1001 Baby Names for Girls – How to Choose the Best for your Newborn

Baby Girl names that start with  “ Q “ and their  Meaning

 

 Qabalah

Muslim, meaning ‘responsible’.

Qabool

Muslim, meaning ‘accepted’.

Qadesh

(alt. Quedesh, Qadeshia)

Syrian, a mythological goddess of love.

Qadira

Arabic, meaning ‘powerful’.

Qahira

Muslim, meaning ‘victorious’.

Qamra

(alt. Qamrah)

Arabic, meaning ‘from the moon’.

Qaraah

Muslim, meaning ‘cloud’.

Boys’ names for girls

Ashley

Billie

Casey

Charlie

Elliott

Geri

Jamie

Jordan

Leigh

Toni

Qaysar

Muslim, meaning ‘woman’.

Qi

Chinese, meaning ‘life force’.

Qiana

(alt. Qianah, Qiania, Qyana)

American, meaning ‘gracious’.

Qimat

(alt. Qimate, Qimatta)

Indian, meaning ‘valuable woman’.

Qing

Chinese, meaning ‘blue’.

Qismah

(alt. Quisma)

Arabic, meaning ‘destiny’.

Quan

Chinese, meaning ‘compassionate’.

Quana

(alt. Quannah, Quaniya, Quanea)

Native American, meaning ‘one who smells sweet’.

Qanesha

(alt. Quaneisha, Quanisha)

African-American, meaning ‘singing’.

Old name, new fashion?

Bella

Carolyn

Clara

Dorothy

Emmeline

Hazel

Matilda

Nora

Penelope

Rosalie

Quantina

(alt. Quantinna, Quantyna)

American, meaning ‘courageous queen’.

Qubilah

Arabic, meaning ‘agreeable’.

Queen

(alt. Queenie)

English, meaning ‘queen’.

Quiana

American, meaning ‘silky’.

Quincy

(alt. Quincey)

French, meaning ‘estate of the fifth son’.

Quinn

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘counsel’.

Quenby

(alt. Quenbi, Quenbie, Quinbee)

Swedish, meaning ‘feminine’.

Querida

(alt. Queridah, Queryda, Quereada)

Spanish, meaning ‘beloved’.

Questa

(alt. Questah, Queste, Quyste)

Latin, meaning ‘seeker’.

Queta

(alt. Keta)

Spanish, meaning ‘head of the house’.

Quilla

(alt. Quila, Quillah)

English, meaning ‘writer’.

Quinby

(alt. Quin, Quinbie, Quinnie)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘living like royalty’.

Quinella

Latin, meaning ‘very beautiful’.

Quinta

Spanish, meaning ‘fifth born’.

Quintana

(alt. Quentana, Quinn)

Latin, meaning ‘lovely girl’.

Quintessa

Latin, meaning ‘creative’.

Quita

(alt. Keeta, Keetah)

French, meaning ‘calm’.

Quisha

African, meaning ‘physical and spiritual beauty’ or ‘lovely mind’.

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