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Girl Names related to Diocletian

Diocletian names for baby girls, with 9 entries. Diocletian names are somewhat popular baby names for girls. At the height of their usage in 1916, 2.776% of baby girls were given Diocletian names. There were 5 Diocletian names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Diocletian names have since experienced a steep fall in popularity, and in recent years they are of occasional use. In 2016, their combined usage was only 0.216% with 2 Diocletian names listed among the top 1000. Within all Diocletian names, Margaret (English and Scottish) was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #139 and a usage of 0.1147%.


Agnes pure, chaste; hunger; one; hunger; ... of Old Greek and Celtic origin ... in the pronunciation of Agnes then ...

Aphra dust; whitish red, pink; woman from Africa; excellent; most important; first-born child ...

Crescentia to grow ... origin is Latin, and its use, German ... the 3rd-century Saint Crescentia, who was martyred with ...

Dominika of the lord, belonging to God ... has its origins in the Latin language ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

Eulalia sweetly-spoken, well-spoken ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, English, ... an uncommon baby girl name ...

Honorine honored, honorable ... language of origin is Latin ... Honorina or Honorine (-303) was an obscure early ...

Juliana Jupiter's child, downy ... has its origins in the Latin language ... popular as a baby girl name ...

Justine fair, just; just, righteous, fair ... language of origin is Latin ... Lawrence Durrell novel Justine (1957) ...

Margaret pearl ... of Old Greek origin ... name was borne by Saint Margaret (-304), who was ... an all-time favorite ...

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