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12 Spirit names and what they mean, for spirit for baby girls, listing 1-12. Ariel, Beata, Blythe and Marianne are commonly used names, while Anima, Charisma, Columba, Damia, Dove, Fiammetta, Ondine and Undine are rare in comparison. Here is the list of Spirit names for boys.
Anima .. In Latin, it means "spirit".
Beata .. First word of the Latin version of the famous "beatitudes" part of the biblical Sermon on the Mount: "Blessed are the poor in spirit." ..
Blythe .. Made famous by the opening lines of Shelley's poem "To a Skylark": "Hail to thee, blithe spirit!" and Noel Coward's play "Blithe Spirit" ..
Charisma .. Originally referred to the spiritual gifts bestowed by the Holy Spirit on the apostles ..
Columba .. The dove is a Christian symbol for peace and the Holy Spirit.
Dove .. The dove represents peace, God's covenant with Noah, and the Holy Spirit.
Fiammetta .. The word "fiamma" means "flame": it may refer to the flames of the Holy Spirit that descended on the apostles on the day Christians commemorate as Pentecost.
Ondine .. Mythology: Undine is the spirit of the waters ..
Undine .. Mythology: name of the spirit of the waters ..
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Arwen .. "Muse." ..
Bentley .. "Meadow of bent grass." ..
Precious .. In Catholic tradition, also a reference to the "precious blood of Christ".
Philomena .. Her cult was based on a set of bones discovered in Rome in 1802, but in 1961, archaeologists disproved the claim, and her veneration was forbidden by Rome.
Abelia .. "Breath, vapour." ..
Adela .. The name died out in England in the later Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century, being the name of a character in Johann Strauss's opera "Die Fledermaus" .. It was also made popular in the 1930s as the name of a character in the novels of Dornford Yates ..
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