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Great baby names and what they mean, for great, high, with 78 results. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity during 1900-1909 (USAGE OF 13.6%) and are now significantly less widespread (USAGE 1.5%, 88.8%), with names like Chandra becoming less fashionable. Arden (#912), Harley (#281) and Maia (#556) are three of the more trendy birth names among these, while Isma (TOP 73%) and Alexandris (88%) are familiar last names. Here is the list of Great names for boys.

Great names

Abia - Calista | Catherine - Harley | Helen - Nina | Philadelphia - Vicenza

Abia - Calista

Source fr. Arabic. "Great." Akia is a slightly favored girl's name.

Derivative of Hawaiian. "High chief." Popular. Compare Ailani with common -ani surnames Jilani (UPPER 44%), Advani (26%). See also Alana.

.. by Alexander the Great in 322 .. Prominent, with usage of 0.098% for Alexandria as a birth name in 2015, higher than 0.096% a year ago. See also Alexandre.

Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Great happiness." Usage of Alisa, Alisah, etc. as children's names in 2015 was down 18% compared to 2014. Also a variant of Alicia. [Alyssah, Allissah, Aliza, Alissa, .. 9 more]

Stems fr. Latin element. "High, elevated." Allta is more novel as a variation of Alta. .. reference to the "high grace" of .. [Altha, .. 1 more]

.. middle name, given great prominence by .. Not in popularity charts. [Amedee, .. 1 more]

From Greek language. "High ranking angel." Uncommon, with the androgynous -la suffix for Arcangela, Archangela, like Angela. Archangels rank above angels in the .. [Archangelia, Arcangel, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Latin. "Great forest." Arden has gained increasing favor with parents since the 1880s. Literary .. [Ardis, .. 5 more]

Root fr. Arabic word. "High status." Assa (TOP 71%), Asmar (19%) are conventional surnames. See also Asha. Name of an important person in ..

Stems fr. Latin element. "Great, magnificent." Asta (upper 25%), Augusta (14%), Auguste (8%), Augustine (2%) and Tina (37%) occur often as surnames. Feminine of August or Augustus .. [Tina, Gussie, Austina, Augustine, Augustia, Auguste, .. 12 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Great names: Ailani, Alexandria, Alisa, Alta, Arden

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Great names: Augusta, Berenice, Breanna, Brianda, Brianna

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Great names: Brionna, Calista

From French, Latin elements. "Great, magnificent." Austin and Austyn were Top birth names in 2015. Feminine of Austin or Augustine. [Austyn, Austina, Austin]

.. of Alexander the Great's officers, who .. Bernie appears commonly (upper 43%) as a last name. [Bernise, Bernie, Bernetta, Berenis, .. 3 more]

Based on English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Breeauna and variants were popular as baby names 19 years ago and are now less common, with Breanne becoming somewhat outmoded. Variant spelling of Brianna. [Breonna, Breona, Breina, Breila, Breeanne, Breeanna, Breeann, Breeana, Breean, Breauna, .. 18 more]

Derived fr. Spanish, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Brianda and Briand are scarce given names, and Briand appears regularly (upper 20%) as a surname. Variant of Brianna .. [Briand]

Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Usage of Brianna, Brieanna, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 1.9% compared to the year before. May also possibly mean "strong" .. [Breayanna, Brynne, Bryna, Bryanna, Bryana, Briny, Brinna, Brienne, Brienna, Brieanna, .. 34 more]

Source fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Somewhat common as birth names, Brina, Bryna, etc. sound like the familiar Brenna. Short form of names like Sabrina .. [Brynne, Brynna, Brinn, .. 3 more]

Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Not widespread. Brionna and variants are not listed in the US Demographics. Variant of Brianna. [Bryonna, Brione, .. 3 more]

Root fr. Latin. "From Brittany or Great Britain." Britania and variants are rarely adopted as baby names. Variant of Brittany. [Brittanya, .. 2 more]

.. has connotations of great physical strength. A quaint girls' name. [Nilda, Hildi, Brynnhild, Brinhilda, Brinhild, .. 15 more]

