Element Names: Earth

Word Names

  • Abelia
  • Acacia
  • Agate
  • Alder
  • Aloe
  • Amaryllis
  • Amber
  • Amethyst
  • Anethum (“Dill”)
  • Arabis
  • Aralia
  • Artemisia
  • Ash
  • Atlas
  • Azalea
  • Bassia
  • Birch
  • Blossom
  • Bluebell
  • Borax
  • Bud
  • Buttercup
  • Cactus
  • Calla
  • Calopyxis
  • Carnelian
  • Cedar
  • Cedrela
  • Cinnamon
  • Citrine
  • Citrus
  • Clay
  • Copper
  • Crocus
  • Cypress
  • Daffodil
  • Dahlia
  • Delonix
  • Dirt
  • Drynaria
  • Dypsis
  • Elettaria
  • Elm
  • Emerald
  • Ephedra
  • Fig
  • Flint
  • Freesia
  • Garden
  • Garnet
  • Ginger
  • Gloxinia
  • Gold
  • Grass
  • Hazel
  • Holly
  • Iris
  • Ivy
  • Jasmine
  • Jet
  • Lavender
  • Lilac
  • Lotus
  • Marigold
  • Meadow
  • Mint
  • Moss
  • Nemesia
  • Oak
  • Obsidian
  • Olivine
  • Onyx
  • Opal
  • Orchid
  • Oregano
  • Oxlip
  • Palm
  • Peridot (pronounced like “Pear-e-doe”)
  • Pine
  • Pollen
  • Poppy
  • Primrose
  • Quartz
  • Ravenna [Grass]
  • Rose
  • Sand
  • Sage
  • Sepal
  • Silver
  • Soil
  • Stalk
  • Styx
  • Terrain
  • Thistle
  • Thyme
  • Topaz
  • Trillium
  • Verbena
  • Vine
  • Wren
  • Yarrow
  • Zephyr
  • Zeolite
  • Zinnia
  • Zircon

Words with “Earth” related meanings

  • Abilene: Hebrew; meaning “land of meadows”
  • Ajax: Greek; meaning “of the earth”
  • Artemis: Greek mythology; goddess of the hunt, wild animals, etc.
  • Artois: French, place name
  • Avalon: Welsh; place name related to the myth of King Arthur
  • Avani: Hindi; meaning “man from the red earth”
  • Caius: Latin; meaning “person of earth”
  • Candana: Hindi; meaning “sandalwood”
  • Chloris: Greek mythology: goddess of flower
  • Cyllene: Greek mythology; a “oread” i.e. a mountain nymph
  • Dacia: Latin; place name
  • Demeter: Greek mythology; meaning “earth mother”
    • Variations: Demetria/Demetri/Demetrius
  • Echo: Greek mythology; a “oread” i.e. a mountain nymph
  • Eurydice: Greek mythology; a “dryad” i.e. tree nymph
  • Fan: Chinese; meaning “earth”
  • Flora: Roman mythology: goddess of flowers and the spring
  • Gaia: Greek mythology; meaning: “earth”
  • Holden: English; meaning “hollow valley”
  • Inika: Sanskrit; meaning “small earth”
  • Ivo: German; meaning “yew wood”
  • Kiah: Welsh; meaning “person of earth”
  • Leilani: Hawaiian; meaning “heavenly flower”
  • Rikuto: Japanese; meaning “land + person”
  • Silas: English; meaning “wood, forest”
  • Silvanus: Roman mythology; deity of the woods
  • Terra: English; meaning “land, earth”
  • Veles: Slavic mythology; god of earth/waters/underworld
  • Viridios: Celtic mythology; god of vegetation…
  • Zola: Latin; meaning “earth”

Last Names

  • Ebner: German; meaning “dweller on a flat piece of land”
  • Edgeworth: plant
  • Garland: English; meaning “triangle land”
  • Goldenrod: flower
  • Harlan: English; meaning “hare land”
  • Hawthorn: tree
  • Knotweed: plant
  • Larkspur: flower
  • Sandwort: flower
  • Silverberry: plant/bush
  • Whitlow: grass
  • Yarley: English: meaning “fenced meadow”
  • Zeman: Czech; meaning “landowner”

Not a complete list, but hopefully good for inspiration.

