101 Sweet And Cute Baby Girl Names, With Meanings

The choice of the baby’s name makes us especially excited during pregnancy. We have to like it for its meaning or for its sound, it has to combine with surnames and above all, it has to convey something special to us. A name is for life, so start making your list.

If you are expecting a baby and you are looking for a beautiful and original name, we leave you 101 girl names to inspire you.

17 most popular girl names

  • Sofia: of Greek origin and its meaning is “wisdom” or “the one who possesses wisdom”.
  • Lucia: of Latin origin? Lux ?, its meaning is? She who carries the light? or? That which is born of the light ?, in reference to the girls who are born at dawn.
  • Mary: of Hebrew origin? Maryam ?, its meaning is “the chosen one”, “the one loved by God”.
  • Paula: Latin origin? Paulus? and variant of Paola. Does it mean? The smallest ?,? The smallest? or? The one of small size ?.
  • Daniela: of Hebrew origin, whose meaning is? That which God is her judge? or? Justice of God ?.
  • Valeria: of Latin origin and its meaning is “healthy and courageous”.
  • Julia: of Latin origin “Iulus” / “Iulia”, name with which the members of the Roman family Julia were identified. It means “consecrated to Jupiter”.
  • Alba: of Latin origin, and means “Aurora”, “Dawn”, “white and shining”, “that which was born with the first light of dawn”.
  • Claudia: of Latin origin? Claudinus ?, which means? She who limps? or? The one who walks with difficulty ?.
  • Isabella: Italian form of the name Isabel which means “Promise of God”, “Who loves God”.
  • Romina: derives from the Latin “Romanus” and means “From the land of the Christians”.
  • Jimena: from the Hebrew “Simeon” and means “The one who listens”.
  • Emma: of Germanic origin, it means “Big”, “Strong”, “Immense”, “Powerful”.
  • Irene: of Greek origin, from Eirene, which means “Peace”.
  • Martina: feminine form of Martín, of Latin origin and means “consecrated or related to the god Mars”
  • Sara: of Hebrew origin and its meaning is “Princess”, “lady”, “sovereign”.
  • Laura: of Latin origin “laurus” (laurel), means “Victorious” (crowned with bay leaves).

11 Girl names in English

  • Charlotte: catapulted to fame after the birth of Princess Charlotte, daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William. It means “small and feminine”.
  • Violet: of Latin origin and its meaning is “beautiful like the flower that bears the same name.”
  • Eleanor: has its origin in the old French name “Alienor”. The origin and meaning of this name is very uncertain, but the most general hypothesis relates it to Elena and its meaning is probably related to the “burning of the sun”.
  • Lucy: is the English version of Lucia which means “The one who was born in the light of day”.
  • Evelyn: name derived from the Greek word ‘hiyya’ which means “source of life”.
  • Adeline: from the old German “athal”, it means “noble”.
  • Alice: name of Greek origin, it means “Real, true and sincere”.
  • Adelaide: name of Germanic origin, it means “of noble aspect”.
  • Elizabeth: English translation of Elizabeth. It means “She to whom God gives health” or “She to whom God has helped”.
  • Samantha: of Aramaic origin, it means “the one who knows how to listen”.
  • Scarlett: of English origin, it means “Scarlet color”

13 Interesting names for Girl

  • Amalia: it is a name of Greek origin. Its meaning is “loving”.
  • Olivia: of Latin origin and means “The one who protects the peace”.
  • Island: Influenced by British royalty, Island Elizabeth Philips is the daughter of Peter Phillips, the eldest grandson of the Queen of England, born in 2012. It comes from the name of a Scottish river.
  • Ava: of Hebrew origin is an English variant of Eva and means “to give life”.
  • Cora: of Greek origin, Korë, Latinized in Cora. It means “maiden, young virgin girl”
  • Eleanor: has its origin in the old French name “Alienor”. The origin and meaning of this name is very uncertain, but the most general hypothesis relates it to Elena and its meaning is probably related to the “burning of the sun”.
  • Lucy: is the English version of Lucia which means “The one who was born in the light of day”.
  • Chloe: of Greek origin, it means “grass” or “green shoots”.
  • Renata: means “the one born for the second time”. It was used among early Christians in reference to baptism as “second birth.”
  • Camila: of Latin origin, it means “she who is in front of God” or “she who presents sacrifices”.
  • Regina: feminine of rex (king), means “queen”, “celestial queen”.
  • Sweet: of Latin origin (Dulcis). It means:? The one that is nice and sweet ?.
  • Veronica: of Greek origin, it means “bearer of victory” and also “true image”.

19 Italian girl names

  • Alessandra: Italian form of Alejandra. It means “defender of humanity.”
  • Alessia: variant of Alessandra.
  • Alfonsina: Italian feminine form of Alfonso, it means “warrior prepared for combat”.
  • Antonella: means “woman of great value”.
  • Bianca: means “blanca”.
  • Carina: means “the smallest and most beloved”.
  • Chiara: means “clarity” and “brightness”.
  • Fiorella: means “small, delicate and very pretty flower”.
  • Francesca: It means “the one who has been liberated.”
  • Gabriella: It means “devoted to God”.
  • Gianna: It means “God is merciful”
  • Lorenza: name of Latin origin that means “crowned with laurels”.
  • Marena: significa “mar”.
  • Mellea: significat “miel”.
  • Nicoletta: means “victorious people”.
  • Orazia: means “guardian of time”.
  • Pia: means “devoted, dedicated and committed woman”.
  • Stella: significa “estrella celestial”.
  • Zinerva: means “fair” and “light-haired”.

