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Exalted baby names and what they mean, for exalted, high, canonized, illustrious, with 45 results. Adoption of these girl names reached its peak during the years 1930-1939 (USAGE OF 3.7%) and has become significantly less since (USAGE 1.2%, 66% LESS), with names like Katherine becoming less in vogue. Ailani (#913), Alaia (#615), Alina (#178) and Gemma (#247) are four of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns here, while Aliu (TOP 54%) and Aloi (17%) are familiar surnames. Here is the list of Holy names for boys.

Exalted names

Agave - Breanna | Brianda - Katherine | Kendra - Samya

Agave - Breanna

Agave
From Greek word. "Illustrious, noble." Rare. Compare Agave with popular surnames Aldave (UPPER 94%), Angove (29%), which also end with -ve. See also Agappe.

Ailani

Ailani
Stems fr. Hawaiian language. "High chief." Ailani has become increasingly popular as a children's name since 1880-1889. See also Ailyn.

Alaia

Alaia
Derived fr. Arabic, Hebrew, Basque languages. "Exalted, sublime; to ascend; joyful." Somewhat common as children's names, Alayah, Alaia, etc. sound like the popular Aaliyah. [Alayah, .. 1 more]

Ali

Ali
Derived fr. Arabic element. "Exalted." Rare, with usage of 0.006% for Ali as a birth name in 2016, lower than 0.007% a year ago. Gender-neutral name. In English, Ali is used as ..

Alice

Alice
Derived fr. Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Adelice, Adelisa, Ailie, Aillie and Alais are more novel as forms of Alice. Variant of the Old French name .. [Lyssa, Lichah, Leece, Ilysa, Ellie, Alyssa, Alys, Allyssa, Allyson, Allysia, .. 92 more]

Alicia

Alicia
Derived fr. Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Alicia and variants became less trendy last year, dropping on average -9 positions as baby names with Alissa falling the most. Modern Latinate form of Alice .. [Licia, Lesia, Elisha, Alysha, Alycia, Allysa, Alieshea, Alica, Alesia, .. 23 more]

Aliki
Derivative of Old German. "Noble, exalted." Adiki and Aliaga are creative variations. See also Aliz. Variant of Alice ..

Alina

Alina
.. derive from Arabic for "noble, illustrious" .. Lena is a constant favorite, though Alina has become popular as well over time, while versions like Allene have become less contemporary. [Lynah, Leena, Allyne, Allene, Allena, Alleen, Aline, Aliena, Alena, Aleena, .. 15 more]

Alison

Alison
Based on Old German language. "Noble, exalted." A highly familiar baby name (#343 IN RECENT RANKINGS) that also occurs somewhat often as a surname. Norman French diminutive form of Alice .. [Alysoun, Alyson, Alysan, Allyson, Allisann, Allicen, Alisun, Alisson, Alisoun, Alisanne, .. 18 more]

Aliya

Aliya
Root fr. Hebrew element. "Exalted, sublime." Aaliyah has been the overall favorite, although Alia seems to be gaining popularity too. Made popular by late singer Aaliyah. [Alliah, Allia, Aliye, Aleana, Aaliyah, .. 9 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Exalted names: Ailani, Alaia, Ali, Alice, Alicia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Exalted names: Alina, Alison, Aliya, Alta, Asma, Breanna

Alta

Alta
Stems fr. Latin element. "High, elevated." Used somewhat frequently as baby names, Alta, Altha, etc. are comparable to the conventional Alpha. .. reference to the "high grace" of .. [Altha, .. 1 more]

Arcangela
Source fr. Greek language. "High ranking angel." Unique. Arcangela, Archangela (compare Angela, Arabela) have the unconventional -ela suffix. Archangels rank above angels in the .. [Archangelia, Archangela, .. 1 more]

Asma

Asma
Source fr. Arabic language. "High status." A conventional girls' name (#1922 A YEAR AGO), Asma also exists often as a last name. See also Ama. Name of an important person in ..

