Female rat names

gracie diet chart

Gracie diet chart

Rat Names List – Females

Abbaji – (Star Wars)
Abbey
Abby
Abi
Abigail – “a father’s joy” [Hebrew]
Abyss
Ael – “angel” [Breton]
Aenka – “white” [Japanese]
Agnes – “chaste” [Greek]
Aida – “reward” [Arabic]; “help” [French]
Aine – [Irish] pronouced “awnya”
Akira – “intelligent” [Japanese]
Akuma – (Titan A.E.)
Aleshka – “shield” [Czech]
Alexis – “helper” or “defender” [Greek]
Alice – “noble” [German]
Alix – “noble” [Teutonic]
Alkhara – (Star Wars)
Allegra – “brisk and cheerful” [Latin]; “lively” [Italian]
Allie
Alona
Alyssa
Amargosa – (Star Trek)
Amarula – (tropical liqueur)
Amballa – (Redwall)
Amber – “yellow-brown” [Arabic]
Ambrosia – (Greek and Roman food of the gods)
Amethyst – (gemstone) “a precious stone” [Greek]
Amor – “love” [Spanish]
Anastasia – “resurrection” [Greek]
Andromeda – “ruler of men” or “maiden princess” [Greek]
Anika
Anita – “gracious” [Spanish]
Angel – “messenger” [Greek]
Angelica – (Rugrats) “heavenly messenger” or “angelic” [Greek]
Anna – “gracious” [Hebrew]
Annie – “gracious” [Hebrew]
Aphrodite – (Greek goddess of love) “given from the foam” [Greek]
April – (month) “blooming” [Latin]
Aquiel – (Star Trek) “heavenly water” [Greek, Roman, Hebrew]
Arabela – (Czech/German fairy tale) “little Arabian” [Spanish]
Aralia – (Star Wars)
Aranka – “golden” [Hungarian]
Ariana – (Star Trek) “very holy one” [Greek]; “silver” [Welsh]
Ariel – (Little Mermaid, Shakespeare) “Lion of God” [Hebrew] Variations: Ari
Ariela – (Star Wars) “Lion of God” [Hebrew]
Arula – (Redwall)
Aruza – (Star Wars)
Aryah – (Redwall)
Asha – (Star Wars) “born in the morning” [Japanese]; “hope” [Indian]
Askaj – (Star Wars)
Astarte (Semitic goddess of love and fertility)
Aster – (flower)
Astra
Astrid – “god beautiful” [Old Norse]; “star” [Armenian]
August – (month) “revered” or “exhalted” [Latin]
Auma – (Redwall)
Aurora – “dawn” [Latin]
Autumn – (season) [Latin]
Avalon – “island” [Latin]

Baby
Babby
Bailey – “bailiff” [French, Old English]; “fortification” [Old English]
Bambi – “young girl” [Italian]
BeBe
Becky
B’Elanna – (Star Trek)
Bella – (Redwall) “beautiful” [Italian]; “white” [Czech]
Belle – “beautiful” [French]
Benecia – (Star Trek)
Bernice – “bringing victory” [Greek]
Betty – “oath of God” [Hebrew]
Beverly – (Star Trek) “beaver stream” [Old English]
Bianca – “white” [Italian]
Bibbel
Bibi – “agile and vital” [Latin]
Bielka – “white” [Polish]
Bijoux – “jewel” [French]
Bikkel
Binky
Blizzard
Blondie
Blue – (color)
Blu
Bluefen
Bobbin
Bonnie – “good” [Latin]; “pretty” [Celtic]
Boo
Borealis
Boshenka – “God loves her” [Czech]
Breberka – “something little and very cute” [Czech?]
Breeze – (Redwall)
Brekka – (Star Trek)
Brianon – (Star Trek) “she ascends” [Celtic]
Briar – “strong one” [Celtic]
Brie – (cheese)
Brielle – [French]
Brigit – “high goddess” [Irish]
Brisby
Brockrose – (Redwall)
Bryony – (Redwall, flowering vine used in folk medicine)
Bubble – (Absolutely Fabulous)
Bubbles – (Power Puff Girls)
Buffy – (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) “buffalo” [American]
Butterbean
Butterscotch – (candy)
Butzi

