Girl Names of Tagalog language or origin

Tagalog names for baby girls, with 17 entries. Tagalog names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity has been growing since the 2000s. Their usage peaked modestly in 2018 with 0.042% of baby girls being given Tagalog names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 Tagalog names. In 2018, among all Tagalog names, Ari (Japanese, Spanish, English, Albanian, and Kurdish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #719 and a usage of 0.0213%.
northeast monsoon ...The origin of Amihan is the Tagalog language ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...
ant, golden life, very holy woman, ... origin and use are both in the Japanese ... contracted form of Ariadne ...
stars ... derived from Tagalog origins ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...
pure ... origin, as well as its use, is in the Tagalog ... represents the transferred use of the ...
goddess ...The origin of Diwata is the Tagalog language ... an unusual baby girl name ...
gazelle, antelope, cow, tired, weary, free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, wished-for child, to swell, beloved of Amun, pregnant mother, star of the sea ...
love ... of Tagalog origin ... uncommon as a baby name for girls ... not listed within the top 1000 names ...
love ... derived from Tagalog origins ... variation of Mahal ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
love ... language of origin is Tagalog ... derivative of Mahal ... not popular as a baby name for girls ...
love ... has its origins in the Tagalog language ... variant transcription of Mahal ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... of Tagalog origin ... variant of Malaya ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... primarily used in English, Indian, and ... form of Malia ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... origin is Tagalog ... variant form of Malaya ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... has its origins in the Tagalog language ... variant of Malaya ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... of Tagalog and Spanish origin ... variant transcription of Malaya ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... of Tagalog origin and it is used mainly ... form of Malaya ...
free, sea of bitterness, rebelliousness, ... an English and Hawaiian name of Tagalog ... variation of Malaya ...

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