Girl's Names R-T

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Girls Names

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Meaning

Rabi Arabic The harvest, or the spring.
Rach African Frog.
Rachael   A ewe.
Rachel Hebrew A ewe. The wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph in the Bible.
Rachelle   A ewe.
Rachna Hindu  
Rada Slavonic Glad.
Radella Old English An elfin adviser.
Radha Sanskrit Success. The name of a Hindu goddess.
Radhika Hindu a form of the Devi, 5th Sakti, wife of Krishna
Radinka Slavonic Joyful, active.
Radmilla Slavonic A worker for the people.
Rae English A doe. Also see Rachel and Raelene.
Raeka Spanish beautiful, unique
Raelene Australian A modern invented name.
Raelin Celtic Raelyn, Rae
Rafaela   The divine healer, or healed by God. Feminine form of Raphael.
Rafaella   The divine healer, or healed by God. Feminine form of Raphael.
Raghnailt Irish Gaelic A ewe.
Ragini Hindu  
Ragnhild Norse one who is wise in battle
Rahab Hebrew  
Rahel Hebrew A ewe.
Rai Japanese trust
Raimy Raimee  
Rain Latin ruler
Rainbow Old English An array of bright colours.
Raine Old German Advice, decision.
Raisa Russian from Greek Adaptable.
Raissa Old French The believer.
Raizel Hebrew rose
Raja Arabic The hopeful one.
Rajani Sanskrit Dark, of the night.
Rajni Hindu  
Rakel Scandinavian A ewe.
Rakhi Hindu  
Raksha Hindu  
Ramla Swahili One who predicts the future.
Ramona Spanish A wise protector. The feminine form of Ramon or Raymond.
Ramya Hindu elegant, beautiful
Rana Arabic Beautiful to gaze upon. Also see Rani.
Randa   The admired one.
Randie   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Randy   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Rane   Queen.
Ranee   Queen.
Rangi Maori/Polynesian Heaven or the sky. A boy or girl's name.
Rani Sanskrit A queen.
Ranjana Hindu  
Ranjita Hindu  
Raphaela Hebrew The divine healer, or healed by God. Feminine form of Raphael.
Raphaella Hebrew healed by God
Raquel Spanish A ewe. The wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph in the Bible.
Raquelle   A ewe. The wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph in the Bible.
Rashida Arabic Righteous.
Rasika Hindu  
Rasine Polish a rose
Rasna Hindu  
Rata Aboriginal/Polynesian Aboriginal: A plant. Polynesian: The name of a great chief. A boy or girl's name.
Rati Sanskrit Love.
Rawnie Gypsy lady
Ray Old French A stream or a king. A boy or girl's name.
Rayelle    
Raylene Raylina  
Rayma   A wise protector. The feminine form of Ramon or Raymond.
Rayna Polish/Czech A queen.
Raziya African agreeable
Reanna   A nymph, or a queen.
Reba   A heifer or a knotted cord.
Rebecca Hebrew A heifer or a knotted cord. The wife of Isaac in the Bible.
Rebekah Hebrew A heifer or a knotted cord. The wife of Isaac in the Bible.
Rebel Latin The rebellious one. A boy or girl's name.
Reena Hindu  
Regan Irish Gaelic The descendant of a king. A boy or girl's name.
Regina Latin The descendant of a king.
Rei Japanese gratitude
Reidun Norwegian nest-lovely
Reiko Japanese Gratitude.
Reina Polish/Czech A queen.
Reine French A queen.
Reka Maori Sweet.
Rekha Hindu straight line
Reman Hindu  
Ren Japanese water lily
Rena Hebrew A joyous song.
Renata Latin Reborn.
Rene Latin Reborn. A boy or girl's name.
Renee French Reborn.
Renita Latin A rebel.
Renny Irish Gaelic Small but powerful. A boy or girl's name.
Renuka Hindu  
Rere Maori A waterfall.
Reseda Latin A mignonette flower.
Reshma Hindu silky
Reva Latin Renewed strength.
Revati Hindu wife of Balarama
Revelation Latin Lacy
Rewa Polynesian Slender.
Rexana Latin Regally graceful.
Rhea Greek A stream, or a mother.
Rhiamon Welsh witch
Rhiannon Welsh A nymph, or a queen.
Rhoda Greek A rose, or a woman from the island of Rhodes.
Rhodanthe Greek A rose.
Rhona   Variation of Rona. The name of a Scottish Island.
Rhonda Welsh After the name of a valley.
Rhonwen Welsh A white lance, or white hair.
Rhoswen Gaelic white rose
Ria Spanish Of the river. Also a short form of Maria (See Mary).
Riane Gaelic little king
Rianna   Sweet basil, virtuous.
Rianne   God is gracious.
Riannon    
Riba   A heifer or a knotted cord.
Ricarda   Brave and strong. Feminine form of Richard.
Richelle Old German, Old English powerful ruler; brave one
Rickena Czech  
Riddhi Hindu Siddhi will follow
Rieko Japanese child of Rie
Rihana Arabic sweet basil
Rikako Japanese child of Rika
Riley Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Rilla Teutonic A stream.
