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ŽENSKÁ Orientální jména v aj

30. 8. 2007

1) ženská jména: následující ženská jména nejsou pochopitelně jen jména tanečnic, přesto by ale neměl tento seznam obsahovat jména s čistě náboženským významem,ale přijatelnější varianty, vhodné pro tanečnice. Některá ženská jména možná najdete uváděná  v seznamu mužských jmen s obměněnou koncovkou.

A ještě nápověda k zkratkám u jmen:A=Arabská, B=Biblická, E= Eygptská, F=Africká, G= Řecká,H= Židovská/Israeli, I=Indie, M=Muslimská-rodová, NA-původem americká, P=Perská, R= Romanská/cikánská, T=Turecká

A

Aaminah (ah-MEE-nah)
M = lady of peace and harmony
Aanisah/Anisa (ah-NEE-sah)
M = pious(uctivá,zbožná, svatá)-hearted lady; good-natured
Aasiyah (ah-SEE-yah)
M = 1) mansion(panství) with good foundation, 2) queen with a powerful dynasty
Abda
M = slave girl, espc. A black slave girl (otrokyně)
Adena (ah-dee-nah)
G, H Noble, adorned (form of Adriana) (nazdobený)
Adilah
M = "one who deals justly" (ten kdo jedná správně, oprávněně)
Adira
H = mighty/strong (mocný,úžasný)
Adrienne/Adrea/Daria
French ver. Of Greek "girl from adira"
Afsana (ahf-SAH-nah)
P= tale/story
Ahava (ah-hah-vah)
H =beloved
Aisha - (ah-EE-shah)
F-Swahili/A = 1) life, alive, 2) Muhammed's chief wife
Alena
H = russian form of Helen
Alika (ah-lee-kah)
F-swahili = most beautiful
Almas (ahl-mas)
M-diamond
Amara (ahm-AHR-ah)
F- 1) Abyssinian legend= "paradise", 2) Kiswahili= urgent news 3) G = eternally beautiful
Ameenah/Amina (ah-MEE-nah)
M = Trustworthy; faithful, honest; trustful, honest, 2) Mohammed's mother
Amira
M = princess, ruler, H = speech, words
Anadil (an-nah-dil)
A-nightingales (-slavík)
Andalee
M = nightingale
Aneesh (ah-neesh)
M = companion, affectionate friend; name of a sahaabi
Annakiya (ah-nah-KEE-yah)
F- Housa= Sweet face
Anjum (ahn-joom)
M = plural of najm. Stars
Anthea
G = flowery
Aquilah
M = intelligent
Arda/Ardah
H = bronzed, also the month of "Adar" (Feb-March)
Arella (ah-rehl-lah)
H = angel, messenger
Ariel/ariela/Ariella/Ariel
H = lioness of God
Ashaki (ah-SHAH-kee)
F- W. African= beautiful
Ashia (ash-EE-uh)
F- Somali=Mohammed's favorite wife
Ashira
H = wealthy (zámožná)
Asma
M = beautiful
Atira/Aatira (ah-teer-ah)
M = of good fragrance; connoisseur of fragrances (znalkyně vůní)
Atiya
M = gift, present
Aviva
H = spring
Avivit
H = lilac
Ayana (ah-HAYN-ah)
F-Ethiopian= beautiful flower
Aymelek (aay-meh-lek)
T= moon angel
Ayperi (aay-peh-ree)
T= moon fairy
Aysel
T = moonlike
Azah
H = strong, bright
Azima/Azeemah (uh-Zee-mah)
M = great, dignified (důstojná)
Aziza/Azeezah (ah-ZEE-zuh)
A, F-Kiswahili= precious, Somali=gorgeous, H= strong M = dear, respected, esteemed; precous, rare, powerful
Azhar (ahz-hahr)
A=Flowers

