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Biblical Christian Female girl Baby Names

Christian Baby Names Biblical Names with Meanings

Are you searching for a Christian Baby Name for your baby girl or new born baby boy but are unsure where to start? Below, you will find (hopefully) some inspiration to get you started on your baby name search. Feel free to browse the alphabetic listing of Christian Boy Names and Christian Girl Baby Names below.

This is a collection of popular Christian male boy baby names. The term Christian names often confuses and to make clear, these originate from two main sources: the Bible and from the saints who have been created throughout church history. In some Western cultures the first name is also called the christian name with no real link to the Bible or the saints. Even in an increasingly secular society, Christian first names are still as popular as ever.

This section is a little different from the rest of the site where the meaning of the baby name is only given. It is the intention to give a little story or background to some of these biblical Christian names in addition to the meaning.

You may also be interested in the Hebrew Girls name pages

 
  Basilea  
  feminine form of Basil  
  Bathsheba  
  (bath-she-buh) originating in the Hebrew (bath) meaning daughter and sheba meaning 7th. Most famous being the woman with whom David commits adultery when her husband(Uriah) was fighting in Israels army.  
  Beatrice  
  (beer-tris) from Latin meaning bringer of happiness. Patron saint of prisoners.  
  Beatrix  
  Variant of Beatrice.  
  Beattie  
  Variant of Beatrice.  
  Beauty  
  (bew-ti) from Latin word bellus.  
  Bee  
  shortened/Variant of Beatrice.  
  Bel  
  (bel) originates in Akkadian meaning master or Lord. The most famous being the god of Babylon.  
  Bernadette  
  (ber-na-det) which is the feminine form of Bernard. Most famous being the French visionary who at the age of 14 experienced the first of 18 visions of the Virgin Mary.  
  Bernice  
  (ber-nees) originates in Greek, meaning victorious. Referred to in Acts 25:13.  
  Bertha  
  (ber-thuh) from Old German and means bright. Most famous was the Frankish princess and Queen of England who helped with the conversion of her husband King Ethelbert.  
  Bethany  
  (beth-uh-nee) from Hebrew and means "from the house of song". Refers to two places in the gospels near Jerusalem and also one east of the Jordan river. Referred to in Mark 14, John 1:28 and also Matt. 21:17  
  Brenda  
  female variant of Brendan which originated in the Irish Breanainn from Gaelic meaning prince.  
  Callista  
  (ka-list-uh) originates in the Greek "Kallistos" meaning beautiful. The name is directly derived from the Greek name of a huntress in the myth of Callisto, who was loved by Zeus. The name Callisto was changed to the common Callista due to its latin form. Most famously, the male derivative, was the name of three Popes.  
  Camilla  
  Female variant of Camillus. Most famous being the name of a legendary warrior maiden of the Volsci, as told by Virgil in the 'Aeneid'.  
  Camille  
  Female variant of Camillus. Most famous being the name of a legendary warrior maiden of the Volsci, as told by Virgil in the 'Aeneid'.  
  Candace  
  (kan-dis) originates in Ethiopian and means "one who possesses contrition" From the hereditary title of the queens of Ethiopia, as mentioned in Acts in the New Testament 8:27.  
 
 
  Candice  
  variant of Candace (kan-dis) originates in Ethiopian and means "one who possesses contrition" From the hereditary title of the queens of Ethiopia, as mentioned in Acts in the New Testament 8:27.  
  Candida  
  variant of Candace (kan-dis) originates in Ethiopian and means "one who possesses contrition" From the hereditary title of the queens of Ethiopia, as mentioned in Acts in the New Testament 8:27.  
  Candy  
  variant of Candace (kan-dis) originates in Ethiopian and means "one who possesses contrition" From the hereditary title of the queens of Ethiopia, as mentioned in Acts in the New Testament 8:27.  
  Carmel  
  (car-mel) originates in Hebrew and meaning garden. Also interpreted as meaning circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn. Mentioned in Joshua 12:22. The name of a Mountain range near Acre and where Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18)  
  Carmelita  
  variant of (car-mel) originates in Hebrew and meaning garden. Also interpreted as meaning circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn. Mentioned in Joshua 12:22. The name of a Mountain range near Acre and where Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18)  
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