What does Genevra mean?
Genevra [genevra] as a name for girls is of Old French and Welsh derivation, and the name Genevra means "juniper tree; fair and smooth". Genevra is a version of Geneva (Old French): name of the Swiss city. Genevra is also a variant of Ginevra (Italian, Welsh). Genevra is also used as a variant of Guinevere (Welsh).
Genevra has 1 variant: Genivra.
19 more alternative forms via Geneva, Ginevra, Guinevere: Gena▼, Genever, Genevia, Genevre, Geniver, Genna, Genovefa, Genoveva, Ginebra, Ginevre, Guenever, Guenevere, Gwenevere, Gwennora, Gwenora, Janeva, Janevra, Jineva and Joneva.Creative forms:
(female) Anevra, Nanevra, ..
(male) Genevan, Genevon, .. Middle name pairings:
Genevra Danica (G.D.), ..
How popular is Genevra?
Genevra is a rare first name for females. Genevra is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Genevra was first listed in 1880-1889 and reached its top rank of #1916 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular related forms of Genevra are Geneva (#1219 in recent rankings), Guinevere (#1336), Genoveva, Genna, Genevia and Gena. Usage of these forms of Genevra was widespread among parents during the years 1920-1929 (adoption of 0.2%) and has become much lower since, with versions such as Geneva becoming somewhat dated.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Debera, Deedra, Deetra, Demetra, Devra, Gavra, Geela, Geena, Geenia, Geenya, Geerda (see Gerda), Geeta, Geleexa, Gemella, Genara, Genaya, Gene▼, Geneesta, Genesia, Genesis▲, Genessa, Genette, Geneve, Genevie, Genia, Genisa, Genisia, Genista, Genivee, Gennara, Gennivre, Genovera, Genya, Gevira, Ginara, Ginella, Ginetta, Gweneira, Gwenetta, Gwyneira, Jenara, Jeneva, Jennara, Keera, Kefeera (see Kefira), Kefeira, Kendra, Kenndra, Leeora, Lenora▼, Lenorra, Meera, Menora, Needra, Neera, Nemera, Veera and Zefeera. These names tend to be more frequently used than Genevra.See names in meaning and etymology.