod has sworn
713Lillywater lily
714LilyLily
715Lilybelbeautiful lily
716Limagoddess of the threshold
717Lincolnmore
718LinoFlax
719LinusFlax Colored
720Liraharp
721Liriopemother of narcissus
722Litapeople
723Liuzlighting
724LivCover, Shield Or Life
725LiviElf army
726Liviepeace
727Lorellalittle laurel
728LorenaVariant of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
729Lorenclaurel
730Lorentzthe award-winning
731LorettaLoreto in Ancona (North Italy)
732Lorettolaurel
733LoriNoble (nobility)
734Lorielaurel
735Lorimerharness maker
736Lorinelaurel
737LorisGod is my light
738LoritaVariant of Laura referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
739LornaFeminine of Lorne from Loren referring to the laurel tree symbolic of honor or victory. Heroine of Blackmoore's novel Lorna Doone.
740LottaFree
741LottieDiminutive of Charlotte: A feminine form of Charles, meaning man. Alternate meaning, tiny and feminine. Famous bearers: Princess Charlotte, daughter of King George IV; British writer Charlotte Bronte.
742LoukasOne from Lucania
743Lucaaslighting
744Lucasfrom Lucania, light
745LuceLight
746Luceriacircle of light
747Lucernecircle of light
748LucianForm of Luke. 'Light; illumination.'.
749LucillaVariant of Lucia: Graceful light. Illumination.
750LucindaVariant of Lucia: Graceful light. Illumination.
751Luciouslighting
752Luciuslighting
753LucrèceThe Rape of Lucrece
754LucretiaOf Unknown Meaning
755LucusFrom Lucania
756LucyVariant of Lucia: Graceful light. Illumination.
757Lukfrom Lucania, light
758Lukafrom Lucania, light
759LukasMasculinity
760Lukashalighting
761Lukefrom Lucania, light
762Lukenebringer of light
763LynaWise, Gentle, kind
764Lyndahose
765Lynneapretty
766Lyonechkalion
767Lyricaof the iyre or song
768Lysippean amazon
769MaartenThe little warrior
770Magdalenevariant of Magdalena
771Magnagrea
772MagnusBig, Great
773Majormore
774MaksymThe largest
775MaksymilianThe largest
776Malviniasweet friend
777MandyAbbreviation of Amanda, meaning worthy of being loved.
778Maniamarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
779Mantoprophetess
780Manvelfrom a great estate
781Manvilfrom a great estate
782Marcimartial
783MarciaMythical war god
784Marcianhammer
785Marcusson of Mars
786MarcyWarlike
787Mardanewarring
788Mardewarring
789MareenFrom the sea
790MareenaFrom the sea
791MarenGirl
792MarenaFrom the sea
793Maressaof the sea derived from marie and mary
794MargaretPearl
795Mariahshapely, clean
796Mariandabitter
797Mariannshapely clean
798Maribellbeautiful marie blend of mari and belle
799Maricamarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
800MaricelMythical war god
801Mariciathe sea from marie and mary
802Maricruzmary of the cross
803MarinoFrom the sea
804MarinosFrom the sea
805MarisaVariant of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.
806Marisabelof the sea derived from marie and mary
807MariselaMythical war god
808MarissaVariant of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.
809MariusMasculinity
810Marizathe sea from marie and mary
811MarkMark is popularly used as a male given name in English language or many European countries. Originally, it was from old Latin "Mart-kos" meaning "consecrated to the god Mars", "God of war" or "to be warlike". This name Mark is formed from Marcus. The author of the second Gospel in the New Testament was Saint Mark, He is the patron saint of Venice.
