Tini may refer to:
Ava or AVA may refer to:
Grit, Grits, or Gritty may refer to:
Saffron is a spice.
Krystal may refer to:
Yasmin is usually a feminine given name, sometimes also a surname. Variant forms and spellings include Yasemin, Yasmeen, Yasmina, Yasmine, and Yassmin.
Monique is a female given name. It is the French form of the name Monica. The name has enjoyed some popularity in the United States since about 1955, and is less common in other English-speaking countries except for Canada although mostly used by French speakers in Quebec and is rare in the English parts of Canada.
Gigi may refer to:
Tana may refer to:
Caitlin is a female given name of Irish origin. Historically, the Irish name Caitlín was anglicized as Cathleen or Kathleen. In the 1970s, however, non-Irish speakers began pronouncing the name according to English spelling rules as KAYT-lin, which led to many variations in spelling such as Caitlin, Catelynn, Caitlyn, Katlyn, Kaitlin, Kaitlyn, Katelyn and Katelynn.
Colleen is an Irish language name and is of Irish origin and a generic term for women or girls, from the Irish cailín 'girl/woman', the diminutive of caile 'woman, countrywoman'.
Debbie is a feminine given name, commonly but not always short for Deborah.
Hannah also spelled Hanna, Hana or Chana, is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin. It is derived from the root ḥ-n-n, meaning "favour" or "grace"; A Dictionary of First Names attributes the name to a word meaning 'He (God) has favoured me with a child'. Anne, Ana, Ann, and other variants of the name derive from the Hellenized Hebrew: Anna.
Jessica is a female given name.
Katrina or Katrine is a feminine given name. It is a derivative of Katherine. People with this name include:
Jodie is a unisex given name. It is related to names Cody, Jodi, Jody, Codey, and Jodey. It is also a rare surname. It can be used as a nickname for Joseph, Jude, Judith, Joan and Jonathan, and a variant for Jo.
Ngaire, sometimes anglicised as Nyree, is a name most often found in New Zealand. Its specific origins are unclear, except that it originated in New Zealand, where the pronunciation of the name follows Maori rather than English phonetics. A possible origin is given by the 19th century spelling of the Taranaki town Ngaere, meaning "swamp", the spelling of which was corrected from Ngaire to Ngaere in 1909.
Helen is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Greek name Ἑλένη, Helenē, which descends from Proto-Hellenic *Ηwelénā, from a pre-Hellenic or late Proto-Indo-European *Swelénā, ultimately derived from the Indo-European root *swel-.
The name Brooke is a very common female given name and uncommonly a male given name, also used as a surname. The name Brooke was most popular in the early 1990s. Other forms of Brooke include Brook. The name "Brooke" is of English origin.
Valli is the Goddess consort of the Hindu God Murugan.
Olivia is a feminine given name in the English language. It is derived from Latin oliva "olive" meaning peace. Both Oliva and Olivia were Latinate forms in use in English speaking countries as early as the thirteenth century. Olive was in common use as a vernacular form. Though not invented by William Shakespeare, the name was popularized by a character in the Twelfth Night.