Rima Hindu  
Rina   A queen.
Rinako Japanese child of Rina
Rini Japanese little bunny
Rinzen Tibetan/Sherpa The holder of intellect. A boy or girl's name.
Riona Irish Gaelic A queen, queen-like.
Risa Latin Laughter.
Risako Japanese child of Risa
Rishbha Hindu  
Rishona Hebrew first
Rita   A pearl. A short form of Margarita (See Margaret) also used independently.
Ritsuko Japanese child of Ritsu
Ritu Hindu  
Riva French from Latin The shore or a river bank.
Rivka Hebrew A heifer or a knotted cord.
Rizpah Greek hope
Roanna Latin Gracious. Also derived from other names such as Rose and Anna.
Robalyn   Derived from Robin and Lynn.
Robbin   A small bird.
Roberta Germanic/Old English Bright fame, famous. Feminine form of Robert. Also see Robin.
Robin English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Robyn English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Rochelle French A small rock. Also from La Rochelle, a French fishing port.
Roden Old English From the valley of the reeds. A boy or girl's name.
Roderica Teutonic A famous ruler. Feminine form of Roderick.
Rohana Sanskrit Sandalwood.
Rohini Hindu  
Rois Irish Gaelic The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Roisin Irish Gaelic The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Rolanda Teutonic From the famed land. Feminine form of Roland.
Roma Latin From Rome.
Romaine Latin A citizen of Rome. Feminine form of Roman.
Romana Italian from Rome
Romilda Teutonic A glorious warrior maiden.
Romy German Dew of the sea, and the name of a fragrant herb. Also a combination of Rose and Mary.
Rona Scottish The name of an island.
Ronalda Old Norse Powerful. Also a feminine form of Ronald.
Ronan Irish Gaelic Little seal. A boy or girl's name.
Ronda   Grand.
Ronni   A true likeness or image. From the name Veronica, but also used as independent names.
Ronnie   A true likeness or image. From the name Veronica, but also used as independent names.
Ronny   A true likeness or image. From the name Veronica, but also used as independent names.
Rory Irish Gaelic The red king. A boy or girl's name.
Ros Old German/Latin Old German: From the word for a horse. Latin: Beautiful rose.
Rosa Italian and Spanish The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Rosabelle Latin A beautiful rose. Also derived from Rose and Belle.
Rosalba Italian A white rose.
Rosaleen Irish From the word for a horse. Also: Beautiful Rose.
Rosalia Latin Derived from Rose. Also the name of a 12th-century saint. Latin: The flower Rose (Rosa). Old German: From the word for a horse.
Rosalind Old German/Latin Old German: From the word for a horse. Latin: Beautiful Rose. Shakespeare's heroine in As You Like It.
Rosaline Irish From the word for a horse. Also: Beautiful Rose.
Rosalyn   From the word for a horse. Also: Beautiful Rose.
Rosamond Old German/Latin Old German: From the word for a horse. Latin: A pure rose, or the rose of the world.
Rosamunde   Wild roses.
Rosanna   A name derived from Rose and Anna. Rose - The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse. Anna - Grace, or favoured by God.
Rosanne Latin gracious rose
Rosario Spanish From the word for a rosary.
Rose Latin/Old German The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Roseanne   A name derived from Rose and Anna. Rose - The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse. Anna - Grace, or favoured by God.
Roselani Hawaiian heavenly rose
Roselle   A combination of Rose and Elle.
Rosemary Latin Dew of the sea, and the name of a fragrant herb. Also a combination of Rose and Mary.
Rosen Cornish The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Rosenwyn Cornish A fair rose.
Rosetta Italian The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Rosevear Cornish From the moorland.
Roshan Persian Splendid. One who emanates light. A boy or girl's name.
Rosheen Irish Gaelic The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Roshni Hindu light
Rosie Latin/Old German Latin: The flower Rose (Rosa). Old German: From the word for a horse. Also see Rhoda, Rosa, Rosalia, Rosamond and Rosemary.
Rosine   Little rose.
Rosita Spanish The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse.
Roslyn Old German/Latin Old German: From the word for a horse. Latin: Beautiful rose.
Rossa Scottish Gaelic Woody meadow. Feminine form of Ross.
Rosy Latin/Old German Latin: The flower Rose (Rosa). Old German: From the word for a horse. Also see Rhoda, Rosa, Rosalia, Rosamond and Rosemary.
Rowan Irish Gaelic Little red-haired one.
Rowena Celtic/Old English Celtic: The white-haired one. Old English: A well-known friend.
Roxana Persian Dawn. The name of the wife of Alexander the Great.
Roxanne Persian brilliant one
Royale Old French The regal one. Feminine form of Roy.
Roz Old German/Latin Old German: From the word for a horse. Latin: Beautiful rose.
Roza Polish Rose.
Rozanne   A name derived from Rose and Anna. Rose - The flower Rose (Rosa). Also:From the word for a horse. Anna - Grace, or favoured by God.
Rozella   A combination of Rose and Elle.
Rozelle   A combination of Rose and Elle.
Ruby Latin Red, and the name of a precious stone.
