The predominant languages in the world are English, Chinese, Egyptian, Spanish, French, and Arabic. Those languages are widely spoken in many countries. We are going to teach how to convert male baby names to female baby names of the predominant languages in the world.

You will be able to convert most of the baby names, since English, Chinese, Egyptian, Spanish, French, and Arabic are widely spoken in many countries. It is helps to know the gender of the baby names. It is relief to know for beholder of the name that their name matches their own gender.

Egyptians add ET or IT at the end of the male baby names to convert to female baby names. For example, Nefer is a male baby name which means beauty. The female forms of Nefer are Neferet who is a popular Queen of Egypt. Another example, Pasherit is a female form of Pasher. Although most Egyptian baby names can be use for female or male, many baby names are convertible to female baby names.

As for Spanish baby names, the sound of letter A or letter A at the end of the baby names convert male baby names to female baby names. For example, Adriana, Carlita, Delfina, Elvira, Francisca, and Graciana are female forms of Adrian, Carlito, Delfin, Elviro, Francisco, and Graciano respectively.

The French adds letter E at the end of the male baby names to convert to female baby names. For example, Jeane, Jeanette, Jeanine, Jeanne, and Jenette are female baby names of Jean. It is derive from John which means Jehovah is gracious.

The Arabic speaking people adds the letter A or H to convert the male baby names to female baby names. For example, Abdullah, Bashira, Fatinah, Halimah, Jameelah, Myrna, Rahimateh, and Sharika are female form of Abdul, Bashir, Fatin, Halim, Jameel, Myrn, Rahim, and Sharik respectively.

The meaning of most Chinese baby names is general. It applies to female or male. So, most Chinese baby names can be used as female or male baby names.

English baby names have many origins. The names are culturally enriched. First, we must determine the origin. Then, we used the simple rules above.



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