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150+ European Baby Girl Names

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“What’s so special about European names?”, you might ask. After all, the majority of the baby names most widely used in the US have European origins.

But what we’re talking about here are baby names that are not widely used in the US, the UK, and other English-speaking countries. We scoured the popularity lists of European countries from Sweden to Spain, France to Russia in search of names that are widely used in their native cultures but largely unknown in the Anglophone world. 

Search here to find a distinctive name from your family’s culture of origin. Or think of these names as a way to spark up old favorites that have perhaps grown a bit boring in their usual American incarnation. Emily may feel a lot more appealing as Emiliana and Saar may freshen up Sarah.

These girls’ names have a stylish European flavor that will be in good taste anywhere.

  1. Ainara

  2. Ainhoa

  3. Aitana

  4. Alessia

  5. Alva

  6. Amelie

  7. Amerie

  8. Amoret

  9. Anais

  10. Antonina

  11. Apolline

  12. Araceli

  13. Arlet

  14. Aurelie

  15. Axelle

  16. Aya

  17. Azzurra

  18. Belen

  19. Benedetta

  20. Benthe

  21. Brisa

  22. Calixta

  23. Candela

  24. Caprice

  25. Capucine

  26. Cato

  27. Chiara

  28. Clemence

  29. Corisande

  30. Dasha

  31. Demetria

  32. Doutzen

  33. Elettra

  34. Elin

  35. Elke

  36. Elvira

  37. Emiliana

  38. Esperanza

  39. Estrella

  40. Eulalie

  41. Evadne

  42. Faustine

  43. Feline

  44. Femke

  45. Fenna

  46. Fenne

  47. Fien

  48. Finja

  49. Fiorella

  50. Flavia

  51. Fleur

  52. Gaia

  53. Gala

  54. Giada

  55. Ginevra

  56. Gioia

  57. Giovanna

  58. Gisele

  59. Giulia

  60. Gretel

  61. Griselda

  62. Hedda

  63. Hilma

  64. Iben

  65. Ilaria

  66. Ilsa

  67. Ines

  68. Iolanthe

  69. Iria

  70. Irina

  71. Isa

  72. Jimena

  73. Juna

  74. Juni

  75. Kassiani

  76. Laia

  77. Leire

  78. Leonie

  79. Leyre

  80. Lieke

  81. Liesl

  82. Lilou

  83. Lise

  84. Lisette

  85. Lo

  86. Lotte

  87. Ludovica

  88. Luz

  89. Madelief

  90. Maelie

  91. Maelle

  92. Maelys

  93. Mafalda

  94. Majken

  95. Manon

  96. Manuela

  97. Mar

  98. Mathilde

  99. Mattea

  100. Melisandre

  101. Merle

  102. Mignon

  103. Milan

  104. Milou

  105. Minette

  106. Moa

  107. Naiara

  108. Nele

  109. Nerea

  110. Noa

  111. Nuria

  112. Oceane

  113. Odile

  114. Oline

  115. Ona

  116. Ottoline

  117. Perdita

  118. Perla

  119. Puck

  120. Rafaella

  121. Ravenna

  122. Rocio

  123. Romane

  124. Ronja

  125. Rosalia

  126. Saar

  127. Saga

  128. Sandrine

  129. Sanne

  130. Saskia

  131. Sidonie

  132. Signe

  133. Sigrid

  134. Siv

  135. Solana

  136. Soledad

  137. Solene

  138. Solveig

  139. Sophronia

  140. Stina

  141. Svea

  142. Thais

  143. Thalassa

  144. Thessaly

  145. Tiril

  146. Triana

  147. Tuva

  148. Valeria

  149. Veerle

  150. Vega

  151. Vianne

  152. Victoire

  153. Xanthipe

  154. Ximena

  155. Xiomara

  156. Yara

  157. Zosia

About the Author

Pamela Redmond

Pamela Redmond is the cocreator and CEO of Nameberry. The coauthor of ten bestselling baby name books, Redmond is an internationally-recognized name expert, quoted and published widely in such media outlets as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Today Show,, CNN, and the BBC. Redmond is also a New York Times bestselling novelist whose books include Younger, the basis for the hit television show, and its new sequel, Older.

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