200 Christian Baby Girl Names With Meanings

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The day is finally here! Your little princess is finally born. As parents, you probably went through many baby name books, scoured the Internet for unique names and its meanings. But nothing satisfied you, right? A name is one of the greatest gifts that your baby will carry for the rest of her life. So, you have to choose the best one for her. We’ve prepared an extensive list of the most unique, beautiful and meaningful Christian names for your little girl.

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Unique Christian Baby Girl Names That Stand Out

As Indians, we tend to rely on traditional and Biblical names for our children! Well, new parents here is your chance to change the game! These uncommon baby girl names will break the stereotypical names and make your daughter stand out.

Aasta Love
Aayla Top of the mountain
Abai The Nile River
Abmel Hopeful
Adah Hebrew for ‘an assembly’
Addilyn German for noble
Adley Judicious in Hebrew
Adriel Hebrew for ‘flock of God’
Agnes Pure, Chaste, Holy, Goddess of Mary
Alima Intelligent, Wise, Cultured, Strong
Analia Spanish for grace
Ancy Beautiful of All
Atarah Hebrew for a crown
Bexley English term for ‘Box trees and woodland clearings’
Brea Irish for hill
Britta Swedish for strong
Calla Greek for beautiful
Cora Greek for maiden
Danica Slavic for ‘morning star’
Delaney dark challenger
Diem Latin for day
Dinah Hebrew for avenged
Elora English for ‘God gives the laurel’; a crown of victory
Ember English for ‘smouldering remains of a fire’
Esta Someone from the east.
Estefana Someone crowned with laurels
Estelia Star
Estelita Bright sparkling stars.
Eternity Infinity or forever.
Eton An old river town
Eve To breathe
Farah Arabic for joy
Fleur French for blooming
Gali Hebrew for fountain
Gianna Hebrew for ‘God’s grace’
Harlyn English for ‘grey land’
Hartley English for ‘deer meadow’
Imogen Irish for innocent
Ina Irish for ‘Christian queen’
Jaelyn Hebrew for ambitious
Joslyn Latin for cheerful
Kaia Greek for Earth
Leona Latin for ‘like a lion’
Lilith Hebrew for ‘spirit of the night’
Makena African for ‘a happy one’
Mary Wished for child
Mireya Admired, Miracle
Nimah Hebrew for blessing
Oda German for Elfin Spear
Oriana Latin for rising
Paisley Scottish for church
Pandora Greek for all gifted
Quinn Celtic for wise
Rayna Hebrew for pure
Remi French for oarsman
Sena This world’s beauty or grace, army, bringing heaven to earth, goddess of the moon, blessed
Seraphina Hebrew for fiery winged
Thea Greek for Goddess
Ulani Polynesian for cheerful
Valentina Latin for brave; strong
Weylyn Celtic for the son of the wolf
Yanet Hebrew for merciful
Yvette French for archer
Zariah Arabic for blooming flower
Zuri Swahili for beautiful

List of Modern Christian Baby Girl Names

Keeping tradition and customs in mind, we generally go for common and old names. The Bible, The Old Testament, and The New Testament are the sources for these names. But, worry not because we’ve got you 65 special and modern girls name just for your little one!

Aamanda One who is much loved
Aamber Resembling the jewel ; a warm honey color
Aaria A beautiful melody
Abarrane Hebrew for ‘father of many’
Adelaide German for ‘noble and kind’
Amora Spanish for love
Belcia Pretty
Belinah Spanish for ‘one who brings wisdom’
Beny Blessed
Beth God is My Oath, House of God, Form of Elizabeth, House, God’s Promise
Bianca Italian for white
Bina A Musical Instrument, Freshness, Harmonious, Melodious
Brielle French for ‘of God’
Cady Simple Happiness, Hillock, A Rhythmic Flow of Sounds, Pure
Carly Free Woman, Caring to All, Form of Caroline, Womanly
Cassandra Greek for a prophetess
Catalina Spanish for pure
Cate Innocent; Diminutive Form of Katherine; Pure
Celeste Latin for heavenly
Celia Blind, Form of Cecilia, Heavenly, Divine
Dahlia Scandinavian for ‘from the valley’
Daicy Knowledgeable
Daisy Eye of the Day, Flower Name, Day’s Eye
Davina Hebrew for cherished
Dency Strength, Determination, Cute
Diana Latin for divine
Dolie Beautiful; Doll
Eden Hebrew for delight
Elena Greek for ‘shining light’
Estella Latin for star
Faedra Greek for bright
Faith Latin for loyalty
Gailyn Old English for lively
Giselle German for pledge
Halsey English for ‘from Hal’s island’
Hannah Hebrew for merciful
Ibbie Spanish for beautiful
Isadora Greek for feminine
Isla Spanish for ‘devoted to God’
Jael Hebrew for ‘one who ascends’
Kaylee Greek for pure
Laili Hebrew for nightfall
Lillian Latin for ‘elegant flower’; a symbol of purity and beauty
Maddalena German for magnificent
Makara Greek for blessed
Maven Hebrew for ‘one who understands’
Miriam Hebrew for rebellion
Naava Hebrew for beautiful
Olive Latin for beauty
Olivia Spanish for ‘symbol of peace’
Paloma Spanish for dove
Paula Latin for little
Phoebe Greek for sparkling
Presley English for ‘Priest’s meadow’
Quinnley Gaelic for wisdom
Raelyn Scottish for grace
Rhiannon Welsh for ‘great queen’
Sarai Hebrew for ‘my princess’
Talia Greek for blooming
Tori English for triumphant
Udela Anglo-Saxon for wealthy
Violet Italian for flower
Wren Welsh for a ruler
Yaffit Hebrew for beautiful
Zada Arabic for fortunate; Huntress