I didn’t add every single flower or plant or animal, etc.—the list would be ridiculous—just my favorites. Feel free to look up any others you may like (example: food, minerals, flowers, animals except birds), and add them on here!

Happy writing!

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You know what I love? 
Names. 
You know what I love more than just names? 
Geographically accurate names.

(Current popular names all over the world)

The following information was found here

Names From The Ancient World

  • Eastern
  • Egypt
  • Greece
  • Rome
  • Africa

Medieval European Names
Medieval English Names

Anglo-Saxon/Old English Names

  • Dithematic Names (Name with two elements)
  • Monothematic Names (Single element names & bynames)
  • Religion (Gods; Goddesses; Calendar)
  • Rulers

CELTIC

  • Ireland 
    [Celtic-Male Origin | Celtic-Female Origin | More]
  • Scotland 
    [Naming Patterns | Celtic Origin | Biblical Origin | More]
  • Wales 
    [Naming Practices | Biblical Origin | Welsh Surnames | More]
  • Brittany 
    [Male | Female | Surnames | More]
  • Old Celtic 
    [Male | Female | Religion | Cornwall | Isle of Man | More]

Modern English First Names

  • The Central Stock of English First Names
  • Linknames (feminine forms of Biblical, Celtic, germanic, Greek, Latin and Modern male names)
  • Saints (calendar of saints, patron saints)
  • Modern Coinages
    Placenames | Blended | Combined | Borrowed Words | Unisex
  • Surname Adaptations (English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh and Foreign surnames used as first names)
  • Themed Names (twins, mulit-births, colors, creatures dates, etc)
  • More

Western European Names

  • France | Naming Practices | Medieval | More
  • Italy | Latin | Medieval | More
  • Germany | Naming Practices | Medieval | More
  • Austria | First Names | Surnames | Rulers
  • Switzerland | First Names | Surnames
  • Netherlands | Naming Practices | Friesland | More
  • Belgium | Naming Practices | Walloon | More
  • Spain | Catalonia | Aragon | Asturias | Galicia | More
  • Portugal | Biblical Origin | Latin Origin | More
  • Basque | Male | Female | Surnames

Eastern European Names

  • Poland | Slavonic Origin | Various | More
  • Hungary | Pronunciation etc | Names | More
  • Czech-Slovak | Czech | Slovak | Czechoslovakia | More
  • Albania | Male | Female | Surnames
  • Bulgaria | First Names | Surnames | More
  • Romania | Male | Female | Surnames
  • Former Yugoslavia
    Former Yugoslavia | Bosnia-Hercegovina | Croatia | Macedonia | Montenegro | Serbia | Slovenia
  • Greece | Greek Origin | Latin Origin | Surnames | More

Scandinavian Names

  • Old Norse | Male | Female | Name Elements | More
  • Norway | Norse Origin | Germanic Origin | Surnames | More
  • Sweden | Norse Origin | Germanic Origin | Surnames | More
  • Denmark | Norse Origin | Various Origin | Surnames | More
  • Iceland | Norse Origin | Various Origin | Surnames | More
  • Faroe Islands | Norse Origin | Foreign Origin | Surnames
  • Finland | Pronunciation | Religion | Finnish | Compounds | More

Former Soviet Union Names

  • Russia | Naming Practices | Slavic Origin | Surnames | More
  • Europe and the Caucasus 
    Ukraine | Belarus | Moldavia | Georgia | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Caucasus
  • Baltic States
    Estonia | Latvia | Lithuania | Finland
  • Asian Republics
    Kazakhstan | Tajikistan | Turkmenistan | Uzbekistan | Kirghizistan 

African Names

  • Northern Africa | Gen. Names
    Morocco | Algeria | Tunisia | Libya | Egypt | Western Sahara 
  • Eastern Africa | Gen. Names
    Sudan | Ethiopia | Eritrea | Somalia | Djibouti | Uganda | Burundi | Rwanda | Kenya | Tanzania | Swahili 
  • Central Africa | Gen. Names
    Chad | Central African Republic | Cameroon | Equatorial Guinea | Gabon | Congo | Democratic Republic of Congo 
  • Western Africa | Gen. Names
    Mauritania | Mali | Burkina Fasu | Senegal | Gambia | Guinea-Bissau | Guinea | Sierra Leone | Liberia | Ivory Coast | Ghana | Togo | Benin | Niger | Nigeria 
  • Southern Africa | Gen. Names
    Angola | Zambia | Zimbabwe | Malawi | Mozambique | Namibia | Botswana | South Africa | Lesotho | Swaziland
  • African Islands
    Madagascar | Comoro Islands | Mauritius | Cape Verde Islands | Seychelles | Sao Tome and Principe 

