F Names For Baby Girl

The f baby name is much more popular as a girl’s name than it is as a boy’s. I’m not sure if this is because of their strong feminine meaning or the fact that it’s suffix starts with F. Either way, we think its a great choice for your little one. A name can make all the difference in a child’s life. Finding the perfect name for your daughter will help her grow up strong, confident and loved.


Letter F Names For Baby Girl

Here are names/meaning for baby girls starting with the alphabet F

  • Fiala: A violet woman
  • Fiamma: A little fiery woman
  • Fiammetta: She is a little but fiery woman
  • Fiana: A huntress warrior
  • Fianna: A vine plant
  • Fiayosemi: The one who has molded her parents with joy.
  • Fibikemi: Yoruba term meaning bless me with your birth.
  • Fida: Sacrifice, Redemption; Offering to protect others
  • Fidanka: Bulgarian word for sapling.
  • Fidda: One who is like as sliver
  • Fiddah: A silvery woman
  • Fidela: From the Late Latin name Fidelis meaning “faithful”, Feminine form of Fidel
  • Fidelina: A little faithful woman
  • Fidelity: To stay true and faithful
  • Fidella: A true and faithful woman
  • Fidelma: A faithful lady
  • Fiducia: To have someones confidence and trust
  • Fiera: To be a proud woman
  • Fifi: One who will add. Fifi is short for Josephine
  • Fifine: God will add
  • Fikkir: To ponder or think deeply about something
  • Fikreta: Thought
  • Fikriyah: A distinctly intelligent individual
  • Fikriyya: An intellectual person( female version of fikri)
  • Fikriyyah: Cogitative, In deep thought about many ideas
  • Fila: The strength and power of Love
  • Filareti: A friendly and virtuous woman
  • Filberta: An immensely bright personality
  • Filia: Friendship,love (in greek), daughter( Latin)
  • Filiberta: An especially bright individual
  • Filica: Happy things, or happy times
  • Filicia: Good fortune and happiness
  • Filipa: A horse lover (Spanish) (Female version of Filip)
  • Filipina: A female who likes horses
  • Filippa: A horse’s companion, inspirational being
  • Filis: Green verdure, lush greenery
  • Filisia: One who is happy or the happy times
  • Filiz: To spring up and develop
  • Fillys: Green verdure, leafy branch
  • Filma: One who is veiled and hidden
  • Filomena: Lover of mankind, beloved
  • Filomina: The Admirer of strength
  • Filza: Most Beloved, Piece of one’s being; Rose from heaven
  • Filzah: Extremely well loved
  • Fina: One who shall add
  • Findabair: Daughter of Queen Medb (Irish Mythology)
  • Fineen: A light-colored child
  • Finella: A person wit fair shoulders
  • Finepopla: A self expressive individual
  • Fingal: A fair Sranger who is powerful
  • Finian: Fair, light-colored or white (haired)
  • Finna: A ‘white’ or ‘fair’ female (feminine for Finn)
  • Finnbar: A person with fair (blond) hair
  • Finnea: “Wood of the Ford”
  • Finnegan: Fair, white or pale
  • Finnehas: The Oracle, As per Bible, the son of Eli; Dark-skinned( Egyptian)
  • Finnley: A fair (haired) warrior
  • Finton: “white-inferno” or “white-bull”, the only one to live through of Great Flood
  • Fiorella: A tiny blooming flower (derived from Latin fiora)
  • Fiorello: A flower which is young (derived from Latin fiora)
  • Fiorenza: A flower (derived from Latin fiora)
  • Firaas: Percipience, Highly insightful
  • Firagh: Pleasure and Happiness
  • Firaki: Fragrance, Sweet and Pleasant smelling person; Sweet Scent
  • Firas: A lion, Highly insightful and astute
  • Firaun: A proud person, Historically, a pharoah killed by Allah
  • Firdaus: The Heavenly City of the Gods, Divine Garden (similar to that of Eden)
  • Firdausi: Paradisical, Heaven-like
  • Firdaws: The Heavens or the Paradise
  • Firdoos: The Heavens or the Paradise
  • Firdos: The celestial afterworld where Gods reside
  • Firdous: The Realm of Paradise
  • Fireese: The combination name of Fire and ice
