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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Reese

Enthusiasm

Welsh

Morgan

Circling sea

Welsh

Brynn

Hilled area

Welsh

Gwendolyn

Blessed ring

Welsh

Meredith

Great, noted ruler

Welsh

Cecelia

Blind; sixth

Welsh

Dylan

Great tide

Welsh

Megan

Pearl

Welsh

Kendra

Greatest champion

Welsh

Winnie

Fair one; white and smooth, soft; happiness; holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace; first-born daughter; fair, pure

Welsh

Kenna

Greatest champion

Welsh

Gwen

Fair, white, blessed, holy

Welsh

Guinevere

Fair one; white, smooth, soft

Welsh

Meghan

Pearl

Welsh

Kenia

Greatest champion

Welsh

Winifred

Holy, blessed reconciliation; joy, peace

Welsh

Rhiannon

Great queen, or goddess

Welsh

Cambria

The people

Welsh

Gwyneth

Happiness

Welsh

Arwen

Muse

Welsh

Bryn

Hill, mount

Welsh

Mari

Sea of bitterness

Welsh

Rhyan

Great queen, or goddess

Welsh

Elin

Sun ray, shining light

Welsh

Cecily

Blind; sixth

Welsh

Travel to the coastal country of Wales with Welsh girl names. Bursting at the seams with history and beauty, these long-loved names are timeless treasures. Come explore them with us.

Now, you may not know it, but many names you already know and love are Welsh in origin. In fact, some of today’s top picks are Welsh girl names. They also tend to be unisex, a favorite trend that continues to rock the baby name charts. First up is Reese, a short and sweet pick with Hollywood ties thanks to a certain smiley actress. Then there is Morgan and her tomboyish friend Dylan. To browse Welsh girl names in order of popularity, just select the sort by popularity option. You can pick between the most recent U.S. baby name chart or all-time popularity.

Classic Welsh girl names are plentiful too, with the polished pick Meredith still very much a head turner. Gwendolyn has an enchanted feel, along with Cecelia, a gorgeous name with the adorable nickname of Cece up her sleeve. For a spin on Gwendolyn, you could try out Gwenyth, who, like Reese, also has Hollywood connections. We love Winifred and Cecily too as classic picks.

For a more modern take on Welsh girl names, there’s Megan and her variant Meghan. These are two beauts helped in the popularity department thanks to Meghan Markle. Her meaning of “pearl” helps too, along with her association to Margaret, making her a great option to honor a loved one with the name. Brynn and Elin are also very modern in sound, and we’d love to see them used more often.

You can also go vintage with Welsh girl names, which work well within today’s top names. Winnie is our top pick here, as this grandma-chic cutie is too precious for words. Lynette also has us head over heels in love, as her Lyn- start can honor many names and her meaning of “nymph” perfectly fits a beautiful baby girl.

If rare names are your cup of tea, you’re in for a gold mine with Welsh girl names. Many have us swooning, like Arwen, a unique name meaning “muse.” We see loads of potential for Cambria, too, as she fits in well with Cameron and has many popular nicknames to choose from, like Cami and Bree. Guinevere is another rare name that rocks our world, as she sounds like she’s ready to take on whatever adventure life throws her way. To browse rare Welsh girl names, just click the surprise me button. This will list Welsh girl names in a randomized option. You can note baby name chart ranking to the right.

Of course, the meanings behind Welsh girl names are our favorite aspect of them. Carys is a knockout with her precious meaning “love.” We also love Seren’s “star,” for the newest star in your life. You can go bold with Rhiannon’s “great queen” and Kendra’s “greatest champion,” or you can opt for something soft with Tirien’s “kind” or Eilir’s “butterfly.” With Welsh girl names, there’s no shortage of fantastic meanings.

Whatever you find, it’s sure to be beautiful with Welsh girl names.