Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Addison

Son of Adam

English

Aisha

Alive, well

Arabic

Alicia

Noble one

Spanish

Amani

Peace

African

Amari

Unknown

American

Amira

Ruling princess

Arabic

Angelica

Angelic

Latin

Angelina

Messenger of God

Italian

Ariana

Most holy

Latin

Armani

From the house of Armand

African

Ashanti

Tribe

African

Ava

To live

Latin

Aviana

Birdlike

Latin

Ayanna

Beautiful flower

African

Baylee

Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification

English

Bea

A diminutive of Beatrice.

English

Betty

A diminutive form of Elizabeth.

Hebrew

Bianca

White

Italian

Blaire

Plain, field

Scottish

Blanche

White, pure

German

Brianna

High and noble

Irish

Brooke

Small stream

English

Cameron

Crooked nose

Scottish

Camila

Young religious servant

Spanish

Catalina

Pure

Spanish

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Cleo

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

Greek

Colette

People of victory

French

Cristina

Anointed, Christian

Spanish

Dahlia

Dahlia flower

Scandinavian

Dallas

From the dales, the valley meadows

Scottish

Dania

From Denmark; God is my Judge

Hebrew

Daniela

God is my Judge

Spanish

Daphne

Laurel

Greek

Delaney

From the alder grove

English

Delilah

Delicate

Hebrew

Destiny

Determined fate

English

Dior

Golden

French

Dixie

Tenth

French

Dorothy

Gift of God

Greek

Eleanor

Of unknown meaning

English

Elena

Shining light

Greek

Eliana

My God has answered

Hebrew

Elliana

My God has answered

Hebrew

Emersyn

Son of Emery

English

Emilia

To rival

Latin

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Felicia

Lucky, fortunate, happy

Latin

Francesca

From France

Latin

Francisca

From France

Latin

Freja

Norse Goddess of Love

Scandinavian

Gemma

Precious stone

Italian

Georgia

Farmer

English

Giada

Jade

Italian

Gianna

God is gracious

Italian

Giuliana

Youthful

Latin

Hadleigh

Heather meadow

English

Hailey

Hay meadow

English

Harley

Hare meadow

English

Harmoni

Unity, concord

Latin

Harper

Harp Player

English

Iliana

Trojan

Greek

Imani

Belief, faith

Arabic

Inara

Illuminating, Shining

Arabic

Inaya

Concern, Care

Arabic

India

Of the Indus River

Indian (Sanskrit)

Indie

Independent

American

Ivanna

God is gracious

Slavic

Ivy

Ivy plant

English

Iyla

Form of Ila

French

Izzy

God's promise

Hebrew

Jada

Precious stone

English

Jade

Precious stone

English

Jahzara

Blessed princess

African

Jamie

He who supplants

Hebrew

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Jayla

Combination name

American

Jazlyn

Created name

American

Jillian

Youthful

English

Jioni

Evening

African

Joelle

Jehovah is God

French

Jordyn

To descend

Hebrew

Julissa

Form of Julius

American

Justice

Justice

English

Kamryn

Crooked nose

Scottish

Karsyn

Son of Carr

Scottish

Kataleya

Orchid

Spanish

Kayla

Pure

English

Kendra

Greatest champion

Welsh

Kennedy

Helmeted head

Irish

Kenzie

Son of Coinneach

Scottish

Khloe

Green sprout

Greek

Kiana

Ancient

American

Kiara

Black

Irish

Kira

Black

Irish

Latifah

Gentle, pleasant

Arabic

Latoya

Victorious one

Spanish

Layla

Night

Arabic

Leighton

From the town by the Meadow

English

Lexi

Defender of man

Greek

Liana

To twine around

French

Liliana

Lily flower

English

Lina

Palm tree

Latin

Lola

The sorrows

Spanish

Lylah

Night

Arabic

Maci

From Massy

English

Madison

Son of Maud

English

Makayla

Who is like God?

American

Margot

Pearl

French

Mariah

Of the sea

English

Mariana

Of the sea

Spanish

Maverick

Wildly Independent

American

McKenna

Son of Cionaodh

Gaelic

Mercedes

Mercies

Spanish

Milani

Gentle Caress

Polynesian

Millie

Gentle strength

English

Monroe

From the Hill

Irish

Morgan

Circling sea

Welsh

Moxie

Full of moxie, full of attitude

American

Nadia

Hope

Slavic

Nailah

Attainer

Arabic

Natalia

Christmas Day

Latin

Nerida

Sea nymph

Spanish

Nevaeh

Heaven

American

Nia

Lustrous; goal, purpose

African

Nicole

Victory of the people

French

Nikki

Two trees

Japanese

Nita

A diminutive form of Anita.

