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Girl Names associated with Black


Names may be associated with a word, eg. Raven is associated with "dark" but does not mean "dark".

Black baby names and what they mean, for black, dark, night, deep, with 64 results. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity 9 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 4.3%) and have remained as common to this day (ADOPTION 3.2%, 24.3%), but with names such as Lela becoming less fashionable. The most fashionable names for newborns in this list are Blake (#423), Kali (#267), Penelope (#34), Violet (#50) and Zelda (#647), while Amayo (TOP 64%) and Violett (28%) are familiar last names. Here is the list of Dark names for boys.

Black names

Amaya - Duana | Ebony - Loelia | Marmara - Thisbe | Titania - Zelda

Amaya - Duana

Source fr. Basque, Japanese elements. "Night rain." Ameya is also a moderately common baby name. Also a place name for a .. [Amaia]

.. as an American Black girl's name. Popular as last names. Compare Angel (UPPER 1%) with common surnames Andel (UPPER 21%), Abeel (64%), which also end with -el. [Angle, Ang, .. 1 more]

.. a nickname for a dark person .. Aphara and Aphla are creative forms. [Afra, .. 2 more]

.. in modern American black families as .. Usage of Ashanti and variants as baby names in 2015 was down 18.1% compared to the year before. [Shauntee, Shantee, Ashantee, Ashantay, Ashantae, Ashanta, .. 10 more]

Root fr. Old English element. "Black, dark; pale." Blake is recognizable (top 98%) as a women's name. Surname used as a given name. [Blakeny, Bladeney, Blakenee, Blakely, Blakelee, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Gaelic language. "Raven or black haired." Brenna, Brynna and Brynne are prevalent as variant forms. Modern use is probably as a .. [Brynne, Brynna, Brenn, Brenie, .. 5 more]

.. cloak with a deep collar, worn .. Unique. Capucine (compare Caitrine) ends with the androgynous-sounding -ne.

.. Gaelic ciar meaning black, and Latin .. Used somewhat frequently as birth names, Carey, Cary, etc. are comparable to the popular Carley. [Cary, .. 1 more]

.. Gaelic ciar meaning black, and Latin .. Cari soared in popularity during 1970-1979. See also Charo.

Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Black." A conventional birth name (#757 A YEAR AGO) that is also found somewhat frequently as a surname. Modern feminine form of Ciaran from .. [Sierra, Kiera, Ciarrah, Ciarra, Ciaran, Ciaara, Cearia, Cearaa, .. 14 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Black names: Amaya, Angel, Ashanti, Blake, Brenna

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Black names: Carey, Cari, Ciara, Cilla, Cora

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Black names: Coral, Darcie

.. TV personality Cilla Black, whose real .. Somewhat common as a baby name, Cilla is comparable to the conventional Cayla. See also Calla.

It is a deep brownish red .. Outside Top 2000.

Root fr. Old English. "Dark haired." Not in Top 2000. Occupational name. [Colliss, .. 1 more]

.. Cooper for the dark haired heroine .. Usage of Cora, Korilla, etc. as baby names in 2015 was up 29.2% compared to the previous year. [Lacoria, Korry, Koretta, Kora, Coryssa, Corrissa, Corrine, Corrina, Correy, Correne, .. 48 more]

.. sea growth, often deep pink to .. Coralena, Corallina, Coralline, Coraly and Coralyn are more uncommon as variant forms of Coral. [Koralline, Coralyn, Coralline, .. 10 more]

Appropriate for a dark haired baby. Corvin (UPPER 15%), Cortina (8%) are popular last names. [Corvetta, Corva, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Dark." Darcy is in the Top 2000. Also a Norman place name, from .. [Darsi, Darsie, Darsey, Darsee, Darci, Darcey, Darcell, .. 10 more]

Origin fr. Irish element. "Dark haired." Devaney, Devenny, etc. are rarely found as feminine names. Variants may be contemporary rhyming blends .. [Devony, Devinee, Devanie, Devaney, .. 1 more]

Derivative of English element. "Dark." Rather unusual as a baby name, Dorcey exists more often as a surname. Variant of Darcy. [Dorsey]

Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Dark, swarthy." Less popular today. Duane was the version last appearing (1940-1949) in the Top 2000. [Dwayne, Dwayna, Dwana, Duna, Duayna, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Black names [and variants] for girls.

1. Amaya - Duana
Amaya [Amaia], Angel [Ang, Angle, Angelea], Aphra [Afra, Affera, Affery], Ashanti [Shanti, Shantee, Shauntae, Shauntee, ..], Blake [Blakeny, Blakely, Bladeney, Blakenee, ..], Brenna [Brenyn, Brinna, Brynna, Brynne, ..], Capucine, Carey [Cary, Carrey], Cari, Ciara [Kiera, Siara, Sierra, Searra, ..], Cilla, Cinnabar, Collis [Collice, Colliss], Cora [Koryne, Korynna, Koryssa, Lacoria, ..], Coral [Koral, Korall, Koralie, Koralline, ..], Corvina [Corva, Corveena, Corvetta], Darcie [Darsi, Darsey, Darsie, Darseigh, ..], Devany [Devony, Devanie, Devinee, Devenny], Dorcey [Dorsey], Duana [Duna, Dwana, Dwayna, Dwayne, ..]

Ebony [Ebonni, Ebonny, Ebonyi, Ebonney, ..], Floella, Garnet [Granata, Grenata, Garnette, Grenatta], Hamna [Hamnah], Hermia [Hermila, Hermilda, Herminia], Hippolyta [Hippolita], Hyacinth [Jacky, Sinty, Jackie, Jacynth, ..], Indigo, Jetta [Jett, Jette, Yette], Kali [Kalli], Kerrin [Keryn, Kerin, Kerryn], Kerry [Kerrie, Kerria, Kerridana, Kerrianne, ..], Kiara [Keira, Kiarra, Kierra, Keearra], Kira [Kirra, Kirya, Kiriah, Kiriana, ..], Laila [Laily, Laleh, Layla, Laylah, ..], Leila [Lila, Lyla, Leyla, Lilah, ..], Lela, Lila [Lyla, Leila, Lilah, Lylah], Lilith [Lillith], Loelia

Marmara [Marnia, Marnie, Marnja, Marnya, ..], Mazarine [Mazine], Melanie [Melony, Milena, Melonnie, Melloney, ..], Melantha [Mallantha], Moana, Nerissa [Naryssa, Neryssa, Narissa, Nericcia], Nisha [Neesha, Niesha], Nyx [Nix, Nixe], Odette [Odetta], Olivia [Olva, Ollie, Olivya, Olivine, ..], Penelope [Penny, Penney, Pennie, Pennelope, ..], Phaedra [Phedre, Phedra, Phaedre, Phaidra, ..], Phoenix [Fenix, Feenix, Phenice], Rajani [Rajanae, Rajanee], Raven [Ravyn, Rayven, Rayvinn, Rayvenne], Sable, Samara [Semara, Sammara], Sheherezade [Sharizad, Sharazad, Shahrazad, Scheherezade], Shirley [Shirly, Shirlyn, Shurlee, Shirlley, ..], Thisbe

Titania [Tita, Titanya, Tiziana, Titaniya], Usha, Violet [Yolane, Yolande, Yolantha, Yolanthe, ..], Zelda [Selda, Zelde, Zellda]

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