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Video Game Names for Girls

  1. ReginaHeart
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "queen"
    • Description:

      A classic name with regal elegance--Queen Victoria, like other queens, had Regina appended to her name. She was a Top 100 name in the 1960s.
  2. MeiHeart
    • Origin:

      Chinese and Hawaiian
    • Meaning:

      "beautiful"
    • Description:

      Homophonous with Mae and May, the beautiful (literally) Mei is poised to climb the charts. The hero of the 2022 Disney/Pixar film Turning Red is a Chinese-Canadian teen named Meilin "Mei" Lee, which may boost the name ever further.
  3. CrimsonHeart
    • Origin:

      Color name
    • Meaning:

      "rich deep red"
    • Description:

      Crimson could be a possible competitor for Scarlett's success, though it's lacking that Gone With the Wind charm.
  4. FeliciaHeart
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "lucky"
    • Description:

      A lacy, lucky name very popular in the Hispanic community a decade ago, less so now.
  5. AoiHeart
    • Origin:

      Japanese
    • Meaning:

      "bluish"
    • Description:

      A very popular girls' name in Japan with an unfortunate English pronunciation: picture a toddler with a hurt knee saying "owee."
  6. PeachHeart
    • Origin:

      Fruit name
    • Description:

      Peach is one of those names that, a generation ago, would have been placed in the wacky celebrity baby name category. But now with the proliferation of word, nature, and yes, food names, Peach sounds adorably baby-ready.
  7. HaloHeart
    • Origin:

      English, word name
    • Description:

      The word has been used in English since the sixteenth century, and in the sacred sense since the seventeenth; it replaced “glory,” the older term for divine light.
  8. RosalinaHeart
    • Origin:

      Variation of Rosaline, English
    • Meaning:

      "rose"
    • Description:

      A feminine and fragrant member of the Rose family.
  9. VanilleHeart
    • Origin:

      French
    • Meaning:

      "vanilla"
    • Description:

      While Vanilla might be too bland, the French version is more flavorful.
  10. ShionHeart
    • LiliHeart
      • Origin:

        Spelling variation of Lily or diminutive of Lilian
      • Description:

        Lili has been blooming in many forms for a couple of decades now. The Lili version will surely get more attention now that the Duke and Duchess of Susses, aka Harry and Meghan, are using is as a short form for their daughter Lilibet Diana's name. Lili makes the slight and light though that is not necessarily a bad thing; it also mutes the name's floral identity and gives it a cute and quirky repetitive spelling, ala Coco and Lulu. A famous German song is titled Lili Marlene.
    • MakiHeart
      • Origin:

        Japanese
      • Meaning:

        "true"
      • Description:

        Popular name in Japan in its own right, but also as a nickname for Miyako or Makiko.
    • CirillaHeart
      • Origin:

        Spelling variation of Cyrilla, Latin
      • Meaning:

        "lordly"
      • Description:

        This obscure antiquated name is finding new life thanks to The Witcher series, whose heroine is named Princess Cirilla, nickname Ciri. The feminine form of Cyril, Cirilla has now surpassed the original Cyrilla in usage, given to 40 baby girls in the US in 2021 vs. only 10 called Cyrilla. We eonder how many parents will call their daughters Ciri.
    • LucinaHeart
      • Origin:

        Roman mythology
      • Meaning:

        "grove or light"
      • Description:

        Lucina, deriving from Latin lucus "grove" and also associated with lux "light", is an epithet given in Roman mythology to the goddess Juno (and sometimes also Diana) in her role as goddess of childbirth. A stately and unusual route to Lucy, more delicate than Lucinda.
    • AerithHeart
      • Origin:

        Modern invented name
      • Description:

        Aerith Gainsborough is a lead character in the video game Final Fantasy. The name was invented by the developers as a translation for the character's original Japanese name Earisu.
    • KairiHeart
      • Origin:

        Japanese
      • Meaning:

        "sea"
      • Description:

        Kairi is the name of the main female character in the popular role-playing video game series, Kingdom Hearts. Voiced by Hayden Panettiere in the main series, Kairi is one of the seven Princesses of the Heart. Kairi entered the US Top 1000 in 2010 and was given to over 400 baby girls in one recent year.
    • BrigitteHeart
      • Origin:

        French variation of Brighid
      • Meaning:

        "strength or exalted one"
      • Description:

        Brigitte is the French version of the ancient Irish Brighid long associated with 1950s sex symbol Brigitte Bardot. If you want to pronounce Brigitte the French way, it's brih-ZHEET.
    • KasumiHeart
      • Origin:

        Japanese
      • Meaning:

        "mist"
      • Description:

        Common name for Japanese video game and manga characters, but rarely heard in the US.
    • KatHeart
      • Origin:

        Diminutive for Katherine, Greek
      • Meaning:

        "pure"
      • Description:

        We're hearing Kat more and more being used by Katherines who are tired of Kathy, Kate and Katie. Katti or Kattie is another possibility.
    • KitanaHeart
      • Origin:

        Video game name
      • Description:

        Kitana is the name of a character in Mortal Kombat II -- she's a princess who looks young but is actually 10,000 years old. It may be related to the male Persian name Katana, which means honorable, or even more likely to the Japanese word katana which means sword.