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GIRLS

Accalia
Ailani
Ailova
Aisling
Alastriona
Allifair
April
Amapola
Amarantha
Amethyst
Amoret
Anaxandra
Andromeda
Angela
Angelica
Anna
April
Aquamarine
Archina
Arianell(a)
Arrietty
Aspen
Aurelia


Basilia
Beatrix
Belina
Bellamy
Belle
Belphoebe
Belva
Betony
Blair
Blossom
Bonnie
Bradamante
Branwen, Bronwen
Brianda
Brunissende
Bryony (Briony)


Calendula
Camellia
Campbell
Carnelia, Carnella
Carol
Cassia, Cassiana
Castalia
Catkin
Catriana
Catrina
Cecilia
Cecily, Cicely
Celandine
Celia
Cenawen
Chamomile
Charis, Charissa, Charisma
Charlotte
Cheshire
Christabel
Chrysanthe
Clarabel
Clary
Claudine
Cloelia
Cofa
Columba
Connelly
Cora
Coral, Coralie, Coralia
Cordelia
Coriander
Cornelia
Cosima
Cressida
Crisanta
Cymbeline
Cyprine


Dahlia
Damia, Damiana
Darcy
Daria
December
Dido
Dorigen
Dracaena
Dulcibella


Edda
Eir, Eira
Eirawen
Electra, Elettra
Elena, Elina
Eliana
Elisena
Elladine
Ellery
Elowen
Elsa
Embla
Emerald
Emmanuelle
Emmeline
Endrina
Epona, Eponina, Eponine
Eris
Erisabel
Ermintrude
Eschiva
Eternity
Eugenia, Eugenie
Eulalia
Euphemia
Evangeline


Fairuza
Falena
Fay
Felicity
Felixa, Felixia
Fenella
Fenicia
Fentress
Ferelith
Fiamma & Fiammetta
Fiera
Fifer
Flora


Galatea
Garden
Garnet
Gennara
Genoveva, Geneva
Ginevra
Giordana
Giovanna
Guinevere
Gwen
Gwyneira
Gwyneth


Hallow
Hania
Heidi
Heliabel
Hermione


Ilithyia
Imber
Imogen
Indiana
Ingela
Ingrid
Irma
Isabeau
Isadora
Isannah
Isla
Ismay
Iva
Ivelisse


January
Jennifer
Jessamine
Juniper
Justice


Katrina
Kira
Kit
Koa
Kolfinna
Ksenia
Kyria, Kyrie


Lamia
Lamya
Larimar
Lauren
Lavender
Lavinia
Leda
Lemon
Lenore, Lenora, Leonora
Leocadia
Lilikoi
Lilith
Linden
Lionella
Loredana
Lorelei
Loria
Lucania
Luna
Lyra


Magnolia
Mahina
Maibritt (Maybritt)
Marcheline
Marvel
Meliora
Melisande
Melusine
Menechiella
Mercia
Merrick
Milana
Millicent
Minka
Mirabella
Miuccia
Moana
Molniya
Monroe


Natalia
Natasha
Nella
Nelleke
Nimue
Nina
Nineve
Niniane
Noelle


Odessa
Odette
Olivine
Olympia
Ombeline
Ondine
Onyx
Opal
Ora
Orabel
Osa
Oscalie
Ottilie
Ourania


Palmer
Pearl
Penelope
Penna
Perdita
Peridot
Persephone
Persinette
Petra
Philantha
Philippa
Plumeria
Poinsettia
Polaris
Polly
Pomeline
Poppy
Praxedes
Prunella
Pulcherie


Quince
Quitterie


Ramona
Ravensara
Reagan
Regina
Ren
Richenza (Richeza)
Riley
Rhondine
Robin
Rohana
Romilly
Rosa (with list of all rose names)
Rosaria
Rowan
Rowena
Roxelana
Rudolpha


Sabrina
Sailor
Saoirse
Sapphira
Sarazine
Saskia
Season
Sebastiana
Seneca
Senna
Seraphina
Severa, Severina, Severine
Sevilla
Shalimar
Shenoa
Shepherdess
Sheridan
Sidonia (Sidonie)
Siobhan
Sova
Star (and names that mean star)
Susannah
Sutton
Suvi
Sveva
Sylvia, Silvia


Tabrett
Tamarix
Tamsin
Tana
Thalassa
Thea
Theresa
Theria
Thomasina
Tiana
Tigris
Timea
Tindra
Tisa
Titania
Tomyris
Topanga
Topaz
Trudy
Trystine
Twila, Twyla


Ulyssa
Undine
Urraca
Ursula


Vaiana
Valeriana
Velia
Vanellope
Venla
Verona
Vesper
Victoria
Vincenza
Viola
Violetta
Viridiana
Vittoria
Vivian


Wallis
Wendela, Wendelina
Winter


Yara
Yarden
Yardley
Yolandi
Yvette
Yvonne


Zanzibel
Zelda
Zenobia
Zephyra & Zephyrine
Zezolla
Zivanka

Comments

  1. do you know of any names that mean puppet

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  2. Panchaali might mean puppet, but Marionette could be a name if someone was daring enough.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Boa tarde!
    Gostaria de saber o significado dos nomes Elmorane, Tanandra e Iaponira.

    ReplyDelete

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