812Markusson of Mars
813Marniamaid of the sea
814Marrissaalternate spelling: maris, marisa
815MarshaMythical war god
816Marsilwarring
817Marsilawarring
818Marsilewarring
819Martellawarring
820MartialMars, dedicated to Mars
821MartinServant Of Mars, God Of War
822MartinaThe little warrior
823Martinianomartin plus on year
824Martywar
825MarvaSage
826Marvellwonderful, extraordinary
827MarynFrom the sea
828Maryssaof the sea derived from marie and mary
829Marziamartial
830Maure
831MauritaMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
832MauroMoor
833MauryDark complected
834MaxThe largest
835MaximThe largest
836MaximaThe largest
837MaximilianLittle
838MaxineLittle
839MayThe
840MaylèneMaia, the month of May
841MelanaBlack
842MelaniaBlack
843Melanippea nymph
844Memnonkilled by achilles in the trojan war
845Meraldaemerald abbreviation of esmeralda
846Mercurygod of trade
847Merisof the sea
848Meriseof the sea
849Merlinablackbird
850Merollablackbird
851Messiniamiddle child
852MiksaLittle
853Milanlove fame
854MilianaEagerly
855Miloshapely, clean
856Mineryouth
857MinervaLatin power, thinker
858MiraLook, Admirable
859MirandaAdmirable.
860MirandeMiracle, divine act
861Miriuiamarvelous
862MirraMyrrh
863Misenusdrowned for hubris
864ModestaModest.
865Modestusmoderate, restrained
866Monetaadmonishes
867MontanaMountain
868MontinaMountain
869MorelDark
870MoritzMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
871MorrellDark
872MorrisMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
873MyerBright one
874Myriammarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
875MyrillaWonderful
876Myrinaan amazon
877Myrleneblackbird
878Naiadiaa nymph
879Napiaa nymph
880NardiaFragrant
881Naristrong, hardy abbreviation of bernardo and leonardo
882Nebulamisty
883Nebuliamisty
884Necifiery
885Neciafiery
886NedraFeminine of Ned.
887Neonstrong
888NeptuneSea god
889Neptuninethetiss surname
890Neriowife of mars
891Nerisnamed for the nereides
892NerissaNymph
893NeroValiant man
894NessaHoly, without blame, Rein / chaste, Lamb
895NeveSnowy
896Nidianest
897Niliafrom the nile
898Nixigoddesses who helped with childbirth
899NoelleBirthday (of Christ)
900NohleNoble
901NolaFamous; noble - feminine form of Nolan. Also can be a diminutive of Finola: Fair shoulders.
902NoletaCreated Name
903Nolitaunwilling
904NonaThe Ninth
905NonnaNon
906Nonnieninth
907NorabelAbbreviation of Eleanora 'light' and Honora 'honor. '.
908NorineHonor
909NormaFrom The North
910NoveaYoung
911Numeriagoddesses who helped with childbirth
912NuncioMessenger
913Nunziaannounces
914NydiaA Safe Place, Nest
915Ocielheaven
916OctaviaBorn eighth.
917Octavieborn eighth
918Octaviothe eighth
919OdessaOdyssey Travel
920OietheHonest
921Olindaolive tree
922OlithiaHonest
923OlivaElf Army
924Oliveolive branch, peace
925OliverEleven
926OlivieOlive tree
927Olvanpeaceful
928OmoriaHonor
929OnaOne. Also a variant of Una: Lamb; together.
930Opsgoddess of plenty
931Oraculadivine message
932Oralspeaker, word
933Oraliagold
934OrdePoint, Sword
935OrianaGolden.
936OriannaDawn
937Oribelgolden beauty
938Orienthe orient, east
939OrsenOrmond's son.
940OrsinBear Cub
941OrsonBear cub. Famous Bearer: American actor/director Orson Welles.
942Osmagods servant
943Ostenworthy of respect
944Otreramother of the amazons
945Ottavioborn eighth
946Ovaegg
947OvidSheep
948PacquitaFree
949Pagancountry peasant
950Paganusvillager
951Palesgoddess of shepherds and flocks
952Palikasmall
953Pallantiadaughter of hercules
954Palmyrapalm tree
955Pamellamade of honey
956Paphosmother of cinyras
957Pasitheamother of pandion
958Pastorshepherd
959Patienciapatient
960PatiykRoyal
961PatriceA
962PatriciaAristocrat
963Patsyfrom the name patricia
964PattyDiminutive of Matilda: Strength in battle. Matilda was the wife of William the Conqueror. Used in Australia as slang for a bushman's pack.
965Paulsmall or modest
966PaulaFrom the Latin Paulus, meaning "humble."