Ruchi Hindu  
Ruchika Hindu  
Ruchira Hindu  
Rudelle Teutonic The famous one.
Rudrani Hindu a wife of Shiva
Rue Old English from Greek The name of an aromatic medicinal plant. Also see Ruth.
Ruella   A combination of Ruth and Ella.
Rufina Latin Red-haired. The feminine form of Rufus.
Rukmini Sanskrit The wife of Lord Krishna. Often used in Indonesia.
Rula Latin A ruler. A popular.
Rumer English A gipsy.
Rumiko Japanese child of Rumi
Runa Old Norse Secret love.
Rupa Hindu  
Rupal Hindu  
Rupali Hindu  
Ruperta German Bright fame, famous. Feminine form of Robert. Also see Robin.
Ruri Japanese An emerald.
Ruth Hebrew Beautiful and compassionate. A biblical name.
Ryann Irish Gaelic A little king.
Ryba Czech fish
Ryesen English Rye
Ryoko Japanese child of Ryo

S

Saba Greek woman of Sheba
Sabah Arabic The morning.
Sabella   A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Sabelle   A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Sabia Irish The sweet one.
Sabiha    
Sabina Latin The Sabines were a tribe living in central Italy during the time of the establishment of Rome. The Romans kidnapped the Sabine women to provide brides for the citizens of Rome.
Sabine Latin The Sabines were a tribe living in central Italy during the time of the establishment of Rome. The Romans kidnapped the Sabine women to provide brides for the citizens of Rome.
Sabira Arabic The patient one.
Sabirah Arabic patient
Sabra Hebrew A thorny cactus, or to rest.
Sabrina Celtic A legendary character.
Sacha French The defender, or helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sachi Japanese Joy.
Sachiko Japanese bliss, child of Sachi
Sadb Gaelic  
Sade Nigerian honor confers a crown
Sadhana Hindu  
Sadie   A princess. The wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac in the Bible.
Sadira Persian A lotus.
Saeko Japanese child of Sae
Safak Turkish  
Saffi Danish Form of Sophie. Wisdom.
Saffron Arabic From the name of the spice.
Safia Arabic The confidante, or pure one.
Safiya African pure
Sagara Hindu ocean
Sage Old French Wise. Also the name of a herb. A boy or girl's name.
Sahana Hindu  
Sahar Arabic Dawn.
Saheli Hindu friend
Sahiba Hindu lady
Sahila Hindu guide
Saida Arabic fortunate one
Saidah African happy, fortunate
Sajili Hindu decorated
Sajni Hindu beloved
Sakari Native American sweet
Sakiko Japanese child of Saki
Sakinah Arabic god-inspired peace-of-mind, tranquility
Sakti Hindu energy, goodness
Sakuko Japanese child of Saku
Sakura Japanese Cherry blossom.
Sakurako Japanese child of Sakura
Salal English a plant
Salihah African correct
Salima Arabic Safe, secure.
Salimah Arabic safe, healthy
Salina Latin Solemn.
Sally   A princess. The wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac in the Bible.
Saloma Hebrew peace
Salome Hebrew Peace. A biblical name.
Saloni Hindu dear, beautiful
Salvia Latin A plant name.
Salwa Arabic solace; comfort
Sam   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Samantha Aramaic She who listens.
Samara Hebrew Guarded by God.
Samicah Hebrew Samika
Samiksha Hindu  
Samirah Arabic entertaining companion
Samma Arabic sky, skye
Sammi   She who listens.
Sammie   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sammy   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sampriti Hindu attachment
Samta Hindu  
Samuela Hebrew Asked of God. The feminine form of Samuel.
Samularia sweet one forever Sammy, Lari, laria
Samye    
Sana Arabic The radiant one.
Sanako Japanese child of Sana
Sanchay Hindu collection
Sancia Latin Sacred.
Sandi   The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Alexandra and Sandra.
Sandia Spanish watermelon
Sandie Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sandra   The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Alexandra.
Sandrine Greek helper and defender of mankind
Sandy Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sandya Hindu sunset time, name of a God
Sangita Hindu musical
Sangmu Tibetan/Sherpa The kind-hearted one.
Sanjna Hindu wife of the Sun
Sanjula Hindu beautiful
Sanrevelle Portuguese San, Rev, Revelle, Revla
Sanyogita Hindu  
Sanyukta Hindu Sanjukta
Sapna Hindu dream
Sapphira Greek Deep blue. A gemstone name.
Sapphire Greek Deep blue. A gemstone name.
Sara   A princess. The wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac in the Bible.
Sarah Hebrew A princess. The wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac in the Bible.
Sarai Hebrew quarrelsome
Saraid Celtic excellent
Sarala Sanskrit Honest.
Sarasvati Hindu a Goddess
Saravati Hindu  
Sarea Hebrew name of an angel
Saree Arabic most noble
Saria Hebrew A princess. The wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac in the Bible.
Sariah Hebrew Hebrew expression meaning Princess of the Lord.
Sarika Hindu thrush
Sarisha Sanskrit Charming.