B

Bahijah
M = joyful, delightful, happy
Bahirah
M = brilliant, splendid
Basheera
M = good news
Basimah
M = smiling one
Benazir (bee-nah-zeer)
P= "the like of whom was never seen"
Bilquees
M = Queen of Sheba (biblical)
Binnaz (BEE-naz)
T= "a thousand blandishments", i.e. charming

C

Caasi
H = Jewish variant of Catherine or Cassandra
Callista/Kallista
G = most beautiful
Candace/Candide
G = white-hot fire, incandescent
Carissa/Karissa
G = beloved
Celina/Celeste
Jewish = from the latin "Heavenly"
Charis (char-is)
G = grace, kindess
Charo
H = form of Caroline
Civia/Tzevi
H = a deer
Coral
G = the precious stone coral
Crystal/Chrystal
G = clear, brilliant gleam

D

Daima
T = always
Dalia
H = 1)a branch, 2) to draw water
Dana
Latin = bright as day, H = to judge
Daphne
G = laurel or bay tree
Dara/Dahra
H = compassionate
Daria
G = feminine form of Dairus (G = wealthy)
Daya/Dayeah
H = a bird
Defne
T = laurel
Deka (DEH-ka)
F-Somali= one who pleases
Delia
Latin = an inhabitant of Delow, birthplace of Artemis & Apollo
Delila/Delilah
H = 1) poor, 2) hair
Dena/Dinah
H = judgement
Deniz
T = sea
Devra
H = var. Form of Deborah , 2) a bee
Dilber
T = beautiful, attractive
Dilek
T = wish, desire
Dilshad (deel-shad)
P= "of happy heart"
Dincer
T = lively, brisk
Dione/Dionne
G = form of latin name "Diana"
Ditza/Ditzah
H = joy
Dolunay
T = full moon
Duha
M = forenoon
Dunya (duhn-yah)
M= world; T (Dnya)
Durrdana (door-DAH-nah)
P= pearl or Durrah M = pearl
Durrishahwar
M = royal pearl
Durriyyah
M = brilliant, glittering

E

Ebediyet
T = eternity
Ebru
T = marbling (as on paper decoration)
Edibe
T = writer
Electra
G = the shining one
Elmas
T = diamond
Emel
T = ambition
Emine
T = confident
Eris
T (no special meaning)
Esma/Esmer
T = brunette
Eshe (AY-shay)
F-Swahili = life
Etana
H = strong
Eve also Ive (EEV-ah)
F-Kiswahili= to ripen, also Chava (hah-vah) H=life
Evona
H = var. Form of Yvonne or Evonne

F

Faaria
M = tall, pretty
Faghira
M = Jamine flower
Farhannah (fahr-HAH-nah)
M = glad, joyful
Fahima
M =intelligent, disarming (odzbrojující)
Farah
M =joy, cheerful
Farida/Fareeda (fah-ree-dah)
P= incomparable beauty, M= unique, singular, precous
Fatima/Faatimah (FAH-tee-mah)
M = "baby girl who is weaned", wife of Ali
Fatin
M = fascinating, charming
Fikriyyah
M = meditative
Filiz
T = bud, sprout (pučící)
Firuze
T = turquoise

G

Gabi
H = pet form of Gabriela, "God is my strength", name of an angel
Galiah
H = wave
Geela (gee-lah)
H = joyful (fem. form of Gil)
Ghazala/Ghazaalah (ghah-zah-lah)
P= gazelle, i.e. graceful; the sun
Gia
Jewish = pet form of Regina, "queen"
Gulbadan (GOOL-bah-dan)
P= rose-body
Gulbahar (GOOL-ba-haar)
T= rose spring
Gulbarg (GOOL-bargh)
P= rose-petal
Guldali (GOOL-dah-lee)
T= rose twig
Gulfiliz (GOOL-feh-leez)
T= rose sprout
Gulgzel
T = Rose-beauty
Gul-i rana (GOOL-ee-rahna)
P= lovely rose
Gulnar
M = Pomegranate flower
Gulperi (GOOL-peh-ree)
T= rose fairy
Gulrang (GOOL-rahng)
P= rose-coloured
Gulrukh (GOOL-rookh), also Gulru, Gul'adhar
P= rose face
Guls/Gls
T = laugh
Gulseren (GOOL-seh-ren)
T= spreading roses
Gulshan (GOOL-shan), Gulistan (GOOL-ees-tan)
P= rose garden