967Pauletasmall
968Paulinsmall
969Paulssmall
970Pavlissmall
971Pavlussmall
972PawelSmall
973PaxtonArrangement
974Pearlornament
975Pearlacostly
976Pearlecostly
977PearlieDiminutive of Pearl: Pearl (after the name of the semi-precious jewel).
978Pearlinecostly
979PeliFortunate.
980Penatesgod of the household
981Peregrinawanderer
982PeregrineThe peregrine falcon is the bird most favored in the ancient sport of falconry.
983Perpetuaperpetual, continual
984PerrinFrench form of Peter.
985Picusfather of faunus
986PiriOld, Ancient
987Piscesthe fish
988Piuspious
989PladdiaQuiet
990PlutoRoman God Of The Underworld
991Polluxbrother of helen
992PollyGreat sorrow
993Pomoniafruitful
994PoppyPoppy (flower name).
995PorterA
996Portiaroman clan name
997Primafirst
998PrimaliaFirst-born
999PrimrosePrimrose (flower name).
1000PriscillaOld / venerable
1001Proaislover of hercules
1002Procuratormanager
1003Prosperhappy
1004PrunellaColor of plum.
1005Pumamountain lion
1006QuadeFrom the Scottish clan name McQuade.
1007Quentinthe fifth
1008QuiesRest
1009Quinellaform of quintana
1010Quintathe fifth
1011Quintessafifth small one
1012QuintinFifth
1013Quintinafifth
1014QuintusFifth
1015Quiritacitizen
1016Raidnesiren
1017RamonaFeminine form of Raymond: Counsel; mighty protection; guards wisely.
1018Rangiheaven
1019ReginaLatin: queen, Norwegian Distinguishing the gods
1020RegineQueen
1021RegisRuler, Kingly
1022RemusUnknown
1023Renellarebirth
1024Renetaworthy
1025Renitaself-poised
1026RenoAdvice, counsel
1027Resedahealing
1028Revarain
1029RexMighty counselor / ruler
1030Rexanaroyal grace
1031RhodeRose
1032Rhodosdaughter of poseidon
1033RisaSmiling
1034RolandoFamous
1035RomaineWoman
1036RomanA citizen of Rome
1037RomaniaA citizen of Rome
1038Romolafrom rome
1039RomyRosemary Or Person From Rome
1040RosaRose / bush
1041RosabelNoted protector. Also a variant of Rose: Horse; fame.
1042Rosabellabeautiful rose
1043RosabelleNoted protector. Also a variant of Rose: Horse; fame.
1044Rosalbawhite rose
1045RosalinaRose / thorn bush, rose, pink
1046RosanneRose / bush
1047RossaRed
1048RoxanneDawn.
1049RufinRed;
1050RufusRed;
1051Ruminaprotectress of sleeping babys
1052RuzenaRose
1053SabinaSabine, woman
1054SabineOf the tribe of the Sabines, from Sabine, Italy
1055SabinusFrom Sabine, Italy
1056Sabinyfrom sabine
1057Sabriafrom cyprus
1058Sachinprecious
1059Sagittariusthe archer
1060Salaciawife of neptune
1061Saleenfrom a salty place
1062SalenaVariant of Sally (from Sarah: princess).
1063Salineprincess)
1064SalvaWise
1065SalvatorSaviour
1066SalviaWise
1067SalvinaDerivation of Lat. Salvus 'keep safe', see also Salves. A reserved. an ad from birth.
1068SalviniaWise
1069SaminaHealthy
1070SantaSaint, Holy
1071ScholasticaScholar
1072Scorpiothe scorpion
1073SebastianMasculinity
1074SebastianeMajestic
1075SebastianusMajestic
1076SebastienMajestic
1077Sebastynhonoured above all others
1078Septimathe seventh
1079SeraSeraphim
1080Serafinanoble, flaming
1081SerenaSerene, Calm
1082Serenetranquil
1083SerenoCalm, Serene
1084SergioServant
1085Sergiosattendant
1086Sergiuszattendant
1087Seriozhaattendant
1088SeverinoSevere
1089Sewerynstrand
1090SibylWoman
1091SideFrisian name. Shortening of a Germanic name with Sigi-, Si-(see sig-) with the second paragraph one-d at the beginning (eg, days, Frisian-di,-dei) or at the end, compare the first part of Siddeburen the city, ancient form: Syerdeberth (with the name Siard).