Sarita Hindu stream, river
Sarmistha Hindu a daughter of Vrsaparvan
Saroja Sanskrit Born in a lake.
Saru Hindu  
Saryu Hindu A river in Ramayana
Sasha Russian The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sashenka Russian defender and helper of mankind
Sashi Hindu  
Saskia Dutch A Saxon.
Sasthi Hindu  
Satinka Native American magic dancer
Satoko Japanese child of Sato
Satyavati    
Saumya Hindu  
Saundarya Hindu  
Savanna Spanish From the grasslands or open plains.
Savarna Hindu daughter of the ocean
Savina Russian A Sabine woman (from central Italy).
Savita Hindu sun
Savitri Hindu a form of the Devi, 4th Sakti
Sawsan Arabic A lily of the valley.
Saxon Old English Of the Saxons, or people of the sword. A boy or girl's name.
Saxona Teutonic A Saxon.
Sayoko Japanese child of Sayo
Scarlet   Flaming red.
Scarlett Old French A colour name, Made famous by the heroine in Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind.
Schmetterling German butterfly
Schuyler Dutch shield, scholar
Scota Latin an Irish woman
Seanna Celtic God?s grace
Searlait French petitet
Season Latin The time of sowing.
Sebastiana Latin A woman from Sebasta. The feminine form of Sebastian.
Sebastianne Latin revered one
Secunda Latin The second child.
Seema Greek, Hindu symbol
Sefika Turkish  
Seirian Welsh Sparkling.
Seiriol Welsh The bright one.
Sela Hebrew a rock
Selda   The grey battle heroine.
Selena Greek The goddess of the moon.
Selene Greek The goddess of the moon.
Selia   The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Selima   Brings comfort, peace.
Selina   Lunar glow.
Selma   A divine helmet. From the name Anselma. Also see Salima.
Semele Greek A figure from Greek mythology.
Semine Danish Goddess of sun, moon and stars
Semra Turkish  
Senga Scottish Gaelic The slender one.
Senta Old German assistant
Seonaid Scottish Gaelic God is gracious. .
Septima Latin The seventh born.
Serafina   Heavenly, winged angel.
Seraphina Hebrew The ardent burning one. The Seraphim are an order of angels in the Bible.
Serena Latin Calm, serene.
Serendipity   Good fortune.
Serenity   Peaceful disposition.
Serica Latin The silken one.
Serilda Teutonic The armoured battle maiden.
Sesha Hindu serpent who symbolizes time
Sevati Hindu white rose
Seve Breton Seva
Severina Latin The stem or severe one.
Sevilla Spanish The name of a city.
Sevita Hindu beloved
Sexburth Anglo-Saxon  
Sezen Turkish  
Shahira Arabic Famous.
Shahnaz Persian The pride of the emperor.
Shaila Hindu  
Shailaja Hindu  
Shaili Hindu style
Shaina Hebrew Beautiful.
Shaine Hebrew beautiful
Shakira Arabic Thankful.
Shako Native American mint
Shakti Sanskrit The powerful one.
Shakuntala Sanskrit A bird.
Shalini Hindu  
Shamita Hindu peacemaker
Shammara Arabic he girded his loins
Shana   God is gracious.
Shanata Hindu peaceful
Shane   From Irish Gaelic a Variation of Sean (John), and so a form of Jane. A boy or girl's name.
Shanelle   The name of a famous perfume.
Shanessa Irish God is gracious
Shani Swahili Wonderful. Also a form of Sian.
Shanna   Small and wise.
Shannah Irish Gaelic From an old surname.
Shannelle French channel
Shannon Irish From the name of a river in Ireland. A boy or girl's name.
Shantah Hindu peace, name of a God
Shantal   From a family name meaning stone or boulder. The name has also come to mean a little singer.
Shantay French enchanted
Shantel   From a family name meaning stone or boulder. The name has also come to mean a little singer.
Shantell   Rocky area.
Shantelle   From a family name meaning stone or boulder. The name has also come to mean a little singer.
Shanti Sanskrit The tranquil one.
Shantina warrior princess Tina
Sharay Ray, Shay  
Sharda Hindu  
Sharee   A princess.
Shari   A princess.
Sharleen   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Sharlene   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Sharman   Delightful.
Sharmila Sanskrit The protected one.
Sharmistha Hindu  
Sharney   A flat plain.
Sharni   A flat plain.
Sharnie   A flat plain.
Sharon Hebrew A flat plain. After a biblical placename.
Sharseia    
Shashi Hindu the moon, moonbeam
Shasmecka African princess
Shauna   God is gracious.
Shaunna   God is gracious.
Shavonne Irish Gaelic Form of Jane and Judith. Jane - God is gracious. Judith - A woman from Judea.
Shawmbria Shawn, Bria  
Shawn Irish Gaelic God is gracious.
Shawna   God is gracious.
Shawnnessy Irish, Native American Saughnessy, O'Shaughnessy, Seannesy
Shay Irish Gaelic The stately one. A boy or girl's name.
Shayla Celtic fairy palace
Shayna Jewish Beautiful.
Shayndel Yiddish beautiful
Sheba Greek A woman of Sheba, an ancient Arabian country.
