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Names That Mean Thir

83 names found for "Thir"   (page 1 of 2) 

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Looking for names that mean Thir? We couldn't find the exact name Thir, but listed below are some first names meaning Thir or names similar to the word Thir.

Similar Names

Taahir | Tahir | Tathir | Thiery | Thor | Thorir | Tier | Tor | Torr | Tyr |

Related Names

Abbey  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abbie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abby  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abigail  (Hebrew)
Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form.' in the Play the Scor
Adusa  (African)
Ghanian Name Given to the Thirteenth-born Child
Avagail  (Hebrew)
My Father Rejoices. Biblical; the Name of King David's Third Wife Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Baal-shalisha  (Biblical)
The God That Presides Over Three; the Third Idol
Cormac  (Gaelic)
Charioteer. Famous Bearer, a Legendary Third Century Irish King
Delfina  (Spanish)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delfina  (Latin)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphia  (Spanish)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphia  (Latin)
Dolphin. Variant of the Thirteenth-century French Saint Delphine
Delphine  (French)
Dolphin. Derived from the Greek Name. Famous Bearer: a Thirteenth-century French Saint
Gail  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Gale  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Gamma  (Greek)
Third Letter of Greek Alphabet
Gayle  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Hothir  (Biblical)
Excelling, Remaining
Ida  (Irish)
Thirsty
Ide  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Thirst
Ide  (Irish)
Thirsty
Ita  (Irish)
Thirst. Thirsty
Ita  (Gaelic)
Thirsty
Ita  (Italian)
Thirsty
Judas  (Greek)
Greek Form of Judah. The Apostle, Judas Iscariot, Betrayed Jesus Christ for Thirty Pieces of Silver. As a Result, the Name Judas is Used As a Synonym for 'Traitor' and is Not Often Used As a First Nam
Judas  (Hebrew)
Variant of Judah: Praise. The Praised One. This Name Has Become Synonymous With Traitor, As the Apostle Judas Iscariot Betrayed Jesus Christ for Thirty Pieces of Silver
Katheer  (Muslim)
Variant of Kathir: Abundant. Copious
Katherine  (English)
Pure. Used Since Third Century A. D. Early Latin Forms Katerina and Caterina Became Katharine and Catherine. French Cateline and English Catlyn Came into Wider Use During Medieval Period When Variants
Kathir  (Muslim)
Abundant. Copious
Levi  (Hebrew)
Attached or Pledged. Joined. Levi; Third ' of Jacob's Sons; Became Father of the Tribe That Was Assigned Priestly Duties. Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc
Luke  (Greek)
Light Giving. from Lucania (Lucania Was a District of Ancient Italy). Luke Was the Author of the Acts of the Apostles and of the Third Gospel in the New Testament, the Patron Saint of Doctors and Arti
Mansa  (African)
Third Born Girl
Manzo  (Japanese)
Ten Thousand-fold-strong Third Son
Meeda  (Irish)
Thirsty
Mensah  (Egyptian)
Born Third
Mide  (Irish)
Thirsty
Mikazuki  (Japanese)
Moon of the Third Night
Munthir  (Muslim)
Warner. Cautioner
Natheer  (Muslim)
Variant of Nathir: Warner
Nathir  (Muslim)
Warner
Ottah  (Egyptian)
Third Born
Rayya  (Arabic)
No Longer Thirsty
Renzo  (Japanese)
Third Link or Third Son
Sabastian  (Greek)
Revered. The Twin Brother of Viola in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. A Third-century Martyred Centurion Who Became St. Sebastian Patron Saint of Soldiers
Sabastian  (Latin)
Revered. The Twin Brother of Viola in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. A Third-century Martyred Centurion Who Became St. Sebastian Patron Saint of Soldiers
Saburo  (Japanese)
Third-born Male
San  (Chinese)
Means 'Three'. This Name is Sometimes Given to the Third Child
San  (Chinese)
Means 'Three'. This Name is Sometimes Given to the Third Child
Sebastian  (Latin)
Venerable; Revered. The Twin Brother of Viola in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. A Third-century Martyred Centurion Who Became St. Sebastian Patron Saint of Soldiers
Seth  (Hebrew)
Anointed; Compensation. Seth Was the Third Son of Adam and Eve. Eve Considered Him to Be a Replacement for Her Dead Son, Abel
83 names found for "Thir"   (page 1 of 2) 

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