Female Dutch names

Aalty

– noble species

Aaltedzh

– noble species

Abigal

– pleasing father

Abrahana

– large family

Adelhayd

– noble kind

Adelheid

– noble species

Adelhayt

– noble species

Aleid

– noble species

Aleida

– noble kind

Aleidis

– noble kind

Alid

– noble kind

Alli

– noble kind

Angelina

– angel, messenger

Anika

– favor, elegance

Ank

– grace or favor

Annek

– favor, grace

Anneka

– n elegance

Annemarie

– favor, grace and beloved

Annika

– good grace

Ans

– favor, grace

Antje

– favor, grace

Anouk

– favor, grace

Viona

– vine

Willemina

– decisive

Girtj

– force of spear

Girtruda

– force of spear

Goodwill

– good, expensive

Gravity

– covetous, pleasant

Grit

– pearl

Grity

– pearl

Jacob

– supplant

Giannek

– good god

Jantain

– good god

Geltge

– helmet

Dzheltsj

– helmet

Jerda

– enclosure, citadel

Gertrude

– force of spear

Gisela

– pledge

Johannek

– good god

Durtj

– god gift

Inj

– before the meadow

Carolyn

– man

Katridjn

– pure

Katrin

– clean

Keitlijn

– clean

Klartage

– clear, bright

Klazin

– people win

Klara

– clear, bright

Kobi

– displacing

Kokki

– horn

Xander

– defender of humanity

Kunigond

– sustaining war

Liv

– love of God

Lidzbet

– God is my oath

Lizelot

– God is my oath

Lisbeth

– God is my oath

Lije

– God is my oath

Loes

is a famous warrior

Maartj

– from Mars

Makhchtel

– mighty in battle

Margrit

– pearls

Marge

– beloved

Marjolein

– marjoran

Marjolijn

– marjoran

Marijk

– beloved

Marijn

– from the sea

Marijs

– beloved

Marik

– beloved

Marlos

– beloved – famous warrior

Mary yan

– beloved

Maeik

– beloved

Mechteld

– mighty in battle

Mick

– beloved

Mip

– beloved

Mirjam

– beloved

Mirza

– myrtle

Mis

– beloved

Pauline

– small

Renate

– reborn

Ruz

– rose

Saskia

– Saxon

Sophie

– wisdom

Sterr

– star

Stefan

– crown

Sainn

– lily

Tridentzh

– pure

Tris

– reaper

Trusus

– force of the spear

Taresia

– reaper

Femk

– mi p

Hadevich

– fighting, militant

Hedvich

– fighting, militant

Heintj

– home ruler

Helin

– torch, moon or more likely secretly escaping

Helintzh

– torch, moon or, more likely, secretly escaping

Hendrik

– home ruler

Henni

– small house ruler

Hild

– fighting

Hildo

– fighting

Shuiler

– defender protecting

Elk

– noble kind

Jacobine

– displacer

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