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

 

 Iamar

Arabic, meaning ‘from the moon’.

Iana

Greek, meaning ‘flowering’.

Ianeke

Hawaiian, meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Iantha

Greek, meaning ‘purple flower’.

Ibis

Latin, meaning ‘long-legged bird’.

Ibetesam

Arabic, meaning ‘smiling’.

Ichigo

Japanese, meaning ‘strawberry’.

Ichtaca

Aztec, meaning ‘secret’.

Ida

English, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Idahlia

Greek, meaning ‘child with a sweet disposition’.

Idalika

Arabic, meaning ‘queen’.

Idarah

American, meaning ‘social butterfly’.

Ide

Irish, meaning ‘thirsty’.

Idell

(alt. Idella)

English, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Idona

Nordic, meaning ‘renewal’.

Idra

Hebrew, meaning ‘fig tree’.

Ifama

African, meaning ‘all is well’.

Ife

African, meaning ‘art lover’.

Ignacia

Latin, meaning ‘ardent’.

Iha

Sanskrit, meaning ‘wish’.

Ila

French, meaning ‘island’.

Ilana

Hebrew, meaning ‘tree’.

Ilandere

American, meaning ‘woman of the moon’.

Ilaria

Italian, meaning ‘cheerful’.

Ildri

Scandinavian, meaning ‘fire’.

Ilene

American, meaning ‘light’.

Iliana

(alt. Ileana)

Greek, meaning ‘Trojan’.

Ilissa

American, meaning ‘noble kin’.

Ilka

Slavic, meaning ‘hardworking’.

Ilma

German alternative of Wilhelmina, meaning ‘helmet’.

Ilona

Hungarian, meaning ‘light’.

Ilsa

German, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Ilta

Finnish, meaning ‘born in the night’.

Ilyse

German, meaning ‘noble born’.

Ima

German, meaning ‘embraces everything’.

Imala

Native American, meaning ‘disciplines others’.

Iman

Arabic, meaning ‘faith’.

Imara

Hungarian, meaning ‘great ruler’.

Imari

Japanese, meaning ‘daughter of today’.

Imelda

German, meaning ‘all-consuming fight’.

Imogen

(alt. Imogene)

Latin, meaning ‘last-born’.

Ina

Latin, meaning ‘to make feminine’.

Inanna

Sumerian, meaning ‘lady of the sky’.

Inari

Finnish, meaning ‘lady of the lake’.

Inaya

Arabic, meaning ‘taking care’.

Inca

Indian, meaning ‘adventurer’.

India

(alt. Indie)

Hindi, from the country of the same name.

Indiana

Latin, meaning ‘from India’.

Indigo

Greek, meaning ‘deep blue dye’.

Indira

(alt. Inira)

Sanskrit, meaning ‘beauty’.

Indu

Hindi, meaning ‘woman of the moon’.

Inez

(alt. Ines)

Spanish, meaning ‘pure’.

Inga

(alt. Inge, Ingeborg, Inger)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘guarded by Ing’.

Ingrid

Scandinavian, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Inoke

Hawaiian, meaning ‘faithful’.

Insula

Native American, meaning ‘red feather’.

Intan

Indonesian, meaning ‘diamond’.

Io

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Ioanna

Greek, meaning ‘grace’.

Iola

(alt. Iole)

Greek, meaning ‘cloud of dawn’.

Iolana

Hawaiian, meaning ‘soaring like an eagle’.

Iolani

Hawaiian, meaning ‘fly like a hawkl’.

Iolanthe

Greek, meaning ‘violet flower’.

Iona

Greek, from the island of the same name.

Ione

Greek, meaning ‘violet’.

Iorwen

Welsh, meaning ‘fair’.

Iowa

Native American, meaning ‘beautiful land’.

Iphigenia

Greek, meaning ‘sacrifice’.

Ira

(alt. Iva)

Hebrew, meaning ‘watchful’.

Irene

(alt. Irelyn, Irena, Irina, Irini)

Greek, meaning ‘peace’.

Iria

American, meaning ‘rainbow’.

Irina

Russian, meaning ‘peace’.

Iris

Greek, meaning ‘rainbow’.

Irma

German, meaning ‘universal’.

Isabel

(alt. Isabelle, Isobel, Izabella)

Spanish, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Isabella

Spanish, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Isadora

Latin, meaning ‘gift of Isis’.

Isamu

Japanese, meaning ‘rock’.

Ishana

Hindi, meaning ‘desire’.

Isis

Egyptian, from the goddess of the same name.

Isla

(alt. Isa, Isela, Isley)

Scottish Gaelic, meaning ‘river’.

Isolde

Welsh, meaning ‘fair lady’.

Istas

Native American, meaning ‘snow’.

Itotia

Aztec, meaning ‘dance’.

Itzel

Spanish, meaning ‘rainbow’.

Ivana

Slavic, meaning ‘Jehovah is gracious’.

Ivette

Variation on Yvette, meaning ‘yew wood’.

Ivonne

Variation on Yvonne, meaning ‘yew wood’.

Ivory

Latin, meaning ‘white as elephant tusks’.

Ivria

Hebrew, meaning ‘a Hebrew woman’.

Ivy

English, from the plant of the same name.

Iwalani

Hawaiian, meaning ‘divine seagull’.

Ixia

South African, from the flower of the same name.

Iyeshia

American, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Ize

Native American, meaning ‘sun’.

Izzy

Spanish alternative to Isabella, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

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