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

 

Zaccai

(alt. Zaccae, Zakai, Zakae)

Hebrew, meaning ‘pure’ or ‘just’.

Zada

(alt. Zayda, Zaida, Zayeda)

Arabic, meaning ‘fortunate’.

Zafara

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(alt. Zafarrah, Zaphara)

Hebrew, meaning ‘singer’.

Zafira

Arabic, meaning ‘successful’.

Zagir

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(alt. Zagiry, Zagira, Zagirah)

Armenian, meaning ‘like a flower’.

Zahar

(alt. Zahir, Zahyr, Zaher)

Hebrew, meaning ‘dawn’.

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Zahara

(alt. Zahava, Zahra)

Arabic, meaning ‘flowering and shining’.

Zahiya

Arabic, meaning ‘brilliant’.

Zaida

(alt. Zaide)

Arabic, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Zaira

(alt. Zayra, Zayrah)

Arabic, meaning ‘like a rose’.

Zaka

(alt. Zacca)

Swahili, meaning ‘pure’.

Zale

(alt. Zael, Zayle)

Greek, meaning ‘one who is as strong as the sea’.

Zalika

Swahili, meaning ‘well born’.

Zaltana

Arabic, meaning ‘high mountain’.

Zamara

(alt. Zamarrah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘a female singer’.

Zambda

(alt. Zambdah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘she mediates’.

Zamella

Zulu, meaning ‘one who works to succeed’.

Zamia

Greek, meaning ‘pine cone’.

Winter names

January

Neva

Neve

Perdita

Rainer

Tahoma

Winter

Zamir

(alt. Zameer, Zamyr)

Hebrew, meaning ‘smart sovereign’.

Zan

Chinese, meaning ‘supportive’.

Zana

(alt. Zanah, Zanna)

Hebrew, alternative of Susanna.

Zandra

(alt. Zan, Zondra)

Greek, meaning ‘shy’.

Zane

(alt. Zaen, Zain, Zayn)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘bold one’.

Zaneta

(alt. Zanetta, Zanita)

Hebrew, meaning ‘a gracious present from God’.

Zaniyah

Arabic, meaning ‘lily’.

Zannika

(alt. Zanicka, Zanyka)

Native American, meaning ‘healthy’.

Zanoah

(alt. Zanoa)

Hebrew, meaning ‘forgetful’.

Zara

(alt. Zaria, Zariah, Zora)

Arabic, meaning ‘radiance’.

Zaria

(alt. Zariah, Zarya)

Slavic, meaning ‘divine bride’.

Zariel

(alt. Zariele, Zarielle)

American, meaning ‘lion princess’.

Zarina

African, meaning ‘golden one’.

Zaylee

(alt. Zayley, Zaylie)

English, meaning ‘divine’.

Zazula

Polish, meaning ‘excellent’.

Zehara

(alt. Zeharrah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘alight’.

Zehira

(alt. Zeheera, Zehyra)

Hebrew, meaning ‘protected’.

Zela

(alt. Zelah)

Greek, meaning ‘blessed with happiness’.

Zelda

German, meaning ‘dark battle’.

Zelia

(alt. Zella)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘sunshine’.

Zelma

German, meaning ‘helmet’.

Zemirah

Hebrew, meaning ‘joyous melody’.

Zena

(alt. Zenia, Zina)

Greek, meaning ‘hospitable’.

Zenaida

Greek, meaning ‘the life of Zeus’.

Zenda

Persian, meaning ‘life’.

Zenon

Greek, meaning ‘guest’.

Zephyr

Greek, meaning ‘the west wind’.

Zetta

Italian, meaning ‘Z’.

Zhen

Chinese, meaning ‘precious’.

Zhenga

African, meaning ‘queen’.

Food-inspired names

Anise

Candy

Cherry

Coco

Ginger

Honey

Meena

Olive

Saffron

Zhenya

Russian, meaning ‘noble’.

Zhi

Chinese, meaning ‘healing’.

Zi

Chinese, meaning ‘full of grace’.

Zia

Arabic, meaning ‘light and splendour’.

Ziazan

Armenian, meaning ‘rainbow’.

Zihna

Native American, meaning ‘spins’.

Zillah

Hebrew, meaning ‘the shade’.

Zinnia

Latin, meaning ‘flower’.

Zirali

African, meaning ‘the help of God’.

Zita

(alt. Ziva)

Spanish, meaning ‘little girl’.

Zitkala

Native American, meaning ‘small bird’.

Ziya

Arabic, meaning ‘light’.

Zlata

Slavic, meaning ‘golden’.

Zo

African, meaning ‘spiritual leader’.

Bird names

Ava

Ibis

Oriole

Raven

Robin

Swift

Wren

Zoe

Greek, meaning ‘life’.

Zola

Latin, meaning ‘the earth’.

Zora

(alt. Zorana)

Slavic, meaning ‘dawn’.

Zoraida

Spanish, meaning ‘captivating woman’.

Zorina

Slavic, meaning ‘golden’.

Zsa Zsa

Hungarian, meaning ‘lily’.

Zoya

Greek, meaning ‘life’.

Zula

African, meaning ‘brilliant’.

Zulma

Arabic, meaning ‘peace’.

Zurina

(alt. Zurine, Zurinia Zuryna)

Spanish, meaning ‘white’.

Zuzana

Hebrew, meaning ‘lily’.

Zuzu

Czech, meaning ‘flower’.

Zyana

Aztec, meaning ‘forever’.

Zyna

(alt. Zayne)

Arabic, meaning ‘amazing’.

Zytka

Polish, meaning ‘a rose flower’.

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