Mermaid Names And Their Meaning From A to Z.

   Mermaid Names and Their Meaning from A to Z.

A name is a term used to identify us. They identify a specific group and mermaid names identify individual mermaids, not necessarily uniquely.  Here is a list of mermaid names, choose the one that identifies you, have a rhythm and meaning reflecting your culture and inner mermaid.

 

A

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

                                             B

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

                                 C

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

                                         D

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

                                           F
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

                                               G

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

                                                   J

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

                                              P

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

                                                  R

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: Hebrew

Definition: 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

                                                U

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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