H

Habibah
M = darling, beloved
Hadara/Hadarah (hah-dah-rah)
H = adorned with beauty, splendid
Hadassah (hah-das-sah)
H = myrtle tree, symbol of victory
Hadiyah
M = gift, valuable person
Hafiza
T = memory
Hafsa
M = cub, young lioness
Halima/Haleemah (hah-LEE-mah)
M = lady of patience and perserverance
Hana
M = happiness, peace of mind
Hanifah
M = true, upright
Hanife
T = lady
Huraiva
M = kitten
Harika
T = marvelous, wonderful
Huriye
P = "like a Houri", i.e. maiden of paradise
Hasina/Hasseenah (hah-SEE-nah)
F-Swahili= good, M = beautiful lady w/attractive face
Hayal
T = dream
Hazine
T = treasure
Hilal
T = crescent
Hulya/Hlya
T = daydream

I

Ilanah
H = tree
Ihsan
M = charity
Inas
M = well-mannered
Inci
T = pearl
Iona
G = purple colored jewel
Ipek
T = silk
Iris
T = iris flower

J

Jael
H =1) mountain goat, 2) to descend
Jahan (jah-HAN)
P= world, Jahanara P= world adorning
Jale (jah-leh)
P= dew-drop
Jalilah
M = great, exalted
Jamila/Jameelah (jah-MEE-lah)
M= beautiful, elegant
Jannah/Jannat
M = heaven, garden
Jemina (jeh-meen-ah)
H = dove. Also Jonina, Jonita.
Jessenia
A = flower
Jini (JEE-nee)
F=Kiswahili= a genie
Johari (joh-HAHR-ee)
F=Kiswahili= jewel
Jumanah
M = pearl
Jwahir (jeh-WAH-hair)
F-Somali= golden woman
Jawahir (jah-WAH-hair)/Jawharrah, also Jauhar/Gauhar
M= jewels

K

Kadife
T = velvet
Kadri/Kadriya
T = Kader/destiny
Kanwal
M = water lily
Kaela (kay-ehl-lah)
A, H short form of Kalila, Kelila
Kahina (kah-HEE-nah)
F-Berber leader, prophetess and warrior princess. Died in Tunisia AD.703
Kahire (kah-heer-eh)
T = city of Cairo
Kala/Cala
A = fortress, castle, also listed as a Buddhist saint's name (if pronounced cha-lah)
Kardelen
T = snowdrop (flower)
Kartane
T = snowflake
Kasia/Kassia
Jewish/Polish = form of Catherine
Kayra
T (no special meaning)
Kelia/Kayla
H = crown, laurel
Khalida
M = immortal; surviving/alive
Khawala
M = servant, dancer
Kamila/Kaamilah (kah-MEE-lah)
M = complete, perfect
Kamaria (kah-mah-REE-ah)
F-Swahili, Somali= like the moon
Kamra (kam-rah)
M=Moon
Karima/Kareemah (kah-ree-mah)
M = generous lady, bountiful; something invaluable
Khadija OR Kadija (kah-dee-YAH)
M= Mohammed's first wife, means "born prematurely"
Kirvi (keer-VEE)
R-Am Gypsy = godmother
Kralice
T = queen

L

Lale
T = tulip
Larisa/Larissa
Latin = cheerful
Lateefah/Latifa (lah-TEE-fah)
F-N. Africa= pleasant, gentle, good humor
Layla / Leyli
F=Swahili (ligh-LAH) A/P = (Leh-lah) Famous beauty in Leyla & Majnun, 2) night. Also Leilah (leh-lah) P= having dark hair
Leda
G = mythology, a spartan queen, mother of Helen of Troy
Leorah
H = light to me
Levana (leh-vahn-ah)
H = moon
Levona
H = spice, incense(vonná směs), usually white in color
Leylak
T = lilac
Lina/Liynaa
M = tender
Lubina
M = flexible
LuuLuu
M = Jewel-like, pearl

