Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaliyah

Highly regarded

Arabic

Abigail

Father’s rejoice

Hebrew

Abilene

Grass

Hebrew

Abir

Aroma, scent

Arabic

Adara

Virgin; beauty; noble

Hebrew

Adaya

God's Jewel

Hebrew

Adiva

Polite, considerate

Hebrew

Aerona

Celtic Goddess

Welsh

Afifa
Aisha

Alive, well

Arabic

Aiza
Aleemah
Alora

My Dream

African

Amaris

Promised by God

Hebrew

Amayah

Close to God.

Hebrew

Aminah

Honest, faithful

Arabic

Amineh

Honest, faithful

Arabic

Amira

Ruling princess

Arabic

Ammiel

God of my People

Hebrew

Angel

Heavenly messenger

Greek

Angela

Messenger of God

Greek

Angelea

Messenger; messenger of God

Greek

Angelica

Angelic

Latin

Angelina

Messenger of God

Italian

Angelique

Messenger; messenger of God; angelic

Latin

Angwusnasomtaqa

Crow mother spirit (Hopi)

Native American

Anka

Favored grace; He (God) has favored me

Hebrew

Ansariah

One who helps.

Arabic

Ariceli

Altar of heaven; heavenly homemaker

Latin

Ariel

Lion of God

Hebrew

Ariely
Artemis

Butcher

Greek

Astri

Star; fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Athena

Wise

Greek

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Azaria

Helped by God

Hebrew

Bethany

House of figs

Hebrew

Bless
Blessence

Blessed spirit

American

Blessing

Consecration

English

Bodhi

Awakening

Indian (Sanskrit)

Buana

Earth

Indonesian

Cana
Celeste

Heavenly

Latin

Celestina

Heavenly

Latin

Celine

Heaven

Latin

Celinette

“The little goddess of the moon.” A French form of Selena.

French

Ceres

To grow

Greek

Chani

He (God) has favored me

Hebrew

Charity

Dear, beloved

Latin

Chastity

Pure

Latin

Chinara

God receives

African

Christiane

Follower of Christ

Latin

Cianna

God is gracious

Italian

Ciel

From Heaven, Heavenly

French

Creda

Faith

English

Cytheria

Goddess of Love

Greek

Damali

Beautiful Vision

Arabic

Dania

From Denmark; God is my Judge

Hebrew

Daniela

God is my Judge

Spanish

Dasha

Gift of God

Greek

Demetria

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

Greek

Dera

Destiny

African

Diana

Heavenly and divine

Latin

Dorothy

Gift of God

Greek

Duaa

Prayer to God

Arabic

Eden

Paradise

Hebrew

Eliana

My God has answered

Hebrew

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Ellone

God loves me.

African

Eman

Belief, faith

Arabic

Emmanuelle

God is with us

Hebrew

Eostre

Goddess of the dawn

Anglo-Saxon

Erlinda

Spirited

Hebrew

Esther

Star

Persian

Estrid

Fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Evangeline

Good news

English

Exodus

Exit of Large Group

Greek

Fadilah

Virtue

Arabic

Faith

Devotion

English

Faithlyn
Faunus

God of Forests

Latin

Flora

Flower

Latin

Freja

Norse Goddess of Love

Scandinavian

Frigga

“Friday’s child,” based on the Anglo- Saxon frigedaeg (Frig’s day, i.e., Friday), in allusion to Frigg, a goddess of heaven in Norse mythology.

Scandinavian

Gabriella

God is my strength

Italian

Gabrielle

God is my strength

French

Gaiana

The earth

Greek

Galilee

Country of Gentiles

English

Ganesa

God of intelligence and wisdom

Indian (Sanskrit)

Garmangahis

A goddess worshipped in Lanchester

Anglo-Saxon

Genesis

The beginning

Greek

Genet

Heaven

African

Gianna

God is gracious

Italian

Gidja

God of the Moon

Aboriginal

Giovanna

God is gracious

Italian

Glory

Glory

Latin

Grace

Gracious one

English

Haldis

“Spirit of the stone,” from the Germanic concept, in allusion to firmness.