  • Firenze: A blossoming flower, Italian name for the city Florence
  • Firman: Fair,White (in English), A mandate or edict (in Arabic); Firm (in Latin)
  • Firmin: An unyielding and firm person (derived from Latin Firmus meaning firm)
  • Firoja: The turquoise color, shining, a gemstone
  • Firouz: A triumphant and lucky person, Also refers to turquoise
  • Firouzeh: Turquoise stone or color.
  • Firoza: Turquoise, a semi-precious stone
  • Firoze: An undefeatable person, Also means thegem Turquoise
  • Firuz: An unvanquished and successful person
  • Firyali: Unusual or extraordinary
  • Fisayo: God has added me to my joy.
  • Fiske: One, who is a fisherman by occupation
  • Fisseha: Blissfulness and mirthful joy
  • Fitche: An old English reference to Ermine, a dark-furred weasel-like animal
  • Fitin: A sharp-witted and clever person
  • Fitore: The act of conquering and gaining triumph
  • Fitrat: The inherent temparament and basic nature of a person
  • Fitz: Literally meaning “the son of”, Derived from the Latin “filius”
  • Fitzadam: Literally means “the son of Adam”
  • Fitzgerald: Essentially means “the male offspring of Gerald”
  • Fitzgibbon: Splits down to mean “the son of Gilbert” (Gibb is short for Norman word Gilbert)
  • Fitzgilbert: A patronymic which means “the son of Gilbert”
  • Fitzjames: Basically means “The male child of James”
  • Fitzpatrick: Literally meaning “the male offspring of Patrick”, translated from Irish Mac Giolla Phádraig
  • Fitzsimmons: Gaelicized version of Mac Shíomóin, it means “the son of Simmon”
  • Fitzwalter: Uses Anglo-Norman patronym “fitz” to mean “the son of Walter”
  • Fitzwater: A patronymic which means “the son of Water”
  • Fiza: Breeze, Wind
  • Fizan: A flurry of wind or breeze, Can also mean eminence and popularity
  • Fizza: The silver metal, Also refers special servant of Prophet Mohammad’s grandsons
  • Fizzah: Silver, Historically, aso referred to the maid or ‘kaneez’ of the Prophet’s grandsons
  • Fjola: Icelandic word for violet flower.
  • Fjorgyn: Mother of Thor
  • Flaca: Usually means a slender person (woman)
  • Flair: The style, tastes and panache of a person
  • Flame: A richly passionate and intense woman
  • Flan: Literally means descending from the Flannghal, a surname meaning red-haired
  • Flanders: Historically refered to a member of the Flemmings community, now a part of Belgium
  • Flandrina: A Latin Christian name
  • Flann: Represents the color ruddy, a healthy shade of red
  • Flannacan: Refers to a ruddy or red-headed person, derived from Irish word Flann
  • Flannery: Refers to a person with red-colored locks
  • Flash: The display of a bright beam of light
  • Flavia: Literally means “Blond”, Comes from the Latin word ‘flavus’ meaning ‘golden and blonde’
  • Flavio: A blonde or golden-haired person
  • Flavius: A person with yellow-coloured tresses
  • Flechia: The happy times to remember
  • Fleet: Habitational name for residents of Fleet, Hampshire, Swift; rapid
  • Fleetwood: A locational surname for people living in Fleetwood, Lancashire
  • Fleming: Literally means ‘a man from Flanders’, a place in Belgium
  • Flemming: An ethnic name to refer to residers of Flanders in Belgium
  • Flerida: A cheerful and high-spirited woman
  • Fleta: A swift and nimble-footed person
  • Fletch: An arrow-smith by profession
  • Fletcher: A maker (and seller) of arrows
  • Fleurdelice: Lily flower
  • Fleurine: Flower
  • Flick: Good fortune and Prosperity
  • Flieur: Flower
  • Flint: A hard stone which produces sparks on rubbing, to make fire, a stream
  • Floarea: Romanic word for a blooming flower
  • Flodwig: A Dithematic name (linking two elements, mainly parent names)
  • Floke: Guardian of the people.
  • Floree: A flower, King Alain’s daughter as per the legends
  • Florena: A variation of the word ‘florence’ which means to flower
