On the journey to motherhood, one of the greatest adventures is picking a meaningful name for the baby. There are so many to choose from! Finding a name that is unique, has significance, and sounds nice can seem challenging. But don't fret, because we have several multi-origin names that meet all the criteria on the list. These names have multiple meanings across various languages, are easy to pronounce, and pleasant to hear. These multi-origin names add a touch of exclusivity. They are out of the box, and their meaning can be interpreted in multiple ways. To give you an idea of how absolutely enchanting multi-origin names are, here is a collection of 17 Multi-origin names you can give to your baby girl.
17 Multi-Origin Names For A Baby Girl
- In Sanskrit, Suri embodies wisdom. It also means goddess, a thinker, a sage, and the institutor of sacrifice as well.
- In Persian, Suri symbolises a beautiful red rose.
- In French, Zuri means pure.
- In Swahili, Zuri is usually assigned to girls because it means beautiful.
Suki is a short, and meaningful name for a girl.
- In Japanese, Suki is defined as beloved.
- In Hebrew, Suki or Sukie translates to a pretty Lily.
- In Sanskrit, it means merriness.
-It’s Finnish interpretation is 'bringer of light'.
- It roughly translates to 'from a strong place' in Scottish Gaelic.
- Aila is also a Turkish variation of the name Ayla, meaning Halo.
- Its Hebrew variation is Eilah which translates to 'an oak tree'.
Zoya is fun, trendy, and has a melody to it.
-In Persian, Zoya signifies beauty.
-While in Russian Zoya's represents Life.
Yes, Charmin does sound like charming in English, but it has a deep meaning in Sanskrit. A variation of this Indian name for females also has a French variation.
-In Sanskrit, Charmin is symbolic of Lord Shiva. It is derived from Charmi which means charm and leather in Sanskrit.
- In Greek, Charmian, a variation of Charmin, means delightful.
-In French, Charmine, means a song.
Lola is a very popular feminine name worldwide. Partly, because of Looney Tunes character Lola bunny.
-In Spanish it means sorrow or sorrowful.
- While in Sanskrit, it signifies the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi.
Although the word finds its roots in Persian, it also finds meaning in several other languages.
-In Persian, it’s a popular name for girls meaning alchemy.
-In Sanskrit it means miracle.
-In Hebrew, Sia means helper.
-In Swedish Sia stands for triumph and prophesy.
-In Scottish, Sia represents the number six.
-In Persian, Sia is the 'bringer of joy'.
- While the name's Arabic variation, Zia, signifies light, illumination, or glow.
Kora is a sweet name for girls.
-In English and Greek Kora means a maiden.
- While in Hebrew, Korah means bald or ice.
Lia is an adorable name for a girl.
-In Greek, Hebrew, Italian, and Spanish, Lia means “bringer of good news”.
-While, Liana, a variation of Lia symbolizes the Sun in English and Latin.
-Another variation of Lia, Liane, also means Lily in French.
Nusa is a unique, short, wonderful name for a girl.
-In Hungarian it means grace.
-In Russian, Nusa has a variation called Nyusha which means pure.
Aleka is a unique name for girls.
-In Greek, Aleka means 'defender of mankind'.
- Similarly, in Hawaiian, it means 'the protector'.
-While in Sanskrit, Aleka is a beautiful picture or a painting.
Ria is a cute name.
-In English, it means a singer.
-In Spanish Ria represents a river.
-While in Sanskrit, Ria symbolizes Goddess Lakshmi.
Sana is a simple name.
-In Urdu, Sana means resplendence, brilliance, and 'to gaze'.
- Sanaa signifies art in Swahili.
-In Welsh, Shana is Sana's moniker which means 'God is gracious'.
-In English, Edie is a girl's name which means happy warfare, spoils of war, as well as wealthy.
-In Albainain, however, Edi is a name for a boy which means 'guardian of prosperity'.
-While in Sanskrit Edi means sheep.
The name Lena has the air of a strong woman about it.
-In means 'woman from Magdala' in English.
-It represents light in Greek.
-However, among the Native Americans, Lena is a name given to boys and it means flute for the Hopi.
-It means judgment in English and Persian.
- In Hebrew and Spanish Dina means avenged, vindicated.
-While in Russian it means heavenly and divine.
-Dinah is a variation of Dina which means avenged, vindicated, judgement in Hebrew and English.
As a parent, we are the ones tasked with the responsibility of picking a name that will embody something special for our child. We all feel the pressure to pick the perfect name; which is why multi-origin baby names are diverse, exotic, simple to pronounce, yet complex in their significance.
Does your child have a multi-origin name? If so, and if you don’t mind sharing, what is it and what is its meaning?
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