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Girl Names Ending with -rda

Rda ending baby names and what they mean, with 21 results. -rda names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread during 1900-1909, but now, names like Verda has become less trendy. Furda (TOP 57%) and Parda (48%) are popular -rda last names.

-rda names

Arda - Verda | Warda

Arda - Verda


Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Bronze." Arwa is also a marginally prominent kid's name.

Form of Ardelle. .. Also possibly a feminine form of .. Unisex name. Common. Compare Arda with popular -rda surnames Brda (UPPER 94%), Alberda (43%).

Var. of Bernadette. Source fr. French, Old German elements. "Strong, brave bear." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Dara. Derivative of Hebrew word. "Nugget of wisdom." Dardas (TOP 83%), Dardar (16%) are popular last names. See also Varda.

Var. of Edwardine. Derivative of Old English word. "Wealthy guard." Not in popularity charts.

Form of Eartha. Derived fr. Old English element. "Earth." Unusual as a birth name, but Erda is similar to the more popular Eda.

Var. of Hertha. Origin fr. Old English. "Earth." Aerda and Erat are creative forms. See also Edda.

Var. of Gerardine. From Old English word. "Spear brave." Uncommon. Gerarda, like Grenadda, Geerda, ends with -da. See also Geralda.

Gerda and variants

Gerda1, var. Geerda, Garda
Stems fr. Old Norse word. "Shelter." Garda (UPPER 45%) and Gerda (66%) are found commonly as last names.

Var. of Gertrude. From Old German language. "Strong spear." Gerda is prevalent (UPPER 36%) as a first name, and is found frequently (UPPER 66%) as a last name. See also Geerda.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -rda names: Arda, Gerda, Leonarda, Verda


Form of Lenna. Root fr. Old German language. "Lion's strength." Leonarda is common as a girls' name compared to other variations. See also Lennarda.

Leonarda2, var. Lennarda, Lenarda
Derived fr. Old German word. "Lion strength." Less common today. Leonarda was the variation last appearing (the 1920s) in the Top 2000.

Root fr. Latin word. "Scented ointment." Rare as a birth name, but Narda is comparable to the more conventional Naida. See also Warda.

Var. of Nordica. Root fr. Latin. "From the North." Unique. Norda (cf. Negida, Nolanda) has the common -da suffix. See also Nora.

Ricarda, var. Richarda
Stems fr. Old German element. "Powerful leader." Unique, with the -da suffix for Ricarda, Richarda, like Rida, Rolanda.

Var. of Roberta. Source fr. Old English, Old German elements. "Bright fame." Uncommon. Roberda, like Reeda, ends with the androgynous-sounding -da.

Based on Hebrew. "Rose." Varda, like the similar Darda, occurs more often as a surname. See also Valda.


Var. of Vera. Origin fr. Russian, Slavic words. "Faith." A slightly offbeat baby name which is found somewhat regularly as a last name. See also Varda.

Var. of Verde. Based on Spanish language. "Green." Less popular today. Verda last appeared in the 1950s in the Top 2000. See also Vardia.

Var. of Verna. Derived fr. Latin word. "Spring green." A slightly offbeat baby name, Verda is however used somewhat commonly as a surname. See also Velda.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -rda names for girls.

1. Arda - Verda
Arda, Ardelle [Arda], Bernadette [Bernarda], Dara [Darda], Edwardine [Edwarda], Eartha [Erda], Hertha [Erda], Gerardine [Gerarda], Gerda [Garda, Geerda], Gertrude [Gerda], Lenna [Leonarda], Leonarda [Lenarda, Lennarda], Narda, Nordica [Norda], Ricarda [Richarda], Roberta [Roberda], Varda, Vera [Verda], Verde [Verda], Verna [Verda]


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