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30 Stunning Girls Names

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My “namer ears” are always open in public to parents calling for their children. I recently heard a Mom call for her little Lucia in the market and I thought to myself that name is stunning. Little Lucia inspired this list of stunning names for your stunning little girl!

Rising Beauties
Here are 10 gorgeous names moving up in popularity

Athena
Current Ranking: #117
In Greek mythology Athena was the daughter of Zeus.

Cora
Current Ranking: #73
Another beautiful Greek name, Cora means maiden.

Eloise
Current Ranking: #167
Eloise is a french name from the name Heloise, meaning healthy and wide.

Freya
Current Ranking: #266
A Norse goddess name Freya means noble woman.

Leilani
Current Ranking: 120
One of the most widely-used Hawaiian names, Leilani means heavenly flower.

Magnolia
Current Ranking: 314
A beautiful french flower name, Magnolia means Magnol’s flower.

Matilda
Current Ranking: 489
Matilda is a German name meaning mighty in battle.

Ophelia
Current Ranking: 373
Ophelia is a tragic Shakespearean character name as well as a Greek name meaning help.

Sylvie
Current Ranking: 897
A French form of Sylvia, Sylvie means from the forest.

Willa
Current Ranking: 384
A feminine form of William meaning resolute protection.

Rare Beauties
These 10 uncommon names are not ranked in the U.S. Top 1,000

Arianwen
Welsh meaning white, fair, and blessed.

Audrina
A variation of Audrey meaning noble strength.

Calista
This Greek name means most beautiful.

Cressida
Another great Greek name, Cressida means gold.

Elodie
A French name, Elodie comes from the name Alodia, meaning foreign riches.

Guinevere
Rich in legend, Guinevere is Welsh meaning white shadow or white wave.

Linnea
A Swedish flower name, Linnea means twin flower.

Seraphina
Seraphina is a Hebrew name that fittingly means fiery and ardent.

Tallulah
An anglicized Irish name as well as a Native American name Tallulah means abundance and leaping waters.

Theodora
A feminine form of Theodore meaning gift of God.

Grand Beauties
10 Grand Gorgeous Girls Names

Anastasia
Current Ranking: #148
A Greek feminine form of Anastasios, meaning resurrection.

Cecilia
Current Ranking: #155
A Latin name and feminine form of Cecil meaning blind.

Esmeralda
Current Ranking: #377
Esmeralda is a Spanish and Portuguese name meaning emerald.

Evangeline
Current Ranking: #277
A Greek name meaning bearer of good news.

Felicity
Current Ranking: #354
A virtuous Latin name meaning happiness.

Genevieve
Current Ranking: #172
Genevieve is a French name meaning tribe woman.

Liliana
Current Ranking: #109
Spanish and Latin in origin, Liliana means lily.

Samantha
Current Ranking: #60
A Hebrew name and feminine form of Samuel, Samantha means told by God.

Tatiana
Current Ranking: #696
Tatiana comes from the Roman clans name Tatius.

Veronica
Current Ranking: 357
A Latin name, Veronica means she who brings victory.

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Seven C’s

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Calling all lovers of exotic Princess-worthy names! Feast your name eyes and ears on these seven grand, gorgeous, and glorious C names for girls!

Camellia
Camellia has an exotic flare though it shares a similar sound to the much more popular Amelia. Camellia is a flowering plant was named for botanist Georg Josef Kamel. What little girl wouldn’t love a flower name? The nickname possibilities are endless, but a few you may enjoy include Cam, Cammie, Mel, Mellie, Mia, and Lia.

Cataleya
Cataleya is a variant of cattleya which is a genus of orchids – can you tell I love a good flower name? Zoe Saldana played Cataleya in the film Colombiana, giving this name a boost, though its not too popular currently ranked at Number 510. Cataleya would be a great way to honor a Catherine, Kathleen, or even a Lee or Leah.

Celestia
A name written in the stars Celestia has Latin roots meaning heavenly or of the sky. Celestia is hardly a name one would forget as it is both striking and ethereal. Little House on the Praire writer Laura Ingalls Wilder’s younger sister Carrie was born Caroline Celestia “Carrie” Ingalls. Celestia peaked in the late nintenth century.

Christiana
A whole generation of Christian, Christine, and Christina’s are now becoming parents. Refresh these beloved names with the brilliantly opulant Christiana, a variation which shares the meaning follower of Christ. Feminine with an exotic twist, Christiana could skip nicknames like Chris and Christy and opt for Tiana.

Clementine
Oh, my darlin’s Clementine just recently re-entered the US Top 1,000.  A Frecnch feminine form of Clement, meaning merciful, Clementine has a very wholesome and country vibe. Several stars from Claudia Schiffer, Kate Winslet, and Ethan Hawke have all picked the name Clementine for their daughters. In France Clementine ranks within the Top 100.

Cornelia
I’m such a big Cordelia fan that I often overlook Cornelia. A Latin name meaning horn, Cornelia easily lends itself to very user friendly nicknames like Cory, Cora, Nell, and Nellie. A name rich is history and literature there are a load of assocations to this name from a Christian saint to Julius Caesar’s first wife.

Cressida
A former college classmate recently had a little Cressida making my name-loving heart swoon. Cressida is the name of a Shakepearean heroine and has Greek rooks meaning golden. Cressida was also used in Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy, giving it life to a younger generation Cressida is equal parts strong and feminine.

Please share your favorite from this list! xo