List of Anglo Baby Names For Girls With Meanings
Diera — A beautiful lovely creature
Hartleigh — Variant of Hartley
Forever — It essentially means something which is eternal and everlasting
Hild — Battle Maid; War; Noble
Franklinia — A flowering tree named after Benjamin Franklin; based on its root ‘Frankin’ the name should mean ‘free’
Nora — The person who is possessing righteousness and brightness.
Andrea — Feminine of Andrew; a defender of mankind who is manly and strong
Carolyn — A joyful song of happiness
Chelsea — A chalk wharf
Clover — A plant that origins from the pea family and is a fodder plant for animals
Darla — Very dear one
Darlene — A child loved by all
Dixie — The French word for ten; southern state
Hayley — Hay Meadow
Kendra — Kendra means She is a Prophetess
Megan — A strong and capable woman
Ardith — The one fighting a good war
Brona — A brown-haired or dark-haired woman
Cartimandua — A name of the Brigantes Queen
Coenburga — Woman bold like a fortress
Colley — A black coloured bird
Collibe — Hailing from a dark, dull village with no source of light
Cuthburga — A massive fortress
Cuthburh — One who keeps records
Cwen — A born Queen
Cyne — A Royal person
Cyneburg — Daughter of a King
Cyneburga — The one from Royal fortress
Cyneburh — A famous personality
Darelene — Sweet and lovable
Darelle — Gently loved
Dawn — Daybreak time
Denegyth — A healthy, cute and a master of great personality
Eadburg — Ead means ‘Fortune’ and burg means ‘Fortress’.
Eadburga — Ead means ‘Wealth’ and burg means ‘Protection’.
Eadgifu — They are a rich gift to mankind
Eadgyth — Wife of a wise counsellor
Eadgytha — Wise wife of a counsellor
Eadhild — Maid of a rich battle
Eadlyn — A healthy and wealthy friend
Ealhswith — One who is lucky and fertile
Earcongota — One with broad visions and ideas
Edhida — One who is joyful and happy
Edhita — A happy natured person who is in love
Editha — Blessed to be successful person or individual
Edla — A born Princess; they are efficient and joyous
Eduwiges — Fighting woman; one who is a good speaker
Edwina — A successful friend; a rich and wealthy friend
Edwinc — Warrior; one who has varied experiences
Edyna — One who came from edinburgh
Egberthe — A brilliant sword which is unique
Egbertina — A shinning sword which can kill
Egbertine — A pointed edge of sword; very sharp
Eidyth — Joyous and loving person
Eidytha — Joyous and lovely person
Eldit — A wealthy and sweet natured person
Eldridge — A sage like faithful and wise advisor
Elfgifu — A gift from the Elves
Elfin — One who is the ruler of the Elves
Elivina — A beautiful friend of the Elves
Ellan — Bright and shining light of magic
Ellette — A little, magical Elf
Elswyth — this means elf from the willow trees.
Elwine — this name means a friend of the elves.
Engelieth — a battle.
Eoforhild — a battle of boars.
Eormengyth — somebody who takes a public oath.
Eormenhild — a feminized word meaning someone who has taken a public oath.
Eostre — goddess of the dawn.
Eowyn — she was a shieldmaiden and relative of King Theoden.
Esla — it is an Anglo-Saxon word meaning truth.
Ethelinda — Noble serpent
Fone — Variant of Celtic name ‘Fionn’ which means fair and white
Frideswid — Peace that is sustainable
Frideswide — Refers to sustainable peace.
Fridiswed — One living with peace
Fridiswid — One who is with peace
Fridswed — Oh who like peace
Gaega — A topographic name; hill and stream
Georgianna — Similar to Georgeanna
Georgina — A form of Georgia
Goldiva — Varient of name Godifu which means the precious gift of god to the parents. A great blessing from God.
Haedde — A deserving, low-born woman
Haeddi — One who deserves something
Hagona — An Anglo-Saxon name for a low botn women
Hairud — She of fame and honor
Herelufu — means here (army) + lufu (love)
Hicela — An old Anglo-Saxon female name
Hlappa — A name given to a low-born daughter
Hlossa — A low-born daughter’s name
Hlud — A low-born child’s name
Hluda — A daughter who is of low status
Hluppa — A woman who was born in a low status
Hoca — A woman who is of low rank
Hocca — A name given to she who is of low rank
Hocga — An Anglo-Saxon old girls name
Hounild — A female name of Anglo-Saxon origin
Hounilda — A girls name of Anglo-Saxon origin