Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Alys

Noble, exalted

German

Amrita

Nectar

Indian (Sanskrit)

Anya

Resurrection; He (God) has favored me

Hebrew

Arya

Faithful friend

Persian

Asha

Alive and well

Arabic

Bella

Beautiful one

Italian

Brienne

High, noble, exalted

Irish

Carice

Grace and kindness

Dutch

Catelyn

Pure

Greek

Charlotte

Free man

French

Daenerys

Created name

American

Diana

Heavenly and divine

Latin

Dorea

Gift

Greek

Elia

God has answered

Hebrew

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Ellaria

Unknown

Arabic

Ellie

Shortened form of El- names

English

Emilia

To rival

Latin

Esme

To love

French

Essie

Star; myrtle leaf

Persian

Gemma

Precious stone

Italian

Gilly

Bright promise

German

Gwendoline

Fair bow; blessed ring

Welsh

Hannah

Grace

Hebrew

Indira

Splendid

Indian (Sanskrit)

Jaime

Spanish

Jessica

To see

English

Kate

Pure

English

Keisha

Cassia tree

Modern

Kerry

Black

Irish

Khaleesi

Warrior

American

Lady

Bread kneader

English

Lena

Woman from Magdala

Hebrew

Loreza

Created name

American

Lyanna

Gracous, Field

American

Lysa

God's promise; God is my oath

Hebrew

Maisie

“A little pearl.” A diminutive form of Margaret.

Scottish

Margaery

Pearl

English

Meera

Light; saintly woman

Israeli

Megan

Pearl

Welsh

Melisandre

Animal strength

German

Mia

Dear

Scandinavian

Michelle

Who is like God?

French

Missandei

Created name

American

Myranda

Worthy of admiration

Latin

Myrcella

Created name

American

Natalia

Christmas Day

Latin

Natalie

Christmas Day

French

Nathalie

Birthday

Latin

Nell

Horn; sun ray, shining light

Latin

Nymeria

Created name

American

Obara

Small plain

Japanese

Olenna

Torch

Slavic

Oona

Scottish

Osha

Shining

Indian (Sanskrit)

Ramsay

Raven island; ram island

English

Robyn

Bright fame

German

Ros

Gentle horse; horse protector

German

Rose

Rose flower

English

Roxanne

Dawn

Persian

Sansa

Praise

Indian (Sanskrit)

Selyse

Created name

American

Shae

Admirable

Gaelic

Shireen
Sibel

Prophetess, oracle

Greek

Snow

Frozen Rain

English

Sophie

Wisdom

Greek

Talisa

Of noble birth

Spanish

Walda

Ruler

German

Yara

Water lady; small butterfly

Arabic

Ygritte

Created name

American

As one of the most popular television shows, Game of Thrones is a powerful influence on everything from conversation to baby names. Game of Thrones girl names are growing at rapid rates, especially Arya and Yara. These two are undeniably helped by their strong characters on the show. George RR Martin‘s books and the show contain loads of traditional and original names to explore. We’ve rounded them up into one place with the scoop on meanings, origins, and more.

Those who love popular girl names shouldn’t shy away from Game of Thrones names. In fact, there are many recognizable names in the series despite its medieval setting like Anya and Asha. If you turn to the actresses in the series, you’ll hit a treasure trove of popular girl names like Sophie, Mia, Natalie, and Bella. There are also Maisie, Gemma, and Emilia to explore, names that are familiar but not too common stateside. We grabbed some unisex picks as well like Ramsay and Jaime.

If you’re looking for rare girl names, Game of Thrones is ripe with options.  Ellaria, Brienne, and Talisa are similar to the most popular girl names today but are unique enough to be distinguished. For something truly unique, why not try Nymeria or Missandei?

With Game of Thrones girl names, you’re guaranteed a name with strength behind it, as the series is full of badass women!