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Baby Names Ending with -nta for Girls

"NTA" baby names ending with -nta are used more often as feminine names.

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

[Amaranta, .. 3 more] Var. of Amarantha 1 Root fr. Greek language. "Unfading." Adaranta, Amaranada and Amaranna are kreatif forms. ..

Aminta [Amynta, Eminta, Minta, .. 2 more] 2 Derived fr. Greek language. "Defender and vindicator." Not Top 1000 names.

Araminta 3 .. Invented by an 18th century English .. Rare, with the feminine-sounding -ta suffix like Angeleta. See also Arminda.

Argenta 4 Root fr. Latin word. "Silver." Unique. Argenta, like Arnita, uses the feminine -ta ending. See also Argene. ..

Arminta 5 Possibly related to the Greek name .. Not in Top 1000. See also Armine.

[Ashanta, Ashaunta, .. 13 more] Var. of Ashanti 6 Derivative of Ghanaian. .. Today, names associated with the empire .. Not Top 1000 names.

Assunta 7 Derivative of Latin word. "Assumption (of the Virgin Mary into Heaven)." Uncommon, with the feminine -ta ending like Alvarita. See also Ashanta. ..

Atalanta [Atlanta, .. 1 more] 8 Origin fr. Greek. "Secure, immovable." Outside Top 1000.

[Chanta, Chaunta, Shaunta, Shawnta, Shonta, .. 68 more] Var. of Chantal 9 Origin fr. Old French. "Stone." Unique, with the -ta suffix for Chanta, Shaunta, etc. like Shakeita.

[Constanta, .. 29 more] Var. of Constance 10 Origin fr. Latin element. "Constant, steadfast." Uncommon. Constanta, like Calesta, ends with the feminine-sounding -ta. ..

[Crescenta, .. 6 more] Var. of Crescent 11 Derived fr. Old French, Latin languages. "Increasing, growing." Rare, with the common -ta ending for Crescenta like Carmaletta.

Crisanta [Chrisanta, Chrissanta, .. 3 more] 12 Based on Greek language. "Golden flower." Not in Top 1000.

[Diamanta, .. 4 more] Var. of Diamond 13 Based on English. "Of high value; brilliant." Unusual, with the feminine -ta suffix for Diamanta like Damita.

Fuensanta [Fuenta] 14 Stems fr. Spanish. "Holy fountain." Not in popularity charts.

Giacinta [Jacinta, Yacinta, .. 5 more] 15 Origin fr. Italian, Greek. "Hyacinth." Rare, with the -ta suffix for Giacinta, Jacinta, Yacinta like Gerta.

[Giacinta, Jacenta, Jacinta, .. 16 more] Var. of Hyacinth 16 Root fr. Greek language. Name of a flower and a .. Uncommon. Giacinta, Jacenta, Jacinta (cf. Jocinta) ends with -ta.

[Innocenta, Inocenta, .. 3 more] Var. of Inocencia 17 Source fr. Spanish word. "Innocence." Not in popularity charts.

[Iolanta, .. 8 more] Form of Iolanthe 18 Derived fr. Greek. "Violet flower." Not Top 1000 name. See also Iolande. ..

[Jacenta, Jacinta, .. 18 more] Forms of Jacinda 19 Derived fr. Spanish, Greek languages. Variant of Hyacinth, a flower name. Unique. Jacenta, Jacinta (cf. Juniata) uses the favored feminine-sounding -ta suffix.

[Jocinta, .. 42 more] Form of Jocelyn 20 Root fr. Old German word. "A member of the German tribe, the Gauts." Rare, with the -ta suffix for Jocinta like Johnetta. See also Jacinth. ..

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -nta names for girls.

Amarantha - Jocelyn
Amarantha [Amaranta], Aminta [Minta, Amynta, Eminta], Araminta, Argenta, Arminta, Ashanti [Ashanta, Ashaunta], Assunta, Atalanta [Atlanta], Chantal [Shonta, Chanta, Chaunta, Shaunta, Shawnta], Constance [Constanta], Crescent [Crescenta], Crisanta [Chrisanta, Chrissanta], Diamond [Diamanta], Fuensanta [Fuenta], Giacinta [Jacinta, Yacinta], Hyacinth [Jacinta, Jacenta, Giacinta], Inocencia [Inocenta, Innocenta], Iolanthe [Iolanta], Jacinda [Jacenta, Jacinta], Jocelyn [Jocinta]

Jolan - Yolanda
Jolan [Jolanta], Minta, Oneonta, Santana [Santa], Shaneika [Shanta], Shantelle [Shanta], Shanti [Shanta], Vincentia [Vicenta, Vincenta], Violet [Jolanta, Violanta], Yolanda [Jolanta]