Spanish

Nova

New

Latin

Nyla

One who achieves

Arabic

Oakley

From the oak tree field

English

Oaklynn

Created name

American

Olivia

Olive tree

Latin

Olympia

From Mount Olympus

Greek

Oriana

Sunrise

Latin

Paige

Young servant

English

Paisley

Church

Scottish

Petra

Rock

Greek

Peyton

From Pacca's town

English

Phoebe

Bright and pure

Greek

Piper

Pipe player

English

Qistina

Justice

Arabic

Queen

Queen

English

Queena

Queen

English

Quirina

Warrior

Latin

Raelyn

Beam of light

American

Raisa

Rose

Yiddish

Raquel

Ewe

Spanish

Rasheida

Rightly guided

Arabic

Reagan

Descendent of Riagan

Irish

Reese

Enthusiasm

Welsh

Remy

From Rheims

French

Renee

Reborn

French

Rexana

Combination name

English

Reyna

Counsel; song; queen

Spanish

Riana

Great queen, or goddess; king

Welsh

Rida

Veil

Arabic

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

Riva

Maiden

Hebrew

Romina

Of Christian lands

Arabic

Rose

Rose flower

English

Roxy

Dawn

Persian

Royce

Fame

German

Rue

Regret

English

Ryder

Knight, mounted warrior

English

Sabella

God's promise

Latin

Sabrina

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

Celtic

Sade

Honor confers a crown

African

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Sapphira

“The pretty one,” from the Hebrew shappir, beautiful.

English

Sarina

Serene

Latin

Savannah

Large, grassy plain

English

Scarlett

Shade of red

English

Serena

Serene, calm

Latin

Sienna

Reddish brown

English

Skyla

Fugitive

English

Skylar

Noble scholar

English

Sloane

Raid

Irish

Sophia

Wisdom

Greek

Stefani

Crown, garland

Greek

Talia

Heaven's dew

Hebrew

Taraji

Hope, Faith

African

Tatiana

Unknown

Russian

Taylor

Tailor

English

Tenley

Burned meadow

English

Tiana

Fairy queen

Slavic

Tiffany

Revelation of God

Greek

Trinity

The Holy Trinity

English

Tyler

A worker in roof tiles

English

Ulima

Astute, wise

Arabic

Ulyana

Youthful, Downy

Russian

Uniqua

Only one

Latin

Unique

Only one

Latin

Valencia

Strong, healthy

Latin

Valeria

Strength and vigor

Italian

Vanessa

Created name

English

Veda

Knowledge, wisdom

Indian (Sanskrit)

Vesta

Pure maiden

Latin

Vida

Life

Spanish

Vikki

Victory

Latin

Vivian

Alive

Latin

Whitney

White island

English

Willow

Willow tree

English

Winona

First-born daughter

Native American

Xandria

Defender of man

Greek

Xenia

Guest, stranger

Greek

Yaritza

Small Butterfly

Portuguese

Yasmin

Jasmine flower

Persian

Zahara

Flowering; shining

Hebrew

Zamora

Person from Zamora, Spain

Spanish

Zara

Blooming flower

English

Zariah

Radiance

Arabic

Zariyah

Beautiful and light

Arabic

Zoey

Life

Greek

Sassy girl names have buckets of charisma and personality, fitting a little one loaded with vibrant life. These are natural choices for little girls who know what they want and aren’t afraid to go for it. They come in countless styles and origins, too. You can find vintage options like Betty, as well as modern marvels like Raelyn. There are American cuties and African princesses, too. Let’s explore this exciting group of names together.

First up in sassy girl names are those who lay sass on the table for all to see. These word name wows are open with their attitude, as their very definition implies they live life their own way. There’s Moxie, a name meaning “full of attitude.” She’s ultra-rare but a rhyming friend to Roxy, a name sometimes given to kiddos with just as much sass. Indie is another sassy choice, as in an abbreviated form of the word “independent.” She’s another rare gem, but she’s definitely usable.

Other sassy girl names may not mean sassy or independent, but they certainly carry that vibe with them everywhere they go. Many of today’s most popular girl names are pretty sassy, like Sophia. Meaning “wisdom,” this Greek sweetie is linked to the super sassy character, Sophia Petrillo of the Golden Girls. Ava also packs plenty of sass. This palindrome pick of Latin roots means “to live.” That’s definitely the perfect meaning for a sassy little one ready to take life by the horns. See Layla, Zoey, and Riley for more popular sassy monikers.

Unique, sassy girl names are available in abundance too. Amira is sassy in sound and meaning, as this “ruling princess” of Arabic origin isn’t about to be bossed around. While she isn’t super common, she is growing in popularity, so if you want something ultra-rare, you might want to explore a name like Sade, an African name meaning “honor confers a crown.” Taraji is another unique option teeming with sass. Check out Qistina, Giada, and Vesta for more unique choices.

Discover more sassy girl names and meanings on our complete list. You never know which beauty will catch your eye.