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Girl Names associated with Mountain


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Mountain baby names and what they mean, for mountain, hill, with 46 results. These girl names reached the height of their popularity 7 decades ago (adoption of 4.13%) and are now significantly less common (adoption 0.64%, 84%), with names such as Sharon becoming somewhat outmoded. Amaya (#212) and Monserrat (#766) are two of the more trendy birth names among these, while Bruyn (top 49%) and Bryne (59%) are common surnames. Here is the list of Mountain names for boys.

Mountain names

Amalthea - Damaris | Delfina - Peri | Sharon - Tara

Amalthea - Damaris

.. name of the mountain goat that .. Amallith and Amanthea are creative forms. [Amaltheia]

.. name for a mountain and a .. Avaya is also a slightly prominent birth name. [Amaia]

From Irish, Gaelic, Hebrew elements. "Mountain of strength." Arin (top 86%), like Amerin (top 89%), Hrin (70%), is a common -rin suffix last name. Variant of Erin .. [Aren]

From Hebrew word. "Mountain of strength." Unusual as baby names, but Arnina, Arna, etc. are comparable to the more conventional Arnita. Feminine of Aaron. [Aarona, .. 4 more]

From English language. "Mountain avens." Rare, with usage of 0.001% for Aven as a children's name in 2015, lower than 0.004% in 2014. See also Ave. Name of a plant with white ..

.. the biblical Sermon on the Mount .. Bea (upper 44%) and Beata (80%) are recognizable women's names, while Beate is scantly used. [Bea, .. 1 more]

Based on Old German language. "Mountain." Compare surnames Bergez (upper 78%), Bergan (9%). Bergen is the name of a ..

.. place name referring to Beverly Hills .. Lee (top 1%), Beverly (2%) and Beverley (16%) occur regularly as surnames. [Bev, Bevalee, Beverley, Beverlie, Bevverlie, Verlye, .. 13 more]

Stems fr. Welsh word. "Hill." Bryn and Brynn were Top birth names in 2015. .. Welsh place name meaning "big hill" .. [Bren, Brenne, Brynna, Brynelle, .. 3 more]

.. mean "crooked stream" or "crooked hill" .. Cami (top 44%) and Cameron (44%) are prevalent as female names. [Camaran, Cameran, Cameryn, Cami, Camrin, Kameren, Kameron, Kamren, .. 15 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Amaya, Arin, Aven, Beata, Beverly

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Bryn, Cameron, Carey, Cari, Carmel

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Carmen, Cindy, Cleva, Cynthia, Damaris

.. Welsh "rhiw" meaning "hill fort", or .. Moderately novel as a girls' name, Carey is used more often as a last name. [Carrey, .. 1 more]

.. Welsh "rhiw" meaning "hill fort", or .. Less widespread today. Cari was last recorded in 1996 in the Top 2000. See also Ciri.

Mount Carmel is in Israel near .. Somewhat common as girls' names, Carma, Carmel, etc. are pronounced like the popular Karma. [Carma, Carmalit, Carmalla, Carman, Carmela, Carmelina, Carmella, Carmellia, Carmesha, Carmia, .. 35 more]

.. "Saint Mary of Mount Carmel", and .. Carma, Carmelina, Carmon and Karmyn are commonly used as variant forms of Carmen. [Carma, Carmelita, Carmencita, Carmia, Carmita, Carmyna, Karmita, Karmyn, Lita, .. 19 more]

.. into a spring on Mount Parnassus. Rather unusual as a children's name. [Castallia, .. 1 more]

Based on Hebrew element. "Sacred mountain." Uncommon, with the -ona suffix for Chermona, Hermona, like Cleona, Corona. Probably refers to Mount Hermon in .. [Chermonah, Hermona, Hermonach, Hermonah]

Origin fr. English, Greek languages. "From Mount Kynthos." Sindi (top 67%) and Sindy (61%) are found regularly as surnames. A pet form of Cynthia, and .. [Cinda, Cindal, Cindyl, Sindee, Syndie, Syndy, .. 16 more]

Derivative of Middle English language. "Hill dweller." Less widespread today. Cleva last appeared in 1900-1909 in the Top 2000. See also Cleta. Feminine of Cleve and Clive ..

Derivative of Greek word. "From Mount Kynthos." Cinda, Cindie, Cyndi, Cythia and Synthia are commonplace as variant forms of Cynthia. .. her birthplace on Mount Kynthos on .. [Cinda, Cindee, Cinnie, Cinzia, Cyndia, Cyndie, Cyndy, Cyntha, Cynthea, Cynthie, .. 42 more]

.. speak at Mar's Hill, the open .. Dameris and forms were favored as baby names 9 years ago and are less common today, with Damaris falling out of fashion. [Damalas, Damara, Damariss, Damariz, Dameris, Damris, Demarys, .. 12 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Amalthea - Damaris
Amalthea [Amaltheia], Amaya [Amaia], Arin [Aren], Arnina [Arna, Arnit, Arona, Aarona, Arnice], Aven, Beata [Bea, Beate], Bergen, Beverly [Lee, Buffy, Verly, Verlie, Verlye, Verlee, ..], Bryn [Brynn, Brynna, Brynne, Brenne, Brynnan, Brynelle], Cameron [Kamron, Kamren, Kamryn, Kamrynn, Kamyron, Kamrynne, ..], Carey [Cary, Carrey], Cari, Carmel [Mina, Lina, Lita, Karmen, Melina, Melita, ..], Carmen [Mina, Lita, Karmin, Karmyn, Karmita, Karmina, ..], Castalia [Kastalia, Castallia], Chermona [Hermona, Hermonah, Chermonah, Hermonach], Cindy [Sindi, Sindy, Syndi, Syndy, Syndie, Sindie, ..], Cleva, Cynthia [Syntha, Synthee, Synthia, Synthie, Synthya, Syntheea, ..], Damaris [Mari, Mara, Maris, Demaras, Demarys, Demaris, ..]

Delfina [Delphi, Delphia, Delphine], Demelza, Faith [Fe, Fay, Faye, Fayth, Faithe, Faythe], Galila [Glila, Gelila, Glilah, Gelilah, Gelilya, Gelilia, ..], Glenna [Glyn, Glynn, Glenne, Glennie, Glennene, Glennette, ..], Harela [Charela, Harrela, Harrella, Charrela, Harrellah], Hilary [Ilari, Hilly, Hillie, Ilaria, Ilario, Ilarion, ..], Ida [Idania, Idette], Jael [Jayil, Jayel, Jaelle], Kalinda [Kalindi, Kalynda], Kendra [Kinna, Kindra, Kyndra, Kyndria, Kenndrea, Lakendra, ..], Kynthia, Linnea [Lynae, Lynea, Linnae, Lynnae, Lynnea, Linnaea, ..], Mesa [Maisa, Maysa], Monserrat [Montserrat], Montana [Montina, Montanna, Monteene], Moriah [Moraia, Moraiah], Odele [Odell, Udele, Udelia, Odella, Odelle, Udilia, ..], Olympia [Olimpe, Olypme, Olimpia, Olympie, Olimpiana, Olimpiada], Peri [Pera, Perah, Perita]

Sharon [Sheron, Sherri, Sherry, Sheryn, Sherynn, Sherron, ..], Shasta [Shahsta, Shastah, Shastina], Shyla [Shylah], Sierra [Ciera, Siera, Ciara, Cierra], Simla, Tara [Tarah, Tarra, Tarrah, Taralyn, Taralynn]

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