Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Adara

Virgin; beauty; noble

Hebrew

Anang

Star

Native American

Andromeda

Leader of men

Greek

Aquarius

The Water Bearer

Latin

Ara

Brings rain

Arabic

Aries

The Ram

Latin

Astin

Starlike

French

Astra

Star

Latin

Astri

Star; fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Astria

Star

Latin

Bellatrix

Warlike

Latin

Caeli
Carina

Beloved

Latin

Cassiopeia

Greek

Celena

The moon

Greek

Chara

Free man

German

Columba

Dove

Latin

Corona

Crown

Spanish

Danica

Morning star; from Denmark

Slavic

Delta

Greek

Estelle

Star

Latin

Estrella

Star-like; love

Spanish

Gamma

Third letter of Greek alphabet

Greek

Gemini

Twin

Greek

Hespera

Evening; evening star

Greek

Hoshi

Star

Japanese

Itzel

Star of the aurora sky

Spanish

Izar

Star

Spanish

Kuma

Bear

Japanese

Libra

The Scales, Equality

Latin

Lintang

Star

Indonesian

Lyra

Lyre

Greek

Maia

Great; mother

Greek

Marabel

Star of the sea

Latin

Maren

Star of the sea

Latin

Mariam

Star of the sea

Latin

Mariela

Star of the sea

Latin

Mariska

Star of the sea

Latin

Maritza

Of the sea; star of the sea

Latin

Nashira

Field

Arabic

Nhucha

Star

Aboriginal

Norma

The standard or norm

Latin

Nova

New

Latin

Orion

Dweller on the mountain

Greek

Phoenix

Dark red

Greek

Pisces

The Fish

Latin

Sagittarius

The Archer

Latin

Seren

Star

Welsh

Sidra

Of the stars

Latin

Star

English

Staria
Starla

Persian

Starlee
Starlena

English

Starlene

English

Starlet
Starletta

English

Starley
Starlyn

English

Starr

English

Starri
Starrlen
Stella

Celestial star

Latin

Suhana

Name of a star

Arabic

Surayyah

Star

Arabic

Talitha

Little girl

Aramaic

Tania

Giant

Russian

Tara

Hill; star

Indian (Sanskrit)

Theta

People

German

Twyla

French

Vela

Vigilant, Watchful

Spanish

Xing

Star

Chinese

Yoomee

Star

Native American

Zaniah

Corner

Arabic

Zavijah

Most Knowledge

Arabic

Zeta

Olive

Hebrew

Zosma

Enzone

Arabic

Finding a stunning name is as easy as looking up at the night sky. That’s right; we’re talking star names for girls. These sparkling monikers have enchanted parents for generations with their ever-burning beauty. Let’s look to the heavens and see what we find together.

Star itself makes for an impressive name, though most parents seem to prefer it for the middle name slot. If she’s a little too obvious, her sisters Starla and Starlyn are certainly special and trendy, too. These work well within the word name craze yet aren’t too out there.

Actual star names make for stunning star girl names, too. There’s everyone’s favorite Andromeda, a dramatic Greek name with a long mythological history and plenty of nickname potential. Gemini, Libra, and Aries are popular choices too, with an astrological twist to boot. For a more mainstream pick, try Carina or Lyra. These are two we have our eye on for growth, as they check off a few style boxes of those toward the top of the charts.

Most parents simply opt for a star meaning for their chosen star girl names, which is just as awesome. Stella and Estella are usually the go-to names when people think of star meanings. Meaning “celestial star,” these stunners are pleasing in sound and styling. Not only are the star names, but they’re also vintage, an in-demand trend on the charts today. We’re suckers for meaning here, so we’re head over heels for Itzel, a Spanish beauty meaning “star of the Aurora sky.” If you also love the sea, check out Mariam, Mariella, and Maritza, each meaning “star of the sea.” Gorgeous, right?

Star names for girls are timeless in their own right, though some rise and fall in popularity. Today there’s Nova rising fast, while yesterday there was Estelle. Whichever star girl names are on top, they will shine brightly.