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Girl Names associated with Glory


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Glory baby names and what they mean, for glory, praise, splendid, dignity, with 48 results. These girl names reached the top of their popularity 95 years ago (adoption of 5.7%) and have become significantly less popular since (adoption 2.3%, 60%), with names such as Charmaine becoming less trendy. Chloe (#17), Mira (#586) and Olivia (#2) are three of the more trendy names for newborns here, while Clee (top 48%) is a common surname.

Glory names

Berit - Hamdan | Indira - Tifara | Tulia - Zohara

Berit - Hamdan

Based on Scandinavian, Dutch languages. "Gorgeous, splendid, magnificient." Rare. Compare Berit, Berrit with popular -it surnames Benit (top 78%), Benoit (1%). [Beret, Berrit]

Stems fr. Slavic language. "Glorious defender." Branislava, Branka and Bronislawa were not among 2015's Top names. Feminine of Branislav. [Branka, .. 1 more]

.. play "What Price Glory?" by Maxwell .. A somewhat offbeat baby name nowadays, though Charmaine still occurs frequently as a first name for women. [Char, Charma, Charmain, Charmara, Charmayne, Charmion, Charmisa, Charmyan, Sharmain, Sharmaine, .. 17 more]

.. Demeter in blooming and verdant glory .. Khloey and forms soared in popularity 5 years ago and are less conventional today, with Cloe becoming less in vogue. [Chloee, Cloe, Cloey, Khloe, .. 4 more]

Root fr. Greek. "Glory." Rather unusual as a birth name, Clea is found more conventionally as a last name. A contraction of Cleopatra .. [Claea, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Greek element. "Glory." Cleone grew in popularity 105 years ago. See also Colene. Feminine of the Greek masculine name ..

Source fr. Greek element. "Glory of the father." Clea occurs regularly (upper 58%) as a surname. [Clea, Cleona, Cleone, Cleonie, .. 3 more]

From Greek. "Glory." Less common today. Cleta was last recorded in the 1950s in the Top 2000. See also Cleva. Feminine of Cletus, the name of ..

Stems fr. Greek language. "Glory flower." Clianthe and variants are not Top 2000 names. [Cleantha, Klianthe, .. 3 more]

From Greek element. "Glory." Adoption of Klio and variants was well-received 115 years ago and has become less, with Cleo becoming less trendy. From Kleio (which derives from "kleos") .. [Cleo, .. 1 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Glory names: Charmaine, Chloe, Cleone, Cleopatra, Cleta

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Glory names: Dagmar, Dorothy, Gloria

From Scandinavian, Old German. "Glorious, day's glory." Less used today. Dagmar was last found in 1920-1929 in the Top 2000. A royal name in Denmark ..

.. Frank Baum's The Wonderful World of .. Popular, with usage of 0.056% for Dorothy and variants as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.033% the previous year. [Dasha, Dody, Doll, Doretta, Dorita, Doro, Doronit, Dorotea, Dorthy, Dosha, .. 30 more]

.. a term of praise in poetry .. Adoption of Enya and variants was widespread during 1900-1909. [Aine, Ethna, Ethnea, Ethnee, Ethni, Etna, .. 6 more]

.. for whom a splendid palace was .. Guliana is a marginally favored baby name. See also Gaiana.

Origin fr. Hindi word. "Well born, of great dignity." Gambhila and Gambhiri are creative forms.

Derivative of Latin language. "Glory." Conventional, with usage of 0.028% for Gloria, Glorea, etc. as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.027% the previous year. [Glaura, Glaurea, Gloree, Glorey, Glorianne, Gloribel, Gloribell, Glory, Gloryanna, .. 13 more]

Stems fr. Gaelic element. "Splendid princess." Rather uncommon as a baby name. [Gormla, Gormelia]

Derivative of Hebrew. "Beauty, splendor, glory." Haduraq and variants are rarely found as feminine names. Feminine of Hadar. [Hadarah, Haduraq, .. 1 more]

.. the Christian expression of praise, "Hallelujah". Halleli, Halleliya, etc. are not in the Top 2000. [Alleluia, .. 4 more]

Source fr. Arabic. "Much praise." Compare surnames Hardan (upper 62%), Hamdani (67%). Feminine of Hamdani ..

Quick Reference

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

1. Berit - Hamdan
Berit [Beret, Berrit], Branislava [Branka, Bronislawa], Charmaine [Sharmyn, Sharman, Sharmane, Sharmian, Sharmion, Sharmayne, ..], Chloe [Kloe, Cloe, Cloey, Khloe, Khloey, Clorinda, ..], Clea [Klea, Claea], Cleone, Cleopatra [Cleo, Clio, Cleta, Cleona, Cleone, Cleonie], Cleta, Cliantha [Cleantha, Cleanthe, Clianthe, Kliantha, Klianthe], Clio [Cleo, Klio], Dagmar, Dorothy [Dot, Tea, Thea, Dotty, Dottie, Dottey, ..], Eithne [Etna, Enya, Ethni, Ethnah, Ethnea, Ethnee, ..], Galiana, Gambhira, Gloria [Glory, Glorya, Glorria, Gloryan, Gloryanna, Gloryanne, ..], Gormlaith [Gormla, Gormelia], Hadara [Hadarah, Hadarit, Haduraq], Halleli [Hilly, Alleluia, Halleliya, Halleluja, Hallelujah], Hamdan

Indira [Indeera], Keilana, Keilani, Keren [Kerena, Kerensa], Lauda, Laudonia, Majesta [Majesty], Majida [Maji, Majidah], Marvell [Marvel, Marvela, Marvele, Marvella, Marvelle, Marvelyn, ..], Mira [Myra, Mirka, Mirra, Myrene, Myrella, Myrilla, ..], Mirabel [Mira, Meribel, Mirabell, Mirabella, Meribelle, Mirabelle], Miroslava, Odelia [Udele, Odilia, Udelia, Udilia, Odette, Ottilie, ..], Oksana [Oksanna], Olivia [Olva, Ollie, Olivya, Olivine, Olivija, Olivette, ..], Sana, Shahnaz, Tecla [Tekli, Tekla, Telca, Telka, Thecla, Thekla], Tehila [Tehilla], Tifara [Tiferet]

Tulia [Tula, Tulya, Tulla, Toolya, Toulya, Tullia, ..], Valeska, Victoria [Viqui, Vitoria, Viktorka, Vittoria, Viktorina, Viktorine, ..], Vladislava [Lada, Valeska], Xaviera [Zaviera, Xavyera, Exaviera, Exavyera, Xavienna, Zaveeyera], Yudit [Yuta, Yudif, Judit, Judith, Yudita, Yudelka], Zia [Zea], Zohara [Zahara, Zaharira]

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