Ann - Gael
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Ann 1 .. Wild West sharpshooter Annie Oakley .. Usage of the name Ann as a baby name has declined over the years since 1930-1939. The forms Onie, Nita, Nannie, Nancy, Nancey, Nan, Annis, Annette, Annalisa, Annabel, Anjanette, Anissa and Anette are commonplace as versions of the name. [Aine, Anabel, Anechka, Anet, Anette, .. 91 more]
Briar 2 .. Derived fr. English element. "Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles." Seldom used as a birth name for girls, existing more conventionally as a last name. See also Bria. .. [Brier, Brieta, Brya, .. 3 more]
Brier 3 .. The English word also describes a wild rose with small, prickly thorns. Brier is an intermittently used feminine name, occurring frequently (Top 15%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Briet. [Briar]
Cybele 4 .. The mother of all gods, men, and wild nature, lions were her faithful companions .. Rarely used as a baby name. See also Cybil. [Cybel, .. 1 more]
Gael 5 .. The Scots term "Gaidheal" probably evolved from the Irish "goidel", which may be traced back to the Old Celtic word "gwydd", meaning "wild". Both a feminine and a masculine name. Gael is an intermittently used given name. [Gaelle]
Suggested category: virgin (pure)
Summary of all Wild names (and their variants) for girls.
[Ann - Gael]
Ann [Oni, Nita, Onie, Nona, Ninor, Nonie, Ninon, Ninoshka, ..], Briar [Brya, Briet, Bryar, Brier, Brieta, Brietta], Brier [Briar], Cybele [Cybel, Cybille], Gael [Gaelle]
[Neka - Zenobia]
Neka, Nerida, Olinda [Olynda], Sage [Saige, Sayge], Sahara [Sahra, Zahara, Saharah, Saharra], Scirocco [Cirocco, Sirocco], Yuma, Zenobia [Zena, Zenna, Zenda, Zenina, Zenobie, Zenaida, Zenaide, Zenayda, ..]