Latest Christian Baby Girl Names

Parents have now started to even modify and tweak existing names to make it sound unique or cool. With Christian names, the best thing is that they never run out of fashion!  Adding an extra letter or changing the way a name is spelt while retaining the original meaning of the name is the latest trend that you can now adopt! Here are some stylish names for your baby girl.

Aariel Hebrew for a ‘lion of God’
Allegra Italian for cheerful; lively
Bambi Italian for ‘little girl’
Beata German for blessed
Beryl Greek for ‘a jewel’
Caitlyn Irish for pure
Callista Spanish for ‘the most beautiful’
Charity Latin for dear
Dara Cambodian for star
Dariann Latin for ‘a gift’
Deeana English for divine
Elina Pure, Intelligent, Brilliant
Eliza The Chosen, Unique, Precious
Farah Persian for beautiful
Flora Flower, The Goddess of Flower, Form of Florence, Blooming
Frances Latin for a ‘free one’
Fruma Hebrew for ‘one who is religious’
Gabriella Hebrew for ‘devoted to God’
Gilda Celtic for ‘serves God’
Hadara Hebrew for ‘bedecked in beauty’
Happy Cheerful, Joyful
Heeral Lustrous, Wealthy, Diamond, Rain
Hellena Greek for light
Hope Old English for expectations
Hosanna Keep, Preserve, Deliver us, A Prayer
Jaime The Sun, She who Supplants, Supplanter
Jami Scottish for ‘a beautiful woman’
Jen White Wave, Fair Phantom, Fair, White and Smooth, Person
Jennifer Fair one, Pure and yielding, White wave
Jessi Beauty, Gods Gift, Courageous
Jolie Lovely; Pretty; Cheerful
Juli Youthful, Jove’s Child, Youth, Downy Bearded, Beauty
Juliana Latin for youthful
Kaara Latin, Irish, and Gaelic for ‘one who is pure’
Kaira Sweet, Peaceful, Pure, Unique, Kindness
Kat Pure; Form of Catherine; Cat
Keonna Polynesian for ‘God’s gracious gift’
Kitty Cuie, Pure, Little Cat, Form of Catherine
Lainey Greek for the torch; bright light
Linda Pretty
Luciann Italian for ‘surrounded by light’
Maaria Latin for ‘star of the sea’
Michal Hebrew for ‘resembling God’
Nancy Favor, Grace
Nina Hebrew for grace
Odette French for wealthy
Pricilla Latin for venerable; ancient
Quintessa Latin for an essence
Rapheala Hebrew for ‘divine Healer’
Richelle French for the ‘brave ruler’
Rikki Powerful Ruler, Power, Female Version of Eric, Ruler Forever, Rich
Saara Finish for ‘a princess’
Sanica True Beauty
Shiloh Hebrew for ‘his gift’
Siona Welsh for stars
Sofia Greek for Wisdom
Tabetha Hebrew for ‘beauty and grace’
Tina Latin for ‘follower of the Christ’
Tori English for conqueror
Trinna Scandinavian for pure
Udele Anglo-Saxon for prosperous
Valerie French for powerful
Varda Hebrew for pose
Viviane French for ‘full of life’
Wendi English for ‘one who is fair’
Winn English for a friend
Yovela Hebrew for ‘full of joy’
Zaira Irish for a princess
Zephrine English for the breeze
Ziva Bright, radiant

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Tips for Choosing the Best Name for your Baby Girl

All the members of the family share their favourite names when it comes to naming a baby girl. You need to consider every name option because this is what your daughter will live with for the rest of her life. It’s not easy when naming your child as you’re looking at Indian Christian names or English names with a good meaning. So, keep this tips in mind when selecting a name for your princess.

  • Family names or ancestral names are always a good idea.
  • Go for a name with a rhyme or a name that has a musical touch to it. For example, Sarah Jessica Parker has a good ring to it.
  • Naming your little baby girl after your favourite celebrity, your role model or really powerful people are a big trend in the baby naming business. So, you can go ahead with this idea too!
  • Surnames play a big role while naming your child. Some parents like to begin the first name with the same letter as that of the surname. Make sure her name sounds good with the surname.
  • Mother Nature is always a good source to turn to name your daughter. You could name your baby after a flower, a tree, or even a season.
  • Mythology and historical scriptures are another treasure trunk of names with beautiful meanings. So, if you like mythology, you sure have a good name in mind, don’t you?

Naming your baby girl isn’t as daunting as it may sound. In fact, it is an enthralling experience that you as a parent would go through! You will have a lot of opinions, but you would always know what is best for your daughter!

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