If you still do not have a name for your girl we propose these ten names that have the common characteristic of signifying goodness haciendo, referring to the noble and good attitude of those who wear it. Some of these names are very popular, and others less, have different origins but they all come
If you still do not have a name for your girl we propose these ten names that have the common characteristic of signifying goodness haciendo, referring to the noble and good attitude of those who wear it.Some of these names are very popular, and others less, have different origins but they all come together in a common meaning or meaning.
10 girl names related to nobility and kindness
It is a name of Hebrew origin widely used in the United States. The adaptation in Spain would be Rebecca. She was the wife of Yitzchak, one of the four matriarchs, according to the Torah and was known for her great kindness.2. Suni.
Suni is a name of Korean origin. Its abbreviation and variant is Sun. Highlight the goodness of the person. 3. Bona.
This name comes from Latin and means 'good'. Its use was frequent both in Italy and in Spain during the Middle Ages. However, there is another theory about this name, which ensures that its origin is Greek. Bona's name would come from 'Bona Dea', the goddess of fertility. 4. Ela.
Ela refers to the woman who is noble and is of Anglo-Norman origin. She also believes that she can derive from Erla, 'the noble one'. One of its best known variants is Ella, as the name of the daughter of the singer David Bisbal. 5. Adela.
Adela is a feminine proper name of Germanic origin that means noble and true. Its variant is Alicia. 6. Sweet.
Spanish name meaning kindness and docility. It is the name of the Spanish poet and narrator Dulce Chacón. They usually celebrate their saint on September 12. 7. Ophelia.
Name of Greek origin refers to the woman who helps others. It is the love of Hamlet in the work of William Shakespeare and the character of the comic secretary of 'Mortadelo y Filemón', created by Francisco Ibáñez. 8. Olivia.
It is a name derived from Oliva. It means the one that protects peace and is good and is of Latin origin. It also has other variants such as Oliva or Olivera. Highlight the actress and Australian singer Olivia Newton-John and the Spanish actress Olivia Molina. 9. Águeda.
Name of Greek origin. It refers to a good, noble and virtuous woman. Its meaning in Spanish would be Agata. She was a Sicilian martyr and is the patroness of women. 10. Ana.
It is a very popular name among girls and very used with other names (Ana María, Ana Belén ...). It comes from the Hebrew and means beneficial, compassionate, good. Among its variants we can find among others: Anabel, Anastasia, Arabela or Anabella, among others. Cristina González Hernando.