There are 9 Jewish names for baby girls.
Jewish names are rather popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1940s up to the 1950s. Their usage peaked in 1954 with 3.159% of baby girls being given Jewish names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 5 Jewish names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2015, their total usage was 0.655% with 5 Jewish names listed among the top 1000. Among all Jewish names, Anna (Czech, English, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavic, Spanish, Armenian, Breton, Catalan, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, Indian, and Japanese) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #44 and a usage of 0.2632%.
|Anna|| God was gracious, God has shown ... Anna was a devout Jewish prophetess who ... |
|Deborah|| bee ... this has mainly been a Jewish name. ... |
|Drusilla|| fruitful, dewy-eyed ... name was borne by the Jewish wife of the Roman ... |
|Esther|| star ... borne by the beautiful Jewish orphan who replaced ... |
|Naomi|| sweetness, pleasantness, my delight; ...It is a traditional Jewish name ... |
|Rachel|| ewe ... his popularity as a Jewish name ... |
|Salome|| peace ... via the records of the Jewish historian Josephus, ... |
|Tallis|| forest ... is also the name of a Jewish prayer shawl. ... |
|Tova|| thunder, thunder god; Yahweh is ...This is a modern Jewish name. ... |