Female "Water" Names
Ocean, sea, river, rain....


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Anglo Saxon     Back to top
  • Aedre "Stream"
  • Brimlad "Seaway"
  • Chelsea "Sea port"
  • Lyn "A cascade"
  • Lynn "A cascade"
  • Lynna "A cascade"
  • Lynne "A cascade"

Arabic     Back to top
  • Kawthar "River in Paradise"
  • Nadah "Dew, moisture"
  • Nadia "Having dew on the surface"
  • Nahla "A drink of water"
  • Nawfar "Water lily"

Armenian     Back to top
  • Araxie "A river said to inspire poetic expression"

Arthurian Legend     Back to top
  • Cotovatre "Name of a lake"
  • Lausanne "Lake Geneva"
  • Nimiane "The Lady of the Lake"
  • Nimue "The Lady of the Lake"
  • Nineve "The Lady of the Lake"
  • Nyneve "The Lady of the Lake"
  • Viviane "Another name for The Lady of the Lake"
  • Vivien "Another name for The Lady of the Lake"

Celtic     Back to top
  • Cordelia "Of the sea"
  • Coventina "Water goddess"
  • Genevieve "White wave"
  • Jennifer "White wave"
  • Jenny "White wave"
  • Jennyfer "White wave"
  • Jennyver "White wave"
  • Marella "Shining sea. Variant of Muriel."
  • Marilla "Shining sea. Variant of Muriel."
  • Meredith "Protector of the sea"
  • Morgan "Dweller of the sea"
  • Morgana "Dweller of the sea"
  • Morgance "Dweller of the sea"
  • Morgane "Dweller of the sea"
  • Muriel "Shining sea"
  • Ula "Sea jewel"
  • Una "White wave"

Dutch     Back to top
  • Adrie "From the Adriatic"

Egyptian     Back to top
  • Masika "Born during rain"
  • Mesi "Water"
  • Naunet "Mythical goddess of the ocean"
  • Tefnut "Atmospheric moisture"

English     Back to top
  • Aerwyna "Friend of the sea"
  • Beverlee "Beaver stream"
  • Beverley "Woman from the beaver meadow. Beaver stream."
  • Beverly "Woman from the beaver meadow. Beaver stream."
  • Brook "Water; stream"
  • Brooke "Water; stream"
  • Brooklyn "Water; stream"
  • Brooklynn "Water; stream"
  • Brooklynne "Water; stream"
  • Diona "From the sacred spring"
  • Diondra "From the sacred spring"
  • Dione "From the sacred spring"
  • Dionna "From the sacred spring"
  • Dionne "From the sacred spring
  • Earwine "Friend of the sea"
  • Earwyn "Friend of the sea"
  • Earwyna "Friend of the sea"
  • Eathelin "Noble waterfall"
  • Eathelyn "Noble waterfall"
  • Ebba "Flowing tide"
  • Edlen "Noble waterfall"
  • Edlin "Noble waterfall"
  • Edlyn "Noble waterfall"
  • Erwina "Friend of the sea"
  • Erwyna "Friend of the sea"
  • Genna "Variant of Jenny. "White wave"
  • Genny "Variant of Jenny. "White wave"
  • Irvetta "Friend of the sea"
  • Irvette "Friend of the sea"
  • Lin "Waterfall"
  • Lyn "Waterfall"
  • Lynn "Waterfall"
  • Meriel "Variant of Muriel "shining sea"
  • Orabel "Beautiful seacoast"
  • Orabelle "Beautiful seacoast"
  • Rilletta "Stream"
  • Rillette "Stream"
  • Tyna "River"
  • Tyne "River"
  • Vivian "In Malory's Mort d'Arthur Vivien was the Lady of the Lake"
  • Viviana "In Malory's Mort d'Arthur Vivien was the Lady of the Lake"
  • Vivianna "the Lady of the Lake"
  • Vivianne The Lady of the Lake"

Finnish     Back to top
  • Meri "Sea"

