100+ Wintry Sagittarius Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Girls born under the Sagittarius zodiac are perceived to be not only secretive but also philosophical. They can be both sassy and fun-loving depending on the occasion. Above all, they hold strong grudges against liars and can get stressed within the blink of an eye. To help your little girl handle her stress levels tactfully, make sure to pick a name as sassy as her from the list given below.

Here are Wintry Sagittarius Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Violet

English origin; named after the color violet

Fiametta

Latin origin; meaning the little one with fire

Ione

Latin origin; named after a nymph; meaning a shade of violet

Theodosia

Greek origin; meaning like God or with a good heart

Vesta

Roman origin; named after the Goddess of fire

Sholeh

Persian origin; translates to flame

Maia

Roman origin; named after the fire Goddess

Leda

Greek origin; named after Jupiter’s moons

Camilla

Italian origin; named after the Goddess of fire

Ascella

Latin origin; named after a star in the constellation of Sagittarius zodiac

Azar

Hebrew origin; translates to fire or flames

Mercy

English origin; having compassion

Tana

Geek origin; named after a Goddess

Narcissa

Greek origin; named after a flower

Orchid

Greek origin; named after an orchid of flowers

Nuri

Hebrew origin; meaning fire; short for Nuria

Lavender

Dutch origin; occupational name for a launderer

Mystery

English origin; meaning is still unexplained

Solstice

Latin origin; translates to the sun standing still

Holly

English origin; meaning tree or shrub

Eden

Hebrew origin; meaning delight; a feminine version of Aidan

Pandora

Greek origin; translates to all gifted

Thyme

Greek origin; meaning smoke

Hestia

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of the Earth

Aurora

Latin origin; meaning sunrise or dawn

Yolandi

Greek origin; meaning a flower violet in color

Evelina

Old Saxon origin; meaning to live or to breathe

Bridget

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning noble

Jessica

English origin; meaning the ability to foresee

Sojourner

African origin; meaning to stay for a while

Laila

Hebrew origin; meaning dark or the night’s daughter

Moon

English origin; English for the Latin Luna

Burgundy

French origin; meaning dark red

Christane

Feminine of the Christian; meaning follower of Christ

Unity

English origin; meaning oneness; a virtue name

Berry

English origin; a fruit name

Bianca

Italian origin; meaning white; popularized by the works of William Shakespeare

Crimson

English origin; meaning rich deep red

Aurelia

Latin origin; meaning golden

Anastasia

Greek origin; meaning resurrection; the female form of Anastasius

Sabela

African origin; meaning to respond

Ember

English origin; means very hot ashes

Rachel

Translates to ewe; named after the first wife of Jacob

Natasha

Russian origin; meaning born in Christmas

Clarice

Meaning bright or clear; the name of a female reindeer

Pine

Like Juniper and Oak; a sibling tree name

Orli

Hebrew origin; meaning light; also spelled Orly

Lucia

Mixed Spanish; Italian origin meaning light; the female form of the name Lucius

Eira

Welsh origin; meaning snow; pronounced Ira

Nia

Swahili origin; translates to resolve or brilliance

Jovie

Feminine form of Jove; the Roman king of Gods

Abigail

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

Leah

Hebrew origin; meaning weariness or ruler; popularized by Star Wars

Starr

English origin; a version of the name Star

Yule

English origin; refers to the time of winter

Naomi

Hebrew origin; translates to beautiful; popularized by Naomi Watts

Sallie

Hebrew origin; meaning a lively princess

Adilia

Arabic origin; an old name of Pleiades

Loretta

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

Evelyn

French origin; English version of the name Ava

Paloma

Translates to a dove; popularized by 12 Day of Christmas

Karen

English origin; Meaning pure and holy

Celyn

Welsh origin; meaning holly; also spelled Kellin

Cindy

English origin; Nickname for Cynthia or Lucinda

Olivia

English origin; meaning olive tree; symbolizes peace and success

Blaize

French origin; meaning to lisp or to stammer; also spelled Blaise or Blaze

Merry

English origin; meaning lighthearted or happy

Lux

Latin origin; meaning light; popularized by League Of Legends

Aster

Greek origin; meaning star; also spelled Astor

Emerald

Persian origin; meaning green; a precious jewel

Uriel

Hebrew origin; denoting God is light; nicknamed Uri

Juniper

Latin origin; meaning young; also named after shrubs

Helen

Greek origin; meaning moon or a ray of light; popularized by Helen Mirren

Lucy

Latin origin; feminine form of the name Lucius; meaning light

Candy

Cushitic origin; a hereditary title passed down to the queens of Ethiopia

Susan

Hebrew origin; translated to lily or rose

Juana

Latin origin; the female word for Juan

Galaliea

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

Alfrida

Latin origin; means elf or a magical being; also spelled Elfrida

Nora

Latin origin; Meaning light

Clementine

Translates to mild or merciful; named after oranges

Scarlett

English origin; meaning scarlet or red; an occupational name for scarlet sellers

Blanca

Spanish origin; meaning white; similar to Bianca

Ivy

English origin; named after the Ivy plant; symbolizes faithfulness

Belle

French origin; meaning beautiful; popularized by Beauty and the Beast

Estelle

French origin; meaning star; popularized by Great Expectations

Natalia

Latin origin; refers to the Day of Christmas; popularized by Natalie Portman

Mary

Hebrew origin; named after the mother of Jesus

Angele

Female form of the name Angelus; meaning the messenger of God

Ada

German origin; meaning nobility; a nickname for Adelaide or Adeline

Ivanna

Serbian origin; feminine form of the name Ivan; also spelled Ivanna

Vivian

Latin origin; the female form of the name Vivian; also spelled Vivien or Vivienne

