8 Girl Dog Names From Ancient Culture Ends With a

If you are sick of popular modern dog names, then you could consider some ancient dog names, and they will take you back in time to Sabrina Rogers to dust off some of the oldest appellations.
If you want some truly unique names, you have to go back further in history. There are so many ancient names for girls, and they make unique baby names for girls. Here's a selection of worthy ancient names which end with a character. Check out them and we hope you will love one of them.


Aurelia has been popular since the heyday of the Roman Empire. Its soft, feminine appeal makes it just as well-suited to modern babies.

Amica is the Latin female form of Amicus, which means female friend or friendly, loving woman.
The name Cassia is a Greek baby name, Cassia is an herb and the meaning of the name Cassia is: Spicy cinnamon.
Fabia is a Latin baby name with the meaning of bean farmer, it is the feminine form of the Roman family name Fabius.

Flavia is another Roman origin name which means golden, this make it perfect for a little blonde-haired girl.
Gaia has a strong connection to the earth. In Greek mythology, Gaia was the goddess of the earth and the universal mother.
The name Junia is a Biblical baby name, the meaning of the name Junia is: Youth.

Mila is a Russian baby name. In Russian the meaning of the name Mila is: People's love.

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