Girls names that mean faith

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Girls names that mean faith
There are many girls names that mean faith or faithful. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Faith is a common girls name, shared by actress Faith Prince and singer Faith Hill; however, Faith is not the only name you can give your daughter that carries the meaning of faith or faithful. In English, Arabic, French, Spanish and some African languages, there are other names that also have this meaning. Some of these are variants that look and sound similar to "faith," whereas others are synonyms.

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English

In English, Fay, Faithe, Fayth, Fayanna and Faye are all also variants of Faith. The names Loyal, Charity and Hope are also sometimes translated to have faith as part of their meaning. Trinity refers to the Holy Trinity in the Christian faith, and Christina refers to a Christian who is presumably faithful.

Arabic

In Arabic, there are several girls names that mean faith or faithful. These include Amina or Amineh, which also mean trustworthy, reliable, secure, and protected. Eman or Imaan mean faith or belief. Mo'mina means faithful or truly believing,

Nadia means the bringer of faith, and Wafiyya means loyal or faithful.

French

Fae, Fayanna and Fealty are all French variants of faith that also mean confidence, trust and belief. Lela or Leola mean loyal and faithful. Mimi means faithful guard.

Spanish

Fidelia and Fidelina are Spanish variants of faith, with Fidelina meaning little faithful one. Leala means loyal or faithful and Esperanza means hope, faith and charity.

African languages

Certain African languages also have names that mean faith, such as Armani and Nakia, which mean pure as well as faithful. Some African names are similar to the Arabic names for faith. Examples include Aminia, Iman and Imani.

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