Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adaliz

French

Adeeva

Polite, considerate

Hebrew

Adelfa

Beloved sister

Greek

Adiva

Polite, considerate

Hebrew

Adla

Justice

African

Allegra

Cheerful

Italian

Amity

Friendship, harmony

Latin

Arissa

Best

American

Asasia

Form of Acacia

Greek

Astera

Star-like; love

Scandinavian

Atalee

The Lord is exalted

Hebrew

Augustia

Great, magnificent

Latin

Aurielle

Golden

Latin

Aviella

My father is God

Hebrew

Bahira

Shining, bright

Hebrew

Bartha

Shining, brilliant

German

Bastia

Revered

Greek

Bayla

Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification

English

Belita

Little beauty

Spanish

Berlin
Bethel

House of God

Hebrew

Cadenza

With rhythm

Latin

Cairo

City in Egypt

Arabic

Calypso

She who hides

Greek

Campbell

Crooked mouth

Scottish

Carissa

Beloved; grace

Latin

Carmella

Garden, orchard

Hebrew

Casha

Thorny tree

Greek

Catalin

Pure

Greek

Chinara

God receives

African

Clarke
Cloda
Corrianna

The hollow

Irish

Dagmar

Glorious, day's glory

Scandinavian

Darya

Nugget of wisdom; maintains possessions well

Persian

Daviana

Beloved

Scottish

Dayanna

Divine

Latin

Delcina

Sweet

Latin

Delina

Noble

German

Ebba

Brave, strong boar

Scandinavian

Edaline

Noble

English

Edina

From Edinburgh", the capital city of Scotland. Name of a character in the British sitcom "Absolutely Famous

English

Eletta

Footloose

Greek

Elmina

Will helmet, protection

German

Elowen

Elm Tree

English

Elspeth

An exotic variant of Elizabeth.

Scottish

Emelda

Rival; laborious; eager

Latin

Emera

Rival; laborious; eager

Latin

Enyd

Soul, life

Welsh

Erda

Earth

English

Faren

Adventurous

English

Faridah

Unique

Arabic

Faven

Light

African

Fennella

Fair shouldered

Scottish

Fernly

Fern meadow

English

Fianna

Legendsry tale

Celtic

Gaenna

Fair one; white and smooth, soft

Welsh

Galina

Calm

Greek

Gavra

Heroine of God

Hebrew

Genara

January

Spanish

Genisa

Origin, birth

Hebrew

Giada

Jade

Italian

Gilda

Golden, gilded

English

Ginara

God is gracious

Italian

Halah

Halo

Arabic

Halen

From the hay land

English

Harlan

Dweller by the boundary wood

English

Helene

Sun ray, shining light

Greek

Ianna

Beautiful flower

Iara

Water lady; small butterfly

Arabic

Ilana

Tree

Hebrew

Ilse

God is my oath

German

Inez

“The chaste one,” from the Greek lwgne, chaste.

Spanish

Infinity

Endless

American

Ishani

Desire

Indian (Sanskrit)

Iva

God is gracious

Slavic

Janella

God is gracious

Hebrew

Janeth

God is gracious

Scottish

Jesenia

He sees

Spanish

Jetta

Home ruler

Danish

Jolette

Youthful; Jove's child

Latin

Jovanna

God is gracious

Spanish

Kadena

With rhythm

Latin

Kanai

Contentment

African

Kareema

Generous, giving

Arabic

Karine

Beloved; friend; maiden

Scandinavian

Khadijah

Early baby

Arabic

Kimbra

Royal meadow

English

Kimya

Silent

African

Lacara

Beloved; friend

Latin

Lacretia

Succeed

Latin

Lady

Bread kneader

English

Latoria

Victorious one

Spanish

Leanor

Compassion; light

Greek

Ledah

Small winged one

Latin

Lelah

Night beauty

Arabic

Lenita

Mild, soft, silky

Latin

Leoni

Lion

Latin

Leora

Compassion; light

Greek

Lerissa

Cheerful, lighthearted

Latin

Letizia

Joy

Latin

Maika

Who is like God?

