Zahar Zahar is a Persian (also Afghan) name for women. It means dawn, Sunrise; If the first beam of the Sun on the Earth shines, it is "Zahar".
Zahida Zahida is a given name for females. People named Zahida include:
Zahra The female given name Zahra is a common name which corresponds to three different, though related, meaning depending on the country it is being called.
Zaiga Zaiga is a Latvian feminine given name, which means "to glisten". The name may refer to:
Zainab Zainab (Arabic زينب) is an Arabic female name. He means "Desert Flower", "Ornament of the father" or "Ornamental tree". The Turkish form of the name is Zafar.
Zaira Zaira is a female given name. It is the Italian form of "Zaïre", a name used by Voltaire for the heroine of his 1732 play, Zaïre. Zaira means "dawning" in Italian, "princess" in Irish and Hebrew, "rose" in Arabic, and "pilgrim" in Persian. The name may refer to:
Zakiya Zakiya, Zakia, Zakiyya or Zakieh may represent two different female given names of Muslim origin, namely Arabic: زكية , meaning "pure", corresponding the male name Zaki, and Arabic: ذكيه , meaning "intelligent".
Zane Zane /ˈzeɪn/ is a name of Semitic origin. A variant of Jon from Hebrew, meaning "God's gracious gift". The name is also of Arabic origins meaning "Good" in its masculine form and "Beautiful" in its feminine form. In English-speaking countries it is used as both a given name and surname. Variant written forms in English include: Zain, Zaine and Zayne. Zane is a popular American boy's name.
Zaynab Zaynab (also spelled Zainab, Zeinab, Zeynab, Zinab, Zeineb, and in other ways; Arabic: زينب, [ˈzeːnæb, ˈziːnæb, ˈzajnab]) is a female given name meaning "fragrant flower". Zaynab is the name of the daughter and the granddaughter of the Islamic prophet Mohammad. It is believed to be a modification of the name of a pre-Islam Syrian queen that is rendered in Greek as Zenobia. It is also closely connected to the Hebrew name 'Zenyeb' (Zeyn-abi/Zeyn-aba) which means 'Pride of [her] father'.
Zénaïde Zénaïde (from Greek Ζηναις), in Russian: Зинаида (Zinaida) is a female given name meaning the family of Zeus or divine daughter. In the 19th century, this name was fashion in France. It is common in Russian and door version often in Russian-speaking countries. The diminutive is Zina.
Zdenka Zdenka is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Zdeslava Zdeslava is female first name of Slavic origin, which meaning famous here. Another variant is Zdislava. Pronounced ZDES-la-va.
Zeineb Zeineb or Zejneb is a Bosnian female given name, transliterated from the Arabic name Zaynab, and may refer to:
Zekiye Zekiye is a Turkish given name for females. People named Zekiye include:
Zivar Zivar (Persian: زيور, also Romanized as Zīvar) is a girl name common in Iran, Greece and East Europe. The meaning of the name "Zivar" is an ornament of gems, gold, or silver or in general jewelry.
Zlata Zlata (Cyrillic script: Злата) is a female given name of South Slavic origin meaning Golden. It is common amongst all South Slavic countries in the Balkans, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Serbia. The name is popular in Bosnia because it is considered ethnically neutral amongst the three dominant Bosnian ethnicities: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. The name is derived from the South Slavic word zlato - from the Old Slavic root zolto (gold).
Zoé Zoé is a French feminine given name. It may refer to :
Zoe Zoe (and its variants) is a female first name, originally from the Greek word for "life" (ζωή). It is a calque of the Biblical Hava/Eve (חַוָּה), which is derived from the Hebrew word for "life". In Japanese culture, it is also a family name.
Zofia Zofia is a feminine given name. He is the Polish variant of Sophia.
Zohra Zohra is a common Arabic / Persian / Muslim / South Asian female name. It is also an alternative way of writing Zahra (name).
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