Adalgisa - Yakira
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Adalgisa 1 .. Root fr. Old German element. "Noble, precious promise." Rare as a name for kids. Italian name .. [Adalgise, Adelgise, .. 1 more]
Agate 2 .. .. agate is a semiprecious gemstone which .. Seldom used as a given name. See also Agace.
Alaine 3 .. Root fr. Old German element. "Precious." Alaine is a frequently occurring (Top 98%) women's name. The forms Allyn, Allena and Alane are popular as variations of Alaine. French feminine form of Alain. [Alaina, Alayna, Alaynna, Alenne, Allaine, .. 11 more]
Alamea 4 .. Derivative of Hawaiian word. "Ripe, precious." Seldom used as a name for kids. See also Aluma.
Alana▲ 5 .. Stems fr. Old German, Hawaiian words. "Precious; awakening." The variant forms Alana and Lana have become progressively more popular as birth names for girls. The variations Lana, Allene, Alene, Alani and Alaina are commonly used as forms of Alana. A rather modern Latinate feminine form .. [Alaina, Alaine, Alane, Alanis, Alannah, .. 28 more]
Alannah 6 .. Derived fr. Old German element. "Precious." Common as a birth name for females. See also Alonna. Variant spelling of Alanna (see Alana) ..
Allena 7 .. Root fr. Old German element. "Precious." Seldom used as a given name for baby girls nowadays, though found often as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. The form Alena is commonly used as a variation of the name. Variant of Alaine. [Alana, Alanis, Alena, Allene, Allynn, .. 7 more]
Almodine 8 .. Derivative of Latin. "Precious stone." Rarely used as a birth name for girls. See also Almondine.
Amber▲ 9 .. name for a semiprecious gem made .. The name Amber has risen in favor with parents since 1900-1909. See also Amberli. [Ambar, Ambereen, Ambre, .. 2 more]
Amethyst 10 .. Derivative of Greek word. "Precious purple jewel." Amethyst is a unique first name. According to ancient Greek superstition .. [Amathyst, Amethist, .. 2 more]
Anmol 11 .. Stems fr. Hindi. "Precious, priceless." Rare as a name for kids. See also Amal.
Aziza 12 .. Derived fr. Arabic, Hebrew elements. "Beloved precious; mighty." Aziza is unconventional as a feminine name. See also Aliza. [Azize, .. 1 more]
Bao 13 .. Stems fr. Chinese. "Bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee." Scarce as a given name nowadays, though Bao still occurs often as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. See also Bat.
Beryl▼ 14 .. Derived fr. Greek element. "Light green semiprecious gemstone." Beryl has been on a downward trend in popularity as a name for baby girls over time. See also Teryl. The word is of Indian origin .. [Beril, Berri, Berry, Berylla, .. 3 more]
Caoimhe 15 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Gentle, beautiful, precious." Caoimhe is an intermittently used female name. The variation Keva is prevalent as a variant form of Caoimhe. From "caomh". [Keavy, Keevah, .. 2 more]
Coral▼ 16 .. .. word for the semiprecious natural sea .. Coral is frequently occurring (Top 37%) as a feminine name, appearing commonly (Top 59%) as a last name according to the US Census. The variation Coralee is familiar as a variant form of this name. [Coralee, Coralena, Coraline, Coralline, Coralyn, .. 8 more]
Emerald 17 .. Stems fr. English word. "Precious gemstone." Emerald is a familiar (Top 73%) women's name, occurring often (Top 46%) as a surname in the US Census. Jewel name .. [Em, Emeraldina, Emmarald, .. 3 more]
Golda▼ 18 .. The precious metal. Made famous by .. Slightly uncommon as a name for babies, Golda is on the other hand found somewhat regularly as a last name. The form Goldia is commonplace as a version of this name. [Goldarina, Goldee, Goldie, Goldy, .. 4 more]
Jade▲ 19 .. Root fr. English element. "Precious stone." Also used as a boys' name. Jade is recognizable (Top 23%) as a female name. The forms Jayda, Jaeda and Jada are commonly used as versions of Jade. Jewel name .. [Jada, Jadee, Jadeyn, Jadine, Jadra, .. 19 more]
Jancis 20 .. in the novel "Precious Bane" (1924) by .. Jancis is an intermittently used feminine name. See also Jannis. [Jances, .. 1 more]
Jewel 21 .. Literally, a precious gem. The given .. A common birth name for girls (#870 a year ago) that is also used somewhat frequently as a last name. The variation Jewell is generally used as a form of this name. [Jewelene, Jewelisa, Jewella, Jewelyn, .. 3 more]
Lana▲ 22 .. Alana Old German "precious" or Irish, .. The name Lana has grown increasingly popular as a birth name. See also Lewana. [Lanae, Lanna, .. 2 more]
Lulu▼ 23 .. Root fr. Swahili, Tanzanian, Hawaiian elements. "Precious; pearl; calm, peaceful, protected." Somewhat uncommon as a name for children now, though occurring commonly as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. See also Lilo. Also a pet form of names ..
