100+ Hot Scorpio Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Girls with their zodiac sign as Scorpio, a water sign, besides being Ambitious, loyal, and honest are also quite jealous at times. In addition to all that, they are a complete package with a tinge of everything and are hard to come by. If your baby girl happens to be a scorpion, make sure you choose the best possible name for her, and if you need any help, we have got you covered.

Here are Scorpio Baby Girl Names

Asteria

Greek origin; meaning she who is from the stars

Martina

Greek origin; comes from Mars

Thalia

Mixed Arabic Hebrew origin; meaning a lamb or a blooming flower

Mahe

Hebrew origin; meaning gifted by the God

Graciela

Spanish roots, meaning grace

Scheherazade

Arabic origin; meaning she who will free the world

Lasheka

English origin; meaning having the qualities of patience and resilience

Ariadne

Greek origin; meaning the holiest of all

Polaris

Latin origin; named after the pole star

Ceridwen

Welsh origin; named after the fair Goddess of poetry

Franceline

Germanic origin; meaning she who lives in France

Tabetha

Aramaic origin; meaning a gazelle, also spelled Tabitha

Vie

French origin; translates to live or breathing

Scorpia

Latin origin; feminine version of the name Scorpio

Maiko

Germanic origin; meaning a wonderful dancer

Salvia

Latin origin; meaning in good health and wealthy

Mele

Hawaiian origin; meaning a song

Amaterasu

Amateru origin; meaning glowing above clouds

Hecate

Greek origin; meaning she who acts upon her own will

Bridget

Gaelic origin; meaning exalted or strength, named after the Goddess of Wisdom

Astrid

Scandinavian origin; meaning a goddess who is fair

Hinata

Japanese origin; meaning a sunflower or facing in the direction of the sun

Mer

Spanish origin; translates to a sea or an ocean

Capri

Greek origin; meaning a boar found in the wild

Claudia

Italian origin; a family name meaning cripple

Rhosyn

Welsh origin; meaning the flower rose

Vortex

Latin origin; meaning a dangerous wind

Cadee

American origin; meaning pure, short for Catherine

Ora

Spanish origin; meaning a pledge or a prayer

Candace

Hebrew origin; meaning mother or innocent

Sarina

Hebrew origin; meaning a laughing or lively princess

Helle

Norse origin; meaning a mountain which is flat or a flagstone

Margo

French origin; meaning a pearl, short for Margaret

Deino

Italian origin; short for a dinosaur, also spelled Dino

Andrea

Greek origin; translates to a strong woman

Gardenia

Latin origin; meaning a flower of the Scorpio

Idaho

Native American origin; named after a place

Mercelina

Roman origin; feminine form of Marcel, meaning warlike

Casey

Gaelic origin; meaning she who is very brave or a vigilante

Anya

Russian roots, a version of Anne, meaning graceful

Nix

Latin origin; named after a moon of the planet Pluto

Audrey

English origin; meaning the one who is noble and brave

Erica

Norse origin; meaning a ruler who is very influential

Delany

Gaelic origin; meaning someone who likes challenges

Heather

Latin origin; named after a scorpion flower

Edna

Hebrew origin; meaning a new beginning

Marcella

Latin origin; meaning bold or from Mars

Twinkle

Meaning to sporadically light up, English origin

Valora

Latin origin; meaning she who is brave or has the valor

Topaz

Greek origin; named after a precious stone, the birthstone of Scorpio

Valentina

Latin origin; meaning she who is very strong

Tyr

Norse origin; another name for Tiu, the Goddess

Radiance

English origin; meaning shining brightly or glowing

Tyra

Norse origin; meaning the goddess of war, or the feminine version of Thor

Genevieve

Celtic origin; meaning a woman of the race

Valerie

French origin; meaning she who likes to be strong

Minne

English origin; meaning love, also spelled Minnie

Angelina

Greek origin; meaning a divine messenger

Basil

Greek origin; meaning as dignified as an aristocrat

Kady

Irish origin; meaning first, also spelled Kadie

Beryl

