Rashida, var. Rashyda, Rasheda, Rashidah, Rasheida, Rasheeda, Rasheedah, means "rightly guided". Rashida is a familiar (Top 45%) first name. The variation Rasheeda is familiar as a variant form of this name.
Raven▲, var. Ravyn, Ravina, Rayven, Rayvinn, Rayvenne. Both a feminine and a masculine name. Raven is conventional (Top 32%) as a first name, and it appears commonly (Top 12%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Rawnie, means "lady". Uncommon as a birth name. See also Ronnie.
Razia, means "contented". An uncommon name for girls. See also Ruzsa.
Ray▼, var. Raye, Rayla, Raylene. Also used as a boys' name. Ray is common (Top 32%) as a feminine name, and it occurs commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The form Raylene is commonly used as a version of the name.
Raya, means "friend". Unusual as a baby name, occurring more frequently as a last name. See also Rye.
Rayna, var. Reina, Raina▼, Rayne, Reyna▲, Raynee, means "counsel; song". The variant form Reyna has grown increasingly popular as a name for newborns since 1880. The forms Reyna and Raina are commonly used as versions of this name.
Rebecca, var. Ree, Reba▼, Rivi, Riva, Rivy, Rivka, Rebba, Reeba, Rivah, Rheba, .. 30 more, means "to bind". The variant form Rebekah has surged in popularity over time since 1880-1889. The forms Riva, Rebeca and Becky are commonplace as variations of the name.
Reed, var. Reid, Read, Reida, Reade, means "red-haired". Name suited for both girls and boys. Reed is scarcely used as a first name, and it occurs commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Refugia. Unusual as a birth name for girls nowadays, but recorded frequently as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census.
Regan▼, var. Ragan, Rhegan, Reghan, Reagan▲, Raegan▲. The variant forms Reagan and Raegan have risen in popularity as girls' names over time since 1880-1889. Name applicable for both girls and boys. The variation Reagan is commonplace as a form of this name.
Regina▼, var. Rina, Reina, Riona, Reggi, Reine, Raine, Regan▼, Reyna▲, Raina▼, Reggie, .. 10 more, means "queen". The variant form Reyna has grown progressively more popular as a birth name since 1880-1889. The variations Rina, Reginia and Regan are commonly used as variant forms of the name.
Reina, var. Reyna▲, Reynalda, Reynelle, Reinette, Reinelle, Reinella, means "queen". Reina is a commonplace (Top 28%) women's name, and it appears regularly (Top 12%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Reynalda is commonly used as a form of Reina.
Rella. Usage of Rella as a given name is somewhat irregular. Rella is used more often as a last name. See also Rayla.
Remedios, means "remedy, help". Distinctive as a name for girls nowadays, but existing regularly as a first name among the female populace in the US Census.
Remy, var. Remi▲, Rhemy, Remie, Remmy, means "from Rheims". Both a feminine and a masculine name. Remy is an infrequently used first name, appearing frequently (Top 9%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Remi is commonplace as a variant form of the name.
Renata▲, var. Rene▼, Renee▼, Ranae, Ranay, Renie, Renae▼, Renisa, Renita▼, Renise, Rennie, .. 6 more, means "reborn". Renata is familiar (Top 32%) as a female name. The variations Renita, Rene and Ranae are commonplace as variant forms of Renata.
Renee▼, var. Rene▼, Ranae, Renne, Renie, Renny, Renay, Ranee, Ranay, Renae▼, Rennie, .. 9 more, means "reborn". Renee is a common (Top 4%) women's name, and it appears regularly (Top 39%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Renita, Renata and Ranae are commonly used as forms of Renee.
Renske, means "reborn". Unusual as a girls' name. See also Renise.
Reseda, means "mignonette flower". Uncommon as a name for babies. See also Rasheda.