Northern Native American Names

  • Native names used in modern America
  • Various Native American Nations
  • Algonquin [Cheyenne, Shawnee, Mohican/Mahican]
  • Apache [Mimbreno, Warm Springs, White Mountain, Bedonkohe, Chiricahua]
  • Iroquois [Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onundagas, Seneca, Tuscaroa]
  • Ojibwa [Ojibway, Potawatomi, Chippewa]
  • Cherokee | Choctaw | Creek | Crow | Hopi | Kiowa | Miwok | Navajo | Nez Perce | Omaha | Osage | Seminole | Sioux | Yakima
  • Inuit

Southern and Central Native American Names

  • Aztec [History, Male, Female, Religion, Calendars, Rulers]
  • Inca [Male, Female, Religion, Calendars]
  • Maya [History, Male, Female, Religion, Calendars]
  • Amazonian [Names from tribes living in the rain forests]

India

  • Hindu Names
    Male Names [A | B | C - K | L- Z] | Female | More
  • Hindu Gods
  • Sikh
  • Others

Middle and Near Eastern 

  • Arab/Muslim
    Male | Female | More
  • East
    Iran | Turkey | Kurds | Pakistan | Bangladesh | Afghanistan
  • Jewish Names
    Biblical | Yiddish | Modern | Various | Surnames

  • China 
    Info | Male | Female  
  • Japan 
    Info | Male | Female
  • Korea 
    Info | Male | Female
  • Mongolia
  • Himalayan 
    Nepal | Bhutan | Tibet
  • Indochina 
    Burma | Thailand | Vietnam | Cambodia | Laos
  • South East Asia 
    Indonesia | Malaysia | Brunei | The Philippines

Pacific 

  • Polynesia
    Maori | Samoa | Tonga | French Polynesia | Fiji | Cook Islands | Easter Island | Hawai'i | Australia
  • Micronesia
    Federated States of Micronesia | Kirbati | Marashall Islands | Marianas Islands and Guam | Nauru | Belau
  • Melanesia
    Soloman Islands | Papua New Guinea | Vanuatu | Tuvalu
Japanese Names

Feminine

  • Aiko: meaning “little loved one”
  • Amaya: meaning “night rain”
  • Amora: meaning “love”
  • Asami: meaning “morning beauty”
  • Azami: meaning “thistle”
  • Chiasa: meaning “one thousand mornings”
  • Emiko: meaning “blessed, beautiful”
  • Haruka: meaning “far off”
  • Inari: meaning “shrimp”
  • Izumi: meaning “fountain”
  • Kaida: meaning “little dragon”
  • Kaori: meaning “fragrance”
  • Kazu: meaning “peace”
  • Kimiko: meaning “child without equal”
  • Kiyo: meaning “pure”
  • Mai: meaning “dance”
  • Nao: meaning “pleasant”
  • Sora: meaning “sky”
  • Yuki: meaning “happiness”

Masculine

  • Akeno: meaning “in the morning”
  • Benjiro: meaning “enjoy peace”
  • Hiro: meaning “generous”
  • Ichiro: meaning “first son”
  • Isao: meaning “honor”
  • Jiro: meaning “second son”
  • Kado: meaning “gateway”
  • Katsuro: meaning “victorious son”
  • Masaki: meaning “elegant tree”
  • Miki: meaning “beautiful”
  • Namiko: meaning “wave”
  • Raiden: meaning “thunder god”
  • Reizo: meaning “cool, calm”
  • Rumi: meaning “father”
A List of Gender-Neutral Names

o   Dakota

o   Blaine

o   Tyler

o   Drew

o   Dylan

o   Ryan

o   Riley

o   Quinn

o   Avery

o   Morgan

o   Harper

o   Jamie/Jaymee

o   Hayden

o   Peyton

o   Sam

o   Tanner

o   Oakley

o   Charlie

o   Emory

o   Jessi/Jessy

o   Rowan

o   Tatum

o   Rory

o   Lyric

o   Sawyer

o   Eden

o   Teagan

o   Jordan

o   Marley

o   Kendall

o   Skyler

o   Blake

o   Micah

o   Carter

o   Reagan

o   Hunter

o   Logan

o   Dallas

o   Hadley

o   Chris

o   Bailee

o   Kennedy

o   Teddy

o   Lane

o   Tristin/Tristan

o   Keegan/Keagan

o   Kian

o   Pike

o   Cody

o   Ashton

o   Jude

o   Grayson

Some beautiful female biblical names: 

