121+ Beautiful Short Name for Girls (Meaning)

Naming your little girl might prove to be a troublesome task if you are not completely sure. Our recommendation would be to go for something short and sharp and if you agree with us, hop into the list given below.

Beautiful Short Name for Girls

Olga

Meaning holy, successful, or blessed

Esther

Meaning a star

Ingrid

Meaning Ing’s beauty

Opal

A gem or a jewel

Blair

Meaning a field or plain

Kenza

Translates to the fair one

Fiona

Meaning fair or white

Zaira

Meaning radiance

Anne

Greek origin, meaning Grace

Cecilia

Named after the Roman Cecilius

Aria

Meaning the God of the Lions, also spelt Arya

Silvia

Meaning woods or a forest

Dior

French origin, meaning golden, popularized by the fashion brand Dior

Jolie

Means pretty or beautiful

Coty

Meaning coast or coastline

Lydia

Meaning a woman from Lydia

Grace

Meaning blessing or favor, a virtue name

Mary

Hebrew origin, named after the mother of Jesus, popularized by Mary Poppins

Eden

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘a place of enjoyment’ referring to the Garden of Eden

Sarah

Hebrew origin, the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament

Sallie

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘princess’

Ada

German origin, meaning ‘nobility’, nickname for Adelaide or Adeline

Adilia

Arabic origin, an old name of Pleiades

Zara

Arabic origin, popularized by the retail fashion chain Zara

Ember

English origin, means ‘very hot ashes’

Nora

Latin origin, Meaning ‘light’

Karen

Meaning ‘pure’

Cindy

Nickname for Cynthia or Lucinda, popularized by ‘How The Grinch Stole The Christmas’

Orli

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘light’, also spelt Orly

Stella

Latin origin, meaning ‘star’

Magi

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

Ivy

English origin, named after the Ivy plant, symbolizes faithfulness

Belle

French origin, meaning ‘beautiful’, popularized by Beauty and the Beast

Berry

A fruit name 

Eira

Welsh origin, meaning ‘snow’, pronounced Ira

Neve

Mixed Irish, Latin origin, meaning ‘snow’, pronounced Neh-v

Nia

Swahili origin, translates to ‘resolve’ or ‘brilliance’

Laila

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

Holly

English origin, meaning ‘tree’ or ‘shrub’

Leah

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘weariness’ or ‘ruler’, popularized by Star Wars

Lucy

Latin origin, feminine form of the name Lucius, meaning ‘light’

Candy

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

Betsy

Derived from Hebrew, translates to “pledged to God’, a nickname for Elizabeth

Ida

Derived from Mount Ida, the birth place of the god Zeus.

Luna

The Roman goddess of the moon, the Latin word for moon.

Ruby

Meaning a ‘deep, red, precious stone’, in Latin, has rich musical and literary references. 

Paige

English roots, translates to ‘page to a lord’

Malia

Hawaiian origin, which means ‘bitter’, the Obama’s named their daughter Malia recently.

Lilou

 French origin, means the flower ‘lily’, is pronounced lee-loo.

Kairi

 Japanese origin, which means ‘sea’, popularized by the video game series ‘Kingdom Hearts’

Blaise

The French word for ‘stammer’ or ‘to lisp’, finds references in King Arthur.

Enya

The Irish word for ‘fire’ and anciently written as Eithne after the famous St, St. Eithne

Edith

Translates to ‘prosperous in war’, two American first ladies have been named Edith

Sybil

Greek word for ‘prophetess’, a woman gifted to interpret the wishes of Gods. 

Sunny

 A lively name, short for Sunniva 

Moana

Polynesian sea god, a popular name in New Zealand for sea lovers.

Raven

English origin, a bird in Norse mythology

Esme

English origin, meaning ‘esteemed’, short for Esmeralda

Gwen

Welsh origin, meaning ‘white circle’, short for Gwendolyn

Trixie

Latin origin, translates to ‘the one who brings happiness’

Una

Latin origin, meaning ‘una’ or ‘lamb’

Minnie

Means ‘intellect’ or ‘of the mind’, popularized by Minnie Mouse

Macy

English origin, meaning ‘hill’

