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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Xalbadora

Savior

Spanish

Xalvadora

Savior

Spanish

Xamira
Xanadu

Mongolian City

Asian

Xandra

Greek

Xandria

Greek

Xandy

Defender of the People

American

Xannon

Ancient God

American

Xantara

Protector of the Earth

American

Xantha

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthe

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthia

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthippe

“The yellow mare,” from the Greek xanthos (yellow) and hippos (horse), but, historically, the wife of Socrates and the symbol of a nagging wife.

Xanti

Short form of Xantiago

Portuguese

Xantippe

A variant spelling of Xanthippe.

Xaria

Respelling of Zaria

American

Xarissa

Created Name

American

Xava

The New House

American

Xavia

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xavienna

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xaviera

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xaviere

The New House

French

Xavieria

Like a Princess.

Spanish

Xavierra

Owner of a new home

French

Xavierre

Owner of a new home

French

Xavyera

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xeenia

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xena

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xeni

Protector of plants, flowers

Xenia

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xenissa

“The astonishing one,” from the Greek xenizo, to astonish.

Greek

Xenophon

Strange Voice

Greek

Xeraphina

Seraphim, Angel

American

Xeresa

“The maid from Xeres,” a city in Spain, now called Jerez.

Spanish

Xesta

“Highly polished,” from the Greek xestos, polished.

Greek

Xevera

Owns a new house

Spanish

Xeveria

Owns a new house

Spanish

Xexilia

Blind of Self Beauty

Spanish

Xhosa

South African Tribe

African

Xi-wang

Hope

Chinese

Xia

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xia He

Summer Lotus

Chinese

Xiang

Fragrant

Chinese

Xiao
Xiao Chen

Early Morning

Chinese

Xiao Hong

Morning Rainbow

Chinese

Xidorn

Created Name

American

Ximena

He has heard

Spanish

Ximenia

“A menstruating maiden,” from the Greek xiphos (a sword) and the Latin mensis (month), i.e., figuratively, the sword (or curse) of the month.

Greek

Xin Qian

Happy, Beautiful

Chinese