Girl Names of Burmese language or origin

Burmese names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity has been growing since the 1990s; before that, they were of sporadic use only. Their usage peaked modestly in 2009 with 0.193% of baby girls being given Burmese names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 Burmese names. In 2018, their total usage was 0.117% with 2 Burmese names listed among the top 1000. Among all Burmese names, Mya (English and Burmese) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #197 and a usage of 0.0837%.

success ... mainly used in Burmese and it is also of ... not widely used as a baby name for girls ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... of Latin and Burmese origin ... variant of Maya ...
emerald, May, sea of bitterness, ... language of origin is Hebrew, English, Latin, ... form of Mary ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... origin is Latin and Burmese ... form of Maya ...
emerald, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... has its origins in the Hebrew, Latin, and ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... origin of Mayi is the Latin and Burmese ... variant of Maya ...
strength, emerald, beloved of Amun, ... used predominantly in the Dutch language, ... variation of Mya ...
emerald, beloved of Amun, pregnant ... of Burmese origin ... derivative of Mya ... unusual as a baby girl name ...
affectionate ...The origin of Meit is the Burmese language ... an irregularly used baby girl name ...
affectionate ... origin is Burmese ... form of Meit ... unusual as a baby girl name ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ...The origin of Moia is Latin and Burmese ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... origin is Latin and Burmese ... variant of Maya ...
beauty, emerald, myrrh, to admire, ... has its origins in the Hebrew, Vietnamese, ... diminutive of Maria ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... of Latin and Burmese origin, and it is ... form of Maya ...
emerald, nurse, great, big, beloved ... language of origin is Latin and Burmese ... variation of Maya ...
emerald, beloved of Amun, pregnant ... derived from Burmese origins ... derivative of Mya ...
emerald, beloved of Amun, pregnant ... derived from Burmese, Egyptian, French, and ... variant of Myia ...







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