140+ Amazing Cancer Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Females born under the Cancer sign are not only caring but also moody at times. In addition to that, they’re very intuitive and vindictive when it comes to someone they hold close. Therefore, picking a name for her proves to be a humongous task that must be undertaken with utter caution in order to prevent her from holding any grudges in the near future and if you need any help, we’ve got your back.

List of Amazing Cancer Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Kai

Hawaiian origin; meaning the sea or the ocean

Livana

Hebrew origin; meaning the color white or the moon

Mahina

Swahili origin; meaning the moon

Kamaria

Swahili origin; meaning the light of the moon

Ariella

Latin origin; a version of the name Ariel

Ren

Japanese origin; translates to a water lily or a lotus

Lua

Portuguese origin; meaning lunar or the moon

Pearl

Latin origin; meaning a gem        

Delphine

French Origin; means a dolphin or a blue flower

Reba

Hebrew origin; meaning the baby who is born after three children

Betsy

Hebrew origin; a nickname for Elizabeth

Quilla

English origin; meaning a quill or a narrow part of a plant

Poppy

Latin origin; meaning a flower red in color

Thalassa

Greek origin; meaning belonging to the sea

Talia

Hebrew origin; meaning the pleasant dew coming down from above or connected to water

Solstice

Latin origin; meaning the time when the Sun does not move

Summer

English origin; named after the season

Zelenia

Greek origin; meaning the moon; a version of the name Selene

Tetra

Greek origin; translates to the number four

Thera

Spanish origin; meaning to reap; short for Theresa

Ida

Latin origin; named after Mount Ida; the birthplace of the god Zeus

Diana

Latin origin; meaning heavenly or having divinity

Genevieve

French origin; meaning a woman of a tribe

Eirian

Welsh origin; meaning like silver

Jolie

French origin name meaning attractive or lovely

Hala

Arabic origin; meaning a halo over the head

Altalune

Latin origin; meaning hovering the moon

Freya

Norse origin; meaning a woman of noble standings

Ayla

Mixed Turkish Hebrew origin; meaning the light of the moon; or an oak tree

Bronwen

Welsh origin; the one with the white bosom

Agatha

Greek origin; meaning a sensible female

Aqua

English origin; named after a color

Maheena

Hawaiian origin; meaning light of the moon or moon

Beckett

Mixed English Irish origin; meaning a small brook or a modest cottage

Elara

Greek Mythology; Lover of Zeus; also the moon of Jupiter

Amaya

Japanese origin; meaning the conclusion of the rain occurring at night

Cia

Latin origin; short for the name Cynthia

Aysu

Turkish origin; meaning water of the moon

Cora

Greek origin; meaning virgin or unmarried

Delta

Greek origin; Greek alphabet’s fourth letter

Nokomis

Native American origin; meaning last of the moons

Zenebe

Mixed African Amharic origin; meaning raining

Camellia

Czech origin; meaning a flower of Kamel

Brooks

English origin; meaning from the brook

Pensari

Thai origin; meaning full moon

Maha

Arabic origin; meaning moon

Clementine

French origin; meaning filler with mercy or subtle

Daisy

English origin; meaning a flower or the eye of the day

Kahlo

Spanish origin; named after an artist of Spain

June

Latin origin; named after the Goddess Juno

Julian

Latin origin; meaning the mother of the sky

Hakidonmuya

American origin; meaning the waiting time of the moon

Juno

Latin origin; named after the empress of the Heaven

Juliette

Latin origin; meaning young Julia; a version of Juliet with emphasis on the last syllable

Callisto

Greek origin; the third-large moon of our solar system

Fiammetta

Italian origin; meaning feminine or like fire

Meri

Maori origin; meaning the sea; a version of the name Mary

Myrna

Latin origin; meaning a naturally extracted resin or gum

Julie

Latin origin; meaning a flower or youthful

Ocean

Mixed origin; a name inspired by nature

Mabely

English origin; meaning a sugary person or moon

Neoma

Greek origin; meaning a new phase of the moon

Edith

English origin; meaning prosperous in times of emergency or war

Morrigan

Irish origin; meaning the ruler of the phantoms

Mona

English origin; meaning moon

Nuray

Turkish origin; meaning a shining moon; a version of Noor

Meryl

Irish origin; a version of the name Muriel or Meriel; meaning the great glistening sea

