120+ Exceptional Names for Girls Born on Thursday (Meaning)

Thursday marks the fourth day of a week and is said to be ruled by the Planet Jupiter, and if you wish to help your Thursday Born get over the mid-week crisis, choosing a suitable name for her, might be the best way to go. We have a few options listed just for you.

List of Exceptional Names for Girls Born on Thursday

Laila

Hebrew origin, meaning dark or daughter of the night

Juno

Greek origin, meaning a queen or a protector of men, named after the queen of Jupiter

Blythe

English origin, meaning cheerful or carefree

Kymani

African origin, meaning a traveler who loves adventure

Jove

Greek origin, the feminine form of Jupiter, King of Gods

Abba

African origin, meaning born on Thursday, popularized by the Band ABBA

Sojourner

African origin, meaning to stay for a while

Asher

Mixed English Germanic origin, meaning one who lives by an ash tree

Evelina

Old Saxon origin, meaning to live or to breathe

Sophia

Greek origin, meaning wisdom, also spelled Sofia

Yaa

African Akan roots, translates to born on Thursday

Yaba

Mixed African Ghanan origin, meaning Thursday-born.

Yao

Mixed Chinese Vietnamese origin, meaning brilliant or glorious

Yolandi

Greek origin, meaning a flower violet in color

Jessica

English origin, meaning the ability to foresee

Suzanne

Hebrew origin, meaning the flower lily

Regina

Latin roots, meaning a queen

Bridget

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning noble or exalted

Emillie

Roman origin, meaning a rival, also spelled Emily

Aurora

Latin origin, meaning sunrise or dawn

Destiny

English origin, meaning fate or to determine

Minerva

Latin origin, named after the Goddess of Wisdom

Yesfir

Russian roots, a version of the name Ester

Capella

Latin origin, meaning a little goat

Hestia

Greek origin, named after the Goddess of the Earth

Saw

Spanish origin, meaning saw or a mountain

Vesta

Latin origin, meaning the Hearth Goddess

Lyric

English origin, meaning the words of a song

Orlagh

Celtic origin, meaning a princess of gold, a version of the name Orla

Thyme

Greek origin, meaning smoke

Hera

Greek origin, meaning a female protector, a synonym of Juno

Andromeda

Greek origin, meaning ruler of the Men

Pandora

Greek origin translates to all gifted

Laurentia

Roman origin, meaning a place of Laurel trees

Nebula

Latin origin, meaning a heavy mass of mist

Alyssum

Greek origin, meaning a cure for madness

Aislinn

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning a vision or a dream

Eden

Hebrew origin, meaning delight, a feminine version of Aidan

Burgundy

French origin, meaning dark red

Absinthe

Greek origin, meaning something that is undrinkable

Lexi

Greek origin, short for Alexandra

Liberty

English origin, meaning freedom

Solstice

Latin origin translates to the sun standing still

Alchemy

French origin, meaning ancient chemistry

Mohala

Arabic origin, meaning to settle or occupy

Lullaby

English origin, meaning a pleasant song to help in falling asleep

Paulani

Hawaiian origin, meaning a flower from heaven

Verity

Latin origin, meaning truth or truthful

Aixa

Mixed Spanish Arabic origin, meaning worthy

Terra

Latin roots, meaning land or mother Earth

Akeela

Spanish origin, meaning an eagle, also spelled Aquila

Mawar

Indonesian origin, meaning the flower rose

Athena

Greek origin, named after Athena, the Greek goddess of warfare and wisdom

Manuella

Mixed Spanish Greek origin, meaning God is always with us

Mystery

English origin, the meaning is still unexplained

Nova

Latin origin, meaning light, recently popularized by Nova King

Moon

English origin

Lavender

Dutch origin, an occupational name for a launderer

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