250+ Shining Celebrity Baby Girl Names

The name of your baby is a precious asset to you which requires deep thinking and analyzation. The best guarantee that you can get when it comes to a baby’s name is to pick something that will forever be in trend and always sound cool, and if that’s the case, what’s better than picking a celebrity name.

Shining Celebrity Baby Girl Names

Olga

Meaning holy, successful, or blessed, popularized by Olga Kurylenko and Fonda

Esther

Meaning a star, famous for Yu, Acebo, Garrel, Earl 

Mary

Hebrew origin, named after the mother of Jesus, known for Winestead, Kom, Shelley

Sarah

Hebrew origin, the wife of Abraham, Silverman, Jones, Hyland, Paulson, Jessica Parker 

Grace

Meaning blessing or favor, a virtue name, popularized by Kelly, Park, and Jones

Paige

English roots translate to ‘page to a lord’, Turco, Spara, Brown (the sister of Millie Bobby Brown)

Gwen

Welsh origin, short for Gwendolyn, popularized by Gwen Stefani

Kelly

Irish surname, meaning descendant, Lynch, Brook, Kelly, Clarkson, Preston among others

Jennifer

Cornwall roots, meaning the fair one, most popularized by Lawrence, Lopez, Connely, and Aniston

Macy

English origin, meaning ‘hill’, famous for Macy Kate and Gray

Emma

German origin, meaning whole or universal, famous for Thompson, Stone, Mackey, Watson, and Roberts

Mia

Italian origin, short for Maria, famous for Farrow and X

Chloe

Greek origin, meaning blooming, best known for Grace Moretz, Bennet, and Marshall

Rose

Named after the flower rose, Rose Leslie and Byrne are well known

Brook

A tree, popularized by Brook Shields

Kate

English origin, short for Katherine, popularized by Middleton, Beckinsale, Winslet, Upton, Hudson, Moss 

Hele

Greek origin, meaning bright or a shining light, known for Mirren, Hunt, and McCrory

Judith

Hebrew origin, meaning woman of Judea, popularized by Grand Master Judith Polgar

Sia

Meaning victory, popularized by the singer Sia

Mila

Meaning a servant of the temple, most famous for Mila Kunis

Jenny

Meaning the fair one, short for Jennifer, best known for Jenny Slate

Melissa

Greek origin, meaning a honey bee, inspired by Leo, Benoist, McCarthy, Fumera 

Cher

French origin, meaning beloved, popularized by the singer Cher

Meg

Mixed Greek, English origin, meaning pearl, Meg Ryan is well known

Brie

Latin origin, meaning marshland, popularized by Brie Larson

Adele

German origin, meaning noble, popularized by Adele

Liv

Nordic origin, meaning a shelter or protection, popularized by Liv Tyler

Mabel

Meaning violet, famous for the artist Mabel

Laila

Arabic origin, translates to ‘night’ or ‘holy’, name of Muhammad Ali’s daughter

Candy

Cushitic origin, a hereditary title, Candace Owens is well known

Lucy

Latin origin, meaning ‘light’, popularized by Lucy Liu

Drew

Short for Andrew, popularized by Drew Barrymore

Holly

English origin, meaning ‘tree’ or ‘shrub’, inspired by  Holm, Hunter, Marie Combs, Madison 

Betsy

Derived from Hebrew, short for Elizabeth, well known for Sodaro and Brandt

Leah

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘weariness’ or ‘ruler’, popularized Lewis, Remini, and Pipes

Amy

French origin, meaning deeply loved or beloved, most famous for Adams, Schumer, and Winehouse

Jane

English origin, meaning the grace of Jehovah, well known for Fonda and Parish 

Blake 

Meaning dark-haired, popularized by Blake Lively

Christina

Greek origin, meaning a follower of the Christ, Perri, Aguiler, Hendricks among others

Aubrey

French roots mean ‘Queen of elves’ or a ‘supernatural being’, famous for Aubrey Plaza

