Mermaid Names And Their Meaning From A to Z.

   Mermaid Names and Their Meaning from A to Z.

mermaid names and their meanings

Getting yourself a mermaid name is one part of the whole becoming a mermaid process.

Why?

when you hear your name spoken respectfully, it creates well being in the area of the brain that operates self awareness. and that is exactly what you need to create. the fealing and sense of a mermaid.

To further strengthen the importance of a mermaid name, a research was done. Researchers applied PET scan to find out the brain’s response whenever a person hears her/his first name spoken. they observed a strong cerberal change in the brain’s right superior temporalsulcus and an even stronger change of flow was observed in the medial prefrontal cortex. this suggest that this regions plays a big role in a persons processing of “self”.

So the smallest thing you can do to activate the inner mermaid in you is to get yourself a mermaid name and let people call you by that name whenever you go mermiading. for that i have created this list of mermaid names to choose from.

Aaralyn

Origin:America

Definition:with song

Acquanetta/Acquanette/Aquanette/Aquannette

Origin: Latin

Definition: water

Actassi

Origin:Chamoru

Definition: share the sea

Adamaris

Origin:Latin

Definition: “noble of the sea”

Adetokunbo

Origin :Yoruba

Definition: wears the crown of the sea/the crown from over the sea”

Adva

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: wave, ripple”

Aegaea

Origin: Latin America

Definition: “from the Aegean sea”)

Aerwyna

Origin: England

Definition: “friend of the sea”)

Agua/Aqua/Aquala

Origin: Spanish/Portuguese/Latin

Definition: “water”

Ahti/Ahto

Origin: Finnish;

Definition: “the sea”

Airavata/Airvata

Origin: Indian

Definition: “child of water”

Akilah/Aqila

Origin: Arabian

Definition: “matchless pearl”

Alamar/Alomar

Origin: Spanish

Definition: “to the sea, get closer to the sea”

Ali’ikai/Aliikai

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: “king/queen of the sea”

Almeta

Origin: Danish

Definition: “pearl”)

Amanzi

Origin: Xhosa/Zulu

Definition: “water”

Amarine

Origin: French

Definition: “aquamarine”)

Amberly

Origin: America

Definition: “ruler of the jewels”)

Ambra

Origin: French

Definition: “jewel, gemstone”)

Ambre

Origin: French

Definition: “jewel”)

Amphitrite

Origin: Greek

Definition: “around the sea, on both sides of the sea”

Anahita

Origin: India

Definition: “goddess of the waters”)

Anat/Anatu

Origin: Ugaritic

Definition: “water spring”

Annemette

Origin: Danish

Definition: “bitter pearl”)

Apanie

Origin: Australia

Definition: “water”)

Apason/Apsu

Origin: Babylonian/Assyrian

Definition: “watery deep”

Aphra/Aphrodisia/Aphrodisios/Aphrodisiu/Aphrodite

Origin: Greek

Definition: “risen from the sea foam”

Aphrodite

Origin: Greece

Definition: “once who has risen up from the sea foam”)

Aqua

Origin: Greek

Definition: “of the water”)

Aqualina/Aqualine

Origin: English

Definition: “tender water, light water”

Aquamarine

Origin: Latin

Definition: “color of sea water”

Aquanetta

Origin:English

Definition: “contemporary created name”)

Aquaria

Origin: American

Definition: “of the water”)

Aquario/Aquarius

Origin: Portuguese/Latin

Definition: “water bearer”

Arcelia

Origin: Spanish

Definition: “treasure chest”)

Arethousa

Origin: Greek

Definition: “the waterer”

Aria

Origin:Italian

Definition: “solo melody”)

Arlen/Arlyn

Origin: Cornish

Definition: “water battle”

Arnav

Origin: Sanskrit/Hindu

Definition: “ocean, stream, sea, wave”, “the sea”

Arvia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: “from the seashore”)

Arwa

Origin: Arabian

Definition: “pure water, mountain goats”

Asherah

Origin: Ugaritic

Definition: “she who treads on the sea”

Assana

Origin: Irish

Definition: “waterfall”)

Atl

Origin: Nahuatl

Definition: “water”

Attwater/Atwater

Origin: Old English

Definition: “at the water”

Aukai/Aukai

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: “seafarer”

Avalon

Origin: Celtic

Definition: “island of apples”)

Aysu

Origin: Turkish

Definition: “moon water”