Hannah

Grace

Hebrew

Harimilla

A Tungrian goddess

Anglo-Saxon

Heaven

Paradise

English

Heavenly

From the heavens

English

Hehewuti

Warrior mother spirit (Hopi)

Native American

Hermina

Messenger; earthly

Spanish

Hestia

In Greek mythology, the goddess of the hearth.

Greek

Honor

Woman of honor

Latin

Hope

Desire to be

English

Hypatia

Highest

Greek

Ilithya

Goddess of Women in Labor

Greek

Iman

Belief, faith

Arabic

Imani

Belief, faith

Arabic

Isabella

Devoted to God

Italian

Ishanvi

Goddess of knowledge.

Indian (Sanskrit)

Isoke

Satisfying gift from God

African

Ivania

God is gracious

Slavic

Iyla
Jaisa

God makes.

Hebrew

Jane

God is gracious

Hebrew

Janus

God of Beginnings

Latin

Jarita

“Motherly devotion,” in allusion to a mother bird of Hindu legend who at great risk to herself protected her bird- lets in a forest fire.

Jayashri

Goddess of Victory

Indian (Sanskrit)

Jennabeth

Spiritual gift.

Celtic

Jinan

Paradise Gardens

Arabic

Joanna

God is gracious

Latin

Jordan

To descend

Hebrew

Josephine

God will increase

Hebrew

Jovanna

God is gracious

Spanish

Jude

From Judaea

English

Junia

Queen of heaven

Latin

Juno

Queen of heaven

Latin

Kachina

Spirit

Native American

Kali

The black one

Indian (Sanskrit)

Kalima

The goddess form Kali Ma

Indian (Sanskrit)

Kamiko

Little goddess

Japanese

Karasi

Life and Wisdom

African

Karma

Fate, destiny

Indian (Sanskrit)

Karuka

Art of Heaven

Indian (Sanskrit)

Keilani

Heaven, sky; glorious, royal one

Polynesian

Khalidah

Eternal

Arabic

Ki’eli

Heavenly garden

Polynesian

Kirabo

Gift from God

African

Kishi

Happiness to the earth

Japanese

Kismat

Fate

Arabic

Kokuro

Heart, Spirit

Japanese

Lael

Belonging to God

Hebrew

Lavera

Faith; truth

Slavic

Leah

Weary one

Hebrew

Leilani

Heavenly flower

Polynesian

Leola

Loyal, faithful; lion

Latin

Liora

God's gift of light to me

Hebrew

Madan

God of Love

Indian (Sanskrit)

Madrona

Mother goddess

Welsh

Manara

Light

Arabic

Maricella

Spanish

Mary

Of the sea

Latin

Maryam

Hebrew

Mattea

Gift of God

Hebrew

Mayra

Irish

Mecca
Medina

City of the Prophet

Arabic

Mercury

God of Trade

Latin

Michelle

Who is like God?

French

Mimir

God of Prophecy

Scandinavian

Mimis

Goddess of Harvest

Greek

Mina

Love

German

Minerva

The mind

Latin

Miriam

Of the sea

Hebrew

Moto

Mind, Spirit, Soul

Japanese

Nakimera

Gift From God

African

Nakoma

Great warrior or Great spirit

Native American

Natura

Nature

Spanish

Naysa

Miracle of God

Hebrew

Nelia

Latin

Nenet

Goddess of the Deep

Egyptian

Neriah

Lamp of God

Hebrew

Nevaeh

Heaven

American

Nirvana
Nkechi

God's Gift

African

Nohealani

Beauty from heaven

Polynesian

Odelia

Praise God

Hebrew

Ontibile

God is Watching Over Me

African

Orenda

Great Spirit

Native American

Ourania

Heavenly

Greek

Oya

Wind warrior goddess

African

Paisley

Church

Scottish

Paloma

Dove

Latin

Peace

English

Pillan

God of Stormy Weather

Native American

Promise

One's word

English

Psalm

Song

Hebrew

Qadr

Power, fate

Arabic

Rachel

Ewe

Hebrew

Raphaela

God heals

Hebrew

Rasheida

Rightly guided

Arabic

Rebecca

To join

Hebrew

Reiki

Japanese Spiritual Healing Practice

Japanese

Reverie
Rheda

A goddess

Anglo-Saxon

Royanna

Vision, dream

Arabic

Sadiki

Faithful

African

Saleema

Peace

Arabic

Samantha

Name of God

Hebrew

Samarah

Mountain, outlook, ruled by god.

