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Girl Names associated with Holy


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Holy baby names and what they mean, for holy, divine, sacred, with 53 results. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex during the years 1890-1899 (adoption of 1.61%) and is now significantly less (adoption 0.44%, 72% less), with names such as Jordan going out of style. Ariadne (#765) and Veda (#945) are two of the more contemporarily stylish girl names among these, while Agnos (top 91%) and Annas (18%) are familiar surnames. Here is the list of Holy names for boys.

Holy names

Abilene - Eiddwen | Eilwen - Myrtle | Olga - Winifred

Abilene - Eiddwen

.. region of the Holy Land, whose .. Avilene is a slightly favored baby name. [Abalene, .. 3 more]

Based on Greek. "Pure, holy." Agnes (upper 20%), Ines (15%), comparable to Asnes (upper 93%), Annes (61%), are popular -nes suffix surnames. Latin form of the Greek name .. [Ag, Agafia, Aggi, Aggie, Aghna, Agi, Agnah, Agnellah, Agnelle, Agnethe, .. 65 more]

.. to be a divine drink which .. Not in popularity charts. See also Amarit.

.. Agnes, which means "holy" in Greek .. Anissa and variants peaked in popularity in 1993, but now, Anissa has become somewhat dated. [Anessa, Anissa, .. 6 more]

.. Ann or son of the divine .. Anasonia and Ansoana are creative forms. [Annesonia, Ansonya, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Greek. "Most holy." Aria, Ariana, Arianna and Aryana are widely used as variations of Ariadne. Mythology .. [Arene, Aria, Ariadna, Ariane, Aryana, Aryane, Aryanie, .. 7 more]

Derived fr. Welsh word. "White, holy silver." Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -wen suffix for Arianwen, like Arwen. Name of one of the daughters .. [Arianwyn]

.. heroine of Dante's "Divine Comedy" and .. Bea (top 44%), Beatrice (4%), Beatris (89%), Beatriz (15%), Bebe (93%) and Bee (91%) are conventional as women's names. [Bea, Beatie, Beatrica, Beatrisa, Bee, Beea, Beeatris, Beitriss, Trix, .. 15 more]

.. Jesus stayed during Holy Week, before .. Usage of Bethany as a baby name has declined circa the 1980s. [Bethanee, Bethanne, Bethanny, .. 8 more]

.. the legend of the Holy Grail .. Chalice is an uncommonly used female name. See also Charice.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Holy names: Agnes, Annis, Ariadne, Beatrice, Bethany

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Holy names: Charisma, Diana, Dove

.. bestowed by the Holy Spirit on .. Charisma, Carisma and Karisma are barely found as feminine names. [Carisma, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Sacred mountain." Rare. Chermona, Hermona, like Cleona, Chazona, end with -ona. Probably refers to Mount Hermon in .. [Chermonah, Hermona, Hermonach, .. 1 more]

.. for peace and the Holy Spirit. Colly, Colombe, Columba and Columbine are more unusual as versions. [Collie, Colombe, .. 3 more]

.. the Bible, the Holy Ghost is .. Not in popularity charts.

.. in reference to the Sacred Heart .. Corazon is popular as a variation. [Corazana]

Derivative of Hindi. "Divine, god like." Deva and Devi are not in the Top 2000. Hindu mythology .. [Devi]

Derived fr. Latin language. "Divine." A very familiar birth name (#295 in latest rankings) that also occurs somewhat often as a surname. Mythology .. [Danne, Dayann, Deane, Diahanne, Dyana, Dyanne, .. 29 more]

Based on Latin, Italian elements. "Divine, heavenly." Divino (upper 53%), Divita (20%) are common last names. Also variant of Davina (Hebrew) loved .. [Devina, Divine, Divinia]

.. with Noah, and the Holy Spirit. Dova is more unconventional as a version of Dove. [Dova]

.. gwyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy" .. Unusual. Eiddwen, like Eden, has the androgynous-sounding -en ending.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abilene - Eiddwen
Abilene [Abalene, Abalina, Abilena, Abiline], Agnes [Una, Ynez, Unah, Ynes, Oonah, Senga, ..], Amrita, Annis [Annes, Annys, Anysia, Annice, Annisa, Anyssa, ..], Ansonia [Ansonya, Annsonia, Annsonya, Annesonia], Ariadne [Aryane, Aryana, Ariette, Aryanie, Aryanna, Aryanne, ..], Arianwen [Arianwyn], Beatrice [Trix, Trixy, Trixie, Beitris, Beeatrix, Beitriss, ..], Bethany [Bethzy, Betheny, Bethanne, Betheney, Bethanny, Bethannie, ..], Chalice, Charisma [Karisma, Carisma, Charisma], Chermona [Hermona, Hermonah, Chermonah, Hermonach], Columba [Colly, Collie, Colombe, Columbia, Columbine], Comfort, Corazon [Corazana], Deva [Devi], Diana [Dyan, Dyana, Dyane, Dyann, Dyanna, Dyanne, ..], Divina [Devina, Divine, Divinia], Dove [Dova], Eiddwen

Eilwen, Eirwen [Eirawen], Eithne [Etna, Enya, Ethni, Ethnah, Ethnea, Ethnee, ..], Elga [Helga, Ellga, Elgiva], Fiammetta [Fiamma], Fuensanta [Fuenta], Glenda [Glynda, Glinda, Glennda], Glenys [Glen, Glenis, Glenice, Glennys, Glennis, Glennice], Guinevere [Win, Wendy, Winne, Winny, Wendie, Winnie, ..], Gwen [Gwyn, Gwenn, Gwynn], Gwendolen [Win, Wendi, Winne, Wendy, Wynne, Wendie, ..], Gwyn [Gwinn, Gwynn, Gwynna, Gwinna, Gwinne, Gwynne], Helga [Hege, Helje, Hella, Helle], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday], Jordan [Jori, Jorie, Jorry, Jorey, Jorrdan, Jourdan, ..], Kalifa, Kalinda [Kalindi, Kalynda], Mecca, Moriah [Moraia, Moraiah], Myrtle [Myrta, Myrtia, Myrtis, Myrtie, Mirtie, Myrtice, ..]

Olga [Ola, Elga, Olia, Helga, Olenka], Pangiota [Panagiota], Parthenia [Pathina, Pathinia, Parthena, Parthinia, Parthenie, Partheenia], Remedios, Sancia [Sanzia, Sancha, Santsia, Sanchia], Santana [Santa], Santuzza, Trinity [Trini, Trinita, Trinidad, Trinitey, Trinitee, Trinidade], Ula [Eula, Ulla, Ulli, Yulla], Veda [Vida, Veta, Vedis, Veida, Veeda], Verbena [Verbyna, Verbina, Verbeena, Verbeina], Vesta [Vesteria], Winifred [Wynn, Wynne, Wynafred, Wynifred, Winnifred, Wynnifred, ..]

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