Alcmene

Mixed Greek Latin origin; meaning the might of the moon

Morwenna

Welsh origin; meaning the sea waves

Nahla

Arabic origin; meaning a sip of water

Solange

French origin; meaning singular or solemn

River

English origin; named after the free-flowing water body

Dakota

American origin; meaning she who has friendly love; named after a place

Ruby

Latin origin; meaning a valuable gem which is dark red in color

Silver

English origin; a metal name

Sasi

Thai origin; translates to the moon

Lilou

French origin; a version of lily

Rose

Latin origin; named after the flower rose

Selena

Greek origin; denoting the Lunar Deity

Soleil

French origin; meaning the sun; pronounced so-ley

Harriet

Teutonic origin; meaning the home’s mistress

Cynthia

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of the moon

Vesta

Latin origin; named after the goddess of families

Marina

Latin origin; meaning sea-maiden

Hestia

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of a fireplace

Gillian

Latin origin; meaning she who is born in the month of June

Artemis

Greek origin; named after the Lunar Goddess

Lennox

Mixed Scottish and Gaelic origin; meaning full of trees of elm

Cordelia

Celtic origin; meaning sea jewel

Delia

Greek origin; meaning the goddess of the night sky

Nina

Babylonian origin; named after the daughter of the Water God

Phoebe

Greek origin; another name for the Goddess of the moon

Leontine

 French origin; translates to the lion; also spelled as Leontyne

Crescent

English origin; related to the moon’s physical features

Shannon

Gaelic origin; meaning an ancient river

Amaris

Hebrew origin; meaning Moon’s girl

Whitney

English origin; meaning belonging to the white island’

Gaynor

Irish origin; meaning fair or equitable

Malia

Hawaiian origin; meaning bitter also spelled Maliae

Shannah

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning water that is slow-paced

Mercy

English origin; meaning she who has compassion

Quennie

English origin; meaning from a noble background

Veronica

Latin origin; meaning someone bringing victory; nicknamed nick

Ostara

English origin; meaning the moon goddess

Lamis

Arabic origin; meaning something that is tender or delicate

Morning

American origin; meaning the beginning of a new day

Meg

English origin; meaning a gem or a pearl

Philomena

Greek origin; meaning someone who loves the moon

Acai

Portuguese origin; meaning a fruit or to expel water

Odette

French origin; meaning she who loves her home

Liliana

Mixed Spanish; Italian origin; means lily

Margaret

Latin origin; meaning a precious stone

Cassidy

Irish origin; meaning one who has curly hairs

Galatea

Greek origin; meaning a nymph of the sea

Jane

English origin; meaning God is kind or courteous

Fiona

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning she who is fair

Priscilla

Latin origin; translates to ancient; the name of Tolkien’s daughter

Isis

Egyptian origin; named after the moon Goddess of Egypt

Elvira

Latin origin; meaning a fair lady

Atalaya

Arabic origin; meaning a tower to watch from

Dianne

Latin origin; meaning she who hunts or the goddess of the moon

Dara

Hebrew origin; meaning a wisdom gem

Mildred

English origin; meaning subtle power or strength

Argira

Greek origin; meaning like silver

Bianca

Italian origin; meaning fair-skinned or white

Liberty

A girl’s name and a very uncommon name of virtue.

Dee

Latin origin; meaning the moon goddess

Paige

English origin; meaning a page of a lord

Drusilla

Latin origin; meaning precipitation in the form of dew

Hadley

English origin; meaning one who belongs to the fields of Hadda

Endora

Hebrew origin; meaning a pretty fountain

Carmen

Mixed Spanish and Italian origin; meaning vineyard of the god

Isadora

Greek origin; meaning gifted by Isis

Saoirse

Irish origin; translates to liberty

Margo

Latin origin; meaning a maiden of the sea

Ula

Celtic origin; meaning a precious stone from the sea

Jennie

English origin; another variant for the name Jennifer

Sue

Hebrew origin; short for Susan; meaning a lily

Garcia

Portuguese origin; meaning graceful

Dagmar

Danish origin; meaning the dignity of the Danes

Maureen

Irish origin; meaning one who belongs to the sea or sour

Dalal

Arabic origin; meaning loving or kind

Dalila

African origin; meaning very gentle or careful

Sumira

Arabic origin; meaning one who is pleasant to accompany

Dahab

Arabic origin; meaning like gold

Danae

Romanian origin; meaning a resident of Denmark

Danele

Basque origin; the female version of the name Daniel; meaning a judge

Damia

Greek origin; named after Damia from the Greek Mythology

Dalit

Hebrew origin; meaning to scoop water out

Dibe

Native Navajo origin; translates to cattle or sheep

Dia

Greek origin; named after the daughter of Eineus

Devona

English origin; meaning a guardian or a resident of Devonshire

Dete

Swiss origin; meaning lucky

Della

German origin; meaning very smart or intelligent

Deborah

Hebrew origin; meaning a bee

Darline

English origin; meaning to see

Zoe

Greek origin; meaning life

Amazing Cancer Baby Girl Names

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