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Roman Names for girls
Roman names and what they mean, for roman for women. Here is the list of Roman names for boys. Usage of these girl names was at its peak in 1940-1949 and it is somewhat lower today, with names like Norma, Agnes, Paula, May and Flora falling out of fashion. The most trendy baby names in this list are Emilia (#164), Athena (#195), Lucille (#343), Livia (#666) and Camilla (#364), with Emilia, Lucille and Camilla having a rebound in usage.
Agatha - Amy
Page 1/12 of 109 Roman names.
Agatha 1 .. Saint Agatha (third century) was a Christian who refused to marry a Roman consul, and was eventually martyred .. Usage of Agatha as a baby name has decreased over time since 1900-1909. The form Aggie is common as a variation of Agatha. [Aagje, Agace, Agafia, Agafon, Agapit, .. 20 more]
Agnes 2 .. The popular Saint Agnes (fourth century) was a young Roman virgin martyred by the Roman Emperor Diocletian .. Agnes is frequently occurring (Top 5%) as a first name, appearing commonly (Top 35%) as a last name in the US Census. The variations Inez, Annis and Anais are prevalent as variant forms of this name. [Ag, Agafia, Aggi, Aggy, Aghna, .. 70 more]
Agrippa 3 .. Name of a first-century Roman emperor, the son of Herod .. Infrequently used as a birth name for females. See also Agripina. [Agrafina, Agrippine, .. 1 more]
Agrippina 4 .. Sister of the corrupt Roman emperor Caligula and mother of the also unsavory Roman Emperor Nero, who had her murdered. Agrippina is scarcely used as a first name. See also Agrippine. [Agripina]
Amy 5 .. Mythology: wife of King Latinus, whose daughter Lavinia married Aeneas and according to the "Aeneid", became the mother of the Roman people .. A very well-received birth name for females (#148 in 2014) that also occurs somewhat commonly as a surname. The forms Amiee, Amia and Amada are commonly used as versions of Amy. [Aimee, Aimy, Amata, Amee, Ami, .. 16 more]
11 pages left with 104 names. View the next page >> for more baby girl names from Annamaria to Aurora.
Summary of all Roman names (and their variants) for girls.
[Agatha - Amy]
[Annamaria - Aurora]
[Barbara - Carmel]
[Celia - Cybele]
[Cynthia - Egeria]
[Eliana - Fortune]
[Fulvia - Lara]
[Latona - Maia]
[Majesta - Octavia]
[Ora - Serena]
[Sidonia - Venus]
[Verbena - Virginia]
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