Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abby

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Addie

Noble; son of Adam

German

Aggie

Good, pure

Greek

Aja

Goat

Indian (Sanskrit)

Alice

Of nobility

German

Alix

Noble

German

Amorette

Little love

French

Andi

Manly, virile

Greek

Angel

Heavenly messenger

Greek

Apple

Apple fruit

Avani

Earth

Indian (Sanskrit)

Baby
Bebe

Foreign woman; voyager (through life); blessed; lady of the house

Persian

Bella

Beautiful one

Italian

Bertha

Bright, famous

German

Beryl

Light green semiprecious gemstone

Greek

Beulah

Bride

Hebrew

Bianca

White

Italian

Billie

A feminine diminutive of William.

English

Blanca

Blond; white, pure

Italian

Blue

The Color

American

Bobbie

English

Brit

Spotted, freckled

Celtic

Brownie
Callie

Beautiful one

Greek

Candy

Sweet

English

Capricorn

The Goat

Latin

Chantilly
Cherry

Cherry fruit

Modern

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Clover

“She who clings lovingly.” From a Germanic base meaning “to adhere.” An allusion to the adhesive property of clover sap.

English

Coco

Shortened form of Co- names

English

Cornelia

Horn

Latin

Daphne

Laurel

Greek

Darling
Delilah

Delicate

Hebrew

Demi

Half

French

Dior

Golden

French

Dixie

Tenth

French

Dolly

A variant spelling of Dollie.

English

Dulce

Sweet

Latin

Echo

Reflected sound

Latin

Edie

Strife for wealth

English

Effie

Well-spoken

Greek

Ellie

Shortened form of El- names

English

Emmy

Rival

German

Essie

Star; myrtle leaf

Persian

Ester

Myrtle leaf

Persian

Fala

A Crow

Native American

Fannie

From France

Latin

Felicity

Happiness

Latin

Fifi

A short form of Fifine, which is a French diminutive of Josephine.

French

Flossie

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Frida

Peaceful; lady

German

Gigi

Farmer

French

Glory

Glory

Latin

Goldie

English

Gracie

Graceful

English

Hadlee

Heather meadow

English

Haisley

Hazel woods

Irish

Happy

Cheerful, lighthearted

English

Hattie

Home ruler

German

Heavenly

From the heavens

English

Hilda

Battle woman

German

Holly

The holly tree

English

Honey

Nectar

English

Hope

Desire to be

English

Ingrid

Ing's beauty

Scandinavian

Ivory

Creamy-white color; hard tusk used for carving fine art, jewellery

Latin

Jael

Mountain goat

Hebrew

Jessie

He sees

Hebrew

Jewel

Plaything, delight

French

Jolie

Pretty

French

Josie

God will increase

English

Joy

Happiness

Latin

Juni
Katie

Pure

English

Khaleesi

Warrior

American

Kimber

Cyneburg's field

English

Kinsley

King’s clearing

English

Kippy
Kora

Maiden

Greek

Lacy

Adorned in lace

French

Lala

Tulip

Slavic

Lexi

Defender of man

Greek

Liberty

Freedom

English

Lilith

Belonging to the night

Ancient

Lillie

Lily

Latin

Linda

Pretty

Spanish

Love

Love, affection

English

Lula

Famous warrior

German

Lux

Light

Greek

Luzia
Lyla

Night

English

Maggie

Pearl

English

Maisie

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

Scottish

Martha

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Maxie

Greatest

Latin

Meg

“The little pearl.” A diminutive form, through the Scottish, of Margaret.

Greek

Melita

Honey-sweet

Greek

Miette

Pearl/little one

French

Mildred

Gentle strength

English

Millie

Gentle strength

English

Molly

Of the sea

English

Moxie
Nala

Successful

African

Nancy

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

Hebrew

Nixie

Water sprite

German

Noa

Movement

Hebrew

Nori

Belief

Japanese

Nyla

One who achieves

Arabic

Oakley

From the oak tree field

English

Odessa

Angry man

Greek

Ophelia

Help

Greek

Orli

My light

Hebrew

Paisley

Church

Scottish

Pamela

Honey; all sweetness

Greek

Paola

Small

Latin

Pearl

Pearl

Latin

Peggy

A variant form of Peg.

Greek

Penny

Greek

Pepper

Pepper spice

English

Pia

Pious, reverent

Latin

Piper

Pipe player

English

Pippa

An Italian diminutive form of Philippa.

Greek

Pixie

Fairy

Irish

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

Posey
Princess

English

Queenie

Queen

English

Raya

Friend

Israeli

Red

Red Haired

English

Rhea

Flowing

Greek

Riya

Singer

Indian (Sanskrit)

Rory

Dawn

Latin

Rosie

Rose

Latin

Rowdy

Loud, Spirited

American

Roxie

Dawn

Persian

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Rue

Regret

English

Ruthie

Friend, companion

Hebrew

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Sally

“The princess,” a diminutive form of Sarah.

Hebrew

Sia
Silkie
Sophie

Wisdom

Greek

Sugar

Sweet Crystal Spice

American

Tallulah

Leaping water

Native American

Tess

Late summer

Greek

Tilly

Mighty in battle

German

Tippi

Sweetheart

Scandinavian

Trixie

Blessed and happy

Latin

Ulani

Cheerful

Polynesian

Una

One

Latin

Ursa

Little she-bear

Scandinavian

Velvet

Velvet fabric

English

Venus

Love

Latin

Vida

Life

Spanish

Wendy

Friend

English

Willa

Will helmet, protection

German

Winnie

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

Welsh

Xia

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xyla

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Yael

Mountain goat

Hebrew

Yasmin

Jasmine flower

Persian

Zadie

Prosperous, fortunate

Arabic

Zia

Light, splendor; grain

Latin

Zoey

Life

Greek

Finding the perfect name for your new goat can take some time. We’ve rounded up some fantastic girl goat names to make the journey a little easier. Let’s get to know some standouts together.

Cute girl goat names are nearly everyone’s favorite, as they capture the preciousness of a baby goat. Bella is a well-loved treasure among them, along with Gracie. There’s also Millie, a sweet name meaning “gentle strength.” You might like Polly if your goat is small as a nod to the beloved Polly Pocket, or you might enjoy the adorable sound of Bebe. Other cute girl goat names include Tippi, Coco, and Tallulah.

Good girl goat names are often tied to your pet’s personality, like Happy or Love. For an affectionate goat, try sweet names like Honey or Dulce, and for a rambunctious friend, see Moxie and Rowdy. Well-behaved goats may fit Angel and Heavenly, while naughty ones may fit Lilith and Delilah.

You might also enjoy appearance-based baby girl goat names like Brownie, Blanca, and Blue. Check out Velvet if your goat has an ultra-shiny coat or Brit if she’s freckled, as she means “spotted.” See Paola meaning “small” and Miette meaning “little one” for a petite pet.

Old-school picks are popular around the barnyard, and it’s no different amongst baby girl goat names. Alice is one of the most common, while Bertha, Mildred, and Beulah aren’t far behind. Beryl is another vintage darling with gemstone roots, while the nicknames Aggie and Flossie are cute too.

As always, we encourage you to check out meanings to find girl goat names. These can help highlight the perfect name for your fur friend, like Riya’s “singer,” which fits a vocal goat. There’s also Ruthie’s “friend.” For a fearless four-footer, see Ursa, meaning “little she-bear.” You could also use Aja, meaning “goat.”

We hope you find the perfect pick amid our herd of girl goat names.