Margaret

English origin, meaning a pearl, well known by Thatcher and Qually

Scarlett

English origin, meaning Red, popularized by Scarlet Johansson

Elizabeth

Hebrew origin, meaning queen, most popularized by Olsen, Banks, Reaser, Chambers

Maisie

Scottish origin, meaning pearl, popularized by Maisie Williams

Sophie

A version of Sofia, Turner, most known for Brussaus, Winkleman 

Sofia

Greek origin, meaning wisdom, popularized by Vergara, Richie, Carson

Margot

Greek origin, meaning pearl, popularized by Margot Robbie

Cate

A version of Kate, famous for Cate Blanchett

Zendeya

Shona name, meaning thanks, recently popularized by Zendaya

Maria

A form of Mary, most famous for Maria Sharapova

Millie

German origin, meaning labor, popularized by Millie Bobby Brown

Sharon

Hebrew origin, meaning a fertile plain, popularized by Sharon Stone

Emily

Roman origin, inspired by Blunt, Ratajkowski, Osment 

Emilia

Latin origin, meaning strength, Popularized by Emilia Clarke

Kylie

Gaelic origin, meaning boomerang, famous for Kylie Jenner

Kim

Korea origin, meaning gold, most famous for Kim Kardashian

Amber

Arabic origin, meaning a resin, Amber Heard and Rose are well known

Naomi

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘beautiful’, popularized by Naomi Watts and Scott

Natalia

Latin origin refers to the Day Of Christmas, popularized by Natalie Portman

Barbara

Greek origin translates to ‘foreign’, popularized by Barbara Streisand

Melania 

Greek origin, meaning ‘black’ or ‘dark’, popularized by Melania Trump

Dakota

 Native American origin, meaning ‘friendly love’, popularized by the actress Dakota Fanning.

Saoirse

Irish origin translates to ‘liberty’, popularized by the actress Saoirse Ronan.

Winslet

Means ‘wynn’s channel’ or ‘a stream’, popularized by Kate Winslet

Katy

English origin, short for Katherine, popularized by Katy Perry

Katherine

Meaning pure, recently popularized by Katherine Langford

Olivia

Meaning an olive tree, popularized by Olivia Munn and Wilde

Octavia

Meaning eight, popularized by Octavia Spencer

Gwyeneth

Meaning happiness popularized by Gwyeneth Paltrow

Daphne

Meaning laurel, popularized by Daphne Keen

Rebecca

Hebrew origin, means to mind, popularized by Rebecca Ferguson

Evangeline

Refers to good news, popularized by Evangeline Lily

Penelope

Meaning weaver, popularized by Penelope Cruze

Audrey

Meaning noble strength, popularized by Audrey Hepburn

Viola

Meaning purple, popularized by Viola Davis

Meryl

Irish origin, meaning sea or bright, well known for Meryl Streep

Ana

Spanish origin, meaning gracious, famous for Ana De Armas and Gesteyer

Monica

African origin, meaning unique, popularized by Monica Belucci

Michelle

Female for Michael, inspired by the great Rodriguez, Obama, Pfeiffer, Monaghan 

Kiera

Meaning dark, most popularized by actress Kiera Knightley

Marilyn

Comes from Mary and Lynn, popularized by the Great Marilyn Monroe

Charlize

The female version of Charles, Charlize Theron is well known

Katie

English origin, meaning pure, well known for Cassidy, Holmes, Leung, Melus 

Shailene

Irish origin, meaning stately, popularized by Shailene Woodley

Salma 

Arabic origin, meaning peace, famous for Salma Hayek

Sandra

Short for Cassandra, popularized by Sandra Bullock

Chicago

French origin, meaning ramps, daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Megan

Welsh origin, meaning pearl, recently inspired by Fox, Thee Stallion, Young, Mullally, and Markle 