Greek origin; translates to a precious jewel which is sea green in color

Bell

Mixed English Scottish origin; an occupational name for a mill worker

Azure

English origin; named after the color Azure

Viva

Latin origin; meaning full of life

Aqua

English origin; meaning water or named after a color

Hannah

Hebrew origin; meaning graceful, nicknamed Anne or Nancy

Antoinette

French origin; meaning she who is priceless or very precious

Brooks

English origin; meaning a small stream or from the brook

Autumn

English origin; named after the season autumn

Evie

Hebrew origin; meaning life or to breathe

Franchesca

Italian name, meaning the Frenchman

Kiley

Gaelic origin; meaning beautiful or a boomerang, also spelled Kylie

Carolina

Mixed origin; the female form of the name Carolus, meaning joy

Barbara

Greek origin; translates to foreign

Alta

Latin origin; meaning high, named after the mother of Jesus

Artemis

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of hunting and the wild

Marabelle

Latin origin; meaning wondrous or wonderful

Emma

English origin; named after the later part of the day

Ishhara

Mesopotamian origin; named after the Goddess of the zodiac Scorpio

Hazel

English origin; named after the Hazelnut plant

Aeryn

Gaelic origin; meaning Ireland

Emma

German origin; meaning she who is universal in nature

Garnet

French origin; named after a precious gem or a pomegranate

Eve

Hebrew origin; meaning to give life, the first female to walk on Earth according to the Bible

Opal

Latin origin; named after a valuable gem

River

English origin; named after a stream of flowing water

Magi

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

Rain

English origin; named after precipitation in the form of water droplets

Phoenix

Greek origin; meaning a dark shade of red, named after a mythical bird who rises from ashes

Lumi

Finnish origin; meaning clear snow

Christina

Greek origin; meaning a Christian, nicknamed Chris or Christie

Raven

English origin; named after the bird Raven, a name for both the genders

Orchid

Greek origin; meaning the flower of an orchid

Pandora

Greek origin; meaning she who is gifted by all means

Jeanette

Meaning God is gracious, popularized by Carols, Latin origin

Valencia

Spanish origin; meaning she who has strength and vigor

Noor

Arabic origin; meaning light

Uriel

Hebrew origin; denting God is light, nicknamed Uri

Tilda

German origin; meaning filled with might or ready for battle

Jhanna

Filipino origin; meaning a gift from God or the loved one

Tuesday

English origin; named after the second day of the week, meaning the day of the Tiu

Corinna

Greek origin; meaning a maiden

Sabrina

Mixed Latin Celtic origin; named after the river Severn

Missouri

Algonquian origin; meaning the people from canoes or made from logs

Steel

English origin; named after the metal, a name for both the genders

Selket

Egyptian origin; named after the Goddess of mystic, magic, and scorpions

Letitia

Latin origin; meaning joy or happiness, popularized by St. Letitia

Sylvia

Latin origin; meaning belonging to the forest

Stephanie

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

Petal

Greek origin; meaning a leaf

Scarlett

English origin; meaning a shade of red, famous for Scarlett Johansson

Luna

Latin origin; meaning the moon, named after the Roman Goddess of moon

Ondine

Latin origin; meaning small waves, a water spirit

Loretta

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

Ocean

English origin; named after the huge water bodies on Earth

Julia

Latin origin; meaning lively, or feminine version of Jupiter

Nirah

Hebrew origin; meaning the God’s light

Chrysanthemum

Greek origin; meaning a flower which is golden

Dahlia

Swedish origin; named after the flower, Dahlia, meaning flower of Dahl

Eleven

English origin; named after the number eleven, for both girls and boys

Adilia

Arabic origin; an old name of Pleiades

Delta

Greek origin; named after the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet system