  • Florence: One which means to blossom and bloom
  • Florencia: A modification of the word ‘florence’ meaning to undergo blooming
  • Florene: A variant form of ‘florence’ to signify blooming or blossoming
  • Florens: It means ‘to flower’, prosperous being
  • Florentia: A tailored form of ‘Florence’ which means ‘to blossom’
  • Florentin: A variant of ‘Florentinus’ which means ‘to blossom’
  • Florentina: A version of Florentin, it means ‘blossoming’ or ‘flourishing’
  • Florentine: It means ‘to flower and bloom’, It refers to anything from the Italian city of Florence
  • Florenz: The word is French for ‘a flower or blossom’
  • Florenza: Florenz, it refers to ‘a flower’
  • Floretta: Made of ‘Flora’, it represents a flower
  • Flori: It means ‘to flower or to blossom’
  • Floria: A variant of Latin ‘Florence’ which refers to ‘flowering’
  • Floriana: A variation of ‘Florence’ which symbolizes ‘blossoming’
  • Floriane: The stage of blooming and comes from the Latin word ‘Florence’
  • Floriano: Italian variation of the name “Florian’ meaning ‘to flower or blossom’
  • Florica: It symbolises a flower
  • Florice: The name represents a blossom or flower
  • Florida: Essentially means a bloom or a flower, flowering Easter
  • Floride: Something flowery and ornate, blossoming
  • Florimel: Literally translates to a ‘honey flower’
  • Florina: Feminine version of the name Florin, this also represents a blossom
  • Florinda: A Goddess of Latin name ‘Flora’, it means ‘flowers’
  • Florine: A variation of Latin name ‘Flora’, this also symbolises ‘blossoms’
  • Florissa: A form of Latin word ‘Flora’, it means ‘like a flower’
  • Florita: an altered version of ‘Flora’, this represents a flower or blossom
  • Florrie: A diminutive of ‘Florence’, it represents the act of blossoming or blooming
  • Floryfel: The name means a flower or a bloom
  • Flossie: A name essenially means ‘flowering or blossoming’
  • Flower: As the name suggests, it represents ‘a bloom, blossom or flower’
  • Floy: A alteration of ‘Florence’, the name means ‘to flower or bloom’
  • Flur: Essentially, it means a flower or a bloom
  • Flurekin: Diminutive of Latin name ‘Florence’, it means ‘blossoming or flowering’
  • Fluri: Alteration of the name ‘Florence’ which represents the act of blooming
  • Flutura: A name refers to ‘a butterfly’
  • Flyn: It refers to someone with red hair
  • Flynn: It essentially means descendant of the red-haired ones
  • Flyta: Something which is fast and rapid, a variant of Fleta; swift
  • Fola: Glory and Prestige, the one who is honorable
  • Folade: The honor arrives.
  • Folake: One who is taken care with wealth.
  • Folami: Honor and respect me, is the one who spreads warmth and sparkle
  • Folaoluwashade: The wealth of God is my crown.
  • Folasade: Yoruba term meaning honor confers a crown.
  • Folashade: Honor bestows a crown.
  • Folusho: God cares, one who is always under God’s protection.
  • Fon: A noble and ready individual, patient
  • Fonda: Something intense and deep-rooted, profound
  • Fone: Variant of Celtic name ‘Fionn’ which means fair and white
  • Foram: A fragrance or a pleasant aroma
  • Forever: It essentially means something which is eternal and everlasting
  • Forouzan: A feminine name which means ‘shining and warm’
  • Forouzandah: A Quranic name which means a radiant person
  • Fortuna: It means Luck or chance, Name of mythological Roman goddess of Luck
  • Fortunata: Feminine version of ‘Fortunat’, it represents a lucky and blessed person
  • Fortuo: It translates to ‘good luck’, Also refers to a baby born on 20th of April
  • Fotina: Refers to someone who is free and uncontrolled
  • Fotini: Derived from old Greek name ‘Photine’, it means light or brilliance
  • Fotoula: A female version of ‘Fotis’, it means light or luminous
  • Fountain: Literally translates to a fountain or spring, derived from French word ‘Fontane’ or La

