400+ Best Labor Day Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

A day dedicated to celebrating the efforts of workers or the labor class. The 1st of May or Labor Day is a national holiday and marks the achievements of hard-working workers. Make sure to make the best decision while picking a name for your baby born on this day and if you need any help, we have got you covered.

Here are Best Labor Day Baby Girl Names

Artist

French origin; a name given to someone who creates art

Bailey

English origin; translates to an enforcer of the law

Carbry

English origin; an occupational name for people operating chariots

Bandit

English origin; translates to someone who has gone rogue

Baylor

English origin; an occupational for a delivery person

Bell

English origin; an occupational name for someone who periodically rings bells

Braze

English origin; an occupational name for brass workers

Brenn

English origin; an occupational name for a charcoal worker

Brogen

Irish origin; translates to a tiny footwear

Cardenia

English origin; an occupational name for a wool worker

Carterina

English origin; an occupational name for a cart operator

Cleary

Irish origin; translates to a clerical work

Cooper

English origin; an occupational name for someone who makes barrels

Colly

English origin; an occupational name for a mine worker

Dancer

English origin; a name for someone skilled in dancing

Devin

Irish origin; a name given to someone who writes poetry

Dexteria

Latin origin; an occupational for someone who dyes the fabric

Deckra

German origin; an occupational name for a roof maker

Duce

English origin; a name given to a British official

Drummer

English origin; a name given to someone who plays the drums

Fifer

Scottish origin; a name given to someone who plays the pipes

Keller

German origin; an occupational name for a master of a call

Forestia

English origin; translates to a woods dweller

Harpy

English origin; a name given to people who play the harp

Haywell

English origin; a name given to a caretaker of a hedge

Huntress

English origin; translates to she who goes on hunting

Kylie

Dutch origin; feminine version of Kyler, meaning a bowman

Millie

English origin; an occupational name for a mill worker

Mason

English origin; an occupation name for someone who works with stones

Georgia

Scandinavian origin; meaning a farm girl 

Isa

Teutonic origin; meaning she who has the very strong will power

 Constance

Latin origin; meaning steadfast

Harriet

Teutonic origin; meaning the mistress of the household

Henrietta

Teutonic origin; meaning mistress of a house

Dale

English origin; meaning she who lives in the valley

Nydia

Latin origin; meaning a lady in the house

Penelope

Greek origin; meaning a loyal spouse, or she who weaves

Tara

Irish origin; meaning from the hill

Yeva

Russian origin; meaning giving life

Adele

German origin; meaning noble

Beryl

Greek origin; named after the mineral beryl

Raizel

Israeli origin; another version of Rachel

Quartz

English origin; named after the mineral quartz

Ximena

Basque origin name meaning attending or hearkening 

Mindel

Jewish origin; another version of Minda

Tess

Short for Theressa

Norrice

French origin; translates to an able nurse

Lois

German origin; meaning a female warrior or holy

Hine

English origin; meaning a small kid or a house help

Zettie

Hebrew origin; meaning an olive tree

Berrie

Norman origin; translates to burying

Oley

Germanic origin; an occupational name for a trader dealing in oil

Val

Italian origin; short for the name Valerie

Pell

English origin; an occupational name for a fur dealer

Lynch

Irish origin; a name given to someone who regularly sets sail

Lanier

French origin; an occupational name for a wool crafter

Paige

English origin; meaning the servant of a lord

Merce

French origin; an occupational name for a trader

Palma

English origin; meaning to hold from a palm

Peale

English origin; an occupational name for someone who rings bells

Reeve

English origin; a name was given to a law official

Steele

English origin; an occupational name for someone associated with steelworks

Taylor

English origin; an occupational name for a garment worker

Tyler

English origin; an occupational name for a tile maker

Labor Day Baby Girl Names

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