Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adalaide

Noble kind

German

Adele

Noble; noble kind; noble, soft, tender

German

Alena

Tower

Russian

Alice

Of nobility

German

Alma

Nourishing, kind; soul; young woman; learned

Modern

Amada

Lovable

Latin

Amalia

Industrious, striving; work; rival; laborious; eager

Latin

Amelia

Work

German

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Apple

Apple fruit

Arwen

Muse

Welsh

Ashanti

Tribe

African

Audrey

Noble strength

English

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Autumn

Season of harvest

English

Ava

To live

Latin

Banks

Edge of the River

English

Beatrice

Voyager (through life); blessed

Latin

Bernadette

Strong, brave bear

German

Betty

A diminutive form of Elizabeth.

Hebrew

Beyonce

American

Bianka

White, pure

Italian

Billie

A feminine diminutive of William.

English

Birdie

Bright, famous; little bird

German

Blossom

Flower-like

English

Blue

The Color

American

Bluebell
Briar

Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles

English

Brielle

God is my strength

French

Brooklyn

Broken land

English

Brooks

Water, small stream

German

Brynn

Hilled area

Welsh

Cali

Beautiful one

Greek

Calliope

Beautiful voice

Greek

Camila

Young religious servant

Spanish

Capri

Italian

Carmen

Song

Spanish

Caroline

Free woman

French

Carrie

Free man

German

Cassie

“The purified one,” in allusion to the plant cassia whose medicinal properties are laxative, but ultimately from the Greek kathairein, to cleanse.

English

Charlotte

Free man

French

Chastity

Pure

Latin

Cher

Dear

French

Chicago

Onion or Skunk

Native American

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Clara

Bright and clear

Latin

Colette

People of victory

French

Cricket

Loud Insect of the Night

American

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Delilah

Delicate

Hebrew

Delta

Wetlands

Greek

Destry

Horse keeper

American

Diva
Dolly

A variant spelling of Dollie.

English

Dorothy

Gift of God

Greek

Dream

Unconscious vision or thought

English

Drew

Scottish

Dusty

English

Edith

Strife for wealth

English

Elektra

Shining, bright, radiant

Greek

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Ella

Other goddess

Hebrew

Ellen

Sun ray, shining light

Greek

Elsie

God is my oath

English

Emilia

To rival

Latin

Emma

Whole or universal

German

Esmeralda

Emerald

Spanish

Etta

A diminutive form of Henrietta, “mistress of the home.”

Italian

Eva

Life

Hebrew

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Frances

From France

Latin

Frankie

From France

Latin

Frida

Peaceful; lady

German

Fuschia
Gabriella

God is my strength

Italian

Genesis

The beginning

Greek

Gia

God is gracious

Italian

Gianna

God is gracious

Italian

Giovanna

God is gracious

Italian

Goldie

English

Grace

Gracious one

English

Gwendolyn

Blessed ring

Welsh

Haley

Hay meadow

English

Harlow

Rock hill

English

Harper

Harp Player

English

Hattie

Home ruler

German

Haven

Safe place

English

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Hedy

Delightful, sweet; my echo

Hebrew

Honey

Nectar

English

Honor

Woman of honor

Latin

Hope

Desire to be

English

Indigo

Blue-purple color

English

Ines

Pure, holy; chaste

Spanish

Ireland
Iris

Rainbow

Greek

Isabelle

God is my oath

French

Isla

Island

Scottish

James

“The supplanter”

English

Jane

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jean

God is gracious

Hebrew

Julia

Youthful and downy

Latin

Jupiter

Supreme God

Latin

Kaori
Katherine

Pure

Greek

Kirra

Lord

Greek

Lady

Bread kneader

English

Layla

Night

Arabic

Lea

Delicate; weary; meadow or pasture

Hebrew

Lennon

Dear one

Irish

Lillian

Lily flower

English

Lily

Lily flower

English

Liv

Defense

Scandinavian

Lola

The sorrows

Spanish

Lourdes

Place name

French

Lucia

Of the light

Italian

Lucy

Of the light

English

Lula

Famous warrior

German

Lulu

Precious; pearl; calm, peaceful, protected

Latin

Luna

The moon

Latin

Lyra

Lyre

Greek

Lyric

Words to a song

English

Mabel

Lovable

Latin

Mae

The fifth month

English

Maple

Maple tree

Mara

Bitter

Hebrew

Mariah

Of the sea

English

Marina

From the sea

Latin

Marlow
Marvel

Miracle to marvel at; wonderful, extraordinary

Spanish

Matilda

Mighty in battle

German

Maxima

Greatest

Latin

Maya

Dream

Indian (Sanskrit)

Melody

Song

English

Memphis

Established and beautiful

Greek

Mercy

Compassion, forebearance

English

Mia

Dear

Scandinavian

Minnie

A variant form of Mary.

