Baby Names For Girls That Are Super Rare
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100 Baby Names For Girls That Are Super Rare

In the vast landscape of baby names, some gems sparkle with a rare brilliance, evoking an aura of exclusivity and charm, especially when it comes to rare girl names. Delving into this treasure trove unveils a curated collection of 100 uniquely rare names for baby girls—each a precious find, distinct, and uncommon. These rare baby girl names exude an enigmatic allure, blending whimsy with elegance, and carrying stories of individuality and grace. From celestial inspirations to forgotten classics, this list is a celebration of unique girl names, uncommon girl names, that stand out, promising your little baby girl an identity as exceptional as she is. Join us in discovering these rare and captivating monikers, each a whispered secret waiting to be embraced and cherished. If you’re in search of a unique girl’s name for your baby girl, especially rare and uncommon girl names, this list provides a wealth of options that go beyond the ordinary.

1. Adaliah
Biblical, “one that draws water, poverty, cloud, death.”
You may also like: Adia

2. Affinity
Word name, “a natural liking for.
You may also like: Alaska

3. Aira
American, “wind.
You may also like: Aella

4. Aiva
Hebrew, Latin, or Germanic, “life; bird; water, island.
You may also like: Ava

5. Aleria
Latin, “eagle.You may also like: Alazne

6. Amel 
Arabic, “hope.You may also like: Aletta

7. Ambria
English, “amber.
You may also like: Amelia

8. Anasia
Arabic, “friendly and hospitable.
You may also like: Anna

9. Arina 
Slavic, “peace.
You may also like: Alohi

10. Asra
Arabic, “nocturnal journey.
You may also like: Alora

11. Astoria
Greek name, “like a hawk.
You may also like: Aneira

12. Auralia
Latin, “golden.
You may also like: Annika

13. Avella
Italian place name. You may also like: Aoife

14. Avriel
Latin, “to open.
You may also like: Arwen

15. Axelia
Scandinavian, Hebrew, and Greek, “my father is my peace.” The feminine version of Axel.
You may also like: Axelle

16. Bethea
Hebrew, “the maid-servant of Jehovah.
You may also like: Baylin

17. Bibiane
French, Spanish, and Latin, “live” and “lively.
You may also like: Birdie

18. Brienna
Celtic, “strong.
You may also like: Belleann

19. Brina
Celtic, “defender.
You may also like: Beryl

20. Carmela
Italian, “gracious.
You may also like: Caitronia

21. Cassana
Italian, meaning unknown.
You may also like: Calista

22. Cosette
French name, “people of victory.”
You may also like: Calliope

23. Damara
Greek, “gentle.
You may also like:  Dallis

24. Dhara
Hindi, “the earth.
You may also like: Damaris

25. Eila
Hebrew, “oak tree; bright, shining light.
You may also like: Elodie

26. Elara
Greek mythology, “mortal lover of Zeus, cheerful.
You may also like: Echo

27. Elia
Hebrew, “Jehovah is God.
You may also like: Eilish

28. Ellaria
Arabic, unknown meaning.
You may also like: Ellasandra

29. Ellowyn
English, “elm tree.
You may also like: Ellery

30. Elma
Dutch, German, “will-helmet or protection.
You may also like: Elowynne

31. Emera
German, “industrious leader.
You may also like: Emerald

32. Emerly
Modern invented name, “leader or ruler.
You may also like: Enola

33. Endellion
Cornish, “fire soul.”
You may also like: Eudora

34. Everdeen
Old English, “farmstead where the wild boars are seen.
You may also like: Emaline

35. Fable
Word name, “story.
You may also like: Fia

36. Favianna
Latin, “bean.
You may also like: Florence

37. Feya
Hebrew, “fairy.
You may also like: Fleur

38. Helaine
English, “light.” Related to the Greek names Elaine and Helen.
You may also like: Haisley

39. Huntleigh
English, “meadow of the hunter.
You may also like: Honey

40. Ieva
Lithuanian, “life.” Lithuanian form of the name Eve.
You may also like: Isla

41. Ilenia
Greek, Hebrew , “torch.
You may also like: Ilaria

42. Jera
Old English, “the harvest.
You may also like: Jara

43. Jessamy
English, “jasmine flower.
You may also like: Jessamine

44. Jorian
Scandinavian, Greek, “farmer.” Jorian is a variant form of Joren version of George.
You may also like: Jobelle