Sheela Sanskrit Of good character.
Sheena Scottish Gaelic God is gracious. .
Sheetal Hindu cool
Sheila   The blind one, or the sixth. Irish form of Cecilia.
Shela Celtic musical
Shelah Hebrew request
Shelby Old English The dweller at the ledge estate and a sheltered town. A boy or girl's name.
Shelley Old English From the wood, or the meadow's edge. A boy or girl's name.
Shelton Old English From the place on the ledge.
Sher Sanskrit The beloved one or a Lion. A boy or girl's name.
Sheree   The beloved one.
Sheridan Irish Gaelic The wild one. A boy or girl's name.
Sherri   The beloved one.
Sherrie   The beloved one.
Sherry   The beloved one.
Shevaun Irish Gaelic Form of Jane and Judith. Jane - God is gracious. Judith - A woman from Judea.
Shian    
Shiela   Blind.
Shifra Hebrew Beauty and grace. A biblical name.
Shika Japanese deer
Shikha Hindu  
Shin Korean belief
Shina Japanese virtue, good
Shira Hebrew My song.
Shirin Persian Charming.
Shirley Old English From the bright meadow. Originally a boy's name.
Shirlyn   Bright meadow.
Shivani Hindu  
Shivaun Irish Gaelic Form of Jane and Judith. Jane - God is gracious. Judith - A woman from Judea.
Shobha Hindu  
Shobhana Sanskrit The beautiful one.
Shobhna Hindu  
Shobi Hebrew glorious
Shoko Japanese child of Sho
Shona Scottish Gaelic God is gracious. .
Shoshana Hebrew A Lily, or a Rose. Also see Susannah.
Shoshanah Hebrew Rose.
Shoshannah Hebrew rose
Shradhdha Hindu  
Shreya Hindu auspicious
Shri Hindu lustre
Shridevi Hindu  
Shrijani Hindu creative
Shruti Hindu hearing
Shubha Hindu  
Shulamit Hebrew Peacefulness.
Shylah Celtic loyal to god, strong
Shysie Native American silent little one
Sian Welsh God is gracious. .
Sibel Turkish Siebel
Sibley Greek prophetess
Sibongile African thanks
Sibyl   The prophetess. From Greek mythology.
Siddhi Hindu then you must have a Riddhi
Sidonia   To entice.
Sidonie Latin A woman from Sidon, in modern-day Lebanon.
Sidra Latin Of the stars.
Siena Italian A city in Tuscany.
Sienna Italian reddish brown
Sierra Latin From the mountains.
Signe Swedish a sign, victorious
Signild Scandinavian  
Signy Old Norse A new victory.
Sigourney Old Norse The conqueror.
Sigrid Old Norse A beautiful victory.
Sigrun Old Norse A secret victory.
Siham Arabic arrows
Sile Irish Gaelic The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Sileas Scottish Gaelic The blind one, or the sixth. The feminine form of Cecil. Also see Sheila.
Silei Samoan  
Silke German The blind one, or the sixth. .
Silva   From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Silvana Italian From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Silver Old English The fair or silvery one.
Silvestra Latin Of the woods. The feminine form of Silvester. Also see Sylvia.
Silvia   From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Silvie   From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Simba Swahili lion
Simone Hebrew The listener. The feminine form of Simon.
Simoni Hindu obedient
Simran Hindu God's Gift
Sindy   A maiden of the cinders or ashes. From the name Cinderella, Cynthia and Lucinda (See Lucy), but also used as an independent name.
Sine Gaelic God?s gracious gift
Sinead Irish Gaelic God is gracious. .
Siobhan Irish Gaelic Form of Jane and Judith. Jane - God is gracious. Judith - A woman from Judea.
Sioned Welsh God is gracious. .
Siran Armenian Alluring.
Sirena Greek A sea nymph. In mythology, the Sirens lured mariners to their death through seductive singing.
Siri   A beautiful victory.
Sirikit Thai The name of a queen.
Sirisha Hindu  
Siroun Armenian lovely
Sissey   The blind one, or the sixth. .
Sissie   The blind one, or the sixth. .
Sissy   The blind one, or the sixth. .
Sita Sanskrit A furrow. The Hindu goddess of the harvest.
Sitara Sanskrit morning star
Sitembile African trust
Siv Norwegian kinship, wife of Thor
Skye Scottish An island in the Inner Hebrides.
Skyla English sky, sheltering
Skylar English eternal life, strength, love and beauty
Smita Hindu smiling
Smridhi Hindu  
Smriti Hindu recollection, a form of the Devi
Sneh Hindu  
Sneha Hindu  
Snigdha Hindu  
Snofrid Scandinavian  
Sobha Hindu  
Sofia Norwegian/Swedish Wisdom.
Sofie Danish/Dutch Wisdom.
Solace Latin comfort
Solana Spanish The sun.
Solange Latin The solemn one. A French name.
Soledad Spanish Good health.
Soleil French sun
Solita Latin alone
Solosolo Samoan dry
Solveig Old Norse From the strong house. The heroine of Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt, and generally a Norwegian name.
