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The Top 100 Greek Baby Names & Their Meanings

Updated on 13 June 2021 • 10 minute read
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Overview

Are you looking for Greek names for your little one? 

Greek mythology and ancient Greek history continue to inspire baby names even in modern times. 

Many of these names are used with their original spelling. But others are used in different forms, such as English or Spanish. For example, Andreas can be used as Andrew or Andres.

You’ll find many options if you want to name your little one something from ancient Greece origins or perhaps as a Greek god or Greek goddess

So, which Greek name is the right one for your baby? Continue reading to see the top 100 popular names and their meanings to help you choose.

 

Popular Greek Baby Names For Boys

There are many Greek baby boy names (such as Zeus and Apollo) that are more popular than others because they are the names of Greek gods

Others (such as Peter, Achilles, and Alexander) have become common names due to famous people who existed in real life or fictional works written by famous authors such as William Shakespeare and Homer

The following are our top 50 Greek boy names along with their name meanings:

 

Achilles

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Unknown meaning, but possibly from the Greek word ἄχος (achos), which means “pain.”
  • Variations/Synonyms: Achilleus

 

Achilles was the central character of Homer’s popular Iliad, and the hero of the Trojan War.

 

Adonis

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Handsome or very good looking
  • Variations/Synonyms: Adonys, Addonis, Adonnis, Adohnis, Donnie, or Don

 

Alexander

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Protector and defender of humankind
  • Variations/Synonyms: Alexandros, Alexis, Alesander, Alex, Alec, Alisander, Alecsander, Aleksander, Alexzander, Alexandre, or Xander

 

Athanasius

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Immortal
  • Variations/Synonyms: Athanasios, Athanase, Athnasious, Athos, Atanacio, Atanasio, Athan, or English names Arthur and Tommy

 

Andreas

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Brave and manly
  • Variations/Synonyms: Andrew, Andruw, Andrue, Andru, Andrews, Andre, Andros, Andy, Andie, or Drew

 

Apollo

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Destroyer
  • Variations/Synonyms: Helios (the sun)

 

Apollo is the Greek god of sunlight, music and dance, poetry, truth, and prophecy. He’s also recognized as the god of archery, healing, and diseases.

 

Ares

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Bane or ruin
  • Variations/Synonyms: Enyalius, Arice, or Mars (Roman version)

 

In Greek mythology, Ares is the son of Zeus and is the god of courage and war. But he has a bad reputation in history as the lover of Aphrodite.

 

Artemis

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Butcher
  • Variations/Synonyms: Artemes, Artamos, or Arthemis

 

Artemis was originally a female name, but the modern-day use is for boys because of its masculine sound. 

The original Artemis was Apollo’s twin sister; she’s the goddess of wild animals, the wilderness, and hunting. 

 

Bacchus

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To shout
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bakkus, Baccus, or Dionysus

 

The son of Jupiter (equivalent to Zeus but in Roman mythology), Bacchus is the god of agriculture, trees, and wine. Bacchus is also known as the god of drama, revelry, and fertility.

 

Basil 

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A brave and royal man, like a king
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bazil, Basel, Basile, Bacil, Basilo, or Vasilis

 

Calix

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Very handsome
  • Variations/Synonyms: Calistro, Chalice, or Calyx

 

Christos

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Bearer of Christ
  • Variations/Synonyms: Christopher, Cristopher, Kristoff, Kristopher, Christofer, Christoffer, Cristopher, Christian, Christoph, Christophe, Cristos, Christoff, Khristopher, Kristofer, Kristian, Chris, Kris, Topher, or Xian

 

Cole

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: People’s victory
  • Variations/Synonyms: Coll, Khol, Kole, Coal, Cohl, Kohl, or Koll

 

Constantine

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Consistent and steady or reliable
  • Variations/Synonyms: Konstantine, Constantin, Konstantinos, Kostas, or Kostis

 

Cyril

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Masterful or from the Lord
  • Variations/Synonyms: Cyryl, Cyrill, Cyrell, Ciril, Cyral, Kyril, Kyrill, Kyrillos, Cy, Cyrillus, or Cirillo

 

Damian

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Someone who tames and conquers 
  • Variations/Synonyms: Damien, Damion, Daymion, Daymon, Daymian, Damianos, or Damiano

 

Darius

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Rich or affluent
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dario, Darion, Darien, Dareios, Darian, Darrin, or Darren

 

The original Darius was the famous Persian king known as Darius the Great, who ruled the Persian Empire from 522 BC to 486 BC.

