Zahara, var. Zahra, means "flowering; shining". Uncommon as a girls' name. The variation Zahra is common as a variant form of Zahara.
Zahavah, var. Zahava, Zehavit, Zehavah, Zechava, Zachava, Zachavah, means "gilded". Zahavah is infrequently used as a given name.
Zahira, var. Zahirah, Zaheera, means "brilliant, shining". Zahira is an intermittently used given name. See also Zohara.
Zahra, var. Zahrah, means "white; flower". Zahra is a scantly used feminine name, occurring regularly (Top 85%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Zohara.
Zaida, var. Zada▼, Zayda, Zadie, Zayeeda, means "prosperous, fortunate". Usage of Zaida as a given name for baby girls is somewhat irregular now. Zaida is still found frequently as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The form Zadie is common as a variation of the name.
Zaina, var. Zana, Zenia, Zayna, Zahna, Zaynah. An uncommon given name for girls. The variation Zenia is widely used as a variant form of this name.
Zakiya, var. Zakia, Zakyla, Zakiah, means "pure". Zakiya is scantly used as a women's name. See also Jakiya.
Zalika, means "well-born". An uncommon girls' name. See also Zalia.
Zandra, var. Zandy, Zandie, Zondra, Zohndra, Zanndra, Zahndra. Infrequently used as a birth name for girls nowadays, though found regularly as a first name among females of all ages in the US Census. See also Pandra.
Zaneta, var. Zanita, Zanetta. Zaneta is scarce as a women's name. See also Zanda.
Zanna, var. Zana, Zanne, Zannie. An unusual name for children. The variation Zana is familiar as a variant form of this name.
Zara▲, var. Zary, Zaira, Zayra, Zaria▼, Zarah, Zarria, Zarina, Zariah▲, Zayeera, Zarinda, means "radiance". Zara is an unconventional given name. The variation Zariah is popular as a form of this name.
Zarina, var. Zareen, Zareena, means "golden". Zarina is a rarely occurring first name. See also Zorana.
Zarya, var. Zaria▼. Zarya is rarely used as a feminine name. The form Zaria is prevalent as a version of the name.
Zea, means "grain". Uncommon as a name for babies, Zea occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Zoia.
Zefira, var. Zifira, means "morning". Zefira is unusual as a women's name. See also Zefir.
Zelda▼, var. Zelde, Zellda. Usage of the name Zelda as a name for newborns has decreased over the years since 1910-1919. See also Zelma.
Zelenia, var. Zelenya, Zelaina. Unusual as a given name. See also Zelene.
Zelia, var. Zele, Zelie, Zalia, Zelina, Zeline, Zelene, Zaylia, Zailie, Zelleana. Zelia is sparsely used as a women's name. See also Zoelie.
Zelma▼, var. Zelima, means "helmet of God". Zelma has decreased in popularity as a given name for baby girls over time since 1900. See also Zulema.
Zena▼, var. Zina, Zenia, Zeena, Zenya, Zeenya, Zeenia, means "guest, stranger". Zena has waned in favor as a birth name over the years since 1880-1889. The variation Zina is widely used as a variant form of this name.
Zenaide, var. Zenaida, means "life of Zeus". Zenaide is a rarely occurring female name. The variation Zenaida is widely used as a variant form of Zenaide.
Zenobia, var. Zeba, Zena▼, Zenda, Zenna, Zeena, Zenina, Zenobie, Zenaide, Zenaida, Zenayda, means "life of Zeus". A somewhat irregularly used birth name for females nowadays, but existing regularly as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. The variation Zenaida is commonly used as a variant form of Zenobia.
Zephyr, var. Zefir, Zephyra, Zefeera, Zephira, Zefiryn, Zephyrine, Zephirine, means "west wind". Unusual as a name for babies, Zephyr is used more frequently as a surname. Name applicable for both girls and boys.
Zerlinda, var. Zerlina, means "beautiful dawn". Unusual as a name for babies.
Zetta▼, var. Zeta, Zetana, means "olive". Zetta is a commonplace (Top 84%) women's name. See also Zita.
Zhane▼, var. Zhanae, Zhanaya. Zhane is atypical as a women's name. See also Zhade.
Zia, var. Zea, means "light, splendor; grain". Zia is an infrequently used given name, occurring regularly (Top 60%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Zoie.
Zigana, var. Ziganna, means "gypsy". Atypical as a given name. See also Zuzana.
Zilla, var. Zila, Zylia, Zillah, means "shadow". Uncommon as a name for baby girls, Zilla is found more frequently as a surname. See also Zola.