Ayuka

Origin: Japanese

Definition: sweet fish

Ayumi

Origin: Japanese

Definition: a sweet fish

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Bahari

Origin: Swahili

Definition: vast, ocean, sea

Bahia

Origin: Spanish

Definition: bay

Baia

Origin: Portuguese

Definition: bay

Beste

Origin: Turkish

Definition: melodic

Bethesda/Bethzatha

Origin: Greek

Definition: flowing water, house of mercy

Bijou

Origin: French

Definition: jewel-like

Bijoux

Origin: French

Definition: jewels

Binda

Origin: Australia

Definition: deep water

Bisera

Origin: Russian/Serbian

Definition: beads, pearls

Bitxilore

Origin: Basque

Definition: pearl

Bohai

Origin: Chinese

Definition: sea waves

Bo-Lin

Origin: Chinese

Definition: sea/waves, forest

Brimlad

Origin: England

Definition: seaway

Brooklynn/Brooklynne/Brooks/Brooky

Origin: Old English/Old German

Definition:  water, small stream

Buziba

Origin: Ganda

Definition: deep water, open water

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Cadence

Origin: English

Definition: beat, rhythm

Cadenza

Origin: Italian

Definition: musical term

Calder

Origin: Welsh

Definition: violent water

Calista

Origin: Greek

Definition: woman of most beauty

Calliope

Origin: Greek

Definition: beautiful voiced

Callisto

Origin: Greek

Definition: a mythological nymph

Calypso

Origin: Greek

Definition: she who hides, an island nymph, musical genre

Caniad

Origin: English/Welsh

Definition: song

Cannia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: song

Canta

Origin: Latin America

Definition: song

Cantata

Origin: Italian

Definition: musical composition with vocal elements

Cantrelle

Origin: French

Definition: song

Cappella

Origin: Italian

Definition: musical term

Carmea

Origin: Latin America

Definition: song

Carmencita

Origin: Spanish

Definition: song

Carmia

Origin: English

Definition: song

Carmina

Origin: English

Definition: song

Carminda

Origin: Spanish

Definition: beautiful song

Carmine

Origin: Italy

Definition: song

Carmita

Origin: English

Definition: song

Carmya

Origin:English

Definition: song

Carrie

Origin: America

Definition: melody, song

Cascata

Origin: Italy

Definition: waterfall

Ceto

Origin: Greece

Definition: goddess of the sea

Ceto/Keto

Origin: Latin/Greek

Definition: sea monster

Chalsie

Origin: America

Definition: seaport

Chantae

Origin: French

Definition: singer, to sing

Chantal

Origin: French

Definition: singer, to sing

Chantalle

Origin: French

Definition: singer, to sing

Chantara

Origin: Thai

Definition: moon water

Chantay

Origin: French

Definition: singer, to sing

Chante

Origin:French

Definition: singer, to sing

Chantel

Origin: French

Defintion: singer, to sing

Charmaine

Origin: English

Definition: song

Chaschunka

Origin: Winnebago

Definition: wave

Chaunte

Origin: French

Definition: singer, to song

Chau

Origin: Vietnamese

Definition: pearl

Chaylse

Origin: England

Definition: seaport

Chelsi

Origin: America

Definition: seaport

Chowliawu

Origin: Hopi

Definition: joined together by water

Chubasca

Origin: Chamoru

Definition: sea storm

Claramay/Claramae

Origin: English

Definition: bright pearl, bright rebel

Clyte

Origin: Greece

Definition: a water nymph

Cora

Origin: Greek

Definition: maiden

Coralia

Origin: Greek

Definition: like coral

Coralie

Origin: English

Definition: variant of Coral

Coralin

Origin: Greece

Definition: from the coral of the sea

Coraline

Origin:English

Definition: from the semi-precious sea growth coral

Cordelia

Origin: Celtic/Welsh/English

Definition: of the sea, jewel of the sea, daughter of the sea

Cordula/Cordulla/Kordula/Kordulla

Origin: Welsh

Definition: sea jewel

Corentin/Corentine

Origin: Breton

Definition: hurricane, tempest

Corinna

Origin: Greek

Definition: maiden

Corisande

Origin: Greek

Definition: chorus singer

Coventina

Origin: Celtic

Definition: water goddess

Cyma/Seema

Origin: Latin

Definition: sprout, wave

Cyrene

Origin: Greek

Definition: name of a mythological nymph

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Dag

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: fish

Dar

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: mother-of-pearl, marble

Darya

Origin: Africa

Definition: river or sea

Darya/Derya

Origin: Persian

Definition: ocean, river, sea

Delbin

Origin: Greek

Definition: dolphin

Delfina

Origin: Spanish

Definition: dolphin

Delja

Origin: Polish

Definition: daughter of the sea

Delma

Origin: Spanish

Definition: of the sea

Delmar/Delmer/Delmor/Delmore

Origin: Spanish/Old French

Definition: of the sea

Delmara

Origin: Spanish

Definition: of the sea

Delmare

Origin: French

Definition: of the sea

Deloras

Origin: Latin America

Definition: from the seashore

Delphia

Origin: Spanish

Definition: dolphin

Delphina/Delphinios/Delphinius

Origin: Greek/Latin

Definition: of Delphi, of the dolphins

Delphine

Origin: French

Definition: dolphin

