Browse over 100 X names for girls, from Xyla and Xiomara to Xenia and Xaria.
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Defender of the People
Protector of the Earth
“The yellow mare,” from the Greek xanthos (yellow) and hippos (horse), but, historically, the wife of Socrates and the symbol of a nagging wife.
Short form of Xantiago
A variant spelling of Xanthippe.
Respelling of Zaria
The New House
Bright, splendid; new house
Like a Princess.
Owner of a new home
Protector of plants, flowers
“The astonishing one,” from the Greek xenizo, to astonish.
“The maid from Xeres,” a city in Spain, now called Jerez.
“Highly polished,” from the Greek xestos, polished.
Owns a new house
Blind of Self Beauty
South African Tribe
He has heard
“A menstruating maiden,” from the Greek xiphos (a sword) and the Latin mensis (month), i.e., figuratively, the sword (or curse) of the month.
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