260+ Baby Girl Names Born on Fourth July; Independence Day

American Independence Day is celebrated on the 4th of July since 1776 and is marked as a public holiday. Girls born on this day are free-spirited and lively in nature and if you want to pick a name that matches their spirit animal, head straight into the list given below.

Here are Baby Girl Names Born on Fourth July; Independence Day

Denver

English origin, named after a place in the United States of America

Atlanta

English origin, named after a place in America

America

English origin, named after the country

Democracy

English origin, meaning people have the power

Brooklyn

English origin, named after a place in the United States of America

Abigail

Hebrew origin, translates to being joyful

Dakota 

English origin, named after a place in the United States of America

Amber

English origin, named after a precious jewel

Chicago

English origin, named after a place in the United States of America

Arizona

A name of Native American origin can be translated to little springs

Indiana

English origin, named after a place in The United States of America

Amelia

Derived from German, which literally translates to work

Delphine

French Origin, means a dolphin or a blue flower

Eleanor

French origin, named after the Queen of France

Boston

English origin, named after a place in The United States of America

Ember

Derived from French roots not to be confused with Amber

Sequoia

Latin origin, named after a giant tree

Susanna

 A name of Hebrew origin meaning the flower Lilly, nicknamed Susan or Sanna.

Tennessee

Native American origin, popularized by young rock star Tennessee Thomas.

Cherokee

Native American origin, named after a tribe who usually stayed in mountains or caves

Betsy

English origin, short for the name Elizabeth

Freeda

American origin, a version of the word Freedom

Amara

American origin, a version of the name America

Julia

Latin origin, named after the month of July

Liberty

English origin another name for freedom

Tahoe

Native American Origin, which means the edge of a lake, named after a famous lake

Virginia

Latin origin; means virginal or pure

Norrice

French origin; means nurse

Bay

English, French and Dutch origin; means berry

Jane

English origin, means God is gracious

Ethel

English origin; mean noble maiden

Chrysa

Greek origin; means gold

Kai

Hawaiian origin; means willow tree or sea

Kitty

English origin; means pure

Luella

Derived from the word Louis, means famous warrior

Agnes

Greek origin; means virginal or pure

Misae

Native American origin; means white sun

Suma

English origin; means a child born in summer

Patricia

Latin origin; means noble or a woman who is noble

London

English origin name meaning who belongs from a great river

Ivy

English origin, meaning a climber plant of the vine 

Paige

English origin name meaning an auxiliary or a page 

Catherine

Greek origin, meaning saintly or pure

Everly 

English origin, the meaning of the like of a boar

Destiny 

American origin, meaning providence or nemesis

Aubree

English origin, meaning a ruler who is noble 

Mya 

American origin, meaning pit or mine 

Savannah

Native American origin name meaning a vast open plain

Summer

English origin, meaning summer, name of a season

Melody

English origin name meaning a tune of a song

Leilani

Hawaiian origin, meaning heir or Royal or a divine flower

Scarlett

English origin name meaning a color, deep red

Alexa

American origin name meaning protector of the people 

Billie 

English origin name meaning strength or determination, short for Wilhelmina

Jocelyn

English origin, meaning a boon

Maya

English origin, meaning a noble bother or hallucination

Eliza

English origin, meaning a person whose pledge is god 

Nancy

English origin, meaning a person who is full of grace 

Evelyn

English origin, meaning a bird which is beautiful 

Harmony 

English origin, translates to a combination of musical chords

Merry

English origin, meaning lighthearted or happy

Samantha 

American origin, meaning a listener 

Holly

American origin, meaning a tree or a shrub

Carol

English origin, meaning free man, a nickname for Caroline

Ember

English origin, means very hot ashes

Beth

Named after Bethlehem city, the birthplace of Jesus

Jeanette

Meaning God is gracious, popularized by Carols, nicknamed Jean

Olive

English origin, meaning an olive tree 

Karen

Latin origin, meaning pure or holy

Clementine

Latin origin, means compassionate

Paloma

Translates to the bird dove

Stephanie

Greek origin, meaning a crown

Aster

Greek origin, meaning star, also spelled Astor

Barbara

Greek origin, translates to foreign or unknown

Unity

English origin, meaning oneness, a virtue name

Faith

The English version of the Latin word fidere, meaning strong belief

Cindy

Nickname for Cynthia or Lucinda

Juliette

Latin origin, a version of the name Juliet

Cordelia

Celtic origin, translated to heart or daughter of the sea

Sequoia

Translates to a sparrow in Native American language

Quanda

English origin, meaning a queen

Mercy

English origin, means deep compassion

Malia

Hawaiian origin, which means bitter

Veronica

Latin origin, translates to she who brings victory

Claret

English origin, meaning dark red

Edwina

English origin, female word for Edwin, meaning a rich friend

Felicia

Latin origin, meaning happy or lucky

Katy

English origin, short for Katherine

Alodia

Latin origin, meaning riches, wealth, or property

Lolani

Hawaiian origin, translates to the royalty of hawks 

Macy

English origin, meaning hill

Riona

Irish origin, meaning like a queen

Esme

English origin, meaning esteemed, short for Esmeralda

Hattie

English origin, meaning the ruler of an estate

Faye

English origin, meaning a fairy

Marjorie

English origin, meaning a pearl

Jill

English origin, meaning God’s child

Beck

English origin, meaning brook or stream

Cia

English origin, meaning beautiful

Chloe

Greek origin, meaning blooming

Anais

A version of the name Anna means grace

Fawn

English origin, meaning younger deer

Tess

English origin, short for Theressa

Coco

American origin, short for Cocoa Bean

Jolie

American origin, means pretty or beautiful

Rain

English origin, named after the rainy season

Verity

English origin, meaning the truth

Dovie

American origin, meaning peace

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