Beta - Hannah
Page 1/2 of 9 European names.
Beta 1 .. .. Also a middle-European variant of Beth. Rarely used as a name for girls. See also Bitta.
Carla▼ 2 .. .. A European-sounding version of the many .. The name Carla has fallen off in favor as a name for children over the years. The variations Carlyn, Carlie, Carletta and Carleigh are commonly used as variant forms of the name. [Carlah, Carlana, Carleah, Carleen, Carleeza, .. 38 more]
Ceres 3 .. Seldom used as a birth name. See also Carys. From Indo-European "ker". Mythology: the Roman ..
Creola 4 .. Based on French, Portuguese elements. "Of American birth but European descent." A slightly scarce name for children now, though Creola still occurs regularly as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census. See also Carola. Used to describe natives of the .. [Creole, Creolla, .. 1 more]
Hannah▲ 5 .. .. , Anna, etc. are the European forms .. Hannah is commonplace (Top 9%) as a feminine name, and it appears regularly (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variations Nan, Hana and Anne are widely used as forms of the name. [Ann, Anne, Chana, Chanha, Channah, .. 19 more]
Summary of all European names (and variants) for girls.
[Beta - Hannah]
Beta, Carla [Carly, Karla, Carlyn, Karlla, Carlyjo, Carlyse, Karlita, Carlreca, ..], Ceres, Creola [Creole, Creolla, Criolla], Hannah [Nan, Hanny, Nanny, Honna, Hannie, Nanney, Nannie, Hannelore, ..]
[Jolan - Melusine]
Jolan [Jola, Jolaine, Jolande, Jolanne, Yolanne, Jolanta, Jolantha], Kasha, Katrina [Katryna, Kotryna, Ketrina, Ketryna, Katriona, Kotrijna, Ketreina, Katrionagh, ..], Melusine [Melusina]