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Girl Names associated with Blessed


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Blessed baby names and what they mean, for blessed, fortunate, lucky, blessing, with 57 results. Usage of these girl names reached its peak 128 years ago (USAGE OF 1.69%) and is now much less (USAGE 0.66%, 61% LESS), with names like Winifred becoming less trendy. Clover (#1248), Elodie (#1049) and Felicity (#354) are three of the more chic baby names among these, while Bew (TOP 46%) and Be (25%) are conventional surnames. Here is the list of Blessed names for boys.

Blessed names

Aeronwen - Ceridwen | Charisma - Gada | Grace - Zaida

Aeronwen - Ceridwen

Derived fr. Welsh. "Fair, blessed berries." Uncommon, but Aeronwen is similar to common surnames Antonsen (UPPER 31%), Arnzen (28%), which also end with -en. Also possibly derives from the name ..


.. to baby girls as a blessing. Usage of Ardith as a birth name has diminished circa the 1930s. [Ardis, Aedelle, Ardell, Ardelia, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Fortunate, felicitous." Asra is a marginally prominent girl's name. Feminine of Asher. [Ashirah, Asheera]

Stems fr. Old German. "Lucky." Audris and Audriss are rarely used as girls' names. [Audriss]


Derivative of Latin. "Blessed." Bea appears often (UPPER 19%) as a surname. .. "Blessed are the poor in spirit." .. [Beate, Bea]


Origin fr. Latin element. "Blessed." Bea (TOP 19%), Beatie (45%), Beatrice (15%), Beattie (2%) and Bee (5%) appear often as surnames. Italian and French form of Beatrix .. [Trixy, Trixie, Beitriss, Beeatrix, Beeatrisa, Bee, Bebe, Beattie, Beatriz, Beatrisa, .. 14 more]


.. Beatrice (Latin) "voyager (through life); blessed" .. Less widespread today. Bee was last recorded in 1910-1919 in the Top 2000.

Derivative of Latin. "Blessed." Dixie (TOP 11%), Benita (18%) and Bennie (25%) are commonplace feminine names. Feminine of Benedict .. [Dixie, Benni, Benoite, Benedicte, .. 8 more]

Root fr. Spanish language. "Blessed one." Not that common as a baby name. A town in Northern California. [Benecia]


Source fr. Spanish, Latin languages. "Blessed." Somewhat popular as children's names, Bennie, Benita, etc. are comparable to the familiar Jennie. Feminine variant of Benedict .. [Nita, Binny, Binnie, Benny, Benedetta, .. 7 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Blessed names: Ardith, Beata, Beatrice, Bee, Benita

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Blessed names: Beryl, Blessing, Bronwyn, Cassandra

Derived fr. Hebrew. "A blessing." Barucha and variants were not among 2018's Top names. The male name from the same .. [Bracha, Berucha, Barucha]


.. considered a token of good luck .. Berry (UPPER 78%) and Beryl (22%) are commonplace as feminine names. [Beryn, Berylla, Beril, .. 4 more]


"Consecration." Usage of Blessing as a baby name in 2018 was up significantly compared to 10 years ago.

Possibly "white, blessed raven" or a .. Compare surnames Branden, Branen. [Brangwen]


Source fr. Welsh element. "Fair, blessed breast." Slightly novel as a birth name nowadays, but Bronwyn is still recorded often as a female first name. [Bronya, Bronwynn, Bronwin, Bronny, .. 3 more]

Root fr. Welsh. "Love, fair, blessed." Outside Top 2000. See also Carrin. Carwyn is the male form.


.. a Trojan princess blessed with the .. Casie (TOP 56%), Cassie (13%), Kasey (20%), Sandi (27%) and Saundra (18%) are conventional feminine names. [Zandra, Sandra, Sandee, Sande, Kassie, Kassi, Kasey, Cassundra, Cassandry, Cassandrea, .. 38 more]

From Welsh element. "Beautiful and white, blessed." Not that prominent as a girls' name. From "cain gwen" .. [Keyne, Cain]

Root fr. Welsh language. "Fair, blessed poetry." Less common today. Keri was the variant last recorded (2003) in the Top 2000. Short form of Ceridwen and Cerise .. [Keri, .. 1 more]

Derived fr. Welsh word. "Fair, blessed poetry." Less widespread today. Cari was the form last found (1996) in the Top 2000. From "cerdd gwen" .. [Cerridwyn, Cerridwen, .. 4 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Aeronwen - Ceridwen
Aeronwen, Ardith [Ardis, Ardell, Ardath, Aedelle, Ardella, Ardelia], Ashra [Ashirah, Asheera], Audris [Audriss], Beata [Bea, Beate], Beatrice [Trix, Trixy, Trixie, Beitris, Beitriss, Beeatrix, ..], Bee, Benedicta [Dixie, Bente, Benni, Bennie, Benita, Benoite, ..], Benicia [Benecia], Benita [Nita, Binny, Benny, Binnie, Bennie, Benoite, ..], Beracha [Bracha, Berucha, Barucha], Beryl [Beryn, Berry, Berri, Beryle, Berrie, Berylla], Blessing, Branwen [Brangwen], Bronwyn [Bronya, Bronny, Bronwin, Bronwen, Bronnie, Bronwynn], Carwen, Cassandra [Sandy, Zandra, Sondra, Sandra, Sohndra, Saundra, ..], Ceinwen [Cain, Keyne], Ceri [Keri, Cerian], Ceridwen [Ceri, Cari, Ceridwyn, Ceradwyn, Cerridwyn, Cerridwen]

Charisma [Karisma, Carisma, Charisma], Clover [Clova], Coral [Koral, Korall, Koralie, Coralyn, Coralyne, Koralline, ..], Cybil [Cybill], Destiny [Destyni, Destini, Destine, Destinie, Destiney, Destinee, ..], Detta, Dextra [Dextera], Eiddwen, Eilwen, Eirwen [Eirawen], Elodie [Elody, Elodia, Elodea, Helodie, Helodia, Helodea], Elysia [Ilyse, Ilysa, Ilise, Elyse, Ilysia, Ileesia, ..], Emer [Eimer, Eimhir, Eimear], Faustine [Fausta, Fauste, Faustina], Felice, Felicia [Phylicia, Phelicia, Phalisha, Phalicia, Phyllisha, Phyllicia, ..], Felicity [Flick, Felicite, Felicita, Felicitas], Flick, Fortune [Fortuna, Fortunata], Gada

Grace [Grazia, Grayce, Grazyna, Grazina, Graziosa, Graziella, ..], Guinevere [Win, Winny, Winne, Wendy, Winnie, Wendie, ..], Gwen [Gwyn, Gwynn, Gwenn], Gwendolen [Win, Wynne, Winne, Wendy, Wendi, Wendie, ..], Gwyneth [Wynne, Winny, Wynnie, Winnie, Gwynne, Gwynneth, ..], Gwyn [Gwynn, Gwinn, Gwynne, Gwynna, Gwinne, Gwinna], Hedwenn, Jahzara, Macaria [Makaria, Makarria, Maccaria, Macarria, Macarisa], Odila [Udile, Odile, Udilia, Udelia, Odolia, Odilia], Olga [Ola, Olia, Elga, Helga, Olenka], Paradisa, Saida [Sayda], Trixie [Trix, Trixy, Trixee], Vanna [Vana, Vanetta, Lavanna], Winifred [Wynn, Wynne, Wynifred, Wynafred, Wynnifred, Winnifred, ..], Zaida [Zada, Zayda, Zadie, Zayeeda]

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