Girl Names of Red theme

Red is one of three basic primary colors from which every other hue is derived. ‘Red’ names for girls share its intense and striking characteristic, and was originally given to girls to liken them to beautiful rubies. In East Asian culture, the color red is associated with prosperity and favor. One of the most popular red names, Scarlett, was adapted from a surname which was originally to given to tradespeople of red-colored textiles.
man ... language of origin is Hebrew ... predominantly used in English and Hebrew ...
daughter of the red earth ...The origin of Admina is the Hebrew language ... a rarely used baby name for girls ...
woman from Africa, whitish red, ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English and Iranian ...
resembling the sweet-brier rose ...has its origins in the French language ...
red rose ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Japanese ... an uncommon baby girl name ...
red ... largely used in the Japanese language ... an unusual baby girl name ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
red dye ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Japanese ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...
a white climbing rose ... of Turkish origin ... not frequently used as a baby girl ...
red rose ... largely used in the Armenian language ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
risen from foam ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, English, ... name is of obscure and probably Phoenician ...
sprinkled with dew from heaven, ...The origin of Arrosa is Basque ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...
red ... of Sanskrit origin and it is used ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
deep red ... language of origin is English and it is also ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
moon rose ... language of origin is Turkish ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
beautiful rose ... of Spanish origin, and it is used ... not regularly used as a baby name ...
bearer of victory, bearer of victory, ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... derivative of Bernice ...
briar ... used predominantly in the English ... name is derived from the English word 'briar' ...
bright red, little dark one, little ... origin is Celtic and Spanish, and its use, ...
red or white frangipani flowers ... origin is Cambodian ... not popular as a baby name for girls ...
son of Flannchadh, son of the red ... has its origins in the Celtic language ... not in the top 1000 names ...

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