Term of Endearment Names (f)

Ahuva

Hebrew name meaning beloved

Aiko (愛子)

Japanese name meaning beloved/loving child

Alamea

Hawaiian name meaning precious

Amada

Feminine form of Spanish Amado, meaning "beloved."

Canan

Turkish name meaning beloved

Cara

Modern English name derived from the Italian term of endearment cara, meaning beloved or the Irish/Gaelic word cara, meaning friend

Caramia

English name derived from the Italian phrase cara mia, meaning my beloved

Caridad

Spanish form of English Charity, meaning "dear."

Carina

German and Scandinavian elaborated form of Cara, meaning "beloved" or "friend."

Carita

Pet form of English Cara, meaning beloved or friend

Charita

Variant of English Charity, meaning dear

Charity

English name derived from the word, charity, one of the three cardinal virtues, itself from Latin caritas, from carus, meaning dear

Chaviva

Hebrew name meaning beloved

Cherette

Pet form of English Cherie, meaning darling

Cheri

Variant of English Cherie, meaning darling

Cherie

English name derived from the French word chérie, meaning darling

Cherry

Variant of English Cherie, meaning darling Also sometimes given as a name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning cherry

Darla

Nickname for English Darlene, meaning darling

Darleen

Variant of English Darlene, meaning darling

Darlene

English altered form of the term of endearment darling

Davena

Variant of Scottish Davina, meaning beloved

Davida

English feminine form of David, meaning beloved

Davina

Scottish feminine form of David, meaning beloved

Davinia

English elaborated form of Scottish Davina, meaning beloved

Dilara

Turkish name meaning lover

Draga

Feminine form of Slovene Drago, meaning "precious."

Dragana

Feminine form of Croatian/Serbian Dragan, meaning "dear, beloved."

Ebio

Egyptian name meaning honey

Esti

Basque name meaning honey; sweet

Godelieve

Good dear Dutch and French name of Germanic origin, composed of the elements gōd good or god God and liob dear, love

Habiba

Feminine form of Arabic Habib, meaning beloved

Honey

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

Jaana

Nickname for Finnish Marjaana, meaning beloved

Jedidah

Biblical name of the mother of Josiah, meaning beloved

Kara

Variant of English Cara, either from the Italian term of endearment Cara, meaning beloved or the Irish/Gaelic word Cara, meaning friend

Karaugh

Variant of English Kara, meaning either beloved or friend

Karita

Norwegian form of English Charity, meaning "dear." Name of one of the three cardinal Virtues. The other two are Faith and Hope.

Kebi

Egyptian name meaning honey

Leeba

Yiddish name meaning beloved

Maaike

Pet form of Dutch Marja, meaning beloved

Maaria

Finnish form of Maria, meaning beloved

Maarika

Pet form of Finnish Maaria, meaning beloved

Maarja

Estonian form of Maria, meaning beloved

Madhu

Hindi name derived from the name of first month, itself from Sanskrit madhu, meaning honey

Maija

Finnish form of Mary, meaning beloved

Maike

Frisian pet form of Maria, meaning beloved

Mair

Welsh form of Mary, meaning beloved

Maire

Irish/Gaelic form of Mary, meaning beloved

Mairenn

Variant of Irish/Gaelic Máirín, meaning beloved

Mairi

Scottish form of Mary, meaning beloved

Mairin

Pet form of Irish/Gaelic Máire, meaning beloved

Mairwen

Beloved fair one Welsh name composed of the name Mair beloved and the word (g)wen blessed, fair, white

Maitagarri

Basque name meaning darling; beloved

Maiteder

Basque form of Darlene, meaning darling

Maitena

Variant of Basque Maiteder, meaning darling

Maleah

English variant of Hawaiian Malia, meaning beloved

Mali

Welsh form of English Molly, meaning beloved

Malia

Hawaiian form of Mary, meaning beloved

Mallaidh

Irish form of Molly, meaning beloved

Mamie

Pet form of Mary beloved and Margaret pearl

Manon

Pet form of French Marie, meaning beloved

Manya

Pet form of Russian Mariya, meaning "beloved."

Mare

Pet form of Croatian Marija, meaning beloved

Maree

English variant of French Marie, meaning beloved

Mareike

German pet form of Latin Maria, meaning "beloved."

Mari (愛美, 愛海)

Welsh and Japanese form of Mary, meaning beloved

Maria

Maria

Maria

Mariah

English variant of Latin Maria, meaning beloved

Mariam

Variant of English Miriam, meaning beloved

Mariamne

A form of English Miriam used by Flavius Josephus when referring to the wife of King Herod; for this reason, it is considered a form of Mary, meaning beloved

Marian

Polish and Romanian form of Roman Marianus, meaning "like Marius."

Mariangela

Contracted form of Spanish María Ángela, meaning "beloved-angel."

Marianna

Latin form of English Mariamne, meaning beloved

Marianne

French form of Latin Marianna, meaning beloved

Marica

Pet form of Hungarian Mária, meaning "beloved."

marie

Marieke

Pet form of Dutch Marja, meaning beloved

Mariel

English pet form of Latin Maria, meaning beloved
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