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Girl Names of Fire theme

Fire names for baby girls, with 26 entries. Names that mean fire are stirring and full of life. They seem especially exciting as girls’ names, as they often depict a radiance that is inherent in one’s personality. Fire names are also associated with positive traits, such as fervor, zeal and joy; rather than negative ones, like being hot-headed or easily angered. Fire names for girls are also special as they portray a character of integrity forged through the fire of adversity. The Welsh name Tanwen, which means white fire, seems to allude to this experience.

Fire names are somewhat popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. Their usage peaked in 1938 with 3.454% of baby girls being given Fire names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 3 Fire names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then. In 2017, their total usage was 0.419% with 3 Fire names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Fire names, Aria (English, Hebrew, and Italian) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #20 and a usage of 0.3804%.


Ainefire, brightness, splendor; kernel ... language of origin is Celtic ... predominantly used in Gaelic and Irish ...

Analafire ... used mostly in Indian and it is of ... not widely used as a baby name for ...

Analifiery, fire ... origin is Sanskrit ... not widely used as a baby name for ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Anganafire ... an Indian name of Sanskrit origin ... not regularly used as a baby girl name ...

Aodhnaitlittle fire ... primarily used in Gaelic and it is of ... an uncommon baby name for girls ...

Ardeafire ... primarily used in Greek and it is of Old ... not popular as a baby name for girls ...

Ariasong, melody, air ... has its origins in the Latin language ... used largely in English, Hebrew, and ... R ...

Azarfire ... origin is Persian, and its use, Afghani and ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...

Barbaraforeign woman ... of Latin origin, and it is used mainly ... root element refers to the unintelligible ...

Bridgetexalted one ... used predominantly in English, Irish, ... name Brighid was borne in Irish mythology by ...

Dinorahlight, fire; vindicated ... language of origin is Hebrew and Aramaic, and it ...

Eithnekernel; little fire ... language of origin is Celtic ... predominantly used in English, Gaelic, ...

Endellionfire soul ... of Celtic origin and it is used mainly in the ... unusual as a baby name for girls ...

Fiammettafire, flame ... mainly used in Italian and its ... first name is derived from a diminutive of ...

Firea feisty and passionate woman ... origin is English-American ... an uncommon baby name for girls ...

Ignatiafire ... has its origins in the Etrusk language ... From the Roman family name ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Keahifire ... has its origins in the Hawaiian language ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...

Nandaliafire ... of Australian origin ... not frequently used as a baby girl ... not listed in the top 1000 ...

Orielbattle fire; golden-haired ... mainly used in the English language ... of Latin and Germanic origin ...

Pandoraall gifts, many-gifted ... language of origin is Old Greek, and it is used ... rare as a baby name for girls ...

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