Baby Names, Baby Name Meanings

Screen Names

3 Screen names that mean screen for girls, listing Screen baby names 1-3. Alma and Colleen are popular names. Petula is an uncommon name. View Screen baby names below for name meanings.


Alma ... American vamp of the silent screen, Alma Bennett ... [2]

Colleen ... The name has been associated with silent screen celebrity Colleen Moore (1901-88) ... [19]

Petula ... This name was first heard of in the 20th century due to the perpetually pert Petula Clark's stage and screen career ... [1]

Popularity of Screen names: Alma, Colleen

Related words: blind, champion, clear, cloth, color, drop, film, flat, governor, guard, helmet, lace, movies, obscure, protect, protection, rank, refuge, shade, shadow, shelter, shield, show, sublime, television, weaving, web. Partial list of 17 results related to screen below. Click on above related words for more results.


Hannah ... she asked God to bless her with a child ... [24]

Cecilia ... "Blind; sixth." ... The feminine form is more popular than the male form because of the blind Saint Cecilia (second or third century) virgin martyr known as the patron saint of music ... [89]

Levina ... "Lightning bolt."

Melba ... The city of Melbourne takes its name from British politician William Lamb Melbourne (19th century) and means "border" ... [3]

Pandora ... She was given charge of a mysterious box and told not to open it ... she opened the box ... [6]

Carlin ... "Little champion." [1]

Akyra ... "Bright, clear, ideal." ...

Capucine ... French form of an Italian word for a cloak with a deep collar ...

Beige ... and referred originally to undyed woollen cloth ...

Rabab ... "Pale cloud." [1]

Tawny ... the warm sandy color of a lion's coat. [10]

Afra ... "Young deer; color of earth." ... [4]

Capucine ... "Cowl." ...

Brenna ... "Little drop of water; raven or black-haired." ... [9]

Agnes ... film director Annest Holland. [75]

Mesa ... Geography name: flat-topped hill in southwestern America ... [2]

Geneva ... whose old Dutch name was "genever", hence "gin" ... [18]

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