Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adelina

Noble kind; small winged one

Latin

Alejandra

Man's defender

Greek

Alessandra

Defender of man

Italian

Alexandra

Defender of man

Greek

Alexandria

Defender of man

Greek

Alexandrina

Man's defender

Greek

Amethyst

Precious purple jewel

Greek

Anastasia

Resurrection

Greek

Angelica

Angelic

Latin

Angelina

Messenger of God

Italian

Annabella

He (God) has favored me

Hebrew

Annalise

Created name

German

Antoinette

“A girl in flower or bloom,” based, ultimately, on the Greek anthos, a flower.

French

Antonella

Daughter of Anthony

Italian

Antonia

A variant form of Antoinette.

Latin

Arabella

Answered prayer

Latin

Aracely

Altar of heaven; heavenly homemaker

Latin

Aubrianna

Combination of Aubrey and Anna

American

Audrina

Noble strength

English

Bernadette

Strong, brave bear

German

Carlotta

The Italian equivalent of Charlotte, the feminine form of Charles, meaning “full-grown manhood.”

Italian

Carmella

Garden, orchard

Hebrew

Carolina

Free man

German

Carrington

Charles's town

English

Cassandra

Man's defender, warrior

Greek

Catalina

Pure

Spanish

Charlotte

Free man

French

Clementine

Merciful

Latin

Cleopatra

Father's glory

Greek

Constance

Constancy, steadfastness

Latin

Constanza

Constancy, steadfastness

Latin

Cordelia

Heart

Latin

Demetria

“The fruitful one,” in allusion to Demeter, the Greek goddess of fruitfulness and protectress of marriage.

Greek

Domenica

Lord

Latin

Dominique

Lord

Latin

Eleanora

Sun ray, shining light

Greek

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Emiliana

Rival; laborious; eager

Latin

Emmanuella

God is with us

Hebrew

Emmeline

Work

German

Esmeralda

Emerald

Spanish

Esperanza

Hope

Spanish

Estefania

Crown, garland

Spanish

Eulalia

Well-spoken

Greek

Evangelina

Good news

Greek

Evangeline

Good news

English

Fernanda

Adventurous; bold journey

German

Francesca

From France

Latin

Gabriella

God is my strength

Italian

Genevieve

Family woman

French

Georgiana

A feminine form of George, which means “earthworker.”

Latin

Geraldine

Spear ruler

German

Giovanna

God is gracious

Italian

Gisella

Pledge; hostage

German

Graciela

Favor; blessing

Latin

Guadalupe

Wolf valley

Spanish

Gwendolyn

Blessed ring

Welsh

Hadassah

Myrtle tree

Hebrew

Hermione

Messenger; earthly

Greek

Isabella

Devoted to God

Italian

Jacqueline

Supplanter

French

Josephine

God will increase

Hebrew

Juliana

Youthful and downy

Latin

Juliette

Youthful and downy

French

Katherine

Pure

Greek

Kaydence

With rhythm

Latin

Kensington

The town of Cynsige's people

English

Kimberly

Cyneburg's meadow

English

Leighton

From the town by the Meadow

English

Leilani

Heavenly flower

Polynesian

Lilliana

Lily flower

English

Luciana

Light

Italian

Mackenzie

Son of Coinneach

Scottish

Madeleine

Woman from Magdala

French

Magdalena

Woman from Magdala

Greek

Magnolia

Magnolia flower

English

Marcella

Dedicated to Mars

Latin

Margaret

Pearl

English

Margarita

Pearl

Greek

Marianna

Star of the sea

Latin

Mercedes

Mercies

Spanish

Meredith

Great, noted ruler

Welsh

Michaela

Who resembles God?

Hebrew

Mirabella

Wonderful

Latin

Montserrat

Jagged mountain

Latin

Natalia

Christmas Day

Latin

Natasha

Birthday

Latin

Nicolette

A French equivalent of Nicola.

French

Octavia

Eighth

Latin

Ophelia

Help

Greek

Patience

Enduring, forebearing

English

Penelope

Weaver

Greek

Persephone
Philomena

Powerful love

Greek

Prudence

Caution, discretion

Latin

Rebecca

To join

Hebrew

Rhiannon

Great queen, or goddess

Welsh

Rosalina

Gentle horse; rose

Latin

Rosemarie

Dew of the sea

Latin

Samantha

Name of God

Hebrew

Saoirse

Freedom

Irish

Savannah

Large, grassy plain

English

Seraphina

Burning ones

Hebrew

Shoshana

Lily, rose

Hebrew

Tallulah

Leaping water

Native American

Tatiana

Russian

Temperance

Moderation

English

Tennessee

Gathering Place

Native American

Theodora

God's gift

Greek

Valencia

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valentina

Strong and healthy

Latin

Veronica

True image

Latin

Veronique

Victory bringer; true image

Latin

Victoria

Victory

Latin

Vincenza

Prevailing

Latin

Virginia

Maiden

Latin

Viviana

Alive

Italian

Wednesday
Wilhelmina

Will helmet, protection

German

Ximena

He has heard

Spanish

Xiomara

Guest, stranger

Greek

From powerful rulers to Hollywood starlets, long girl names have graced some of the most influential women in history. Renowned for their beauty, these lengthy monikers are perennial favorites on the charts. Whether it’s the sound that wins us over or the incredible nickname potential, long baby girl names remain popular today, as seen in Katherine and Charlotte.

One of the most appealing aspects of long girl names is their sound, as many are melodic in nature, like Liliana and Arabella. This attractive quality gives them a fashionable feel that transcends languages and generations. Names like Genevieve and Antonella are long girl names that are especially without borders,  sounding stunning in English and beyond. For a taste of exotic flair, Veronique and Tatiana offer a wallop of international beauty, too.

Long names for girls are some of the most feminine out there, as proven by show-stopping names like Gabriella and Mirabella. But, if you’re looking for strength, plenty of powerful names are long as well. Alexandra and Cleopatra, for instance, mean business and don’t feel dainty by any means. If you’re seeking a name somewhere in the middle, check out the royals for inspiration, with Elizabeth and Victoria finding the perfect balance between strong and soft.

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Long girl names contain everything from princess picks to classic cuties. Don’t be afraid to try something new. You might find the just the right long girl name for your little darling.