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Girl Names associated with Medieval

Medieval baby names and what they mean, for medieval, classical, victorian, renaissance, with 65 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its apex in the 1890s (ADOPTION OF 14.8%) and has become significantly lower since (ADOPTION 5%, 66.1%), with names like Joan falling out of fashion. The more fashionable baby names in this list are Amelia (#12), Colette (#531), Kora (#623), Claire (#49) and Ava (#4), while Antona (TOP 99%) and Omelia (23%) are common last names. Here is the list of Medieval names for boys.

Medieval names

Adela - Clarimond | Clarissa - Joan | Juno - Ruth | Segovia - Ysabel

Adela - Clarimond

.. name popular in medieval Europe because .. Aela is also a somewhat popular birth name. [Edelle, Adelle, Adella, Adalie, Adalia, .. 5 more]

.. Common in medieval times, and revived .. Common as surnames. Compare Allisson, var. with popular -son surnames Acheson (TOP 9%), Olison (86%). [Alysoun, Alysanne, Allysanne, Allsun, Allisson, Allisann, Allie, Allcen, Alisoun, Alisanne, .. 18 more]

.. In medieval times this was a .. Alva, Alba, Albina and Allie are commonly used as variant forms. [Alvit, Alvah, .. 5 more]

Blend of two medieval names: the .. Aemelia, Aimiliona, Amalea, Amalee and Amaleta are more unconventional as variant forms of Amelia. [Milly, Emmy, Emilia, Emelina, Em, Amelita, Amalyna, Amaly, Amaliya, Amaline, .. 37 more]

.. Tasso (16th century) of the Renaissance. Used somewhat widely as children's names, Aminta, Minty, etc. are comparable to the conventional Misty. [Minty, Minta, Eminta, Amintah, .. 1 more]

Used in the classical period as .. Ann is recognizable (upper 1%) as a feminine name. [Thia, Antheia, Ann, .. 6 more]

.. Anthony, used since classical times, when .. Somewhat common as birth names, Tunna, Antonia, etc. sound like the common Teena. [Tunna, Tunke, Tonya, Toos, Tonette, Toini, Nettie, Antonnette, Antonique, Antonie, .. 28 more]

.. goddess of justice in classical mythology .. A quirky children's name. [Astraeia]

.. Avis or Aveline, medieval given names .. Ava has gained in popularity as a children's name since 1980-1989. [Ayva, Avlynn, Avis, Avelyn, Aveline, Avalyn, .. 5 more]

.. its variants date from medieval times. Outside Top 2000. [Blysse, Blyss, Blisse]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Medieval names: Adela, Alison, Alva, Amelia, Antonia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Medieval names: Ava, Cecily, Chloe, Christian, Christiana

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Medieval names: Claire, Clara, Clarice

Medieval and modern short form of .. Adoption of Cass and forms was common among parents 4 decades ago and is now reduced, with Cassie becoming somewhat outmoded. [Cassy, Cassie]

From the medieval vernacular form of .. Usage of Cecily and variants as birth names in 2015 was up a lot compared to a decade ago. [Sissy, Sicili, Cicely, .. 2 more]

.. used in the classical period to .. Adoption of Cloe and forms was up in 2010 and is lower today, with Cloe falling out of fashion. [Kloe, Clorinda, Clo, Chloee, .. 4 more]

Medieval coinage from the name of .. Rather quirky as a girls' name. [Crystabella, Cristabell, Cristabel, Chrystobel, Chrystabel, Christabella, .. 8 more]

.. for women in medieval times, but .. Christian, Christiana, Christianna and Cristian are commonly used as variations. [Kristienne, Khristian, Cristianna, Cristiana, Christina, Christiaan, .. 12 more]

Medieval learned feminine form of Christian .. Christiana occurs frequently (top 19%) as a last name. [Tiana, Krystiana, Kristiannhe, Christianni, Christiann, .. 15 more]

.. notable saints of the medieval period .. Adoption of Claire and variants as birth names in 2015 was 0.1% less than 2014. [Searra, Klayre, Klaretta, Klaire, Clorinda, Clayrinda, Claryce, Clary, Clarry, Clarita, .. 51 more]

Post classical name from the feminine .. Chiara, Clare, Claribel, Clarine and Klara are prevalent as versions of Clara. [Klarra, Klara, Clarrie, Clarita, Clare, .. 16 more]