Christian Names Starting With F For Baby Girl

Feminine, timeless and sophisticated, Christian names starting with the letter “f” are truly unique. Your little girl will be a one-of-a-kind princess with one of these great names. From Faith to Fancy, find her name today.



Below is a list of our top Christian baby Girl names

FaelaOne who is beautiful like a daybreak
FaerieShe who is like a little fairy
FiraasPercipience; Highly insightful
FlaviaGirl with Golden Hair
FinaOne who shall add
FirozaTurquoise, a semi-precious stone
FredericaPeaceful Ruler
FifiThe Lord Raises
FilippinaLover of Horses
FerrynOne who enjoys adventure
FilomenaStrong Love
FernandaGirl in a Daring Adventure
FernFrom a Fern Plant
FedoraDivine Gift
FerihaHappy Girl
FatemahOne who Abstains
FawnA Baby Deer
FaraBeautiful One
FarrahBeautiful One
FaithFaith and Devotion

Foreign Names For Baby Girl

Our favorite baby names are from around the world. From Africa, to Asia, Europe and beyond, there is a wealth of inspiration for parents-to-be who want a name that sounds unique and different, but isn’t too obscure for other people to understand. You don’t need to be a name expert to know that some names are more appealing than others. The following popular baby girl names have been translated into different languages, so you can find one that fits your family’s heritage or background.

Every parent is looking for the right name for their baby. But in doing so, many go for names that aren’t popular for whatever reason. However, this is a costly mistake because you can’t change the name later.

We’ve all heard stories where parents name their child something that the child ends up growing up to hate it. How can you avoid that? Do some research and check out some popular international girl names to get better idea.

  • Tamanna – “Desire”
  • Bellita – “little beauty”
  • Ines – “chaste”
  • Carina – “beloved”
  • Solange – “religious”
  • Meital – “dewdrop”
  • Nava – “lovely”
  • Shira – “singing”
  • Munya – “Wish”
  • Esmaria – “emerald”
  • Malak – “Angel”
  • Ginara – “God is gracious”
  • Soraya – “Pleiades constellation”
  • Amaranta – “flower”
  • Maya – “dream”
  • Jocosa – “playful”
  • Dana – “Beautiful pearl”
  • Roselani – “heavenly rose”
  • Yara – “Strength”
  • Zaynab – “Fragrant flower”

In the past, some parents have named their child after celebrities or fictional characters. Sometimes the parents themselves will choose a name that is not typical. Other times they will choose a name that is not common at all.

Some parents are so overwhelmed with the task of naming their child, they opt for a one-word baby name. And although this has been a popular choice, it’s not always the best decision.

In many cultures around the world, a name is considered an important part of a child’s identity. Besides, it’s a good idea to avoid naming your child the same as their father, which might lead to confusion. So, what should the perfect baby’s name be? Let’s dive into the list of awesome international girl names.

International Baby Names

Here are some majestic and catchy international baby names:

  • Nasira – “Victorious”
  • Alba – “dawn”
  • Avivah – “spring”
  • Elitsa – “little fir tree”
  • Dina – “Love”
  • Zahra – “Beautiful”
  • Hermina – “messenger”
  • Heba – “Gift”
  • Sabah – “Morning”
  • Marya – “Radiant”
  • Adelita – “noble”
  • Kimeyah – “singing throat”
  • Chantal – “stone”
  • Malika – “Queen”
  • Kareemah – “generous”
  • Nadine – “Showered of blessings”
  • Vasanta – “spring”
  • Nour – “Light”
  • Fairouz – “Turquoise”
  • Naida – “water nymph”
International Baby Names

Foreign Baby Girl Names

A list of catchy foreign baby girls names is given below:

  • Nanea – “peaceful”
  • Yente – “royalty”
  • Dalal – “Coquettishness”
  • Aisha – “She who lives”
  • Meira – “light”
  • Shakira – “Thankful”
  • Dalia – “Slender branch”
  • Giada – “jade”
  • Saidah – “lucky”
  • Milagros – “miracle”
  • Mona – “Wish”
  • Nuha – “wisdom”
  • Nihal – “Joyous”
  • Zayn – “Beauty”
  • Samira – “loved”
  • Velora – “strong”
  • Bushra – “Good news”
  • Ibtisam – “Smile”
  • Dareen – “Beautiful flower”
  • Rohesia – “famous one”

Foreign girls names

Some of the most unique and fantastic foreign girls names:

  • Sherine – “Sweet”
  • Nada – “Generosity”
  • Qamar – “Moon”
  • Halina – “sunray”
  • Altagracia – “high grace”
  • Leilani – “flowers from heaven”
  • Corazon – “heart”
  • Yumna – “Goodness”
  • Njema – “good”
  • Elandra – “home by the sea”
  • Hala – “Aura”
  • Lilja – “lily”
  • Safiyah – “friend”
  • Katya – “pure”
  • Keyara – “cockatoo”
  • Otzara – “treasure”
  • Davitah – “cherished”
  • Rashida – “Righteous”
  • Amara – “grace”
  • Taj – “Crown”

Tips to Naming Your Babies

There are millions of baby names out there, and while most parents decide on a name and stick with it for the rest of their lives, there are some who wish the best for their future child, but don’t have a clue how to choose a name. These parents may be confused about why they can’t come up with a name for their baby, or they may have tried several times and have given up on the idea.

