When Shakespeare said that what’s in a name, he, for sure, did not have to struggle through the ordeal of finding the exact perfect name for his baby. Names carry with them certain peculiar characteristics which we by virtue of obviousness attribute to the name holder. Just like religion, caste and ethnicity, your name becomes an accident of birth as it is not something that you choose. It is what your parents or relatives choose for you. Some people do go on to change their names as they grow older, but that percentage of people is not too high. You often get stuck with the name you were born with.
There are numerous bodies of astrology and/or numerology who strongly believe in the power of a name in creating or determining the characteristic traits of a person. Even if you are a non-believer, there is no one who would not want to unique name for themselves or their kids.
Here, we bring to you a list of 140 such unique names for girls that ooze with lexical beauty, along with their detailed meaning.
Zubeida, the name speaks volumes about excellence and high hills. With a name as powerful and enchanting as this, one may rest assured of achieving the beauteous excellence of the highest of hills in their lives as well.
A name which itself means ornamentation and beauty can never be one that can be or should be avoided when talking about beautiful names. It has a nice and delicate yet stern touch to it, which makes it all the more special.
Yes, there is more to Zara than being just a label’s name. It means princess and has Hebrew/Arabic roots. The name is quite a favourite amongst many people and rightly so.
Whoever associated femininity with being delicate and delicate alone, may want to have a look at this kickass name. It means a grey battle, or an intense battle. With the fights that women need to take head on even in the 21st century, this name would just be the ever present stem of solidarity and strength.
Zephyra is a Greek name and if you are one of those old school poetry lovers, this name would not disappoint you. It means ‘of the west wind’.
The Russian name means young. Its Latin counterpart is Julia, so you may choose whichever you want to. The name is bound to leave the person in a youthful state, even if only for the sake of her name.
Ysabelle is an Italian mean which means consecrated to God. Numerology says that the people with this name tend to be more compassionate and loving in nature. We are sure these are qualities which anybody would love to have or rather, should have.
Yasmine is an Arabic name. It literaly means the jasmine flower. The flower, as we all know it, symbolises calmness and balance; same goes for the name.
Yamini means night. It is a Sanskrit/Hindu name and is quite popular in South Asia. The name resonates with tranquility and serenity of night.
Yashaswini is a Sanskrit/Hindu name quite common in India and surrounding nations. The name comes off as a heavy duty one meaning glorious and successful.
An Urdu name, Wafa, means loyalty and faithfulness. Like the language itself, the name too has an old soul charm to it. It oozes with enigmatic charm and one thing’s for sure, any person with this name won’t be subjected to doubt quite often. Courtesy, their name!
Willow is actually the name of a tree, immortalised by Shakespeare in his play Othello through the Willow-song. Willow trees are known for their resilience and grace. It is then quite obvious that these qualities will get reflected in the person carrying this name forth.
The Muslim name means sole and single. It represents the ultimate strength and courage of a person who can stand all by herself in times of distress, without any outside support, if need be. Who wouldn’t love such a powerful name?
Wahenoor is a name usually attributed to Sikhism. It translates to the Grace of God and is kept after the Sikh term ‘Waheguru’, which is used to denote the Sikh guru, the Ultimate One. With aspects of ultimate spirituality attached, who could avoid this name?
Welma is primarily a German name. It means resolute. In some regions, the name is also said to mean famous!
This name is an extremely rare one and some sources claim that less than 0.001% of the world’s population has this name. It can still be found pervading continents and regions due to its neutral etymology. It is derived from the musical instrument ‘violin’ and just like its melodious tunes, the name sounds the same.
Once again, a quite uncommon name, Violet refers to a happy girl. It gives off the ecstatic joyousness that is associated with the colour of the same name.
The name with its roots in a saint’s name, one can almost hear the church bells ring. It means alive and is derived from the Italian root ‘vivus’.
A Latin name, Valentia literally means brave. It is a perfect choice for the strong willed and courageous ones.
How amazing would it be to share your name with the Goddess of Love, Venus herself! It has the much required warmth and compassion in it which is needed in today’s society.
Primarly a French name, Vida represents Victory and Life.
Udantika is a Hindu name which is extremely uncommon. It means satisfaction.
If Sufism is something that swipes you off your feet or lays you in peaceful air, as mystics would will, then Ulfa should be the perfect choice. It implies love, friendship, and romance.
An Islamic name, it refers to someone noble and of high stature.
Beautiful, passionate and enchanting is what this name implies and one cannot stress enough on its lexical beauty enough!
What can be more wonderful than sharing the name with the Goddess of Astronomy herself? Urbi refers to immortality and unending vastness.
If chastity and purity are virtues you abide by, then this is your pick as it means the same.
Taka finds its roots in Japanese language and culture, meaning tall and honourable.
The Greeks and Hebrews get it exactly right when it comes to heaven. This name comes from the same roots and means dew in heaven or being near water.
Well, there is more to Tatum than Channing. The name means light-hearted. A nice name, indeed.
Tabassum is an Arabic/Urdu name which primarily means beautiful. It comes with a gorgeous nickname too, Tabu.
