Short and Sweet Girl’s Names:
It is a Russian diminutive of Anna, and is derived from Hannah which means “gracious” or “bringing goodness”.
It may be from the Latin word “avis,” meaning “bird.”
It is a German name meaning ‘flame’.
It is a diminutive of Cynthia and means “of the moon”. .
It is a Greek name meaning ‘pride’, ‘fame’ or ‘glory’.
It is a variant of the Greek KORË or CORINNA meaning “maiden.”
In Hebrew, it means “arbiter” or “God is my judge”.
It is an English name meaning ‘happy warfare’.
It could be a Low German and East Frisian diminutive of Adelheid, meaning “of noble birth”.
It is a German name meaning ‘Little one’.
It is derived from the Middle English word faie meaning “fairy”, or it could have come from the Old French word meaning loyalty or belief.
It is a short form of Gianna, which in turn is a diminutive of Giovanna meaning “God’s gracious gift.”
It is derived from “Islay”, which is the name of an island off the west coast of Scotland. It is also the name of two Scottish rivers.
It is an English name meaning ‘faithfulness’.
It comes from the Hebrew word “yadha” meaning ‘he knows, the knowing one.’
It could possibly be related to an Indo-European root meaning “youth”, or possibly of Etruscan origin.
It can be short for Alana (in English) or Svetlana (in Russian), as well as a derivative of the Greek name Helen. It could also come from the Gaelic word ailin, meaning “little rock”.
In Greek, it means cheerful, happy.
It is taken from the name of the songbird, which is derived from the Middle English larke, laverke (lark).
It is of Old German and Latin origin meaning”famous warrior; light; famous warrior; other, foreign”.
It is an Italian and Spanish name of Latin origin meaning ‘moon’.
It is derived from the Spanish word luz meaning light.
It is a French name meaning ‘the month of May’.
It is related to the Latin, Sanskrit and Slavic words for “wonder”, “peace” and “wonderful”.
In African, it means ‘successful’ and ‘beloved’. In Sanskrit, it means stem, hollow reed.
It is an English pet form of “Helen”, (meaning: light) and by extension, derivatives “Ellen”, “Elinor”, etc.
It is derived from the Sanskrit ‘upala’, meaning “jewel”.
It is a Latin name meaning “pious, devout, prayerful”.
It means abundant blessings from above.
It is a Greek name meaning ‘the mother of the Greek god, Zeus. Wife of Cronus’.
It is a Persian name meaning ‘dawn; bright’.
It is an English name meaning “regret.”
It is an Anglicised form of Gaelic Ó Séaghdha or ‘descendant of Séaghdha’, and a byname meaning ‘fine’ or ‘fortunate’.
An abbreviation of Teresa, it is an English name meaning ‘harvester’.
It is a Greek name meaning ‘goddess; godly’.
It is an English name and derived from Victoria, meaning triumphant.
In Sanskrit, the word umā can mean “tranquillity”, “splendour”, “fame” and “night”. In Hebrew and Aramaic, it means “nation”.
In Russian, it means “faith” although it is sometimes associated with the Latin word verus, meaning “true”.
It is an English name meaning ‘Violet’.
It is a Hawaiian name meaning ‘loyal; faithful’.
A respelling of the name Sara or Sarah, it means princess.
In Greek, it means “life”.
It is the Swahili name for “beautiful”. It could also mean good, nice, pretty, lovely, cute and attractive.