Fairycore Aesthetic Baby Names for Girls

Fairycore (faecore, fairywave, or fairy core) is an aesthetic style inspired by fairies. It is all about the magic of nature and incorporates soft pastels, flowers, butterflies, shimmery water, bows, crystals, fairy wings, and everything magical. Unlike the cottagecore aesthetic, fairycore is more romantic and whimsical. Envision unicorns, an enchanted forest, and elements of magic. The hashtag has more than one billion views (and counting) on TikTok, so it’s safe to say fairycore is here to stay. Most likely, this is because the new trend is all about adding a bit of magic into everyday life, so why not also go for a baby name that does the same? Fairycore names carry an air of beauty, whimsy, and lightness that are perfect for your little fae. These names are our absolute favorite options for fairycore baby names for your little girl.

 

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Aevala
Invented name

Ailith
English origin, meaning: Seasoned warrior

Ainara
Basque origin, meaning: Swallow

Alette
Greek and Latin origin, meaning: Footloose; small winged one

Alvina
English origin, meaning: Elf friend

Amoret
English origin, meaning: literary name
A name from Spenser’s poem The Faerie Queene.

Anastasie
Greek origin, meaning:
Resurrection

Anwen
Welsh origin, meaning: Fair, blessed

Arianwen
Welsh origin, meaning: Silver, fair, blessed

Ariella
Hebrew origin, meaning: Lion of God

Arrietty
English origin, meaning: Literary name

Aubrette
French origin, meaning: Elf ruler

Aurelia
Latin origin, meaning: Golden

Avonlea
Hebrew origin, meaning: River by a field

Azelle
Invented name

Belphoebe
Literary name, meaning: Beautiful Diana
Belphoebe is a character in Edmund Spenser’s poem The Faerie Queene. 

Breena
Gaelic origin, meaning: Fairy place

Briarleigh
Modern invented name

Briette
French origin, meaning: Place name

Bronwen
Welsh origin, meaning: White breast

Callaia
Modern invented name 

Cataleya
English origin, meaning: Cattley’s flower

Celestia
Latin origin, meaning: Heaven

Cliona
Irish origin, meaning: Shapley

Corisande
Greek origin, meaning: Chorus singer

Corrigan
Irish origin, meaning: Spear

Cyra
Persian origin, meaning:
Sun or throne, or lord

Cyrielle
French origin, meaning: Lordly

Demelza
Cornish origin, meaning: Fort on the hill

Doveva
Hebrew origin, meaning: Graceful

Elestren
Cornish origin, meaning: Iris

Elfie
English origin, meaning: Elf power

Eliora
Hebrew origin, meaning: God is my light

Elke
German, Dutch origin, meaning: Noble

Ellyllon
Welsh origin, meaning:
Rendering of the English elves

Elowen
Cornish origin, meaning: Elm

Elula
Hebrew origin, meaning: Month name

Elva
Irish origin, meaning: Leader of the elves

Elvenia
English origin, meaning: Elf friend

Elysia
Latin origin, meaning: From the blessed isles

Emmeleia
Greek origin, meaning: Harmony

Evanthe
Greek origin, meaning: Fair flower

Evony
French origin, meaning: Yew

Evren
Turkish origin, meaning: Universe

Fable
Word name, meaning: Story

Fauna
Latin origin, meaning: Goddess of earth and fertility

Faye
English origin, meaning: Fairy

Fenella
Celtic origin, meaning: White-shouldered one

Ferelith
Irish, Gaelic, and Scottish origin, meaning: Sovereign

Feya
Hebrew origin, meaning: Fairy

Fiera
Esperanto origin, meaning: Proud

Helisent
German, English origin, meaning: Temple path

Hespera
Greek origin, meaning: Evening; evening star

Ilayda
Turkish origin, meaning: Water fairy

Ilithyia
Greek origin, meaning: The ready comer

Imogen
English, Celtic origin, meaning: Maiden

Isabeau
Hebrew origin, meaning: God’s promise

Jenova
Tamil, Hindi origin, meaning: Beauty

Lilwen
Welsh origin, meaning: White lily

Lothira
Invented name

Lunette
Latin origin, meaning: Moon

Mariella
Italian and Danish origin, meaning: Bitter, sea

Merewen
Old English origin, meaning: Sublime delight

Naia
Greek, Hawaiian origin, meaning: Water nymph, dolphin

Narah
Japanese, Celtic origin, meaning: Place name, happy

Nephele
Greek origin, meaning: Cloudy

Nevara
Spanish origin, meaning: To snow

Nixie
German origin, meaning: Water sprite

Nyssa
Greek origin, meaning: Goal

Olette
Latin origin, meaning: Small winged one

Ophelia
Greek origin, meaning: Help

Oona
Irish origin, meaning: Lamb

Ottilia
German origin, meaning: Prosperous in battle

Parisa
Persian origin, meaning: Fairy-like

Pandora
Greek origin, meaning: All gifts

Petula
Latin and English origin, meaning: To ask or flower

Pixie
Swedish, Cornish origin, meaning: Fairy

Primrose
English origin, meaning: First rose

Radella
English origin, meaning: Elfin advisor

Ravenna
Italian origin, meaning: Place name

Rhiannon
Welsh origin, meaning: Great queen

Rosalia
Latin origin, meaning: Rose

Rowena
Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning: Famous joy

Saga
Swedish origin, meaning: Story, seeress

Sebille
English origin, meaning: Fairy,
prophets

Siofra
Irish origin, meaning: Elf, fairy

Sylvelie
Invented name

Tanwen
Welsh origin, meaning: Holy fire

Tatiana
Russian origin, meaning: Unknown

Tullia
Irish origin, meaning: Peaceful

Vanora
Scottish origin, meaning: White wave

Vidia
Sanskrit origin, meaning: Knowledge

Weaver
English origin, meaning: Occupational name

Whimsy
English origin, meaning: Playfully quaint

Willow
English origin, meaning: Tree

Wisteria
English origin, meaning: Flower

Yara
Brazilian, Arabic origin, meaning: Water lady, small butterfly

Ysaline
Derived from Hebrew Elisheva, meaning: God is my house

Yvaine
Scottish origin, meaning: Evening star

Zarela
Spanish origin, meaning: Princess

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