Again an Arabic name, Sabirah means patient. You would certainly love your child more if she is patient.
A Danish name, Saffi means wisdom. It has varied spellings such as Sophie, Safie, Sofie.
The world went crazy after Suri Cruise’s fashion statements. But, look at the very name. It is Persian and refers to a red rose.
Italians get it right when it comes to worshipping. The name here means sacred and pure. Heavy duty!
The name sounds elaborate and why should it not when it means wise in Irish.
We often stress upon the importance of companionship to our kids. The name Rafika fits perfectly then as it means friend in Arabic
Ifwanderlust is one of your main keywords in life, then Rahele should be your child’s name. It means a traveller.
A highly uncommon name, Raine has Teutonic roots and means strong.
The ultimate symbol of strength and power, Raven is a beautiful name which is the name of a bird too.
All hail the queen! If that is how you want to bring up your queen in utter flamboyance, go for this one.
A melodious name which refers to the Indian classical music, Raaga is indeed a unique choice.
Which parent would not want to forma bond with their child? For that, start off with naming your baby girl Rabita which means a bond, link and nexus between two.
Not many names start with Q, but those that do are unavoidable. This one here means pretty smile and is a Chinese name.
An Arabic name, Qamari refers to something moonlike.
If you wish your baby girl to grow into a strong woman, name her Qadriyyah, which means that.
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An enchanting name indeed, Qurratul Ayn or Qurratulain means a delightful darling.
Quanda is an American name which means a companion.
How amazing would it be if you wished for a unique name and found out that the name itself meant different and unique.
An inquisitive mind is the best mind, say all the brilliant achievers. It would thus be but amazing that you name your child Questa, which has French origins and means a searcher.
A decent and gorgeous name, Preity means loving and has Sanskrit roots.
Pritisha is a Sanskrit name which means lovable and dear ones.
A child is certainly the purest soul and naming them Pristine would definitely be an apt choice.
Parisa is an Arabic name which means like a fairy.
How glorious would a name be if it were that of Roman Goddess. It means peace.
Name the glowing charm of your life after a word which means Pearl in the ever enigmatic Greek language.
Having a holy name always gives off soothing vibes and Pia, meaning pious, would do exactly that.
No, we don’t mean chilli. It means giver and has Hawaiian roots.
It is a no brainer that all kids love to smile and we love seeing them smile. Having a name which means smile would just add to the pleasure.
Oraida is a name with Persian origins and means eloquent.
An enthralling name, Oba refers to the river goddess in African culture.
With roots in Hebrew, Ohanna means gracious gift of god which your child certainly is.
For all the lovers of Michelangelo and Picasso out there, Ovia is the best bet as it means a painting, a beautiful drawing, and an artist.
Blessing your child with a name which itself means blessed or holy sounds like a good plan. It has German roots.
A very unique name, Olesia is of Polish origin. It is used for a person who is the defender of humankind.
You can expect all the warm and fuzzies in the air when you call out this name which means love. It has English roots.
Nikita is a Russian name which means Earth or victorious. A serene yet strong name.
Babies have eyes that twinkle. What better way to adore them than naming your child after that? Niyonika is an Indian name which means one with expressive eyes.
With quite a few Hollywood actors sharing this name, Natalie is a charming favourite, which means Christmas Day.
Every parent wants their child to have the courage to face every wrong with determination. This German name is a good choice then as it means the courage of a bear in German.
Nayeli is quite a unique name and means highness/grace.
The name with English roots, it means light and would complement your baby aptly who is a light in your life.
Nina is a Native American name which has the meaning of strong and powerful.
Parents never get tired of praising their children and here comes the name for it, Madiha. It means praiseworthy.
Madie is a name which means tower and can become of symbolic significance in your and your child’s dreams for life. The name has French origins.
A name with Celtic roots, Maeve means intoxicating.
Native American name Mahwa means beautiful. It is highly unique and unheard.
Maisie has a lovely meaning, that of pearl. It has Scottish roots.
A distortion of ‘ma belle’, Mabel has French roots and implies my fair lady or lovely woman.
Your baby girl is the queen of your heart. Why not name her the same? Malika is an Arabic word which is used to refer to a queen.
Margaux is a name with French roots and has the calming meaning of pearl.
Sometimes, the most obvious names get sidelined. Love is one such name. Why not go ahead and grab on to it?
A Greek name Larissa, is bound to bring a smile onto your face as it means cheerful. Happy vibes, guaranteed.
Derived from Sanskrit, Leela refers to any playful person or activity. A perfect name for a child.
If you wish to instill spark in the life of your baby girl right from birth, name her Levina, an English name meaning flash or lightning.
Having a name which means the essentially beautiful ornament usually worn by women, earring is an extremely unique and charming choice. The name is from Hindi language.
An embodiment of love in your life, name your child Lalitya for it means grace and loveliness.
An extremely rare name, Leysa is of Ukrainian origin. It implies defender of humans. More power to your baby girl.
