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18 Fertility names and what they mean, for fertility, fruitful, fertile for baby girls, listing 1-18. Here is the list of Fruitful names for boys.
Afraima .. (Arabic, Hebrew) "Fertile."
Ceres .. Mythology: the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility, known in Greek myth as Demeter ..
Chloe .. From Khloe, originally used in the classical period to symbolize the fertility goddess Demeter in blooming and verdant glory ..
Efrata .. (Hebrew) "Fruitful." ..
Esther .. It could also derive from Persian stara meaning "star", or be a Hebrew form of the name of the Persian goddess of love and fertility Ishtar ..
Eustacia .. (Greek) "Fruitful." ..
Freya .. Scandinavian mythology: Freya was the goddess of love and fertility, and her name is probably derived from an Old German word "frouwa" (German "Frau") meaning "lady, mistress" ..
Fructuosa .. (Latin) "Fruitful."
Inga .. Norse mythology: Ing was a powerful god of fertility and peace ..
Ingrid .. Norse mythology: Ing, god of earth's fertility, rides the land each year to prepare it for spring planting ..
Karmel .. (Latin) "Fruitful orchard." ..
Marcella .. Mythology: Mars, the Roman god of fertility, for whom the spring calendar month March was named, came to be identified with the Greek god Ares, god of war ..
Prairie Geography name: miles of fertile rolling grassland.
Rhiannon .. Mythology: the title Rigantona "great queen" is borne by a Celtic goddess of fertility ..
Sharon .. (Hebrew) "A fertile plain." ..
Sherry .. Also short form of Sharon (Hebrew) "a fertile plain" ..
Stacy .. As a boy's name, a short form of Eustace (Greek) "fruitful" ..
Tallulah .. The name also possibly derives from a Gaelic name meaning "fruitful woman" ..
Chloe, Esther, Inga, Ingrid, Marcella, Rhiannon, Sharon, Sherry and Stacy are commonly used names, while Afraima, Ceres, Efrata, Eustacia, Freya, Fructuosa, Karmel, Prairie and Tallulah are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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