265+ Baby Girl Names Born on Thanksgiving Day

Who doesn’t enjoy a big hearty meal and that’s exactly what Thanksgiving is famous for. Girls born on this day should be rewarded with a name worthy of their qualities of gratitude, humility, and grace and if you agree with us make sure to check the list below.

Here are Baby Girl Names Born on Thanksgiving Day

Berry

English origin; named after a fruit

Bathsheba

Hebrew origin; literally translates to the female heir of a promise

Alden

English origin; meaning an old companion who is wise

 Autumn

English origin; named after a season

Amity

Latin origin; translates to companionship

Aurelia

Latin origin; meaning she who is golden

Josepha

Hebrew origin; feminine version of the name Joseph

Apple

English origin; named after the fruit

Mercy

English origin; meaning a strong sense of compassion

Maize

English origin; named after a color

Junia

Latin origin; meaning she who is born in June

Marigold

English origin; named after a flower; meaning a golden flower

Jayden

Hebrew origin; meaning he who is grateful; also spelled Jaden

Sage

Latin origin; named after a herb; meaning all-knowing

Pomona

Latin origin; translates to an apple

Rosemary

Latin origin; named after an herb; translates to dew

Verity

Latin origin; meaning the truth or facts

Theresa

Spanish origin; meaning the season of harvesting

Priscilla

Latin origin; translates to old or historic; nicknamed Prisca

Remember

English origin; meaning not to forget

Tess

Spanish origin; short for Theresa; meaning harvesting season

Prudence

English origin; translates to being cautious; a virtue

Persis

Greek origin; meaning a woman from Persia

Zendaya

Shona origin; meaning to be thankful

Susanna

Hebrew origin; meaning the flower lily

Peregrine

Latin origin; meaning a wanderer; or he who goes on a pilgrim

Faith

English origin; meaning having complete trust; a virtue

Plum

English origin; named after a fruit tree

Grace

English origin; meaning she who is graceful; a virtue name

Chrysanthemum

Greek origin; named after the flower; gold in color

Patience

Latin origin; meaning to be patient; a virtue

Ceres

Roman origin; named after the Goddess of farming and grain

Elias

Hebrew origin; meaning my savior is Yahweh

Hope

English origin; a virtue

Crisanta

Greek origin; named after a flower golden in color

Grania

Irish origin; translates to corn’s grain

Demetria

Greek origin; translates to he who follows Demeter

Charity

English origin; meaning to give selflessly; a virtue

Odelia

Hebrew origin; translates to her who thanks the God

Venetia

Celtic origin; meaning praised by God

Beatrice

English origin; meaning the bringer of joy

Mereya

Latin origin; translates to a miracle or magic

Amari

African origin; meaning powerful or immortal

Jeanne

French origin; feminine version of the name jean; meaning the grace of God

Genevieve

French origin; meaning blessed by God 

Anna

Greek origin; meaning filled with grace; short for Hannah

Behati

African origin; meaning graceful or blessed

Sienna

Italian origin; translates to the color brown or reddish-brown

Rhea

Latin origin; meaning a small stream

Orla

Celtic origin; meaning a princess of gold

Melena

Greek origin; meaning as yellow as the canary bird

Clara

Latin origin; meaning renowned or bright

Annona

Roman origin; named after the Goddess of harvest

Brandy

English origin; named after a brownish-red shade

Jora

Hebrew origin; translates to the rain in winter

Susan

Hebrew origin; translated to lily or rose

Eve

Hebrew origin; translates to breathe

Noelle

French origin; the feminine word for Noel; meaning Christmas

Sarah

Hebrew origin; the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament

Natalia

Latin origin; refers to the Day of Christmas

Emmanuelle

Hebrew origin; the female form of the name Emmanuel

Jesse

Hebrew origin; a nickname for Jessica; used for both boys and girls

Nia

Swahili origin; translates to resolve or brilliance

Narcissa

Greek origin; meaning daffodil

Amaryllis

Greek origin; meaning to sparkle; also a flower

Bianca

Italian origin; meaning white

Miracle

Latin origin; meaning a wonder or marvel

Orli

Hebrew origin; meaning light; also spelled Orly

Beth

Named after Bethlehem city; birthplace of Jesus

Gloria

Taken from the word glory; mentioned in various hymns and carols

Natasha

Russian origin; meaning born in Christmas

Ember

English origin; means very hot ashes

Loretta

Italian origin; a version of Laura; a place in Italy

Zara

Arabic origin; popularized by the retail fashion chain Zara

Adilia

Arabic origin; an old name of Pleiades

Eloine

Latin origin; meaning worthy

Sallie

Hebrew origin; meaning a princess

Lucy

Variation of Lucia; English Origin; means light

Asteria

Origin in Greek mythology; means star or starry

Vivian

Latin origin; means alive

Elpida

Greek origin; meaning hope

Myrtle

Derived from the plant name Myrtus

Samuela

Hebrew origin; meaning one with a good heart

Gladiola

Latin origin; a flower name; means little sword

Sidonia

French origin; means flower of Saint Denys

Brooklyn

American origin; meaning land which is broken; named after a place

Rebecca 

Hebrew origin; meaning to hold together or to bind

Emma

Latin origin; meaning common or genera or universal 

Lydia

Greek origin; meaning a noble or beautiful one

Sydney

French origin; meaning a wide meadow; also the name of a city in Australia

Jade

English origin; meaning a gemstone of green color 

Melody

English origin; translates to a tune of a song

Nicole 

French origin; meaning the success of the people 

Nancy

English origin; meaning a person who is filled with grace 

Evelyn

English origin; meaning a bird which is beautiful 

Samantha 

American origin; meaning a listener 

Abigail

Hebrew origin; meaning a fathers joy; 3rd wife of Moses

Yule

English origin; refers to the time of winter

Lumi

Finnish origin; meaning snow or snowfall

Galaliea

Hebrew origin; a version of Galilee; a place in Israel

Karen

Hebrew origin; Meaning pure or holy

Magi

Hebrew origin; named after the three wise men who visit little Jesus

Barbara

Greek origin; translates to foreign

Cindy

English origin; a nickname for Cynthia or Lucinda

Jacqueline

The feminine word for Jacques; French Origin

Henrietta

Meaning the ruler of an estate or a Queen; feminine version of Henry

Alouette

 French origin; meaning lark

Darya

Russian origin; meaning Queen of the Sea

Geraldine

French origin; the female form of Gerald; meaning Ruler with a spear

Vasilia

Greek origin; feminine form of Vasil

Belva

Latin origin; meaning a beautiful view

Electa

Greek origin; meaning amber

Meredith

Welsh origin; meaning a great ruler

Antinea

French origin; named after the Queen of Atlantis

Miral

Gree origin; meaning a reigning queen

Makeda

Hebrew origin; meaning beautiful

Dorcas

Aramaic origin; meaning gazelle; a version of Tabitha

Terra

 Latin origin; meaning land or earth

Sharia

Hebrew origin; meaning a princess

Pax

Means peace in Latin; Goddess of Peace

Iphigenia

Greek origin; meaning the one of royal birth

Diana

English origin; meaning divine or angelic

Maia

Greek origin; named after the Greek Goddess of spring

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