Cai – (Star Wars) “female” [Vietnamese]
Cameo – (carved gem portrait)
Camille – “attendant at a religious service” [Latin]
Candy – “white hot” [Greek]
Caraboo – (Princess Caraboo)
Caramel
Carema – (Star Trek)
Carida – (Star Wars)
Carmen – “garden” or “field of fruit” [Hebrew]; “song” [Latin]
Casey – “watchful” or “vigilant” or “brave” [Gaelic]
Cashmere – (soft yarn)
Cassandra – (Prophet of Doom) “inflaming men with love” [Greek]
Cassie – (Prophet of Doom) “inflaming men with love” [Greek]
Cayce Mystic
Celandine – (Redwall) “the swallow” [Greek]
Celia – “blind” [Latin]
Celeste – “heavenly” [Latin]
Centauri – (Babylon 5, star)
Cha-Chi
Chakira
Champagne
Chandra – (Star Trek) “eminent” or “illustrious” [Sanskrit]; “moon” [Indian]
Charity – (Passions)
Charley – “free man” [Teutonic]
Charlotte – (Charlotte’s Web) “petite and feminine” [French]
Cha-Two
Cheerio – (a breakfast cereal)
Chicken – (Chicken Little)
Chinook – (a type of salmon, a Native American tribe)
Chipie – “disobedient but young and irresponsible” [French?]
Chippewa – (Native American tribe)
Chloe – (minor Greek goddess) “blooming” or “green shoot” [Greek]
Chocolate Dreams
Chornee
Church – (Pet Sematary)
Cicely – (Redwall & Northern Exposure)
Cindle
Cinnamon
Clair – “bright, shining” [Latin]
Clara – “clear” or “bright” [Latin, Greek]
Clarabelle
Clarice – (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) Medieval form of Clara
Claudia – “lame” [Latin]
Cleo – “praise” [Greek]
Cleopatra – (Egyptian Queen) “glory of her father” [Greek]
C.M.
Cocoa
Cody – “helpful” [Gaelic]
Columbine – (Redwall, flower) “dove” [Latin]
Constance – (Redwall) “steadfastness” [Latin]
Coo
Cookie
Cookie-Puss
Cookies & Cream – (ice cream)
Copsey – (Redwall, flower)
Cora – “maiden” [Greek]
Cordelia – (Shakespeare) “heart” [Latin]
Corellia – (Star Wars
Corky – “corey hill hollow” [English]
Cornflower – (Redwall, flower)
Cosette – (Les Miserables) “victory of the people” [Greek]
Cracker Jack – (snack food)
Craklyn – (Redwall)
Cressida – (Shakespeare) “gold” [Greek]
Cricket
Crunchy
Crystal – “clear” [Latin]
Cygnia – (Star Trek)
Cymbeline – (Shakespeare)

Daala – (Star Wars)
Daisy – (flower, Thomas the Tank Engine) “day’s eye” [Latin]
Dale – (Disney) “valley” [Old English]
Damia – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series) “true friend” [Greek]
Damiana – “to tame” [Greek]
Dana – (X-Files) “light as the day” [English]
Dandelion – (flower)
Dandie
Daphne – “laurel” [Greek]
Dara – “oak” [Irish]; “compassion, wisdom” [Hebrew]; “stars” [Cambodian]
Darby – “free man” [Irish]
Darcy – “dark” [Irish]
Daria – “queenly” [Persian]
Dazzle
Dax – (Star Trek, town in France) [French]
Deanna – (Star Trek) “valley” [Old English]
Dearie – (Redwall)
Debbie
December – (month)
Dee Dee – (Walker, Texas Ranger)
Delenn – (Babylon 5)
Delilah – (Tom Jones song)
Demelza – “foot on the hill [Cornish]
Deneba – (Star Wars)
Desdemona – (Shakespeare) “misery” [Greek]
Devidia – (Star Trek)
Devon – “poet” [Gaelic]
Ding
Dioniza – (Shakespeare)
Divinia – (Redwall)
Dorcas – “a doe” [German]
Doris – (Home Alone III) “Dorian woman” [Greek]
Dottie – “gift of God” [Greek]
Doucig – “little and soft” [Breton]
Dovey
Dulcinea – (Don Quixote) “sweet” [Spanish]
Dusty – “warrior” [Old Norse]

