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Biblical Names for girls
Page 1/14. The Old and New Testament have been studied in the search of names of respectable figures, with the belief from parents that such names could shape their children's character. 134 Biblical names and what they mean, for biblical, testament, bible for females. Here is the list of Biblical names for boys. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1995 and are almost as popular today, but with names like Edna, Lois, Bernice, Judith and Marlene falling out of fashion. The trendier baby names in this list are Hadassah (#700), Ada (#382), Eve (#460), Ariel (#133) and Esther (#203).
Abigail .. Biblical: the name of King David's third wife, described as "good in discretion and beautiful in form" ..
Abra .. Biblical: King Solomon's favorite concubine was named Abra ..
Acacia .. Biblical: acacia wood was used to build the Ark of the Covenant ..
Ada .. A pet form of Adele and Adelaide, or also possibly a Latinate variant of the biblical Hebrew name Adah meaning "adornment" ..
Adah .. Biblical name: name of the wives of Lamech and Esau ..
Abigail (Top 88%), Ada (Top 93%) and Adah (Top 23%) are common first names, while Abra and Acacia are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for girls
[Abigail - Adah]
[Adamina - Azania]
[Azaria - Beulah]
[Candace - Comfort]
[Corinthia - Eden]
[Edna - Hadassah]
[Hagar - Jecolia]
[Jemima - Jubilee]
[Judith - Lycia]
[Lydia - Michal]
[Miriam - Paradisa]
[Persis - Salome]
[Sapphire - Tamara]
[Tirzah - Zohra]
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