Popular German Names
For Girls. Edwina, Elizabeth, Emma, Erica, Ernestina
is a girl's name of English and German origin, and its meaning
is " prosperous friend, heir's axe, rich in friendship". It is a
feminine form of Edwin.
Edwina has 1 variant form: Edwinna.
Short baby names that are very close to Edwina are Adina,
Edana, Edna and Idina.
is a very popular female first name of Hebrew/German origin. The
meaning is biblical "God's promise, God's oath ".
Elizabeth has 25 variant forms: Alizabeth, Bet, Beth, Betty,
Bit, Elisa, Elisabet, Elisabeth, Elisabetta, Elissa, Eliza, Elizabel,
Elizabet, Elsa, Elspeth, Elyza, Ilse, Isabel, Libby, Liesl, Lilibeth,
Lisa, Liza, Lizbeth and Lizette.
Besides there are also several related names Ailsa, Babette,
Bess, Betsy, Bettina, Bizzy, Buffy, Helsa, Oleisa, Orszebet, Yelisabeta,
Ysabel, Zizi and ZsaZsa.
Short baby names of Elizabeth are Elsbeth and Yelizabet.
is a boy's and girl's name of German origin with a meaning "whole,
complete, universal, all-embracing".
Emma has 3 variant forms: Emmajean, Emmalee and Emmy.
Familiar names are Emmaline, Ima and Amelia.
Baby names that sound like Emma are Amma, Ama, Emmie, Em,
Amia, Jemma, Jama, Oma, Uma, Ooma and Yuma.
is a very popular female first name and a very rare surname of
Old Norse, Old English, Old German and Scandinavian origin. Its
meaning is " ever-powerful, a complete ruler". That is a feminine
form of Eric.
Erica has 6 variant forms: Ericka, Erika, Erike, Erikka,
Eryka and Rikke. Several related names: Geri, Jerica
Short baby names that might have appeared from Erica are Eriko
is a girl's name of Old German origin, and it has a "serious; determined;
earnest, vigorous" meaning.
Ernestina is a feminine form of Ernest.
Ernestina has 4 variant forms: Erna, Ernesha, Ernesta and
There is only one baby name that comes from Ernestina, it is Arnessa.
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