Ebony – “black” or “dark beauty” [English]
Echo – “repeated voice” [Greek]
Edina – (Absolutely Fabulous) “blessed friend” [Old English]
Eelysa – (Star Wars)
Effle
Eisley – (Star Wars)
Elaine
Elanys
Elinor – “pity” [Greek]
Elishka – Czech for Elizabeth
Eliza
Elizara – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series)
Ellie – “light” [English]
Eloise – “famous in war” [French]
Elvirat – (play on Elvira)
Emanuelle
Emma – “whole” or “universal” [Teutonic]
Emily – “industrious” or “eager” [Latin]
Enara – (Star Wars)
Enid – (Barenaked Ladies’ Song) “soul” or “life” [Welsh]
Eponine – (Les Miserables)
Eriadu – (Star Wars)
Esmerelda – (Hunchback of Notre Dame) “emerald” [Spanish]
Esperanza – “hope” [Spanish]
Esther
Ethel – “noble” [Teutonic]
Eulalia – (Redwall) “fair of speech” [Greek]
Ever

Fabrina – (Star Trek) “works with hands” [Italian]
Fancy
Fantasia – (Disney) “unrestricted” [Latin]
Fantine – (Les Miserables) “childllike” [French]
February – (month)
Fenchurch – (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
Felicia – “happiness” [Latin]; “luck” [Polish]
Fidorka – (Czech chocolate candy)
Filly
Fiona – “white” or “fair” [Old English, Irish]
Fire
Fizzy
Flirt
Flockje
Flora – “flower” [Latin]
Florizel – (Shakespeare)
Flower
Foggy
Fortunata – (Redwall)
Foxy
Frannie – “free woman” [German]
Frederica – “peace ruler” [Teutonic]
Freya – (Norse Goddess of beauty)
Frija – (Star Wars)
Frisbee
Fritzy
Frog
Frolic
Fudge
Furby
Fuzz

Gabrielle – (Xena, Warrior Princess) “God is my strength” [Hebrew]
Ga‘lle – “stranger” [Breton]
Galaxy
Galia – (Star Wars) “the lord has redeemed” [Hebrew]
Ganymede – (Shakespeare)
Georgia – “farmer” [Greek]
Georgia Peach
Geraldine – “spear rule” [Teutonic]
Geri – “hard spear” [German]
Germaine – (Redwall) “from Germany” [French]
Gertrude – “spear strength” [Teutonic]
Gillian – “girl” [Teutonic]; “downy-haired” [Latin]
Gina – “silvery” [Japanese]
Gingivere – (Redwall)
Ginny – (Harry Potter)
Ginka – “silver coin” [Japanese]
Glimmer
Glory
Godiva
Grace
Gracie – “grace” [English]
Grandma – good for hairless
Grisella – (Star Trek) “gray” or “gray haired” [German]
Guinan – (Star Trek)
Guinivere – (Athurian Legend) “white wave” [Celtic]
Gumdrop – (candy)
Gwen – (Mallrats) “white” [Breton]
Gwena‘lle – “white angel” [French?]

Hadie
Hail
Hali – “sea” [Greek]; “necklace” [Hebrew]
Hailie
Haji – “shame, embarrassment” or “grasp, grip” [Japanese]
Hannah
Happy
Harlequin
Harp
Harriet – “leader of the army” [Old English]
Hazel – “hazel” [English]; “commander” [Old English]
Heather – (flower)
Heidi – “noble, kind” [German]
Henrietta
Hera – (Greek goddess) “queen of heaven” [Greek]
Hermione – (Harry Potter)
Hexa
Holly
Honey – “sweet” [English]
Honeydew – (Redwall, melon)
Hope – “faith” [Old English]
Hviezda – “star” [Slavic]

Iamza
I. Berry
Ice Cream
Iconia – (Star Trek)
Iddle
Idea
Idi
Idini – (Star Trek)
Ilia – (Star Trek) “god is lord” [Latin]
Imzadi – (Star Trek) “beloved” [Betazoid]
Inad – (Star Trek)
Indri – (Star Trek)
Inyri – (Star Wars)
Iole Nui – “rat” [Hawaiian]
Irina – (Star Trek) “peace” or “beautiful to all beholders” [Russian]
Isabel – “consecrated to God” [Spanish]
Ishtar – (Semitic goddess of Love and Fertility)
Isis – (Egyptian goddess) “supreme goddess” [Egyptian]
Isolde – “beautiful” [Celtic]
Israel
Isthia – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series)
Ivanova – (Babylon 5) “daughter of Ivan” [Russian]
Ivory – “white, pure” [English]
Ivy – “vine” [Old English]
Izrina – (Star Wars)

