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Girl Names associated with Water


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Water baby names and what they mean, for water, rain, stream, snow, with 63 results. Usage of these girl names was at its peak in the 1930s (USAGE OF 1.09%) and is somewhat less today (USAGE 0.59%, 46% LESS), with names such as Beverly becoming less stylish. The most trendy names for newborns in this list are Amaya (#212), Lana (#353), Liana (#527), Phoebe (#287) and Talia (#284), while Tala (TOP 74%) and Riina (71%) are common last names. Here is the list of Water names for boys.

Water names

Abital - Eiry | Glaw - Niobe | Nixie - Undine | Yara - Zin

Abital - Eiry

Derivative of Hebrew. "Father of dew." Unusual. Compare Abital, Abeetal, Avital and common last names Afzal (TOP 17%), Asal (81%), with the -al suffix. This name is a poetic reference .. [Avital, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Latin. "Water." Not in popularity charts. .. "aqua", which is Latin for "water" .. [Aquannette, .. 2 more]


Origin fr. Basque, Japanese elements. "Night rain." Amaya and Amaia are unique female names, and Amaya appears commonly (UPPER 1%) as a last name. Also a place name for a .. [Amaia]


.. against the effects of strong drink .. A familiar baby name. [Amethiste, .. 3 more]

.. be a divine drink which confers .. Amrita is rare as a girls' name. See also Aurita.

.. divinity of "the Waters", associated with .. Anahita is an infrequently used female name.


Derivative of Persian word. "Brings rain." Usage of Aria and forms is widespread among parents presently, except for the version Ara which has fallen out of style. Also nickname of Arabella. [Arria, .. 2 more]

.. Artemis into a stream to avoid .. Unusual. Arethusa is not found in the US Demographics.

Stems fr. Old Norse. "Stream." Rather unusual as a girls' name, Beck occurs more often as a surname. Unisex name. Place name ..


Based on Old English element. "Beaver stream or meadow." Beverly and variants became more trendy in 2015, gaining on average +3 rankings as girls' names with Beverly leading the rise. Originally an English place name and .. [Verlye, Verlie, Buffy, Bevvy, Bevverly, .. 13 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Water names: Amaya, Amethyst, Ara, Beverly, Brenna

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Water names: Brooke, Cameron, Carmel, Clytie


Based on Gaelic. "Little drop of water; raven or .. ." Adoption of Brynna and forms was common in 1995 and is now reduced, with Brenna becoming somewhat dated. Modern use is probably as a .. [Brynne, Brennah, Brenne, Bren, .. 5 more]


Source fr. Old English, Old German elements. "Water, small stream." Brooke is the continual favorite, although Brooklynn seems to be gaining favor too. Also a surname .. [Brooky, Brookelle, .. 6 more]


.. possibly mean crooked stream or crooked .. Cameron is more ubiquitous than the rest, although Kamryn seems to be gaining favor too. [Kamyron, Kamron, Kameron, Camrin, Cameshia, Camesha, Cameri, Cameren, Cameran, .. 14 more]


.. Editor Carmel Snow. Adoption of Carmalla and forms grew during 1910-1919 and is lower today, with Carmella becoming less fashionable. [Mina, Lita, Lina, Karmel, Carmit, Carmine, Carmi, Carmesha, Carmelle, Carmelitha, .. 35 more]

"Stream bed." Cherith, Kerrith, etc. are not often adopted as children's names. Biblical .. [Kerrith, .. 2 more]

From Sioux element. "Dew." Chumani was not a Top birth name in 2015.


A water nymph in love with .. Less widespread today. Clytie was last recorded in the 1880s in the Top 2000.

Root fr. Welsh. "Snow." Eira is not often used as a baby name. See also Eila. Modern coinage from the word eira ..

Derivative of Welsh element. "Blessed snow." Eirwen and Eirawen are not in the Top 2000. .. from eira meaning "snow" and (g) .. [Eirawen]

From Welsh. "Snow." Rather quaint as a baby name. See also Eiryn. From eira ..

Quick Reference

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

1. Abital - Eiry
Abital [Avital, Abeetal], Acquanetta [Aquanette, Acquanette, Aquannette], Amaya [Amaia], Amethyst [Amathyst, Amatista, Amethist, Amethiste], Amrita, Anahita, Ara [Ari, Aria, Arria], Arethusa, Beck, Beverly [Verly, Verlee, Verlie, Verlye, ..], Brenna [Brenyn, Brinna, Brynna, Brynne, ..], Brooke [Brooky, Brooks, Brooklynn, Brooklynne, ..], Cameron [Kamryn, Kamrynn, Kamyron, Kamrynne, ..], Carmel [Mina, Lita, Melita, Melina, ..], Cherith [Kerith, Cheryth, Kerrith], Chumani, Clytie, Eira, Eirwen [Eirawen], Eiry

Glaw, Gweneira [Gwyneira], Halcyone [Halcyon, Halcyona], Irvette [Irvina, Ervina, Earvina, Ervette], Jorah, Kelby [Kelbea, Kelbey, Kellbie, Kelbeigh], Kelpie, Lake [Laken, Laiken], Lana [Lanae, Lanna, Lanny, Lanette], Liana [Liane, Liann, Lianna, Lianne, ..], Lynn [Lynna, Lynne, Lynnett, Lynnelle, ..], Makara, Maxwelle, Mendota, Naida [Nyad, Nayad, Niada, Nyada, ..], Nebraska, Neiva [Neva, Nevya, Neives], Nerida, Neva [Neve, Nevada, Nevara, Nieves], Niobe

Nixie [Neck], Noelani [Noe], Oceana [Oceania], Ondine [Ondina, Ondyne, Undine], Phoebe [Phebe, Pheby, Phoebey, Phoeboe, ..], Raina [Reina, Reyna, Reyney, Raynetta, ..], Rainbow [Rain], Rima, Rocio, Romy [Romi], Rosemary [Rozmary, Rosmarie, Rosemaria, Rosemarie, ..], Shandy [Shandee, Shandey, Shandie, Shandeigh], Spencer [Spenser], Talia [Talya, Tahlia, Taliah], Talise, Tallulah [Tula, Tally, Talula, Talulla, ..], Tally [Tallee, Talley, Tallie], Temperance, Tulia [Tula, Tulla, Tulya, Tullia, ..], Undine [Ondine, Undeen, Undene, Undina]

Yara [Iara, Uira], Zarya [Zaria], Zin

Usage comparison for Water names