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Girl Names associated with River


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River baby names and what they mean, for river, lake, stream, with 57 results. Usage of these girl names reached its peak in the 1930s (usage of 4.01%) and is now significantly reduced (usage 1.04%, 74.2%), with names like Alma becoming less in vogue. Isla (#141), Kendall (#147), Lorelei (#448) and Vivian (#95) are four of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation, while Beik (top 76%) and Boeck (13%) are common surnames. Here is the list of River names for boys.

Acadia - Fay | Giordana - Nila | Oba - Zin

Acadia - Fay

Top 2000 baby names ranking of River names: Alma, Beverly, Brooke, Cameron, Elba

Acadia Pronounce Acadia
.. the name of a river there. Aradia is a marginally prominent girl's name. See also Amadia.

Ailsa Pronounce Ailsa
.. the estuary of the river Clyde .. Common. Compare Ailsa, Elsa (98%) with popular -sa last names Apisa (top 87%), Assa (71%). [Ailis, Ailse, Elsa, Elsha, Elshe]

AlmaAlma Pronounce Alma
.. name of a river in the .. Allma and Almah are more unconventional as forms of Alma. [Almah, Allma]

Araxie Pronounce Araxie
Source fr. Armenian. "River that inspires poetic talent." Aranie and Araxi are kreatif forms.

Arethusa Pronounce Arethusa
.. pursued by a river god, who .. Not in Top 2000.

Beck Pronounce Beck
Root fr. Old Norse language. "Stream." Cross-gender use. Beck is unusual as a girls' name. Place name ..

BeverlyBeverly Pronounce Beverly
Derivative of Old English element. "Beaver stream or meadow." Usage of Beverly as a birth name has fallen off since 1930-1939. Originally an English place name and .. [Bev, Bevie, Lee, Verlee, Verlie, Verlye, .. 13 more]

BrookeBrooke Pronounce Brooke
Based on Old English, Old German languages. "Water, small stream." Usage of Brooke as a baby name has faded circa 2003. Also a surname .. [Brook, Brooklyn, .. 6 more]

CameronCameron Pronounce Cameron
.. possibly mean crooked stream or crooked .. Cami (upper 44%) and Cameron (44%) are prevalent as female names. [Camaran, Cameran, Cameren, Cameryn, Camren, Camrin, Camryn, Kamerin, Kameron, Kammeron, .. 13 more]

Ceira Pronounce Ceira
Name of a river in Portugal. Unique, with the -ra suffix, like Cintra, Ciara. See also Cira.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of River names: Erica, Fay

Cherith Pronounce Cherith
"Stream bed." Cheryth and variants are unique as girls' names. Biblical .. [Cheryth, Kerith, Kerrith]

Cimarron Pronounce Cimarron
.. Kansas and a river that runs .. Uncommon. Simarron, var. (cf. Caron) ends with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -ron. [Cimeron, Simarron, .. 1 more]

Clelia Pronounce Clelia
.. by swimming the River Tiber back .. Uncommon, with the -lia ending for Clelia, Cloelia, like Cecilia, Chalia. [Cloelia]

Clodagh Pronounce Clodagh
.. on the Tipperary river in Ireland .. Not Top 2000 name.

Columba Pronounce Columba
.. have exorcised the River Ness of .. Collie (upper 7%), Colly (79%), Colombe (31%) and Columbia (18%) occur regularly as surnames. [Collie, Colly, Colombe, .. 2 more]

Eiddwen Pronounce Eiddwen
.. name of a lake in Ceredigion. Sparing use. Eiddwen is not found in the US Demographics.

ElbaElba Pronounce Elba
.. is an important river in Germany .. Elbe exists frequently (top 32%) as a last name. [Elbe, Ellba]

Eleri Pronounce Eleri
.. is a Welsh river name probably .. Compare surnames Elert (upper 59%), Elery (53%). [Teleri]

EricaErica Pronounce Erica
.. actresses Rickie Lake, Ricki Christensen; singer .. Erica has diminished in popularity as a girls' name circa 1990. [Aerica, Ricki, Ricky, .. 27 more]

FayFay Pronounce Fay
.. Fay and variants became less trendy last year, dropping on average -3 positions as girls' names with Faye falling the most. .. known as "Lady of the Lake" .. [Fae, Fay, Faye, Feike, .. 4 more]

Quick Reference

Index of all River names [and variants] for girls.

1. Acadia - Fay
Acadia, Ailsa [Elsa, Ailis, Ailse, Elshe, Elsha], Alma [Almah, Allma], Araxie, Arethusa, Beck, Beverly [Lee, Buffy, Verly, Verlie, Verlye, Verlee, ..], Brooke [Brooks, Brooky, Brookie, Brooklyn, Brooklynn, Brooklynne, ..], Cameron [Kamron, Kamren, Kamryn, Kamrynn, Kamyron, Kamrynne, ..], Ceira, Cherith [Kerith, Cheryth, Kerrith], Cimarron [Simeron, Cimeron, Simarron], Clelia [Cloelia], Clodagh, Columba [Colly, Collie, Colombe, Columbia, Columbine], Eiddwen, Elba [Elbe, Ellba], Eleri [Teleri], Erica [Rikke, Ricky, Rikki, Rikky, Terica, Sherica, ..], Fay [Fee, Fey, Fei, Faye, Feike, Fayanna, ..]

2. Giordana - Nila
Giordana, Isla [Islay], Joan [Joni, Jone, Joane, Jonee, Joanie, Joannue], Jordan [Jori, Jorie, Jorry, Jorey, Jorrdan, Jourdan, ..], Kalinda [Kalindi, Kalynda], Kelby [Kelbea, Kelbey, Kellbie, Kelbeigh], Kelpie, Kendall [Kendyl, Kendal, Kyndal, Kendell, Kindall, Kyndall], Lake [Laken, Laiken], Leith [Lethe, Leithe], Letha [Lethe, Lethia, Leitha, Leithia], Loire [Loir, Loirane], Lorelei [Lura, Lorilyn, Lurette, Lurleen, Lurlene, Lurline, ..], Lynn [Lynna, Lynne, Lynlee, Lynley, Lynnett, Lynnelle, ..], Maxwelle, Melusine [Melusina], Miriam [Mitzi, Miryam, Mitzie, Miyana, Myriam, Miyanna, ..], Neda [Nedi, Nedda, Neddie], Neiva [Neva, Nevya, Neives], Nila [Nyla, Naila]

3. Oba - Zin
Oba, Oceana [Oceania], Odette [Odetta], Odila [Odile, Udile, Odilia, Udelia, Udilia, Odolia], Rhea [Rea, Ria, Reya, Rhae, Rhia, Rhaya], Rhonda [Ronda, Rondi, Rondel, Ronnda, Rhonnda, Rondelle, ..], Rickie [Rika, Riki, Rikki, Rikky, Ryckie, Ricquie, ..], Romney, Sabrina [Sabryna, Zabrina, Sebrina, Sabrene, Sebreena, Sabrinna, ..], Seneca [Seneka, Senecca, Senneca], Shaila [Shaili, Shalee], Shannon [Shanon, Shannae, Shannan, Shannin, Shannyn, Shannen, ..], Tiberia [Tibby, Tibbie, Tyberia], Tigris, Veronica [Vonnie, Veronka, Veronqua, Veronike, Veronique, Veroniqua, ..], Vivian [Vivyan, Vyvyan, Vyvyana, Vivyana, Vivyanne, Vyvyanne, ..], Zin

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