105+ Unusual Baby Girl Names Born on Saturday (Meaning)

Saturday marks the weekend in full swing and is said to be ruled by the planet Saturn, and if you wish to help your Saturday Born get ahead in the weekend, choosing a suitable name for her, might be the best way to go. We have a few options listed just for you.

Here are Unusual Name for Girls Born on Saturday

Rosette

Latin origin, meaning a little rose, pronounced ros-set-te

Elsie

Mixed English Scottish origin, short for Elizabeth

Catherine

Greek origin, meaning pure or both of two

Lexi

Greek origin, meaning defender of the mankind, short for Alexandria

Saowanee

Thai origin, meaning the Thai queen’s greetings

Dione

Greek origin, meaning wine, a feminine name for Dynosius

Phoebe

Greek origin, meaning bright or cheerful

Rhea

Greek origin, meaning a river, also one of Saturn’s moons

Gilda

English origin, meaning gilded or golden

Ama

African Ghanian origin, meaning born on the fifth day of the week

Sanya

Greek origin, meaning born on Saturday

Helen

Greek origin, meaning bright, named after the Helen of Troy

Kari

Norse origin, meaning the one with curly hair

Emilia

Latin origin, meaning strength or to excel

Eva

Latin origin, meaning living or life

Agnes

Greek origin, meaning holy or pure, the real name of Mother Teresa

Sarah

Hebrew origin, meaning a princess

Queen

English origin, meaning the empress of an estate

Siah

Iranian origin, meaning black

Europa

Latin origin, named after Continent Europe, meaning wide

Hersilia

Latin origin, meaning a follower of Romulus

Peony

Greek origin, meaning she who heals or healing, a floral name

Tethys

Greek origin, named after the wife of Oceanus

Stella

Latin origin, meaning a star, also spelled Stela

Terra

Mixed Latin, Italian origin, meaning Earth or the Land

Annesa

Hebrew origin, meaning favor or loving or friendly in Swahili

Lo

Scandinavian origin, meaning lynx, short for Laura or Lauren

Solstice

English origin, translates to the position of the Sun

Minerva

Latin origin, meaning The Goddess Of Wisdom

Stream

English origin, meaning a stream

Gratia

Italian origin, meaning Graceful

Gretle

Greek origin, meaning a pearl

Jewel

English origin, meaning a precious stone

Antheia

Greek origin, meaning blossom, named after the Goddess of flowers

Esmay

French origin, meaning esteemed or beloved

Sundance

Korean origin, meaning very obedient

Saffron

English origin, meaning a yellow flower

Koraline

English origin, meaning a goddess or a coral from the sea

Ember

English origin, meaning a spark

Vega

Spanish origin, meaning a resident of the meadow

Nebula

Latin origin, meaning a hazy cover of mist

Luna

Latin origin, named after the Goddess of night light, meaning moon

Susannah

Hebrew origin, meaning the gift of God, also spelled Susanna

Mist

American origin, meaning the particle of water

Strawberry

English origin, comes from strewn berry, a fruit name

Olena

Ukranian origin, a version of the name Helena, meaning sunlight

Adania

African origin, meaning God’s Gift

Salena

Greek origin, named after the mood Goddess

Mely

South African origin, meaning an Angel sent to the Earth

Luisa

Mixed Italian Spanish origin, feminine version of the name Louise

Eirene

Greek origin, named after the Goddess of peace

Xena

Greek origin, meaning hospitable, named after Xena, a warrior princess

Pennie

English origin, meaning a weaver, short for Penelope

Septima

Latin origin, meaning seventh, usually the seventh child

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