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Emo girls names

Here are some emo girl names that I think are cool. I hope you like them!
  1. AlexandriaHeart
    • Origin:

      Variation of Alexandra, Greek
    • Meaning:

      "defending men"
    • Description:

      Alexandria turns Alexandra into a more distinctive place-name, in both Egypt and Virginia.
  2. AliceHeart
    • Origin:

      German
    • Meaning:

      "noble"
    • Description:

      Alice is a classic literary name that's both strong and sweet, which got a big bounce via Tina Fey's choice of the name for her daughter. Alice has experienced a recent surge in popularity along with other girl names starting with A.
  3. AndyHeart
    • AshlynnHeart
      • Origin:

        Irish
      • Meaning:

        "dream"
      • Description:

        This Anglicized spelling of Irish Aislinn or Aisling has enjoyed some popularity in the US as an updated Ashley.
    • AudreyHeart
      • Origin:

        English
      • Meaning:

        "noble strength"
      • Description:

        Audrey is one of the girls' names that have been rising due to their connection to Old Hollywood glamour—in this case the eternally chic and radiant Audrey Hepburn. Audrey has another very different appeal as one of the elite group of girl names that mean strong, brave, or powerful.
    • BellaHeart
      • Origin:

        Diminutive of Isabella, Italian
      • Meaning:

        "beautiful"
      • Description:

        Bella derived as a diminutive of Isabella and other names with the suffix -bella. While Isabella is a variation of Elizabeth and thus means "God is my oath," Bella is considered to mean "beautiful." This is because Bella is related to the word for "beautiful" in languages including Spanish, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Greek, as well as the name Belle, which means "beautiful" in French.
    • BillieHeart
      • Origin:

        English, diminutive of Wilhelmina, Wilma
      • Meaning:

        "resolute protection"
      • Description:

        Billie is a tomboy nickname name, part of the growing trend for using boyish nicknames for girls and now destined for stardom along with its most famous contemporary bearer, music sensation Billie Eilish.
    • CassadeeHeart
      • EdithHeart
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "prosperous in war"
        • Description:

          Edith was a hugely popular name a hundred years ago that's being revived among stylish parents in Stockholm and London. It's currently beginning to gain traction in the US among those with a taste for old-fashioned names with a soft but strong image.
      • HazelHeart
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "the hazelnut tree"
        • Description:

          Hazel has a pleasantly hazy, brownish-green-eyed, old-fashioned image that more and more parents are choosing to share. Former Old Lady name Hazel reentered the popularity lists in 1998 and now is near the top of the charts.
      • HollyHeart
        • Origin:

          English nature name
        • Description:

          Holly ranks just in British Top 50, but it's been out of favor here since the 1970s Era of Nickname Names. Still, the name may be on her way back as a rejuvenated nature pick.
      • JadeHeart
        • Origin:

          Spanish
        • Meaning:

          "stone of the side"
        • Description:

          As cool as the precious green stone said to transmit wisdom, clarity, justice, courage, and modesty, Jade has been rising in popularity since Mick and Bianca Jagger chose it for their daughter in 1971. Jade is one of the top names in France. Superchef Giada de Laurentiis chose it as the English translation of her own first name. Jade manages to strike the golden mean as one of the familiar-yet-unusual girl names starting with J.
      • JulietHeart
        • Origin:

          English from Latin
        • Meaning:

          "youthful or sky father"
        • Description:

          One of the most romantic names, the lovely and stylish Juliet seems finally to have shaken off her limiting link to Romeo. In Shakespeare's play, it was Juliet who said "What's in a name?"
      • JuneHeart
        • Origin:

          Latin
        • Meaning:

          "young"
        • Description:

          June, a sweetly old-fashioned month name derived from the goddess Juno, was long locked in a time capsule with June Allyson (born Ella) and June Cleaver, but is rising again especially as a middle name.
      • LilithHeart
        • Origin:

          Assyrian, Sumerian
        • Meaning:

          "ghost, night monster"
        • Description:

          Lilith is derived from the Akkadian word lilitu meaning "of the night." In Jewish folklore she is portrayed as Adam's rejected first wife, who was turned into a night demon for refusing to obey him. Lilith is unrelated to most other Lil- names, with the exception of Lilita, which is the Latvian variation.
      • LilyHeart
        • Origin:

          English flower name
        • Meaning:

          "lily"
        • Description:

          Lily came into use as a given name as a direct influence of the flower. The floral name was derived from the Latin lilium, itself derived from the Greek leirion. Lily later became an adjective to describe whiteness and purity.
      • LucyHeart
        • Origin:

          English variation of Lucia, Latin
        • Meaning:

          "light"
        • Description:

          Lucy is both saucy and solid, a saint's name and heroine of several great novels. First fashionable in England and Wales, Lucy is now popular in the US as well.
      • LunaHeart
        • Origin:

          Latin
        • Meaning:

          "moon"
        • Description:

          The name of the Roman goddess of the moon, Luna is derived straight from the Latin word for moon, luna. Luna may be the name most likely to surprise someone from an older generation by its Top 10 status in the US and its widespread international popularity.
      • MavisHeart
        • Origin:

          French
        • Meaning:

          "songbird"
        • Description:

          Mavis, another word for the song thrush, is also a relative of the Welsh word for strawberries, mefus. Mavis has something of a British World War II feel, a friend of Beryl and Doris, but it was quite popular in the U.S. a couple of decades earlier, peaking in the Roaring Twenties. With the renewed interest in names ending in 's' — and in bird names — Mavis could make a return, especially with the new interest in Maeve, and in fact, it reentered the US Top 1000 after a 50-year absence in 2016.
      • MegHeart
        • Origin:

          Diminutive of Margaret
        • Meaning:

          "pearl"
        • Description:

          Meg, perennially one of the Little Women, is a Margaret short form that manages to be neither quite in nor quite out of style. Meg is sleeker and more sophisticated than Maggie, more contemporary than Peg, more stylish than Megan, and still one of the best diminutives of Margaret.

          Meg Ryan was born Margaret Mary Emily Anne.