M

Mahaila
Indian 1) var form of Arabic "Mahala", i.e. "Fat, bone or marrow", 2) also var. Form of Mahola H = dance
Mahasin
M = "how beautiful"
Mahin (mah-HEEN)
P= related to the moon
Mahirimah (mah-heer-eh-mah)
P= Sun-Moon, i.e. very beautiful
Mahliqa (mah-lee-kah)
P, Mehlika (meh-lee-kah) T, = moonlike
Mahsati (mah-SAH-tee)
P= moon lady
Mahasti (mah-HAS-tee)
P= "You are a moon"
Mahira (mah-heer-ah)
H = energetic
Mahtab (mah-taab)
P= moonlight
Maia
G = mythology: daughter of Atlas, Mother of Hermes
Majidah
M = powerful, noble
Manolya
T = magnolia
Malha
H = queen
Marika
Jewish = Slavic form of Mary
Marilla
H = form of "Mary"
Marinna/Marina/Rina/Marna/Marisa
Jewish = from the Latin "marius" the sea
Marjanna
P = coral
Marjani (mahr-JAH-nee)
F-Swahili= coral, Kiswahili=red coral
Maisha (mah-EE-shah)
F-Kiswahili= life
Malaika (mah-LAH-EE-kah)
F-Kiswahili= Angel
Malkia (MAHL-kee-yah)
F-Kiswahili= Queen, also H- Malka (mal-kah), M-Malika
Manishie
R-Scot/Eng Gypsy = woman, wife
Manzuma
E = poem or song
Mariyah (maar-ee-YAH)
M = lady with fair complexion
Maryam (maar-ee-yam)/Maryum
M = famous lady- mother of Sayyidona Esaa
Mavis
T = blonde
Mazana
H = an invented name from the Hebrew word for amazing
Mehira
H = from "mahir", speedy or energetic
Mehtap
T = moonlight
Melanie
G = "from "Melas", i.e. black
Melani
T (no special meaning)
Melek/Melik
T = angel (see also Malika)
Melina
G = "melos" a song
Melissa
G = a bee, from "meli" honey
Meltem
T = breeze
Menekse
T = violet (flower)
Mercan
T = coral
Merhamet
T = mercy
Merla/Merle
From Latin/French = a bird
Mersin
T = myrtle (myrta)
Meryem
T = form of Maryam/Miriam
Mia/Michaela
H = "who is like God?"
Milena
from old High German/Jewish = "milo" mild, peaceful
Mine (mee-neh)
T = enamel (glazura)
Minnetar
T = grateful
Minnet
T = gratitude
Mirit
H = sweet wine
Meira (meh-eh-rah)
H = light, connotation of sharing one's light with others
Melantha
G = dark flower
Melita
G = honey bee (form of "Melissa)
Meral (meh-rahl)
T= gazelle
Mira/Mirra
= short form of Miriam/Miranda, Latin = "strong, wonderful"
Mirella/Mirabella
Latin = of great geauty
Miriam (MAR-ee-um)
M, F-Ethiopian= the biblical "Mary"
Moira/Moriae
G = mythology "goddess of destiny/fate"
Molara
- Basque, form of "Mary"
Morgan
Welsh = sea dweller (mořský obyvatel:)
Moyna
Celtic = gentle, soft
Muneerah (moo-neer-ah)
M = brilliant, shining, something that reflects light
Musherrah
M = counselor
Mushtaree
M = Jupiter, planet

