List of Names with "Hospitable" in Meaning

A collection of baby names with meaning of hospitable. We found in our database 9 names have the similar meanings. If you want to hold this word 'Hospitable' for your lovely kid, please proceed to collection and choose any of the alternative in the list given below:

  • Zeena
    Origin and Meaning of Zeena. "Zeena" is a name of African origin, and it means "Beautiful". It's a name commonly given to girls.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Ornament, Something beautiful, Origin: Arabic
  • Xenna
    Xenna Name meaning in Urdu is -- , a Christian English Girl name with lucky number is -- and Xenna Name meaning in English is Hospitable.
    Meaning: Hospitable
  • Zenna
    Greek Meaning: The name Zenna is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Zenna is: born of Zeus.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Origin: Greek
  • Zina - ZEE-nə
    Meanings and history of the name Zina: | Edit. It is of Greek origin and means "shining " or "going back". Another meaning for it is "sun flower" , also in Arabic it means "beautiful" and "strong". It is originally of Arabic origin.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Origin: Greek
  • Muzhar
    Muslim Meaning: The name Mazhar is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Mazhar is: Phenomenon. Manifestation.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Origin: Arabic
  • Phelim
    The name Phelim is a baby boy name. The name Phelim comes from the Irish origin. In Irish The meaning of the name Phelim is: Variant of Feidhlim: Good forever.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Origin: English
  • Fedelma
    Fedelma. FORM OF: feidelm. LANGUAGE FAMILY: indo-european > celtic > insular celtic > goidelic > irish ORIGIN: irish NAME ROOT: FEIDLIMID. MEANING: This name derives from the Irish “feidlimid”, meaning “beauty, ever good, constant”.
    Meaning: Hospitable, Origin: English
  • Dellma
    German Meaning: The name Delma is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name Delma is: Noble protector.
    Meaning: Hospitable
  • Philander
    1737, from the noun meaning "a lover" (1700), from Philander, popular name for a lover in stories, drama, and poetry, from Greek adjective philandros "with love for people," perhaps mistaken as meaning "a loving man," from phil- "loving" (see philo-) + andr-, stem of aner "man" (see anthropo-).
    Meaning: Hospitable