Girl Names Ending with -are

-are names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1980s up to the 1990s. Their usage peaked modestly in 1998 with 0.026% of baby girls being given -are names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there was 1 -are name. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their usage was 0.019% with 1 -are name listed among the top 1000.

noble, beauty, wealthy spear, owner ... of Scottish, Hebrew, and Old Greek ... form of Adair ...
goat ...The origin of Ajare is the Sanskrit language ... variant transcription of Aja ...
strength ... language of origin is African-Yoruban ... form of Amari ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
an answer, a gift ... origin is Old English ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
wealthy spear, owner of many spears ...has its origins in the Scottish language ... form of Adair ...
one who plays gentle music ... language of origin is English ... derivative of Aurear ...
one who plays gentle music ... origin is English ... variant form of Aurear ...
one who plays gentle music ... language of origin is English ... variation of Aurear ...
plain, field, battlefield ... language of origin is Scottish ... form of Blair ... not in the top 1000 names ...
long-haired ... of Latin origin ... not popular as a baby girl name ... not in the top 1000 names ...
a musically talented woman ...The origin of Citare is the Old Greek language ... not in the top 1000 names ...
clear, bright, famous ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... was used as a medieval form of Clara, ...
a wolf-lover, one who is strong-willed ...has its origins in the Irish language ... derivative of Conchobarre ...
a versatile woman ... derived from African origins ... form of Dalmar ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
from the state of Delaware ... language of origin is English ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
light-haired ...The origin of Fare is the English language ... variant transcription of Fayre ...
having fair eyebrows ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... derivative of Findabair ...
special aptitude, style, panache, ...The origin of Flare is the English language ... variant of Flair ...
resembling the pomegranate ... language of origin is Arabic ... variation of Gulinar ...
from the gardens ...The origin of Gulzare is the Arabic language ... variant form of Gulzar ...
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