Girl Names Ending in I

Girl names ending in I include numerous wonderful options.

Naomi is the most popular girl name ending with I right now.Along with Naomi, other girl names in the US Top 1000 include Leilani, Remi, Kali, and Zuri.Eleni, Lakshmi, Yuki, and Citlali are among the uncommon international options worth consideration.

Here are all Nameberry’s girl names that end with the letter I.The top names below rank among the current US Top 1000 Baby Names and are ordered by popularity.Unique names rank below the Top 1000 and are listed alphabetically.
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Top Girl Names Ending in I

  • Naomi

    Naomi was once a primarily Jewish name from the Old Testament that referenced the mother-in-law of Ruth. Because of this, it is a symbolic name given to girls on Shavuot when the story of Ruth is... Read More 

  • Leilani

    Leilani is derived from the Hawaiian elements lei, meaning “flower,” and lani, “heavenly.” It can also be translated as “royal child,” as lani is connected to high-birth... Read More 

  • Remi

    Adorable name that's fashionable but is gaining momentum: it entered the US Top 1000 in 2013 and has been rising since. Many parents prefer this spelling for a girl to the Remy spellingRead More 

  • Kali

    Cute name but be warned: Kali is the Hindu goddess of destruction, the fierce side of the goddess Devi. Read More 

  • Kehlani

    This name first entered the US Top 1000 in 2016, probably because of R&B singer Kehlani, whose full name is Kehlani Ashley Parrish. It was the fastest-rising girls' name of the year. Kehlani may... Read More 

  • Cali

    A short form that can stand on its own, though not all that steadily. Read More 

  • Zuri

    Zuri migrated, at least to American sensibilities, to the feminine side when an Ohio zoo used it for a female giraffe. For either gender, Zuri is an attractive name with the usual Z-initial zest.... Read More 

  • Alani

    One of those names you may not even be aware of if you haven't been paying attention to recent naming trends, Alani was given to more than 700 baby girls in the US in one recent year, to be the... Read More 

  • Amari

    Related to names and words in a range of languages—Yoruba, Thai, and Hebrew (where it's used primarily for boys)—and with a variety of positive meanings.

    A male name, still more common... Read More 

  • Lexi

    Lexi and Lexie, pixieish offshoots of the prolific Alex family, have come into their own. Read More