Flavia

Latin origin, meaning ‘golden’ or ‘blond’, pronounced Flah-via

Dixie

Latin origin, meaning ‘I have spoken’ or ‘tenth’, popularized by Dixie Carter

Mae

English origin, meaning ‘bitter’ or ‘pearl’, also spelt May, Mei

Verity

Means truth

Giada

Italian origin, meaning Jade

Diana

Meaning divine, popularized by princess Diana and Wonder Woman

Anais

A version of the name Anna, means grace

Viola

Meaning purple, popularized by Viola Davis

Martha

Meaning lady or mistress or the household

Vera

Latin origin, meaning true or faith

Lana

Gaelic origin, meaning little rock

Joy

French origin, meaning happiness or delight

Gretle

Greek origin, meaning pearl

Erin

Irish origin, meaning from an island in the west

Cia

English origin, meaning beautiful

Beck

English origin, meaning brook or stream

Amy

French origin, meaning deeply loved or beloved

Emma

German origin, meaning whole or universal

Jill

English origin, meaning God’s child

Lea

English origin, meaning meadow

Plum

German origin, meaning a Plum tree

Xena

Greek origin, meaning welcoming or hospitable

Lou

French origin, meaning a renowned warrior, short for Louisa

Jane

English origin, meaning the grace of Jenovah

Elle

French word, meaning Elle

Cher

French origin, meaning beloved, popularized by the singer Cher

Adele

German origin, meaning noble, popularized by Adele

Brie

Latin origin, meaning marshland, popularized by Brie Larson

Dove

American origin, it is a bird of peace

Jess

Hebrew origin, meaning God’s gift or wealthy, a version of Jesse

Meg

Mixed Greek, English origin, meaning pearl

Zuri

Swahili origin, meaning beautiful

Hazel

English origin, comes from the Hazel tree

Coco

American origin, short for Cocoa Bean

Etta

English origin, meaning an estate ruler

Isla

Mixed Scottish, Spanish origin, meaning island

Kady

Irish origin, meaning first, short for Kadence

Mia

Italian origin, meaning mine, short for Maria

Vivi

Latin origin, meaning life

Joss

English origin, meaning little Goth

Fleur

French roots, meaning a flower

Cora

Greek origin, meaning heart

Agnes

Greek origin, meaning pure or holy

Bess

Hebrew origin, meaning oath of the God

Kace

Irish origin, meaning alert of watchful

Park

Chinese origin, meaning a cypress tree

Zyla

Hebrew origin, meaning calm, quiet or a follower

Liv

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

Haven

English origin, meaning a place of shelter

Chloe

Greek origin, meaning blooming, a version of Khloe

Aya

Hebrew origin, meaning beautiful or colorful, of bird or fly

Bo

Norse origin, meaning to live, or waves in Chinese

Edie

English origin, meaning rich in war

Jazz

A musical name

Lux

Meaning light

Shea

Irish name, meaning dauntless or stately

Zelda

Yiddish origin, meaning blessed or happy, nickname for Grieslda

Kate

English origin, meaning pure, nickname for Katherine

Helen

Greek origin, meaning bright or a shining light

Faye

English origin, meaning a fairy

Bryn

Welsh origin, meaning hill

Ash

English origin, meaning happy, short for Ashley

Dell

German origin, meaning noble or kind, short for Adelaide

Fawn

English origin, meaning younger deer

Quinn

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning counsel

Skye

Mixed Scottish, English origin, meaning sky

Gia

Italian origin, short for Gianna

Blue

English origin, means the color blue

Ari

Hebrew origin, meaning lion

Kira

Greek origin, meaning the lord or the ruler, short for Kyrios

Rain

A seasonal name

Zen

Japanese origin, meaning religious meditation or living

Kia

African origin, meaning hill

Aliz

Another version of Alice

Bay

Meaning reddish brown

Lace

French origin, a version of Lacy

Mabel

Meaning violet

Rose

Named after the flower rose

Thea

Short for Anthea or Timothea

Velma

Means having a desire to protect

Litzy

Short for Elizabeth

Brook

A tree, popularized by Brook Shields

Ayn

Finnish origin, meaning grace

Lois

German origin, meaning a female warrior or holy

Quana

Native American origin, meaning fragrant

Sia

Meaning victory, popularized by the singer Sia

Tess

Short for Theressa

Myra

English for Poetic Invention

Liesl

Meaning God’s Oath, short for Elizabeth, popularized by Sound of Music

Amede

Meaning to love, short for Amadeus

Briar

Meaning thorny

Addy

Meaning of a noble nature

Mila

Meaning a servant of the temple

Cate

Meaning pure

Dani

Meaning a morning star

Winnie

Meaning smooth or fair, popularized by Winnie the Pooh

Jenny

Meaning the fair one

Rory

Meaning alluring

Shelly

Short for Michelle

Trish

 Meaning noble

Mona

Meaning protector

Sera

Meaning fiery

Tess

Meaning to gather

Zai

Meaning dazzling or sparkling

Gladys

Meaning flower

Clay

The top layer of the soil

Leigh

Also spelt Leah or Lea

Reese

Popularised by Reese Witherspoon

Wren

Named after a bird

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