 

Deacon

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Helper or servant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Deaken, Deakon, Deecon, Deakin, Diakonos, Deacan, Deakun, Deak, and Deek

 

Demetrius

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Someone who loves the earth and is a follower of the goddess Demeter
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dimitri, Dmitri, Demetrio, Demetrios, Dimitrios, Demetri, Demeter, Dmitry, or Demmy

 

Dennis

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Fun, festive, or a merrymaker
  • Variations/Synonyms: Denis, Dennes, Denes, Dennison, Denny, Dennie, Denys, Den, or Denzel

 

Dion

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Cheerful follower of Dionysus and Zeus
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dieone, Deion, Deon, Deone, Dionne, Dio, or Deo

 

Eros

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Affection and love
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aeros, Ero, Erose, Eroce, Airose, Earos, Arros, Airos, Aerose, Arose, or Eurus

 

Esteban

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Wears a victory crown
  • Variations/Synonyms: Estevan, Esteban, Estabon, Estebon, Estebann, Estebahn, Esteven, Estephan, Estephen, Estefan, Estafen, Stephen (English), or Stefan (popular in Paris)

 

Eugene

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Born well into high society or nobility
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eugenio, Eugenios, Eugenes, Eugenie, Eugenius, Gene, Ugene, or Genio

 

Eustace

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Stable and fruitful
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eustis, Ustace, Eustiss, Eustyss, Eustathius, Eustacius, Eustachius, or Ustyss

 

Evander

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A good and benevolent man
  • Variations/Synonyms: Evandir, Evandyr, Evandur, Evandar, Evandor, Ivander, Evannder, or Eveander

 

Georgios

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Farmer or one who loves to work with the land
  • Variations/Synonyms: Georg, Jorge, Georges, Georgio, Georgios, Gheorge, Georghe, Georgie, Giorge, Georgy, or Giorgio (Italian)

 

Gregory

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Watchful and vigilant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Greg, Greggory, Gregorey, Gregorie, Gregorio, Gregorius, Gregorios, Gregor, Greger, or Graig (French)

 

Hector

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To restrain or hold onto
  • Variations/Synonyms: Hecktor, Hektor, Hectar, Hecter, Hectyr, Hectur, Hectir, or Heckter

 

Hermes

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A marker or pile of stones to mark the land boundaries
  • Variations/Synonyms: Hermies, Hermez, Hermees, Hermeze, Hermeez, or Hermese

 

Homer

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A pledge or solemn promise
  • Variations/Synonyms: Homher, Homar, or Homhar

 

Ilya

  • Origin: Greek and Russian
  • Meaning: The Lord is my God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Iliad, Iya, or Illa

 

Ion

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Purple or ‘going’ (such as ‘to go’)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ionos or Iov

 

Ion was the child of Erechtheus’ daughter Creüsa in Greek mythology.

 

Jason

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A healer
  • Variations/Synonyms: Jayson, Jaceson, Jaysen, Jaison, Jaisen, Jasson, Jayceson, Jace, Jasyn, or Jayce

 

Jerome

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A holy and sacred name
  • Variations/Synonyms: Jarome, Jerrome, Jerohm, Jairome, Jerohme, Jeromy, or Jerry

 

Kairos

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The right or perfect moment
  • Variations/Synonyms: Kyrus, Kairus, Cyrus, and Kyros

 

Leander

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Just like a lion
  • Variations/Synonyms: Leannder, Leandros, Liander, Lionder, Leand, Leande, Leandro, Lee, and Leandre

 

Lucas

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Light and bright
  • Variations/Synonyms: Luc, Luk, Lukas, Lucus, Loukas, Luka, Loucas, Luca, Lukah (Hebrew), or Luke (English)

 

Myron

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Fragrant aroma similar to myrrh
  • Variations/Synonyms: Miron, Myren, Myreon, or Miren

 

Nikolas

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A victor or winner for the people
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nicholas, Nikolai, Nichols, Niko, Nicolas, Nicholaus, Nicholus, Nickolas, Nico, Nikolas, Nicholai, Nick, Nicky (English), or Nicola (Scottish)

 

Odysseus

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To hate or bring to hate
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ulixes or Ulysses (Latin)

 

The famous Odysseus is the Greek hero of Homer’s Odyssey who created the plan to invade Troy with the giant hollow horse filled with soldiers.

