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U baby names are not exactly understated. (Ulf or Ulla, anyone?) But don’t underestimate the awesomeness of the U! We’ve got a whole selection of boy and gir names to peruse.
Egyptian: Another form of Hathor
English: Prosperous or wealthy wolf
German: Bright mind, bright spirit; variant of Huette
Celtic: Jewel of the sea
Teutonic: Fom the noble land
English: Special friend; possible variant of Edwina, a prosperous friend
German: Mistress of all
Norse: Glory; in Norse mythology, the god of winter and skiers
German: Strong willed, from the Norse ullr, willful, determined
Latin: Familiar form of Ursula
German: Mistress of all, universal ruler
German: Noble leader
Teutonic: Universal ruler
African: Second daughter (Nigeria)
Latin: Wrathful; variant of the Greek Odysseus, best known as a main character of the poet Homer''s two great epics. Ulysses S....
Egyptian: Little mother
Latin: One, unity, together; In Edmund Spenser''s epic poem The Faerie Queene, Una is the knight Redcrosse''s virtuous lady fair...
Uni has the distinction of being both an expensive delicacy (sea urchin roe) consumed by foodies around the world, and a...
Latin: Little waves, ripple, mermaid; In German mythology, undines were female water-spirits created without a soul, but if one...
Norse: A Dane
Norse: Beloved girl
Sanskrit: Precious stone, jewel
Greek: Heavenly, mythological muse of the astronomy
Latin: Of the city
Latin: Urban, lives in and belongs to the city; implies sophistication
African: Princess (Nigeria)