Latin Girl Names

Acantha

Latin form of Greek Akantha, myth name of a nymph loved by Apollo, meaning thorn

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ACQUILINA

Variant of Roman Aquilina, meaning eagle

Adolpha

Feminine form of Latin Adolphus, meaning noble wolf

Adorabella

Latin name meaning adored beauty

Adorabelle

Variant of Latin Adorabella, meaning adored beauty

Aegle

AEGLE: Latin form of Greek Aigle, myth name of one of the Heliades, one of the Hesperides, and a Naiad, meaning light, radiance

Aemilia

Feminine form of Roman Aemilius, meaning rival

Afra

Arabic name meaning pink or reddish-white

Agacia

Variant of Latin Agatha, meaning good

Agatha

Latin form of Greek Agathe, meaning good

Agripena

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Agripina

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Agrippa

Latin biblical name of the Herod Agrippa of the New Testament who ordered the execution of the apostle James, and the imprisonment of Peter. The name is used as a feminine name in Russia, it is therefore a unisex name, meaning "wild horse."

Agrippina

Feminine form of Latin unisex Agrippa, meaning wild horse

Agrippine

Variant of Latin Agrippina, meaning wild horse

Alcippe

Latin form of Greek Alkippe, meaning mighty mare In Greek mythology, this was the name of a daughter of Ares.

Alcyone

Latin form of Greek Alkyone, meaning kingfisher In Greek mythology, this was the name of a daughter of Aeolus and Cyx.

Alecto

Latin form of Greek Alekto, myth name of one of the Furies (Gr. Erinyes, Eumenides), meaning unceasing Virgil named two others: Megaera grudging, and Tisiphone avenging murder

Alena

Nickname for Latin Magdalena, meaning of Magdala

Althea

Latin form of Greek Althaia, myth name of the mother of Meleager, possibly meaning healing

Amalthea

Latin form of Greek Amaltheia, myth name of the goat who nursed Zeus in his infancy, meaning to soothe

Anastasia

Feminine form of Latin Anastasius, meaning resurrection

Anastassia

Variant of Latin Anastasia, meaning resurrection

Anastay

Nickname for Latin Anastasia, meaning resurrection

Anatola

Feminine form of Latin Anatolius, meaning east and sunrise

Angela

Spanish feminine form of Latin Angelus, meaning "angel, messenger."

Angelina

Diminutive form of Latin Angela, meaning little angel/messenger

Angerona

ANGERONA: Roman myth name of a goddess who relieved men from pain and sorrow. She was also a protectress of Rome and keeper of its sacred name which could not be pronounced lest it be revealed to enemies. In art, she has been depicted with a bandage over her mouth and a finger pressed to her lips, demanding silence. Her festival is called Divalia or Angeronalia and is celebrated on December 21st.

Angeronia

Variant of Roman Angerona.

Anna

Latin form of Hebrew Chana, meaning favor; grace This is the name of a prophetess who knew Jesus was the Messiah.

Anthea

Latin form of Greek Antheia, meaning flower

Antonina

Feminine form of Roman Antoninus, possibly meaning invaluable

Aquilina

Feminine form of Roman Aquila, meaning eagle

Aquiline

Variant of Roman Aquilina, meaning eagle

Arethusa

Latin form of Greek Arethousa, meaning the waterer

Úrsula

Portuguese form of Latin Ursula, meaning "little she-bear."

Astraea

Latin form of Greek myth name Astraia, meaning star

Atalanta

Equal in weight Latin form of Greek Atalante, myth name of the fleet-footed maiden who refused to marry any man who could not beat her in a foot-race.

Augusta

Augustá: Feminine form of English August, meaning August (the month)

Augustina

Feminine form of Roman Augustinus, meaning venerable

Aurelia

Feminine form of Roman Aurelius, meaning golden

Aurora

Roman myth name of a goddess of morning, meaning dawn

Avila

Latin form of English Avis, meaning bird

Bella

Nickname for Latin Isabella, meaning "God is my oath." This nickname is often associated with the Italian word, bella, "beautiful," which is the feminine form of the masculine word bello, "handsome."

Benedicta

Feminine form of Latin Benedictus, meaning blessed

Botilda

Latin form of Scandinavian Bodil, meaning bettering in battle, or compensation for battle

Britannia

Latin name for the personification of the British Empire, meaning Britain

Brittania

Variant of Latin Britannia, meaning Britain

Caecilia

Feminine form of Latin Caecilius, meaning blind

Caelia

Feminine form of Roman Caelius, possibly meaning heaven

Calista

Variant of Latin Callista, meaning most beautiful

Calliope

Latin form of Greek Kalliope, myth name of the muse of epic poetry, meaning beautiful voice

Callista

Feminine form of Latin Callistus, meaning most beautiful

Calypso

She that conceals Latin form of Greek Kalypso, myth name of a sea nymph, and daughter of Atlas.

Cambria

Female name derived from the Latin form of Cymru ( the Welsh name for Wales), itself probably from the old Brythonic word combroges, meaning "compatriots," from the struggle with the Anglo-Saxons.

Camilla

Feminine form of Roman Camillus, possibly meaning attendant (for a temple) In Roman mythology, Camilla was a warrior maiden and queen of the Volsci.

Cardea

Roman myth name of a goddess of health, door hinges, handles, and thresholds, meaning door-pivot

Carmella

Latin form of Carmel, meaning vineyard

CARNA

Roman myth name of a goddess of flesh, meaning horn This is the name from which the word carnal was derived. Also the myth name of a nymph who the god Janus fell in love with.

Carola

Feminine form of Latin Carolus, meaning man

Cassia

Latin form of Hebrew Kezia, meaning cinnamon tree

Cassiah

Variant of Latin Cassia, meaning cinnamon tree

Cassiopea

Variant of Latin Cassiopeia, meaning she whose words excel

Cassiopeia

She whose words excel Latin form of Greek myth name Kassiopeia, name of one of the fifty Nereids. She became the wife of Cepheus and mother of Andromeda.

Ceres

Roman myth name of the goddess of agriculture, derived from the Proto-Indo-European root ker, meaning to grow

Christiana

Feminine form of Latin Christianus, meaning follower of Christ

Clare

Latin name derived from the word clarus, meaning clear, bright

Claritia

Latin name meaning fame

Claudia

Feminine form of Roman Claudius, meaning lame

Cleopatra

Glory of the father Latin form of Greek Kleopatra. Cleopatra VII reigned as Queen of Egypt from 51-30 B.C. She was born in 69 B.C. in Alexandria, Egypt and is believed to have been black African.

Clio

Latin form of Greek Kleio, myth name of the muse of poetry and history, meaning glory

Clotho

Latin form of Greek Klotho, name of one of the three Fates (Moirae) of Greek mythology, meaning spinner

Clymene

Latin form of Greek Klymene, myth name of several characters including the mother of Atlas and Prometheus, meaning praiseworthy might

Clytemnestra

Latin form of Greek Klytaimnestra, myth name of the wife of Agamemnon, meaning praiseworthy wooer

Clytia

Latin form of Greek Klytie, myth name of a nymph who was buried alive in sand and transformed into a sunflower, meaning famous

Clytie

Variant of Latin Clytia, meaning famous

Columbine

Feminine form of Latin Columba, meaning dove

Concepta

Latin form of Spanish Concepción, meaning conception

Concordea

Variant of Latin Concordia, meaning harmony; peace; with (one) heart
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