10 Biblical Baby Girl Names
Whether religious or not, biblical names have always been a popular choice for parents.
Here is a list of names that could give you some inspiration that you may or may not know come from The Bible.
From Hebrew meaning “my father is joy”, can be shortened to Abby.
Atarah appears in the Old Testament, and means “crown” in Hebrew.
Originating from Greek, Chloe meaning “blooming” and was also a nickname for the Demeter, the Greek Goddess of Harvest.
Meaning “delicate, weak, languishing” in Hebrew, Delilah could be shortened to Lila.
The first woman created, Eve means “to breathe” or “to live”.
Derived from the Hebrew name Channah meaning “favour” or “grace”, Hannah is the mother of the prophet Samuel.
Of Greek origin, Lois translates to “more desirable” or “better”.
From the Hebrew meaning “pleasantness”, in the Old Testament Naomi is the name of the mother-in-law of Ruth.
Phoebe is the Latin form of the Greek name Phoibe, which meant “bright, pure”. In Greek mythology, Phoibe was a Titan associated with the moon.
A highly popular Biblical name, Ruth pleasantly means “friend” or “friendship”.