Jackie – “to protect” [Americanized from French]; short for Jaqueline
Jade – (plant, gemstone) “stone of the loins” [Spanish]
Jadzia – (Star Trek) “peace and strife” [Old German, Polish]
Jaina – (Star Wars) “Jehova has been gracious” [Hebrew]
Jane – (Barenaked Ladies’ Song) “God is gracious” [Hebrew]
Janeway – (Star Trek)
January – (month)
Jarada – (Star Trek)
Jasmine – (Disney’s Aladdin, flower) “flowering olive” [Persia] Variation: Jasmin.
Java
Jaxa – (Star Trek)
Jaz
Jeine
Jenga
Jeri – “mighty with a spear” [Americanized from German]
Jessie – “wealthy one” [Hebrew]
Jewel – “priceless gem” [Old French]
Jewells
Jiggy
Jillian – (from a Barenaked Ladies’ song)
Jin – “gold” [Chinese]
Jinja – (Shinto shrine) [Japanese]
JХnaii – (Star Trek)
Jo
Jodi – “praise” or “Jewish woman” [Americanized from Hebrew]
Jokri – (Star Trek)
Jolie – “pretty” [French]
Jordan – “descender” [Hebrew]
Josephine – “he shall increase” [Hebrew]
Joval – (Star Trek)
Jovanka – Serbian for Jane
Jubilation – (Redwall) “happiness”
Jubilee
Julia – “youthful” [Latin]
Juliet – (Shakespeare) “youthful” [French]
July – (month)
Jumanji
Jumja – (Star Trek)
June – (month) “young” [Latin]
Juniper – (Redwall, tree)
Juno – “young” [Latin]
Justine – “just” or “true” [Latin]

Kady – “pure” [Greek]
Kaela – “pure, virginal” [Greek]
Kai – (Star Trek) “ocean” [Hawaiian]; “willow tree” [Navajo]; “subordinate” [Japanese]
Kailey
Kaj
Kajada – (Star Trek)
Kajika – “walks without sound” [Native American]
Kali – “energy” or “dark goddess” [Sanskrit]
Kaltia – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series)
Kamala – (Star Trek) “lotus” [Hindu]
Kara – “pure” [Greek]
Karana
Kareen – (Star Trek)
Karisa – “beloved” [Greek]
Kasja
Kastern
Katana – (Mortal Kombat) “sword, blade” [Japanese]
Katarina – “pure, virginal” [German]
Kay – (Passions)
Kaycee
Keiko – (Star Trek) “adored one” [Japanese]
Keimei – “dawn” or “daybreak” [Japanese]
Kelada – (Star Wars)
Kelsy
Kenda – “magical powers” [Native American – Dakota]
Kendra – “royal power” [Old English]; “understanding” or “knowledge” [Anglo-Saxon]
Kesla
Keyla – (Redwall) “pure of heart” [Greek]
Kahlua – (coffee-flavored liqueur)
Ki
Kiber
Kira – (Star Trek) “light” [Latin]; “sun” [Persian]
Kismet – “fate, destiny” [English]
Kiss-Kiss
Kitty Cat
Kix
Kobayashi – (Star Trek)
Kora – “filled heart” [Greek]
Krasava – “beautiful” [Czech]
Kvieta – “flower” [Czech]

