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Page 1/15. Goddess names derive from ancient and classical sources in mythology and legends. 136 Goddess names and what they mean, for goddess, nymph, muse for females. Here is the list of Goddess names for boys. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1880-1889 and have remained as popular to this day, but with names like Ida, Bertha, May, Flora and Laverne falling out of fashion. The trendier baby names in this list are Freya, Kali, Athena, Thea and Thalia.
Adonia .. Greek mythology: Adonis was a young man so beautiful that Aphrodite, goddess of love, became enamored of him ..
Aegina .. Mythology: the name of a nymph who was impregnated by Zeus ..
Aeron .. The name of the ancient Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter ..
Aeronwen .. Also possibly derives from the name of a shadowy Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter, known in a Latin form as Agrona.
Aisha .. The name is also linked to the moon goddess ..
Aisha is a commonly used name, while Adonia, Aegina, Aeron and Aeronwen are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for girls
[Adonia - Aisha]
[Alethea - Aranrhod]
[Aretha - Athena]
[Aura - Calypso]
[Castalia - Cliona]
[Cloris - Demetria]
[Deva - Eris]
[Esther - Harmony]
[Hebe - Kali]
[Kalliope - Mahina]
[Maia - Nerida]
[Nerine - Parthenia]
[Peri - Terpsichore]
[Terra - Vigdis]
[Yara - Yara]
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