Hannah - Hannah wanted a child and begged the Lord to give her one. In return she promised to raise the child dedicated to the Lord. He answered her prayer and gave her a son. She followed through on the promise -  and her son grew up to be Samuel, one of the most influential and godly men in the Bible.

Abigail - Abigail was married to a self-centered, wicked man named Nabal. He denied hospitality to David and angered him. Abigail went to David trying to calm him to prevent a fight (and thus protect her household) and was successful. After hearing that it was his wife and not himself who saved his household, Nabal died of shock and Abigail married David who saw her for who she was, a very strong woman. 

Esther - Esther was a Jewish woman married to a king. The King chose her through a contest and did not know she was a Jew, neither was she allowed to go before him without invitation. In fact, doing so without invitation meant death. The King’s right hand, a wicked man called Haman, planned to kill all Jews. When Esther found out, she bravely decided to go before the king uninvited to save her people. She did so cleverly by inviting him for a meal and was successful.   

Lois - see Eunice 

Eunice - Eunice was the mother and Lois the grandmother of Timothy. While they’re only briefly mentioned in the bible, we know that Timothy learned many things from them and can conclude that they were caring, loving women who raised him to be a faithful student of God’s word. 

Mary - You are likely familiar with her story: An angel appeared to her, announcing she had been chosen to give birth as a virgin and she gave birth in a stable - to Jesus! 

Ruth - Ruth’s first husband died before they had a child. She loved her mother-in-law and left her homeland to follow  her, declaring “Your people will be my people and your God my God “. Her loyalty to Ruth and to God brought rich rewards and attracted Boaz who marries her. Through her family line came King David and ultimately Jesus. 

Elizabeth - As a childless woman, Elizabeth prayed for a baby. The Lord answered her prayer and she gave birth John the Baptist, whom Jesus called the greatest of all men. Remarkably, she recognized the unborn Jesus as the Messiah while the pregnant Mary visits her! 

Hagar - Hagar was a surrogate for the infertile Sarah. After she gave birth, Sarah chased her away into the wilderness. But God provided for her and her son and she kept her faith despite her difficult life circumstances. 

Magdalena - Jesus delivered Mary Magdalena from seven demons. She became a devoted follower of Him and supported His ministry financially. Later, she was the first who saw Him after He had risen from death! 

Puah - See Shiphrah 

Shiphrah -  She and Puah were two midwives who feared God, and helped prevent the murder of Hebrew male children by the Egyptians, and thus the genocide of the Hebrew people! 

Keziah - The bible doesn’t tell us much about her except that she received a equal inheritance from her father which was unusual at that time, so many see her name as a symbol for equality as it’s likely that she was a strong woman who fighted for it! 

list of 104 unique baby names for your sims

Girls:

1. Amberlynn

2. Audeliah

3. Brionne

4. Brittley

5. Ceridwen 

6. Codyr

7. Daylen

8. Dakota 

9. Elethea

10. Elspeth

11. Felicity

12. Fawna

13. Ginger

14. Geralyn

15. Halle

16. Hazel

17. Ivorie

18. Illiona

19. Jacquelyn 

20. Jemaleen

21. Kasidia

22. Kolbie

23. Lyndall

24. Lydel

25. Myriadde

26. Max

27. Niveka 

28. Nelwyn

29. Oldwen

30. Olivia

31. Pyper

32. Paeton

33. Quinlee

34. Quincy

35. Rabycca

36. Riley

37. Stayten

38. Saxon

39. Talyssa

40. Tate

41. Ulyana

42. Udel

43. Violet

44. Vydella

45. Wesslie

46.  Willow

47. Xaelie

48. Xenna

49. Yasmin

50. Yoana

51. Zadie

52. Zoey


Boys:

