Bronte 6 .. Literary: transferred use of the surname of the sisters Charlotte, Emily, and Anne .. Unusual as a name for baby girls.
Careen 7 .. The younger sister of Scarlet .. Careen is an intermittently used women's name. See also Caren. [Carreen, .. 1 more]
Decca 8 .. It was famous as the Mitford family nickname for the journalist sister Jessica, and as a defunct American record label. Atypical as a given name. See also Dessa. [Decka, .. 1 more]
Eithne 9 .. Saint Ethenia, a daughter of King Laoghaire, was one of Saint Patrick's first converts, together with her sister Fidelma. Uncommon as a birth name for girls. See also Aithne. [Aine, Ena, Ethnah, Ethni, .. 7 more]
Elodie 10 .. Saint Elodia or Alodia was a ninth-century Spanish martyr along with her sister Nunilo. Elodie is atypical as a women's name. See also Elidia. [Elodea, Helodea, .. 4 more]
Eris 11 .. Mythology: goddess of discord and destruction, and sister of Ares the god of war. Eris is intermittently used as a women's name. See also Erike. [Aeress, Eriss, .. 2 more]
Fay▼ 12 .. A name suitable for both sexes. Fay is recognizable (Top 14%) as a female name, appearing frequently (Top 3%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Faye is commonplace as a variant form of Fay. Late 19th-century coinage, influenced by the legend of King Arthur, in which Morgan le Fay, his half-sister, is a mysterious sorceress also known as "Lady of the Lake" .. [Fae, Fayanna, Fei, .. 5 more]
Hope▲ 13 .. Was favored for sisters by Puritans and Catholics .. The name Hope has risen in favor with parents. See also Hebe.
Irene▼ 14 .. Saint Irene (fourth century) was one of the three sisters martyred for their faith in Macedonia .. Irene is recognizable (Top 2%) as a female name, appearing frequently (Top 58%) as a last name in the US Census. The variations Rina and Irina are commonplace as variant forms of Irene. [Aireen, Airina, Eiren, Erena, Irayna, .. 23 more]
Isis▲ 15 .. Sister to Osiris and mother of Horus. Usage of Isis as a given name is commonplace (#706 the previous year). Isis also occurs frequently as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. See also Iris.