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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Zaahida Muslim Variant of Zahida: Hermit. Ascetic.. F
2 Zaanannim Biblical Movings, a person asleep. F

3 Zabrina English Form of Sabrina: a princess. F
4 Zaccai Biblical Pure meat, just. F
5 Zada Arabic Huntress; fortunate. F
6 Zafirah Arabic Victory. F
7 Zafirah Muslim Victorious. Success.. F
8 Zagir Armenian Flower. F
9 Zagiri Armenian Flower. F
10 Zahavah Hebrew Golden. F
11 Zaheera Muslim Variant of Zahira: Shining. Luminous.. F
12 Zahida Muslim Hermit. Ascetic.. F
13 Zahira Muslim Shining. Luminous.. F

14 Zahirah Arabic Dazzling. F
15 Zahirah Muslim Variant of Zahira: Shining. Luminous.. F
16 Zahra African Flowering. (Swahili). F
17 Zahra Arabic White. F
18 Zahra Egyptian Flower. F
19 Zahra' Muslim White. Radiant.. F
20 Zahraa' Muslim Variant of Zahra': White. Radiant.. F
21 Zahrah Arabic White. F
22 Zahrah Muslim Flower. Beauty. Star.. F
23 Zaib Muslim Decoration. Beauty.. F
24 Zaiba Muslim Beautiful. Adorned.. F
25 Zaibaa Muslim Variant of Zaiba: Beautiful. Adorned.. F
26 Zaida Arabic Lucky. F
27 Zainab Muslim Daughter of the Prophet Muhammad.. F
28 Zair Biblical Little, afflicted, in tribulation. F
29 Zaira Irish Irish form of Sara: princess. F
30 Zaira Italian Dawning. F
31 Zakiyyah Muslim Sharp. Intellectual. Pure. Pious.. F
32 Zakkiyya Muslim Variant of Zakiyyah: Sharp. Intellectual. Pure. Pious.. F
33 Zalika African Well-born. (Swahili). F
34 Zalika Egyptian Well born. F
35 Zaliki Egyptian Well born. F
36 Zaltana NativeAmerican High mountain. F
37 Zamora Hebrew Praised. F
38 Zamora Spanish From Zamora. F
39 Zamurrad Muslim Emerald. Precious stone.. F
40 Zamzummims Biblical Projects of crimes, enormous crimes. F
41 Zana Hebrew Diminutive of Susannah: Graceful lily. F
42 Zana Persian Woman. F
43 Zandra English Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
44 Zandra Greek Diminutive of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
45 Zandra Spanish Variant of Alexandra: defender of mankind. F
46 Zaneta Hebrew God's gift. F
47 Zaneta Russian Gift from God. F
48 Zaneta Spanish God's gift. A saint's name. F
49 Zanetta Spanish God's gift. A saint's name. F
50 Zanita Spanish God's gift. A saint's name. F
51 Zanna Hebrew God's gift. F
52 Zanns Polish God's gracious gift. F
53 Zanoah Biblical Forgetfulness, desertion. F
54 Zara Arabic Eastern splendour; princess. F
55 Zara French Light. F
56 Zara Hebrew Variant of Sarah: Princess. F
57 Zarah Hebrew Day's awakening. F
58 Zarah Italian Dawning. F
59 Zarahlinda Hebrew Beautiful dawn. F
60 Zareah Biblical Leprosy, hornet. F
61 Zared Biblical Strange descent. F
62 Zareena Muslim Variant of Zarina: Of gold. Golden.. F
63 Zarephath Biblical Ambush of the mouth. F
64 Zaretan Biblical Tribulation, perplexity. F
65 Zarina Muslim Of gold. Golden.. F
66 Zarqa Muslim Having bluish green eyes.. F
67 Zarqaa Muslim Variant of Zarqa: Having bluish green eyes.. F
68 Zatthu Biblical Olive tree. F
69 Zavrina English Form of Sabrina: a princess. F
70 Zayda Arabic Lucky. F
71 Zayna Arabic Beauty. F
72 Zaynab Muslim Variant of Zainab: Daughter of the Prophet Muhammad.. F
73 Zaynah Muslim Beautiful.. F
74 Zeahire Muslim Outstanding. Distinguished.. F
75 Zeboiim Biblical Deer, goats. F
76 Zebudah Biblical Endowed, endowing. F
77 Zedad Biblical His side; his hunting. F
78 Zeenat Muslim Variant of Zinat: Decoration. Beauty.. F
79 Zefjm Polish Zephyr. F
80 Zefuyn Greek Of the west wind. F
81 Zehave Hebrew Golden. F
82 Zehavi Hebrew Golden. F
83 Zehavit Hebrew Golden. F
84 Zehira Hebrew Protected. F
85 Zehuva Hebrew Golden. F
86 ZeIenka Czechoslovakian Little green one. F
87 Zelah Biblical Rib, side, halting. F
88 Zelda German Diminutive of Griselda: From the Old German, meaning 'grey battle' or 'Christian battle'. F
89 Zelda Latin Abbreviation of Grizelda: Gray; gray-haired. F
90 Zelda Teutonic Gray haired battle maiden. F
91 Zelde Teutonic Gray haired battle maiden. F
92 Zelek Biblical The shadow or noise of him that licks or laps. F
93 Zelia Greek Zealous. F
94 Zelina Greek Zealous. F
95 Zelinia Greek Zealous. F
96 Zelma English Variant of Selma: comely. F
97 Zelotes Biblical Zealous. F