Deniz

Origin: Turkish

Definition: sea

Derya

Origin: Turkish

Definition: from the ocean

Dillan/Dillon/Dyl/Dylan/Dylana/Dylane/Dyllan/Dyllon/Dylon/Dylonn

Origin: Welsh

Definition: great sea, son of the sea

Donghai

Origin: Chinese

Definition: eastern sea

Dooriya

Origin: England

Definition: the sea

Dorea

Origin: Greece

Definition: of the sea

Doriana

Origin: Greece

Definition: of the sea

Dorie

Origin: Canada

Definition: the sea

Doris

Origin: Greece

Definition: sea

Dorrys/Dory/Dorys/Doryse/Doris

Origin: Persian/Greek/Hebrew

Definition: the sea

Dover

Origin: Welsh

Definition: water

Dreama

Origin: American

Definition: joyous music

Duana

Origin: Irish

Definition: song

Durdana

Origin: Africa

Definition: single pearl

Durriya

Origin: Arabic

Definition: pearl

Dylana

Origin: English

Definition: ocean-born

                                               E

Ea/Hea

Origin: Assyrian/Babylonian

Definition: house of water

Earwine

Origin: England

Definition: friend of the sea

Eathelin

Origin: English

Definition: noble waterfall

Ebba

Origin: English

Definition: flowing tide

Eber/Heber

Origin: Greek/Hebrew

Definition: the region beyond/on the other side of a sea

Echo

Origin: Greek

Definition: woman of sound

Edlen

Origin: English

Definition: noble waterfall

Edmar

Origin: Old English

Definition: wealthy sea

Eidothea

Origin: Greece

Definition: a sea nymph

Eldoris

Origin: Greece

Definition: of the sea

Ephyra

Origin: Latin America

Definition: daughter of Oceanus

Erwina

Origin: England

Definition: friend of the sea

Eula/Ula/Ulla/Ullo/Yulla

Origin: Scandinavian/Celtic/Hawaiian

Definition: wealthy, gem of the sea, sacred red

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Firtha

Origin: Scotland

Definition: arm of the sea

Fishel/Fishke

Origin: Yiddish

Definition: little fish

Fisher

Origin: Old English

Definition: fisherman

Fisk

Origin: Middle English

Definition: fish

Fo ka/Phokas

Origin: Russian/Greek

Definition: seal (animal)

Fontaine/Fontana/Fontane/Fontayne/Fonteyne

Origin: French/Italianfountain

Definition: water source

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Gal/Gala/Galit

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: mound, wave

Gale

Origin: English

Definition: sea storm

Galen/Galene

Origin: Greek

Definition: calm sea

Gali

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: wave

Galia

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: born in waves

Gatha

Origin: India

Definition: song

Gemma

Origin: Italian/French

Definition: jewel or gem

Gemmalyn

Origin: Latin America

Definition: gem, a jewel

Genevieve

Origin: Celtic/French

Definition: white wave

Genoveva

Origin: German

Definition: white wave

Gersemi

Origin: Scandinavia

Definition: jewel

Ghita

Origin: Italian/Greek

Definition: pearl

Ginevra

Origin: Italian

Definition: white shadow, white wave

Gita

Origin: India

Definition: song

Gracelynn

Origin: German

Definition: graceful as a waterfall

Gredel

Origin: Greece

Definition: pearl

Greta

Origin: German

Definition: pearl

Gretal

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Gretchen

Origin: German

Definition: pearl

Gretel

Origin: German/Scandinavian

Definition: pearl

Gretje

Origin: Netherlands

Definition: pearl

Grette

Origin: Danish

Definition: pearl

Griet

Origin: Dutch/Greek

Definition: pearl

Gryta

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Guinevere

Origin: English

Definition: white wave

Gyongyi

Origin: Hungarian

Definition: pearl

                                                      H

Hai

Origin: Chinese

Definition: sea

Halameda/Halette/Hali/Halimeda/Hallie/Meda/Medie

Origin: Greek

Definition: the sea

Hali

Origin: Greece

Definition: sea

Halimeda

Origin: Greece

Definition: thinking of the sea

Halwn/Halwyn

Origin: Welsh

Definition: salt

Havelock

Origin: Scandinavian

Definition: sea competition

Havilah

Origin: Biblical

Definition: stretch of sand

Hokuikekai

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: star of the sea

Hung

Origin: Chinese

Definition: deluge, flood

Hurlee/Hurleigh/Hurley/Hurly

Origin: Irish/Gaelic

Definition: sea tide

Hydra

Origin: Greek

Definition: water

                                                   I

Iara/Uira/Yara

Origin: Brazilian/Arabic

Definition: water lady, small butterfly

Imogen

Origin: Gaelic

Definition: young maiden

Inapo/Napo

Origin: Chamoru

Definition: wave

Inna

Origin: Russian

Definition: coming from water of strength

Irta

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Irvetta

Origin: English

Definition: friend of the sea

Irvina/Irving

Origin: Old English/Gaelic

Definition:  sea friend, green or fresh water

Isla

Origin: Spanish

Definition: island

Itsaso

Origin: Spanish

Definition: sea

Iwalani

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: royal seagull

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Jaladhi/Jaladi/Jeladhi/Jeladi