 

Orion

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A great hunter
  • Variations/Synonyms: Oryan, Orian, Orien, Oryon, and Oryen

 

Pavlos

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Small or humble
  • Variations/Synonyms: Paav, Paora, Paulu, Paviel, Pavle, Pawlu, Pavel, Paul (English), Pablo (Spanish), or Pol (Scottish)

 

Pieter

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Solid and strong, just like a rock
  • Variations/Synonyms: Pieter, Peater, Pete, Petyr, or Petey

 

Thanos

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Immortal and noble
  • Variations/Synonyms: Thanus, Thanas, Thanasis, and Athanasios

 

Thanos is famous in popular culture as the fictional supervillain in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe).

 

Timoteo

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: One who honors God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Timmothy, Timotheos, Timothey, Timothee, Timathy, Timmy, Tim, or Timothy

 

Titan 

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Any giant god in Greek mythology
  • Variations/Synonyms: Titanes

 

The original Titans: Oceanus, Coeus, Cronus, Crius, Hyperion, Iapetus, Rhea, Thea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Tethys, and Phoebe.

 

Troy

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A person from Troia
  • Variations/Synonyms:  Troi, Troia, Troja, or Ilium

 

Troy was an ancient place in the northwest of Asia Minor (now modern Turkey). But Troy became a popular name for baby boys in modern times, starting in the 1960s when the actor Troy Donahue took the stage name from the ancient city.

 

Ulysses

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Angry
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ulesses, Ulyses, Ulisses, or Ulissus

 

Zeus

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Zuese, Zoos, Zues, Zeuce, Soos, and Seus

 

Zeus is the king of the gods or the highest of the gods of Mount Olympus. He’s also the god of the sky, thunder, and heavens. According to Greek mythology, Zeus and his siblings defeated the Titans, and he ruled over humankind and the Earth from Mount Olympus (the highest mountain in Greece).

 

Popular Greek Baby Names For Girls

Many popular brands use Greek girl names. For example, Nike is a popular brand name, but Nike is the “Winged Goddess of Victory” in Greek mythology.

Many baby girl names might sound nice, but you should also consider what the name means or the associated meaning in mythology before choosing it for your baby.

For example, Pandora is a popular name, but her role in Greek mythology isn’t a good one because she was the first mortal woman who caused evil to be unleashed into the world.

If you’re unsure about the Greek word for your baby’s name, it might be a good idea to look up what the name means

The following are our top 50 popular Greek baby girl names:

 

Acacia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Thorny flower or tree
  • Variations/Synonyms: Akacia, Akasia, Akasha, Akasya (Turkish), or Akazie (German)

 

Agatha

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Good woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Agata, Agathe, or Aggie

 

Alexandra

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Feminine of Alexander; Defender and helper of humankind
  • Variations/Synonyms: Alexandera, Alexsandra, Alexis, Alexandria, Alexa, Aly, Allie, Lexi, or Alessandra (Italian)

 

Amalthea

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To soothe or soften
  • Variations/Synonyms: Amaltheia

 

In Greek mythology, Amalthea is a nymph who took care of Zeus as a baby.