1. Aaric

2. Abbott

3. Bailee

4. Byron

5. Calvin

6. Chester

7. Donovan 

8. Dalten

9. Elliott

10. Ellis

11. Fytch

12. Fulton

13. Graham

14. Gace

15. Hillock

16. Harley

17. Iaan

18. Irvyn

19. Jak

20. Jesse

21. Keegan

22. Kieran

23. Linley

24. Laurence

25. Melvick

26. Morgan

27. Niles

28. Nicholai

29. Oakley

30. Oscar

31. Pakston 

32. Palmer

33. Quentin

34. Quiggley

35. Radcliff

36. Ruebon

37. Sanderson

38. Soloman

39. Trysten

40. Tadlen

41. Upton

42. Urian

43. Vance

44. Vinncent

45. Wade

46. Wiatt

47. Xander

48. Xerxes

49. York

50. Yisreal

51. Zackari

52. Zino

Enjoy :)) 

And now for no particular reason, a list unpopular names that need to be more popular as well as words I think would make great names but aren’t, or at least haven’t been used as names enough for anyone who has them to not get questions about how dorky or pretentious they and their parents are. Bolding the latter to make them easier to spot for anyone looking to add their two cents on whether these deserve to be names or not, or whether you disagree on which genders they would work best with.

Feel free to expand upon this list.

Ace (gender neutral)

Adalira
Adelaide
Adeline (“LINE” not “LYN”)

Aelia

Aelita

Aeolia

Aisha
Alaska (gender neutral, Aly as a female nickname)
Alchemy (female, Aly as a nickname)
Alpha (gender neutral)

Alyeska (female, Aly as a nickname)
Amari
Amarilla
Amery
Amory
Andromeda
Anemone
Anette
Anice

Anila

Anitra
Anona
Aphrodite
Apollo
Aponi
Aqua
Aquamarine
Aquila (female)
Araceli
Arctic (female)
Argent (gender neutral)
Aria
Ariadne
Arizona (gender neutral)
Arlette

Arstelle
Artemis
Artisan (gender neutral, Zan as a nickname)

Asahi
Ash/Ashes (male or female, on their own or as nicknames for Ashley or similar names)
Ashanti
Ashi
Ashia
Ashni
Aster (gender neutral)
Astra
Astraea
Astrid
Astronomy (female)
Athena
Aubrey (gender neutral)
Auburn (gender neutral)
Aura
Aurelia
Aurora
Autumn
Avani
Axis (gender neutral)
Azalea
Azure

Azurine (female)

Bluebell (female)
Bluejay (gender neutral)

Canary
Caster (gender neutral)
Chell(e)/Chelley (pronounced “CH” not “SH” on it’s own or as a nickname for names like Chelsea, Rachel, or Michelle)
Chemistry (female)
Cherry (female)
Cherry-Blossom (female)
Chickadee (female)
Chloe
Cho (gender neutral)
Chrysalis (female)
Cleopatra
Clover
Copper (gender neutral)

Cora
Cosmic (gender neutral)
Cosmos (male)
Cyan (gender neutral first name or as a surname)
Daphne
Deyanira (Nira for short)
Dragon (as a male first name, female nickname, or a surname)
Dragonfly (female first name, Dragon for short)

Eagle (male)
Ebony
Electric (male, Rick as a nickname)
Electricity (female, Tris as a nickname)
Elvi
Ember

Emeleen
Emeline

Emelyn
Emerald
Emery
Eris
Esther
Estrella
Evening (female, Eve for short)
Falcon (male)

Faline
Fauna
Fawn

Fay(e)line

Felicia
Fiery (female)
Fire (gender neutral)
Firebird (female)
Firefly (female)
Forest (gender neutral)
Fox (gender neutral)
Fuchsia
Galaxy (female)
Gemini (gender neutral)
Genevra
Ginger
Hawaii (female)
Hawk (male)
Honey (female)
Hoshi (gender neutral)
Idalia
Imogen
Inanna
Indigo (female)
Indira
Indy/Indie/Indiana (gender neutral)

Ilena

Iria
Iris
Irony (female)
Isis (thanks for ruining it terrorists!)
Ivory
Ivy
Jade
Jasmine

Irina

Ivina

Jericho

Jinora
Jupiter (female, Mila Kunis and Makoto Kino wore it way better than the king of the gods)
Kalani (female)

Kira
Kitsune (as a female first name or surname)
Kokiri/Kiri/Koki (female first name)
Kori
Korra

