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13 Powerful names related to or that mean powerful for girls, listing Powerful baby names 1-13. Ashanti, Edris, Eleanor, Inga, Isis, Justine, Philomena, Ricarda and Sibyl are popular names. Adira, Ainsley, Maeve and Tully are uncommon names. View Powerful baby names below for name meanings or search Powerful names for boys.


Adira ... "Strong, noble, powerful."
[Adeera, Edira]

Ainsley ... which is borne by a powerful family long established in Scotland.
[Ainslee, Ainsleigh, Ainslie, Ansley, Aynslee, ... 2 more]

Ashanti ... From the name of a powerful African empire (17th to early 20th century). Today ...
[Asante, Ashanta, Ashantae, Ashantay, Ashante, ... 10 more]

Edris ... "Rich and powerful." ...
[Edra, Eidra, Eydra]

Eleanor ... Her powerful personality, intelligence ...
[Aleanor, Alenor, Aleonore, Aline, Allinor, ... 73 more]

Inga ... Norse mythology: Ing was a powerful god of fertility and peace ...
[Ingaberg, Ingaborg, Inge, Ingegerg, Ingeborg, ... 3 more]

Isis ... The most powerful of all the female goddesses of ancient Egypt ...

Justine ... a powerful sorcerer ...
[Giustina, Justa, Justeen, Justeene, Justene, ... 6 more]

Maeve ... name of the powerful and legendary warrior queen of pre-Christian Ireland (first century) ...
[Mave, Meave]

Philomena ... "Powerful love." ...
[Filimena, Filomena, Filomene, Filumena, Philomene, ... 1 more]

Ricarda ... "Powerful leader." ...
[Richanda, Richarda, Richardella, Richardene, Richardette, ... 15 more]

Sibyl ... Sibel means "powerful queen" ...
[Cybele, Cybil, Cybill, Cybilla, Sabilla, ... 17 more]

Tully ... "Powerful people."

Related words: charming, deep, great, high, important, influential, mighty, prominent, strong, supreme, vigorous. Partial list of 7 results related to powerful below. Click on above related words for more results.


Sorrel ... This refers to the acid taste of its leaves.
[Sorel, Sorell, Sorrell]

Nazneen ... "Exquisitely beautiful; charming." ...

Capucine ... French form of an Italian word for a cloak with a deep collar ...

Emina ... "Eminent."

Fabiola ... Saint Fabiola (fourth century) was an energetic Roman matron who organized the first hospital for sick and needy pilgrims ...
[Fabia, Fabiana, Fabiane, Fabianna, Fabianne, ... 4 more]

Constance ... and was borne by the formidable Constance of Sicily (12th century) ...
[Con, Concetina, Conetta, Connee, Conney, ... 25 more]

Abia ... "Great."


Top 1000 ranking of Powerful names: Ainsley, Ashanti, Eleanor, Inga, Isis, Justine, Maeve, Philomena, Sibyl

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