Baby Names That Mean Strong

Baby names that mean strong may help arm your child for whatever lies ahead. The following are baby names that include strength in their meaning.
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  • Oz

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    This may be a legitimate Hebrew name denoting power, but to any American kid, it will evoke ruby slippers and a yellow brick road. The full Hebrew name is Ozni, who was a grandson of Jacob in the B... Read More 

  • Philomena

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    Philomena is an earthy Greek name now used in various Latin countries. While it has felt simply clunky for many years, it's starting -- along with such sister names as Wilhelmina and Frederica -- t... Read More 

  • Quillon

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    Pronounced KILL-on, might lead a young boy astray--though that doesn't seem to have halted the progress of the popular Killian. Read More 

  • Rita

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    A hot name in the Rita Hayworth 1940s, rarely given to babies today.  Read More 

  • Swithun

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    Variously spelled Swithun or Swithin, and associated with St. Swithin's day, July 15th, which is famous as a weather predictor a la Groundhog's Day: supposedly, the weather on his feast day will co... Read More 

  • Takeo

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    Well used in Japan, appreciated for its powerful meaning.  Read More 

  • Trudy

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    Innocent, sincere, and bright-eyed, and as outdated as its mother name, Gertrude.  Read More 

  • Uziah

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    One of the most unusual of the biblical iah-options, this was the name of a long-reigning king of Judea, and just might appeal to the parent looking for a quasi-unique Old Testament choice. And it ... Read More 

  • Valentina

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    Valentina is a more exotic and artistic ballerina-type successor to Valerie; a pretty, recommended choice. Mexican-born actress Salma Hayek and husband Francois-Henri Pinault named their daughter V... Read More 

  • Valerie

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    The name of a martyred medieval saint, Valerie has been on the popularity list since its earliest publication in 1880. Though it peaked in the 1960s, remaining in the top 100 until 1988, it still d... Read More 

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