Medieval English and French form of .. Clarice, Claris, Clarisa and Klarissa are familiar as variations. [Klarysa, Clerysse, Cleryce, Clerissa, Clarisse, Clarisa, Claris, Claressa, .. 7 more]

Medieval French name from Latin "clarus" .. Not that prominent as a children's name. [Clarimunde, Claramond, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Adela - Clarimond
Adela [Adella, Adelle, Edelle, Adellah, ..], Alison [Alyson, Alysoun, Alysann, Alysanne, ..], Alva [Allie, Alvah, Alvit, Albinia, ..], Amelia [Milly, Melia, Millie, Meline, ..], Aminta [Minty, Minta, Amynta, Eminta], Anthea [Thia, Antia, Anthia, Anthoula, ..], Antonia [Tony, Tonya, Tunke, Tunna, ..], Astraea [Astraeia], Ava [Avis, Ayva, Avelyn, Avlynn, ..], Bliss [Blyss, Blisse, Blysse], Cass [Cassy, Cassie], Cecily [Sessy, Sissy, Cilly, Sicili], Chloe [Kloe, Khloe, Khloey, Clorinda, ..], Christabel [Crystabel, Cristabella, Cristabelle, Crystabella, ..], Christian [Kristian, Kristien, Khristian, Kristienne, ..], Christiana [Tiana, Tiahna, Krystianne, Krystyiana, ..], Claire [Seara, Kliara, Klyara, Searra, ..], Clara [Klara, Klarra, Clarry, Clarrie, ..], Clarice [Klarise, Klaryce, Klarysa, Klarissa, ..], Clarimond [Claramond, Claramonda, Claramonde, Clarimunde]

Clarissa [Klarisa, Clorissa, Klarissa, Klarrisa, ..], Clemence [Clemmie, Clemency, Clementine, Clementina, ..], Colette [Collett, Kolette, Collete, Collette, ..], Concordia [Concord, Concorde], Constance [Tina, Kosta, Konstanze, Kostatina, ..], Cora [Koryne, Korynna, Koryssa, Lacoria, ..], Courtney [Kourty, Kourtni, Kourtnie, Quartney, ..], Cynthia [Synthia, Synthie, Synthya, Syntheea, ..], Emma [Ima, Emmy, Emmye, Emmylou, ..], Ermine [Ermin, Ermina, Erminia, Erminne], Felicia [Phelicia, Phylicia, Phyllicia, Phyllisha, ..], Florence [Floss, Flossy, Flossie, Flossey, ..], Fulvia, Gaynor [Gayna, Gaenor, Gayner], Giselle [Giza, Gizela, Gizella, Gizelle, ..], Gwenllian, Helen [Nora, Nelly, Nonnie, Yelena, ..], Hester [Hetty, Hestia, Hettie, Hesther, ..], Jay [Jeh, Jey, Jeyla, Jaylene, ..], Joan [Joni, Jone, Jonee, Joannue, ..]

Juno [Junot, Junia, Juneau, Juneaux], Katelyn [Katlyn, Kitlyn, Katlynn, Katlynne, ..], Kora [Korrina, Korrine, Korynna, Koryssa, ..], Latisha [Letisha, Letitia, Letticia, Lettisha, ..], Lauda, Laura [Lory, Lorri, Lorry, Lorrie, ..], Lavinia [Luvina, Vinnie, Luvenia, Luvinia, ..], Leta [Lita, Leeta], Letitia [Tish, Tisha, Letty, Letycja, ..], Lucretia [Tia, Lucresha, Lucrezia, Lucreisha, ..], Marian [Marion, Mariane, Maryann, Maryanne, ..], Morgan [Morgin, Morgen, Morganne, Morgayne, ..], Octavia [Tavy, Tavia, Tavie, Ottavia, ..], Olwen [Olwin, Olwyn, Olwenn, Olwynne], Ouida, Pagan, Paige [Page, Paget, Payge, Pagett, ..], Pearl [Perley, Perline, Perlita, Perlline, ..], Regina [Rina, Reyna, Riona, Rionagh, ..], Ruth [Ruthi, Ruthie, Ruthina, Ruthine, ..]

Segovia, Thomasina [Tommi, Tommy, Tommye, Tommie, ..], Tristana [Tristen, Tristenna], Vicenza [Vichensa, Vichenza, Vicenzia, Vichensia], Ysabel [Ysbel, Ysobel, Ysbella, Ysabelle, ..]

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