Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abby

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Adra

Virgin

Arabic

Afia

Born on Friday

African

Aida

Reward, present

Arabic

Aife

A great warrior woman of myth

Celtic

Aiya

Bird

Hebrew

Alba

White

Latin

Alma

Nourishing, kind; soul; young woman; learned

Modern

Alva

Elf

Scandinavian

Amal

Hope

Arabic

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Aria

Vocal solo

English

Ayla

Terebinth tree

Hebrew

Bebe

Foreign woman; voyager (through life); blessed; lady of the house

Persian

Beth

House

Hebrew

Blue

The Color

American

Bree

Noble

Irish

Bria

High, noble, exalted

Irish

Bryn

Hill, mount

Welsh

Cala

Castle, fortress

Arabic

Cami

Crooked nose; helper to the priest

Scottish

Cara

Beloved; friend

Latin

Cass

Man's defender

Greek

Cleo

“The celebrated one,” from the Greek kleo, make known or famous.

Greek

Coco

Shortened form of Co- names

English

Cora

Maiden

Greek

Dana

From Denmark

English

Davi

Cherished

Hebrew

Dawn

The first appearance of light, daybreak

English

Daya

Bird of prey

Hebrew

Deja

Already, remembrance

Spanish

Demi

Half

French

Dera

Destiny

African

Devi

Goddess

Indian (Sanskrit)

Diem

Day

Latin

Dina

Decoration; valley; justified; spear ruler

Hebrew

Dita

Strife for wealth

Spanish

Dora

Gift

Greek

Dove

Bird

Echo

Reflected sound

Latin

Eden

Paradise

Hebrew

Edie

Strife for wealth

English

Eira

Snow

Welsh

Eliz

God's promise; God is my oath

Hebrew

Ella

Other goddess

Hebrew

Elle

She

French

Emma

Whole or universal

German

Emmy

Rival

German

Enid

Soul, life

Welsh

Enya

Kernel

Irish

Erie

From Ireland

Celtic

Erin

Ireland

Irish

Esme

To love

French

Ever

Always

American

Evie

Life

English

Feng

Maple or Phoenix

Chinese

Fern

Fern

English

Gaia

The earth

Greek

Gara

Short

Scottish

Gavi

Heroine of God

Hebrew

Gigi

Farmer

French

Gina

Shortened form of Regina

Italian

Gwyn

Fair, white, blessed, holy

Welsh

Halo

Divine Aura

Greek

Heda

Contention, strife; delightful, sweet; my echo

Hebrew

Hera

Queen

Greek

Hope

Desire to be

English

Iara

Water lady; small butterfly

Arabic

Ibis

Long-legged Bird

Latin

Indy

Independent or Indian

American

Ines

Pure, holy; chaste

Spanish

Iona

A variant form of Ionia.

Greek

Iris

Rainbow

Greek

Irma

Complete, universal

German

Isla

Island

Scottish

Jada

Precious stone

English

Jade

Precious stone

English

Jana

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jane

God is gracious

Hebrew

Java

Island in Indonesia

Arabic

Jean

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jera
Jiva

Living, existing

Indian (Sanskrit)

Jiya

Piece of heart

Indian (Sanskrit)

Jovi
Judy

A diminutive form of Judith.

June

Month of June

Latin

Kaci

Alert, watchful

Irish

Kaia

Pure

Scandinavian

Kali

The black one

Indian (Sanskrit)

Kana

Powerful

Japanese

Kasa

Dressed in furs (Hopi)

Native American

Kate

Pure

English

Kaye

Pure

Greek

Kena

Greatest champion

Welsh

Keri

Fair, blessed poetry; black

Welsh

Keya
Khai
Kiko

Be glad; rejoicing child

Japanese

Kyla

Narrow strait

English

Leah

Weary one

Hebrew

Lela

Black beauty

African

Lila

Night

Arabic

Lily

Lily flower

English

Lucy

Of the light

English

Lula

Famous warrior

German

Luna

The moon

Latin

Lyla

Night

English

Maci

From Massy

English

Maia

Great; mother

Greek

Mara

Bitter

Hebrew

Mary

Of the sea

Latin

Mila

Dear and gracious

Slavic

Mimi

A diminutive form of Miriam and, through the French, of Wilhelmina.

French

Nala

Successful

African

Navy

Military at sea

English

Naya
Nina

Little girl

Spanish

Nora

Honorable one

Latin

Nova

New

Latin

Nyla

One who achieves

Arabic

Olga

Blessed, holy; successful

Scandinavian

Orla

Golden queen

Irish

Poet

Writer of poems

English

Prue

Caution, discretion

Latin

Qing

Aqua Colored

Chinese

Reba

A diminutive form of Rebecca.

Remi

Rower

French

Romy

Diminutive of Rosemary and Rosemarie

German

Rose

Rose flower

English

Rosy

Rose

Latin

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Rumi

Beauty

Japanese

Rune

A Secret

German

Sana

Brilliant; praise

Indian (Sanskrit)

Sara

Princess

Hebrew

Sela

The moon

Greek

Skye

Isle of Skye

English

Sosi

Plane tree

Armenian

Suri

Princess

Hebrew

Tara

Hill; star

Indian (Sanskrit)

Tess

Late summer

Greek

Thea

Gift of God

Greek

Ursa

Little she-bear

Scandinavian

Usha

Dawn

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vana

Golden

Veda

Knowledge, wisdom

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vera

Truth and faith

Latin

Vika

Victory

Latin

Wren

Bird

English

Wynn

Holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace; fair, pure

Welsh

Xava

The New House

American

Xena

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xeni

Protector of plants, flowers

Ynes

Pure, holy; chaste

Spanish

Yoki

Rain (Hopi)

Native American

Yuna

Kindness

Japanese

Zera

Seed

Hebrew

Zoey

Life

Greek

Zofi

Wisdom

Greek

Zuri

Beautiful

African

Zyna

Guest, stranger

Greek

Numerology fans can’t get enough of the number four. Said to represent maturity and purpose, the number is treasured far and wide, so it’s no surprise that 4 letter girl names are also in demand. Let’s meet some amazing four letter names for girls together.

Many of today’s most popular picks are 4 letter girl names. This includes the chart darling Emma, a German gem who’s exploded in popularity, replacing Emily as the top Em- name. There’s also Luna, a Latin name meaning “moon,” and the floral favorite Lily. Ella is a princessy pick, while Aria is a musical maven. Other popular 4 letter names for girls include Nora, Mila, and Zoey.

Matching your naming style is easy with 4 letter baby girl names, as they come in many shades. There are vintage beauties like Cora, Alma, and Thea and modern monikers like Ayla, Bria, and Remi. You could go for timeless too with Leah, Anna, or Kate. You can find well-known names like Abby and Jane and rare picks too like Iona and Zera.

Some of our favorite four letter names for girls are also words. The versatility is endless here, with time-tested sweethearts like June and Rose and contemporary cuties like Blue and Poet. Jade and Ruby are gem name treasures, while the virtuous Hope inspires. Other 4 letter names for girls with word origins are Wren, Navy, and Halo.

If you’re having trouble finding a name that jumps out at you, look into meanings. Sometimes meanings can resonate and give a name life off the page. Four letter girl names have some epic ones in their ranks, including Kana’s “powerful.” Davi’s “cherished” is more than fitting for a daughter, along with Cara’s “beloved.” We especially love Cleo’s “celebrated one,” and Dera’s “destiny” is mighty impressive

We hope you find that special name amongst our 4 letter girl names collection.