 Selena

Greek origin, meaning moon, popularized by Selena

Taylor

French origin, meaning to cut, famous for Swift and Hill

Cobie

Greek origin, meaning protected by God, popularized by Cobie Smulders

Gal

Hebrew origin, meaning a wave, popularized by Gal Gadot

Anne

French origin, meaning Grace, well known for Hathaway, Frank, Marie, and Curtis

Marion

Hebrew origin, meaning Bitter, popularized by Marion Cotillard

Mindy

German origin, meaning love, popularized by Mindy Kaling

Courtney

French origin, a descendant name, inspired by Cox, Love, Hope Forr

Tina 

English origin, meaning river, well known for Fey and Turner

Cecily

Latin origin, meaning blind, famous for Cecily Strong

Stefani

Female for Stefano, the real name of Lady Gaga, also known as Gwen Stefani

Pink

A color, popularized by the singer Pink

Alecia

Spanish origin, meaning nobility, made famous by  Silverstone and the real name of Pink

Angelina

Greek origin, meaning an angel, popularized by Angelina Jolie

Nicole

French origin, meaning victory, Kidman, Richie, Maines, and Scherzinger are well known

Julia

Latin origin, meaning from the family of Julus, best known for Julia Roberts and Stiles

Reese

Welsh origin, meaning ardent, popularized by Reese Witherspoon

Julianne

French origin, Julia plus Anne, popularized by Moore, the sister of Demi Moore

Jessica

Hebrew origin, meaning foresighted, most inspired by actresses Alba, Biel, Chastain 

Alexandra

Greek origin, female for Alexander, popularized by Alexandra Daddario and Mckenzie

Cameron

Scottish origin, meaning bent or crooked, popularized by Cameron Diaz

Nicky

English origin, meaning victory, most popularized by Nicky Minaj and Whelan

Mariah

English origin, meaning bitter or the sea, well known for Mariah Carey

Caline

Latin origin, meaning heavenly, most popularized by Celine Dion

Miley

American origin, meaning a smiley, famous for Miley Cyrus

Britney

English origin, meaning from Great Britain, Britney Spears is well known

Whitney

English origin, means from the white island, popularized by Whitney Houston

Ariana

Greek origin, meaning from the land of Aryans, best known for Ariana Grande

Shakira

Arabic origin, meaning thankful, popularized by singer Shakira, spouse of Gerard Pique

Diana

French origin, meaning divine, popularized by Diana Ross and Princess Diana

Demi

Short for Demetria, popularized by Demi More and Lovato

Avril

French origin, meaning April month, most famous for Avril Lavigne

Karen

Short for Katherine, most popularized by Karen Gillian

Janet

French origin, meaning little Joan, famous for the great Jackson, Shearon, Julian, Mock, McTean 

 Donna

Italian origin, meaning a woman, inspired by Pescow, Reed, Karan, Summer, Mills 

Stevie

Short for Stephanie, famous for Stevie Nicks

Cyndi

Short for Cynthia, popularized by Cyndi Lauper

Judi

Short for Judith, famous for the Great Dame Judi Dench

Judy

Another form of Judy, Garland, Collins, Mikovits is among the greats

Beyonce

A surname, most popularized by the singer Beyonce

Rihanna

Mixed origin, meaning a flower, popularized by singer Rihanna

Aqua

Latin origin, meaning water or sea, recently popularized by Aquafina

Oprah

Hebrew origin, meaning a Gazelle, famous for Oprah Winfrey, 

Eva

Hebrew origin, meaning life, Mendes, Longoria, Green is well known

Isla

Spanish origin, named after an island, most popularized by Isla Fisher 

Rachel

Hebrew origin, meaning pure, McAdams, Weisz, Bloom are well known

Serena

Latin origin, meaning serene, peaceful, most famous for Serena Williams

 Billie

Short for Wilhelmina, recently inspired by Eilish, Jean King, Bird, Piper 

Lindsey

Scottish origin, meaning from the island of Lind, popularized by Stirling, Vonn, McKeon, Gort 

