Prettiest Girl Names That We Haven’t Heard Before

Parents are always on the hunt for a cool baby name that is unique and perfect for their babies. They want a name that is as pretty as their little girl and there are only a few names that can justify the fairness of the babies. The name, while it should be unique, should not be over the top and also should be easy to pronounce.

Elodie

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Pronounced as EL-oh-dee, the name is taken from the Greek name Alodia, which is equally beautiful. The name is quite harmonious and translates to “foreign riches”. Right now, the name is most popular in France.

Fleurelle

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The name is derived from the popular French name Fleur. The name has no direct meaning but the original name translates to Rose. For a close translation, parents can say that the name means floral or elegant like a flower.

Mahalia

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Many parents are considering the name Malala given the heroic life of the activist Malala Yousef. However, there is an even prettier name, Mahalia, which has a Hebrew descent and translates to tenderness or affection.

Airlia

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We have all heard of the unisex name Airlie. This is a more feminine version of the name and it is both memorable and unique. There is no direct translation for Airlia but Airlie means Eagle Wood and Airlia could mean the same.

Verene

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This is one of the more sophisticated names on our list. The name is quite modern and it is derived from Vera (which means faith) and Verena (which means integrity).

Siren

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Although Siren is a very popular word, it is not used as a name. The word has Greek roots and was the name of mythical creatures that came out of the sea with a beautiful song that attracted sailors. The name is quite associated with magic and beauty.

Lavender

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At the sounds of it, Lavender would make a beautiful name for a baby girl. The sound of the name is quite soft and feminine and you can always put lavender perfume on your baby to name her like the smell of the perfume she would wear.

Izanya

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This is one of the most uncommon names in the world which is why it does not have a meaning of its own. However, the name was derived from the masculine name Isaiah, which means Salvation of the Lord.

Vedette

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This is a bolder version of the name Odette. Since the name starts with a V, there is an instant edge to the name but it retains the soft and feminine sound of Odette. There is no direct meaning of Vedette but Odette has French and German origins and means wealthy.

Amaris

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Amaris is a unisex name that has a feminine version, Amara. The meaning of both the names is the same, translating to grace or bitter, depending on the root that you consider since the name has its roots both in Igbo and Latin.

Orlena

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The fans of Game of Thrones might remember the name Olenna, which is a Russian version of the name Helen. However, Orlena is a derivation of Olenna and has its roots in both Russian and Greek. The translation for the name comes out to be a bright shining light.

Lilja

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Even though the spelling of the name is quite unique, it is derived from the popular name Lily. It is pronounced as Leal-jah or Leel-ee-ah, and is the Finnish version of Lillian.

Rozania

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Rose and Roseanna have been popular for decades but the parents of today want something unique. The choice left is Rozania, which is a beautiful version of the name.

Azura

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Azure has become a popular unisex name but if you are looking for something more feminine, you should go with Azura. The variation also refers to the bright bluish hue as Azure.

Thela

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The name is quite unusual and it is not present among the name charts. It does not have a direct meaning either. Pronounced as Th-ay-la, this short name keeps with the trend of keeping short names for the children.

Tahira

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Tahira has its origins in the Arabic language and its meaning is as pure as its pronounciation, Tah-hee-ra. It translates to pure or virtuous and it would be a beautiful name for a baby girl.

Kimbella

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If you like the names Kimberly and Isabella, you would certainly like Kimbella, which is a mixture of the two names. A trend has started which combines two names and makes for a beautiful third one.

Samaya

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Consider this variation of Savannah or Samara if you are looking for something unique. The root word for this name is Sameh, a Hebrew word for forgiving.

Catalea

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Catalea has its origins in Spanish and it is a religious word that means blessing, pure, or holy. It is a great alternative if you are already considering something like Catherine.

Nashaly

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This name is a longer version of the popular name Nash and it is even more feminine. It can serve as a great alternative for the parents who are looking to name their girl Natasha or Natalie.

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