.. then into the Great Bear constellation .. Usage of Calista as a children's name has decreased circa 1999. [Kalysta, Kallysta, Kallista, Kalli, Kalla, Kalista, Callysta, Calla, Cala, .. 16 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Abia - Calista
Abia, Ailani, Alexandria, Alisa [Allysa, Alyssa, Alyssah, Allysah, ..], Alta [Allta, Altha], Amadea [Amadee, Amedee], Arcangela [Arcangel, Archangela, Archangelia], Arden [Ardis, Ardin, Ardene, Ardenia, ..], Asma, Augusta [Gus, Tina, Gusta, Gussie, ..], Austine [Austyn, Austin, Austina], Berenice [Bernie, Bernise, Bernessa, Bernetta, ..], Breanna [Breina, Breona, Breonda, Breonna, ..], Brianda [Briand], Brianna [Brynna, Brynne, Brynnan, Breayanna, ..], Brina [Bryna, Brynn, Brynna, Brynne, ..], Brionna [Briona, Brione, Brionne, Bryonna], Brittania [Britania, Britannia, Brittanya], Brunhilda [Hildi, Hildy, Nilda, Hildie, ..], Calista [Kally, Kalysta, Kallista, Kallysta, ..]

Catherine [Trine, Trinette, Yekaterin, Yekaterina, ..], Chandra [Chandy, Chaundra, Chandria, Chandrika, ..], Chantal [Shonda, Shonta, Shontel, Shontelle, ..], Charity [Sharity, Sharitee, Sharitey, Sharitye, ..], Cimarron [Simeron, Cimeron, Simarron], Cleopatra [Clio, Cleta, Cleone, Cleonie, ..], Constance [Tina, Kosta, Konstanze, Kostatina, ..], Cybele [Cybel, Cybille], Cybil [Cybill], Dai, Deyanira [Nira, Neera, Diyanira, Dellanira, ..], Diamond [Diamanta, Diamante, Diamonique, Diamontina], Elata, Estelle [Stelle, Stella, Marianela, Estrellita, ..], Galiena [Galyena, Galiana, Galliena, Galianna], Gambhira, Gertrude [Trudi, Trudy, Truus, Trudie, ..], Gevira, Halleli [Hilly, Halleluja, Halleliya, Hallelujah], Harley [Harly, Harli, Harlie, Harlene, ..]

Helen [Nora, Nelly, Nonnie, Yelena, ..], Hermine [Ermine, Erminine], Honor [Onora, Norry, Norina, Norine, ..], Jay [Jeh, Jey, Jeyla, Jaylene, ..], Katherine [Trine, Trinette, Yekaterin, Yekaterina, ..], Kendra [Kinna, Kyndra, Kyndria, Lakendra, ..], Kindra, Lady [Ladey, Laidy], Maia [Mya, Moia, Moya, Moja, ..], Mary [Poll, Polly, Muriel, Murielle, ..], Massima [Maxima], Maxine [Maxy, Maxime, Maxina, Maximina, ..], Mehitabel [Hitty, Hetty, Mehitable, Mehitabelle, ..], Meredith [Merry, Meredyth, Merridie, Meridith, ..], Monica [Monnie, Moniqua, Monnica, Monique, ..], Moreen [Morella], Morgan [Morgin, Morgen, Morganne, Morgayne, ..], Moya [Moja], Nefertiti, Nina [Nyna, Ninoska, Ninochka, Ninotchka, ..]

Philadelphia, Precious [Precia, Preciosa], Rama [Ramah], Reanna [Reanne, Reannah, Reannon, Reeanne], Rhiannon [Rianne, Rianon, Rianna, Riannon, ..], Roxanne [Ruksana, Ruksane, Roxyanna, Ruksanna, ..], Sadira, Samya [Samia], Sheba [Scheba, Shebah, Sheeba, Shieba, ..], Taisiya [Taya, Tasia, Tasya, Tasiya, ..], Thais [Tais, Taisa, Taisse, Thaisa], Traviata, Treva [Trevia, Trevina], Trilby [Trilbey, Trilbie, Trillby, Trilbeigh, ..], Velika, Velvet, Venetia [Vennice, Vinetia, Vonitia, Vonizia, ..], Vicenza [Vichensa, Vichenza, Vicenzia, Vichensia]

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