Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adeline

Noble one

German

Agnes

Pure, holy

Greek

Alejandra

Man's defender

Greek

Alexandra

Defender of man

Greek

Alice

Of nobility

German

Allison

Noble one

German

Alodia

Riches

Latin

Anastasia

Resurrection

Greek

Anita

“The graceful one,” based on the Hebrew hannah, grace.

Spanish

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Annette

A French variant of Anna.

French

Antoinette

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

French

Antonia

A variant form of Antoinette.

Latin

Arabella

Answered prayer

Latin

Armani

From the house of Armand

African

Artha

Riches

Indian (Sanskrit)

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Ayanna

Beautiful flower

African

Beatrice

Voyager (through life); blessed

Latin

Beatrix

Voyager (through life); blessed

Latin

Beatriz

Voyager (through life); blessed

Latin

Bernadette

Strong, brave bear

German

Blaire

Plain, field

Scottish

Bolanile

This house's riches

African

Bridget

Exalted one

Gaelic

Brigitte

The French and German form of Brid- get.

French

Camille

Religious helper

French

Caroline

Free woman

French

Cassandra

Man's defender, warrior

Greek

Catalina

Pure

Spanish

Catherine

Pure

Greek

Chanel

Pipe

French

Charlotte

Free man

French

Cima

Treasure

Hebrew

Claire

Clear and bright

French

Colette

People of victory

French

Constance

Constancy, steadfastness

Latin

Cressida

Gold

Greek

Cynthia

From Mount Kynthos

Greek

Damaris

Calf; to tame; gentle

Latin

Danica

Morning star; from Denmark

Slavic

Dhana

Wealthy

Indian (Sanskrit)

Diamond

Of high value; brilliant

English

Diana

Heavenly and divine

Latin

Dior

Golden

French

Dominique

Lord

Latin

Dorothy

Gift of God

Greek

Edith

Strife for wealth

English

Eleanor

Of unknown meaning

English

Eliza

God is my oath

English

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Elodie

Marsh flower

Greek

Eloise

Healthy one

English

Emerald

Precious gemstone

Spanish

Emilia

To rival

Latin

Esmeralda

Emerald

Spanish

Estella

Star-like; love

Spanish

Eugenie

Well-born, noble

Greek

Evelyn

Desired one

English

Fatima

One who abstains

Arabic

Fernanda

Adventurous; bold journey

German

Florence

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Frances

From France

Latin

Francesca

From France

Latin

Francine

From France

Latin

Gemma

Precious stone

Italian

Georgia

Farmer

English

Georgina

A variant form of Georgiana.

Latin

Gwendolyn

Blessed ring

Welsh

Gwyneth

Happiness

Welsh

Harriett

Home ruler

German

Hattie

Home ruler

German

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Helene

Sun ray, shining light

Greek

Henrietta

Home ruler

German

Imani

Belief, faith

Arabic

Imogen

Maiden

Irish

Inez

“The chaste one,” from the Greek lwgne, chaste.

Spanish

Iris

Rainbow

Greek

Isabelle

God is my oath

French

Isadora

Gift of Isis

Latin

Ishara

Rich

Indian (Sanskrit)

Jacqueline

Supplanter

French

Jeanette

French

Josefina

The Lord adds; Jehovah increases

Italian

Judith

From Judea; Jewish

Hebrew

Julia

Youthful and downy

Latin

Julianne

Youthful; Jove's child

Latin

Kate

Pure

English

Katherine

Pure

Greek

Kendall

The Kent river valley

English

Kura

Treasure House

Japanese

Lark

Bird

English

Leona

Lion

Latin

Leticia

Joy

Latin

Letizia

Joy

Latin

Lillian

Lily flower

English

Lorelei

“The enchantress,” in allusion to the siren of German legend whose singing on reefs in the Rhine lured sailors to their doom.

German

Louisa

Famous warrior

German

Lucille

Of the light

French

Lydia

From Lydia

Greek

Lynette

Nymph; idol

Welsh

Madeline

Woman from Magdala

English

Margaret

Pearl

English

Margo

Pearl

French

Marian

A variant form, through the Old French, of Mary.

French

Martha

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Maxine

Greatest

Latin

Megan

Pearl

Welsh

Melinda

Sweet

Latin

Meredith

Great, noted ruler

Welsh

Miranda

Admirable

Latin

Monica

“The virgin one,” ultimately from the Greek monies, solitary, in allusion to the chastity of a solitary life.