N

Naadirah/Nadira (nah-DEER-ah)
M = rare, choice, precious, fem. Of "nadir", lowest point in English
Naia/Naiad
G = to flow/i.e. water
Nalani
Hawaiian = calmness of the heavens
Nawaar
M = blossom, flower
Nabila/Nabeelah (nah-BEE-lah)
M-Egyptian= Noble
Nadhirrah (nahd-heer-ah)
M = bright face with lustre & noor; healthy & happy
Nadima (nah-DEE-mah)
M = companion, friend
Nadhiyah
M = lively, pretty
Nafeesah (nah-fee-sah)
M = refined, pure, exquisite (nádherná)
Nageena
M = gem,(drahokam,perla,skvost) pearl
Nahid
P = name for Venus, goddess of love in mythology
Na'ilah
M = one who obtains favor
Nagmah (nag-mah)
M = melody, song
Na'imah
M = blessing, happiness
Najah
M = safe, rescued, delivered
Najibah
M = high-born, excellent
Najida/Naajidah (nah-jee-dah)
M = courageous; one who accomp. difficult tasks
Najiyyah
M = friendly, affectionate
Najla
M = "has beautiful, wide eyes"
Naranj (nah-ranj)
P= orange/citrus fruit
Naja (HAH-jah)
M, F-Somalia= success
Najma/Najmah (NAJ-mah)
A= Star
Nane (nah-neh)
T = mint
Nara
Celtic = happy
Nargis
M = Narcissis Flower
Narin
T = delicate
Naseelah (nah-SEE-lah)
M = zephry; fragrant or cool breeze
Nasirah (nah-seer-ah?)
M = helper; aide, assistant
Nasreen (nahs-REEN)
M = white rose, jerico rose; joniquil
Nasya
H = miracle
Nava/Navit
H = beautiful
Nayer
P/Jewish = sunshine
Nazima
M = poetess, matron
Nazirah
M = leader, vanguard
Nazmiye
T = poem (nazim)
Navah
H = beautiful
Nayyirah
M = luminous, shining, brilliant
Nawal (nah-WAHL)
M, F-N. Africa= gift, attainment
Najlah
M = delicate feminine
Nazli (nahz-lee) or Nazi (nah-zee)
P= coquettish
Neelam
M = blue gem, precious stone
Nefes
T = breath
Nefsi/Nefis
T = wonderful
Nehan/Neslihan
T = happy lady
Nehayat
T = end, final
Neimah
H = pleasant
Nelofar
M = lotus, water lily
Nena
M = motherly
Nergis
T = daffodil
Nerita
G = sea snail
Nese
T = joy
Nila/Nyla
Egyptian = An ancient Egyptian princess/ the river Nile/Egyptian
Nilfer
T = water lilly/lotus
Nissa/Nyssa (NEE-sah)
H = sign, emblem G = beginning
Nisaa (nee-SAH)
M = women; "she that makes men forget"
Nitzah/Nizah
H = flower bud
Noelani
Hawaiian = a princess, means "beautiful one from heaven"
Nuha
M = wisdom, prudence
Nura
M = flower, blossom
Nuray
T = moonlight
Nureen
A/Jewish = light
Nurhan
T = bright lady
Nysa/Nyssa
G = the goal

O

Odella/Odele
G = melody/song
Ofra (OH-frah)
F-Mandinka= moon, H = kid or young goat
Ohelah
H = tent
Orah/Ora
H = light
Oralee
H = my light
Oriana/Oria
Jewish/ Latin = "oriens" meaning orient or the East
Orial
Old French/Latin = gold
Orli
H = "light is mine"
Ornah
H = pine

P

Parijan (par-ee-jahn)
P= fair soul
Parikhan (par-ee-khan)
P= fairy queen
Parvaneh/Parvane (pahr-van-EH)/Parvana
P = butterfly, T = night moth (regular butterfly is Kelebek)
Parvin (par-veen)
P= cluster of stars, Pleiades
Pazia/Paz
H = golden
Penda (PEHN-dah)
F-Swahili= beloved, Kiswahili= "to love"
Peninah
H = Pearl or coral
Perizad (per-ee-ZAHD) also Perizada,
P=born of the fairies
Phedre
G = "the shining one"
Phemia
G = voice, speech
Phila
G = love
Philana
G = lover of mankind
Pinar
T = fountain, spring
Pisliskurja
R-Bosnian gypsy = "darling"