Athalia
Based on Hebrew word. "The Lord is exalted." Less widespread today. Atha was the variant last appearing (1930-1939) in the Top 2000. Biblical .. [Attalie, Athalee, Atalie, .. 4 more]

Avichayil
Derived fr. Hebrew word. "Exalted father." Not that popular as a birth name. The anglicized version is Abigail. [Avigayil, Abichall, .. 2 more]

Bathilda
.. She was canonized for opposing the .. Not in popularity charts. [Bertilde, Batilde, .. 6 more]

Bedelia
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Exalted one." Delia occurs commonly (UPPER 4%) as a last name. Variant of Bridget by way of .. [Delia, .. 2 more]

Biddy
.. Bride or Bridget (Gaelic) "exalted one" .. Less widespread today. Biddie was the variant last listed (1890-1899) in the Top 2000. [Bidon, .. 1 more]

Birgit
From Norwegian. "Exalted one." Birgit (UPPER 58%), Britt (49%) and Britta (72%) are commonly occurring as female names. Variant of Bridget .. [Byrgitt, Britt, Birget, .. 7 more]

Breanna

Breanna
Root fr. English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Popular as girls' names, Breanda, Breanna, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Brandy. Variant spelling of Brianna. [Breonna, Breonda, Breighann, Breiann, Breeauna, Breeanna, Breaunne, Breauna, Breana, Breah, .. 18 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Agave - Breanna
Agave, Ailani, Alaia [Alaya, Alayah], Ali, Alice [Lyssa, Lissa, Licha, Leese, Leece, Lichah, ..], Alicia [Licia, Lesia, Lesha, Lecia, Leisha, Elisha, ..], Aliki, Alina [Lyna, Lina, Lena, Lynah, Linah, Lenah, ..], Alison [Alyson, Alysan, Alysoun, Alysann, Alysanne, Allysoun, ..], Aliya [Alia, Allia, Aliye, Aliah, Alliah, Aliyah, ..], Alta [Altha, Allta], Arcangela [Arcangel, Archangela, Archangelia], Asma, Athalia [Atha, Atalie, Atalia, Attalie, Athalie, Athalee], Avichayil [Abigal, Avigail, Avigayil, Abichall], Bathilda [Batilde, Batilda, Bertilde, Bertilda, Berthilde, Berthilda, ..], Bedelia [Delia, Bidella, Bedeelia], Biddy [Bidon, Biddie], Birgit [Britt, Brita, Byrget, Britta, Byrgitt, Birgitte, ..], Breanna [Breona, Breina, Breila, Breonna, Breonda, Breighann, ..]


Brianda [Briand], Brianna [Bryn, Bryna, Brynne, Brynna, Brynnan, Breayanna, ..], Bridget [Bryjit, Bryjet, Brygit, Brygid, Brygitte, Labridget, ..], Brigitte [Gitte], Brina [Bryn, Brynn, Bryna, Brinn, Brynne, Brynna], Brionna [Brione, Briona, Brieon, Bryonna, Brionne], Britt [Brit, Brita, Britta], Diamond [Diamante, Diamanta, Diamanda, Diamontina, Diamonique], Elata, Galiena [Galyena, Galiana, Galliena, Galianna], Gemma [Gem, Jemsa, Jemma, Gemmalyn, Gemmalynn], Germaine [Jermayn, Jermane, Jermain, Jermayne, Jarmaine, Germayne, ..], Gevira, Gitta [Gitte], Heidi [Hydee, Heidy, Heide, Heida, Heidey, Heidee], Herbertine, Jeremia [Jeri, Jerry, Jerri, Jerrie, Jeremie, Jeremee], Jezebel [Jezibel, Jezabel, Jezybell, Jezibelle, Jezebelle, Jezabella, ..], Joan [Joni, Jone, Jonee, Joane, Joanie, Joannue], Katherine [Trine, Trina, Trinette, Trinchen, Yekaterin, Yekaterina, ..]


Kendra [Kinna, Kyndra, Kindra, Kyndria, Lakendra, Kenndrea, ..], Lady [Laidy, Ladey], Philadelphia, Rama [Ramah], Samya [Samia]

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