Girl Names Ending with -aty

-aty names are uncommon as baby girl names. Their usage peaked modestly in 1987 with 0.036% of baby girls being given -aty names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there was 1 -aty name. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and are currently of sporadic use.

to sing ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variation of Anat ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...
goddess of stars and sky ... origin is Sanskrit ... variant of Arundhati ... not popular as a baby name for ...
a long-lived woman ... of Sanskrit origin ... variant form of Ayushmati ... unusual as a baby name for girls ...
lucky ... derived from African-Swahili origins ... variant of Bahati ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
maintained ...The origin of Baraty is the Sanskrit language ... derivative of Bharati ...
maintained ... of Sanskrit origin ... variant of Bharati ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...
a flowering woman ... of Old Greek origin ... variant of Calatea ... seldom used as a baby name for girls ...
pure, torture ... has its origins in the Old Greek language ... variation of Katherine ...
milk ... of Old Greek origin ... form of Galatea ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
a queen of the snow-covered mountains ... has its origins in the Sanskrit language ... derivative of Haimati ...
full phase of the moon ... of Sanskrit origin ... form of Indumati ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
of the awakening ... of Sanskrit origin ... variant of Jagrati ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
dove ... derived from Hebrew origins ... derivative of Jonina ... rare as a baby girl name ...
pure, torture ... largely used in the English language and ... diminutive form of Kate ...
origin is Sanskrit ... variant form of Kirati ... not frequently used as a baby girl ...
jasmine flower ...The origin of Malaty is the Sanskrit language ... form of Malati ...
dove ... has its origins in the Indonesian ... form of Merpati ... unusual as a baby name for girls ...
a beloved friend ... origin is African ... derivative of Murata ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...
realizing one's destiny, fate ...The origin of Niyaty is Sanskrit ... variant transcription of Niyati ...
daughter of the mountain ... derived from Sanskrit origins ... variant form of Parvati ...
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