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Girl Names of Algonquian language or origin

Algonquian names for baby girls, with 40 entries. Algonquian names are uncommon as baby girl names. Their usage peaked modestly in 1902 with 0.012% of baby girls being given Algonquian names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there was 1 Algonquian name. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and are currently of sporadic use.


Acadiaplace of plenty ... an English name of Algonquian-Wakashan ... first name is derived from the place name ...

Acadiahplace of plenty ...The origin of Acadiah is Algonquian-Wakashan ... variation of Acadia ...

Acadyaplace of plenty ... has its origins in the Algonquian-Wakashan ... variant transcription of Acadia ...

Akadiaplace of plenty ... origin of Akadia is the Algonquian-Wakashan ... derivative of Acadia ...

Akadiahplace of plenty ... language of origin is Algonquian-Wakashan ... variant transcription of Acadia ...

Akadyaplace of plenty ... has its origins in the Algonquian-Wakashan ... variant of Acadia ...

Chenoawhite dove ... origin is Native American, and its use, ... an unusual baby name for girls ...

Connecticutfrom the place upon the long river; ... of Native American-Algonquian ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

Dahlonegagold ... used mostly in Algonquian-Wakashan ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

Lawanalaughing water; beautiful ... language of origin is Thai and ... variant transcription of Lawan ...

Mahwahbeautiful ... an English name of Algonquian-Wakashan ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...

Missourifrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... of Native ... rare as a baby girl name ...

Missouriefrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... of Native ... form of Missouri ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Missouryfrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... has its origins in the Native ... form of Missouri ...

Missurifrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... language of origin is Native ... form of Missouri ...

Missuryfrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... has its origins in the Native ... form of Missouri ...

Mizourifrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... language of origin is Native ... form of Missouri ...

Mizouriefrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... has its origins in the Native ... form of Missouri ...

Mizouryfrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... language of origin is Native ... form of Missouri ...

Mizurifrom the town of canoes; from Missouri, ... language of origin is Native ... form of Missouri ...

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