Origin: Hindi

Definition: ocean

Jammana

Origin: Arabic

Definition: pearl

Jauhera

Origin: Africa

Definition: jewel gem

Jeevika

Origin: India

Definition: water

Jemma

Origin: Italian

Definition: jewel or gem

Jeneil

Origin: America

Definition: champion wave

Jeneva

Origin: America

Definition: white wave

Jennis

Origin: America

Definition: wild wave

Jinhai

Origin: Chinese

Definition: golden sea

Johari

Origin: African/African-American

Definition: jewel

Jorie

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Jule

Origin: French

Definition: jewel

Juman/Jumanah

Origin: Arabian

Definition: pearl

Jumana

Origin: Arfican/Arabic

Definition: silver pearl

                                                K

Kai/Kaia

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: the sea

Kaikala

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: the sea and the sun

Kailani

Origin: America

Definition: sea and sky

Kailee

Origin: Hawaii

Definition: sea and sky

Kaimana

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: power of the sea

Kaiolohia

Origin: Hawaiian;

Definition: calm sea

Kairi

Origin: French,

Definition: song

Kallan

Origin: Scandinavia

Definition: flowing water

Kalliope

Origin: Greek

Definition: beautiful voice

Kanja

Origin: Hindi

Definition: born in water

Karmele

Origin: Spanish

Definition: song

Karmina

Origin: Israel

Definition: song, songstress

Kaydence

Origin: American

Definition: musical

Kelsey

Origin: English

Definition: from the island of ships

Kenda

Origin: English

Definition: child of clear, cool water

Kendhl

Origin: English

Definition: from the water

Kendra

Origin: English

Definition: water baby, magical

Kenn

Origin: Welsh

Definition: bright water

Keyna

Origin: Irish

Definition: a jewel

Kinipela

Origin: America

Definition: wave

Koral/Koralie/Korall/Koralline

Origin: Latin/Hebrew

Definition: coral, fate, destiny, luck

Kuma/Kyma

Origin: Greek

Definition: sprout/wave

                                                  L

Lage

Origin: Sweden

Definition: from the sea

Laguna

Origin: Italian

Definition: pond, lake, beach

Laine

Origin: Scandinavia

Definition: wave

Lamar/Lamarr/Lamarre/Lemar/Lemarr

Origin: Old French/Old German

Definition: the water, land famous

Lana

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: afloat, calm as still waters