French     Back to top
  • Adreanna "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Adriane "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Adrianna "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Adrianne "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Adriene "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Adrienne "A woman from Adria (the Adriatic sea region). Also means "dark"
  • Chenelle "Canal; channel"
  • Delmare "Of the sea"
  • Fontanne "Fountain; spring"
  • Genevieve "Of the race of women. White wave"
  • Riva "From the shore"
  • Rive "From the shore"
  • Viviane "Variant of Vivian "The Lady of the Lake"
  • Vivien "Variant of Vivian "The Lady of the Lake"

Gaelic     Back to top
  • Kelby "Place by the fountain; spring"

German     Back to top
  • Genevieve "White wave"
  • Genoveva "White wave"
  • Genowefa "White wave"
  • Maritza "Of the sea"
  • Nixie "Little water sprite"
  • Rilla "Brook"
  • Rille "Brook"
  • Rillia "Brook"
  • Rillie "Brook"

Greek     Back to top
  • Amphitrite "A sea goddess"
  • Ceto "Goddess of the sea"
  • Dorea "Of the sea"
  • Doria "Of the sea"
  • Dorian "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Doriana "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Dorianna "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Dorianne "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Dorien "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Dorienne "Of the sea. Descendant of Dorus."
  • Eldoris "Of the sea"
  • Halimeda "Thinking of the sea"
  • Lethe "River of oblivion"
  • Leucothea "A sea nymph"
  • Leucothia "A sea nymph"
  • Naida "Water nymph"
  • Narissa "Sea nymph"
  • Nereida "Sea nymph"
  • Nereyda "Sea nymph"
  • Nerice "From the sea"
  • Nerida "Sea nymph"
  • Neried "The sea nymphs"
  • Nerina "The sea nymphs"
  • Nerine "The sea nymphs"
  • Nerissa "From the sea"
  • Nerita "From the sea"
  • Nireta "From the sea"
  • Pelagia "Dweller by the sea"
  • Scylla "A sea monster"
  • Styx "A river of the under world"
  • Tethys "Wife of Oceanus"
  • Thalassa "From the sea"

Hawaiian     Back to top
  • Kai "The sea"
  • Kaia "The sea"
  • Kailani "Sea and sky"
  • Lana "Afloat; calm as still waters"
  • Puakai "Ocean flower, sea blossom"

Hebrew     Back to top
  • Adva "Rippling water"
  • Dalis "Drawing water"
  • Dalit "Drawing water"
  • Galit "Fountain"
  • Moselle "From the water"
  • Tal "Dew of heaven"
  • Talia "Dew of heaven"
  • Talora "Morning's dew"
  • Talori "Morning's dew"
  • Talya "Dew of heaven"
  • Yardenah "From the river Jordan"

Indian     Back to top
  • Jeevika "Water"
  • Jharna "A spring"

Irish     Back to top
  • Assana "Waterfall"
  • Assane "Waterfall"
  • Avonmora "From the great river"
  • Leena "Wet meadow"
  • Marella "Shining sea. Variant of Muriel."
  • Marilla "Shining sea. Variant of Muriel."
  • Morgayne "Medieval form of Welsh "Morcan" meaning "bright sea"
  • Muiel "Knows the sea"
  • Muirgheal "Knows the sea"
  • Murel "Knows the sea"

Italian     Back to top
  • Geneva "White wave"

Japanese     Back to top
  • Hama "Shore, beach"
  • Hamako "Child of the shore"
  • Kishi "Beach, seashore"
  • Kishiko "Child of the seashore"
  • Mizuko "Water child (pure character)"
  • Nagisa "The seashore"
  • Nami "Surf, wave"
  • Ran "Water lily"
  • Shizue "Quiet inlet"
  • Taura "Many lakes; many rivers."
  • Umiko "Child of the sea"