Q

Qamar (kah-mahr)/Qamarah
M = the moon

R

Rabie
T = goddess
Rabiyah
M = garden, spring
Rafiqa
M = sweetheart, companion
Rafiyyah
M = high, lifting up
Rahibe
T = nun
Rajaa
M = hope
Rakhshanda
M = shining, brilliant
Ranaa
M = to look
Ra'naa (RAH-uh-nah?)
M = lovely, beautiful, graceful, delicate
Radhiya (rahd-HEE-yah)
M F-Swahili= agreeable, contented
Radhiyyah (rahd-hee-YAH)
M = pleased, contented, delighted
Ra'eesah (rah-EE-sah)
M = leader, princess, noble, a wealthy lady
Rafiqa
M = sweetheart, companion
Raheemah (rahd-HEE-mah)
M = kind, affectionate
Raihaanah (ra-ee-HAH-nah)
M = bouquet of flowers, sweet-smelling flower
Raisa/Raissa/Raizel/Rayzel/Razil
Jewish-Yiddish = rose
Rajeeyah
M = hoping, full of hope
Rakhshanda
M = shining, brilliant
Ramah
H = high
Ramla (rahm-lah)
F-Swahili= fortuneteller or prophet
Rana (rah-nah)
F-Kiswahili= happiness, rest
Rananah
H = fresh
Rani/Rane
H = my joy
Rashida
M = intelligent
Rashieka/Rashiqa (ruh-SHIH-kah)
A = descended from Royalty
Raushanah/Roshannah
M = skylight, bright
Rawnie
R-Gypsy = fine lady, i.e. non-gypsy
Rawiyah
M = narrator, storyteller
Rayah/Raya
H = friend
Rayyah
M = aroma, fragrance
Razi
A = my secret
Raziya (rah-ZEE-yah)
F-Swahili= sweet, agreeable
Rehena (reh-HAY-nah)
F-Swahili= compassion, Kiswahili= mercy
Renana
H = joy, song
Reshmaan
M = silky, of silk
Riesa
H = form of Thesesa
Rimona/ Rominah
H = pomegranate
Rina/Reena/Rinnah/Roni/ronit
H = song, joy
Rishona
H = first
Roni
H = my joy
Rukshana (Rook-SHAH-nah)
Russian variation of Roxanne, Sulieman's wife.
Rya
T = dream

