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Girl Names associated with Feast


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Feast baby names and what they mean, for feast, birthday, festival, holiday, with 30 results. These girl names were at the top of their popularity in the 1980s (USAGE OF 2.56%) and are somewhat less popular today (USAGE 1.28%, DOWN 50%), with names like Latasha becoming less trendy. Lucy (#55), Natalie (#27) and Valentina (#114) are three of the more fashionable birth names here, while Boonie (TOP 56%) is a popular last name.

Feast names

Akosua - Natalie | Natalya - Valentina

Akosua - Natalie

Derivative of Ghanaian element. "Born on Sunday." Uncommon. Compare Akosua and common -ua surnames Aumua (TOP 94%), Amescua (22%). Twi name. [Akwasiba, Akosia]

.. Also commemorates the feast of Our .. Altagracia, Allagracia and Altagrazia are not often adopted as baby names. [Altagrazia, .. 1 more]

.. Anonna, guardian of food and supplies. Not widespread. Anona is not listed in the US Census. See also Anora.

.. the Russian name Natalya, meaning "birthday". Antalya and Antaliya were not among 2015's Top names. [Antaliya]

.. at Sukkoth, the Jewish harvest festival. Arava and Aravah are rare as birth names. [Aravah]

The feast of the Assumption is .. Adoption of Assunta was higher during 1910-1919. See also Ashuntae.

.. appropriate name for a Sunday's child .. Used frequently as birth names, Bunni, Bonnie, etc. are pronounced like the common Buena. [Bunny, Bunnie, Bonnylee, Bonnin, Bonnibelle, Bonnibell, Bonnibel, Bonney, .. 9 more]

Relates to the Feast of Candlemass .. Candela, Candelara, Candelarea and Candeloria are more novel as variant forms of Candelaria. [Candeloria, Candelarea, Candelara, .. 1 more]

.. (see Christian) and mass meaning festival .. Not Top 2000 name. Cross-gender use.

.. cultures for flavoring food, scenting fabrics .. Usage of Cinnamon and forms was well-received in 1991. [Sinnamon, Sinemmon, .. 1 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Feast names: Anona, Assunta, Bonnie, Candelaria, Cinnamon

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Feast names: Dominique, Easter, Esther, Ilana, Latasha

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Feast names: Lucy, Natalie

.. refers to the holiday season like .. Uncommon. Decembra (compare Debbra) ends with the androgynous -ra.

.. girl born on Sunday, the Lord's .. Dominique (top 16%), Dominga (29%), Domenica (48%), Mika (71%) and Dominica (77%) are prevalent female names. [Mika, Domorique, Domitia, Dominika, Dominie, Dominica, Domenica, .. 13 more]

Based on English word. "Christian spring festival." Adoption of Easter was more pronounced among parents in the 1900s, but now, Easter has become less trendy. See also Eszter. Holiday name used as a Christian ..

.. Jews celebrate the festival of Purim .. Eistir, Ess, Essy, Estee and Estera are more unconventional as versions of Esther. [Yesfir, Hittie, Hetty, Hesther, Etti, Esta, Essy, Eistir, .. 11 more]

"Holy day." Outside Top 2000. Originally meant to honor the calendar .. [Holliday, Holladay]

.. on the Jewish holiday The New .. Somewhat irregularly used as a children's name now, though Ilana still occurs frequently as a female first name. [Illa, Ilianna, Ilanit, Eleanna, Elana, .. 7 more]

.. name based on Natasha, meaning "birthday" .. Somewhat scarce as a children's name these days, but recorded frequently as a female first name. See also Latisha.

The feast day of Saint Lucy .. Adoption of Lucy and variants as girls' names in 2015 was up significantly compared to a decade ago. [Luzija, Luz, Lusita, Lucyna, Lucita, Lucilla, Luciana, Lucia, Loulou, .. 18 more]

.. at Hannukah, the Festival of Lights. Menora and Menorah are not in the Top 2000. [Menorah]

Based on Latin. "Birthday." Natallia and forms were favored a decade ago and are less conventional today, with Natasha becoming less trendy. Refers to the birthday of Christ .. [Tashie, Nattie, Natividad, Nathaliely, Nathalie, Natelie, Natasha, Nataliya, Natallia, Natalja, .. 36 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Akosua - Natalie
Akosua [Akosia, Akwasiba], Altagracia [Allagracia, Altagrazia], Anona, Antalya [Antaliya], Arava [Aravah], Assunta, Bonnie [Bonny, Bunny, Bunni, Bonnin, Bunnie, Bonniejo, Bonnylee, Bonnyjean, ..], Candelaria [Candela, Candelara, Candelarea, Candeloria], Christmas, Cinnamon [Cynnamon, Sinemmon, Sinnamon], Decembra, Dominique [Mika, Meeka, Domino, Domitia, Dominica, Dominika, Domorique, Dominizia, ..], Easter, Esther [Etty, Etti, Ettie, Hetty, Yesfir, Hittie, Hester, Hesther, ..], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday], Ilana [Illa, Ilane, Ileana, Ilanit, Iliana, Ilania, Ileanna, Ilianna, ..], Latasha, Lucy [Luz, Lucza, Lucita, Lucine, Lucyna, Lucyja, Luzija, Lusita, ..], Menora [Menorah], Natalie [Natty, Talya, Talia, Tasha, Nattie, Tashie, Nettie, Nattilie, ..]

Natalya [Natalia], Natasha [Tash, Tasha, Tosha, Tashia, Toshia, Tashie, Natucha, Tassiana, ..], Neda [Nedi, Nedda, Neddie], Perpetua, Rue [Ruta], Spencer [Spenser], Tasha [Tassa, Tasia, Tasya, Tosha, Taska, Tassie, Tashina, Toshiana, ..], Temperance, Tiffany [Tiffy, Tiphara, Tiffney, Tipheny, Tyffany, Tiphenie, Tyffenie, Tiphanie, ..], Valentina [Valli, Valja, Vally, Valyn, Valina, Vallie, Velora, Vallatina, ..]

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