D7 Girls Names

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  1. Abilene
    • Origin:

      English from Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "grass"
    • Description:

      Abilene is a rarely used place name, mentioned as such in the New Testament, that combines the cowboy spunk of the Texas city with the midwestern morality of the Kansas town where Dwight D. Eisenhower spent his boyhood. Abilene is a much more untrodden path to the nickname Abbie/Abbie than the Top 10 Abigail.
  2. Alameda
    • Origin:

      Spanish
    • Meaning:

      "cottonwood grove"
    • Description:

      Common California place-name that could work for a girl.
  3. Arava
    • Origin:

      Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "willow"
    • Description:

      Unknown but eminently usable choice, especially for Jewish parents, with lovely meaning.
  4. Arbor
    • Origin:

      Nature name
    • Description:

      Arbor is an original unisex tree-related choice we're sure to hear more of. Highly unusual now, Arbor takes its place alongside other new arborial names ranging from the mighty Oak (or Oakley) to the more delicate Birch to the more flowery Juniper, Acacia, and Hazel.
  5. Arza
    • Origin:

      Hebrew
    • Meaning:

      "panels of cedar"
    • Description:

      Straightforward yet intriguing, a winning combination.
  6. Ash
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "ash tree"
    • Description:

      The tree, not the charred bit of soot in the fireplace, usually used for boys, but, as a short form of Ashley, works for girls too.
  7. Aspen
    • Origin:

      Nature and place-name
    • Description:

      Aspen is part of two groups of stylish and unique baby names: nature names and place-names. The name of a graceful tree in the poplar family with heart-shaped leaves so delicate they quiver in the gentlest breeze, Aspen is also the name of a trendy Colorado ski resort. Aspen started as a unisex name possibility but now is much more frequently worn by girls.
  8. Birch
    • Origin:

      English, German, Danish, and Swedish surname and tree name
    • Meaning:

      "dweller in the birch wood"
    • Description:

      One of the rarer tree names, Birch evokes imagery of the beautiful paper-white bark tree.

      Although a unisex name, the most notable people named Birch are men, such as Indiana senator Birch Evans Bayh Jr.

      Birch trees are very symbolic in many cultures. In Russia, birch trees are emblematic of grace, beauty, and strength. In Celtic culture, birch trees represent growth, stability, and adaptability.

  9. Cedar
    • Origin:

      Word name
    • Description:

      Fresh and fragrant nature name more apt to be used for a boy.
  10. Celyn
    • Origin:

      Welsh
    • Meaning:

      "holly"
    • Description:

      Traditionally a masculine name in Wales, Celyn (pronounced with a hard K) is now used for both boys and girls.
  11. Dale
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "valley"
    • Description:

      An early unisex nature name that has been surpassed by others, Dale is still a simple, sylvan and serene option.
  12. Dalia
    • Origin:

      Hebrew, Spanish, or Swahili
    • Meaning:

      "branch; dahlia; gentle"
    • Description:

      Similar in sound to the flower name Dahlia, this gentle but distinctive name, heard in many cultures, hits that Golden Mean between too popular and too unusual. In Lithuanian mythology, Dalia is a goddess of weaving and of fate.
  13. Daphne
    • Origin:

      Greek
    • Meaning:

      "laurel tree, bay tree"
    • Description:

      In Greek mythology, Daphne was the nymph daughter of Peneus, a river god. Peneus saved Daphne from Apollo’s romantic obsessions by transforming her into a laurel tree. It is from this myth that the plant genus daphne, which contains the laurel species, gets its name.
  14. Derby
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "park with deer"
    • Description:

      Derby might be considered a word name or a surname-name. In England, it would be pronounced darby, causing confusion with that similar name.
  15. Ebony
    • Origin:

      English
    • Description:

      An attractive and now underused nature name belonging to a tree whose wood is prized for its dark color and dense texture, which shines when polished. Ebony joined the most popular girl names list in the US in the early 1970s, peaked in 1982 at #132, and dropped back below the Top 1000 in 2006.
  16. Eila
    • Origin:

      Hebrew, Norwegian variation of Elina
    • Meaning:

      "oak tree; bright, shining light"
    • Description:

      Eila is a Hebrew name heard in Israel, due for wider consideration thanks to sound-alike sister Isla, as in actress Fisher. Either way you spell it, the name is simpler than it looks: Pronunciation is I, as in the letter, followed by la.
  17. Elm
    • Origin:

      Nature name
    • Description:

      For tree huggers.
  18. Elowen
    • Origin:

      Cornish
    • Meaning:

      "elm"
    • Description:

      A beautiful modern Cornish nature name that is rapidly picking up steam in the States: even spawning variant spellings like Elowyn and Elowynn. In its native region, it wasn't widely used as a name before the twentieth century, when the Cornish language was revived. A (currently) unique member of the fashionble El- family of names, it has a pleasant, evocative sound.
  19. Forest
    • Origin:

      French occupational name
    • Meaning:

      "woodsman or woods"
    • Description:

      Omitting the extra R of Forrest transforms the name from a masculine one referencing woodsmen to a unisex nature name.
  20. Glen
    • Origin:

      Scottish
    • Meaning:

      "narrow valley"
    • Description:

      Former traditional male name now in middle-aged limbo, but with a nice naturey meaning to endear it to modern parents. Actress Glenn Close is a famous female bearer.