Unique Baby Girl Names

Unique baby names for girls come from a range of sources and include place names, unusual vintage names, surname names, invented names, and baby names from around the world. Here is a handful of choices to get you started. Also check out our fuller list of unique baby names and search names by first initial and origin to see thousands more unique names for girls

  • Halona

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Resonant and unusual. Read More 

  • Honora

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    Honora and Honoria are two ways of softening the severity of Honor, while retaining its righteous meaning. They were predominant until the Reformation, when the Puritans adopted the abstract... Read More 

  • Hyacinth

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Though it may not be as sweet and gentle as, say, Violet, the purple-hued Hyacinth still might hold some appeal for the parent seeking a truly exotic flower name.

    In Greek mythology... Read More 

  • Ianthe

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Like Violet, Lavender and Lilac, Ianthe is a purple flower name. Chosen by the poet Shelley for his daughter, Ianthe has a poetic, romantic, almost ethereal quality. In the ancient myth, she was... Read More 

  • Ilaria

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Hilary is now too connected to a single personality, but this version offers a fresh and interesting alternative. Read More 

  • Indra

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    In the ancient Hindu religion, Indra is the warrior god of sky and rain, though in modern America, this might make a better girls' than boys' name. You can spell it Indre, like the French river,... Read More 

  • Jessamyn

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    Charming name occasionally heard in England, would be a real standout here. Jessamyn is the spelling used by writer West.Read More 

  • Kaisa

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  • Kelila

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    Kelila, which can also be spelled Kelilah, is a more distinctive and attractive Kayla relative. Read More 

  • Keturah

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    Keturah, the Old Testament name of Abraham's second wife, is a possibility for anyone seeking a truly unusual and interesting biblical name; certainly a lot more distinctive than that of Abraham's... Read More 

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