Lindsay

Another form of Lindsey, popularized by Lohan and Duncan

Alex

Short for Alexander, well known for Morgan and Borstein

Steffi

Short for Stephanie, most famous for Steffi Graff

Caroline

German origin, meaning valuable or beloved, Konstar, Wozniacki and Flack are well known

Perry

English origin, meaning a pear tree, popularized by Perry Edwards

Cara

Greek origin, meaning beloved, popularized by Cara Delevingne

Taraji

Swahili origin, meaning Faith, Taraji P. Henson is well known

Jada

Feminine for Jade, best known for Jada Pinkett Smith, the wife of Will Smith

Gabrielle

French origin, feminine for Gabriel, Wilde, Union, and Chanel are well known

Kerry

Irish origin, Kennedy, Washington, Katona, and Bishe are well known

Zoe

Greek origin, meaning life, inspired by Saldana, Kravitz, Levin, Perry, and Boyle 

Veronica

Latin origin, meaning victory, famous for Echegui, Dunn, and Mars

Angela

Greek origin, meaning messenger of God, Merkel, Trimbur, Bassett, and Davis are well known

Martina

Greek origin, the meaning of Mars, popularized by Stoessel, Hingis, and Navratilova 

Lisa

English origin, meaning God’s promise, most popularized by Kudrow, Ray, Bonet, Marie 

Hope

English origin, popularized by footballer Hope Solo

Nancy

A version of Anne, famous for Sinatra, Springer, Momoland, and Kerrigan

Frances

Latin origin, meaning a free one, popularized by Frances McDormand

Joey

Hebrew origin, short for Joseph, recently popularized by Joey King

Zooey

Greek origin, a form of Zoe, popularized by Zooey Deschanel

Carey

Gaelic origin, meaning son of Fiachra, Lowell, Mulligan, and Corden are well known

Hailee

English origin, meaning meadow, recently popularized by Hailee Steinfeld

Frieda

German origin, meaning peace, well known for Frieda Pinto

Shelley

English origin, meaning the edge of a meadow, most popular for Hennig and Duvall

Ashley

English origin, meaning an ash tree meadow, Benson, Greene, Judd, and Graham are well known

Lana

Irish origin, a version of Helen or Alana, popularized by Lana Del Rey

Venessa

Latin origin, meaning Venus, most well-known for Hudgens, Kirby, Morgan, Bryant, Ray 

Ellen

Greek origin, meaning torch, most famous for Page, De Genres and Pompeo

Nina

Spanish origin, meaning granddaughter, popularized by Nina Dobrev

Maggie

English origin, meaning pearl, most popularized by Smith, Grace, Gyllenhaal (sister of Jake), Siff 

Lily

Named after the flower, Collins, James, Aldridge, Rabe, Rose-Depp are among the greats

Laura

Latin origin, meaning a bay laurel plant, well known for Haddock, Harrier, Leighton, Dern, Vandervoort 

Isabel

Spanish origin, short for Elizabeth, most known for Lucas and May

Rosamund

Latin origin, meaning a pure rose, popularized by Rosamund Pike

Diane

Persian origin, meaning supplier, Keaton, Kruger, Lane are well known

Odette

French origin, meaning the sea, popularized by Odette Annable

Kristen

Mixed origin, a form of Christian, popularized by Stewart, Bell, and Wiig

Jodie

Hebrew origin, meaning a Jewish Woman, popularized by Foster and Whittaker

Winona

Sioux origin, meaning the first daughter, popularized by Winona Ryder

Susan

Persian origin, meaning a lily flower, most famous for Sarandon, Downey, Dey, Egan, and Olsen

Helena

Greek origin, meaning bright or light, most popularized by Helena Bonham Carter

Caryn

Scandinavian origin, meaning pure, the real name of Whoopi Goldberg

Jamie

Scottish origin, short for James, popularized by Jamie Lee Curtis

Sigourney

French origin, meaning a conqueror, popularized by Sigourney Weaver

Andrea

Italian origin, meaning manly, popularized by Brillantes

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