Girl Names

  1. Azalea
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "azalea, a flower"
    • Description:

      Azalea is one of the fresher flower names, along with Zinnia and Lilac, that are new to the name bouquet — in fact, it entered the Social Security list for the first time in 2012. So if Lily and Rose are too tame for you, consider this brilliant pink springtime blossom with a touch of the unusual that has been growing in popularity.
  2. Brylie
    • Origin:

      American invented name
    • Description:

      The newest addition to the Kylie, Rylie family, really catching on with some parents.
  3. Honor
    • Origin:

      English word and virtue name
    • Meaning:

      "honor"
    • Description:

      Honor is a somewhat more straight-laced virtue name than Hope or Grace, placing a high standard on any girl carrying it, but it's a goal worth setting. By choosing Honor for her daughter, Jessica Alba brought it very much into the modern world.
  4. Keeley
    • Origin:

      Irish
    • Meaning:

      "slender"
    • Description:

      Keeley is well-used in modern Ireland, also found as Keely and Keela. The boys' form is Keelan. Largely unknown in the US, this could make an interesting update for Kelly or Kaylie or Kylie. A famous bearer is actress Keeley Hawes.
  5. Liliana
    • Origin:

      Italian and Spanish variations of Lilian
    • Meaning:

      "lily, a flower"
    • Description:

      Frilly and fit for a princess, but with plenty of spark and flair, Liliana holds international appeal and a modern glamor. Joining Lily and Lillian in the US Top 100 for the first time in 2022, Liliana is a fast-rising choice for girls.
  6. Piper
    • Origin:

      English occupational name
    • Meaning:

      "one who plays the pipes or flute"
    • Description:

      Piper's rising popularity for girls makes it an unlikely masculine choice.
  7. True
    • Origin:

      Word name
    • Description:

      Many parents seeking a return to more basic values and a simpler lifestyle are turning to such virtuous girls' names as Grace, Faith, and Hope, but there are a handful that work just as well on boys, including True.