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Meaning of the Name Myrtle

The first name Myrtle is of English, Greek origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: A Flowering Shrub
Greek: Myrtle
Greek: The Tree,Victory
Greek: Tree

Related Names

Easter  (Persian)
Variant of Esther: Star. Refers to the Planet Venus. Also Myrtle Leaf. Also a Variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian Goddess of Love. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Ester, Who Became a Th Century Queen of Pe
Essie  (Persian)
Diminutive of Esther: Star. Refers to the Planet Venus. Also Myrtle Leaf. Also a Variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian Goddess of Love. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Ester, Who Became a Th Century Queen of
Ester  (Spanish)
Star. Form of Persian Esther.'Myrtle Leaf.' Famous Bearer: Ester, a Young Biblical Hebrew Woman Who Married the Persian Ruler Xerxes and Risked Her Life to Save Her People
Esther  (Persian)
Star. Refers to the Planet Venus. Also Myrtle Leaf. Also a Variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian Goddess of Love. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Ester, Who Became a Th Century Queen of Persia
Ettie  (Persian)
Diminutive of Esther: Star. Refers to the Planet Venus. Also Myrtle Leaf. Also a Variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian Goddess of Love. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Ester, Who Became a Th Century Queen of
Etty  (Persian)
Diminutive of Esther: Star. Refers to the Planet Venus. Also Myrtle Leaf. Also a Variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian Goddess of Love. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Ester, Who Became a Th Century Queen of
Hadassah  (Persian)
Myrtle or Bride
Hadassah  (Hebrew)
Myrtle Tree. Also the Biblical Persian Queen Esther's Hebrew Name
Hadassah  (Hebrew)
Myrtle Tree
Hadassah  (Hebrew)
Myrtle Tree (Hadassa)
Hadassah  (Persian)
Myrtle or Bride
Hadassah  (Biblical)
A Myrtle, Joy
Heena  (Muslim)
Variant of Hina: Henna. Myrtle
Hester  (Persian)
Star. Myrtle Leaf. A Latinized Form of Esther. Esther Was a Young Hebrew Woman in the Bible Who Married the Persian Ruler Xerxes and Risked Her Life to Save Her People
Hetty  (Persian)
Diminutive of Hester: Star. Myrtle Leaf
Hina  (Muslim)
Henna. Myrtle
Hinaa  (Muslim)
Variant of Hina: Henna. Myrtle
Hinna  (Muslim)
Variant of Hina: Henna. Myrtle
Merta  (Greek)
Myrtle
Muriel  (Greek)
Myrrh, Myra, Myrtle, Practical, Timorous, Upright, Loves the Open Air
Myrta  (Greek)
Myrtle
Myrta  (Latin)
Variant of Myrtle - Based on the Evergreen Shrub Sacred to Venus As a Symbol of Love
Myrtia  (Greek)
Myrtle
Myrtice  (Greek)
Myrtle
Myrtilla  (English)
Variant of Myrtle: a Flowering Shrub
Myrtis  (Greek)
Myrtle
Myrtisa  (Greek)
Myrtle
Mytra  (Greek)
Myrtle

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