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Feast Names for girls

Page 1/4. 30 Feast names and what they mean, for feast, birthday, festival, holiday, sunday, food for females. Here is the list of Feast names for boys. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1980-1989 and are somewhat less popular today, with names like Dominique, Tasha, Latasha, Natasha and Easter falling out of fashion. The more trendy baby names in this list are Temperance, Bonnie, Valentina, Esther and Lucy.

Akosua .. (Ghanaian) "Born on Sunday." ..
[Akosia, Akwasiba]

Altagracia .. Also commemorates the feast of "Our Lady of Altagracia".
[Allagracia, Altagrazia]

Anona .. Also possibly derived from the name of the Roman goddess Anonna, guardian of food and supplies.

Antalya .. Also an anagram of the Russian name Natalya, meaning "birthday".

Arava .. The willow is one of the four types of wood used at Sukkoth, the Jewish harvest festival.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Feast names: Altagracia

Altagracia is a commonly used name, while Akosua, Anona, Antalya and Arava are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for girls

[Akosua - Arava]
Akosua [2], Altagracia [2], Anona, Antalya [1], Arava [1]

[Assunta - Holiday]
Assunta, Bonnie [17], Candelaria [4], Christmas, Cinnamon [3], Decembra, Dominique [20], Easter, Esther [19], Holiday [2]

[Ilana - Rue]
Ilana [12], Latasha, Lucy [27], Menora [1], Natalie [46], Natalya [1], Natasha [27], Neda [3], Perpetua, Rue [1]

[Spencer - Valentina]
Spencer [1], Tasha [14], Temperance, Tiffany [17], Valentina [27]


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