Mitzi

A variation of the name                Marie; meaning rebellion

Chiara

Italian origin; meaning light or clear

Stella

Latin origin; meaning star

Imani

Arabic roots; meaning faith

Daffodil

Dutch origin; meaning asphodel; nicknamed Daffy

Jesse

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

Emmanuelle

Hebrew origin; a female form of the name Emmanuel

Eloine

Latin origin; meaning worthy

Stephanie

Greek origin; meaning crown; the female form of the name Stephen

Jemima

Translates to a dove; named after Jacobs eldest daughter

Cady

French origin; meaning present; short for Cadeaux

Amaryllis

Greek origin; meaning to sparkle; also a flower

Virginia

Latin origin; meaning virginal or pure; popularized by Elizabeth 1

Olympia

The feminine word for Mt. Olympos; the home of Greek Gods

Noelle

French origin; the feminine word for Noel; meaning Christmas

Alchemy

French origin; meaning ancient chemistry

Nova

Latin origin; meaning light; recently popularized by Nova King

Terra

Latin roots; meaning land or mother Earth

Liberty

English origin; meaning freedom

Laurentia

Roman origin; meaning a place of Laurel trees

Lyric

English origin; meaning the words of a song

Minerva

Latin origin; named after the Goddess of Wisdom

Sophia

Greek origin; meaning wisdom; also spelled Sofia

Emillie

Roman origin; meaning a rival; also spelled Emily

Blythe

English origin; meaning cheerful or carefree

Verity

Latin origin; meaning truth or truthful

Athena

Greek origin; named after Athena; the Greek goddess of warfare and wisdom

Suzanne

Hebrew origin; meaning the flower lily

Orlagh

Celtic origin; meaning a princess of gold; a version of the name Orla

Nebula

Latin origin; meaning a heavy mass of mist

Paulani

Hawaiian origin; meaning a flower from heaven

Abba

African origin; meaning born on Thursday; popularized by the Band ABBA

Kymani

African origin; meaning a traveler who loves adventure

Capella

Latin origin; meaning a little goat

Alyssum

Greek origin; meaning a cure for madness

Manuella

Mixed Spanish Greek origin; meaning God is always with us

Lullaby

English origin; meaning a pleasant song to help in falling asleep

Absinthe

Greek origin; meaning something that is undrinkable

Lexi

Greek origin; short for Alexandra

Jove

Greek origin; feminine form of Jupiter; King of Gods

Andromeda

Greek origin; meaning ruler of the Men

Aixa

Mixed Spanish Arabic origin; meaning worthy

Regina

Latin roots; meaning a queen

Vesta

Latin origin; meaning the Goddess of the Hearth

Akeela

Spanish origin; meaning an eagle; also spelled Aquila

Beth

Named after Bethlehem city; the birthplace of Jesus

Gwendolen

Welsh origin; meaning white ring or circle; nicknamed Gwen

Aislinn

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning a vision or a dream

Victory

Latin roots; from the word Victoria; meaning to defeat

Sarah

Hebrew origin; the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament

Turquoise

French origin; translates to Turkish stone; similar in shade to Aqua

Melania

Greek origin; meaning black or dark; popularized by Melania Trump

Miracle

Latin origin; meaning wonder or marvel

Jeanette

Meaning God is gracious; popularized by Carols

Magi

Named after the three wise men who visit little Jesus; also spelled Maggie

Gloria

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

Carol

English origin; meaning free man; a nickname for Caroline

Lumi

Finnish origin; meaning snow

Aubrey

Hebrew origin; meaning he who struggles with God; named after Jacob

Blanche

French origin; meaning white; popular in 12th century France

Noor

Arabic origin; meaning light

Leora

Hebrew origin; translates to light; also spelled Liora

Angel

Greek origin; meaning envoy

Evie

Hebrew origin; translates to breathe

Barbara

Greek origin; translates to foreign

Caroline

English origin; meaning the one who is free

Merida

English origin; named after the archer in the Disney movie Brava

Beatrix

Latin origin; meaning a traveler or someone one a voyage

LaWanda

American origin; short for little wanderer

Peregrine

Latin origin; meaning she who likes to travel

Traviata

Italian origin; meaning to leave one’s home

Yvette

French origin; meaning a lady archer

Roz

German origin; meaning she who guards the horses; short for Rosamund

Philippa

Greek origin; meaning she who loves horses; nicknamed Pippa

Wanda

German origin; meaning on a voyage

Yvonne

French origin; meaning an archer

Masako

Japanese origin; meaning the truthful or honest one

Layna

Hebrew origin; meaning he who always speaks the truth

Jorunn

Norse origin; meaning love for horses

Alasie

Inuit origin; the meaning of noble blood

Neytiri

Arabic origin; named after the character in Avatar

Kacela

African origin; meaning she who is skilled at hunting

Atalanta

Greek origin; named after a Goddess of hunting

Indigo

Greek origin; named after a dye of blue-ish shade

Felicity

Latin origin; meaning she who is lucky or good fortune

Gale

English origin; named after a violent storm; used for both boys and girls

Lilac

English origin; named after a shade that looks like blue

Mauve

French origin; meaning a shade of violet

Niran

Thai origin; meaning for the eternity; for both the genders

Sage

Latin origin; meaning the all-knowing; also an herb

Tisa

Mixed African Swahili origin; meaning she who is born in the ninth month

Tansy

Greek origin; meaning she who is immortal; also a flower

Zelda

German origin; meaning a gray warrior maid; short for Griselda

Veronica

Latin origin; meaning the bringer of victory; a version of the name Berenice

Ygritte

Meaning red-haired

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