S

Saahirah/Sahira (sah-HEER-ah)
M = earth, moon, spring which flows constantly
Saar-rah (sahr-RAH ) not "sarah"
M = lady who charming manner brings joy
Saba (SAH-bah)
F-Kiswahili= the # 7, pron . (sah-BAH) M=morning
Sabba
M = eastern wind, zephr
Sabbirah
M = patient, enduring
Sabeehah (sah-BEE-hah)
M = beautiful, handsome; lady w/fair complexion
Sabina/Savine/Savina
Latin "of the Sabines", an ancient tribe
Sabra
H = thorny cactus, 2) those born in modern Israel
Sabreen
M = patient
Sadiqah
M = truthful, sincere
Sadira
P = lotus tree
Sadiya/Sadya/Sa'diyya
A = lucky, good fortune
Sagheerah (sag-HEER-ah)
M = small, slender; tender
Sa'diyah (SAH-dee-yah?)
M = good fortune, happiness, blessed
Safi (sah-fee)/Safaa/Saffiyah
M, F-Kiswahili= clean, pure
Safira/Saphira/Sephira
H = form of sapphire
Sakinah
M = tranquility, calmness
Salihah
M = virtuous, upright
Salima/Saleemah (sah-LEE-mah)
M= safe from harm; mild, healthy, without defect
Salena/Salina
Latin = soft
Samaah
M = generousity
Samara
Latin = seed of the elm
Samia (sah-MEE-ah)
M= noble, lofty
Samina (sah-MEEN-ah)
M = healthy girl; fertile land without rock and stone; also fatty, or plump
Samira/Sameerah (sah-MEER-ah)
M = one who narrates stories in the night/ story teller/entertainer
Samiyah
M = elevated, lofty
Sanobar
M = pine tree
Sara
T = epilepsy; H = (Sarai/Sarah/Saretta/Sarina) = princess, noble
Sarafina (sehr-uh-FEE-nah)
H= ardent, like the angel who protects god's throne
Saree/Sarita
H = form of Sarah
Sauda
M = "black"
Sefa
T = pleasure
Segulah
H = treasure
Seher
T = dawn
Selma
T (no special meaning)
Selvi
T = cypress
Serap
T = mirage
Sevda
T = love, passion
Sevgi
T = love
Sevgili
T = darling
Sevinc
T = joy, delight
Seyyal
T = traveller
Sezen
T = feeling, suspicion
Shabanna
M = belonging to night, 2) young lady
Shabibah
M = youthful
Shabnam
M = dew
Shadiyah
M = singer
Shaheena
M = falconess
Shana/Shaina (SHAY-nah)
Yiddish = beautiful
Sheena
= Gaelic form of Jane
Shariykah
M = companion, partner
Selena/Celena
G = moon, like Selene the moon gooddess
Selima (seh-LEE-mah)
M, H= Peace
Shaia
R-Basque Gypsy = sister, also "tchaia"= young girl
Shaina/Shayna
H-Yiddish = beautiful
Shakarnaz (shah-kar-nahz)
P= sugar
Shakeelah (shah-KEE-lah)
M = comely, beautiful, well-formed, well-shaped
Shakira/Shaakirah (shah-KEER-ah)
M = grateful, contented
Shakufa (shah-KOO-fah)
P=opening bud
Shala/shahlaa (shah-LAH)
M = having grey eyes w/shade of red; species of Nacissis flower; also Shahla - Afghani = beautiful eyes
Shamaamah (shah-mah-mah)
M = fragrance of sent of itr (perfume)
Shameela/Shameelah
M = quality, character; young shoot, a bud
Shameena/Shamina (shah-MEE-nah)
M = fragrant, sweet-smelling scent; sweet breeze
Shamoodah (sha-moo-dah)
M = diamond, i.e. brillance, lustre
Shamsa (SHAM-sah)
P= Sun, feminine ending. Shamsha I= Sun
Shani (SHAH-nee)
F-Swahili= marvelous, Kiswahili = unusual thing/adventure
Shara/Sharna/Sharonda/Sharrona
H = form of Sharon
Sharifa/Shareefah (shah-REE-fah)
M= noble, gentle, urbane
Shazadi (shah-ZAH-dee)
P= princess
Shey
R-Am Gypsy = pre-puberty gypsy girl
Shebari
R-Am Gypsy = gypsy girl of marriageable age; bride
Shiri/Shirilee (sheer-ee-lee)
H = my song
Shirin (sheer-IN)
P=sweet, a legendary beauty
Shula/Shu'la
A = flaming, bright
Siddiqah
M = "one who keeps her word"
Sidona
H = enticing
Sidra
M = religious "lote-tree at the fartherest border of paradise"
Sigliah
H = violet
Sivia/Sivya
H = a deer
Songl
T = last rose
Soraya, Suraya (Soh-rai-yah)
P= Star, Pleiades constellation; Princess
Surayyah
M = free of worry; happy
Souzan
P = burning, fire
Suad
M = good fortune
Suhailah (soo-HAY-lah)
M = canopy, tent, marquee
Sura
T (no special meaning)

