Girl Names of Roman language or origin

Roman names for baby girls, with 153 entries. Roman names are very popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. Their usage peaked in 1917 with 11.631% of baby girls being given Roman names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 50 Roman names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 4.741% with 41 Roman names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Roman names, Emily (English) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #12 and a usage of 0.4689%.

of a noble kind, noble, honorable, ... has its origins in the Germanic ... form of Adela ...
woman from Hadria, dark one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in Czech, English, ...
woman from Africa, whitish red, ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English and Iranian ...
pure, chaste, hunger, one, hunger, ... of Old Greek and Celtic origin ... the similarity in sound led it to be ...
beloved ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... name is Anglicized from Amee, itelf ...
messenger of God, angel ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in Dutch, English, ...
annunciation ... used mostly in German and Italian ... of Italian origin ... a Roman Catholic name that is ...
priceless, inestimable ... has its origins in the Latin language ... used largely in English, Italian, Polish, ...
risen from foam ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, English, ... name is of obscure and probably Phoenician ...
follower of Artemis, safe, butcher ... of Old Greek origin ... used mainly in English and Greek ...
primarily used in English, German, and ... of Old Greek origin ... Greek mythology, Athena was the favorite ...
has its origins in the Etrusk language ... From the Roman family name ... not in the top 1000 names ...
august, dignified, holy ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English, German, and ...
august, dignified, holy ... has its origins in the Latin language ... From the Roman nickname ...
golden-haired ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in English, German, ...
golden-haired ... origin is Latin, and its use, Italian and ... From the Roman nickname ... form of Aurelia ...
dawn ... language of origin is Latin, and it is used ... was personified in Roman mythology as the ...
august, dignified, holy ... of Latin origin and it is used mainly ... From the Roman nickname ...
stammering ... a German and Italian name of Latin ... name was originally the feminine form of the ...
blessed, traveler, pilgrim, bringer ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in English, German, Polish, ...
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