Girl Names of Suffix theme

Feminine suffixes entail adding letters at the end of names in order to tailor them to a better fit with the personalities they address. Common suffixes for girls names include “a”, which are often seen in male-female name pairings such as Gabriel and Gabriela; and “ine” as in Clementine. Some feminine suffixes are also diminutive, which affords a more personable and informal fashion of addressing someone.
grass ... used mostly in English and it is of ... name is of obscure origin, possibly derived ...
slender, delicate, noble, honorable, ... language of origin is Germanic and Hebrew ... form of Ada ...
of a noble kind, noble, honorable, ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... had a ranking of #102 then ...
much loved ... language of origin is Welsh and it is also used ... name is from the intensifier prefix 'an-' ...
beautiful snake, beautiful ... language of origin is Germanic ... predominantly used in the English, German, ...
bright famous one, famously famous, ... of Latin and Germanic origin ... used mainly in English ...
used mostly in the English language ... a modern name derived from the ... a rather popular baby girl name ...
most beautiful ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... Greek mythology, Callisto was the name of a ...
primarily used in English and its ... was first invented by Margaret Mitchell for ...
man, free man, coral, maiden, virgin, ... has its origins in the Germanic ... form of Caroline ...
beautiful Christian, Christian woman ... language of origin is Latin and it is used ...
clear, bright, famous ... used predominantly in English and it ... name is from the combination of Clara with ...
clear, bright, famous ... origin is Latin, and its use, English ... name is from the combination of Clara with ...
merciful, gentle ... has its origins in the Latin language ... used largely in English, German, and ...
darling ... used mostly in English and it is also ... name is a recent coinage from the combination ...
gift, gift of god ... used mostly in the English language ... Its language of origin is Old Greek and English ...
gift, gift of god ... origin is Old Greek and English, and its use, ... variation of Dora ...
earth ... of English origin, and it is ... name is derived from the English word with an ...
beaded, adorned, kernel, bright ... has its origins in the Latin language ... form of Eithne ...
house owner, lord of the manor, ... largely used in the English and Scottish ... contraction of Henrietta ...

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