 

Amaryllis

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To sparkle
  • Variations/Synonyms: Amaryllia

 

Anastasia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Will resurrect or rise again
  • Variations/Synonyms: Anastasya, Annastasia, Anastasha, Ansestasia, Anastaysha, or Anastascia

 

Andromeda

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The ruler of men
  • Variations/Synonyms: Andromyda or Andromedah

 

Angelina

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Messenger of God or an angel
  • Variations/Synonyms: Angela, Angel, Angelena, Angelyna, Anjelina, Angeline, Angie, or Angelica

 

Aphrodite

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Love and beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Afrodite, Aphrodyte, Aphroditie, or Aphroditee

 

Aretha

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: An excellent woman who’s moral and virtuous
  • Variations/Synonyms: Areetha, Arytha, Arethra, Areta, Aretta, or Arriety

 

Arianna

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A holy one
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ariana, Aryana, Aeriana, Arianne, Arianah, Aryanna, Ari, or Aria

 

Athena

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Wise one
  • Variations/Synonyms: Athene, Atena, Athina, or Afina (Russian)

 

Athena is Zeus’ favorite daughter and the goddess of war and wisdom. She’s also the patron goddess of Athens, Greece

 

Calista

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The most beautiful woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Callista, Kallista, Kalista, Colista, Callisto, Calysta, Calissa, or Callie

 

Cassandra

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A seer and one who shines among humankind
  • Variations/Synonyms: Kassandra, Sandra, Cassie, Cassey, Sandy, or Sandi

 

Danae

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A judge or bright person
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dannae, Danee, Dana, Danna, Danea, Danay, Danai, Denae, Dinay, Denay, or Dinae

 

Daphne

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: From the laurel tree
  • Variations/Synonyms: Daphyne, Daphney, Daphni, Dafnee, Daphnie, Dafny, Dafney, or Daffney

 

Daphne is a nymph in Greek mythology. She was transformed into a laurel leaf (laurel is called Daphne in Greek) by her father (Peneus) to avoid Apollo.

According to the myth, the arrogant Apollo angered Eros (now known as Cupid), who shot him with a sharp, gold-tipped arrow that made him fall madly in love with Daphne, a river nymph. Eros then shot Daphne with a blunt, lead-tipped arrow that made her hate Apollo.

To escape Apollo’s relentless pursuit, Daphne asked her father to transform her into something — and he made her into a laurel plant. Mourning the loss of his ‘great love,’ Apollo began wearing laurel leaves on his head to honor Daphne.

 

Delia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A seductive southern charmer born on the island of Delos
  • Variations/Synonyms: Della; Also used as a nickname for Bridget, Bedelia, or Bidelia

 

Demetra

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The other half
  • Variations/Synonyms: Demitra, Demi, Demmi, Demie, Demetria, Demy, Demye, or Demeter

 

In Greek mythology, Demetra is the goddess of fertility.

 

Dorothea

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Gift of God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dorothea, Dorathy, Daurathy, Dorthie, Dora, Dorothee, Dorothia, Dottie, Dolly, Dory, or Dori

 

Eleanor

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Shining light or a light-hearted woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eleanora, Eleonor, Elynore, Elanore, Ellinore, Lenore, or Nora

 

Ella

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Fancy, light, and beautiful woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ela, Ellah, Ellie, Elle, or Elly

 

Evanthe

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Fair flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Evan, Evannie, or Euanthe (Latin)

 

Galatea

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: My fair lady or she who is white as milk
  • Variations/Synonyms: Galathea, Galathée, Galateia, Galatia, or Gallathea

 

In Greek mythology, Galatea was originally a milky white sculpture (by the mythical sculptor Pygmalion) turned into a real woman by the goddess Aphrodite.

 

Georgia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A farmer or a woman who loves the land and works on a farm
  • Variations/Synonyms: Giorgia, Georgina, Georgie, Georganna, Georgene, or Georgette

 

Helena

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A beautiful shining bright light
  • Variations/Synonyms: Helen, Helene, Hellena, Helana, Helayna, or Helenore

 

Hera 

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A heroine or female hero
  • Variations/Synonyms: Herra, Herah, or Herrah

 

Hermione

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Messenger of the gods
  • Variations/Synonyms: Hermine, Herma, Hermia, or Hermina

 

In popular culture, Hermione is one of Harry Potter’s best friends. She’s also a heroine and main character in the series.

