Female Versions of Male Names #1

Guess the female versions of these male names.
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Last updated: September 12, 2021
First submittedJuly 30, 2018
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Albert
Alberta
Andrew
Andrea
Angel
Angela
Bernard
Bernadette
Brian
Brianna
Charles
Charlotte
Claude
Claudette
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Daniel
Danielle
Donald
Donna
Eric
Erica
Frank
Francesca
Gerald
Geraldine
Harry
Harriet
Jack
Jackie
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Joseph
Josephine
Jude
Judith
Justin
Justine
Louis
Louise
Mark
Marcia
Max
Maxine
Nicholas
Nicole
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Norman
Norma
Paul
Paula
Raymond
Ramona
Robert
Roberta
Shawn
Shawna
Stephen
Stephanie
Victor
Victoria
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Level 20
Jul 31, 2018
What about Michaela for Michael?
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Level 81
Jul 31, 2018
Okay.
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Level 47
Aug 1, 2018
What about antonia for Anthony?
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Level 81
Aug 3, 2018
According to Wikipedia, Antonia is the feminine version of Antonio (which is Anthony in romance languages). I made a decision to only include the feminine versions from the same language family. If I have to include every version from every language, the whole thing will be get out of hand and I'll have to quit my job to edit this quiz full time.
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Level 16
May 11, 2020
Why would you waste 100% of this quiz on such an obscure piece of knowledge? No one cares if it's Antonia or Anthony. Really.
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Level 81
May 11, 2020
You seem angry about something. Have I wronged you in some way?
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Level 57
Aug 15, 2020
What is your problem?
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Level 86
Jul 31, 2021
Why would you waste 100% of this comment on such a harmless little quiz? No one cares if it's obscure or well-known. Really.
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Level 57
Aug 15, 2020
I got the second-least guessed answer but i missed the second-most guessed answer.
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Level 71
Mar 3, 2021
What about Daniel(l)a for Daniel? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel
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Level 81
Mar 3, 2021
Okay.
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Level 62
Jul 31, 2021
Great quiz!!
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Level 67
Jul 31, 2021
Nicola is another feminine version of Nicholas :)
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Level 77
Aug 1, 2021
Frank is a nickname for Francis, so shouldn't Frances be accepted as a female version?
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Level 81
Aug 2, 2021
Sure.
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Level 91
Aug 4, 2021
Nichole? Maybe it's a Canadian thing, but I've seen this spelling way more often and it's closer to the masculine!
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Level 81
Aug 4, 2021
Okay.
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Level 37
Aug 10, 2021
Fun! Thanks.

Siobhan and Sian are the feminine forms of Sean (Shawn), btw. I got Shawna, but those are legit too.

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Level 81
Aug 10, 2021
Siobhán is actually the Irish version of Jane, and Siân is the Welsh version of Jane, from the Old French Jehanne, and so they are feminine versions of John, not Shawn. That technicality aside, I decided not to include equivalents from languages other than English to avoid having hundreds of type-ins.
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Level 45
Sep 12, 2021
Fun quiz but a few things I would change:

-Bert and Bertha should be accepted for Albert

-Angelina should be accepted for Angel

-Robert should also be allowed Bert and Bertha

-Francis should be allowed for Frank

-I've never met or even heard of a Maxine or Geraldine so consider removing those

-Marcia should be spelled witha T instead of S

You don't need to make the corrections, its still a really fun quiz without but consider making the changes.

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Level 81
Sep 12, 2021
  • Bert and Bertha would most likely be nicknames for Alberta
  • Agree for Angelina
  • I've never heard of Robert being a female name
  • Francis is a male name (peaking at #443 for baby boys in the US in 2000, but not making the top #1000 for girls). The female version is Frances -- which is accepted -- which peaked at #416 for baby girls in the US in 2020
  • Maxine was #737 for baby girls in the US in 2020, and Geraldine was #964 in 2011
  • There's no S in Marcia. If you meant T instead of C, "Martia" has not been in the top 1000 names for baby girls in the US for any year of birth beginning with 2000.