Lanikai

Origin: America

Definition: heavenly sea

Laraine

Origin: Latin

Definition: sea gull, laurel

Lauralei

Origin: German

Definition: alluring, temptress

Leimomi

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: daughter of pearls

Leith

Origin: Scottish

Definition: flowing water

Leomaris

Origin: Latin

Definition: lion of the sea

Leucothea

Origin: Greece

Definition: a sea nymph

Leyati

Origin: Miwok

Definition: shaped like an abalone shell

Ligeia

Origin: Greek

Definition: a siren, clear-voiced, whistling

Lir/Llyr

Origin: Irish/Welsh

Definition: the sea

Lirit

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: musical

Lise

Origin: Miwok

Definition: salmon head rising above the water

Lorelay

Origin: Belgium

Definition: alluring

Lorelei

Origin: German

Definition: alluring

Lorren

Origin: Latin America

Definition: sea gull

Lula

Origin: Arabic

Definition: pearl

Lulu

Origin: African/Arabic

Definition: pearl

Lulwa

Origin:Arabic

Definition: pearl

Lyndal

Origin: Australia

Definition: a waterfall

Lyra

Origin: Greek

Definition: lyre, musical instrument

Lyric

Origin: Greek

Definition: lyric, songlike person

                                                   M

Maarit

Origin: Finnish/Greek

Definition: pearl

Madge

Origin: English/Greek

Definition: pearl

Maegan

Origin: Welsh/Irish

Definition: pearl

Maeve

Origin: Irish

Definition: goddess of song

Magaley/Magali/Magalie/Magaly/Maggali

Origin: French/Greek

Definition: pearl

Magan

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Maggie

Origin: Irish/English/Scottish/Greek

Definition: pearl

Maille

Origin: Irish

Definition: pearl

Mailsi

Origin: Irish

Definition: pearl

Maime/Mame/Mamie/Mayme

Origin: Latin

Definition: star of the sea

Mairead

Origin: Irish

Definition: pearl

Mairim/Mairin/Marin

Origin: Irish/Gaelic

Definition: star of the sea

Mairin

Origin: Ireland

Definition: goddess of the sea

Maisy

Origin: Scottish

Definition: pearl

Majori

Origin: French

Definition: pearl

Maleko

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: of the sea

Malgosia

Origin: Polish

Definition: pearl

Malila

Origin: Miwok

Definition: fast salmon swimming up a rippling stream

Mami/Moumis

Origin: Greek/Babylonian

Definition: the waters

Mamia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Mamie

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Manami

Origin: Japanese

Definition: love, beauty, sea

Mandara

Origin: Indian/Sanskirt

Definition: coral tree

Manee

Origin: Thai

Definition: precious stone

Mankalita

Origin: America

Definition: a pearl

Mano

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: passionate lover, shark

Mara

Origin: Israel

Definition: bitter sea

Marared

Origin: English

Definition: pearl

Marcail

Origin: Scottish

Definition: pearl

Marcus/Maris/Mars

Origin: Latin

Definition: defense, of the sea

Mare/Marin/Marine/Marinus

Origin: French/Latin

Definition: of the sea

Maree

Origin: French

Definition: ocean tides

Mareen

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Mareena

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Marella

Origin: Irish/Celtic

Definition: shining sea

Margalit

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: pearl

Margaret

Origin: Latin American/Greek

Definition: pearl

Margarete

Origin: German/Russian/Scandinavian

Definition: pearl

Margarethe

Origin: Danish

Definition: pearl

Margaretta

Origin: Russian

Definition: one of wisdom, pearl

Margarida

Origin: Catalan/Greek/Portuguese

Definition: pearl

Margarita

Origin: Spanish/Greek

Definition: pearl

Margaux

Origin: French

Definition: pearl

Marged

Origin: English/Welsh

Definition: pearl

Margeret

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Margie

Origin: English

Definition: pearl

Margit

Origin: German/Scandinavian/Hungarian

Definition: pearl

Margita

Origin: Czech

Definition: pearl

Margo

Origin: French/German

Definition: pearl

Margolo

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Margot

Origin: French

Definition: pearl

Margred

Origin: English/Welsh

Definition: pearl

Margreet

Origin: Netherlands

Definition: pearl

Margrete

Origin: Greek/Norwegian

Definition: pearl

Margrit

Origin: German

Definition: pearl

Marguerita

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Marguerite

Origin: French

Definition: pearl

Maria

Origin: Spanish

Definition: bitter sea

Mariah

Origin: American

Definition: bitter or from the sea

Mariam

Origin: Latin/Hebrew

Definition: star of the sea, grace

Mariana

Origin: Spanish

Definition: of the sea or bitter

Marianna

Origin: Latin

Definition: star of the sea, grace

Marianus/Marijan/Marius

Origin: Latin/Slavic

Definition: marine, of the sea

Maribeth

Origin: America

Definition: bitter sea

Marica

Origin: Latin American

Definition: a nymph

Maricia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Maridith

Origin: England

Definition: protector of the sea

Mariel

Origin: Germany

Definition: bitter sea

Marietta

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: sea of bitterness or sea of sorrow

