Aram - Tammy
Page 1/1 of 10 -am grouped names.
Aram 1 Root fr. Tamil word. "Righteous woman." Aram is a rare female name. See also Arin.
[Cam, .. 37 more] Var. of Camilla 2 Derived fr. Latin word. "Helper to the priest." Name applicable for both genders. The form Cam is uncommonly used as a women's name, occurring regularly (Top 35%) as a surname according to the US Census. ..
[Effam, .. 21 more] Var. of Euphemia 3 Root fr. Greek. "Good to speak." The version Effam is rare as a feminine name. ..
[Mariam▲, .. 5 more] Var. of Marian 4 Derivative of French element. Blend of Mary (Latin) star of .. The variation Mariam is a commonplace (Top 33%) female name. See also Maryan.
[Maryam▲, .. 9 more] Var. of Marianne 5 Root fr. French word. A blend of Marie (Latin) star .. The form Maryam is more generally used as a name for baby girls among the different forms of the name. See also Marnya.
Miriam [Mariam▲, Maryam▲, Meriam, Meryam, Mirham, Mirjam, Mirriam, Miryam, Myriam▼, .. 9 more] 7 Root fr. Hebrew word. "Star of the sea." The variant forms Maryam and Mariam have gained in popularity as birth names for females over time since 1880-1889. ..
[Pam▼, .. 15 more] Var. of Pamela 8 Derivative of Greek element. "Honey; all sweetness." Somewhat infrequent as a birth name for girls, Pam is on the other hand found fairly frequently as a last name. See also Pima. ..
[Sam, .. 11 more] Var. of Samantha 9 Root fr. English word. Feminine of Samuel (Hebrew) "God heard" .. Also suitable as a boys' name. The form Sam is more common as a given name for girls among the various variant forms of the name.
[Tam, .. 9 more] Var. of Tammy 10 Derived fr. English word. Short form of Thomasina and Tamara .. A scarce name for babies, existing more conventionally as a surname. Both a feminine and a masculine name.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -am names for girls.
[Aram - Tammy]
Aram, Camilla [Cam], Euphemia [Effam], Marian [Mariam], Marianne [Maryam], Mary [Mariam, Miriam], Miriam [Meryam, Meriam, Maryam, Mirham, Mirjam, Myriam, Miryam, Mirriam], Pamela [Pam], Samantha [Sam], Tammy [Tam]