Latin     Back to top
  • Adra "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark"
  • Adrea "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Adria "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Adriana "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Adrie "Of the Adriatic"
  • Adrielle "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Adrienna "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Adrina "From Adria" the Adriatic sea region. Also means "dark"
  • Aegaea "From the Aegean sea"
  • Aegates "From the Aegates"
  • Apulia "From the river Apulia"
  • Arva "From the seashore"
  • Arvia "From the seashore"
  • Charybdis "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Delora "From the seashore"
  • Deloras "From the seashore"
  • Deloros "From the seashore"
  • Eirene "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Ephyra "Daughter of Oceanus"
  • Euadne "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Lamia "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Laraine "Sea gull"
  • Latine "Sea gull"
  • Leuconoe "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Lorraine "Sea gull"
  • Mamia "Of the sea"
  • Marea "Of the sea"
  • Mareen "Of the sea"
  • Mareena "Of the sea"
  • Marena "Of the sea"
  • Maressa "Of the sea"
  • Maricia "Of the sea"
  • Marin "Of the sea"
  • Marina "Of the sea"
  • Marinda "Of the sea"
  • Marine "Of the sea"
  • Marinella "Of the sea"
  • Marinelle "Of the sea"
  • Marinna "Of the sea"
  • Maris "Of the sea"
  • Marisabel "Of the beautiful sea"
  • Marissa "Of the sea"
  • Mariza "Of the sea"
  • Maryn "Of the sea"
  • Maryssa "Of the sea"
  • Meris "Of the sea"
  • Merise "Of the sea"
  • Merissa "Of the sea"
  • Nautia "From the sea"
  • Nebula "Misty"
  • Nebulia "Misty"
  • Nerina "Named for the Nereides"
  • Nerine "Named for the Nereides"
  • Neris "Named for the Nereides"
  • Peirene "Lover of Poseidon"
  • Rhode "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Rhodos "Daughter of Poseidon"
  • Thalassa "Mediterranean"
  • Undina "Of the waves"
  • Undine "Of the waves"
  • Undinia "Of the waves"
  • Venilia "Of the sea and winds"

Native American     Back to top
  • Amadahy "Forest water (Cherokee)"
  • Chumani "Dewdrops (Sioux)"
  • Malila "Fast salmon swimming up a rippling stream (Miwok)"
  • Pamuya "Water moon (Hopi)"
  • Pavati "Clear water (Hopi)"
  • Sokanon "Rain (Algonquin)"
  • Talulah "Leaping water (Choctaw)"
  • Yoki "Rain (Hopi)"

Norse     Back to top
  • Ingemar "Of the sea"
  • Kelda "Fountain or from the ship's island"
  • Ran "A sea goddess"

Persian     Back to top
  • Aban "Waters; name of an angel; name of the 10th day and 8th month"
  • Abenahir "Water of a stream or canal"
  • Afshak "Dew"
  • Afshang "Dew"
  • Afshaneh "Sprinkling, scattering"
  • Anahita "Goddess of water"
  • Ardvisura "Brilliant waters, angel of the Sacred Waters"
  • Darya "Sea"
  • Jaleh "Dew, rain"
  • Robeab "Sweeping waters"
  • Rudabeh "River water"
  • Sadaf "Sea shell"
  • Shabnan "Raindrop, dew"
  • Tishtar "Angel of rain"
  • Zhaleh "Dew, rain"

Russian     Back to top
  • Marina "From the sea"
  • Marinochka "From the sea"

Sanskrit     Back to top
  • Jharna "A small brook"

Scandinavian     Back to top
  • Callan "Flowing water"
  • Kelda "A spring"
  • Kelde "A spring"
  • Marna "The sea"
  • Ran "Norse goddess of the sea (Ron)"

Scottish     Back to top
  • Cora "Seething pool"
  • Struana "From the stream"

Spanish     Back to top
  • Delma "Of the sea"
  • Delmar "Of the sea"
  • Delmara "Of the sea"
  • Itsaso "Sea"
  • Ria "From the river's mouth"
  • Rio "River"
  • Rocio "Dew drops"

Swedish     Back to top
  • Lage "From the sea"

Turkish     Back to top
  • Cari "Flows like water"
  • Kevser "Name of a river in Paradise"

Welsh     Back to top
  • Aberfa "From the mouth of the river"
  • Cordelia "Jewel of the sea"
  • Cragen "Sea shell"
  • Creiddylad "Jewel of the sea"
  • Glan "From the shore"
  • Morcan "Bright sea"
  • Morgaine "Bright sea"
  • Morgan "From the shore of the sea"
  • Morgana "From the shore of the sea"
  • Morgann "Bright sea"
  • Morgant "From the shore of the sea"
  • Morwenna "Ocean waves"
  • Torlan "From the river bank"
  • Una "White wave"
  • Vanora "White wave"
  • Winnifred "White wave"
  • Wynnifred "White wave"

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