Laria

Laser (gender neutral on its own or as a nickname for Lazarus)
Lava (female)
Lavender
Laz (as a nickname for Lazarus)

Leia
Leona

Leila

Leora

Levi

Levia

Liberty (female, Libby for short)
Libra (female, Libby for short)
Lightning (gender neutral)
Lilac

Lilybell

Lina
Link
Lion (male)

Lioness (female)

Livia
Lynx (gender neutral)
Lyra
Mace (male)
Madeline (“LINE” not “LYN”)
Magic (female)

Magenta (female)
Mahogany (female)
Margo(t)
Marigold
Marisol

Meadow
Melancholy (female)
Midna
Midnight (female)
Mina
Minerva
Ming
Mint/Minty (female)
Mira

Morning Glory (female)

Mouse (female)
Muse (female)
Music (female)
Mystery (female)

Naava
Naiad (female)
Nasa (female)
Nature (female)
Nebula
Neko (gender neutral)
Nella

Neomia

Neon (gender neutral)
Nessie (female)
Nexus (female, Nex as a nickname)
Night (gender neutral)
Nimbus (gender neutral)
Nina
Nisha

Noir

Noira (female, pronounced “nor”)

Noiranne (female, pronounced “nor”)

Noireen (female, pronounced as either “nwar” or “nor”)

Noirella (female, pronounced “nwar”)

Noirelle(female, pronounced “nwar”)

Noirette(female, pronounced as either “nwar” or “nor”)

Noiria (female, pronounced as either “nwar” or “nor”)

Noirianne (female, pronounced as either “nwar”)

Noirina  (female, pronounced as either “nwar”)

Nora
Nova (female)
Nubia
Nymph (female)
Ocean (female)
Ocelot (gender neutral)
Octave (male)
Octavia

Olympia

Opal

Opaline
Ophelia

Orana

Orchid
Orion

Padme

Pegasus (gender neutral)
Pepper (female)
Peppermint (female)
Persephone
Phoenix (gender neutral, with Nick, Nikki, and Nix as nicknames)
Pixie (female)
Pizazz (female, Zaz/Zazz/Zazzy as nicknames)
Polaris (female)
Poppy
Raav (male)
Raava (female)
Rabbit (gender neutral)
Rav (gender neutral)
Ravee
Ravi (gender neutral)

Ravindira (female, combination of “Rav/Ravi” which means “sun” and “Indira” which means “beauty” to create “Beautiful Sun”
Ravindra (gender neutral)

Rayette
Red (gender neutral)
Redwood (male)
Ree/Ri/Rie (female)

Ren

Reylia

Rock (male)
Rocket (gender neutral)
Rockette
Rouge

Runa

Saber (as a male first name or as a nickname for Sabrina)
Saria
Science (gender neutral)
Scorpion (male)
Scorpius (male)
Seabreeze (female)
Seashell (female)
Secret (female)
Selkie (female)
Seven (female)
Shanti
Shayera
Shiri
Shiva (female)
Siren (female, Ren as a nickname)

Sitara
Snake (male)
Snapdragon (as a female first name or surname)
Snow (female)

Solina
Space (gender neutral)
Spacey (female)
Starla
Starlight (female)

Solina

Soline

Starshine (female first name or surname)
Sterling (male)
Stone (male)
Storm (male)
Stormy (female)
Sugar (female)
Sun (gender neutral)
Sunbeam (female)
Sunflower (female)
Sunshine (female)
Swan (female)
Teal (gender neutral)
Thunder (male)
Tigerlily
Tippi
Topaz (gender neutral first name or surname)
Turquoise (female)
Twilight (female)
V (gender neutral)
Valentine (as a gender neutral first name, it’s already loved as a surname)
Vanilla (female, Nilla as a nickname)
Vee (female)

Venita
Vi (female)

Vina
Violin (female)
Vix (gender neutral)
Vixen
Vixi (female)
Volcano (male)
Vortex (gender neutral)
Wolf (male)
Xan (gender neutral, on its own or as a nickname for Xander or Alexander/Alexandria)
Xander
Xenia
Zaira
Zan (on its own or as a nickname)
Zarzuela (female)
Zee (gender neutral)
Zelda
Zero (gender neutral)
Zeta (female)
Zeus

Zo-Anne/ZoAnne/Zoanne
Zuko

Apparently I really like names that start with “A”.