Arabic
Niran "Flames"
Nuri "Fire"
Nuria "Fire"

Armenian
Hourig "Small fire"

Celtic
Aine "Fire or joy"
Aithne "Fire"
Ea "Fire"
Edna "Fire"
Eithne "Little fire"
Ena "Passionate or fiery"
Enya "Little fire"
Etain "Little fire"
Ethne "Fire"
Keegan "Small and fiery, bright flame"
Kegan "Bright shining flame"

Czechoslovakian
Basia "Fire"

English
Brande "Firebrand"
Ember "The smoldering remains of a fire"
Kenna "Born of fire"

French
Cendrillion "Of the ashes"
Cinderella "Of the ashes"

Gaelic
Ea "Fire"
Edana "Fiery, tiny flame"+++++
Eideann "Fiery"
Eithne "Little fire"
Enya "Little fire"
Keegan "Small and fiery, bright flame"
Kegan "Bright shining flame"

German
Blas "Firebrand"
Blasa "Firebrand"

Greek
Celosia "Burning"
Effie "Fair flame"
Electra "The fiery sun"
Elektra "The fiery sun"
Pyralis "Of fire"
Tana "Fire or star goddess"

Hawaiian
Kalama "Flaming torch"
Keahi "Flames, fire"

Hebrew
Adar "Fire"
Adara "Fire"
Nuri "Flaming lights
Nuria "God's fire"
Serafine "Burning fire"
Seraphina "Burning fire"
Seraphine "Burning fire"
Serefina "Burning fire"

Hindi
Banhi "Fire"
Idris "Fiery"
Jwala "Flame"
Jyotika "Light, flame"
Udipti "On fire"
Vahni "Fire"

Indian
Anala "Fiery"
Angarika "Flame of the forest"
Arati "Divine fire in a ritual"
Jyoti "Flame, lamp"
Vanhi "Fire"
Vanhishikha "Flame"

Irish
Adan "Little fire"
Adeen "Little fire"
Aidan "Little fire"
Aideen "Little fire"
Edana "Fire"
Eithna "Fire"
Ena "Fire"
Etain "Little fire"
Etney "Fire"
Luighseach "Burning fire"

Italian
Iniga "Fiery"

Latin
Ardere "Fire"
Calida "Fiery"
Callida "Fiery"
Fia "Short for Fiametta, little fiery one"
Fiametta "Little fiery one"
Fiamette "Little fiery one"
Igantia "Fiery"
Ignacia "Fiery"
Iniga "Fiery"
Neci "Fiery, passionate"
Necia "Fiery, passionate"
Vesta "Goddess of sacred fire and of the hearth"

Native American
Chante-peta "Fire heart (Sioux)"
Keezheekoni "Burning fire (Cheyenne)"
Keezheekoni "Burning fire (Chippewa)"

Norse
Elda "Fire woman"
Eldrid "Fiery spirit"

Persian
Aturdokht "Daughter of fire"
Azar "Fire, 9th month of the Iranian calendar"
Golnar "Red flower, center of a flame"
Shaleh "Flame"
Sholeh "Fire, flame"
Souzan "Burning, flaming"
Tarsa "Worshipper of fire; also a Christian"

Spanish
Ignacia "Fire"

Teutonic
Brendika "Fire"
Brendike "Fire"
Brenna "Blazing light"
Brenneka "Fire"
Brenneke "Fire"
Orinda "Fire serpent"

Turkish
Alev "Flame"
Atesh "Flame"
Nuraya "Fire"
Nuriye "Fire"
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