Somatra Hindu excelling the moon
Sona Hindu gold
Sonakshi Hindu golden eye
Sonal Hindu golden
Sonam Tibetan/Sherpa The fortunate one. A boy or girl's name.
Sondra   The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Alexandra.
Sonia   Wisdom.
Sonika Hindu golden
Sonnenschein German sunshine
Sonya Russian Wisdom.
Soo Korean Along life.
Sophia Greek Wisdom.
Sophie Greek Wisdom.
Sophronia Greek Sensible.
Sorano Japanese of the sky
Soraya Persian Farsi (Persian) expression meaning Princess.
Sorcha Gaelic Brightness.
Sorilbran smart  
Sorrel Old French Bitter. From the name of the tree.
Sparrow English a bird
Spica Latin name of a star
Spring English spring season
Sraddha Hindu faith, a wife of Shiva
Srilata Hindu  
Sripada Hindu  
Srishti Hindu  
Sruti Hindu  
Stacey   She who will rise again. From the name Anastasia and Eustacia. A boy or girl's name.
Stacia   Resurrection.
Stacy Latin Prosperous or resurrection. A boy or girl's name.
Star English A star. Also see Stella.
Starr Old English A star. A boy or girl's name.
Stefania Greek crown
Stefanie   A garland or crown. From Stephanie.
Steffi German A garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
Steffie   A garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
Stella Latin A star. Also see Estelle, Esther and Star.
Stephanie Greek A garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
Stephenie   A garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
Stesha Greek crowned-one
Stina   A follower of Christ, a Christian.
Stockard English from the yard of tree stumps
Storm Old English A tempest. A boy or girl's name.
Stormy   Impetuous nature.
Subhadra Hindu a wife of Arjuna
Subhaga Hindu a fortunate person
Subhangi Hindu  
Subhuja Hindu auspicious Apsara
Suchi Hindu  
Suchitra Hindu  
Sudevi Hindu wife of Krishna
Sudha Hindu  
Sue   A lily. From the name Susan and Susannah but also used as independent names.
Suellen   From Susan and Ellen. Susan - A Lily. Ellen - The light of the sun.
Sujata Sanskrit Of noble birth.
Sujatmi Indonesian A popular girl's name.
Sukanya Hindu  
Suki   A lily. Also see Susannah.
Suksma Hindu  
Sukutai African hug
Sula Icelandic The sun.
Sulema   Peace.
Sultana Arabic A queen or empress.
Suma Egyptian, Japanese to ask
Sumalee Thai A beautiful flower.
Sumanna Hindu  
Sumati Hindu  
Sumehra Arabic beautiful face
Sumey Asian flower
Sumi Japanese The refined one.
Sumitra Hindu  
Summer Old English After the season.
Sun Chinese/Korean Chinese: Bending, or decreasing. Korean: Goodness. A boy or girl's name.
Sundeep Hindu Sundip
Sunee Thai Good.
Sunita Sanskrit Of good conduct.
Suniti Hindu  
Sunniva Old English The gift of the sun.
Sunny English Bright, cheerful.
Suparna Hindu leafy
Suprabha Hindu radiant
Supriti Hindu  
Supriya Hindu Su means good and Priya means loved one
Surabhi Hindu wish-yielding cow
Suravinda Hindu a beautiful Yaksa
Surotama Hindu auspicious Apsara
Suruchi Hindu  
Surupa Hindu  
Susan Hebrew A Lily. Also see Susannah.
Susanna Italian A Lily. From the name Susan.
Susannah Hebrew A Lily. The original, biblical, form of Susan. Also see Susan.
Susanne German A Lily. From the name Susan.
Sushanti Hindu peace
Sushma Hindu  
Sushmita Hindu smiling
Susi   A Lily. From the name Susan and Susannah but also used as independent names.
Susie   A Lily. From the name Susan and Susannah but also used as independent names.
Susila Hindu wife of Krishna, clever in amorous sciences
Susy   A Lily. From the name Susan and Susannah but also used as independent names.
Suvarna golden  
Suvrata Hindu a child of Daksa
Suzanne French A Lily. From the name Susan.
Suzette French A Lily. From the name Susan.
Suzie   A Lily. From the name Susan and Susannah but also used as independent names.
Suzy   A Lily. From the name Susan.
Svea Swedish A woman of Sweden.
Svetlana Slavonic Light. Generally a Russian name.
Swanhild Teutonic A swan of battle.
Swarupa Hindu truth
Swati Hindu  
Sweta Hindu  
Sybil Greek The prophetess. From Greek mythology.
Sydelle Hebrew princess
Sydnee   Contraction of St. Denys.
Sydney Old English/Old French Old English: From the riverside meadow. Old French: From St Denis. More often a boy's name.
Syeira Gypsy princess
Sylvia Latin From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Sylvie French From the forest. From the name Sylvia.
Syna Greek Together.
Syria Aramaic The name of a Middle Eastern country.
Syshe Yiddish street

T

Tabitha Aramaic A doe or gazelle. A biblical name. Also see Dorcas.
Taborri Native American voices that carry
Taci Zuni Indian washtub
Tacincala Native American deer
Tacita Latin Silent or peaceful.
