Aina - Leonora
Page 1/2 of 6 Forever names.
Aina 1 .. Derivative of Scandinavian word. "Forever." Rarely used as a baby name, Aina exists more commonly as a last name. See also Lina.
Aiyana▼ 2 .. Root fr. Native American Indian element. "Forever flowering." Common as a given name. See also Aivana. ..
Amber▲ 3 .. Amber became popular in the 1960s due to the Kathleen Winsor novel and film, "Forever Amber" .. The name Amber has gained increasing favor as a given name for baby girls. See also Amberly. [Ambar, Amberetta, Ambur, .. 2 more]
Dakota▲ 4 .. Tribal name and American place name: the word may also possibly mean "forever smiling". The name Dakota has gained in popularity over the years since 1880-1889. Unisex name. [Dakoda, Dakotah]
Leonora▼ 5 .. Literary: Lenore was the lady lost forever in Edgar Allen Poe's poem "The Raven" .. Slightly uncommon as a birth name these days, but Leonora is still recorded regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The variations Leora, Lenore and Lanora are commonplace as variant forms of the name. [Lanora, Leanora, Lenora, Leonor, Leora, .. 6 more]
Summary of all Forever names (and variants) for girls.
[Aina - Leonora]
Aina, Aiyana, Amber [Ambur, Ambre, Ambar, Ambereen, Amberetta], Dakota [Dakoda, Dakotah], Leonora [Ora, Leora, Norah, Lenora, Lenore, Leonor, Leanore, Leonore, ..]
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