There are 10 Hunting names for baby girls.
Hunting names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1900s up to the 1950s; before that, they were of modest use only. Their usage peaked in 1957 with 3.458% of baby girls being given Hunting names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 4 Hunting names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then. In 2015, their total usage was 0.086% with 2 Hunting names listed among the top 1000. Among all Hunting names, Diana (Armenian, Catalan, Dutch, English, Estonian, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Spanish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #295 and a usage of 0.0559%.
|Evetta|| a dog hunt; alive; the juniper tree ... its meaning is a dog hunt - in this context, ... |
|Heta|| race after a rabbit hunt ...The name means 'race after a rabbit hunt'. ... |
|Winda|| hunt ...The name means 'hunt'. ... |
|Artemis|| follower of Artemis; safe; butcher ... by the goddess of hunting and the moon; she was ... |
|Cynthia|| woman from Kynthos ... of the moon and of hunting; she was supposed to ... |
|Diana|| light, deity ... goddess of the woods, hunting, and the moon, who was ... |
|Diane|| light, deity ... aristocrats who loved hunting and thus the name, for ... |
|Flair|| special aptitude, style, panache; ... by the notion of a hunting dog's special skill in ... |
|Neith||In mythology, goddess of war and hunting. ... |
|Ramona|| well-advised protector ... and Canada by the Helen Hunt Jackson novel Ramona ... |