Why should one restrict oneself to English or French only when it comes to choosing baby names? Go for omething not so common like the Polynesian word Lana which means to float.
Lamia is usually considered a unisex name which means brilliance and shining.
A name which has roots both in Vietnamese and Italian culture cannot be devoid of warmth and comfort. The name means friend.
A Japanese name, Kaede is perfect for the autumn babies as it refers to a maple leaf.
For those who want highly exclusive names for their babies with an enchanting touch to them may opt for Kailey, a name which has Arabic roots and means unusual itself.
Give your baby girl more strength by naming her Kacey, an Irish name which means eagle eyed.
Kiara is an extremely vivacious and new name which means one with dark hair.
Naming one’s daughter after Lord Krishna of Hinduism can always be a nice option as he is often looked at as a protector of women.
Why not delve deep into the Buddhist and Hindu spiritual realm of karma and name your child after it?
A Hindi name, Kajal literally translates to kohl. Could it be more gorgeous? We doubt!
Jomily is a fairly unique name meaning one send by God. It has Latin roots.
Literally meaning birth of someone popular and famous, Jayanti is a Hindi name which has its roots in Sanskrit.
An Urdu word, Jaan is used as a term of endearment, which can roughly be translated to life or soul. Beautiful, isn’t it?
An African name, Jahara refers to a lovely beauty, which is your daughter, right?
Jaiden is an American name which stands for all things American: strong and powerful.
A melodious name, Janine can be traced to Hebrew roots. And just like your baby girl is, this name also means gift from God.
The Latin name Jude became quite a rage when it was used by Pink Floyd in their songs. It means young.
Jahida has Arabic origins and is used to refer to a person who helps the vulnerable.
Ilma is an Urdu name which is derived from the word ‘ilm’ which means knowledge. Ilma, further means knowledgeable.
An Urdu name again, Ibadat is one which rings all the bells of piety. Ibadat implies the act of worshiping.
An extremely uncommon name and quite difficult to pronounce too, Ilisapesi has Tonga roots and means the blessed one.
Iffat is a name which means as good as it sounds, purity. It has roots in the Urdu language.
Ijabo has African origins and means hope.
Haiku is a Japanese form of short poetry which literally means ‘to utter’. A perfect name for the lovers of literature.
A nice and short name, Hana has dual roots, both in Hebrew and Japanese which means flower or blossom.
The name Harper was earlier meant for boys but since the author Harper Lee came into limelight, it gained more and more popularity. For all the lit-wiz out there, Harper would be a perfect name for their baby girls, specially when Harper Lee has recently passed away and this was, you may commemorate your favourite author.
This is a really new name which means a safe place.
Gael is an English name which means joyful and we are certain that it would bring the same in your lives, too.
A baby’s laugh is absolutely infectious and we have no qualms with it. Then, why not name her Gelasia, which means one who is predisposed to laughter.
For all the nature lovers out there, Gavi means forest in Malayalam.
Firdaus has Persian/Arabic roots and means Paradise, a state which your baby girl has made your day-to-day life.
An Urdu name, Farah means joy or cheerfulness.
Kids love stories and naming them after a word which means story is a great idea indeed.
Ekko is the word from which the contemporary word ‘echo’ has been derived. It means sound and has Greek roots.
Edria is a Hebrew name which means mighty.
Every child is a chosen one and naming them Eleta, which means the chosen one in Latin.
A child is often said to depart a certain sense of direction and path to her parents’ lives. Why not name her Disha then, a Hindu name which means direction or path.
Damara refers to a gentle soul and has Biblical references.
A child lights up your life. Danika becomes a perfect choice then as it refers to the morning star and has Slavic roots.
For those who love fame and everything paparazzi, Demas, a name with Greek roots should be the go-to option as it means popular.
Cairi is a Japanese name which means loyal.
A Welsh name, Ceridwen implies a person who is blessed or poetry! So beautiful.
Cinnamon, a spice, is known for its sweet and spicy balance. Naming your kid after it would ensure that they have a balanced personality.
A name with Arabian roots, Bahira means dazzling, as dazzling as your baby girl’s eyes are.
A smiling baby is always the best baby. Basimah is an Arabic name which means smiling.
Russian for squirrel, Belka is a chirpy and cheerful name for your baby girl.
Bertrun is a highly uncommon name which means the shining secret in German.
Badiha has Arabic roots and means insightful. A deep name for deep souls.
Alijah is a Biblical name which means the Lord is my God.
Naming one’s daughter after the pop sensation Adele, which means noble, is a great option in today’s date.
Atyasha refers to a person who is fun loving and is expressive in nature, exactly the kind of chirpy people whom the world loves. It has Sanskrit roots.
Why don’t you go ahead and name your daughter after one of the most prominent and renowned feminist poet icons the world has observed, Adrienne Rich? Sounds like a plan, indeed.
A name in Malayalam language, Athira means strong, powerful and wealthy: exactly the kind of things you want for your child.
So, that was a detailed list of names for your baby girl. Go ahead, pick your favourite and get the naming started with all the gorgeousness and charm around.
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