Bird Names

Aderyn

Welsh name meaning bird

Aghavni

Armenian name meaning pigeon

Aibhilin

Variant of Irish unisex Aibhlin, meaning little bird

Aibhlin

Irish form of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Aila

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailee

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Aileen

Scottish variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailene

Variant of Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailey

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ailie

Nickname for Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Aleen

Variant of Scottish Aileen, meaning both bird and rival

Alene

Variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Aline

Nickname for French Adeline, meaning noble

Alleen

Variant of English Aline, meaning both bird and rival

Allene

Variant of English Aline, meaning both bird and rival

Alline

Variant of English Aline, meaning both bird and rival

Avalina

Variant of English Avaline, meaning little bird

Avaline

English variant of French Aveline, meaning little bird

Avelina

English form of French Aveline, meaning little bird

Aveline

French pet form of Latin Avila, meaning little bird

Avice

English variant of Avis, meaning bird

Avila

Latin form of English Avis, meaning bird

Avis

Originally a German nickname of unknown meaning, it became a popular English name in the Middle Ages when it became associated with the Latin noun avis and adopted the meaning bird

Ayah

Feminine variant of Hebrew unisex Aya, meaning vulture

Bangles

From the vocabulary word meaning bracelet, anklet, or ornament

Bijou

English name derived from the French word bijou, meaning jewel

Buttercup

From the vocabulary word meaning 1) a bright yellow flower; 2) a term of endearment. A good name for a canary.

Calandra

Italian surname transferred to forename use, meaning "skylark." May have originally been a nickname for someone with a good singing voice.

Capeka

Czech/Croatian name meaning little stork

Celandine

Greek bird and flower name. It is the name of a yellow wildflower whose name derives from chelidon, meaning "a swallow bird."

Celinda

Modern English creation, possibly a blend of Celandine (bird and flower name) and Linda from the Spanish word meaning pretty

Chasida

Hebrew name meaning stork and righteous

Chasidah

Variant of Hebrew Chasida, meaning stork and righteous

Chichirika

Variant of Chamoru Chirika, meaning bird

Chirika

Chamoru name meaning bird

Chosovi

Native American Hopi name meaning bluebird

Chosposi

Native American Hopi name meaning bluebird eye

Coco

Continental pet form of longer names starting with Co-. Might also be a variant of the word cocoa (the drink)

Colmcilla

Irish name meaning dove of the church

Colombe

French unisex form of Latin Columba, meaning dove

Colombina

Feminine form of Italian Colombano, meaning "dove."

Columbine

Feminine form of Latin Columba, meaning dove

Cookie

1) a crisp cake made from sweetened dough; 2) slang for a person of a specified kind; 3) in computer science a collection of information stored on a local computer.

Deryn

Welsh name, probably from the word aderyn, meaning bird

Doli

Native American Navajo name meaning bluebird

Earwig

1) an insect of the order Dermaptera; 2) one who attempts to influence by persistent confidential talk. Good name for a talking bird that talks a lot.

Eibhlin

Irish/Gaelic form of both English Aveline little bird and French Emeline rival

Eileen

English form of Irish Eibhlín, itself a form of both English Aveline bird, and French Emeline, rival

Etalpalli

Nahuatl unisex name meaning wing

Evaline

Feminine variant of unisex Evelyn, little bird

Evalyn

Feminine variant of unisex Evelyn, little bird

Eveleen

Feminine variant of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Eveliina

Finnish feminine form of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Evelina

Latin feminine form of English unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Eveline

Feminine variant of English unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Evelyn

English surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from the Norman French/German feminine name Aveline, meaning little bird

Evelyne

Feminine variant of English unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Faiga

Variant of Yiddish Faigel, meaning bird

Faigel

Yiddish name derived from the word feigel, meaning bird

Feige

Variant of Yiddish Faigel, meaning bird

Greeny

From the vocabulary word meaning 1) a European finch; 2) a Texas sparrow; 3) green-colored.

Hasida

Variant of Hebrew Chasida, meaning stork and righteous

Hister

From the vocabulary word meaning to mimic, imitate, copycat, ape, parrot

Honey

English name derived from the vocabulary word honey Also a term of endearment.

Ilean

Variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ileen

Variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Ilene

Variant of English Eileen, meaning both bird and rival

Iuitl

Nahuatl unisex name meaning feather

Karawek

Thai name meaning bird

Kirke

Original Greek form of Latin Circe, meaning "bird."

Laerke

Danish bird name meaning lark

Lark

English unisex name derived from the bird name, itself ultimately from Old English lawcere, meaning songbird

Liluye

Native American Miwok name meaning singing chicken hawk that soars

Litonya

Native American Miwok name meaning darting hummingbird

Llinos

Welsh bird name, meaning greenfinch

Mai tai

From the vocabulary word meaning a cocktail made with rum, curacao, and fruit juices

Mavis

English bird name, meaning song thrush

Merla

Feminine form of unisex Merle, meaning blackbird

MERLE

English unisex name, derived from the Old French word merle, meaning blackbird It first came to public notice in the 1930s with the actress Merle Oberon, and is mostly given to girls.

Merletta

Feminine pet form of English unisex Merle, meaning blackbird
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