Taurus girls names

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Taurus girls names

Keywords for choosing a name for a Taurus baby

Symbol: The Bull: strength, steadfastness, robust determination
Planet: Venus: dazzling beauty, fertility, harmony
Timing: Spring: months of April and May
Element: Earth: flowers, meadows, farming, nature’s treasures
Quality: Fixed: resolute and persevering
Traits: Pleasant, joyful, calm, noble; financial acumen, thrift
Appearance: Attractive, graceful
Other links: Wealth, farming, well‐appointed house and garden; sapphire, coral

Names for Taurus Girls

Name Origin Meaning
Adelaide
Adele
Old German of noble estate
Alda Teutonic rich and wise
Anthea Greek lady of flowers
Beverley Old English from the beaver’s meadow
Chloe
Chloris
Greek a fertile young maiden; a plant‐lover
Constance
Connie
Latin steadfast, faithful, constant
Daisy
Daisie
Old English a flower of Venus
Dale Old English valley dweller
Danika Slavic morning star (Venus)
Edlyn Old English rich gentlewoman
Estelle
Esther
French/Latin morning star (Venus)
Fleur Old French a flower
Flora
Floria
Latin Roman goddess of flowers
Florence
Florentina
Florinda
Latin blossoming, flourishing
Gaia Greek earth goddess
Gemma Italian a jewel or gem
Georgina
Georgia
Greek a girl from the farm
Glendora Gaelic gift of the glen
Harriet Teutonic mistress of the home
Henrietta Teutonic ruler of the home
Hestia Greek goddess of the hearth
Hailey
Hayley
Old English high meadow
Idona
Idonia
Old Norse goddess of Spring
Imelda Spanish a floret
Isa Teutonic strong‐willed
Ishtar Babylonian goddess of fertility, Venus
Josephine Hebrew abundance
Kendal English from the bright valley
Lee Old English a meadow
May
Mae
Old English bright flower, month of Taurus
Miriam Hebrew strong, fertile, wished‐for child
Nydia Latin homemaker
Odette French a home‐lover
Patience English endurance (one of the 7 virtues)
Penelope Greek the weaver, faithful wife
Petra Slavic a rock, reliable
Phillis
Phyllis
Greek leafy, a green branch
Rebecca Hebrew peacemaker
Rhea Greek earth goddess
Serena Latin calm, serene
Shirley
Shirleen
Old English from the bright meadow
Tara Irish Gaelic hill, earth goddess
Taura Greek a bull, Taurus
Terra
Terrena
Latin earth
Thea Greek flowery
Valma Welsh a mayflower
Vesta Latin goddess of the hearth
Wilhelmina Teutonic determined, loyal
Yeva Russian life giving
Zelenka Czech the little green one, freshness
Zinnia Latin the name of a flower
Zohra Arabic in bloom

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