Marilis/Marilla/Marlele

Origin: Danish

Definition: star of the sea, shining sea

Marilla

Origin: Irish/Celtic

Definition: shining sea

Marin

Origin: Latin

Definition: of the sea

Marina

Origin: Greek

Definition: from the sea

Marinda

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Marinka

Origin: Russian

Definition: of the sea

Marinna

Origin: Australia

Definition: a song

Marinochka

Origin: Russian

Definition: from the sea

Maris

Origin: Greece

Definition: of the sea

Marisa

Origin: Latin America/English

Definition: of the sea

Mariska

Origin: Hungary

Definition: stars of the sea, bitterness

Marisol

Origin: Cuba

Definition: sunny sea

Marissa

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Marit

Origin: Netherlands

Definition: pearl

Marita

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Maritza

Origin: German

Definition: of the sea

Marja

Origin: Scandinavia

Definition: sadness from the sea

Marjan

Origin: German

Definition: of the sea

Marjani

 Origin: African

Definition: coral

Marjeta

Origin: Czech

Definition: pearl

Marjorie

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Marloe/Marlow/Marlowe

Origin: Old English

Definition: driftwood, lake leavings

Marna

Origin: Danish/Latin

Definition: from the shore

Marnia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: maid of the sea

Marnie

Origin: America

Definition: from the sea

Marsali

Origin: Scottish/Gaelic

Definition: pearl

Marwarid

Origin: Africa

Definition: pearl jewel

Maryam/Maryan/Maryann/Maryanna/Maryanne

Origin: French /Hebrew

Definition: star of the sea, grace

Maryn

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Maryssa

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Masika

Origin: Swahili

Definition: born during a monsoon

Maya

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: water

Mayim

Origin: Hebrew,

Definition: water

Maylin

Origin: America

Definition: great waterfall

Mazie

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Mazzy

Origin: Israel

Definition: precious, a pearl

Mbizi

Origin: Egyptian

Definition: water

Meagan

Origin: Welsh/Irish

Definition: pearl

Meena

Origin: Indian/Sanskrit

Definition: gem

Megan

Origin: Welsh

Definition: pearl

Megan/Megane/Meghan/Meghann

Origin: English/French/Welsh/Irish

Definition: pearl

Megara

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Megen

Origin: English

Definition: pearl

Meggan

Origin: Welsh

Definition: pearl

Meghan

Origin: Welsh/Irish

Definition: pearl

Mele

Origin: America

Definition: song

Melodee

Origin: America

Definition: a beautiful song

Melodi

Origin: Greece

Definition: music, song

Melodie

Origin: English

Definition: variant of Melody

Melody

Origin: Greece/English

Definition: song-like

Meltem

Origin: Turkish

Definition: wind from the sea

Melusina/Melusine

Origin: German

Definition: wonder, sea-fog

Meredith

Origin: Celtic/Welsh

Definition: protector of the sea, guardian of the sea

Mererid

Origin: English/Welsh

Definition: pearl

Meret

Origin: German

Definition: pearl

Merete

Origin: Danish/Greek

Definition: pearl

Meri

Origin: Finnish

Definition: sea

Meribel/Meribella/Meribelle

Origin: Latin

Definition: star of the sea, beautiful

Meridith/Merridie/Merry

Origin: Welsh

Definition: sea lord

Meriel

Origin: Irish/Celtic/English

Definition: shining sea, shining sea

Meri

Origin: Finnish

Definition: the sea

Meris

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea

Merletta

Origin: Gaelic

Definition: shiny sea

Merryn

Origin: English

Definition: wave of the seas

Meryl

Origin: Celtic

Definition: bright sea

Mesi

Origin: Egypt

Definition: water

Meta

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Metta

Origin: Scandinavia

Definition: pearl

Mettalise

Origin: Danish

Definition: graceful pearl, elegant pearl

Mette

Origin: Danish

Definition: pearl

Mia

Origin: Scandinavian

Definition: of the sea or bitter

Mindel

Origin: Israel

Definition: sea of bitterness

Mingzhu

Origin: Chinese

Definition: bright pearl

Minnie

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: sea or bitterness, mistress or lady of the sea

