Medieval Girls Names - Life in Medieval Days

Medieval England had been occupied by Romans for many years, and also had a lot of contact with Scandanavia and Europe. Many names were brought back and forth. Also, Biblical names were very popular as well.



Abigail - source of joy (Biblical)

Adela - 7th century saint

Agatha - good (Biblical)

Agnes - pure (Biblical)

Alison - common name

Amelia

Anastasia - resurrection (Biblical)

Anna / Anne / Hannah - grace (Biblical)

Ava

Beatrice

Bertha

Bliss

Branwyn

Camilla

Cass / Cassandra

Cecily / Cecilia

Chloe

Christabel

Christian / Christiana .

Claire - well known saint

Clarice - meaning fame

Clarissa

Clemence

Colette / Colle

Constance

Diana (goddess of the hunt)

Donna / Madonna (Biblical)

Elaine

Elizabeth (Biblical)

Emma - Healer (Biblical)

Evangeline - Good tidings (Biblical)

Eve (Biblical)

Faith (Biblical)

Felicity - Happiness (Biblical)

Gaynor / Guinevere.

Grace (Biblical)

Hope (Biblical)

Isabella

Jay / Joy / Joyce

Joan / Joanna - female form of John (Biblical)

Jocelyn

Judith - praised (Biblical)

Katelyn / Kateline / Catlyn

Katherine / Cateline / Catherine - pure (Biblical)

Kay

Latisha

Lauda

Leah (Biblical)

Letitia / Lettice

Lucia (Biblical)

Lynette

Margaret (Biblical)

Mary (Biblical, mother of Jesus, also beloved disciple / friend of Jesus)

Morgan / Morgaine / Morgayne

Pagan

Paige

Rachel (Biblical)

Rebecca (Biblical)

Sarah / Sara (Biblical)

Susan (Biblical)

Sylvia (Biblical)

Theresa (Biblical)

Tristana

Vera - Truth (Biblical)

Veronica (Biblical)

Vivien

Ysabel / Isabel

Zoe (Biblical)

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