Names ending with -nta from Assunta - Shantelle

Page 2/3. 29 -nta grouped names ending with -nta for females. Listing 6-25.


Assunta 6 From Latin element. "Assumption (of the Virgin Mary into Heaven)." Slightly uncommon as a girls' name now, but Assunta still exists regularly as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census. See also Ashaunta. ..

Atalanta [Atlanta, .. 1 more] 7 Based on Greek language. "Secure, immovable." The variant forms Atalanta and Atlanta are unconventional as feminine names.

[Chanta, Chaunta, Shaunta, Shawnta, Shonta, .. 68 more] Var. of Chantal 8 From Old French language. "Stone." The variant forms Shaunta (Top 83%), Shawnta (92%) and Shonta (78%) are familiar as female names, while Chanta and Chaunta are scarce in comparison.

[Constanta, .. 29 more] Form of Constance 9 Source fr. Latin word. "Constant, steadfast." The variant form Constanta is an unusual given name. ..

[Crescenta, .. 6 more] Form of Crescent 10 Origin fr. Old French, Latin words. "Increasing, growing." The variant form Crescenta is scarce as a first name.

Crisanta [Chrisanta, Chrissanta, .. 3 more] 11 Based on Greek element. "Golden flower." The forms Chrisanta, Chrissanta and Crisanta are uncommon women's names.

[Diamanta, .. 4 more] Var. of Diamond 12 From English element. "Of high value; brilliant." The variation Diamanta is intermittently used as a given name.

Fuensanta [Fuenta] 13 Source fr. Spanish word. "Holy fountain." The versions Fuensanta and Fuenta are unique as feminine names.

Giacinta [Jacinta, Yacinta, .. 5 more] 14 Origin fr. Italian word. "Hyacinth." The variation Jacinta is commonplace (Top 41%) as a female name, while Giacinta and Yacinta are infrequently used in comparison.

[Giacinta, Jacenta, Jacinta, .. 16 more] Var. of Hyacinth 15 Based on Greek element. Name of a flower and a .. The variant form Jacinta is conventional (Top 41%) as a female name, while Giacinta and Jacenta are unique comparatively.

[Innocenta, Inocenta, .. 3 more] Var. of Inocencia 16 From Spanish language. "Innocence." The versions Innocenta and Inocenta are atypical female names.

[Iolanta, .. 8 more] Var. of Iolanthe 17 Based on Greek language. "Violet flower." Scarcely used as a given name. See also Jolanta. ..

[Jacenta, Jacinta, .. 18 more] Var. of Jacinda 18 From Spanish language. Variant of Hyacinth (Greek) .. The variant form Jacenta is an atypical female name, while Jacinta is recognizable comparatively.

[Jocinta, .. 43 more] Form of Jocelyn 19 Source fr. Old German word. "A member of the German tribe, the Gauts." The variation Jocinta is sparsely used as a women's name. See also Jacinta. ..

[Jolanta, .. 6 more] Var. of Jolan 20 From Greek language. "Violet flower." The version Jolanta is a scarce first name. See also Jolinda. ..

Minta 21 Short form of Aminta .. Slightly uncommon as a baby name now, though Minta is still found regularly as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. See also Mindy.

Oneonta 22 Place name .. Oneonta is atypical as a given name.

[Santa] Form of Santana 23 Source fr. Spanish. "Holy." The form Santa is more generally used as a name for babies among the different versions of the name. See also Synda.

[Shanta, .. 23 more] Form of Shaneika 24 Origin fr. American word. Modern name that sounds like Ashanti .. Moderately uncommon as a name for newborns these days, though found regularly as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. See also Shana.

[Shanta, .. 11 more] Form of Shantelle 25 Source fr. Old French word. "Stone." The form Shanta is more prevalent as a name for girls among the various variations of the name. See also Shana. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of -nta names: Assunta, Minta, Santa, Shanta

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