Leo girls names

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Symbol: The Lion: noble, leader, golden-haired
Planet: Sun: God, warmth, radiance
Timing: Sunday, summer: months of July and August
Element: Fire: warmth, radiance
Quality: Fixed: resolute, finds change difficult
Traits: Bold, brave, noble
Appearance: Strong, with abundant hair
Other links: Crown, gold, amber, topaz; rose

Names for Leo Girl

Name Origin Meaning
Aamor Breton a sunbeam
Adelaide Old German noble and kind
Albertina
Alberta
Teutonic bright, illustrious
Almira Arabic princess
Amber Arabic a gemstone
Apollonia Greek from Apollo (sun god)
Augustine
Augusta
Latin great one; of August
Aurelia
Oralie
Latin golden
Berenice Greek bringer of victory
Cressida Greek the golden one
Danielle Hebrew God has judged, of lions
Daphne Greek laurel, beloved of Apollo (sun god)
Eileen Irish Gaelic the light of the Sun
Elaine English alt form of Helen (shining one)
Eldora Spanish the golden one
Eleanor
Ella
Ellie
Old French like the Sun
Eliana
Eliane
Latin like the sun
Erma Teutonic noble maid
Erminia Old French regal
Ethel Teutonic noble maiden
Eugénie Greek noble born
Flavia Latin the golden-haired one
Gilda Old English coated with gold
Gloria Latin glorious
Goldie English the golden one
Helen
Helena
Ellen
Greek the light of the Sun
Kira Persian the Sun
Laura
Lauren
Latin victorious, crowned with laurels
Leona Latin a lioness
Leonora Latin the light of the Sun
Lucia
Lucy
Lucinda
Greek/Latin light
Michaela
Michelle
Hebrew, French likened to God
Mora
Morag
Scottish Gaelic the sun
Ora Latin golden
Patricia Latin noble
Phiberta Old English very brilliant
Phoenix Greek symbol of the rising Sun
Regina
Regan
Gina
Latin a queen
Reine French a queen
Roberta
Robin
Germanic bright fame
Rose
Rosabel Rosanne
Latin regal flower; graceful
Ruby Latin gemstone of Leo
Sarah Hebrew princess
Shirley Old English bright clearing
Stephanie Greek garland, crown
Tiara Latin a coronet
Topaz Greek gemstone of Leo
Una Latin number one, Leo’s lucky number
Ulrika Scandanavian ruler of all
Zara
Zarah
Zaria
Hebrew brightness, splendour

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