Neve

Mixed Irish, Latin origin; meaning snow, pronounced Neh-v

Crimson

English origin; named after a shade of bright, deep red

Amaryllis

Greek origin; meaning to sparkle, also a flower

Charon

Greek origin; meaning the one who is very observant

Isabella

Hebrew origin; meaning she who is devoted to God

Daffodil

Dutch origin; meaning asphodel, nicknamed Daffy

Keisha

American origin; meaning life

Michelle

French origin; a female version of the name Michael, meaning Godlike

Trinity

English origin; the holy trinity

Sasha

Slavic origin; meaning she who helps the mankind

Myra

Latin origin; meaning a resin or a gum

Elli

Germanic origin; meaning a foreigner or a stranger

Sias

Greek origin; meaning wood, short for Silounas

Lepus

Latin origin; named after a star

Anastasia

Greek origin; meaning to resurrect, named after a drug

Cordelia

Latin origin; meaning heart or a jewel found in the sea

Holly

English origin; translates to the one with a hollow eye

Melanie

Greek origin; meaning darkness or black

Lucia

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

Orla

Celtic origin; meaning a princess who is like Gold

Jessie

English origin; short for Jessica or Jane

Joanne

Latin origin; meaning the grace of God, also spelled Johann

Kraken

Scandinavian origin; meaning a dangerous animal or a beast

Skye

Scottish origin; meaning cloud, an island in Scotland

Elsie

Scottish origin; a version of the name Elizabeth, meaning queen

Julienne

Latin origin; meaning love of a child or youthful

Magnolia

Latin origin; meaning magnolia’s flower, a sweet-smelling flower

Cassiopeia

Latin origin; named after the spouse of King Cepheus

Meding

Spanish origin; a family name, comes from various places

Adriel

Hebrew origin; meaning the helper of the God, named after a royal in Israel

Shiane

Meaning grabbing by the heel also spelled Cheyene

Hibiki

Japanese origin; meaning an echo or a sound

Zephyr

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of the wind from the west

Geraldine

French origin; meaning a worthy challenger, the feminine form of Gerald

Brenna

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning she who has dark hair

Blanche

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

Judith

Hebrew origin; meaning a she who is from the city of Judea or to avenge

Mystic

Greek origin; meaning associated with mysteries or secrets

Lorelei

German origin; meaning to allure or to attract

Sable

English origin; meaning darkness or no light

Seraphina

Hebrew origin; meaning she who is very ardent

Winter

Mixed origin; meaning the cold season

Zillah

Hebrew origin; meaning a shadow or shade from the sun

Brooklyn

Dutch origin; derived from the brook, a small stream

Thelma

Greek origin; meaning to abide by one’s will

Nigella

Latin origin; meaning the one with black hair

Moira

Greek origin; named after the Goddess of fate

Melora

Celtic origin; meaning darkness or absence of light

Martina

Latin origin; meaning courageous or from the planet Mars

Laura

Latin origin; meaning victorious in war or a winner

Blaize

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

Kore

Greek origin; named after a virgin from the underworld

Jordina

Hebrew origin; feminine version of the name Jordan, meaning to flow down

Cassandra

Greek origin; meaning a female priest

Hildegrad

Teutonic origin; meaning a maid ready for battle

Gregoria

Greek origin; meaning she who has a keen eye or a vigilante

Eunice

Greek origin; meaning the champion in a war or victory

Cybil

Greek origin; meaning the female form of a prophet

Clarice

Meaning bright or clear, name of a female reindeer

Ava

Greek origin; meaning as sharp as an eagle

Berenice

Greek origin; meaning she who is always victorious

Armina

Teutonic origin; meaning a helper in battle

Ambrosina

Greek origin; meaning she who cannot die or divine

Tangy

English origin; meaning having a tang

Czarina

Russian origin; feminine form of the imperial title Czar

Adriana

Latin origin; meaning she who is from the sea

Arlette

Teutonic origin; meaning the bird eagle

Calypso

Greek origin; named after a great nymph of the sea

Mitzi

A variation of the name                Marie, meaning rebellion

Ernestine

Teutonic origin; meaning she who is very earnest or modest

Isa

Teutonic origin; meaning very strong spirited, short for Isabella

Leila

Arabic origin; meaning dark like night, also spelled Layla

Sophia

Greek origin; meaning intellect

Celyn

Welsh origin; meaning holly, also spelled Kellin

Doris

Greek origin; meaning she who from the sea

Evelyn

French origin; English version of the name Ava

Imelda

Spanish origin; meaning a warrior

Jodie

Hebrew origin; another version of the name Judith, from Judea

Anahita

Persian origin; named after an Iranian goddess

Medea

Teutonic origin; meaning a maid who fights

Cali

Greek origin; meaning beautiful, from Sicily

Meredith

Welsh origin; meaning the savior of the sea

Layna

Arabic origin; meaning an angel from heaven

Sera

Italian origin; meaning the evening

Wilona

English origin; meaning she who is desired by all

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