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Biblical female names: how to name a girl beautifully

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Apr10,2024

Biblical female names: how to name a girl beautifully

Beautiful biblical female names/Collage by Radio MAXIMUM

Recently, young parents have been drawing inspiration from the Bible when they are looking for a name for their child. Radio MAXIMUM has collected beautiful biblical female names for you in one material.

If you are choosing what to name your daughter, let's pay attention to these church names for girls. Perhaps one of them will be worn by your future child.

  • Biblical Names for Girls
  • Church Names for Girls
  • Popular Church Names for Girls

Bible names for girls

  • Eve
  • Sarah
  • Hagar
  • Hetturah
  • Noema
  • Rebekah
  • Leah
  • Rachel
  • Bilga< /li>
  • Zilpah
  • Dinah
  • Tamar
  • Jochaved
  • Miriam
  • Devorah
  • Jail
  • Dalilah
  • Ruth
  • Orpah
  • Anna
  • Ahinoam
  • < li>Ritzpah

  • Abigail
  • Bathsheba
  • Naamah
  • Gotholiah
  • Jhosaveth
  • Jezebel
  • Hulda
  • Astin
  • Susanna
  • Maria
  • Wernica
  • Priscilla< /li>
  • Sapphira

Biblical female names: how to name a girl beautifully

Church names of girls

  • Avdotya – benevolent.
  • Agafia – is good, kind.
  • Agnesa – innocent, clean, similar to a lamb (that is, a lamb).
  • Agripina is flammable.
  • Adelaide is the one who smells.
  • Ksenia – acts as a stranger, a foreigner.
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  • Akulina – eagle, eagle.
  • Oleksandra – protects people, humanity.
  • Olena – light, the one who shines.
  • Alina – beautiful.
  • Alice has a noble origin.
  • Anastasia is resurrected.
  • Angela is a little angel.
  • Anna is merciful.
  • Antonina is an adversary who competes.
  • Antonia is priceless.
  • Anfisa is the one who blooms.
  • Arina is peaceful.
  • Opanasa is immortal.
  • Valentine is endowed with strength.
  • Valeria is healthy and strong.
  • Varvara is rude, a foreigner. Vasilisa is of royal origin. Faith is faithful. Veronica is the light of victory. Victoria is the one who wins.
  • Halyna is clear.
  • Glafira is smooth.
  • Daria is kind, queen.
  • Eve is the life that gives.
  • Evgenia is of noble origin. Evdokia – seems kind.
  • Catherine – is true hope, eternally pure.
  • Elizaveta – she honors the Lord.
  • Ephrosinia – joyful, cheerful.
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  • Zhanna – blessed by God.
  • Zinaida – of divine origin.
  • Zoya – vital.
  • Inna – a rushing stream that floats.
  • Iryna is peaceful. Karina has inner purity. Love is love. Lyudmila is nice to people. Margarita is pearl.
  • Marianna is a sad beauty.
  • Marina is a child of the sea element.
  • Maria is bitter, stubborn, wonderful.
  • Marfa – acts as a mentor.
  • Hope – gives hope.
  • Nataliya is native, blessed.
  • Nika is the conqueror of nations.
  • Nina is a great, lady, young woman.
  • Nona is the ninth.
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  • Oksana – (derived from Ksenia) – a traveler.
  • Olga – bright, wise.
  • Polina – destructive.
  • Paraska – prepares.< /li>
  • Raisa is simple-minded.
  • Svetlana is bright.
  • Seraphim is a snake, fiery.
  • Sofia is wise.
  • Taisia ​​- differs in wisdom, comes later.
  • Tamara – a palm tree with dates.
  • Tatyana is the founder.
  • Ulyana – with curly, fluffy hair.
  • Ustinia – cares about justice.
  • Faina – is, shines.
  • < li>Thekla – glorifying the Lord.

  • Theodora – gifted by the Most High.
  • Pylipa – loves horses.
  • Yulia – from the family of Yuliev, owner of curly and fluffy hair.
  • Pelagia is a sensitive dreamer who is also a good student.

Biblical female names: how to name a girl beautifully

Beautiful church names for girls

Let's pay attention to beautiful church names that you can choose for girls. Most of them are wildly popular among Ukrainians. That is why they are considered popular.

  • Anastasia – “resurrected”
  • Vira – “faith”
  • Varvara – “stranger”
  • Catherine – “pure”
  • Elizaveta – “God's oath”
  • Irina – “peace”
  • Maria – “desired”
  • < li>Sophia – “wisdom”

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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