Names starting with A, K, C or J origin of Japanese, Greek, or German for a girl?
And meanings would help.
- QMusic3Lv 610 years agoFavorite Answer
Caida or Kaida - Japanese - Little Dragon
Kaiya - Japanese - Forgiveness
Alyssa - Greek - Rational
Adria - Greek - Person from Hadria (Northern Italy)
Adrianna - Greek - Person from Hadria (Northern Italy)
Angel - Greek - Messenger of God
Athena - Greek - Goddess of War and Wisdom
Anastasia - Greek - Resurrection
Asia - Greek - Resurrection
Callie - Greek - Beautiful
Cassandra - Greek - She Who Entangles Men
Cora - Greek - Heart, Maiden
Kaye - Greek - Rejoice
Kyra - Greek - Lady
Allison - German - Son of the Noble One
- Cheryl NLv 410 years ago
I'm good for Japanese names. I have a book of Japanese baby names sitting here that I bought when I was pregnant with my first baby.
Boys- Akira, Akitoshi, Akinori, Akiyoshi, Kenji, Kentaro, Kenichi, Kaichi, Kaoru, Katsuichi, Kazuo, Kazuto (for a firstborn), Keiji, Kenzo, Kenichiro, Kentaro, Koichi, Kunio, Jiro, Joji, Jun, Junichi
Girls- Ai, Aiko, Akemi, Aki, Akiko, Asako, Atsuko, Ayako, Aya, Ayame, Chiemi, Chiye (used this one for my own daughter), Chiyoko, Chizu, JunkoSource(s): Japanese Names for Babies by Aiko Uwate.
- CarbonDatedLv 710 years ago
Adele, Katherine, Catherine, Jana are all German.
- 10 years ago
My favorite is Akeno in japanese.. that's my beloved name and it means beautiful sun rise...
but its for boys..idk if its unisex name...google baby names..