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150+ European Baby Girl Names

October 24, 2016 Pamela Redmond
international baby girl names

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. A diverse group of names that are largely unknown in the US yet are familiar enough that they rank just below the Nameberry Top 1000.

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 Sophronia may freshen up Sophia.

These girls’ names hail from a wide range of European countries, from Ireland to Russia, Spain to Sweden. What they have in common is a stylish European flavor that will be in good taste anywhere.

  1. Ailish
  2. Aine
  3. Aisling
  4. Akasha
  5. Alethea
  6. Alienor
  7. Amandine
  8. Amaris
  9. Amerie
  10. Amoret
  11. Anaelle
  12. Annaliese
  13. Anoushka
  14. Antonella
  15. Antonina
  16. Aoibhe
  17. Apolline
  18. Araceli
  19. Artemisia
  20. Atarah
  21. Aurelie
  22. Avril
  23. Axelle
  24. Aziza
  25. Belen
  26. Branwen
  27. Brisa
  28. Britta
  29. Bronwen
  30. Calixta
  31. Callisto
  32. Caprice
  33. Carlotta
  34. Catriona
  35. Celestina
  36. Ceres
  37. Ceridwen
  38. Ciel
  39. Clodagh
  40. Corisande
  41. Cybele
  42. Dasha
  43. Demetria
  44. Doutzen
  45. Eabha
  46. Eimear
  47. Eleri
  48. Elettra
  49. Elke
  50. Emiliana
  51. Eos
  52. Esperanza
  53. Estrella
  54. Eugenie
  55. Eulalie
  56. Evadne
  57. Faustina
  58. Fenella
  59. Fenna
  60. Finola
  61. Fiorella
  62. Flavia
  63. Freja
  64. Ghislaine
  65. Giada
  66. Ginevra
  67. Giovanna
  68. Gisele
  69. Giulia
  70. Giuliana
  71. Gretel
  72. Griselda
  73. Hebe
  74. Hilda
  75. Ilaria
  76. Ilsa
  77. Imelda
  78. Indra
  79. Inga
  80. Iolanthe
  81. Irina
  82. Isa
  83. Ismay
  84. Ivana
  85. Jules
  86. Kassia
  87. Katya
  88. Keren
  89. Kirsten
  90. Liesel
  91. Lilo
  92. Lisette
  93. Lotte
  94. Lourdes
  95. Luz
  96. Madelief
  97. Maelie
  98. Maelys
  99. Magdala
  100. Mairead
  101. Malou
  102. Marcheline
  103. Marine
  104. Marit
  105. Mattea
  106. Melisandre
  107. Mignon
  108. Milana
  109. Minette
  110. Minna
  111. Morag
  112. Morrigan
  113. Morwenna
  114. Natalya
  115. Nephele
  116. Oceana
  117. Odile
  118. Olwen
  119. Ottoline
  120. Perdita
  121. Perla
  122. Rafaella
  123. Ravenna
  124. Rhonwen
  125. Rosalia
  126. Sandrine
  127. Sanne
  128. Sarai
  129. Satine
  130. Seren
  131. Sian
  132. Sidonie
  133. Sidra
  134. Signe
  135. Sigrid
  136. Solana
  137. Soledad
  138. Solene
  139. Sophronia
  140. Sorcha
  141. Tanith
  142. Thalassa
  143. Thessaly
  144. Undine
  145. Valeria
  146. Vianne
  147. Xanthipe
  148. Xena
  149. Ximena
  150. Xiomara
  151. Yasmin
  152. Zephyrine
  153. Zosia

Would you use any of these names for your baby girl? Which are your favorites?

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 of the same name.

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