French

Makarria

Blessed

Spanish

Manika

Jewels

Indian (Sanskrit)

Marabel

Star of the sea

Latin

Maretta

Star of the sea

Latin

Minka

Strong-willed warrior

Polish

Naama

Beautiful, good-looking

Hebrew

Nadette

Bear; courgeous

German

Neiva

Snow

Spanish

Niara

With utmost purpose

African

Orlee

My light

Hebrew

Orsala

Little she-bear

Scandinavian

Oula

Will, determination

Scandinavian

Padme

Lotus

Persian

Patrina

Noble; patrician

Latin

Peninah

Pearl

Hebrew

Penna

Weaver

Greek

Perita

Outcome, result

Hebrew

Perry

Pear tree

French

Qiana

Silky

American

Quenna

Queen

English

Quinci

Estate of the fifth son

French

Raynee

Counsel; song

Scandinavian

Raziella

The Lord's secret

Aramaic

Reena

Melody; serene, calm

Latin

Sabina

Sabine

Latin

Sasa

Help, aid

Japanese

Sashi

Moon

Indian (Sanskrit)

Saska
Seemah

Treasure

Hebrew

Sistine

Of Pope Sixtus

Latin

Solome

Peace

Hebrew

Tasa

Resurrection

Greek

Tashie

Birthday

Latin

Tavie

Eighth

Latin

Tenaya

Daughter

Indian (Sanskrit)

Thandiwe

Beloved

African

Udella

Wealthy

English

Ulima

Astute, wise

Arabic

Ulrica

Power of the wolf; power of the home

German

Unity

Oneness

English

Vafara

Brave

French

Valentia

Strong, healthy

Latin

Vasanti

From Springtime

Indian (Sanskrit)

Veronique

Victory bringer; true image

Latin

Vietta

A diminutive form of Viola or Violet.

Vinata

Humble

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vitalia

Full of Life

Italian

Wardah

Rose

Arabic

Waverly

Meadow of quivering aspens

English

Wenonah

First-born daughter

Native American

Willmine

Will helmet, protection

German

Willona

A variant form of Wilone.

Wrigley
Wynne

Fair, pure

Welsh

Xantara

Protector of the Earth

American

Xanthia

Yellow, blonde

Greek

Xavierra

Owner of a new home

French

Xeresa

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

Spanish

Xesta

“Highly polished,” from the Greek xestos, polished.

Greek

Yacinta

Hyacinth

Italian

Yaira

To illuminate

Hebrew

Yamina

Suitable, proper

Arabic

Yvetta

Yew

German

Zabrina

A variant spelling of Sabrina, which see.

Celtic

Zada

Prosperous, fortunate

Arabic

Zahava

Gilded

Hebrew

Zakiya

Pure

Hebrew

Zalika

Well-born

African

Zosma

Enzone

Arabic

Zylina

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Different girl names are a goldmine of options for parents seeking a unique name for their daughter. These monikers might not rule the name charts, but they shine as rare gems. Let’s uncover some together and get to know them.

Different girl names often feature great meanings, like Carmella. This gorgeous girl means “song of joy” and has loads of cute nicknames, including Mel, Ella, and Carmy. Carmella has a vintage vibe, too, wearing well with today’s trends. If your little one danced up a storm in your belly, you might like Cadenza, meaning “with rhythm.” Not only is she beautiful in meaning, but she also has a melodic sound. A peaceful princess better fits the “calm” behind the gorgeous Galina, while a happy baby suits Lerissa, meaning “cheerful.” Similar to the past chart darlings Alyssa and Marissa, she’s familiar yet fiercely original. You might also love the “well-born” meaning of the stunning Zalika or the “melody” of Reena.

You can travel back in time with different girl names and find epic picks like Ilse, a variant of Elizabeth. She’s pretty rare today but offers a fresh way to honor an Elizabeth in your life and your German heritage. There’s also Leanor, a friend to the trending vintage pick Eleanor. She’s a rebel to her formal friend’s style, and we’d love to see her more often. See Helene, a celestial sister to Helen, for a splash of ethereal energy.

On the flip side, you can stick to modern times with unique girl names like Adaliz, Kimya, and Emera. Many uncommon girl names are more similar to today’s popular picks than you’d realize, like Avery’s friend Aviella. While not as common as other Av- names, Aviella is undeniably beautiful. Fans of Aria seeking something more unique may love Aurielle. Other cute but different girl names that mirror more popular names include Bayla, Faren, and Lelah.

Different girl names have it all, from place names like Berlin and Sistine to surname sweethearts like Campbell and Waverly. Try them out and see which name you might fall in love with next.