15 names of Arabic origin

  • Azahara: luminous, beautiful person like a flower.
  • Farah: joy, joviality.
  • Fatima: weaned girl.
  • Habiba: dear, beloved.
  • Halima: gentle, gentle, patient.
  • Kalila: good friend.
  • Karima: invaluable.
  • Malika: queen.
  • Nayla: the one with the big eyes.
  • Rada: beautiful and virtuous.
  • Sabira: patient.
  • Salma: peace.
  • Samira: the one who tells stories at night.
  • Zaida: the one that grows.
  • Tsar: a flower, star, bright dawn

11 names of mythological heroines

  • Pandora: “the one who has all the gifts.” Pandora was the woman who recklessly opened the box where all the gifts of the gods are kept, leaving only hope.
  • Ariadna: means “very pure, very holy”. She was the daughter of Minos and Pasiphae, and she helped Theseus defeat the Minotaur by giving him a ball of thread to tie one end to the door of the labyrinth.
  • Phaedra: means “bright, luminous, resplendent”. She was a Cretan princess, daughter of Minos and Pasiphae, and sister of Ariadna.
  • Cassandra: means “sister of men”. She is one who is a friend of others, kind and with “grace.” In mythology, Cassandra was the sister of Hector and Paris and was gifted with the gift of prophecy.
  • Helena: means? She who shines like a torch, “resplendent and bright? She was considered the most beautiful woman in Greece and was the wife of Menelaus, king of Sparta. According to legend, her kidnapping was the trigger for the Trojan War.
  • Electra: means “Gold, bright, yellow amber.” He helped his brother Orestes avenge the death of his father, Agamemnon, at the hands of his mother and her lover.
  • Leda: means “lady”. She was the wife of Tindaro, King of Sparta. Zeus was in love with her and to get closer he transformed into a swan. He had two children with him, Helena and Pollux.
  • Penelope: its meaning is “the one who weaves a dress or cloak”. Daughter of Icario and Peribea. Wife of Ulysses. When he leaves Ithaca for the Trojan war, she patiently awaits his return by weaving. Mother of Telemachus.
  • Antigone: means “Rebel, contrary to her generation.” Daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta, kings of Thebes. Her fate was very unfortunate, as she was condemned by her uncle to be buried alive in the family pantheon for taking pity on her brother who had been a traitor.
  • Calypso: means “the one that hides”. She was a nymph who kept Ulysses for seven years, promising him eternal youth if he stayed by her side, but Ulysses decided to return to his wife Penelope.
  • Andromeda: means “Ruler of men”. She was the daughter of the kings of Ethiopia. Her mother boasted that she was more beautiful than sea nymphs, something that angered the god Poseidon who sent the Kraken to destroy the kingdom. An oracle said that they would only be saved if they sacrificed Andromeda, so they tied her to a stone and offered it to the monster, but finally the maiden is rescued by Perseus who kills the monster.

15 names of great women in history

  • Ada: by Ada Lovelace (1815? 1852): Countess and daughter of Lord Byron. Soon he became interested in mathematics and logic. She was the inventor of the calculator. She is known as the first female programmer.
  • Amelia: by Amelia Earhart (1897? 1937): She became famous for her marks as a pilot and for being the first woman to attempt the first air travel around the world over the equator.
  • Carlota: by Carlota Corday (1768 – 1793): She was one of the key characters of the French Revolution, famous for killing Marat, a Jacobin.
  • Catalina: by Catalina de Aragón (1485? 1536): She was Queen of England and is considered the first ambassador in history.
  • Clara: by Clara Campoamor (1881? 1972): She was one of the promoters of women’s suffrage in Spain, achieved in 1931, and a convinced feminist.
  • Emilia: by Emilia Pardo Bazán (1851-1921): One of the greatest Spanish writers. In addition to being a novelist, essayist, journalist, literary critic, playwright and poet, he fought for equal rights between men and women.
  • Frida: by Frida Kahlo (1907-1954): An accident forced her to stay home and she became one of the most popular artists and women of the last century.
  • Manuela: by Manuela Malasaña (1791? 1808): She was one of the heroines and victims of the popular uprising on May 2 in Madrid against the French.
  • Marie: by Marie Curie (Maria Salomea Sklodowska) (1867-1934): a scientist of Polish origin and French national, she was the first person to receive two Nobel Prizes in different specialties (physics and chemistry) and the first woman to hold a teaching position at the University of Paris.
  • Olympia: by Olympe de Gouges (1748 – 1793): Writer, playwright and philosopher who turned the world upside down by writing “Declaration of the rights of women and citizens.”
  • Victoria: by Victoria Kent (1889-1987): Spanish lawyer and politician who introduced prison reforms in the system, as well as being the first woman to intervene in a court martial in Spain.
  • Rosa: by Rosa Parks (1913 – 2006): On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man in the southern United States, lighting the spark that would lead to nonviolent protests in favor of the civil rights of African Americans.
  • Rita: by Rita Levi-Montalcini (1909 – 2012): Neurologist and politician, she dedicated her life to brain research discovering the neuronal growth factor, which earned her the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1986.
  • Dian: by Dian Fossey (1932-1985): American zoologist recognized for her scientific and conservation work with the gorillas of the Virunga Mountains. Known as the “gorilla lady”.
  • Valentina: by Valentina Tereshkova (1937-1963): Russian engineer, she was the first woman to travel into outer space. The name, of Latin origin, means “courageous”, “vigorous”, “Who has health”.

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