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Medieval Names for girls
Page 1/10. 94 Medieval names and what they mean, for medieval, puritans, classical, victorian, puritan, renaissance for females. Here is the list of Medieval names for boys. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1890-1899 and are almost as popular today, but with names like Florence, Joan, Marian, Constance and Eunice falling out of fashion. The trendier baby names in recent years are Colette, Pearl, Renata, Kora and Arabella.
Abigail .. The name first came into use in Britain in the 16th century, under Puritan influence ..
Adela .. Latinate form of Adele, which is from the French Adèle, an ancient name popular in medieval Europe because of the fame of a seventh-century saint, a daughter of the Frankish king Dagobert II ..
Alison .. Common in medieval times, and revived in England in the 20th century with a Scottish flavor ..
Alva .. In medieval times this was a boy's name, but now it is used more for girls.
Amelia .. Blend of two medieval names: the Latin Emilia (see Emily) and the Latin German Amalia, meaning "work" ..
Abigail, Adela, Alison, Alva and Amelia are commonly used names. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for girls
[Abigail - Amelia]
[Aminta - Cass]
[Cecily - Clarissa]
[Clemence - Eartha]
[Emma - Honor]
[Hope - Katherine]
[Keturah - Letitia]
[Lucretia - Pagan]
[Paige - Temperance]
[Thomasina - Zilla]
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