Iranian Girl Names

Being of Iranian descent, I was disappointed (though not really surprised) that there were no Iranian names on this site. There are a lot of Arabic names on here, and all of them have Persian variations, which I'll share with you. I'll also throw in some other ones that I think are really nice and give the meanings as well! xx Vowels are tricky in Persian. If the written pronunciation says "ah", it's pronounced like in the word, "father". If it simply has an "a", it's pronounced like the "a" in "apple". There are also a lot of guttural sounds in Persian that don't exist in the English language. You can drop them if they are too difficult. (That's what my friends have done!) Boys List to come soon!
  1. Anousheh
    • Arezoo
      • Avizeh
        • Azadeh
          • Banou
            • Farideh
              • Farangis
                • Fariba
                  • Farnaz
                    • Firouzeh
                      • Ghazaleh
                        • Goli
                          • Katayoun
                            • Khatereh
                              • Kimiya
                                • Laleh
                                  • Origin:

                                  • Meaning:

                                  • Description:

                                    A pretty Persian name with an equally lovely meaning
                                • Leila
                                  • Origin:

                                  • Meaning:

                                  • Description:

                                    Leila was popularized in the West by the poet Byron, who used it in his poem Don Juan for a ten-year-old Turkish girl. Leila also appears as a fairy in the Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera Iolanthe.
                                • Leili
                                  • Nasrin
                                    • Origin:

                                    • Meaning:

                                      "wild rose"
                                    • Description:

                                      Nasrin has a strong sound and lovely floral meaning. International variants include the Turkish Nesrin and Egyptian Nesreen.
                                  • Nahid