Tadako Japanese child of Tada
Tadi Omaha Indian wind
Tahira Arabic Pure and virtuous.
Tahirah Arabic chaste, pure
Tahnee   Silver-haired. Also see Tanya.
Tahnia   Silver-haired. Also see Tanya.
Tailynn unknown  
Taima Native American crash of thunder
Tainn Native American new moon
Taipa Miwok Indian to spread wings
Tajsa princess  
Taka Japanese Tall, or honourable.
Takako Japanese child of Taka
Takara Japanese A treasure.
Takiyah North African pious, righteous
Tala Native American stalking wolf
Talasi Hopi Indian corn-tassel flower
Tale African green
Taleen Armenian Tal, Taline, Talyn
Talia Aboriginal/Greek/Hebrew/Russian Aboriginal: Near water. Greek: Flourishing. Hebrew: Dew. Russian: Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Talitha Aramaic A little girl or maiden. A biblical name.
Tallara Aboriginal Rain.
Tallulah Native American Running water.
Talon    
Talulla Irish Gaelic A prosperous lady.
Talwyn Cornish A fair brow.
Talya Russian Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Tam Scottish A twin or heart. A boy or girl's name.
Tama Japanese/Polynesian Japanese: A jewel. Polynesian: A boy or son. A boy or girl's name.
Tamah   A jewel. From the name Tama.
Tamali Hindu  
Tamara Hebrew A palm tree. A popular name in Germany and Russia.
Tamasine   Twin.
Tamatha   A palm tree. A popular name in Germany and Russia.
Tambrey unknown immortal
Tamera Hebrew A spice or palm tree.
Tamiko Japanese child of Tami
Tammi   A palm tree.
Tammie   A palm tree.
Tammy   A palm tree.
Tamora   From Shakespeare's play Titua Andronicus.
Tamsin Cornish A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Tamsyn Native American Tami
Tanaka Japanese dweller
Tanasha strong willed, persistant Tenyasha
Tani Japanese From the valley.
Tania   Silver-haired. A nickname for Tatyana. Also see Titania.
Tansy Greek Immortal. A flower name.
Tanu Hindu  
Tanuja Hindu  
Tanushi Hindu  
Tanvi Hindu  
Tanya Russian Silver-haired. A nickname for Tatyana. Also see Titania.
Tao Chinese Long life.
Tapanga African, Hebrew sweet, unpredictable
Tapi Hindu  
Tapti Hindu  
Tara Irish Gaelic/Sanskrit Irish Gaelic: A rocky hill, from the ancient home of Ireland's kings. Sanskrit: A star. The name of a Buddhist goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Tarana Aboriginal A large waterhole.
Taranga Polynesian A figure from legend.
Tarra Aboriginal A creek.
Tarsha Native American  
Taryn   The name of a county in Northern Ireland. Feminine form of Tyrone.
Tasha   Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Tashi Tibetan/Sherpa Prosperity. A boy or girl's name.
Tasmine   Twin.
Tathra Aboriginal Beautiful country.
Tatum Old English From Tate's homestead. A boy or girl's name.
Tatya Aboriginal A goanna.
Tatyana Latin Silver-haired. A popular Russian name. Also see Tanya.
Tavia   The eighth.
Tawnie English little one, yellowish-brown
Tawny Old French With yellowish-brown hair.
Tayce French silence
Tayen Native American new moon
Taylar Old French to cut
Taylor Old French A tailor. A boy or girl's name.
Teagan    
Teal English A water bird. A boy or girl's name.
Tean Cornish One of the Isles of Scilly. A boy or girl's name.
Tegan Welsh Of doe-like beauty.
Tegen Cornish A pretty little thing.
Tegwen Welsh Beautiful and blessed.
Tehya Native American precious
Tejal Hindu  
Teji Hindu  
Tekla Greek divine fame
Telma   A wish, or will.
Tema Hebrew righteous, a palm tree
Temina Hebrew honest
Temira Hebrew  
Temperance Latin Moderate.
Tempest Old French Stormy.
Teneale   Princess - submitted by Michelle Leaney
Tenzin Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Tenzing Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Teofilia Greek Beloved by God.
Tereixa Galician  
Terena Latin earthly
Terencia Latin Smooth and polished. A feminine form of Terence.
Terentia Greek guardian
Teresa Greek The harvester or reaper.
Terhi Finish  
Teri Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Terra Latin Earth
Terri Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Terry Greek/Latin Greek: The harvester or reaper. Latin: Smooth and polished. A boy or girl's name.
Terrylyn    
Tertia Latin The third child.
Terza   Pleasant.
Tesia Polish loved by God
Tess Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Tessa Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Tessie Greek The harvester or reaper. From the name Teresa, but also used as independent names.
Texcean Tex  
Thaddea Greek Courageous.
Thais Greek the bond
Thaisa   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Thalassa Greek From the sea.
Thalia   Born at Christmas. From the name Natalya.
Thana Arabic Gratitude.
Thanh Vietnamese Brilliant.
Thara Arabic wealth
Thea Greek A goddess. Also a nickname from Alethea, Althea, Anthea, Dorothy and Theodora.
