Middle name options

Possible middle names for baby girl
  1. Autumn
    • Origin:

      Season name
    • Description:

      Crisp and colorful, Autumn is the most popular season name now -- the only one in the Top 100 in recent years -- with Autumn's coolness only surpassed by Winter. Jennifer Love Hewitt named her daughter Autumn James.
  2. Danique
    • Elyse
      • Origin:

        Variation of Elise or Elysia
      • Meaning:

        "pledged to God"
      • Description:

        Elyse hasn't been heard much since the 80s, but it's beginning to be reconsidered as a possibIlity again, now that it's not so much seen as a Mom name, as it was in the TV show "Family Ties." A spelling variation of Elise, it's another variation of Elizabeth. Many parents today would opt for Eliza.
    • Evangeline
      • Fleur
        • Origin:

          French
        • Meaning:

          "flower"
        • Description:

          Fleur is a generic, delicate flower name that emigrated into the English-speaking world when John Galsworthy bestowed it on one of the Forsytes in his celebrated saga. More recently, there was Fleur Delacour, a French witch and the Beauxbatons champion for the Triwizard Tournament in Harry Potter.
      • Lark
        • Origin:

          English bird name
        • Description:

          Lark is getting some new and well-deserved attention as a post-Robin and Raven bird name. Although it was first recorded as a name in the 1830's, it has never appeared on the Social Security list.
      • Lucine
        • Origin:

          Armenian
        • Meaning:

          "moon"
        • Description:

          Either an Armenian name meaning "moon" (also spelled Lusine) or an elaboration of sweet classic Lucy.
      • Mae
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Mary or Margaret
        • Meaning:

          "bitter or pearl"
        • Description:

          Mae, a sweet and springlike old-fashioned name, hadn't been on the national charts in forty years, but finally made it back in 2010. Mae is derived from May, the month name that was chosen for its connection to Maia, the Roman goddess of growth and motherhood.
      • Marie
        • Origin:

          French variation of Mary
        • Meaning:

          "drop of the sea, bitter, or beloved"
        • Description:

          The ubiquitous French version of Mary came into the English-speaking world in the nineteenth century. In the United States, Marie was a huge hit at the turn of the last century and for the ensuing fifty years, becoming the seventh most popular name in the country for three years, from 1901 to 1904.
      • May
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Margaret and Mary; month name
        • Description:

          May is a sweet old-fashioned name that hasn't been on the national charts in several decades, but is definitely sounding fresh and springlike. Parents are beginning to see it once more as one of the prettiest middle name options. May was as high on the list as Number 57 in the 1880s; it's now 228 on Nameberry.
      • Noelle
        • Origin:

          French
        • Meaning:

          "Christmas"
        • Description:

          Noelle is the feminine variation of Noël, a masculine given name derived from the French word for "Christmas." As a word, Noël originated as a variant of nael, which evolved from the Latin natalis, meaning "birth." Noelle and Noel have traditionally been given to children born around Christmastime, particularly in the Middle ages.
      • Rae
        • Origin:

          English, diminutive of Rachel
        • Meaning:

          "ewe"
        • Description:

          All the old ae/ay middle names for girls are back--Kay, Fay, Mae/May, --and Rae is one of the coolest, used as such by celebrities as Mark Wahlberg and Daniel Baldwin. Even more popular in the celebrisphere is the jazzy Ray spelling: among those who used it as their daughters' middles are Bruce Willis, Dermot Mulroney, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, Uma Thurman and Lee Lee Sobieski.
      • Rosalie
        • Origin:

          French variation of Latin Rosalia
        • Meaning:

          "rose"
        • Description:

          Rosalie hit its apex in 1938 and then slid straight downhill until it fell off the U.S. Top 1000 completely in the 1980s, only to spring back to life in 2009 as the name of a character in the Twilight series. The beautiful vampire Rosalie Hale has breathed fresh life back into this mid-century name, and the fact that the character is both sympathetic and relatively minor means Rosalie has the chance to thrive again as a baby name without feeling unduly tied to Twilight.
      • Rose
        • Simone
          • Origin:

            French, feminine variation of Hebrew Simon
          • Meaning:

            "hearkening"
          • Description:

            Simone, the elegant French feminization of Simon, strikes that all-important balance between unusual and familiar, and it's oozing with Gallic sophistication. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has a daughter named Simone; Chris Rock used it in the middle place for his daughter, as did Kevin Kline and Phoebe Cates
        • Summer
          • Origin:

            Word name
          • Description:

            The temperature is definitely rising for this popular seasonal name, which began being used in the seventies, and has been heard consistently ever since.
        • Winter
          • Origin:

            Word name
          • Description:

            Fresher, brisker and, yes, cooler than Summer or Autumn or Spring, Winter is now a full-fledged female choice, especially since Nicole Richie and Joel Madden used it for daughter Harlow's middle name, and Gretchen Mol picked it as her daughter's first, as did media mogul Sean Parker. Winter continues to be the preferred spelling and has risen in popularity significantly over the past few years.