1092Sideraluminous
1093SidoniaFollower of Saint Denys.
1094SidraStar Born
1095SigniaSign
1096SilFrom the forest
1097SilasVariant of Sylvanus from a Greek name meaning 'forest; woods.' In the bible Silas was a missionary companion of Paul and Timothy.
1098SilioFrom the forest
1099Silkaimpaired
1100Silkieimpaired
1101SillFrom the forest
1102SilosFrom the forest
1103SilvaForest
1104SilvanaNoble (nobility)
1105SilverioVariant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees.
1106SilvesterTrees; sylvan. See also Sylvester and Silvano.
1107SilviaOf The Forest
1108Simeonlistening, questioning
1109SinaSon Of Mount Sinai
1110Sinopedaughter of ares
1111SonyaWisdom
1112StanislavaRuler
1113Suadaconviction
1114Susannawater lily
1115Syllisa nymph
1116SylvaWooded;
1117SylvanNoble (nobility)
1118SylvanaNoble (nobility)
1119SylvaniaNoble (nobility)
1120SylvanusForest
1121SylviaForest
1122Symaethismother of ads
1123TacySilent
1124Tanaquilworshipped in the home
1125Tavitaeighth
1126TefiaEarth
1127Templatemple or sanctuary
1128TerenceOld form of the Roman clan name Terrance.
1129TerrenceRoman clan name.
1130Terrenesmooth
1131TessAbbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.
1132Thelxepeiaa siren
1133Thelxiepeiaa siren
1134TiaraCrown
1135TierraEarth
1136Tigrisfrom the tigris
1137Tigrisiafrom the tigris
1138Tirynsaunt of hercules
1139Titaprotector of the people
1140Uiseannconqueror
1141UlyssesWalker
1142Undinaof the waves
1143UndineWater nympf
1144UrbanFrom The City
1145Urbaniaborn of the city
1146Urzulabear
1147ValarieOn
1148Valenavaliant
1149Valenestrong
1150ValentiaStrength, bravery
1151ValentinaBrave.
1152ValentinoBrave or strong.
1153ValentynStrong, healthy
1154Valeravaliant
1155ValerianStrength, bravery
1156Valeriivaliant
1157Valerijsvaliant
1158Valeriusstrong, healthy, affect
1159ValeryOn
1160Valorabravery
1161ValorousBrave
1162VarianVariable
1163VegaStooping Eagle
1164VeitLife
1165Vergilflowering
1166VerityTruth.
1167Vernatruth
1168VerneSurname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern.
1169VernonAlder tree grove. Aristocratic surname brought to England at the time of the Norman conquest.
1170VernusYouthful
1171VestaGoddess Of The Hearth
1172VicVictor
1173VictorVictor
1174VictoriaVictor
1175VictorienVictorious, Victorious, conqueror
1176VictorinWinner, Conqueror
1177VidaDiminutive of Davina: Beloved or friend. Feminine form of David.Feminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew.
1178ViennaFrom Wine Country
1179Vigiliaalert
1180Viktorasconqueror
1181VinzenzVictor
1182Virdiayoung and budding
1183Virgilthe youthful
1184Virgiliastaff bearer
1185VirginaGirl
1186VirginiaChaste; virginal.
1187Virtusvirtue
1188VitalInspiring
1189Vitasalive, vital
1190Vitenkaconqueror
1191VitiaLife
1192VitusLife
1193VivecaFull of life
1194Viviliving
1195Vivialiving
1196Vivianlively, full of life
1197Vivienlively, full of life
1198VivienneLively.
1199Volupiasensual pleasure
1200Vukangod of fire
1201Wicekconqueror
1202Wicusconqueror
1203Willaprotector
1204Wincentconqueror
1205WitInspiring
1206Yabellovable
1207Yolandaviolet
1208YorkFrom The Town Of Eburos
1209YulenkaYoung
1210YulenkeYoung
1211YuliYouthful
1212YuliaYouthful, Downy
1213Zeawheat
1214ZephyrusWesterly
1215ZerlinaCreated Name
1216ZinniaFlower name.
1217Zorianhappy

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