Akosua - Arava
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Akosua 1 .. Based on Ghanaian word. "Born on Sunday." Akosua is unique as a feminine name. .. [Akosia, Akwasiba]
Altagracia 2 .. Also commemorates the feast of "Our Lady of Altagracia". Usage of Altagracia as a baby name is somewhat infrequent these days. Altagracia still occurs frequently as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. [Allagracia, Altagrazia]
Anona 3 .. Also possibly derived from the name of the Roman goddess Anonna, guardian of food and supplies. Infrequently used as a girls' name. See also Anina.
Antalya 4 .. Also an anagram of the Russian name Natalya, meaning "birthday". Usage is scant as a girls' name. [Antaliya]
Arava 5 .. The willow is one of the four types of wood used at Sukkoth, the Jewish harvest festival. Infrequently used as a name for baby girls. See also Ahava. [Aravah]
Summary of all Feast names (and their variants) for girls.
[Akosua - Arava]
Akosua [Akosia, Akwasiba], Altagracia [Allagracia, Altagrazia], Anona, Antalya [Antaliya], Arava [Aravah]
[Assunta - Holiday]
Assunta, Bonnie [Bunny, Bunni, Bunnie, Bonnylee, ..], Candelaria [Candela, Candelara, Candelarea, Candeloria], Christmas, Cinnamon [Cynnamon, Sinemmon, Sinnamon], Decembra, Dominique [Mika, Meeka, Domitia, Domorique, ..], Easter, Esther [Hetty, Hittie, Yesfir, Hesther, ..], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday]
[Ilana - Rue]
Ilana [Illa, Iliana, Ileanna, Ilianna, ..], Latasha, Lucy [Luz, Lucza, Lusita, Luzija, ..], Menora [Menorah], Natalie [Talia, Talya, Tasha, Tashie, ..], Natalya [Natalia], Natasha [Tash, Toshia, Tashie, Tassiana, ..], Neda [Nedi, Nedda, Neddie], Perpetua, Rue [Ruta]
[Spencer - Valentina]
Spencer [Spenser], Tasha [Tasya, Tosha, Tassie, Toshiana, ..], Temperance, Tiffany [Tipheny, Tyffany, Tiphenie, Tyffenie, ..], Valentina [Vally, Valyn, Vallie, Velora, ..]