Labolina
Labut – “swan” [Czech]
Lacy – “cheerful” [Greek]
Lady – (Disney’s Lady and the Tramp)
Laddy
Lamby
Lani – “sky” or “heaven” [Hawaiian]
Laria – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series) “serves Lawrence” [Scottish]
Laren – (Star Trek) “serves Lawrence” [Scottish]
Lassie – (TV dog)
Laterose – (Redwall)
Layla – (Eric Clapton song) “dark as night” [Arabic]
Leah – “weary one” [Hebrew]; “glad tidings” [Greek]
Leeloo – (The Fifth Element)
Leia – (Star Wars) “weary” [Hebrew]
Leilani – “heavenly flower”[ Hawaiian]
Lexi – “protector of men” [Greek]
Lexx – (television series)
Libby – “consecrated to God” [Hebrew]
Lilac – (flower) “bluish” [Sanskrit]
Lillian – “lilium,” for the flower [Latin]
Lily – “God’s oath” [Latin]
Lishka – “fox” [Czech]
Lita
Lokai
Loo
Lorraine
Louise – “famous warrior” [Teutonic]
Love
Lucky Charm – (breakfast cereal)
Lucy – “light” [Latin]
Lu-Lu – (General Hospital)
Luna – “moon” [Latin]
Lupin – (Redwall)
Lutra – (Redwall) “otter” [Latin]
Lwaxana – (Star Trek)
Lydia – “beauty” [Greek]
Lyta – (Babylon 5)

Mab – (Shakespeare)
Mabel – “my fair maid” [French]; “lovely” [Latin]
Mackenzie – “handsome” [Gaelic]
Madison
Maggie – “pearl” [Latin]
Magic
Maisy – (children’s book character)
Majik – “magic”
Malibu
Mama
Manjula – (Simpsons) “melodious” [Indian]
Manouche – “Bohemian” [French]
Mara – “bitter” [Hebrew]; “the sea” [Gaelic]
March – (month)
Margarita (drink)
Mariana – (Shakespeare)
Mariel – (Redwall) “sea of bitterness” [Dutch]
Marigold – (Redwall, flower) “Mary’s gold” [English]
Mariposa – (Star Trek) “butterfly” [Spanish]
Maris – (NBCХs Frasier) “of the sea” [Latin]
Marybella
Matilda – “might, power” [German]
Mauzie
Maxie – “the greatest” [English]
May – (month, Roman goddess Maia) “great” [Latin]
Maya – “water” [Arabic]; “illusion” [Indian]
Meadow – (Sopranos)
Meeko – (Disney’s Pocahontas)
Meemer
Megan – “mighty” [Greek]; “strong, able” [Anglo-Saxon]
Melen – “yellow” [Breton]
Melody – “song” [Greek]
Mercedes – “ransom” [Latin]; “virgin Mary” [Spanish]
Meriam – (Redwall)
Meribor – (Star Trek)
Midge
Mila – “sweet, cute, kind” [Slavic]
Milady
Milana – “beloved” [Slavic]
Millie
Milly
Mim
Mimi – (Drew Carey)
Mina – (Dracula) “south” [Japanese]; “love” [German]
Minky
Minna Bean
Minnie
Mir – (Russian space station)
Mira – “wonder” or “wonderful” [Latin]
Miracle
Miranda – (Shakespeare) “admirable” or “lovely” or “miraculous” [Latin]
Misha – “beautiful” [Latin]
Mishka – “little bear” [Russian]
Missy – “honeybee” [Greek]
Mistral – (a warm, strong wind in the south of France)
Mistryl – (Star Wars)
Misty – (Misty of Chincoteague) “covered with mist” [English]
Mobi
Mocha – (brown color)
Moira – “bitter” [Hebrew]; “the great” [Celtic]
Mogi – “imitation” [Japanese]
Mojave – (desert)
Moki – (Fraggle Rock) “deer” [Native American – Hopi]
Molly
Monach
Moo
Mooka
Moosh
Morella – “great” [Irish]
Morgana – “edge of the sea” [Welsh]
Morgana LeFey – (Arthurian Legend)
Morganne – (Mists of Avalon)
Morgaus – (Arthurian Legend)
Morrigan – (Celtic Triple Goddess)
Morticia – (Addams Family)
Morwenna – “shining sea” [Cornish]
Mossflower – (Redwall)
Mrs. Mouse
Mrs. Ratfink
Mulan – (Disney)
Munchkin
Munchy