Mira

Origin: Latin/Slavic/Arabic/Sanskrit

Definition: admirable, peace, female ruler, ocean

Miriam

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: of the sea or bitter

Misty

Origin: English

Definition: mist

Moana

Origin: America

Definition: ocean

Moana

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: wide expanse of water

Mokosh

Origin: Slavic

Definition: wet

Molly

Origin: Irish/Latin

Definition: star of the sea

Molpe

Origin: Latin American

Definition: siren

Momilani

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: pearl from heaven

Morcant

Origin: Welsh

Definition: sea-bright

Morgaine

Origin: Welsh/English

Definition: bright sea

Morgan

Origin: Celtic/Welsh

Definition: lives by the sea, bright sea, the edge of the sea

Morgance

Origin: Celtic/Irish

Definition: dweller of the sea

Morgann

Origin: Welsh/English

Definition: bright sea

Morgause/Orcades

Origin: French/Latin

Definition: Isle of Orkey, whale island

Morgin/Morgun/Morrgan

Origin: Welsh/Old English

Definition: circling sea, great brightness, white sea dweller

Morino/Moris/Morris

Origin: Irish/Latin/Hebrew

Definition: star of the sea, wished for child, rebellion, sea of bitterness

Moritasgus

Origin: Celtic

Definition: imperator or ruler of the sea

Morough/Morrough/Morrow/Morrowe/Murrow

Origin: Celtic

Definition: sea warrior

Mort/Mortimer/Morty/Mortymer

Origin: Old French

Definition: dead sea

Morvarid

Origin: Persian

Definition: pearl-like

Morwenna

Origin: Welsh/English

Definition: maiden, sea wave

Moselle

Origin: Hebrew/Israeli

Definition: from the water

Muiel

Origin: Irish

Definition: knows the sea

Muireall/Muireann/Muirgheal/Muiriol

Origin: Irish Gaelic

Definition: sea-fair

Muirenn/Muirgen/Murin/Murron

Origin: Irish Gaelic

Definition: born of the sea

Muirgheal

Origin: Irish

Definition: knows the sea

Murdock/Murtagh/Murtaugh

Origin: Gaelic/Scottish/Irish

Definition: sea protector

Murel

Origin: Irish

Definition: knows the sea

Muriel

Origin: Celtic

Definition: shining sea

Muriel/Muriella/Murielle

Origin: Irish/Gaelic

Definition: sparkling, shining sea

Murphie/Murphy

Origin: Irish/Gaelic

Definition: sea warrior

Musetta

Origin: French

Definition: a song

                                                       N
Nafisa

Origin: Arabic

Definition: precious gem

Nagina

Origin: Africa

Definition: gem pearl

Nahuatl

Origin: Nahuatl

Definition: four waters

Naia

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: to flow

Naiadia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: a nymph

Naida

Origin: Arabic/Greek

Definition: water nymph

Naiya

Origin: Greek

Definition: water nymph

Nakendra

Origin: American

Definition: water baby, magical

Nami

Origin: Japanese

Definition: wave

Nanami

Origin: Japanese

Definition: seven seas

Nane/Nanu/Nun

Origin: Egyptian/Hebrew

Definition: a fish

Nanshe

Origin: Sumerian

Definition: enclosure of fish

Nautia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: from the sea

Nebraska

Origin: Sioux/English

Definition: flat water

Negeen

Origin: Persian

Definition: gem

Neifion/Neptune/Neptunus/Netuno

Origin: Welsh/Latin/Portuguese

Definition: moist, wet

Neith

Origin: Egyptian

Definition: water, weaver

Nereid

Origin: Greece

Definition: the sea nymphs

Neri

Origin: Hebrew/Greek

Definition: burning light or ocean spirit

Nerida

Origin: Greek

Definition: sea nymph, mermaid

Nerin

Origin: Greece

Definition: a neried, one from the sea

Nerina

Origin: Greece

Definition: a sea nymph

Nerine

Origin: Greece

Definition: a neried, one from the sea

Nerine/Nerio/Ninfa/Nireida

Origin: Spanish/Greek/Italian/Latin

Definition: sea nymph/wet one

Nerissa

Origin: Latin America/Greek

Definition: daughter of the sea, nymph of the sea

Nerita

Origin: Spanish

Definition: sea snail

Niada/Nyad/Nyada

Origin: Greek

Definition: water nymph

Nirveli

Origin: India

Definition: from the water

Nirvelli

Origin: America

Definition: water child

Nixie

Origin: German

Definition: water sprite

Nori

Origin: Japanese

Definition: seaweed

                               O
Ocean/Oceana/Oceania/Oceanus/Okenanos

Origin: Greek

Definition: ocean

Oceane

Origin: French

Definition: ocean

Odele

Origin: English/Greek

Definition: song

Odelette

Origin: French

Definition: little song

Omarosa

Origin: Babylonian

Definition: the sea

Omi

Origin: Yoruba

Definition: water…also the Xiaolin Dragon of Water

Ondine

Origin: French

Definition: wave of water

Orman/Ormand

Origin: Old German/Old English

Definition: seaman; spear man

Ormanda

Origin: Germany,

Definition: of the sea

Orton

Origin: Old English

Definition: shore settlement

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Paaie

Origin: Manx

Definition: pearl

Palasha

Origin: Russian

Definition:  open sea

Pania

Origin: Maori

Definition: mythological sea maiden

Pasha

Origin: Greek

Definition: of the ocean

Pavati

Origin: Hopi

Definition: clear water

Pearl/Pearle/Pearlie/Perla/Perle/Perlie/Perlita

Origin: English/Italian/Yiddish/Spanish

Definition: pearl

Peggy

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Peigi

Origin: Irish

Definition: pearl

Pelagia/Pelagie/Pellagia

Origin: Greek

Definition: of the sea

Pelagius/Pelayo

Origin: Russian/Latin/Greek

Definition: of the sea

Pelei/Poli

Origin: Swiss

Definition: of the sea

Penina

Origin: Hebrew/Israeli

Definition: pearl

Penina/Peninah/Peninna/Peninnah

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: red coral, pearl

Peninna

Origin: Israel

Definition: pearl coral

Peninnah

Origin: Israel

Definition: pearl

Perla

Origin: Italian/Latin/Spanish

Definition: pearl, gemstone

Pessa

Origin: Yiddish

Definition: pearl

Philomela

Origin: Greece

Definition: a lover of song

Philomena

Origin: Greek

Definition: one who loves songs

Philyra

Origin: Greek

Definition: love of music

Phorcys/Phorkys

Origin: Latin/Greek

Definition: of the sea

Poncio/Pontius/Pontos/Pontus

Origin: Spanish

Definition: of the sea, seaman

Portumnis/Portunus

Origin: Roman

Definition: of the harbor

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Raga

Origin: Sankrit

Definition: color or melody

Ragni

Origin: Indian/Sanskrit

Definition: melody

Raidne

Origin: Latin America

Definition: siren

Rani

Origin: Hindi

