Four Syllable Names for Girls

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Four syllable names for girls are led in the US, as well as in many other countries, by the sweet and sophisticated trio of Olivia, Amelia and Isabella – all of which currently rank in the Top 10 baby girl names.

Along with Olivia, Amelia and Isabella, other four syllable baby names for girls which make the Top 100 in the US include classic Elizabeth, Victoria and Alexandra, as well as international favorites like Penelope, Valentina and Eliana.

Uncommon and unique four syllable girls' names we recommend range from underused traditionals like Felicity and Georgiana, to long and lovely international beauties like Esperanza and Scheherazade, to unique four-syllable mythological girl names like Callidora and Persephone.

If you're looking for a longer baby girl name to balance out a short surname – or if you just love long and feminine names for girls – this is the list for you!

Browse 180+ girl names with four syllables to fit all styles and tastes below.

  • Adelaida

  • Adelina

    Adelina is back in the Top 1000 after an absence of nearly a century, thanks to the meteoric rise of her sister name Adeline -- along with Adelaide, Adele, and Ada. Some parents choose Adelina... Read More 

  • Adeliza

  • Adriana

    This a-ending feminine form of Adrian, from the northern Italian city of Adria, is a soft and lovely Italian choice. It appears as a character in Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors. ... Read More 

  • Alastriona

    Spelled Alastríona in its native language, this Irish cousin of Alexandra is little-known but fairly intuitive.Read More 

  • Alessia

    Young Canadian pop singer Alessia Cara has given this spicy-sounding name a new lease on life, propelling it into the Top 1000 in 2016. (It was one of the year's fastest-rising girls' names.) The... Read More 

  • Alethea

    Alethea, the name of the Greek goddess of truth, came into fashion in England in the 16th century, in tandem with the virtue names. Alethea may find new favor now as one of the Read More 

  • Alexandra

    Alexandra is the feminine form of Alexander, which ultimately derived from the Greek components alexein, meaning “to defend,” and anēr, “man.” In Greek mythology, Alexandra was... Read More 

  • Alexia

    This diminutive, similar to Alex or Alexis, has been yo-yoing in popularity since the turn of the 21st century.Read More 

  • Alienor

    Also seen as Alyenor and Eleonore, this is an old French name dating back to the Arthurian romances and still heard today.Read More 

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