If you are considering giving your child a name, there are some things you should know:

1.     Pick the name you love, even if it is popular.

It is popular and you love it. Anything else you need to think upon? Nope. Go for it. If you want to give it uniqueness, think of a great middle name.

Here are some popular international girl names out there:

  • Ilona – “queen of the fairies”
  • Nawal – “Gift”
  • Ishani – “desire”
  • Cordula – “heart”
  • Zada – “fortunate”
  • Ime – “patience”
  • Yohana – “God is gracious”
  • Gidja – “god of the moon”
  • Layla – “Night”
  • Fitria – “natural”
  • Nesrine – “Wild rose”
  • Amina – “Honest”
  • Tala – “Palm tree”
  • Kamiko – “little goddess”
  • Akosia – “born on Sunday”
  • Elena – “torch”
  • Basma – “smile”
  • Sarai – “princess”
  • Iyabo – “like her mother”
  • Dalila – “gentle”

2.     Do not skip lovely international girl names even if they are unique, unusual, and different.

Sometimes, parents will not go for unusual, unique, and different baby names. They consider it weird. Let me tell you that being attractive and thought provoking is the game these days.

How would you like these international girl names:

  • Anisa – “friend”
  • Maha – “Beautiful eyes”
  • Nudara – “gold”
  • Nandita – “joy”
  • Dalila – “Guide”
  • Nuria – “bright”
  • Munira – “Luminous”
  • Lana – “Gentle”
  • Jumanah – “Silver Pearl”
  • Alethea – “truth”
  • Yusra – “Prosperity”
  • Chiara – “famous”
  • Godiva – “gift from God”
  • Bayan – “eloquence”
  • Nabila – “Noble”
  • Nevya – “snow”
  • Humiya – “history”
  • Alina – “bright”
  • Nadia – “Delicate”
  • Aaliyah – “exalted one”

3.     Be confident if you want to go toward personalized spellings for your baby’s name.

SURE. You should be confident when giving personalized spellings to your baby’s name. However, it is important that you do not make it weird. Adding or removing an alphabet would be enough here.

Try changing these baby names spellings into personalized ones:

  • Shante – “peaceful”
  • Sarah – “Joy”
  • Maya – “Graciousness”
  • Sadira – “lotus tree”
  • Freyde – “joy”
  • Iman – “Faith”
  • Arianna – “most holy”
  • Salma – “Safe”
  • Palladia – “wisdom”
  • Khadija – “Premature child”
  • Parthena – “pure”
  • Femi – “God loves me”
  • Ruqayya – “Spell”
  • Kalina – “flower”
  • Yasmin – “Jasmine”
  • Amal – “Hope”
  • Nura – “Filled with light”
  • Isla – “island”
  • Marwa – “Smooth white rock”
  • Marisol – “sea and sun”

4.     Crossing your favorite international girl names on the feedback on friends and family members.

Feedback is important. But it does not mean to listen to every other person’s opinion. You will hardly find international girl names that everybody would like. Therefore, get feedback but still know your choice.

Consider getting feedback on these baby names from your friends and family members:

  • Tajia – “crown”
  • Jamala – “friendly”
  • Shahd – “Pure honey”
  • Vincenza – “to conquer”
  • Khawla – “Dear”
  • Sajida – “Worshipper”
  • Elaxi – “she with bright eyes”
  • Tara – “Star”
  • Keilana – “calm”
  • Kamalei – “close to my heart”
  • Huyen – “jet black”
  • Neliah – “strong-willed”
  • Lina – “delicate”
  • Latifa – “Gentle”
  • Kabira – “noble”
  • Lalita – “playful”
  • Sahar – “Just before dawn”
  • Sofia – “wisdom”
  • Maysoon – “Beautiful face”
  • Jude – “Generosity”

5.     Do a little research and find what is out there.

Research is important step for the first-time parents as well for those who do not know what sort of names people pick. You will be all good once you do a little internet research. You will also be able to find some great international girl names that you might consider now or in the future.

