20 Unique but Stunningly Beautiful Girl Names

Girl, Unique & Unusual

Unique girl names are popular because of their air of mystery and intrigue. While you won’t hear them often, they’re undeniably stunningly beautiful picks for parents looking for something unique. Now the tricky part is just picking one. Take a look and see if you find a beautiful unique baby girl name that fits your little angel.


1. Arella

Arella is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning “messenger from God.” Arella is old-fashioned yet sophisticated; it’s mysterious, exotic, and a great alternative to the common Ariel. Plus, there are several cute nickname possibilities: Ari, Rella, Ella, etc. You may also like: Ava, Amora, Aria


2. Amalia

Amalia is a girl’s name of German and Italian origin, meaning “work.” Amalia is also an excellent option for parents who like popular names like Amelia, Amara, or Ayaliah but want something more unique. You may also like: Aurora, Olivia, Alice


3. Briella

Briella is a girl’s name of Italian and Spanish origin, meaning “God is my strength.” A shortened variation of Gabriella, Briella is an underused gem fit for a princess. It’s pretty, elegant, exotic, and unique. You may also like: Delaney, Brielle, Birdie


4. Chara

Chara is a girl’s Greek name, meaning “joy.” Chara is a bold yet beautiful name any little girl would love to have and perfect for the one who will bring so much joy to your life. You may also like: Corianna, Dahlia, clover


5. Dayla

Dayla is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning “valley.” Dayla is a variant of Dale. Dayla has all the good qualities: it’s short, inspired by nature, and is not a name that’s too popular. Finding a moniker with all those qualities is not easy, which is why this name should be on every nature-loving family’s list of potential baby names. You may also like: Delilah, Daisy, Harper


6. Eurielle

Eurielle is a girl’s Hebrew name meaning “God is light.” This ethereal-sounding name certainly radiates strength and beauty, and of course, you don’t have to be religious to choose this beautiful name. You may also like: Eliora, Gloria, Flora


7. Inara

Inara is a girl’s name of Arabic origin, meaning “shining light.” Its melodic lilting sound is sure to turn heads. You may also like: Iris, Ivy, Harlow


8. Jaya

Jaya is a girl’s name of Sanskrit origin, meaning “victory.” Feminine form of Jay, also the name of a Buddhist goddess. Just four letters long, Jaya is a beautifully unique name that certainly packs a punch. You may also like: Greta, Juniper, Dakota


9. Lucelia

Lucelia is a Spanish name that combines Luz + Celia, therefore meaning “heavenly light.” With such a glowing name, your daughter is bound to be the light of your life. And what’s great about Lucelia is that Celia can be used as a nickname. You may also like: Leala, Gretchen, Lorelei


10. Lilliet

Lilliet is a literary name that is a combination of the names Lillian and Juliet. Lilliet is a charming and playful name that, unlike other romantic names, is quirky and perky, yet no less feminine. You may also like: Lenora, Briar, Claire


11. Maeva

Maeva is a girl’s French name, meaning “welcome.” With old-fashioned names like Esma, Beatrice, and Florence starting to make comebacks, some parents may want to consider a slightly more offbeat choice like Maeva. Maeva also makes an excellent choice for parents who like French-inspired or exotic names. You may also like: Clementine, Mattea, Freya


12. Noemi

Noemi is a girl’s name of Latin origin, meaning “my delight.” If you are looking for a biblical classic with a unique and one-of-a-kind sound, this is a great option. You may also like: Naia, Angelina, Cora


13. Nevaya

Nevaya is a girl’s name modern invented name. Nevaya has no direct translation of its own, but its feminine, delicate sound makes it a perfect choice for parents who want their daughter to have a unique, girly name. Plus, wouldn’t Vaya make an adorable nickname?  You may also like: Phoenix, Nelia, Jade


14. Ottilia

Ottilia is a girl’s name of German origin, meaning “prosperous in battle.” Parents looking for a bold name with a powerful meaning should look no further than Ottilia, whose sound alone invokes strength and power. You may also like: Amelie, Eve, Pearl


15. Raina

Raina is a girl’s name of Slavic origin, meaning “queen.” Raina is feminine and strong, combined with a spunky aristocratic vibe. You may also like: Emma, Rana, Fiona


16. Seneca

Seneca is a girl’s name of Latin origin, meaning “old.” Seneca was a name borne by the Roman philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca. Alternatively, Seneca is a Native American name meaning: “protectors of the western wall.” The name is also derived from Dutch Sennecas, a name for the Iroquois tribes in which a town in upper New York Seneca is named after. Seneca is a unique name that sounds both soft and strong at the same time. You may also like: Sannah, Celeste, Delta


17. Tahlia

Tahlia is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning “morning dew.” Tahlia is a less used choice for parents drawn to the popular –lia sound at the end of a name but want to avoid Alia, Malia, or Amelia. You may also like: Blair, Tayah, Olive


18. Vianna

Vianna is a girl’s name of French origin, meaning “alive” (from Vivianna). There is something sophisticated and elegant about “V” names, and we are always looking for the next great V name. Vianna is a choice that is similar to Gianna but hits different. You may also like: Emilia, Aspen, Wren


19. Xiamara

Xiamara is a girl’s name of Aramaic origin, meaning “famous in battle.” If you want a name that’s extravagant and exotic for your little girl, then Xiamara will do nicely. You can guarantee all the other parents will be jealous that you thought of this baby name first. You may also like: Eva, Raquel, Sarah


20. Zayla

Zayla is a variant of the Arabic name Layla, meaning “night.” Like a lot of names on this list, it has a familiar ring to it while at the same time having a fresh twist. You may also like: Zaina, Angelique, Zenaida



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