T

Tabitha
G/Aramic = roe, a gazelle
Tahmina (tah-MEE-nah)
P=Rustam's wife in famous poem
Tahira/Tahirah (tah-HEER-ah)
M = pure, chaste, pious, clean
Tahiyyah
M = greeting, cheer
Tajah
M = crown
Talia
H = dew
Taliah
H = lamkin
Talibah
M = seeker of knowledge
Talor/Talora
H = dew of the morning
Talya
T (no special meaning)
Tamar/Tamara/Tamarah( H) Tamra (tam-rah)
P= date (fruit) yeilding palm tree
Tania
Russian = the fairy queen
Taslimah
M = salutation, peace
Tavi/Tavita
H = fem. form of David, i.e. "Beloved"
Temirah
H = tall, erect, "like a palm"
Tayyibah (tah-YEE-bah)
M = good, sweet, agreeable, pure, chaste; "halaal"
Tarana
(tuh-rah-nuh) P= melody
Thalia
G = to flourish, to bloom
Thurrayya
M = star; the Pleiades
Timora
H = tall (as the palm tree)
Tikvah
H = hope
Tira
H = encampment/enclosure
Tirza/Tirzha/Tirsa
H = pleasant
Tomris
T (no special meaning)
Tova/Tovah
H = good
Tuhfah
M = present, gift
Tzafrirah (zah-freer-ah)
H = morning zephr

U

Uhuru (oo-HOO-ru)
F-Kiswahili= freedom

X

Xenia/Ximena
= from the Greek "Xenia", hospitality to a stranger

Y

Yalanda
G = form of Yolanda (violet flower)
Yaminah
M = right hand
Yasmin (YAHS-min) or (yahs-MEEN)
M= Jasmine, sym. Friendliness
Yegane (yeh-gah-nee)
P= incomparable beauty
Yeira
H = light (see also Meira)
Yemina
H = right hand
Yesim
T = jade
Yildiz
T = star
Yoninah
H = little dove
Yosefa/Yosifa
A = feminine of Joseph/Yosef

Z

Zabrina
H = form of Sabrina
Zahira/Zaahirah (zah-hee-rah)
M = blooming flower; of bright & lovely color; lofty
Zahra/Zahrah (ZAH-rah) or Zahara
M= flower
Zaib (zah-eeb)/Zainab
M = beautiful tree exuding fragrance; elder daughter of Rasoolulah
Zambak
T = lily
Zaraa' (zah-RAH)
M = beautiful; the Lady of Jannah
Zahavah
H = golden
Zakiyah (zah-KEE-yah)
M = lady of keen perception and sharp mind
Zalika (zah-LEE-kah)
F-Swahili= well-born
Zareen
M = golden, gold
Zarifah
M = graceful; T Zarifa/Zarifet = also code for "gay" in Ottoman times
Zayn
M = beautiful, graceful
Zeenat (zee-naht)
M = beauty, elegance, adornment
Zel
T = private, special
Zlem
T = longing, yearning
Zemirah
H = song of joy; hospitable
Zeinab (ZAY-nab)
F-Somali = good
Zena (ZAH-nah)
F-Ethiopian= Fame, P= woman, H= stranger (see Xenia)
Zikiya (zah-KEE-yah)
F-Swahili= smart, intelligent
Zimra/Zimora
H = branch, 2) song of praise
Zemira/Zemorah
H = a branch
Zia
H = to tremble
Zina
G = form of Zena, Xenia
Ziva/Zivah
H = bright, radiant
Ziynet
T = ornament
Zohar
H = shining, brilliant
Zubaydah
M = best part; cream
Zuhairah
M = blossom, radiant, shining
Zuhra/Zurah (zooh-rah)
A= Venus ( heavenly body)
Zulaikha/Zulaikhah (zoo-lai-ee-kah?)
M = so beautiful that people gape in wonderment. Biblical; woman who loved Joseph.
Zaleekhah (zoo-lee-kah)
M = same as Zulaikha
Zumarrad
M = emerald, precious stone
 
 

 

 

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