Najiba – (Star Wars)
Nala – (Disney’s Lion King) “drink of water” [Arabic]
Nandine
Naomi – “my joy” or “sweet, pleasant” [Hebrew]
Narendra – (Star Trek) “king of men” [Indian]
Narnia – (Chronicles of Narnia) “spring in winter” [unknown]
Nary
Nasturtium – (Redwall, flower)
Natalie – “birthday” or “child born at Christmas” [Latin]
Natasha – (Star Trek) “born on christmas” [Slavic]
Navada
Nazumi – “small rodent” [Japanese]
Neela – (Star Trek) “champion” [Irish, Gaelic]; “blue color” [Indian]
Neptune – (planet)
Nerissa – (Shakespeare) “daughter of the sea” [Latin]
Nerys – (Star Trek)
Newby
Nezumi
Niagara – (Niagara Falls)
Nibbel
Nibbles
Nickel – “victory for the people” [Greek]
Nico
Nicole – “victory people” [Greek]
Nightshade – (Redwall, deadly plant)
Niggle
Nikita – “unconquerable” [Russian]
Nina – “girl” [Spanish]; “mighty” [Native American]; “grace” [Hebrew]
Ninian – (Redwall)
Niobe – (Star Trek) “fern” or “snowy” [Greek]
Nirvanah – “utopia” or “heaven” [Sanskrit]
Noodles
Noojii
Nookie
Noonvale
Nosy
Nova – “new” [Latin]
November – (month)
Nuria
Nutter

October – (month)
Ohno
OK
Olive – “olive tree” [Latin]
Opaka – (Star Trek)
Opal – (gemstone) “jewel” [Sanskrit]
Ophelia – “useful” or “wise” or “serpent” [Greek]
Osmunda – (Redwall)
Oreo – (cookie)

Pablorita
Pacifica
Padma – (Star Wars)
Paige – “young attendant” [French]
Paisley
Palla
Pamela – “honeyed” [Greek]
Pandora – “all gifted” [Greek]
Paris – “lover” [Greek]
Parker – “keeper of the park” [Middle English]
Pasha
Passy
Patch
Patches
Patsy – (Absolutely Fabulous) “of noble descent” [Latin]
Patty – “of noble descent” [Latin]
Paxie
Paz – “peace” [Spanish]
Peach
Peaches
Peanuts
Pear – (Redwall, fruit)
Pebbles – (Flintstones)
Peekaboo
Peep
Penelope – “weaver” [Greek]
Pennybright – (Redwall)
Pepper – from the peper plant [Greek]
Perci – (Anne McCaffrey’s Pern series)
Perdita – (Shakespeare, 101 Dalmatians) “lost” [Latin]
Periwinkle – (soft, bluish color)
Perla – “pearl” [Spanish]
Persephone – “spring” [Greek]
Petra – “rock” [Greek]
Petunia – (flower) [Native American]
Pica
Pickles
Pinky
Pippy
Pipsqueak
Pixel – (computer term)
Pixie
Phoebe – (Friends) “bright one” [Greek]
Poga
Pogo – (jumpy, bouncy)
Polgara – (Belgariad)
Polleekin – (Redwall)
Pooh Bear – (A.A. Milne)
Popcorn – (snack food)
Poppy – (flower) [Latin]
Portia – (Shakepeare) “offering” [Latin]
Princess
Priscilla – “ancient” [Greek]
Promise
Pumpkin – (type of squash, term of endearment)

Queen
Queenie
Quilla – “a quill” [unknown]

Raisin
Raktajino – (Star Trek)
Rapunzel – (fairy tale character)
Ratafinka
Ratatouille – (food)
Rat-Chi
Rati – “most beautiful lady” [Indian]
Ratkin
Ratna – “gem” [Indian]
Ratnavali – “a bunch of gems” [Indian]
Ratri – “night” [Hindi]
Rattie
Rattles
Ratzel – “rat” [Bavarian]
Ratzi – “rat” [Bavarian]
Raven
Ravioli – (food)
Razzle
Reba – “to tie or bind” [Hebrew]
Reiki – “established rule” or “cold” or “aura” or “excitation” [Japanese]
Reimei – “dawn” or “daybreak” [Japanese]
Rhiannon – “great queen” [Celtic]; “fair maiden” [Welsh]
Rhoda – “rose” [Greek]; “rosy” [Hebrew]
Rinkle
Rinowa – (Final Fantasy)
Rishon – (Star Trek)
Rizla
Ro – (Star Trek) “red-haired” [Anglo-Saxon]
Rocelle
Rogue – (X-Men)
Rora
Rosalind – (Shakespeare) “beautiful rose” [Latin]
Rosemary – (Redwall, herb) “sea dew” [Latin]
Rosie – [English]
Roslyn – (Northern Exposure) “little red-haired one” [Old French]
Rowan – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series) “red one” [Gaelic]
Rowanoak – (Redwall)
Ruby – (gemstone) “red gem” [Old French]
Russa – (Redwall)

