Cute Names For Baby Girls
Addison, Adley, Agnes, Amara, Amelia, Amie, Arabella, Aria, Aspen, Aubrey, Aurelie, Ava, Avery
Bailey, Beatrice, Bexley, Birdie, Braelynn, Brea, Bree, Brinley, Brooklyn
Callie, Cecily, Chloe, Clara, Colette, Cora
Dahlia, Daisy, Dakota, Dale, Daphne, Darby, Diem
Eden, Effie, Ellerie, Elsie, Embry, Emma, Everly, Evie
Fawn, Faye, Fiona, Fleur
Hadley, Harper, Hartley, Hensely, Hope
Ida, Imogen, Ines, Ireland, Isabella, Isla, Ivy
Jade, Jane, June, Juniper
Kaia, Kennedy, Kenzie, Kiera, Kinsley
Layla, Lily, Luna
Madeline, Mae, Makena, Merritt, Mia, Mila
Paislee, Paloma, Pearl, Penelope, Penny, Piper, Posie
Rae, Rayna, Rose, Rowan
Sadie, Sahara, Scarlet, Sicily, Sloan, Sophie, Stella
Taylor, Teagan, Thea, Tinley
Waverly, Weylyn, Willa, Willow
Zara, Zaylee, Zinnia, Zoe, Zuri
Rare and Unique Baby Girl Names
Are you looking for a rare and unique baby girl name? We have a list 10 very unique baby girl names that will amaze you!
- Olivia. The most popular baby girl name in 2020, Olivia means ‘olive tree’ in Latin. With its sweet sound, it’s not hard to see why so many people find it adorable.
- Ava. If you’re looking for short and sweet baby girl names, this one tops our list. Ava is a Latin origin name and means ‘bird’.
- Sophia or Sofia. This beautiful name is of Greek origin and means ‘wisdom.’
- Amelia. This name means ‘work,’ and comes packed with so many sweet diminutives — Amy, Emma and Emily, to name a few.
- Isabella. This lovely girl’s name means ‘God is my oath’ and has really grown in popularity over the years. It can also be shortened to Bella, which means ‘beautiful’ in Italian. Does it get any prettier than that?!
- Mia. Another short and sweet name, Mia means ‘mine’ in Italian. But that’s not all. From its Egyptian origins, it means ‘beloved’.
- Harper. Originally used as a surname, this fairly new first name is already pretty popular. It simply means ‘one who plays a harp’ — and may be a particular hit with those who are fans of the famous novelist, Ms. Lee.
- Luna. Short, sweet, and goddess-like? Check, check and check. Luna was the Roman moon goddess and it’s no surprise this celestial name is topping name lists right now.
- Ella. A simple, feminine name, Ella literally means ‘she’ or ‘her’ in Spanish.
- Avery. This beautiful-sounding name also has a pretty cool meaning. It derives from old English and French and means ‘ruler with elf-wisdom.’ So if you’re looking for something both adorable and magical, you may have found the one.