Miranda

Admirable

Latin

Monroe

From the Hill

Irish

Moon

Natural satellite

Nahla
Nancy

A diminutive-variant of Anna or Anne, from the Hebrew hannah, grace.

Hebrew

Natalia

Christmas Day

Latin

Navy

Military at sea

English

Neve

Snow

Latin

Nikki

Two trees

Japanese

Nora

Honorable one

Latin

North

Northern direction

English

Olive

Olive tree

English

Olivia

Olive tree

Latin

Onyx

Precious gemstone

Latin

Penelope

Weaver

Greek

Pia

Pious, reverent

Latin

Piper

Pipe player

English

Poet

Writer of poems

English

Polly

A diminutive form or nickname for Mary.

Latin

Poppy

“The milk of happiness,” from the Latin papaver, the name of a plant having thick, milky juice, on the basis of papa, thick milk.

Latin

Priscilla

Ancient, venerable

Latin

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Rainbow

Spectrum of light

English

Ramona

Protecting hands

Spanish

Reba

A diminutive form of Rebecca.

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

Rita

Right

Spanish

River

Flowing body of water

English

Rosa

Rose

Latin

Rosalind

Gentle horse

German

Rose

Rose flower

English

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Rumer

Rumor

American

Rumi

Beauty

Japanese

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Saoirse

Freedom

Irish

Sarah

Princess

Hebrew

Saylor

Sailor

English

Scarlett

Shade of red

English

Scout

To listen

French

Seraphina

Burning ones

Hebrew

Shelby

Willow grove

English

Shiloh

His gift

Hebrew

Sienna

Reddish brown

English

Sistine

Of Pope Sixtus

Latin

Skylar

Noble scholar

English

Sloane

Raid

Irish

Solange

Solemn, dignified

Latin

Sonnet

14-line Poem or Verse

English

Sophia

Wisdom

Greek

Stella

Celestial star

Latin

Stormi

Stormy

English

Story

Tale

American

Sunday
Suri

Princess

Hebrew

Tallulah

Leaping water

Native American

Taylor

Tailor

English

Theodora

God's gift

Greek

Tiana

Russian

Valentina

Strong and healthy

Latin

Victoria

Victory

Latin

Vida

Life

Spanish

Violet

Violet flower

English

Vivien

Lively

Latin

Vivienne

Alive

French

Wednesday
Willa

Will helmet, protection

German

Willow

Willow tree

English

Winnie

Fair one; white and smooth, soft; happiness; holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace; first-born daughter; fair, pure

Welsh

Yvonne

Yew

German

Zahara

Flowering; shining

Hebrew

Zoe

Life

Greek

Celebrity names for girls are always intriguing. As timeless as stars themselves, these celebrity baby names captivate attention, sometimes because they’re out there and other times because they’re just like us. Let’s browse them together.

Celebrity baby names are often in the news because of just how rare they are. Who can forget Apple or Suri? Sure, at first, they seemed shocking, but now that they’ve been in the spotlight, most people don’t bat an eyelash. Jessica Alba embraced all things uncommon with her daughters’ names, Honor and Haven. Honor is an ultra-rare virtue name that we’d love to see more often, while Haven is one heck of a word name wow. Jennifer Garner first used the fabulously floral Violet when she was still relatively uncommon, then she had Seraphina a few years later and blew name lovers away. A Hebrew name, Seraphina is deeply connected to the angels and has fierce femininity you can’t help but love. On the flip side, common names are popular among celebrity baby names, too. Don’t be surprised if you see picks like Rose, Chloe, and Katherine in celebrity birth announcements, too.

Vintage choices are always popular among celebrity names for girls. Sadie has caught on with us common folk again, but she’s been a Hollywood baby name favorite for years. Birdie has seen her fair share of use in celeb circles as well, with Jessica Simpson and Busy Phillips just two famous mamas that have picked her. Hattie is another antique beauty with celebrity ties. A shortened form of Harriet, we see plenty of room for her on the charts.

You can always opt for celebrity names for girls inspired by the stars themselves, too. Adele would fit right in with today’s top names, as would Billie, as in Billie Holiday, or Dolly, as in Dolly Parton.

Celebrity baby names are an exciting blend of cultures, styles, and popularities. Explore them with us.