Tabitha – (Bewitched) “gazelle” [Greek, Arabic]
Talia – (Babylon 5) “dew from heaven” [Hebrew]; “blooming” [Greek]
Talulah – “leaping waters” [Native American]
Tamara – “palm tree” [Hebrew]
Tamora – (Shakespeare)
Tang
Tanith – (Star Wars) “goddess of love” [Phoenician]
Tansy – (Redwall, Hopi flower name) “immortality” or “persistent” [Greek]
Tara – “rocky hill” [Irish-Gaelic]; “star” [Indian]
Tarka
Tasha – “born on Christmas” [Greek]
Tasja
Taylor – “tailor” [Middle English]
Teika – “low price” or “fall” [Japanese]
Tessie – “one who harvests” [Greek]
Thalassa – (Star Trek) “from the sea” [Greek]
Thistle – (flower)
Thura – (Redwall)
Thyme – (Redwall, herb)
Tigger – (A.A. Milne)
Timandra – (Shakespeare) [Greek]
Tinkerbell – (Peter Pan)
Tinkie
Tipper
Tippi
Titania – (Shakespeare)
Toby – “God is good” [Hebrew]
Topaz
Topi
Tortellini
Tourette
TХPau – (Star Trek, Ф80s band)
Tralesta – (Star Trek)
Treerose – (Redwall)
Trefoil – (Redwall)
Trekay
Trieste – (Star Trek)
Trillian – (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
Trinity – (The Matrix) “threefold” [Latin]
Tripoli – (Star Trek)
Trixie – “brings joy” [English]
Trixy
Troi – (Star Trek) “greek city” [English]; “soldier” [Irish]
Tsarmina – (Redwall) from Tsarina, female monarchs of Russia.
Tufty
Tunska
Turzel – (Redwall)
Twinkles
Twirla
Tyra – “one who does battle” [Scandinavian]

Uhura – (Star Trek)
U.K.
Ursula – “little bear” [Latin]

Vanessa
Vale – (Redwall) “lives in the valley” [English]
Valeda – (Star Trek)
Valentine – “strong” or “healthy” [Latin]
Valeria – (Shakespeare) “strong” [Latin]
Varis – (Star Trek)
Varity
Vega – “falling” [Arabic]
Velara – (Star Trek)
Velvet – “shaggy” [French]
Venus – (Roman goddess of love) “loved” [Latin]
Verdauga – (Redwall) “green eyes” [Latin]
Veronica – “true image” [Latin]
Vina – (Star Trek) “from the vineyard” [Spanish]
Viola – (Redwall, Shakespeare) “violet” [Latin]
Violet – (flower) [English]
Vivian
Viven
Vixis – (Star Trek)
Vlo

Wade – (Sliders) “a ford” [Old English]
Weebee
Weedy
Wendolene – (Wallace & Gromit)
Wheezy
Whinn – (Redwall)
Whisper
Whooy
Wiggy
Willa Weaver
Willow – (tree) “slender, graceful” [English]
Wilma – (Flintstones) “will helmet” [German]
Winifred – (Redwall) “friend of peace” [Old English]
Winnie – (Wonder Years)
Wixy
Wodan

Xandria – “protector” [Greek]
Xena – (Xena, Warrior Princess) “hospitable” or “stranger” [Greek]

Yasmine – “jasmine” [Arabic]
Yatra
Yoko – “female” or “positive child” [Japanese]

Zara – (Anne McCaffrey’s Tower series) “dawn” [Hebrew]; “light” [French]; “princess” [Arabic]
Zelda – (Legend of Zelda) “luck” [Yiddish]; “warrior” [Old German]
Zena
Zerics
Zig-Zag
Zina – “hospitable” or “stranger” [Greek]
Zipper
Zoe – “life” [Greek]
Zora – (Star Trek) “dawn” [Greek]
Zsuzsana

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