Aidan - Camilla
Page 1/3 of 23 Monk names.
Aidan 1 .. Saint Aidan was a seventh-century Irish monk. Both a feminine and a masculine name. Aidan is a rarely occurring women's name. [Adan, Aiden, Ayden, .. 3 more]
Auberta 2 .. Saint Aubert (eighth century) built the famous monastery Mont Saint Michel. Unique as a given name. See also Huberta.
Bridget 3 .. Saint Bridget of Sweden (14th century) was a noblewoman who founded an order of nuns, the Bridgettines .. Usage of Bridget as a name for newborns has decreased over time since 1970-1979. The forms Britta, Brigida, Bridie and Birgit are common as variations of Bridget. [Beret, Berget, Bergette, Biddy, Birgett, .. 67 more]
Camellia 4 .. From Latin element. "Helper to the priest." A seldom-used baby name nowadays, but Camellia is still recorded regularly as a first name among females of all ages in the US Census. See also Camylla. .. [Camella, Camelia, .. 1 more]
Camilla 5 .. Based on Latin element. "Helper to the priest." The name Camilla has increased in popularity in recent years. The forms Milly, Kamila, Camille and Cami are common as variations of Camilla. .. [Cam, Camala, Camelia, Camellia, Camia, .. 33 more]
Summary of all Monk names (and their variants) for girls.
[Aidan - Camilla]
Aidan [Aden, Adan, Aiden, Audan, Ayden, Aydenn], Auberta, Bridget [Brygid, Brygit, Bryjet, Bryjit, Brygitte, Labridget, ..], Camellia [Camella, Camelia, Cammelia], Camilla [Milla, Mille, Milli, Milly, Millie, Millee, ..]
[Capucine - Iona]
Capucine, Carmel [Mina, Lina, Lita, Karmen, Melina, Melita, ..], Chantal [Shonda, Shonta, Shontel, Shontelle, Shawntile, Shawntille, ..], Chiara [Kiara, Kiarra, Chiarra, Chiarina], Claire [Seara, Klayre, Kliara, Klyara, Searra, Klaryce, ..], Columba [Colly, Collie, Colombe, Columbia, Columbine], Edana [Aidana, Aydana], Eudocia [Doxy, Doxie, Eudokia, Eudosia, Eudoxia, Eudoxie, ..], Flaminia, Iona
[Kamilla - Vallombrosa]
Kamilla [Milla, Kamyla, Millie, Kamilka, Kemilla, Kamille, ..], Kelly [Kelli, Kellie, Kellye, Kellina, Kellyann, Kellyanne, ..], Mireio [Mirell, Mireya, Mirelle, Mirella, Myrelle, Mireilla, ..], Monserrat [Montserrat], Parrish [Parish], Saffron [Saffren, Saphron, Saffran, Saffronia], Teresa [Tess, Tessa, Tessy, Tresa, Tressa, Tessie, ..], Vallombrosa [Valombrosa]