100 Unique Girls Names and Meanings
Picking the perfect name with the perfect meaning for a new baby girl, character, or even pen name can be hard. Finding something you love that has meaning and isn’t just your run-of-the-mill name can end in hour searches on the internet and in name books. Lucky for you, this 100 unique baby girl names list eliminates the hours of searching! Enjoy.
Latin for sunrise
Simply means harp player.
This name comes from the Gaelic language and means “little dark one”, however, in Russia it apparently means “light”, and in Greek it means “ruler.” So dealers pick if you name your child Kira.
Coming from the Greek name Andrea, Drea means “courageous” or “daring.”
In the English language, Audie means “of Nobel strength” or “old friend.”
The meaning of this name really made me kind of laugh and like this name even more. Apparently Mika is distinctive to Americans and means “the knowing raccoon.”
Comes from the name Griselda that originated in Germany, means “dark battle” or “fighting in the dark.”
Latin for “promise of god” or Italian and Latin words for beauty.
Ava (biblical girl names)
In a biblical sense, this name means, “living” or “breathing.” In Latin, it means “bird.”
Is a Greek name that means, “born of Zeus.” Zeus is a god in Greek Mythology, but Zena has more meanings including “welcoming” and “friendly.”
The female version of “prophet.”
Is short for Beatrice, and means “voyager” in Latin.
This is German for “leader of the tribe.”
In English, this name means “powerfully courageous.” Emery with an “e” is German.
Is Latin for “queen.”
Means “water spirits” in German mythology.
“Divine strength,” or “divine beauty.” Either way you take it your child will surely be divine.
After the beautiful poppy flower!
Latin for “Invaluable.”
Latin for “caring.” Sweat and simple names like this tend to stand out because they flow off the tongue so easy.
Is actually a male or female name that means “long life.”
Greek for “bright and pure.”
Means “tile maker.” Typically this is viewed exclusively as a boys name, which makes it even more unique for little girls.
Is another Greek name that means “defender of man.”
This is the American name for a baby deer.
Means “wealthy.” Which could mean anything from wealthy in love, beauty, or eventually even money.
Hadassah (bible girl names)
If you’re looking for biblical names for girls, Hadassah is a beautiful biblical name that means “compassion.”
Latin for “love and desire,” and this typically associated with the planet, but the magic, power, and mystery this name carries with it isn’t like any other.
Can be a little girl or boys name. It comes from Ireland and means “wise” or “reasonable.”
Spin on Ava, Ova is Latin and means “from a little egg.”
Was popular decades ago, but names are in constant cycle of coming in and out of style. Velma is thought to be a variation of the name Wilhelmina, which means “will to protect” in German.
Is Bulgarian, and means “heaven.”
Can be translated in to several different languages meaning “white, or Radiant” “flower,” and “flowering.”
Latin for like a flower.
Is very well known now because of the Hunger Games movies and books! Beyond representing one of the characters, it is Latin for “first rose.”
This is sounds like a fun person’s name. Tilly is German for “powerful and mighty in battle.”
Is Latin “honor.” This name implies powerful, brave, and smart.
For the beautiful Willow Tree.
Burnt wood or burnt meadow. The meaning is a bit strange but this might be name you go with simply for the sound.
Yes, we had to use another character from the Hunger Games. But think about how cute it is! It means “good speaker.”
“Helpful woman.” The mystery and almost illusion that comes when you say this name outloud makes this name that much more unique.
Latin for “happy.”
A stone used in history that is said to have the power to attract love.
Another plant, unfortunately it doesn’t have a super cute meaning. But the Aspen tree has heart shaped leaves!
Is 9 times out of 10 a boys name, but again, boys names make for unique girls names.
Red or Scarlet. Both colors are often associated with beautiful women.
Is a tree, but also refers to the color, like eyes.
“Pearl” or “Child of Life”
“Victory.” Picturing a little girl named Ronnie with her hair in braids playing with her dolls makes this a pretty great girls, even though it is a boys name.
“One who Hears.”
A 17th-century name which means in Latin “Myrrh”.
Another beautiful flower.
Short for twilight.
This is simply a river in nature. But rivers in nature are free flowing, and usually very peaceful.
Is a jewel that has a rainbow of colors. Just search for images of Opal and you will see why this is such a beautiful and unique name.
Means “little rock.” This could imply a great meaning of even though she’s small, she is tough.
The band… just kidding. Journey as a name is so beautiful.
This is a popular hispanic name that refers to the precious metal.
Is Roman for “ancient.” Now don’t think of ancient in a bad way, think of an ancient beauty or intelligence passed down through your family.