Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abby

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Aggie

Good, pure

Greek

Ailith

Seasoned warrior

English

Ally

Noble, bright, famous; man's defender; noble, exalted

Greek

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Arcelia

Treasure chest

Spanish

Arva

Fertile

Latin

Ash

From the Ash Tree

English

Asha

Alive and well

Arabic

Aurea

Wind; golden; dawn

Latin

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Avery

Elf counsel

English

Battista

To dip

Latin

Beryl

Light green semiprecious gemstone

Greek

Blade

Knife or sword

English

Bree

Noble

Irish

Breezy

Windy

English

Buffy

God is my oath

English

Calico

Multicolored

English

Cally

Lovely one; beautiful flower; cup; fairest, most beautiful; beautiful, lovely

Latin

Callypso

She who hides

Greek

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Cima

Treasure

Hebrew

Cleo

“The celebrated one,” from the Greek kleo, make known or famous.

Greek

Clover

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

English

Coral

“The sentry,” in allusion to the belief of the ancients that a coral talisman served as a warning against the approach of evil spirits.

Latin

Dally

Loiter, Delay

English

Destiny

Determined fate

English

Diamond

Of high value; brilliant

English

Dream

Unconscious vision or thought

English

Ebbe

Brave, strong boar

Scandinavian

Ember

Smoldering coal

English

Emmy

Rival

German

Evera

Brave One

English

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Fortuna

Good fate

Latin

Gabby

Diminutive form of Gabrielle

English

Golda

English

Goldee

English

Golden
Goldia

English

Goldie

English

Hally

Army ruler, commander; hay meadow

Scandinavian

Hope

Desire to be

English

Ingrid

Ing's beauty

Scandinavian

Jarah

Boldness, bravery

Arabic

Jetta

Home ruler

Danish

Jewel

Plaything, delight

French

Journey

Traveling to another place

English

Kally

Cup; fairest, most beautiful; beautiful, lovely

Latin

Katana

Sword

Japanese

Kinga

Bravery in War

Hungarian

Lally

Well-spoken; to chatter or babble

Greek

Layla

Night

Arabic

Legacy

Inherited from ancestors

English

Lorna

"The lovelorn,” from the Anglo-Saxon losen, to lose.

Scottish

Lucky

Fortunate

American

Lucy

Of the light

English

Maggie

Pearl

English

Maire

Star of the sea

Latin

Mally

Sweet

Latin

Mareen

From the sea

Latin

Mariana

Of the sea

Spanish

Marina

From the sea

Latin

May

The fifth month

English

Melody

Song

English

Mimi

A diminutive form of Miriam and, through the French, of Wilhelmina.

French

Mina

Love

German

Miracle

Divine act

English

Mirit

Of the Sea or Bitter

Hebrew

Molly

Of the sea

English

Morag

Star of the sea

Latin

Morene

Star of the sea

Irish

Morgan

Circling sea

Welsh

Morgen

Circling sea or great brightness; bright or white sea dweller

Welsh

Murron

Sea seal

Irish

Nerina

Sea nymph

Greek

Nerine

Sea nymph

Greek

Nerita

Sea Snail

Spanish

Ocean
Oceane

Sea

French

Pasha

Of the sea

Greek

Pelagie

Of the sea

Greek

Piper

Pipe player

English

Pirate

Robber of the Sea

English

Portia

The symbol of a beautiful, wealthy, and brilliant woman, in allusion to the heroine of Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice.

Latin

Queena

Queen

English

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

River

Flowing body of water

English

Ronat

Seal

Irish

Rowdy

Loud, Spirited

American

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Rue

Regret

English

Sabrina

“The siren from the river Severn,” in allusion to a legendary princess.

Celtic

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Sailor

Boat Man

American

Sally

“The princess,” a diminutive form of Sarah.

Hebrew

Sanda

Man's defender

Greek

Sandee

Man's defender; man's defender, warrior

Greek

Sandera

Man's defender, warrior

Greek

Sandi

Man's defender; man's defender, warrior

Greek

Saylor

Sailor

English

Scout

To listen

French

Sea

Ocean

American

Seadhna

Wayfarer, traveler

Gaelic

Seal

Dweller by the Small Wood

English

Seanna

Irish

Seara

Bright, famous

Latin

Sina

Treasure; God is gracious

Irish

Siren
Sirena

Enchanter

Greek

Sirene

Enchanter

Greek

Sirenia

Enchanter

Greek

Sirenna

Enchanter

Greek

Sparrow

Small bird in the Finch family

English

Stav

The Autumn Season

Hebrew

Stormi

Stormy

English

Story

Tale

American

Summer

Summer season

English

Sunny

Sunshine; happy, cheerful temperament

English

Tabby

Gazelle

Aramaic

Tally

Hebrew

Theodosia

God's gift

Greek

Tori

Bird

Japanese

Torrent

A fast-moving stream

English

Treasure

English

Ulli

Wealthy; gem of the sea; sacred red

Scandinavian

Vallora

Brave, courageous

Latin

Virika

Brave One

Indian (Sanskrit)

Yulla

Wealthy; gem of the sea; sacred red

Scandinavian

Zabby

God is my Oath

English

Zoe

Life

Greek

Pirate names for girls are brave beauties that don’t mind salt air and waves. Used to roaming the seven seas, they were once strictly associated with shady characters, but have since become synonymous with sailing in general.

The most obvious of pirate names for girls is Pirate. A bold choice, she’s been used a few times by celebrities. Be warned: since pirates still roam in some areas of the world, she may not be the most welcomed pick everywhere. You could also try out Ocean and Seal to harness the power of the sea. Ocean especially is a beautiful nature name pick, and she’s a great way to honor your little one’s life on the water. Another option is Breezy, a windy wonder girl with an easygoing style.

Word-based options also make amazing pirate names for girls. Pirates seek Treasure, making her an excellent option. She’s also the perfect pick for the newest treasure in your life. Similarly, Jewel and Goldie are precious princesses that wear well on a pirate. Journey fits a pirate’s long ventures at sea, while Story sounds right at home on someone who will probably have amazing tales to tell.

Girl pirate names are usually playful, making Rowdy and Lucky awesome choices. Our standout in this group is Calico, a name that’s been used on male pirates in the past. She’s super cute, and she has sweet nicknames, like Cali and Coco. Speaking of nicknames, they’re also common pirate names for girls, including Mimi and Sadie.

Taking a peek at meanings is an excellent way to pick a girl pirate name with more oomph behind her. Virika is one of our favorites, as this Indian beauty means “brave one.” Kinga is equally powerful, with her translation of “brave in war.” For something a touch lighter, check out Arcelia, a Spanish stunner meaning “treasure chest.”

Whichever you choose, you’re sure to find an adventure with pirate names for girls.