Theano Greek A divine name.
Thecla Greek The glory of God.
Theda Teutonic Of the people. Also see Theodora.
Thelma Greek A wish, or will.
Theodora Greek The gift of God. The feminine form of Theodore. Also see Dorothy.
Theodosia Greek God-given.
Theone Greek godly
Theophania Greek A manifestation of God. A suitable name for a girl born on 6 January, the Epiphany. Also see Tiffany.
Theora Greek A thinker or watcher.
Thera Greek Wild. From the name of an island.
Theresa   The harvester or reaper.
Therese   The harvester or reaper.
Theresia German The harvester or reaper.
Thetis Greek Positive determined.
Thirza Hebrew sweet-natured, cypress tree
Thisbe Greek where the doves live
Thistle Old English thistle
Thomasa Greek twin
Thomasina Greek A twin. The feminine form of Thomas. Also see Tamsin.
Thora Old Norse Thunder. A feminine form of Thor.
Thorberta Old Norse The brilliance of Thor.
Thorborg Scandinavian  
Thordis Old Norse The spirit of Thor.
Thurid Scandinavian  
Thyra Greek A shield bearer.
Thyrrni Scandinavian  
Tia Spanish, Greek aunt, princess
Tiara Greek, Latin turban, flower name
Tiberia Latin After the River Tiber.
Tiegan Aztec little princess in the big valley
Tienette Greek crowned with laurel
Tierney Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord. A boy or girl's name.
Tierra Spanish earth, land
Tiffany Old English A manifestation of God. Form of Theophania.
Tigerlily Lily, Tiger  
Tilda   The mighty battle maiden.
Tillie   The mighty battle maiden.
Tilly   The mighty battle maiden.
Timandra   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Timothea Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God. The female form of Timothy.
Tina   From the name Bettina, Christina, Valentina. Bettina - Consecrated to God. Christina - A follower of Christ, a Christian. Valentina - Strong and healthy.
Tineka Jawana African  
Tinka Aboriginal The day.
Tionne    
Tiponya Miwok Indian owl poking the hatching egg
Tirion Welsh Gentle.
Tirranna Aboriginal Running water.
Tirza Hebrew  
Tirzah Hebrew Pleasant.
Titania Greek The great one. The name of the fairy queen in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Titian Greek red-gold
Tivona Hebrew lover of nature
Tizane Hungarian A gypsy.
Toakase Tonga woman of the Sea
Tobie Hebrew God is good. A boy or girl's name.
Tobit Hebrew  
Toinette   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tokiko Japanese child of Toki
Tola Polish priceless
Tolena Toley  
Tomiko Japanese child of Tomi
Tona    
Toni   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonia   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonie   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Tonya   Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
Toora Aboriginal A woman.
Topaz Greek The name of a gemstone.
Tora Japanese A tiger.
Toral Hindu  
Tori   Victory, the victorious one.
Torie   Victory, the victorious one.
Tory   Victory, the victorious one.
Tosia Latin inestimable
Totie   Gift of God.
Tottie   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Totty   A free person. A feminine form of Charles, Also see Carla, Carol and Caroline.
Tourmaline Singhalese The name of a gemstone.
Tove Hebrew good
Toyo Japanese plentiful
Tracey Old French From a placename.
Tracy Old French Brave. A boy or girl's name.
Treasa Irish/Gaelic The harvester or reaper.
Tresa Aragonic  
Tressa Cornish The third. Also see Teresa.
Treva Celtic prudent
Tricia   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trifine Old French Trifin, Trifina
Trilby Italian Sings with trills. A boy or girl's name.
Trilochana Hindu  
Trina Greek Pure. Also a nickname from Catherine, Katherine and Katrina.
Trind Swedish pure
Trinidad Spanish After the Caribbean island.
Trinity Latin A trio or triad, as in the Holy Trinity. A boy or girl's name.
Trish   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trisha   Noble, wellborn. The feminine form of Patrick.
Trishna Hindu thirst, a form of the Devi
Trista Latin The melancholy one.
Tristana   Sad.
Tristessa   Bold.
Trix   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixi   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixie   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trixy   The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Trude   From Gertrude.
Trudi   A spear maiden.
Trudie   A spear maiden.
Trudy   A spear maiden.
Trupti Hindu  
Trusha Hindu  
Tryne Dutch pure
Tryphena Latin dainty
Tuesday Old English Born on a Tuesday.
Tuhina Hindu  
Tulasi Hindu a Devi
Tulip Turkish A flower name.
Tullia Irish Gaelic Peaceful.
Tully Celtic, Gaelic a people, peaceful one
Turquoise Old French A precious stone.
Turua Polynesian Beautiful.
Tusti Hindu peace, happiness, a for of the Devi
Tuti Indonesian An unusual girl's name.
Tuvia Hebrew God is good. The female form of Tobias.
Twyla Old English Woven with double thread.
Tyanne special one Ty
Tydfill Welsh  
Tyler Old English A tiler or tile-maker. A boy or girl's name.
Tyne   The name of an English river. A boy or girl's name.