98 Zelzah Biblical Noontide. F
99 Zemaraim Biblical Wool, pith. F
100 Zemila Hebrew Joyous melody. F
101 Zemira Hebrew Praised. F
102 Zemirah Hebrew Joyous melody. F
103 Zemora Hebrew Praised. F
104 Zena Greek Born of Zeus. Also a variant of Xenia: welcoming; hospitable; friendly. F
105 Zena Latin Abbreviation of Zenobia, a third century Arab Queen. F
106 Zena Persian Variant of Zana: Woman. F
107 Zena Russian From Zeus. F
108 Zenaida Greek Born of Zeus. F
109 Zenaide Greek Zenia. F
110 Zenan Biblical Coldness, target, weapon. F
111 Zenas Biblical Living. F
112 Zenda Greek Born of Zeus. F
113 Zenda Persian Womanly. F
114 Zene Greek Friendly. F
115 Zenechka Russian Russian form of Eugenia: noble. F
116 Zenevieva Celtic Pale. F
117 Zenevieva Russian Russian form of Genevieve: white shoulders. F
118 Zenia Greek Born of Zeus. Also a variant of Xenia: welcoming; hospitable; friendly. F
119 Zenina Greek Born of Zeus. F
120 Zenna Greek Born of Zeus. F
121 Zenobe Greek Born of Zeus. F
122 Zenobia Arabic Father's ornament. F
123 Zenobia Greek Born of Zeus. Famous bearer: Zenobia was ruler of Palmyra in the 3rd century. F
124 Zenobia Latin Queen Zenobia was third century ruler of the wealthy Arabian desert city of Palmyra. F
125 Zenochka Russian From Zeus. F
126 Zeny Russian Russian form of Eugenia: noble. F
127 Zephath Biblical Which beholds, that attends or that covers. F
128 Zephira Greek Of the west wind. F
129 Zephyr Greek Of the west wind. F
130 Zephyra Greek Of the west wind. F
131 Zera Hebrew Seed. F
132 Zera'im Hebrew Seed. F
133 Zeredah Biblical Ambush, change of dominion. F
134 Zereld Teutonic Armored battle maiden. F
135 Zerelda Teutonic Armored battle maiden. F
136 Zerelde Teutonic Armored battle maiden. F
137 Zeresh Biblical Misery, strange, dispersed inheritance. F
138 Zerlinda Hebrew Beautiful dawn. F
139 Zeruah Biblical Leprous, wasp, hornet. F
140 Zerubbabel Biblical A stranger at Babylon, dispersion of confusion. F
141 Zeruiah Biblical Pain or tribulation of the Lord. F
142 Zeta Greek Born last. F
143 Zeuxippe Latin Daughter of Lamedon. F
144 Zeva Greek Sword. F
145 Zezili Latin Gray eyes. F
146 Zezilia Latin Gray eyes. F
147 Zia Arabic Light; splendor. F
148 Zia Biblical Sweat, swelling. F
149 Zibia Hebrew Doe. F
150 Zibiah Hebrew Doe. F
151 Zif Biblical This or that, brightness, comeliness. F
152 Zigana Hungarian Gypsy. F
153 Ziha Biblical Brightness, whiteness, drought. F
154 Zihna NativeAmerican Spins (Hopi). F
155 Ziklag Biblical Measure pressed down. F
156 Zilla Hebrew Shadow. F
157 Zillah Biblical Shadow, the tingling of the ear. F
158 Zillah Hebrew Shade; shadow. F
159 Zilpah Biblical Distillation from the mouth. F
160 Zilthai Biblical My shadow, my talk. F
161 Zimra Hebrew Praised. F
162 Zimria Hebrew Praised. F
163 Zimzi Biblical My field, my vine. F
164 Zin Biblical Buckler, coldness. F
165 Zina English Variant of Xenia: Welcoming; hospitable. F
166 Zinat Muslim Decoration. Beauty.. F
167 Zinerva Celtic Pale. F
168 Zinerva Russian Russian form of Minerva: wise. F
169 Zinnia English Flower name. F
170 Zior Biblical Ship of him that watches. F
171 Ziphron Biblical Falsehood of a song, rejoicing. F
172 Zippora Hebrew Beauty. F
173 Zipporah Biblical Beauty, trumpet, mourning. F
174 Zipporah Hebrew Beauty. F
175 Ziska Teutonic Free. F
176 Ziske Teutonic Free. F
177 Zissi Teutonic Free. F
178 Zita English St. Zita was a 13th century patron saint of domestic servants. F
179 Zita Greek Reaper. F
180 Zita Spanish Little hope. F
181 Zitkala NativeAmerican Bird (Dakota). F
182 Ziva Hebrew Splendid. F
183 Zivah Israeli Radiant. F
184 Ziz Biblical Flower, branch, a lock of hair. F
185 Zoan Biblical Motion. F
186 Zoe Greek Life; alive. F
187 Zoel Greek Alive. F
188 Zoelie Greek Alive. F
189 Zoelle Greek Alive. F
190 Zoey Greek Variant of Zoe 'life. F
191 Zofia Greek Wisdom. F
192 Zofie Greek Wisdom. F
193 Zohar Hebrew Sparkle. F
194 Zoheleth Biblical That creeps, slides, or draws. F
195 Zoheret Hebrew Sparkle. F
196 Zoia Greek Alive. F
197 Zola French Famous bearer: 19th century writer Emile Zola. F
198 Zona Latin A girdle. F
199 Zondra Greek Defender of man. F
200 Zophie Czechoslovakian Czechoslovakian form of Sophie. F