Girl Names of Death theme

Names that allude to death may originate from mythical gods and goddesses. The name Kali, for instance, is the name of a Hindu goddess often associated with destruction. ‘Death’ names may also be descriptions of spirits with evil intention, such as with the name Keres, which means ‘vengeful spirits of death and doom’. With some names, the association with death may point to a positive trait or situation. For example, the name Earnesta means ‘steadfastness, battle to the death’.
kind, good ... of Old Greek origin ... used mainly in English, German, and ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
pure, chaste, hunger, one, hunger, ... of Old Greek and Celtic origin ... the similarity in sound led it to be ...
has its origins in the Celtic language ... In mythology, the goddess of war and death ...
alive, she who lives ... largely used in African, Arabic, ... name was borne by the third and favorite wife ...
white, blond, fair one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in English, German, ...
resurrection ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in English, German, ...
origin is Latin ... mythology, the goddess of winter, anguish, ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
dust, whitish red, pink, woman from Africa, excellent, most important, first-born child ...variant of Afra ...
strength, to destroy ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in English, German, and ...
very holy woman ... mainly used in English, German, and ... was the daughter of the Cretan king Minos ...
immortal ... of Old Greek origin and it is used ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
stammering ... a German and Italian name of Latin ... name was originally the feminine form of the ...
foreign woman ... of Latin origin, and it is used mainly ... root element refers to the unintelligible ...
blessed, traveler, pilgrim, bringer ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English, German, Polish, ...
traveler, pilgrim, bringer of joy ... a Dutch, English, French, German, ... variant of Beatrice ...
white, bright, beautiful, inner ... language of origin is Hungarian, Italian, and ... variation of Bela ...
death ... used chiefly in African and its origin ... seldom used as a baby name for girls ...
dove ... of Latin origin and it is used mainly ... The name Columba was borne by both men and women ...
crown ... has its origins in the Latin language and ... Corona was a 2nd-century saint venerated in ...
to grow ... origin is Latin, and its use, German ... name was borne by the 3rd-century Saint ...

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