Ailsa - Nissa
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Ailsa 1 .. .. personal name meaning elf or magical .. Unusual. Ailsa, Elsa (cf. Mauresa, Meryssa) use the familiar feminine -sa suffix. [Ailis, Elsha, .. 3 more]
Albreda 2 .. Source fr. Old German element. "Elf counsel." Unique as a birth name. See also Allfreda. Feminine of Aubrey.
Alfreda▼ 3 .. Derivative of Old German, Old English languages. "Elf or magical counsel." Slightly infrequent as a birth name nowadays, though Alfreda still occurs often as a female first name. Feminine of Alfred .. [Alfi, Alfie, Alfredia, Alfreeda, Alfrieda, Alfryda, Allfie, Allfreda, Allfredah, Allfrieda, .. 45 more]
Alvar 4 .. Origin fr. Old English word. "Elf or magical army, warrior." Alvera is commonplace (upper 63%) as a women's name, whereas Alvar and Alvara are infrequently used. From Aelfhere. [Alvara, .. 1 more]
Alvara 5 .. Based on Italian, Old English elements. "Elf warrior." Alvara (cf. Delavara, Avara) is a popular -vara suffix last name. See also Alvera. From Aelfhere ..
Alverdine 6 .. Stems fr. Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Unique. Alverdine (cf. Ondine, Edwardine) ends with the familiar feminine -dine. Rare feminine form of Alfred ..
Alvina▼ 7 .. Root fr. Old English element. "Elf or magical being, friend." Somewhat common as children's names, Elvina, Alvina, etc. are similar to the conventional Elvia. Feminine of Alvin. [Alveena, Alveene, Alvie, Alvine, Alvinia, Elveena, Elvene, Elvina, Elvinia, Vina, .. 12 more]
Arwen 8 .. an elf maiden in Tolkien's Lord .. Unusual. Arwen (cf. Gwen, Eirwen) uses the common feminine-sounding -wen suffix. [Arwyn]
Aubrey 9 .. Based on Old German. "Elf or magical being, power." Aubrey, Aubree, Aubri, Aubriana and Aubrie are common as versions. Originally a man's name, from Norman .. [Aubary, Aubree, Aubri, Aubriana, Aubrie, .. 7 more]
Avery 10 .. Origin fr. Old English element. "Elf counsel." Common. Avery (cf. Mallory, Glory) ends with the common androgynous -ry. Feminine of Alfred that originated as .. [Aeverie, .. 3 more]
Elfrida 11 .. Derivative of Latin, Old English. "Elf, magical being strength." Usage of Alfreda as a baby name has declined since 1920-1929. 19th century revival of the female .. [Alfreda, Elfie, Elfreda, Elfryda, Elva, Freda, Freddy, Freeda, Fryda, .. 16 more]
Elvina▼ 12 .. Root fr. Old English language. "Elf or magical being, friend." Somewhat common as birth names, Vina, Elvina, etc. are comparable to the popular Gina. Feminine of Elvin .. [Alveena, Elvena, Elvene, Elvie, Vinny, .. 11 more]
Nissa 13 .. Also possibly (Scandinavian) "elf". The name .. Uncommon. Nissa, like Narcissa, Nerissa, ends with the favored feminine -issa. [Nis, Nissnana, Nissanit, .. 1 more]
Summary of Elf names (and variants) for girls.Ailsa - Nissa
Ailsa , Albreda, Alfreda , Alvar , Alvara, Alverdine, Alvina , Arwen , Aubrey , Avery , Elfrida , Elvina , Nissa