One syllable girl names are a lot of fun because they’re easy to say, spell, and remember. But just because your child has one syllable in her name doesn’t mean it’s going to be an ordinary name. There are plenty of words that have only one letter, like A or M. And there are also some really weird and wonderful facts about girls with single syllables in their names! We’re going to tell you about 13 of them today.
One syllable girl names are a lot of fun because they’re easy to say, spell, and remember. But just because your child has one syllable in her name doesn’t mean it’s going to be an ordinary name. There are plenty of words that have only one letter, like A or M. And there are also some really weird and wonderful facts about girls with single syllables in their names! We’re going to tell you about 13 of them today:
-Ava (also means “bird”)
-April (means “to open” and is the start of spring)
-Evelyn (means “well-born”)
We hope you’ve enjoyed this article on girls with one syllable in their names. From now on, if anyone ever asks what your daughter’s name is and it has only one letter, you can proudly reply: Hannah!
This blog post will cover 13 bizarre facts about one syllable girl names. Many people think that all single syllables are common or easy to pronounce but really there are some pretty weird ones out there (like X!). We’re going to talk about Ava which means bird; April for opening of springtime; Emily meaning strength; Evelyn meaning well born. This blog post will also give examples of how these types of words might be used as a first or middle name.
What are some one syllable girl names? There’s a long list of them including: Ava, April, Ashley, Elaine, Evelyn and many others which you’ll be able to read about in this blog post!
Why should I care about girls with one syllable names? You might not think they’re all that common but there are some pretty unusual ones out there – plus most people don’t know the meaning behind these types of words so it will make for an interesting conversation starter! We hope you enjoy reading 13 bizarre facts about one syllable girl names as much as we enjoyed compiling them together for you. From now on if anyone asks what your daughter’s name is and it has only one letter, you’ll have more than one answer to pick from!
Learn about some of the weirdest and most wonderful facts that surround girls with only a single syllable as their name. From Ashley’s middle name being Lynn, to how Evelyn means “toward God” in Hebrew – these short names sure are interesting!
The first thing we noticed when looking for unusual girl names was selecting those who were an “A,” such as Ava or April. There is no shortage of options when it comes to singular-syllabic girl names. Try browsing through this list for your next baby’s moniker: Abby, Alaina, Anaïs, Angela, Angelica (or Angie), Ariana (also called
Ana: This girl’s name means “grace, mercy.”
Mia: Mia is of Arabic origin. It means “lovely.”
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Aria: The word ‘aria’ derives from Greek meaning ‘air’ or ‘song sung to an air accompaniment.’ Ariana is also sometimes spelled as Aryana which means ‘princess.’
Nova: Nova might be short for Novalie (Latin) meaning new; Nova-jade which could be a shortening of the word nova-green; or Nova meaning “a star that suddenly becomes brighter and then gradually fades from sight.
Nisha: Nisha is a Sanskrit name which means light, bright.
Poppy: Poppy has been used as an English given name for centuries but its etymology is unknown. There are two possible origins – one being derived from “pop” meaning to break out in bubbles like yeast after fermenting beer, wine, etc., while another origin points back to Latin where it was originally spelled papo (meaning ‘to eat’). In ancient Rome when parents would save their child’s first piece meat until they were old enough to chew on solid food, this dish was called pappa.
Nova-jade: Nova is a Latin word for new, meaning ‘something that has just come into existence’. Jade refers to the green gemstone found in China. This name could be derived from two words – nova and jade; or it may also refer to the Spanish word “nuevo” which means something that was recently created (similarly, this name could mean new).
In other languages such as Hebrew, Hindi, Arabic and Farsi there are many variations of names with one syllable including Nafisa (Hindi), Nawwara (Arabic) and Nevisar (Persian). These all share similar meanings like brightness.
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Kade: Kade is a variant of the English name Cadence. It could also be derived from two words – kadi (someone who commands) or cadet; meaning someone waiting to take over as leader when an older person retires or passes away.
Masumi: Masum means “good deeds”. The word masumiyat refers to good morality that involves being charitable in giving alms, showing kindness to others and having gratitude for what has been given by God’s grace. There are no one-syllable variations in Arabic language but some Muslim babies may have this name because it only consists of letters with either مس د أ or مس د ا.
Jenna: Jenna is a variant of the Old Norse name Gyðna, meaning “rainbow” and it may be related to Old English words for water, such as gian (to flow) or geona (wetness). It could also derive from an Irish word jainne which means “young”. Alternatively, this name can come from Russian Jana meaning “God is gracious”. As you know in Arabic letters are written with dots underneath them so when we write Jenna without any dots underneath it would look like Ghaena but if we add the dot on top then it becomes Janah .
Source: Name Meanings by Nicky’s World
Helen: The name Helen might be a short form of the Hebrew Elisabeth. It was popularized by Hellenistic Greeks and Romans, who gave it to venerated women such as Helen of Troy or Helena of Constantinople. In Greek mythology, she is known for being one of three mortal women in history to have been both worshipped as goddesses (along with Semiramis and Phryne), and also lusted after by gods (Aphrodite; Apollo).
Irene: Irene means peace which originates from Middle English iren meaning ‘peaceful’. This name became accepted in Germany towards the end of the 19th century when Kaiser Wilhelm II married Princess Augusta Victoria at this time. She had formerly been known as Princess Auguste-Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. Kate: Kate means ‘pure’. This name has been popular in England since the Middle Ages, but it is speculated that its origins are from a diminutive form of Katherine or Catherine. In Hebrew, this name means “gift”. Jenna: Jenna originates from an old English word meaning gentle and friendly which was also used to mean fair young woman with good moral character. The surname Johnston may have originated from Jennes – Old French for Johnny (meaning john). It’s possible then that Jennah might be derived from Jonita – coming possibly from Joanisia/Jonitisia which was Latinized as Janeta. A second