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Roman baby names and what they mean, for roman, with 113 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its peak in the 1950s (usage of 11.14%) and is now much reduced (usage 3.17%, 72%), with names such as Irene becoming less in vogue. The trendier baby names among these are Athena (#157), Aurora (#79), Camilla (#374), Eliana (#103) and Emilia (#145), while Arora (top 7%) and Levia (90%) are popular last names. Here is the list of Roman names for boys.

Agatha - Caledonia | Calista - Delicia | Demetria - Hermine | Hersilia - Majesta | Marcella - Sidonia | Socorro - Virginia

Agatha - Caledonia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Roman names: Agatha, Agnes, Amy, Annamaria, Anona

AgathaAgatha
.. to marry a Roman consul, and .. Popular, and Agatha, Agetha, Agotha are similar to common -ha last names Anduha (top 73%), Abraha (25%). [Aagje, Agace, Agafia, Agapit, Agathe, Agathi, Agatta, Agetha, Agie, Agota, .. 15 more]

AgnesAgnes
.. was a young Roman virgin martyred .. Ag, Agafi, Agafia, Agafon and Aggi are more rare as variations of Agnes. [Ag, Agafi, Agafia, Aggi, Agi, Agna, Agnah, Agneis, Agnellah, Agness, .. 65 more]

Agrippa
.. a first century Roman emperor, the .. Agrippa, Agrafina, etc. are not Top 2000 names. [Agrafina, Agrippine, .. 1 more]

Agrippina
.. of the corrupt Roman emperor Caligula .. Agrippina is more unusual as a version. [Agripina]

AmyAmy
.. the mother of the Roman people .. Amia and Esme are contemporarily stylish forms. [Aimee, Aimie, Amee, Amie, Amiee, Ammie, Aymee, .. 15 more]

Anahita
.. ītis by the Greeks and Romans. Outside Top 2000.

AnnamariaAnnamaria
.. may originate in Roman Catholic veneration .. Adoption of Annamaria, Annemarie, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was 50.5% less than 10 years ago. [Annamarie, Annemarie, .. 1 more]

AnonaAnona
.. name of the Roman goddess Anonna .. A moderately untypical girls' name. See also Anani.

Anonna
Name of the Roman goddess of .. A quirky girls' name. [Annona, Anona, .. 1 more]

AntoniaAntonia
.. was a common Roman feminine family .. Widely used, with usage of 0.028% for Antonia and variants as girls' names in 2015, higher than 0.026% the year before. [Anteunette, Antoinetta, Antonella, Antonija, Antonique, Antoniya, Antonya, Netty, Onita, Toini, .. 28 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Roman names: Antonia, Artemis, Athena, Aurora, Barbara, Bethany

Aphrodite
.. known to the Romans as Venus .. Anarodite and Aurodite are kreatif forms.

ArtemisArtemis
.. chastity, equivalent to the Romans' Diana .. Artemesia, Artemis and Artemisia are barely found as first names. [Artemesia, .. 1 more]

AthenaAthena
.. identified with the Roman goddess Minerva .. Athena and Attie are commonplace as variations. [Atheena, .. 5 more]

Attilia
.. of an ancient Roman family name .. Rare. Attilia, similar to Analilia, ends with the feminine -lia. Also a boys' name.

Auriel
.. slaves in the Roman Empire, perhaps .. Not Top 2000 names. [Aureola, .. 4 more]

AuroraAurora
Aurora was the Roman goddess of .. Aurora, Aurore and Rory are commonplace as versions. [Aurea, Rory, Zorica, .. 4 more]

BarbaraBarbara
.. In Roman Catholic custom, Saint Barbara .. Usage of Barbi and variants was up in the 1930s and has become reduced, with Barbara falling out of fashion. [Bab, Babbett, Babbette, Barbarit, Barbi, Barbora, Barbra, Barra, Bebe, Berbera, .. 43 more]

BethanyBethany
.. is popular with Roman Catholics, being .. Bethannie and forms were popular in 1996 and are now less conventional. [Bethanee, Bethann, Betheny, .. 8 more]

Boadicea
.. a massive army against Roman invaders .. Not in popularity charts.

Caledonia
.. conquered by the Roman general Agricola .. Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -nia ending, like Celenia.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Roman names [and variants] for girls.

1. Agatha - Caledonia
Agatha [25], Agnes [75], Agrippa [3], Agrippina [1], Amy [22], Anahita, Annamaria [3], Anona, Anonna [3], Antonia [38], Aphrodite, Artemis [2], Athena [6], Attilia, Auriel [5], Aurora [7], Barbara [53], Bethany [11], Boadicea, Caledonia


Calista [25], Camellia [3], Camilla [38], Candace [29], Candida [5], Carmel [45], Celia [4], Ceres, Charmaine [27], Chloris [4], Clelia [1], Clodagh, Corin [11], Corinna [41], Cornelia [26], Cybele [2], Cynthia [52], Dacia [1], Daphne [13], Delicia [22]


Demetria [9], Deyanira [7], Diana [34], Drusilla [11], Dulce [20], Egeria [3], Eliana [14], Emilia [4], Emily [75], Fabia [9], Fabiola [1], Fauna [4], Faustine [3], Flavia [3], Flora [31], Fortune [2], Fulvia, Germaine [10], Hera, Hermine [2]


Hersilia [5], Hestia, Hortense [8], Hortensia, Irene [28], Jana [11], Jovana [5], Juno [4], Lara [6], Latona, Lauren [33], Laverne [7], Lavinia [17], Levana [6], Livia [5], Lucille [10], Lucinda [7], Lucretia [25], Maia [11], Majesta [1]


Marcella [24], Marcia [23], May [12], Meliora, Minerva, Modesty [4], Nereida [3], Norma [3], Octavia [9], Ora [5], Patricia [21], Paula [19], Pomona, Portia, Quirina, Romola [6], Rosario, Seneca [3], Serena [13], Sidonia [6]


Socorro [4], Tatiana [23], Terena [17], Terra [5], Tiberia [3], Tryphena [5], Tulia [8], Valerie [24], Venus [4], Verbena [4], Vesta [1], Victoria [31], Virginia [38]

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