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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Deona

Valley; church leader

English

Tamzin

A diminutive form of Thomasa.

English

Teree

English

Brandyn

English

Perrianne

English

Devo

De-evolution

English

Braylee

Combination of the names BRAY and LEE

English

Marrilin

English

More

Great

English

Chellsie

Chalk landing place

English

Annabelle

Lovable and graceful

English

Faren

Adventurous

English

Edeena

English

Loveday

Love, affection

English

Raylene

English

Miracle

Divine act

English

Mayes

Servant or child of Matthew

English

Malvie

Smooth brow

English

Claribel

Bright; beautiful

English

March

Month of March or Walk in Unison

English

Brandilynne

English

Lyndsie

Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees

English

Linsay

Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees

English

Ametta

Modern variant of Amold.

English

Brandalynn

English

Like a primrose, English girl names are blossoming in their beauty. Their versatility takes them from the royal throne to the countryside with ease, making them some of the most popular names in history. They offer a garden of potential, whether you’re seeking a well-known blossom or a rare pick that stands out. Come explore some of our English girl name collection with us.

Several of today’s top choices are English in origin, including Harper, Avery, and Madison. These aren’t much of a surprise to see on top, as they follow trends that have brewed for years. Harper is an occupational pick, a group that is exploding in popularity for boys, while Avery and Madison are unisex names–a trend that has continually dominated the girls’ scene. These names are hot, hot, hot–and their spike has been meteoric on the charts. Peyton, Emersyn, and Everly are names in this group we’re watching for another leap in popularity.

English girl names can be on the serious side, with the vintage monikers Evelyn and Eleanor two ongoing favorites in playgroups. They have a laced-up feel due to the formal nature of the Victorian era when they reigned in popularity, giving them an allure to history buffs especially. They can be dressed up or down, with the mature Margaret easily relaxed with the playful Maggie or the edgy Margo. For something a little rarer, try out Georgia, for the tomboy nickname Georgie, or check out Mildred, whose nickname Millie is beloved far and wide.

English girl names can also be fun and light, as seen in Ellie, Lucy, and Kaylee. They’re well-suited for a tea party and have just as much energy as the little one they may become. The -lee suffix itself has a girlish feel to it, with Kinsley, Hadley, and Brynlee feeling right at home on a little princess with the world at her fingertips. Like more formal names, you can also seek a sweet English girl name with a proper side, like Gracelyn, whose nickname of Gracie is dainty, or Evangeline, who has a treasure trove of nickname options.

Word names are plentiful among English girl names, so you’re in luck if you’re someone seeking something non-traditional. Floral names make up most English word names, including Lily, Rose, and Violet. Similarly, botanical names appear like Ivy, Willow, and Briar. Our favorite group is colorful names, including Sienna and Scarlet. With word names, the sky is truly the limit. Try out a virtue name like Faith or Honor, or explore the glimmering glamor of gemstone names like Ruby and Jade.

Don’t be afraid to be different, either. Many stunning English girl names hide down on the charts, making them ideal for parents looking for something rare. There’s Colby, a unisex charmer with sass, as well as Sparrow, Embry, and Edie, to name a few. These mesh well with current trends, and there are many more waiting.

Discover your next favorite among our collection of English girl names.