Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adzoa
Aizza

Saffron; crocus

Arabic

Alisz

Noble, exalted

German

Aliz

Noble, exalted

German

Allexa

Man's defender

Greek

Alyxa
Andromeda

Leader of men

Greek

Astrea

Star

Latin

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Aza

Comfort

Arabic

Azhar

Flowers

Arabic

Azizi

Beloved precious; mighty

Hebrew

Azzurra

Sky blue

Spanish

Bazeelle

Royal, regal

Greek

Bozi

Devoted to God

Hebrew

Canopa

“My brightest star,” in allusion to Canopus, the bright star of the southern sky, in the constellation Argo.

Celestia

Heavenly

Latin

Celestial

Heavenly

Latin

Chepziba

My delight is in her

Hebrew

Chetanzi

Yellow Hawk

Native American

Cinzia

From Mount Kynthos

Greek

Ditza

Joy

Hebrew

Diza

Joy

Hebrew

Elexa

Variant of Alexis.

Unknown

Ellyza

God's promise; God is my oath

Hebrew

Erzilia

Delicate

Spanish

Eudoxia

Good thought

Greek

Exavyera

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Galaxy

Star system

American

Gamora

Created name

American

Garaitz

Victory

Spanish

Geleexa
Genesis

The beginning

Greek

Hazal

The hazel tree

English

Hephzia

My delight is in her

Hebrew

Hesper

Evening; evening star

Greek

Hydra

Water serpent

Greek

Iratze

Reference to the Virgin Mary

Spanish

Kazia

Cassia tree

Hebrew

Kizzy

Hebrew

Kozue

Tree Branches

Japanese

Lacerta

Lizard

Greek

Lexa

Man's defender

Greek

Luna

The moon

Latin

Lyra

Lyre

Greek

Matxalen

From the tower

Hebrew

Moon
Nebula

Mist

Latin

Neoma

New moon

Greek

Nova

New

Latin

Olexa

European

Otzarah

Wealth, treasure

Hebrew

Oz

Strength, Courage

Hebrew

Ozanka

Wall germander flower

Slavic

Ozara

Wealth, treasure

Hebrew

Ozell
Ozma
Paniz

Candy

Persian

Paza

Golden

Hebrew

Pazit

Golden

Hebrew

Rexalla

English

Sadira

Lotus tree

Persian

Seren

Star

Welsh

Sidra

Of the stars

Latin

Skylar

Noble scholar

English

Star

English

Starbuck

From the river where stakes were got

English

Starla

Persian

Starlee
Starlet
Starlight
Tiza

“The provoker,” in allusion to the phonetic value of the term.

Trella

Star

Spanish

Venus

Love

Latin

Xalbadora

Savior

Spanish

Xalvadora

Savior

Spanish

Xanadu

Mongolian City

Asian

Xandria

Greek

Xandy

Defender of the People

American

Xannon

Ancient God

American

Xantara

Protector of the Earth

American

Xantha

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthe

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthia

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xanthippe

“The yellow mare,” from the Greek xanthos (yellow) and hippos (horse), but, historically, the wife of Socrates and the symbol of a nagging wife.

Xanti

Short form of Xantiago

Portuguese

Xantippe

A variant spelling of Xanthippe.

Xaria

Respelling of Zaria

American

Xarissa

Created Name

American

Xava

The New House

American

Xavyera

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xeresa

“The maid from Xeres,” a city in Spain, now called Jerez.

Spanish

Xuxa

Latin

Ynez

Chaste

Spanish

Yzobelle

God's promise

Hebrew

Zabrina

A variant spelling of Sabrina, which see.

Celtic

Zacharee

God has remembered

Hebrew

Zada

Prosperous, fortunate

Arabic

Zagiri

Flower

Armenian

Zagorka
Zakelina

French

Zali

Special

Hebrew

Zanda

Man's defender

Greek

Zarifa

Moves with grace

Arabic

Zavijah

Most Knowledge

Arabic

Zea

Grain

Latin

Zosma

Enzone

Arabic

Alien names for girls are fierce and futuristic. Pulled from the stars, these out-of-this-world names have a unique style that shines brightly beside their earthling counterparts. We couldn’t find an alien to ask for their top names, but we did our best to pick intergalactic cuties.

Finding the best alien names for girls doesn’t need to be a lengthy process, whether you’re naming a baby or a character. Picking a place name from space can achieve your goal, and there are many beautiful ones to consider. Venus is usually the first stop, as this planet name has strength and worldwide recognition. She’s also a symbol of female power, which is totally badass. We absolutely adore little Lyra, a small constellation that doubles as an amazing name. For something dramatic, try out Andromeda, a galaxy name, or explore Hydra.

Space-themed names also make excellent alien names for girls, like Nebula. Not only is she fitting of a space visitor, but she’s also an absolutely beautiful feature in OuterSpace. Celestia is a gorgeous girl relating to the heavens, and we think she’s ready to shine. Other obvious alien names for girls are Moon, Star, and Starla. We have plenty of others listed for brave namers.

You could go for names that have a futuristic sound, like Zanda and Zagorka. Or you could try out those with space meanings, like Trella and Seren, who both mean “star.” Canopa’s “my brightest star” is especially stunning. She’s sweet and peculiar, a perfect combination for an out-of-this-world name. Kizzy has a playful nature if you’re looking for something youthful, while Oz is short, sweet, and to the point, giving her warrior princess vibes.

Now that you have a taste of awesome, zoom through the cosmos with our collection of alien names for girls.