Female Latin names

Nertus

– strong, energetic

Nikola

– people win

Knox

– night

Odette

– rich

Oenoon

– wine

Octavia

– the eighth

Olympia

– from Olympia

Olkion

– kingfisher

Olkipp

– mighty mare

Oriana

– golden

Pax

– world

Patricia

– noblewoman

Paula

– small

Paulina

– small

Pelagia

– sea

Petra

– rock, stone

Petronilla

– stone

Petranella

– stone

Pia

– devout

Placid

– calm

Poliksen and

– very hospitable (especially to foreigners, strangers)

Polykhimnia

– a lot of songs

Pomona

– fruit tree

Primitive

– first formed

Prisk

– ancient

Prissy

– ancient

Priscilla

– ancient

Proserpine

– appear

Proserpin

– appear

Prudentia

– cautious

Regina

– queen

Regula

– beginning of rule

Regena

– queen

Rena

– born again

Renita

– born again

Ricardo

– strong and brave

Rowena

– holy spear

Roselyn

– tender horse

Roxana

– dawn

Rosa

– rose

Rosalia

– rose

Rosalind

– tender horse

Rowina

– holy spear

Rufina

– redhead

Sabrina

– form Severn, river name in England

Samara

– elm tree seed

Sarah

– princess

Severina

– strict

Selena

– moon

Septima

– seventh

Sera

– Burning

Serafina

– Burning

Sidoni

– From Sidon

Sikilia

– Blind

Silvia

– from the forest

Si

– heaven

Sylvia

– from the forest

Sintia

– woman from Kintos

Sollemnia

– religious

Sperentia

– hope

Scylla

– ancient

Sabiya

– sweet

Sabrina

– name of the river goddess who lived in the Severn River in England

Salvatrix

– savior

Salesia

– salt

Sternnina

– sow

Tasita

– dumb, quiet

Tatiana

– father

Teodosiya

– provided by god

Theophilia

– friend of God

Tessia

– restored

Tetienna

– father

Ulysses

– angry, not seeing

Undine

– wave

Urania

– heavenly

Ursula

– small bear

Fabia

– bean

Fabiola

– small bean

Fauna

– approve

Faust

– lucky

Faustina

– lucky

Felicien

– lucky

Felicia

– lucky

Felicitas

– lucky

Felish

– lucky

Femi

– courteous

Phillidis

– foliage

Flavia

– yellow hair

Flora

– flower

Florine

– flower

Florentia

– flowering

Florentina

– flowering

Floretta

– not Big flower

Fabian

– as биbius

Fabianna

– as Fabius

Faedra

– bright

Halting

– kingfisher

Hekate

– far

Helena

– torch, moon or secretly escape

Herkilia

– thin, offering

Hersilia

– thin, offering

Hurt

– strong, energetic

Hurtta

– strong, energetic

Hilary

– happy, happy

Hippolyta

– freer from the horse

Holkion

– kingfisher

Honor

– honor, valor

Honoria

– honor, valor

Hortensia

– garden

Horetia

– has good eyesight

Ceres

– growing

Sholastika

– scientist

Evelyn

– small bird

Everild

– battle

Evangelina

– good news

Eeridis

– wide justice

Elvisia

– healthy, very healthy

Electra

– bright, shining

Elinor

– foreign, other

Eliena

– sun

Emilia

– competing

Estella

– star

Eusebia

– devout

Eufemia

– courteous

Yudosia

– seeming good

Eunice

– good pob yes

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