Baby Names starting with Q for girls

Baby Names from A to Z

Qiturah, var. Qeturah, Quetura, Queturah, means "incense, scent". Qiturah is sparsely used as a female name.

Queena, var. Queen, Quenna, Queenie, means "queen". Usage of Queenie and Queen as birth names has declined over the years since 1880-1889. The variation Queenie is common as a variant form of the name.

Quenby, var. Quinby, Quinbie, Quenbie, means "queen's settlement". Quenby is a rare female name.

Querida, means "beloved, darling". Not widely used as a given name for girls.

Questa, means "one who seeks". A baby name which is not predominantly used. See also Quesia.

Quiana, var. Qiana, Quianna, Quiyanna, means "silky". Somewhat infrequently used as a name for babies nowadays, but Quiana is still recorded regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The variation Qiana is commonplace as a variant form of the name.

Queta. A name for baby girls which is not predominantly used. See also Questa.

Quilla, var. Quylla, means "feather". Quilla is rarely occurring as a first name.

Quinn, var. Quin, Quincy, Quincey, means "counsel". Gender-neutral name. Quinn is commonplace (Top 86%) as a female name, appearing commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Quincey, var. Quincy, Quinci, Quinsy, Quincie, means "estate of the fifth son". A birth name that is only intermittently used, Quincey exists more frequently as a surname. A name used for both sexes.

Quintana. A name for children that is not usually used, Quintana exists more commonly as a surname. See also Quintona.

Quintina, var. Quentina, Quintana, Quintona, Quintessa, Quintonice, Quintonette, means "fifth". Not frequently used as a name for newborns.

Quirina, means "warrior". Only sporadically used as a name for newborns.