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9 Pleasant names and what they mean, for pleasant for baby girls, listing 1-9.
Africa .. "Pleasant." ..
Anisa .. "Pleasant companion."
Charita .. "Of pleasant character." ..
Farrah .. "Lovely, pleasant." ..
Latifah .. "Gentle, pleasant." ..
Loire .. The place is known for being full of beautiful chateaux and producing pleasant white wine.
Naomi .. "Pleasant." ..
Verbena .. In modern times, a class of medicinal plants with pleasant scents.
Anisa, Charita, Farrah and Naomi are commonly used names, while Africa, Latifah, Loire, Pleasant and Verbena are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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Winsome .. "Agreeable."
Alcina .. Literary: Italian poet Ludovico Ariosto used the name Alcina for a mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the 16th century Orlando poems.
Amabel .. "Lovable, amiable." ..
Marianne .. Annemarie is another name that blends the names of the Virgin Mary and her mother, thus appealing to Catholic families ..
Babe .. Also short for "baby", and a term for an attractive woman ..
Blythe .. "Blithe, cheerful, carefree." Modern coinage, though possibly linked to the transferred use of the surname from the word "blithe" during the Middle Ages .. Made famous by the opening lines of Shelley's poem "To a Skylark": "Hail to thee, blithe spirit!" and Noel Coward's play "Blithe Spirit" ..
Aki .. "Bright."
Philadelphia .. Known as the City of Brotherly Love, it was founded by Quakers with high ideals, where it was a tradition among them, the Friends, to name their eldest daughter in each family after the city.
Asuncion .. Also the name of the capital city of Paraguay.
Nazneen .. "Charming." ..
Alair .. "Cheerful." ..
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