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Girl Names Ending with -th

Th ending baby names and what they mean, with 64 results. -th names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1890-1899 (ADOPTION OF 3.88%) and have become much less conventional since (ADOPTION 0.93%, 76% LESS), with names such as Ardith falling out of fashion. Lilith (#521) and Arleth (#1065) are two of the more chic baby names in this compilation, while Anseth (TOP 96%) and Arenth (99%) are conventional -th last names. Here is the list of -th names for boys.

-th names

Ailith - Elisabeth | Elizabeth - Jobeth | Judith - Sarabeth | Shulamith - Vardith

Ailith - Elisabeth

Ailith1, var. Eilith, Aldith1
Stems fr. Old English. "Seasoned warrior." Unconventional, but Ailith, Aldith, Eilith are comparable to popular -th last names Amith (UPPER 62%), Alseth (64%).

Ailith2, Aldith2
Forms of Aldis. Based on Old English language. "Battle-seasoned." Aldith and Ailith are not often used as baby names.

Form of Anat. From Hebrew language. "To sing." Anath is rare as a birth name. See also Amata.


Var. of Anna. Root fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Annabeth is popular as a birth name among the forms of Anna.


Var. of Arda. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Bronze." Ardath soared in popularity a century ago.

Ardith and variants

Ardith, var. Ardath2
Based on Hebrew language. "Blooming meadow." Ardath (TOP 90%) and Ardith (38%) are common female names.


Var. of Arlette. .. Probably of Norman French origin, a .. Arleth is popular as a birth name among the variant forms of Arlette.

Asenath, var. Acenath
From Egyptian. "She belongs to her father." Aseneth is a somewhat popular kid's name.


Based on Hebrew element. "House." Less used today. Beth was last listed in 2004 in the Top 2000. See also Bets.

Var. of Bethel. Root fr. Hebrew word. "House of God." Used somewhat frequently as a birth name, Beth is similar to the common Betty. See also Bethy.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -th names: Annabeth, Ardath, Ardith, Arleth, Beth

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -th names: Edith, Edyth, Elisabeth

Form of Catherine. Based on Greek. "Pure." Rather quaint as a children's name. See also Catee.

Var. of Cathy. Derived fr. Greek language. "Pure." Cath is not in the Top 2000. See also Catey.

Cherith1, var. Kerrith, Kerith, Cheryth1
"Stream bed." Unusual as children's names, but Cherith, Kerith, etc. are comparable to the more popular Charita. Biblical ..

Var. of Cherry. Root fr. Middle English, Old French elements. "Cherry fruit." Rather uncommon as a children's name. See also Cherith.

Cheryth3, var. Cherith2
Based on French, Welsh words. "Cherry fruit; happiness." Unique. Cheryth and Cherith are not found in the US Demographics.

Var. of Clara. Derivative of Latin. "Bright, famous." Clarabeth was not among 2018's Top names. See also Clarabel.

Form of Cora. Derived fr. Greek element. "Maiden." Corabeth was not among 2018's Top names.

Var. of Cynthia. From Greek element. "From Mount Kynthos." Canth and Centh are creative forms.

Edith and variants

Edith, var. Eydith, Eidyth, Eidith, Edyth, Eadith
Derived fr. Old English. "Strife for wealth." Usage of Edith, Eadith, etc. as girls' names in 2018 was down 6.6% compared to the year before.

Elisabeth and variants

Elisabeth, var. Liseth, Liesbeth, Elsbeth, Elisebeth
Based on Hebrew element. "God is my oath." Somewhat common as birth names, Elisabeth, Liesbeth, etc. sound like the popular Elizbeth.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -th names for girls.

1. Ailith - Elisabeth
Ailith [Eilith, Aldith], Aldis [Ailith, Aldith], Anat [Anath], Anna [Annabeth], Arda [Ardath], Ardith [Ardath], Arlette [Arleth], Asenath [Acenath], Beth, Bethel [Beth], Catherine [Cath], Cathy [Cath], Cherith [Kerith, Kerrith, Cheryth], Cherry [Cheryth], Cheryth [Cherith], Clara [Clarabeth], Cora [Corabeth], Cynthia [Cynth], Edith [Edyth, Eydith, Eidyth, Eidith, ..], Elisabeth [Liseth, Elsbeth, Liesbeth, Elisebeth]

Elizabeth [Lizeth, Lyzbeth, Lysbeth, Lizveth, ..], Elspeth [Elsbeth], Ethel [Eth], Faith [Fayth], Gormlaith, Gwenith [Gwenyth], Gwendolen [Gwyneth, Gwenyth], Gwenyth, Gwyneth [Gwinyth, Gwynith, Gwynneth, Gwinneth, ..], Heather [Heath], Hildreth, Hyacinth [Cynth, Jacynth], Jacinda [Jacynth, Jacinth], Giacinta [Jacynth], Jane [Janeth], Janet [Janeth, Janneth], Jacqueline [Jaquith], Jethra [Jeth], Jo [Jobeth], Jobeth

Yudit [Judith], Judith, Leith, Lezith, Libby [Lilibeth], Lilibeth [Lilybeth], Lilith [Lillith], Lizbeth [Lyzbeth, Lizabeth, Lisabeth], Lizette [Lizeth], Luna [Luneth], Mahalia [Mahalath], Margaret [Margreth], Mari [Maribeth], Martha [Marth], Mary [Marybeth], Meredith [Meridith, Meredyth, Meradith], Orla [Orlaith], Ranita [Ranith], Ruth, Sarah [Sarabeth]

Shulamith [Sulamith], Truth, Urit [Urith], Varda [Vardith]

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