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7 Mighty names and what they mean, for mighty for baby girls, listing 1-7. Here is the list of Mighty names for boys.


Aziza .. (Arabic, Hebrew) "Mighty."
[Azize, Azizi]

Chasina .. (Aramaic) "Strong, mighty."

Donalda .. (Scottish, Gaelic) "World mighty." ..
[Dona, Donaldette, Donaldina, Donaline, Donelda, .. 3 more]

Madison .. (Old English) "Son of the mighty warrior." Also possibly variant of Madeline (Hebrew) "woman from Magdala", or surname derived from Matthew (Hebrew) "gift of the Lord" or Matilda (Old German) "mighty in battle" ..
[Maddison, Madisen, Madisson, Madisyn, Madyson]

Mafalda .. Variant of Matilda (Old German) "mighty in battle" ..
[Maffalda]

Matilda .. (Old German) "Mighty in battle." ..
[Mafalda, Maffalda, Maitilde, Maltilda, Maltilde, .. 18 more]

Tilda Short form of Matilda (Old German) "mighty in battle" ..
[Thilda, Thilde, Tildie, Tildy, Tilley, .. 2 more]


Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mighty names: Madison, Mafalda, Matilda, Tilda

Madison, Mafalda, Matilda and Tilda are commonly used names, while Aziza, Chasina and Donalda are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

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Naomi .. Biblical: an ancestress of Jesus and mother-in-law to Ruth, who after her sons died, said, "Do not call me Naomi, call me Mara, for the Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me" ..
[Naoma, Naomia, Naomie, Nayomi, Navit, .. 5 more]

Assunta .. The feast of the Assumption is celebrated on August 15 ..

Bertha .. A German cannon used in World War I was nicknamed "Big Bertha" after Bertha Krupp, daughter of the family that manufactured the weapon.
[Berrta, Berrte, Berrti, Berrtina, Berrty, .. 16 more]

Bathilda .. She was canonized for opposing the then-flourishing slave trade, and also for founding a convent.
[Bathild, Bathilde, Batilda, Batilde, Berthilda, .. 3 more]

Capucine .. French form of an Italian word for a cloak with a deep collar, worn by a certain order of Franciscan monks ..

Quirina .. Roman mythology: Romolus (one of the founders of Rome) was deified as Quirino.

Alta .. (Latin) "High, elevated." ..
[Allta, Altha]

Emina .. (Latin) "Eminent."

Armida .. First used in the 16th century by Italian poet Torquato Tasso for a character in an epic poem "Gerusalemme Liberata", meaning "Jerusalem Liberated".
[Arminda]

Ali .. (Arabic) "Exalted." ..

Enza .. (Old German) "Giant." ..

Abia .. (Arabic) "Great."

Binnie .. Actress/singer Binnie Hale.

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