Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aeress

Greek

Aerilyn

Beautiful Air

American

Aerith

Created Name

American

Aerona

Celtic Goddess

Welsh

Aeronwen

Fair, blessed berries

Welsh

Aeryn

Ireland

American

Aeverie

Elf counsel

English

Aithne

Fire

Gaelic

Aldith

Seasoned warrior; battle-seasoned

English

Allexina

Man's defender

Greek

Alyx

Defender, protector

Greek

Ambrozia

Immortal

Greek

Aquata

Water

Latin

Araxie

River that inpires poetic talent

Armenian

Arya

Faithful friend

Persian

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Azul

The Color Blue

Spanish

Azur
Azzie
Azzura

Sky blue

Spanish

Bird

English

Blossom

Flower-like

English

Blythe

Blithe, cheerful, carefree

English

Caerlion

Voice of God.

Scottish

Caerwyn

White Fortress

Welsh

Calandra

Lovely one

Greek

Calixte

Very Beautiful

Greek

Cersei

Bird

Greek

Cithara
Daenerys

Created name

American

Dauphine

Heir Apparent

French

Delilah

Delicate

Hebrew

Dex

Diminutive form of Dexter

English

Domino

Lord

Latin

Dream

Unconscious vision or thought

English

Echo

Reflected sound

Latin

Elaxi

Woman with Bright Eyes

Indian (Sanskrit)

Electra

Shining, bright, radiant

Greek

Elva

White, noble, bright

Irish

Emberly

Created name

American

Eowyn

Horse of Joy

English

Erzilia

Delicate

Spanish

Eudoxia

Good thought

Greek

Ever

Always

American

Evera

Brave One

English

Exie

Anklet

English

Exodus

Exit of Large Group

Greek

Ezzie
Fae

Loyalty; belief

French

Faeryn

From the fairies.

English

Felixa
Flavia

Yellow hair

Latin

Fleur

Flower

French

Forever

Never Ending

American

Gamora

Created name

American

Glinda

Fair; good

Welsh

Golda

English

Guinevere

Fair one; white, smooth, soft

Welsh

Gwenith

Happiness

Welsh

Hermione

Messenger; earthly

Greek

Imagica
Jinx

Spell

Latin

Kassandre

Man's defender, warrior

Greek

Katniss

Plant Name, Sagittaria Genus

American

Leatrix

Combination of Leah and Beatrix

American

Leia

Weary one

Hebrew

Linnette

Idol; linnet, a small songbird

Welsh

Luna

The moon

Latin

Maertisa

Famous

English

Maeryn

Combination of Mae and Taryn

American

Magic

Full of Wonder

American

Margaery

Pearl

English

Maxima

Greatest

Latin

Melisandre

Animal strength

German

Merle

Blackbird

French

Misty

Mist

English

Moon
Nixie

Water sprite

German

Nyx

Night

Greek

Onyx

Precious gemstone

Latin

Orchid

Flowering plant

Latin

Oxide

Oxygen Compound

American

Padme

Lotus

Persian

Pixie

Fairy

Irish

Primrose

First rose

English

Raven

Raven

English

Rosette

Rose

Latin

Sansa

Praise

Indian (Sanskrit)

Silver
Silverie
Siri

Scandinavian

Sixta
Sol

Sun

Spanish

Vita

Life

Latin

Vix
Vox

Voice

Latin

Xamira
Xanadu

Mongolian City

Asian

Xantara

Protector of the Earth

American

Xantha

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.

Xaria

Respelling of Zaria

American

Xarissa

Created Name

American

Xava

The New House

American

Xavia

Bright, splendid; new house

Spanish

Xeraphina

Seraphim, Angel

American

Xhosa

South African Tribe

African

Xironia

“Sharp as a razor,” from the Greek xyron, a razor.

Greek

Xyla

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Xylina

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Zatanna

Created name

American

Zoela

Lump of earth

Italian

Fantasy names for girls bring a burst of fun to your name list. Made to intrigue, these amazing names offer a unique twist and stand out. Coming from all corners of the globe and history, you never know what style you’ll find next among them.

Many fantasy names for girls have worked their way onto the baby name charts thanks to television and movies, like Arya, the breakout star from Game of Thrones. There’s also her sister, Sansa, and another powerful female from the series, Daenerys. Star Wars brought us Leia and Padme, while the Hunger Games offered Katniss and Primrose. As you browse our list, you’ll see plenty of familiar faces.

Fantasy names for girls have a futuristic sound. Calixte is the perfect example of this, and we can totally picture her on an elf or other mythical being. Similarly, there’s Leatrix, a playful pick who feels like she just hopped out of a space travel film. Other futuristic finds among fantasy girl names are Xantara, Zoela, and Alyx.

On the flip side, you’ll also find many fantasy names for girls that have been plucked from history. Aerith is an awesome one, and we can’t believe she isn’t more popular. Caerwyn is another whom we simply adore. Welsh and Celtic girl names especially fit in the sector and often appear in fantasy films set in the Middle Ages.

One of our favorite sections of fantasy names for girls is those with word origins. Dream is our shining star here. Not only is she right at home in the genre, but she offers promise and inspiration. Echo and Domino are two that are favorites in space-themed fantasy flicks, and we definitely see why. With their sharp styling and O ending, they wear well with today’s names but are distinct.

Whichever you choose, you’re sure to find something amazing among fantasy names for girls.