Definition: she is singing

Ranita
Origin: HebrewDefinition: song
Reatha

Origin: Greek

Definition: pearl

Reba

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: joyous melody

Reeta

Origin: Finnish/Greek

Definition: pearl

Rhapsody

Origin: French

Definition: musical term

Rina

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: joyful song

Rita

Origin: Spanish

Definition: pearl

Riva

Origin: French

Definition: bank, coast

Rivage

Origin: French

Definition: shore

Riya

Origin: Sanskrit

Definition: vocalist

Rona

Origin: Irish

Definition: sea

Ronat

Origin: Irish/Celtic

Definition: seal

Ronelle

Origin: English

Definition: powerful seas

Rosemary

Origin: Latin

Definition: sea dew

Rusalka

Origin: Slavic

Definition: name of a water nymph

Rutna

Origin: Thai

Definition: gem

Ryba

Origin: Czech Republic

Definition: fish

                                             S

Sadaf

Origin: Arabian

Definition: pearl oyster shell

Sagara

Origin: India

Definition: ocean

Salila

Origin: India

Definition: water

Sango

Origin: Japanese

Definition: coral

Sania

Origin: Hindi

Definition: pearl

Sarila

Origin: Turkey

Definition: water flood

Scylla

Origin: Greek

Definition: sea monster

Seabert/Seabright/Sebert/Seibert

Origin: Old English

Definition: shining sea

Seabrook/Seabrooke

Origin: Old English

Definition: stream near the sea

Seabury

Origin: Old English

Definition: settlement near the sea

Seager/Seeger/Segar/Seger

Origin: Old English

Definition: sea fighter

Seaman/Seamen

Origin: Old English

Definition: a sailor

Seaton/Seeton/Seton

Origin: Old English

Definition: town by the sea

Serwa

Origin: Africa

Definition: jewel

Sewald/Sewall/Sewell/Seward/Sewed/Siward

Origin: Old English

Definition: sea strong, sea guardian, victory guardian

Shantell

Origin: America

Definition: song

Shasa

Origin: Africa

Definition: precious water

Sheera

Origin: Israel

Definition: a song

Shinju

Origin: Japanese

Definition: pearl

Shira

Origin: Israel

Definition: a song

Shiri

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: song of my life

Shoney

Origin: Irish

Definition: sea god

Shui

Origin: Chinese

Definition: coming from water

Sidney

Origin: English

Definition: from a large island

Sirena

Origin: Greek

Definition: siren, enchantress

Sirene

Origin: French

Definition: mermaid

Sirenia

Origin: Latin

Definition: order of aquatic mammals like the dugong and manatee

Sirina

Origin: Greek

Definition: named for the sirens

Skari

Origin: Old Norse

Definition: sea-mew

Sonatina

Origin: Italian

Definition: musical term

Sonnet

Origin: English/Italian

Definition: little song

Stanmere/Stanmore

Origin: Old English

Definition: stone lake

Stillman

Origin: Middle English

Definition: fisherman

Su

Origin: Turkish

Definition: water

Sydel/Sydelle/Sydnee/Sydney/Sydnie

Origin: Old English

Definition: wide island

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Tacoma/Tahoma/Tekoma/Tocoma

Origin: Puyallup

Definition: that frozen water

Tahoe

Origin: Native American Indian

Definition: big water

Takara

Origin: Japanese

Definition: treasure, jewel

Taki

Origin: Japanese

Definition: plunging water fall

Talassa/Thalass/Thalassa

Origin: Greek

Definition: sea, ocean

Talise

Origin: Native American

Definition: lovely water

Tallula/Tallulah/Talulla/Talullah

Origin: Choctaw

Definition: leaping water

Tama

Origin: Japan

Definition: jewel

Tamami

Origin: Japanese

Definition: beautiful gem

Taraneh

Origin: Persia

Definition: song

Tarni

Origin: Australia

Definition: salt water, wave, surf

Tasi

Origin: Chamoru

Definition: bay, ocean, sea

Tegeen

Origin: America

Definition: pearl harvest

Teles

Origin: Latin America

Definition: siren

Tempest

Origin: English/America

Definition: stormy

Tempeste

Origin: French

Definition: stormy

Tethys

Origin: Greece

Definition: wife of Oceanus

Thalassa

Origin: Greece

Definition: the sea

Thelxepeia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: a siren

Tiamat/Tauthe/Tihamtu

Origin: Akkadian/Chaldean/Babylonian

Definition: the sea

Tina

Origin: English

Definition: like a river

Toccata

Origin: Italian

Definition: musical term

Trai

Origin: Vietnamese

Definition: oyster

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Uhin

Origin: Basque

Definition: ocean wave

Ula

Origin: Ireland

Definition: jewel of the sea

Una

Origin: Celtic/Welsh

Definition: white wave

Undina

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the waves

Unnr

Origin: Old Norse

Definition: wave”

Upala

Origin: India

Definition: jewel

Ur

Origin: Basque

Definition: water

                                                 V

Valdete

Origin: Albanian

Definition: sea waves

Valmir/Valmira

Origin: Albanian

Definition: good wave

Vanora

Origin: Irish/Welsh

Definition: white wave

Varoun/Varun

Origin: Hindi

Definition: water god

Varuna

Origin: India

Definition: wife of the sea

Vela

Origin: Sanskirt

Definition: shore, coast

Vellamo

Origin: Finnish

Definition: to surge, to swell

Venilia

Origin: Latin America

Definition: of the sea and winds

Vevay

Origin: Irish

Definition: a white wave

Vilmaris

Origin: Greece

Definition: protector from the sea

Vinh

Origin: Vietnamese

Definition: bay, gulf

                                             W
Wainani

Origin: Hawaiian

Definition: beautiful water

Wanwisa

Origin: Thailand

Definition: goddess of the sea

Warton/Wharton

Origin: Old English

Definition: shore or bank settlement

Waterford

Origin: Old English

Definition: ford over the water

Wave

Origin: English

Definition: moving ripple on liquid or ocean

Wenda

Origin: English

Definition: white wave

Whitney

Origin: English

Definition: white island

Winefred

Origin: Welsh

Definition: white wave

                                                            Y
Yahaira

Origin: Arabia

Definition: jewel

Yalgonata

Origin: Polish

Definition: pearl

Yara

Origin: Australia

Definition: a seagull

Yareli

Origin: Native American

Definition: water lady

                                              Z

Zale/Zayle

Origin: Greek

Definition: sea-strength

Zenevieva

Origin: Slovakia

Definition: white wave

Zhu

Origin: Chinese

Definition: pearl

Zimra

Origin: Hebrew

Definition: song

 

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