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Girl Names related to Medieval

Medieval names for baby girls, with 116 entries. Medieval names are very popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. Their usage peaked in 1932 with 19.906% of baby girls being given Medieval names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 61 Medieval names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2016, their total usage was 6.705% with 47 Medieval names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Medieval names, Emma (English, Armenian, Catalan, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Scandinavian, and Spanish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #1 and a usage of 1.0108%.


Agatha kind, good ... of Old Greek origin ... used mainly in English, German, and ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

Agnes pure, chaste; hunger; one; hunger; ... of Old Greek and Celtic origin ... the similarity in sound led it to be ...

Aimee beloved ... language of origin is French and Latin, and it ... name has been used by French speakers since ...

Alice of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... of Germanic origin ... used mainly in Czech, English, French, ...

Alison of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... had a ranking of #102 then ...

Alix of a noble kind; defender of men; ... origin is Old Greek and Germanic, and its use, ...

Amice friendship; loved friend; beloved ... has its origins in the Latin language and ... form of Amica ...

Angharad much loved ... language of origin is Welsh and it is also used ... name is from the intensifier prefix 'an-' ...

Ann friendly; God was gracious, God ... has its origins in the Arabic, Hebrew, ... derivative of Anissa ...

Anne God was gracious, God has shown ... largely used in the English, French, ... variant spelling of Ann ...

Aoibheann fair radiance, beautiful sheen ... used mostly in Gaelic and Irish, and ... not widely used as a baby name for ...

Arabella obliging, invokable in prayer; to pray for ... largely used in English, German, and ... Its origin is Latin ...

Aurora dawn ... language of origin is Latin, and it is used ... was personified in Roman mythology as the ...

Ava strength; desired; alive; bird; ... origin is Germanic, and its use, English and ... form of Eva ...

Aveline little bird, strength, desired; ... language of origin is Germanic and Old French, ... derivative of Ava ...

Averil boar-like in battle; April ... of English, Old English, and French ... used mainly in English ...

Avila bird, strength, desired ... language of origin is Germanic and it is used ...

Beata blessed; traveler, pilgrim, bringer ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English, German, Polish, ...

Belinda beautiful snake; beautiful ... language of origin is Germanic ... predominantly used in the English, German, ...

Bertha bright, famous; bright famous one; ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... form of Roberta ...

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