Ianthe, var. Iantha, Ianthia, Ianthina, means "violet flower". Not Top 1000 names.
Iberia, var. Ibeeria. Not in Top 1000.
Ida▼, var. Idette, Idania, means "hardworking". Uncommon. Ida (cf. Synda, Gerda) ends with the popular feminine -da.
Idalia, means "behold the sun". Outside Top 1000. See also Adalia.
Idelle, var. Idella▼, Idelisa, means "bountiful". Usage of Idella as a baby name has decreased since 1890-1899.
Idina, means "from Edinburgh, Scotland". Rare. Idina, like Haroldina, Goldina, ends with the familiar feminine-sounding -dina. See also Idonea.
Idona, var. Iduna, Idone, Idonna, Idonea, Idonah, Idonie, means "hardworking". Unconventional. Compare Idona with popular last names Ordona (top 36%), Iacona (30%), which also end with -ona.
Idra, means "fig tree". Not Top 1000 name.
Idris, means "fiery leader; prophet". Unisex name. Idris is not a Top 1000 name.
Iduna, var. Idunna, Idonia, means "loving one". Outside Top 1000.
Ieesha, var. Iesha▼, Ieasha, Ieeshah, Ieashia, Ieashiah, means "alive and well". Common. Compare Ieesha, Ieasha, Iesha and popular surnames Pisha (upper 71%), Gosha (16%), with the -sha suffix.
Ignacia, var. Iniga, Ignazia, Ignatia. Unusual. Compare Ignacia and common -cia last names Mancia (top 8%), Pacia (50%).
Igraine, var. Igrayne. Rare, but Igraine is comparable to popular surnames Baine (upper 12%), Kaine (26%), which also end with -aine.
Ila▼, var. Isla, Ilanys, Ilanis, means "island". Popular, and Ila, Ilanis, Ilanys are comparable to common Il- last names Ilan (top 99%), Ill (41%).
Ilana, var. Illa, Ilane, Iliana, Ileana, Ilania, Ilanit, Ileanna, Ilianna, means "tree". Common, with usage of 0.0189% for Ilana, Ilianna, etc. as children's names in 2014, but lower than 0.0238% a year ago.
Ilaria, means "cheerful, happy". Ilaria is unusual as a feminine name, occurring often (upper 59%) as a surname.
Ilene▼, var. Ila▼, Ilena, Ileen, Ilean, Ileene. Not in Top 1000.
Iliana, var. Illia, Ileane, Ileana, Illiana, Illeana, Ileanne, Ileanna, Illionya, Illianna, Illeanna, means "Trojan". Adoption of Iliana and forms grew in 2007 and is almost as widespread now.
Ilima, means "the flower of Oahu". Rare as a baby name, but Ilima is similar to the more popular Ilona. See also Ulima.
Ilka, var. Ilke, means "flattering, hardworking". Not Top 1000 names.
Ilona, var. Ilone, Ilonna, Ilonka, Illona, means "sun ray". Ilona, Ilonna, etc. are rarely used as children's names.
Ilse, var. Ilsa, Ilisa, Ilsae, Illsa, Ilsaie, means "God is my oath". Ilisa, Illsa, Ilsa, Ilsae and Ilsaie are more unusual as variations of Ilse.
Ima▼, means "entire, universal". Popular. Compare Ima with common -ma surnames Cama (upper 36%), Wyma (42%). See also Iona.
Iman, var. Imani, means "belief, faith". Iman and Imani became less trendy in 2014, falling on average -9 rankings as birth names with Imani leading the decline.
Imelda, var. Imalda, means "universal battle". Imelda is widely used as a variation.
Immaculada, var. Imacolata, Imaculada, Immacolate, Immaculate, means "without stain". Not in Top 1000.
Imogen, var. Imojeen, Imojean, Imogine, Imogene▼, Imogenia, means "maiden". Popular. Compare Imogen and common -ogen surnames Mogen (top 48%), Krogen (73%).
Imperia, var. Imperatrix, means "imperial". Rare. Imperia (cf. Wisteria, Eleutheria) ends with the favored feminine-sounding -eria.
Ina▼. Rare. Ina, like Roshana, Cristianna, ends with the popular feminine -na. See also Ira.
Inaya, var. Iynaia, Inayaat, means "care, protection". Unusual. Inaya, like Enaya, Amaya, ends with the familiar feminine -aya.