[Auberthe, .. 29 more] Var. of Alberta 6 Root fr. Old English element. "Noble, bright." Rare as a baby name. ..
[Amaranthe, .. 3 more] Var. of Amarantha 7 Derivative of Greek word. "Unfading." The variant form Amaranthe is unconventional as a female name. ..
[Anouche, .. 95 more] Var. of Ann 8 Root fr. Hebrew element. "He (God) has favored me." Rare as a baby name. ..
[Anthe, .. 8 more] Var. of Anthea 9 Derived fr. Greek language. "Flowery." The version Anthe is unconventional as a women's name. See also Andie. ..
[Berthe, .. 20 more] Var. of Bertha 10 Stems fr. Old German word. "Bright, famous." Seldom used as a given name for baby girls. See also Bartha.
[Blanche▼, .. 9 more] Var. of Bianca 11 Derived fr. Italian element. "White, pure." The variation Blanche is more prevalent as a baby name among the different forms of the name. ..
Blanche▼ 12 Root fr. Old French, Old German elements. "White, pure." Somewhat uncommon as a name for babies, Blanche is on the other hand found fairly commonly as a last name. See also Blancha.
Blythe [Blithe] 13 Derived fr. Old English element. "Blithe, cheerful, carefree." The version Blythe is frequently occurring (Top 66%) as a women's name, while Blithe is unconventional comparatively, Blythe appearing regularly (Top 5%) as a surname in the US Census.
[Brighe, .. 1 more] Var. of Bree 14 Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic word. Anglicized form of the Irish Gaelic name Bríghe, a variant of Brighid (see Bridget) .. The variation Brighe is unique as a women's name. See also Bright.
[Calanthe, .. 8 more] Var. of Calantha 15 Derived fr. Greek element. "Beautiful flower." The version Calanthe is unconventional as a women's name. See also Calandre.