Girl Names of Latvian language or origin

Latvian names for baby girls, with 65 entries. Latvian naming history has been influenced over the centuries by early Germanic rule, Russian domination and more recently, by western popular culture. Traditionally, Latvians have given their children names made popular by Latvian literary giants, like folk poets Auseklis and Andris Pumpurs. These ethnic Latvian names joined names like Elizabete and Krista, which were the collection of Christian names that were introduced during the 16th century Germanic era. Given the large Eastern Slavic population in Latvia, it is hardly surprising that popular Latvian names are also Russian names, sans slight differences in spelling.

Latvian names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1960s up to the 1990s. Their usage peaked modestly in 1995 with 0.167% of baby girls being given Latvian names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 Latvian names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 0.117% with 3 Latvian names listed among the top 1000. Among all Latvian names, Kamila (Arabic, Czech, English, Hungarian, Latvian, Polish, Slavic, and Urdu) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #267 and a usage of 0.0666%.

pure, chaste, hunger, lamb, one ... mainly used in the Italian and Latvian ... of Old Greek origin ...
nobly famous ... language of origin is Germanic, and it is ... variant transcription of Alberta ...
of a noble kind, noble, honorable, ... used mostly in English and Latvian ... of Germanic origin ...
God was gracious, God has shown ... largely used in the Latvian, Lithuanian, ... form of Anastasia ...
God was gracious, God has shown ... of Hebrew origin and it is used largely ... variant transcription of Anna ...
God was gracious, God has shown ... of Hebrew origin, and it is used mainly ... variant transcription of Anna ...
God was gracious, God has shown ... largely used in Latvian and it is derived ...
Asia, God was gracious, God has ... used predominantly in Latvian, ... diminutive form of Anastasia ...
storm, noble strength ... language of origin is Lithuanian, Old English, ... form of Audrey ...
traveler, pilgrim, bringer of joy ... used mostly in the Latvian language ... derivative of Beatrice ...
exalted one ... largely used in Czech, Latvian, and ... Its origin is Celtic ...
day, new ... primarily used in the Latvian language ... form of Dagny ... rare as a baby girl name ...
rich in war ... primarily used in the Latvian and ... of Old English origin ... form of Edith ...
God is perfection, God is my oath ... language of origin is Hebrew and it is used ... variation of Elizabeth ...
imitating, rivaling, imitating, ... origin is Latin, and its use, Latvian, ... derivative of Emily ...
enclosure, spear, strength, power, ... mainly used in the Latvian, African, ... variant form of Georgia ...
pledge, hostage ... used predominantly in Czech, Latvian, ... variation of Giselle ...
pearl ... of Old Greek origin and it is ... variant form of Greta ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... used mostly in Latvian and it is of ... derivative of Harriet ...
will, desire, helmet, protection, ... of Latin and Germanic origin ... variant transcription of Amelia ...
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