We all love to read stories. Every one of us, at some point in our lives, has been entranced by a captivating story that has taken us on a journey and captured the attention of our hearts and minds. If you enjoy reading as much as we do, then this blog post is for you! In this article we will tell you about 15 Filipino girl names (and their meanings) – from “Bianca” to “Zarah.” We hope that after reading these stories, your little ones will be inspired with new names to choose for themselves.
– Bianca is a feminine form of the Spanish word “biano,” which means white or blond. It’s also one of Fidel Ramos, Jr.’s daughters and so it’s become popular in recent years for families with children born on October 26th.
– Charlotte comes from ancient Germanic origins and means manly strength – an apt name given that this girl was named after Queen Charlotte; she married King George II who ruled England during a time of great prosperity when advancements such as factories were being built.
– Zarah is Arabic in origin and translates to shining light – perfect for little girls living in areas where their lights may not always shine bright enough!
The Filipino people have a long and rich history which is why it’s not surprising that there are so many common names to choose from. This list of girl names has been taken from the census bureau, websites, blogs, newspapers, books and other resources about Filipinos. There are also lists for boy names if you’re interested!
– Aida (with origins in Spanish)
– Anita (Spanish origin)
-| – Angelita/Angelina (Italian or Spanish origin) |-| – Antonietta/Antonia (Latin and Italian origins but can be found all over the world today) |-| – Arlene/Lerlie/Rene’e(French origin with variations including: Renee, Rene’, Renee’e)
– Bernadette/Bernice (French origin)
– Blanca (Spanish origin and variation of Blanche which is French in origin)
-| – Claudine/Claudia(Latin or Italian origins but can be found all over the world today) |-| – Consuelo/Consolacion(Spanish or Latin origins with variations including: Conchita, Concha, Consuela, Connie. It can also mean consolation.)
|-| – Damaris/(Greek Origin). Variations include: Dorais, Dorris. Derived from “Dorothea” meaning gift of God. This name has been popular for a few decades because it’s a combination of two names with one meaning.
– Diane/Dianne (French origin)
-| – Felicidad/(Spanish Origin). Variations include: Felicitas, Felixita. Derived from the Latin word “Felix” which means happy or blessed and is often used as an epithet to describe God.)
|-| – Gloria/Glorya(Latin in origin but can be found all over the world today) |-| – Josefa/Josephine(German origins but can be found all over the world today along with variations including: Josephina, Judit, Jobelene, Jouphlene.)
– Julieanne/Julie Ann (English origins that are descendants of Juliana)
– Lourdes/Loretta/(Spanish or French in origin but can be found all over the world today.)|-| – Magdalene/Madeleine (French origins that are descendants of Madeleina)
-| – Marya, Marisa(English origins that are descendants from Maria and its variations including: Mairead, Mairinna). Derived from a Hebrew word meaning bitter. The name is commonly associated with Mother Mary who was often referred to as “bitter” due to her suffering during Jesus’ crucifixion. |-| – Petra (Greek Origins)
– Simone (Latin Origin)
Doris is a variant of Dorris which comes from English Margareta.
Doris is a variant of Dorris which comes from English Margareta. It means pearl in Greek and was originally used as the translation for “Margaret”. The name has been repeatedly popularized since 1908 with actresses Doris Day and Donna Reed becoming well known figures.
A variation on this name, Dorothy, originates from Old French Doree or d’or meaning golden, beautiful one that emanated light (derived from Latin), but can also be seen to come from Welsh or Gaelic origins both having similar meanings. This feminine given names has many variations including: Daria/Darla; Dorothy/Donna; Dominique; Dolores/Delores etcetera). Derived from the Latin word “daur” meaning to give light.
Elsa is a variant of Elizabeth, which in turn comes from Greek Elisabet/Alison – it means God’s promise and was originally used as an Old English form for Hebrew name Leah. It has been popularized by Queen Elsa in Disney Films Frozen. A variation on this name, Elyse, originates from French Elesie or elsie; derived from Eli (Hebrew) meaning my god is salvation). In Germanic languages like Dutch and Scandinavian languages such as Swedish Ella can be seen to come from Alva through its shortening into Alicja/Alessia etcetera). Derived from the Arabic alsahibat meaning one who is loved.
Nicole means “victory of the people” and comes from Latin Nicolaus meaning victorious) Richka/Rizza, Rika, Nisa etcetera). Derived from Greek nikē which translates to victory or conquest; it can also be derived from Nike (Greek for Victory).”
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*Elaine – Derived from the name Eleanor, which derives its origins from Greek Eleni meaning light. *Alyssa – Means “noble.”
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*Elsa – A variant on Elizabeth that derives its name form Hebrew Leah. *Elyse – Comes from French Elesie meaning my god is salvation.) *Elaine – Derived from the name Eleanor, which derives its origins from Greek Eleni meaning light. *Alyssa- Means “noble.”
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15. The name of the girl before her is Rowena, so when she was born they named her Rowan for short.
14. Juliana has a pet dog that’s always hanging around and going on adventures with them too! She goes by Jules in school but everyone calls her ‘Pip’ at home because Pip means to increase or grow something, which is exactly what Julianna does: she grows more beautiful everyday as if it were effortless.
13. Lea also started modeling last year and didn’t know how much fun it would be until now!
12. Noelle loves being outdoorsy and just having an adventure every day – hiking up mountains like Keke did, exploring What’s in a name? With all the celebrity baby names being released these days, it seems like everything. We’re here to tell you about 15 Filipino girl names that are worth reading! You might not know this but there are over 270 indigenous languages spoken on the Philippine Islands. This means each island has their own list of native nicknames and given names for girls — as well as boys! Most Filipinos have at least two or three different ways to be addressed depending on what region they live in or who they happen to be talking with. And if we were ever going back into history, many people had four or five surnames so one can imagine how confusing things could get from time-to-time! So when