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Strong baby names and what they mean, for strong, strength, mighty, healthy.

Usage of these girl names reached its highest in the 1910s (adoption of 3.57%) and is somewhat less today (adoption 2.26%, 37%), with names such as Gabrielle falling out of fashion. The most trendy names for newborns here are Valentina (#112), Delilah (#130), Audrey (#36), Eloise (#300) and Sage (#388).

Here is the list of Strong names for boys.


Names may be associated with a word, eg. Raven is associated with "dark" but does not mean "dark".

Adira - Eloise

Page 1/3 of 49 Strong names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Strong names: Amethyst, Arin, Audra, Audrey, Bernadette

Derivative of Hebrew element. "Strong, noble, powerful." Aaira is a slightly prominent girl's name. [Adeera, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Hebrew, Arabic words. "Strong; cultured." Uncommon, but Alima is similar to common -ima surnames Arima (top 40%), Klima (9%). See also Aliza.

.. against the effects of strong drink .. Amethyst is generally used as a version. [Amathyst, Amethist, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic, Hebrew. "Mountain of strength." Aren and forms peaked in popularity 2 decades ago. Variant of Erin .. [Aren]

From Hebrew. "Mountain of strength." Arnian and Arnida are kreatif variations. Feminine of Aaron. [Aarona, Arna, Arnit, .. 2 more]

From Old English language. "Noble strength." Audra is a conventional (upper 16%) women's name. See also Adra. Modern variant of Audrey, used in ..

Derivative of Old English element. "Noble strength." Usage of Audra as a children's name has faded circa 1970-1979. Altered form of the Old English .. [Audelia, Audessa, Audrea, Audreen, Audrie, .. 12 more]

Source fr. Arabic, Hebrew. "Mighty." Aziza, Azize and Azizi are not Top 2000 names. [Azize, Azizi]

Root fr. French, Old German elements. "Strong, brave bear." Bernadette was a Top birth name in 2014. Feminine of Bernard .. [Benadette, Bernadea, Bernadene, Bernadetta, Bernadin, Bernadine, Bernadyna, Bernaetta, Bernarda, .. 22 more]

Derived fr. Old French, Old German. "Strong, brave bear." Berdine (upper 26%) and Bernie (43%) occur commonly as last names. Feminine of Bernard. [Bernie, .. 4 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Strong names: Bernadine, Brianna, Delilah, Ebba, Eloise

.. also possibly mean "strong". A contemporary .. Somewhat common as girls' names, Bryana, Brianna, etc. are similar to the familiar Aryana. [Brana, Breanna, Breeanna, Breena, Brianda, Brianni, Brienna, Brieon, Briney, Bryanne, .. 34 more]

Possibly Celtic, meaning "strength". The name .. Not in popularity charts.

Origin fr. Russian, Polish words. "Armour, strength and protection." Uncommon, with the -ya suffix, like Blasya, Bitya. See also Bronny.

.. has connotations of great physical strength. Brinhilda and forms peaked in popularity in the 1900s, but now, Hilda has become somewhat dated. [Brinhild, Brunhilde, Brunnhilda, Brynhilda, Brunilda, Brynnhilda, Hildie, .. 13 more]

Root fr. Aramaic language. "Strong, mighty." Not that common as a girls' name. See also Chalina.

.. the secret of his superhuman strength. Usage of Delilah, Lilah, etc. as baby names in 2014 was significantly more than in 2004. [Dalila, .. 3 more]

Origin fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "World mighty." Dona (upper 18%) and Donia (45%) appear regularly as surnames. Feminine of Donald. [Dona, Donita, .. 6 more]

Based on Old German, Old English languages. "Brave, strong boar." Ebba is familiar as a variant form. Feminine of Eberhard .. [Ebbe]

Based on Latin, Old English words. "Elf, magical being strength." Freda (top 10%), Elva (13%), Frieda (15%), Alfreda (21%), Elfriede (44%), Freeda (56%), Elfrieda (75%), Frida (80%) and Elfreda (93%) are common women's names. 19th century revival of the female .. [Alfreda, Alfrieda, Elfreda, Elfrida, Elfrieda, Elfrydah, Elva, Elvah, Freddi, Freeda, .. 15 more]

.. from hail robust, healthy and wid .. Usage of Eloise, Eloisa, etc. as girls' names in 2014 was up 19.6% compared to 2013. [Aloysia, Eloisa, Elouise, .. 5 more]

Quick Reference

Index of all Strong names [and variants] for girls.

1. Adira - Eloise
Adira [Edira, Adeera], Alima, Amethyst [Amathyst, Amatista, Amethist, Amethiste], Arin [Aren], Arnina [Arna, Arnit, Arona, Aarona, Arnice], Audra, Audrey [Audry, Audrie, Audris, Audrye, Audrina, Audrielle, ..], Aziza [Azize, Azizi], Bernadette [Berny, Bernie, Bernina, Bernita, Bernetta, Bernette, ..], Bernadine [Benni, Bernie, Berdine, Berneen, Bernardina], Brianna [Bryn, Bryna, Brynna, Brynne, Brynnan, Breayanna, ..], Brigantia, Bronya, Brunhilda [Hilde, Hildi, Nilda, Hildy, Hilda, Hildie, ..], Chasina, Delilah [Lila, Lilah, Dalila, Delila], Donalda [Donia, Donita, Donelda, Donetta, Donaline, Donaldina, ..], Ebba [Ebbe], Elfrida [Frida, Fryda, Friede, Frieda, Freeda, Friedah, ..], Eloise [Elois, Eloyse, Eloisa, Elouise, Heloise, Elouisa, ..]

2. Ermintrude - Salvia
Ermintrude [Trudy, Imtrud, Irmtraud, Irmentrud, Ermentraud, Ermyntrude], Etheldreda [Dreda], Fortney [Fortny, Fortnee, Fortnie, Fortnea, Fortneigh], Gabrielle [Gavrina, Gavrila, Gavrilla, Gavraila, Gavrielle, Gavriella, ..], Gavrila [Gavryla, Gavrilla, Gavrylla], Gertrude [Tru, Trude, Trudi, Truus, Trudy, Trudie, ..], Kyra [Kyrha, Kyria, Kyrie, Kyrra, Kyrene, Kyreena, ..], Lenna [Lenda, Leonarda], Leonarda [Lenda, Lenarda, Lennarda, Leonarde], Madison [Madisen, Madyson, Madisyn, Maddison, Madisson], Mafalda [Maffalda], Magnilda [Magnhilde], Matilda [Tilde, Tildy, Tilli, Tilly, Tillie, Tildie, ..], Melisande [Melysande, Melisandre, Melissande, Mellisande, Melyssandre, Melissandre, ..], Mildred [Milly, Millie, Mildrid], Millicent [Milly, Millie, Milzie, Missie, Milisent, Millisent, ..], Nadette, Ronni [Ronny, Ronney, Ronnie, Ronnelle, Ronnette, Ronnella, ..], Sage [Saige, Sayge], Salvia [Sallvia, Salvina]

3. Tilda - Wyetta
Tilda [Tildy, Tilly, Thilde, Tildie, Tilley, Tillie], Treasa, Trudy [Truda, Trude, Trudi, Trudie, Trudye, Trudey], Valencia [Valentia], Valentina [Valli, Vally, Valyn, Vallie, Velora, Vallatina, ..], Valerie [Valka, Valry, Vallory, Vallrie, Valorie, Vallorie, ..], Virtue, Walburga [Walberga, Wallburga, Walpurgis], Wyetta [Wyette]