Nadira 24 .. Derivative of Arabic word. "Precious, scarce." Nadira is an uncommonly used first name. See also Nedra. [Nadirah, .. 1 more]
Ophira 25 .. sandalwood, precious stones, and other luxuries .. Ophira is a scantly used female name. See also Ophrah. [Ofeera, .. 1 more]
Precious▼ 26 .. "Of great value, highly esteemed." The name Precious has declined in favor as a baby name over time since 1996. .. reference to the precious blood of .. [Precia, .. 1 more]
Silver 27 Name of the precious metal. Gender-neutral name. Silver is scarce as a feminine name, and it appears often (Top 2%) as a surname in the US Census. [Silverey, .. 1 more]
Treasure 28 .. .. See also Precious. A slightly uncommon name for baby girls, Treasure exists more conventionally as a surname. [Tesora, .. 1 more]
Yakira 29 .. Root fr. Hebrew element. "Costly, precious." Yakira is unusual as a feminine name. See also Yaira. [Yekara]
Summary of all Precious names (and variants) for girls.
[Adalgisa - Yakira]
Adalgisa [Adalgise, Adelgise, Adelvice], Agate, Alaine [Allyn, Alleen, Allena, Allene, Alline, Allaine, Allayne, Alleine, ..], Alamea, Alana [Lana, Alona, Lanah, Lanna, Lanny, Alonna, Lannah, Lannie, ..], Alannah, Allena [Alene, Alena, Allene, Alynne, Allynn, Alleyne, Allynne, ..], Almodine, Amber [Ambur, Ambre, Ambar, Ambereen, Amberetta], Amethyst [Amathyst, Amatista, Amethist, Amethiste], Anmol, Aziza [Azize, Azizi], Bao, Beryl [Berri, Beril, Beryn, Berry, Berrie, Beryle, Berylla], Caoimhe [Keva, Keeva, Keavy, Keevah], Coral [Koral, Coraly, Korall, Koralie, Coralyn, Coralyne, Coralline, Koralline, ..], Emerald [Em, Emeralda, Emeraude, Emmarald, Esmeralda, Emeraldina], Golda [Goldi, Goldy, Goldee, Goldie, Goldia, Goldina, Goldarina, Goldarine], Jade [Jayda, Jayde, Zhade, Jaidra, Jaiden, Jaydee, Jaydra, Jayden, ..], Jancis [Jances, Jancess], Jewel [Jewell, Jewelle, Jewella, Jewelyn, Jewelene, Jewelisa, Juelline], Lana [Lanae, Lanna, Lanny, Lanette], Lulu, Nadira [Nadra, Nadirah], Ophira [Ofira, Ofeera], Precious [Precia, Preciosa], Silver [Silverey, Silverie], Treasure [Tesora, Tresor], Yakira [Yekara]