Arabella - Nina
Page 1/1 of 5 Ship names.
Arabella▲ 1 .. .. A ship named the Arbella brought .. A very popular name for baby girls. The form Belle is generally used as a version of this name. [Ara, Arabel, Arabelle, Arbell, Arbelle, .. 12 more]
Carina▼ 2 .. .. part of Jason's ship the Argo. A moderately uncommon given name, existing somewhat regularly as a surname. The variations Karina and Carin are commonly used as variant forms of Carina. [Careena, Carena, Cariana, Carine, Carrina, .. 11 more]
Helen▼ 3 .. .. face that launched a thousand ships .. The name Helen has declined in popularity as a name for baby girls over the years. The forms Yelena, Nell, Leonore, Leanora, Ileana, Helena, Elnora, Ellen, Eleonora, Elena, Elana and Aline are prevalent as versions of the name. [Aileen, Aleanor, Aline, Eilidh, Elaine, .. 73 more]
Kelsey▲ 4 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Victorious ship." Also suitable as a boys' name. Kelsey is a commonplace (Top 13%) feminine name, occurring often (Top 3%) as a surname according to the US Census. The forms Kelsie and Kelcie are common as variations of the name. Also possibly a place name referring .. [Kelcey, Kelcy, Kellsie, Kelsea, Kelseigh, .. 7 more]
Nina 5 .. .. one of Christopher Columbus's three ships .. Nina is a frequently occurring (Top 6%) given name, occurring often (Top 62%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Nonah. [Neena, Neenah, Neneh, Nenna, Nineta, .. 12 more]
Summary of all Ship names (and variants) for girls.
[Arabella - Nina]
Arabella [Bella, Belle, Orbel, Orabel, Orbella, Orbelle, Orabelle, Orabella, ..], Carina [Rina, Karena, Carita, Karina, Karita, Karine, Carrina, Kareena, ..], Helen [Nora, Nell, Nelly, Yelena, Nellie, Nonnie, Nelliana, Nellette, ..], Kelsey [Kelsa, Kelsi, Kelsy, Kelsie, Kelsea, Kelsee, Kellsie, Kelseigh, ..], Nina [Nyna, Ninon, Ninoska, Ninetta, Ninette, Ninochka, Ninnette, Ninotchka, ..]