Hebrew

Sarah

Princess

Hebrew

Seda

Spirit of the forest

Armenian

Sedna

Goddess of the Sea

Native American

Selah

Rock

Hebrew

Semira

Highest heaven

Hebrew

Semiramis

Highest heaven

Hebrew

Serenity

Calmness

English

Setia

Truth, Faithfulness

Indonesian

Sha-Mia

To be of high spirit.

African

Sharik

God's child; one on whom the sun shines

African

Sharvani

Name of the goddess Parvati

Indian (Sanskrit)

Sheba

Promise

Hebrew

Sinai
Spirit
Tabina

Muhammad's follower

Arabic

Tanginika

Lake Goddess

American

Tasnim

Paradise Fountain

Arabic

Tauret

Goddess of Pregnant Women

Egyptian

Templa

“The sanctuary of Eros,” the god of love, from the Latin templum, a sacred haven.

Latin

Temple
Teva

Nature

Hebrew

Thea

Gift of God

Greek

Themba

Trust, Hope & Faith

African

Thorberta

“Bright as the god of thunder,” from Thor (the Norse god of thunder) and the Anglo-Saxon beorlit (bright).

Anglo-Saxon

Tivona

Nature Lover

Hebrew

Trinity

The Holy Trinity

English

Urvi

The Earth

Indian (Sanskrit)

Uzima

Full of Life

African

Veda

Knowledge, wisdom

Indian (Sanskrit)

Veera

Faith; truth; true image

Slavic

Verinka

Faith; truth

Slavic

Verline

Faith

Slavic

Verushka

Faith; truth

Slavic

Vesta

Pure maiden

Latin

Walta

Shield

African

Wanna

God is gracious

Spanish

Wenopa

Two Moons

Native American

Wina

Holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace

Welsh

Zarifa

Moves with grace

Arabic

Ziraili

Help of God

African

Ziva

Radiance, brilliance or light of God

Hebrew

Zulima

Peace

Arabic

Zyana

Blessing from Heaven.

Hebrew

Spiritual girl names are a fantastic way to honor your faith. Many are figures from religious texts, while others have a devout meaning. Let’s explore these mighty monikers together.

Word names with spiritual ties are a great place to start our journey. Evoking thoughts and images of paradise, Heaven is undeniably beautiful. Her reverse form, Nevaeh, is also quite popular today. Virtue names like Faith, Hope, and Trinity fall into this category too. For something slightly rarer, see Honor.  Other spiritual word names you may enjoy are Nirvana, Karma, and Reiki

Browsing meanings is a surefire way to find spiritual girl names. Gabrielle has the mighty meaning “God is my strength,” while Dorothy’s “gift of God” is a treasure. Araceli’s “altar of heaven” ie beyond stunning. She is also rich in nicknames and gorgeous in sound. “Faithful” is Sadiki’s spiritual meaning, and Eman means “belief.” One of our all-time favorites is Adaya, meaning “God’s jewel.”

You can also search religious texts for spiritual baby girl names, like the Bible’s Genesis and Exodus. Aurora was the Roman goddess of dawn, while Vesta was the Roman goddess of family, home, and hearth. Abigail, Esther, and Sarah are some female figures in Judaism and Christianity. As for Islam, Maryam is the only female mentioned by name. A variant of Mary, she’s stunning in sound and significance. 

Spiritual place names are worthy contenders too. Eden is a popular member of this group, inspired by the biblical garden. Galilee is another sweet contender, along with Lycia and Lydia. Mecca (also Makkah) is the city known as the cradle of Islam. Sinai is a place of utmost importance to the Jewish and Christian faith who also doubles as a gorgeous name for your baby girl. 

Spiritual girl names are as diverse as they are beautiful. We hope you find one that speaks to your heart.