Latin

Monique
Nadia

Hope

Slavic

Naomi

Pleasant one

Hebrew

Natalia

Christmas Day

Latin

Nicolette

A French equivalent of Nicola.

French

Octavia

Eighth

Latin

Odessa

Angry man

Greek

Odette

Wealth

German

Olive

Olive tree

English

Olivia

Olive tree

Latin

Ophelia

Help

Greek

Paris

Of unknown meaning

Greek

Penelope

Weaver

Greek

Philippa

Horse lover

Greek

Phoebe

Bright and pure

Greek

Portia

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

Latin

Priscilla

Ancient, venerable

Latin

Quincy

Counsel; estate of the fifth son

Irish

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Ramona

Protecting hands

Spanish

Regina

Queen

Latin

Roberta

Bright fame

German

Rosalie

Rose flower

French

Rose

Rose flower

English

Rosemary

Dew of the sea

Latin

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Safiya

Friend; pure

African

Sandra

A short form of Alexandra, which see.

Italian

Sapphire

Gemstone

Spanish

Selena

Moon

Spanish

Serwa

Rich, wealthy

Arabic

Sika

Money

African

Silvia

Woods, forest

Latin

Sloane

Raid

Irish

Sofia

Wisdom

Greek

Sonja

Wisdom

Greek

Stella

Celestial star

Latin

Susana

Lily

Hebrew

Tabitha

Gazelle

Aramaic

Tamara

Date palm

Hebrew

Tatum

Tata's homestead

English

Teagan

Little Poet

Irish

Theodora

God's gift

Greek

Ursula

Little she-bear

Scandinavian

Valentina

Strong and healthy

Latin

Valeria

Strength and vigor

Italian

Veronica

True image

Latin

Victoria

Victory

Latin

Violet

Violet flower

English

Vivian

Alive

Latin

Vivienne

Alive

French

Wilhelmina

Will helmet, protection

German

Willow

Willow tree

English

Winifred

Holy, blessed reconciliation; joy, peace

Welsh

Xiomara

Guest, stranger

Greek

Xolani

Please Forgive

African

Yelena

Sun ray, shining light

Russian

Yvette

Yew

French

Yvonne

Yew

German

Zadie

Prosperous, fortunate

Arabic

Zahara

Flowering; shining

Hebrew

Zara

Blooming flower

English

Zelda

Happiness

Yiddish

Zenaida

Life of Zeus; belonging to Zeus

Russian

Zulema

Peace

Arabic

Zuri

Beautiful

African

People love the luxury of rich girl names. Wealthy in meaning and associations, these names are always in style. Let’s get to know a few standouts together.

Rich girl names often have royal ties, like Catherine, Elizabeth, and Victoria. Over in Spain, you’ll find the gorgeous Letizia, and in Sweden, there’s Sofia. For a splash of something unique, fly over to the Netherlands, where Beatrix once ruled. While rare stateside, Beatrix is full of energy and loaded with cute nickname options, like Bea and Trixie. Charlotte, Sonja, and Silvia are other rich female names with royal associations.

Many rich girl names carry a British air. These posh picks are prim and proper, perfectly suiting the genre. Alice is a beloved member of this group along with her friend Agnes, a vintage darling. Agnes is rare nowadays, but we think she’s usable with the adorable Aggie nickname. Florence is another sweet British-leaning beauty among fancy rich girl names. She is a nickname lover’s dream, as she’s often shortened to Flossie, Flora, or Flo. More British-themed rich names for girls are Cressida, Philippa, and Imogen.

If you prefer rich names for girls with a flashier feel, you might love luxury-leaning names, like Treasure. Gemstone finds rule in this group, including Diamond, Sapphire, and Emerald. Others are brand-linked, like Dior, Armani, and Chanel. These names aren’t afraid of a little sparkle.

Turn to meanings for a more subtle link to money. “Strive for wealth” is Edith‘s meaning. Meaning “wealth,” Odette is another excellent choice. If you prefer names from the far east, there are countless beauties with rich meanings to explore. Artha is a gorgeous Indian choice meaning “rich,” while the Japanese Kura means “treasure house.”

See the rest of our rich girl names collection and see which money moniker finds her way on your favorites list.