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Girl Names Ending with -tha

Tha ending baby names and what they mean, with 69 results. -tha names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its most widespread 135 years ago (adoption of 3.1%) and is now much less (adoption 0.47%, 84.8%), with names like Tabatha becoming less trendy. Mcgatha (top 39%) and Botha (44%) are conventional -tha last names.

-tha names

Agatha - Chrisantha | Chrysantha - Gretha | Gustha - Philantha | Robertha - Yelizavetha

Agatha - Chrisantha

Agatha and variantsAgatha, var. Agetha, Agotha
Derived fr. Greek language. "Good, honorable." Common, and Agatha, Agetha, Agotha are similar to popular -ha surnames Agha (upper 23%), Arocha (13%).

Alberta and variantsAlbertha, Aubertha, Elbertha
Var. of Alberta. Based on Old English element. "Noble, bright." Aubertha and Elbertha are more unique as birth names among the forms of Alberta.

Form of Alethea. Stems fr. Greek language. "Verity, truth." Aletha grew in popularity a century ago. See also Alletta.

Althea and variantsAltha1, Eltha
Forms of Althea. Stems fr. Greek. "Healing herb." Altha and forms were popular as birth names in the 1890s, but now, Altha has fallen out of fashion.

Form of Alta. Origin fr. Latin element. "High, elevated." Altha is generally used as a children's name among the forms of Alta. See also Alida.

.. Also a short form of Samantha. Amantha was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Amynta.

Stems fr. Greek word. "Unfading." Adarantha and Amirantha are creative forms.

Aretha and variantsAretha, var. Arletha1, Laretha, Oretha, Reatha, Retha
Based on Greek. "Excellence; righteous." Aretha, Arletha, Oretha, Reatha and Retha are more familiar as children's names compared to Laretha.

Var. of Arlene. .. Possibly feminine form of Arlen, from .. Arletha soared in popularity in the 1920s. See also Aretha.

Root fr. Hindi element. "Riches." Uncommon, with the -ha suffix, like Anusha, Aletha. See also Ardia.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tha names: Agatha, Albertha, Aletha, Altha, Aretha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tha names: Arletha, Atha, Bertha, Betha, Birtha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tha names: Eltha, Oretha, Reatha, Retha

Form of Athalia. Derived fr. Hebrew language. "The Lord is exalted." Less used today. Atha was last found in 1930-1939 in the Top 2000. See also Athie.

Root fr. Old German language. "Shining, brilliant." Barsha is a marginally favored birth name. See also Eartha.

Bertha and variantsBertha, var. Birtha
From Old German. "Bright, famous." Less popular today. Bertha was the version last appearing (2001) in the Top 2000.

Stems fr. Celtic language. "Life." Less widespread today. Betha was last listed in the 1880s in the Top 2000. See also Bethia.

Calantha, var. Kalantha
Origin fr. Greek. "Beautiful flower." Calantha and Kalantha are atypical first names.

Stems fr. Latin. "Golden flower." Rare, with the common -ha suffix, like Claretha, Carlisha. See also Catha.

Form of Carla. From Old German language. "Free man." Not that common as a birth name. See also Charletta.

Form of Carmel. Source fr. Hebrew element. "Garden, orchard." Not in Top 2000.

Catha, Katha
Var. of Catherine. Root fr. Greek element. "Pure." Not in Top 2000.

Chrisantha, Chrissantha, Chryssantha
Forms of Crisanta. From Greek language. "Golden flower." Unique. Chrisantha, Chrissantha and Chryssantha are not found in the US Census.

Quick Reference

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

1. Agatha - Chrisantha
Agatha [Agetha, Agotha], Alberta [Albertha, Aubertha, Elbertha], Alethea [Aletha], Althea [Altha, Eltha], Alta [Altha], Amantha, Amarantha, Aretha [Retha, Oretha, Reatha, Laretha, ..], Arlene [Arletha], Artha, Athalia [Atha], Bartha, Bertha [Birtha], Betha, Calantha [Kalantha], Caltha, Carla [Carletha], Carmel [Carmelitha], Catherine [Catha, Katha], Crisanta [Chrisantha, Chrissantha, Chryssantha]

Krysanthe [Chrysantha], Chrysantha, Hyacinth [Cintha, Jacintha, Hyacintha], Cynthia [Cyntha, Syntha, Cintha, Diantha], Clara [Claretha], Cliantha [Cleantha, Kliantha], Diantha, Dianthe [Diantha], Dorothy [Dortha, Doritha, Dorotha], Eartha [Ertha, Hertha], Edith [Editha, Edytha, Eidytha], Egberta [Egbertha], Elberta [Elbertha], Elixyvett [Elixyvetha], Yolanda [Eolantha, Iolantha, Jolantha, Yolantha], Ethel [Etha], Jacinda [Jacyntha, Jacintha, Giacintha], Giacinta [Jacintha, Yacintha, Giacintha, Jiacintha], Gilberte [Gilbertha], Greta [Gretha]

Gustava [Gustha], Gytha [Githa], Hertha [Ertha, Eartha], Ianthe [Iantha], Iolanthe [Iolantha, Jolantha, Yolantha], Violet [Jolantha, Yolantha], Jolan [Jolantha], Judith [Juditha], Katherine [Katha], Kathleen [Katha], Keitha, Laura [Lauretha], Letitia [Letha], Letha [Leitha], Martha [Matha, Mirtha], Mirta [Mirtha, Meertha], Melanie [Melantha], Melantha [Mallantha], Olethea [Oletha], Philantha

Roberta [Robertha], Sabetha [Betha], Samantha [Semantha, Simantha, Symantha, Semanntha, ..], Tabitha [Tabetha, Tabotha, Tabytha, Tabbitha, ..], Tacy [Tacitha], Talitha [Taletha, Taleetha], Uberta [Ubertha], Xanthe [Xantha, Zantha], Yelisabeta [Yelizavetha]

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