There are 9 Diocletian names for baby girls.
Diocletian names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1916 with 2.776% of baby girls being given Diocletian names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 5 Diocletian names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and they are of modest use in recent times. In 2012, their total usage was only 0.206% with 2 Diocletian names listed among the top 1000. Among all Diocletian names, Juliana (Czech, Dutch, English, Slavic, Spanish, German, and Portuguese) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #147 and a usage of 0.1145%.
|Agnes || pure, chaste; hunger; one; hunger; ... by the emperor Diocletian ... |
|Aphra|| dust; whitish red, pink; woman from Africa; excellent; most important; first-born child ...|
|Crescentia|| to grow ... and Modestus under Diocletian ... |
|Dominika|| of the lord, belonging to God ... century martyred under Diocletian for destroying pagan ... |
|Eulalia || sweetly-spoken, well-spoken ... who was martyred under Diocletian for trying to stop the ... |
|Honorine|| honored, honorable ... saint martyred under Diocletian and revered especially ... |
|Juliana 147 || Jupiter's child, downy ... who was martyred under Diocletian in 304 ... |
|Justine || fair, just; just, righteous, fair ... who was martyred under Diocletian ... |
|Margaret 178 || pearl ... in Pisidia under Diocletian ... |