Baby girl names have been trending toward the long and elaborate for some time now, with selections like Isabella and Elizabeth, Olivia and Sophia winning out over the kind of brisk no-nonsense names — Anne, Gail, Lynn — that dominated a couple of generations ago.
You might want a short, sweet name for your daughter’s middle. Or maybe you want a short and sweet first name to balance a longer or more complicated last name.
How short is short? We’re going to cap it at four letters.
Our ideas for fresh baby girl names that are both short and sweet include:
Do you prefer short, sweet girls’ names or more elaborate ones? Which of the names here would you use for your daughter?