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Beautiful old female names that you can name your daughter

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun5,2024

Beautiful ancient female names to name your daughter

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Since ancient times, names have had a special power and meaning. They were not just a word denoting a person, but real symbols, reflecting character traits, fate, and sometimes the divine essence.

Women's names especially attract attention, because they were often associated with goddesses, queens and prominent personalities who influenced the course of history. Each of these names carries a part of the culture, beliefs and ideals of those times. Plunging into the world of ancient female names, we discover a multifaceted and fascinating world of antiquity, where each name tells its own unique story, intertwined with myths, legends and real events.

How to name a girl – beautiful ancient names

By studying these names, we come closer to understanding how women in different cultures and eras perceived themselves and their world, leaving a unique mark in human history.

Let us pay attention, that the names are divided into:

pre-Christian and pagan – Slavic gods and names that were formed from the qualities they sought to endow their child with;
Jewish and Old Testament – names of saints, as well as figures from the Bible;
Latin and Greek – names of the first saints, as well as martyrs;
Scandinavian – names that belong to our lands the Varangians brought, in particular, the names that our first princes had.

  • Agafia is (Greek) good.
  • Aquilina – (Latin) eagle.
  • Anastasia – (Greek) resurrection.
  • Anisia – (Greek) beneficent.
  • Anna – (Hebrew) grace.
  • Antonina – (Latin) she who joins the battle.
  • Bazhana – (Slavic) desired.
  • Bogdana – (Slavic ) given by God.
  • Bohuslava – (Slavic) glory to God.
  • Bozhena – (Slavic) from the word “god”.
  • Varvara – (Greek) stranger.
  • Vasilyna is (Greek) queen.
  • Vera – (Slavic) faith.
  • Virinea – (Latin) green, young, blooming.
  • Virlyana – (Slavic) from the word “eagle”.
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  • Glafira – (Greek) slender, elegant.
  • Daria – (Persian) from the name of King Darius.
  • Daryna – (Slavic) from the word “gift”.
  • Eve – (Jewish) life.
  • Eugeneia – (Greek) good family.
  • Eudokia – (Greek) good fame.
  • Eustachia – (Greek) happy.
  • Zhadana – (Slavic) desired, desired.
  • Zvenislava – (Slavic) ringing glory.
  • Zinaida – (Greek) from the name of the god Zeus.
  • Zinovia – (Greek) pleasing to Zeus.
  • Zoreslava – (Slavic) dazzled with glory.
  • Zoryana – (Slavic) star.
  • Zoia – (Greek) life.
  • Ivanna – (Hebrew ) God's grace.
  • Irina – (Greek) gentle, peaceful.
  • Heroida – (Greek) heroine.
  • Catherine – (Greek) pure.
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  • Kostantina – (Greek) constant, faithful.
  • Xenia – (Greek) from “hospitality, warm meeting”.

Beautiful ancient female names that you can name your daughter with

  • Lada – (Slavic) goddess of beauty and spring.
  • Larisa – (Greek) seagull .
  • Lybid – (Slavic) swan.
  • Lydia – (Greek) from the name of a region in Asia Minor.
  • Lyubov – (Slavic) love.
  • Lyubomyra – (Slavic) love of peace.
  • Ludmila – (Slavic) sweet to people.
  • Mavka – (Slavic) forest mermaid.
  • Malva – (Latin) mallow.
  • Maria – (Hebrew) desirable, calm, cozy.
  • Marta – (Hebrew) lady, hostess.
  • Marina – (Latin) sea.
  • Melania – (Greek ) black.
  • Melitina – (Greek) honey.
  • Milana – (Slavic) sweet.
  • Myroslava – (Slavic) glory of peace.
  • Motrona – (Latin) woman.
  • Nadia – (Slavic) hope.
  • Natalia – (Latin) Christmas, birth.
  • Neonila – (Greek) new, young.
  • Odarina – (Slavic) from the word “gift”.
  • < li>Oksana – (Greek) from “hospitality, warm meeting”.

  • Alexandra – (Greek) protector.
  • Elena – (Greek) torch, light.
  • < li>Olga – (Scandinavian) ordained, holy.

  • Orina – folk form of the name Iryn.
  • Orysia – folk form of the name Iryn.
  • Paraskeva – (Greek ) waiting, the eve of the Sabbath holiday, Friday.
  • Pelagia – (Greek) sea.
  • Rada – (Slavic) glad, joyful.
  • Radoslava – (Slavic) from the words “joy” and “glory”.< /li>
  • Rodoslava – (Slavic) – family glorifies.
  • Roxana – (Greek) light.
  • Roksolana – (Greek) woman of the people of Roksolani.
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  • Romana – (Latin) Roman.
  • Ruta – (Hebrew) friend.

Beautiful vintage female names to name your daughter

  • Svitlyana – (Slavic) light.
  • Solomia – (Hebrew) peaceful.
  • Sofia – (Greek) wisdom, knowledge.
  • Stephania – ( Greek) crown, crown.
  • Tamara – (Hebrew) date palm.
  • Taisa – (Greek) belonging to the Egyptian goddess Isis.
  • Thekla – (Greek) folk form of the name Thekla, thank God.
  • Theodora – (Greek) God's gift.
  • Theodosia – (Greek) given by God.
  • Teresa – (Greek) protector.
  • Tetiana – (Latin) destiny, destiny.
  • Fevronia – (Greek) bright, sunny.
  • Thekla – (Greek) glory to God.< /li>
  • Kharitina – (Greek) mercy.
  • Khivrya – (Greek) folk form of the name Fevronia, bright, sunny.
  • Krystyna – (Greek) Christian.
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  • Tsvitana – (Slavic) from the word “flower”.
  • Juliiana – (Latin) belonging to Julius.
  • Justina – (Latin) fair.
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  • Yaroslava is (Slavic) glory of spring.
Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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