Girl Names of Priestess theme

Priestess names for baby girls, related also with nun, with 25 entries. Priestess names are rather popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1928 with 1.584% of baby girls being given Priestess names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 9 Priestess names. The names have slipped in popularity since then, and they are of modest use in recent times. In 2018, their total usage was 0.939% with 4 Priestess names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Priestess names, Ava (English and German) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #3 and a usage of 0.8084%.
noble, honorable, fight ... primarily used in German and it is ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
strength, desired, alive, bird, ... origin is Germanic, and its use, English and ... form of Eva ...
bearer of victory, bearer of victory, ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... derivative of Bernice ...
to help, exalted one ... language of origin is Old Norse and Celtic ... predominantly used in German and ...
exalted one, to help ... mainly used in Scandinavian ... of Old Norse and Celtic origin ...
a priestess who is an oracle ...has its origins in the Welsh language ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
cape, hood, nasturtium ... of Latin origin and it is used mainly ... name is derived ultimately from the Latin ...
fruit garden, fruitful land ... origin is Hebrew, and its use, English and ... an uncommon baby girl name ...
stone, boulder, song ... mainly used in Dutch, English, and ... first name is derived from the French ...
little dark one, little dark-haired ... language of origin is Celtic and Spanish ... form of Sierra ...
clear, bright, famous ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... was used as a medieval form of Clara, ...
from Delphi, dolphin ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... used largely in English and German ...
lady of the people, tribal woman, ... mainly used in English, French, and ... Geneviève (419/422-512) was a ...
spear, strength, power ... used predominantly in Dutch, English, ... name was borne by Saint Gertrude of ...
The origin of Hyndla is the Old Norse language ... In mythology, a priestess ... not in the top 1000 names ...
universal battle ... used predominantly in English, Italian, ... derived from Germanic origins ...
born strong, born to strength ... of Old Greek origin, and it is ... name was borne in Greek mythology by the ...
dear, beloved ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... name was borne by Saint Lioba (710-782), an ...
prophet, priestess, edible root, ... of Old Greek and Native American origin ... used mainly in English ...
rule, standard, pattern, honored, ... used mostly in the English, German, ... derivative of Nora ...
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