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Girl Names of Romanian language or origin

Romanian names for baby girls, with 137 entries. The Romanian language is unique within its setting of Eastern Europe as the only Romance language that is spoken in that region. According to Romanian tradition, many girls would be named after Romanian Orthodox saints. In more recent times, Romanians have started adopting Spanish names, following the popularity of Latin American-produced drama serials that started airing in Romania in the 1990s. With the exception of a few names like Carmen, most Romanian names for girls end with an “a”, as grammatically feminine words in Romanian are frequently marked with the vowel “a”.

Romanian names are very popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1930s up to the 1960s. Their usage peaked in 1968 with 4.197% of baby girls being given Romanian names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 22 Romanian names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2017, their total usage was 3.039% with 27 Romanian names listed among the top 1000. Among all Romanian names, Isabella (Spanish, Dutch, English, German, Italian, Romanian, and Scandinavian) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #4 and a usage of 0.8054%.


Adanoble, honorable; of a noble kind; ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... diminutive of Adela ...

Adelanoble, honorable; of a noble kind; ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... form of Ada ...

Adrianawoman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in Czech, English, ...

Agrapinaborn feet first ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, Romanian ... variant transcription of Agripina ...

Agrepinaborn feet first ... of Old Greek origin and it is used ... derivative of Agripina ...

Agripinaborn feet first ... of Old Greek origin and it is used ... not often used as a baby girl name ...

Alexandradefender of men ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in Czech, Dutch, ...

AnaGod was gracious, God has shown ... of Hebrew origin ... used mainly in English, Georgian, Indian, ...

Andreeamale, manly, brave, virility; defender ... used mostly in the English and ... derivative of Andrea ...

Angelamessenger of God, angel ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in Dutch, English, ...

Angelicaangelic, like an angel; messenger ... of Old Greek and Latin origin ... used mainly in the English, German, ...

Angelikaangelic, like an angel; messenger ... mainly used in German, Romanian, ... of Old Greek and Latin origin ...

AnicutaGod was gracious, God has shown ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variant of Anna ...

Arsenievirile ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, Romanian ... variation of Arsenia ...

Aureliagolden-haired ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in English, German, ...

Auroradawn ... language of origin is Latin, and it is used ... was personified in Roman mythology as the ...

Beatrixtraveler, pilgrim, bringer of joy ... a Dutch, English, French, German, ... variant of Beatrice ...

Biancawhite, pure; white, bright, beautiful; ... language of origin is Italian and Old French ...

Bogdanagiven by God ... language of origin is Slavonic ... predominantly used in Polish, Romanian, ...

Cameliaacolyte, attendant at a ritual ... mainly used in the English and ... variant form of Camellia ...

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