Here are some common baby names examples to help you:

  • Karima – “Generous”
  • Saida – “Happy”
  • Aya – “Miracle”
  • Calithea – “beautiful”
  • Paradisa – “garden”
  • Mila – “dear”
  • Gia – “gracious”
  • Azora – “blue as the sky”
  • Arafa – “knowledgeable”
  • Sunniva – “gift from the Sun”
  • Johari – “jewel”
  • Isi – “deer”
  • Rosalba – “white rose”
  • Manara – “light”
  • Sabela – “God is my oath”
  • Qistina – “Justice”
  • Naila – “Achiever”
  • Iara – “little butterfly”
  • Eydís – “goddess of the island”
  • Ianthea – “violet flower”

6.     Consider names of the subsequent children.

Maybe, you are first time parents and figuring out some cool international girl name. It is a good idea to consider the names of subsequent children too.

  • Calliope – “beautiful voice”
  • Zorana – “dawn”
  • Naima – “Calm”
  • Ila – “friend”
  • Shani – “scarlet”
  • Dita – “fortune”
  • Lucia – “light”
  • Farida – “Unique”
  • Amaya – “the end”
  • Esperanza – “hope”
  • Leen – “Soft”
  • Rania – “Delightful”
  • Catira – “blonde”
  • Talia – “dew from God”
  • Amrita – “immortality”
  • Carminia – “poem”
  • Jamila – “Beautiful”
  • Melesa – “bee”
  • Farah – “Joy”
  • Arwa – “Fresh”

7.     Avoid names with bad meanings.

Baby names with bad meanings can be a cause of embarrassment for you and your kid. Be sure to know the meaning of the name you are gonna pick and be sure it is encouraging and positive.

Here are some of the cool international girl names with meanings:

  • Reem – “Gazelle”
  • Tamika – “child of the people”
  • Yara – “helper”
  • Rana – “Eye-catching”
  • Devica – “from God”
  • Orana – “welcome”
  • Loulia – “Small pearl”
  • Qadira – “Powerful”
  • Najat – “Savior”
  • Oriana – “gold”
  • Dubraska – “oak grove”
  • Hawa – “Eve”
  • Elqenna – “superior”
  • Gaia – “goddess of the earth”
  • Khari – “born ruler”
  • Kissa – “first-born daughter”
  • Palesa – “flower”
  • Amani – “Aspirations”
  • Shamira – “defender”
  • Kaimana – “diamond”

8.     Pick up good people names from history.

The name of person has effect on his/her personality, it is said. Maybe, that’s the reason why people choose names from history. You can consider this as well. I am sure you have heard about many legends from the past. I bet you’d find some awesome and useable international girl names if you look into it.

  • Sakina – “peace”
  • Damara – “gentle”
  • Nehara – “light”
  • Kidist – “blessed by God”
  • Layla – “born at night”
  • Shams – “Sun”
  • Giulia – “young”
  • Kanani – “beautiful one”
  • Neziha – “Honest”
  • Allegra – “cheerful”
  • Tamara – “Date tree”
  • Fanaka – “prosperous”
  • Ginevra – “white phantom”
  • Exótica – “exotic”
  • Wafaa – “Loyalty”
  • Lara – “Shining”
  • Katka – “pure”
  • Asmara – “love”
  • Hanifa – “True believer”
  • Elvire – “truth”
  • Chabela – “God is my oath”
  • Rahima – “Merciful”
  • Adina – “delicate”
  • Imani – “faith”
  • Safiyah – “Pure”
  • Nicte – “flower”
  • Aaliyah – “Exalted”
  • Alinafe – “He is with us”
  • Amira – “Princess”
  • Rabiah – “gentle wind”
  • Lilou – “llily”
  • Rihanna – “good scent”
  • Nahla – “water in the desert”
  • Zeina – “Ornament”
  • Narissara – “smart woman”
  • Janita – “God is gracious”
  • Halima – “Gentle”
  • Ziva – “radiant”
  • Nafuna – “born feet-first”
  • Oma – “Thriving”
  • Samar – “Fruit”

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