45. Jovana
Slavic, Serbian, “God is gracious.
You may also like: Geneva

46. Jovienne
French, “Jupiter.” French female version of Jovian.
You may also like: Jewel

47. Juniver
Hebrew, Latin, meaning unknown.
You may also like: Juni

48. Kaori
Japanese, “scent, aroma, fabric, weave.
You may also like: Katana

49. Kasia
Polish and Greek, “pure.
You may also like: Kate

50. Kelsa
English, “victorious ship.
You may also like: Kelilah

51. Kezia
Hebrew, “sweet-scented spice.
You may also like: Kerensa

52. Lainie
English, “bright shining one.
You may also like: Layana

53. Leonora
Italian, “compassion or light.
You may also like: Lissandra

54. Leora
Greek, Hebrew, “compassion or light.
You may also like: Lulee

55. Levana
Hebrew, “moon or white.
You may also like: Liliana

56. Liadan
Irish, “grey Lady.
You may also like: Lena

57. Lilibet
Hebrew, “God is my oath.” Originates from the Hebrew name Elisheba.
You may also like: Lise

58. Lorea
Latin, “flower.
You may also like: Luna

59. Lorella
French, “little laurel.
You may also like: Laina

60. Maeva
French, “welcome.
You may also like: Madrigal

61. Manon
French, “bitter.
You may also like: Meara

62. Maris
Latin, “of the sea.
You may also like: Mercer

63. Mavelle
Celtic, French and English, “songbud.
You may also like: Miya

64. Medley
English, “woodland clearing of a man called Mada.
You may also like: Myla

65. Milania
Greek, Czech and Italian, “black, dark-skinned, gracious, a person from Milan.
You may also like: Marlene

66. Minka
Polish, “resolute or strong, gilded helmet.
You may also like: Mari

67. Naelia
Spanish, “born on Christmas.
You may also like: Nathalia

68. Naia
Greek, Hawaiian, “dolphin; to flow; wave, seafoam.
You may also like: Nelle

69. Narah
Japanese and Celtic, “place name, happy.
You may also like: Nerida

70. Navara
Spanish, “from the plains.”
You may also like: Nefeli

71. Nera
Hebrew, “candle, light.
You may also like: Nemy

72. Nolwenn
Welsh and Celtic, “shining, pure or holy.
You may also like: Nerissa

73. Novella
Italian from Latin, “new” or “young.
You may also like: Novalie

74. Odile
French, “fortunate or prosperous in battle.
You may also like: Ophelia

75. Olea
Latin, “olive.
You may also like: Olivia

76. Oliana
Polynesian and Hawaiian, “evergreen.
You may also like: Octavia

77. Olwen
Welsh, “white footprint.
You may also like: Oona

78. Omina
Japanese, “woven, beauty, fruit trees.
You may also like: Orenda

79. Orina
Greek, “peace.
You may also like: Oriana

80. Parisa
Persian, “fairy-like.
You may also like: Peony

81. Phedora
Greek, “supreme gift.
You may also like: Penelope

82. Priya
Sanskrit , “beloved.
You may also like: Primrose

83. Quinlin
English, “gently-shaped fellow, slender.
You may also like: Qiana

84. Raea
Hebrew, “friend.
You may also like: Raisa

85. Raia
Hebrew, “friend.”
You may also like: Rehema

86. Reyna
Spanish, “counsel; song; queen.
You may also like: Rowan

87. Rina
Slavic, Italian, Hebrew, “joy, singing, melted, white yasmin, pure.
You may also like: Ruby

88. Roanne
English and Gaelic, “red-berry tree.
You may also like: Raquel

89. Roxana
Persian, “dawn; or, little star.
You may also like: Robyn

90. Sersha
Irish, “freedom.” A spelling variant of Saoirse.
You may also like: Samira

91. Shanda
African, Hindi, and French, “African queen, goddess, stone.
You may also like: Sadie

92. Shauna
American and Irish, “God is gracious.
You may also like: Seira

93. Siona
Hindi and Celtic, “stars, fox goddess.
You may also like: Seona

94. Solenne
French, Spanish, “sunlight.
You may also like: Sia

95. Treva
English and Welsh, “prudent, great settlement.
You may also like: Trinity, Tenley

96. Vara
Sanskrit, “gift, chosen.
You may also like: Verity

97. Wakely
Old English, “damp meadow.
You may also like: Wynna

98. Winley
English, “meadow in a forest glade.
You may also like: Winnie

99. Winola
German, “charming friend.
You may also like: Wendy

100. Zaira
Arabic and Italian, “radiance.
You may also like: Zadie

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