 

Ida

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Diligent and hardworking
  • Variations/Synonyms: Idaea, Idaa, Iida, Idetta, Ieda, Idalie, Idette, or Idella

 

Katherine

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Pure
  • Variations/Synonyms: Catherine, Katharine, Kathrine, Katelyn, Kaitlyn, Caitlyn, Kathryn, Katerina, Katrina, Kathy, Cathy, Kathie, Cathie, Cate, Katie, Kate, Kat, Cat, or Catriona

 

Khloe

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Flourishing like a young and blooming plant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Chloe, Kloe, Kloey, Khloey, or Chloey

 

Konstantina

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Female of Constantine; Consistent and steady or reliable
  • Variations/Synonyms: Constantina (Romanian)

 

Lois

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The great or superior woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Loes, Loise, Louis, or Louise

 

Lyris

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Lyre (musical instrument) or lyrical
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lyric, Lyra, or Lyre

 

Margaret

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Pearl
  • Variations/Synonyms: Margret, Marguerite, Margarita, Maggie, Meg, Megan, Meghan, Marjorie, Peggy, Margo, Margaux, Marge, or Margie

 

Nerina

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Delicate
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nereida, Nerine, Nerrina, or Nerinna (Italian)

 

Nicole

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Victorious and triumphant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nichole, Nikole, Nicolle, Nicholle, Nicky, Nicki, Nika, Nicolette, Nicola, Colette, Nikki, or Nickie

 

Olympia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Heavenly woman or a goddess from Mount Olympus
  • Variations/Synonyms: Olympiah, Olimpia, or Olympie

 

Ophelia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Helpful and wise
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ofelia, Opheliah, Ophela, Ophelya, or Ofeliah

 

Penelope

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A weaver of thread
  • Variations/Synonyms: Peneloppe, Pennelope, Penelopie, Penny, Penney, Penelopy, Pennie, or Penni

 

Phoebe

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A woman who shines bright and pure
  • Variations/Synonyms: Pheobe, Pheebe, Phoebee, Phoeby, Phoebie, or Phebby

 

Phoenix

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Dark red
  • Variations/Synonyms: Phoenyx, Phenix, Pheenix, Feenix, Feenyx, Phenyx, Pheenyx, or Phoenicks

 

Rhea

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: To flow like a river
  • Variations/Synonyms: Rhia, Ria, Rea, Riah, Rhya, Reeah, Rhiya, Rhiah, Rheia, Rhianna, Rheana, or Rheanna

 

In Greek mythology, Rhea is a Titan and the mother of gods and goddesses. She’s the wife of Cronus and the mom of Zeus, Hades, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, and Hestia. 

 

Selene

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: The beautiful moon
  • Variations/Synonyms: Selena, Selina, Salina, Selene, Salene, Celina, Celena, Saleen, Saleena, Celia, Sela, or Celine

 

According to Greek mythology, Selene is the goddess of the moon.

 

Sophia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: A woman with great wisdom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sofia, Sophie, Sofiya, Sofie, or Sofea

 

Stephanie

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Female of Stephen or Esteban; Victorious and wearer of the crown
  • Variations/Synonyms: Stefanie, Stephany, Stefany, Steffanie, Steffi, Steffy, Stephenny, Stephannie, Stephani, Stephania, Stefania, Steph, Steff, Stefi, Stephie, or Stefani (Italian)

 

Theodora

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Female of Theodore; Gift from God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Theadora, Teadora, Teodora, Theodorah, Theo, Theora, Thea, Teddi, Tia, Dora, or Teddie

 

Ursula

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Little bear
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ursulla, Ursela, Ursella, Ursa, Urzula, Ursi, or Ursilla

 

Xenia

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Welcoming and hospitable
  • Variations/Synonyms: Xena, Xeniah, Xenya, Zenia, Zenya, Zena, or Zenaida

 

Xenia is an ancient Greek word and belief that a person should extend generosity and friendship to travelers or anyone far away from home.

 

Yolanda

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Purple flower or modest just like the purple flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Yolandah, Yolana, Yolande, Yolannda, Yalanda, Yolonda, Yolada, Yolanta, Yolanthe, Ianthe, Violet, Yolie, Yoli, Yolee, or Iolanthe

 

Yolanda comes from Ianthe or Iolanthe, which means ‘purple flower.’

 

Zoe

  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Life
  • Variations/Synonyms: Zoey or Zooey

 

 

 

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