100+ Remarkable Name for Girls born on Tuesday (Meaning)

Tuesday marks the second day of a week and is said to be the crossway before you reach the middle, and if you wish to help your Tuesday Born get over of the bridge smoothly, choosing a suitable name for her, might be the best way to go. We have a few options listed just for you.

Here are Name for Girls born on Tuesday (Meaning)

Tuesday

English origin, meaning the day of Tiu, the Norse God of War and Sky

Ruby

A gemstone name, lucky for Tuesday borns

Martina

Greek origin; comes from Mars

Bridget

Gaelic origin, meaning exalted or strength, named after the Goddess of Wisdom

Lowell

English origin, meaning a little wolf

Kiley

Gaelic origin, meaning beautiful or a boomerang, also spelled Kylie

Hannah

Hebrew origin, meaning graceful, nicknamed Anne or Nancy

Jumaane

Ghanian origin; translates to born on Tuesday

Mercelina

Roman origin, the feminine form of Marcel, meaning warlike

Anya

Russian roots, a version of Anne, meaning graceful

Tyr

Norse origin, another name for Tiu, the Goddess

Alta

Latin origin, meaning high, named after the mother of Jesus

Garrett

Irish origin, meaning the strength of a spear

Graciela

Spanish roots, meaning grace

Phoenix

Named after the mythological Norse Bird, means resurrection

Eastman

English origin, meaning protector, a version of Easton

Milo

Roman origin, meaning a soldier or a warrior

Tabitha

Hebrew origin, meaning a gazelle

Abena

African Akan origin, translated to born on Tuesday

Mardi

French origin, meaning Tuesday

Kwabena

Ghanan origin, meaning born the second day of the week, pronounced kua-bin-ah

Layna

Arabic origin, meaning an angel from heaven

Candace

Hebrew origin, meaning mother or innocent

Fantasy

French origin, meaning imagination or fancy

Idaho

Native American Origin, named after a place

Cali

Greek origin, meaning beautiful, from Sicily

Twinkle

Meaning to sporadically light up, English origin

Radiance

English origin, meaning shining brightly or glowing

Viva

Latin origin, meaning full of life

Genevieve

Celtic origin, meaning a woman of the race

Anahita

Persian origin, named after an Iranian goddess

Evie

Hebrew origin, meaning life or to breathe

Franchesca

The Italian name, meaning the Frenchman

Kady

Irish origin, meaning first, also spelled Kady

Aeryn

Gaelic origin, meaning Ireland

Carolina

Mixed origin, the female form of the name Carolus, meaning joy

Minne

English origin, meaning love, also spelled Minnie

Czarina

Russian origin, the feminine form of the imperial title Czar

Julienne

Latin origin, meaning love of a child or youthful

Nevada

Spanish origin, meaning snow-covered,

Daisy

English origin, translates to day’s eye, a flower name

Penelope

German origin, meaning a weaver, also a Homer’s character

Tangy

English origin, meaning having a tang

Emerald

French origin, meaning a green gem, also spelled Emerlada

Winter

Mixed origin, meaning the cold season

Bell

Mixed English Scottish origin, an occupational name for a mill worker

Brooklyn

Dutch origin, derived from the brook, a small stream

Marabelle

Latin origin, meaning wondrous or wonderful

Dusk

American origin, the time between night and day

Virgina

Latin origin, meaning virgin or pure

Meding

Spanish origin, a family name, comes from various places

Montana

Spanish origin, meaning a mountainous region or a mountain

Jhanna

Filipino origin, meaning a gift from God or the loved one

Missouri

Algonquian origin, meaning the people from canoes or made from logs

Mystic

Greek origin, meaning associated with mysteries or secrets

Skye

Scottish origin, meaning cloud, an island in Scotland

Corinna

Greek origin, meaning a maiden

Shiane

Meaning grabbing by the heel also spelled Cheyene

Petal

Greek origin, meaning a leaf

Elli

Germanic origin, meaning a foreigner or a stranger

Georgia

Latin origin, the feminine version of George

Nirah

Hebrew origin, meaning God’s light

Trinity

English origin, holy trinity

Keisha

American origin, meaning life

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