100+ Spectacular Taurus Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Taurian babies are usually found to be very stoic, materialistic, and ambitious. With earthly qualities along with a bull as its representative, they are bound to do well in the near future and the least that we can do is choose a suitable name for them from the few options given below.

list of Spectacular Taurus Baby Girl Names (Meaning)

Georgia

Scandinavian origin, meaning a farm girl

Connie

Latin origin, meaning very loyal or faithful

Ike

Hebrew origin, meaning laughter

Hestia

Greek origin, named after the goddess of Earth

Florentina

Latin origin; translates to blossoming

Danika

Slavic origin, meaning a morning star, named after venus

Isa

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

Gemma

Italian origin, meaning a gem or like a jewel

Constance

Latin origin, meaning steadfast

Idonia

Norse origin, named after the Goddess of Spring

Fleur

French origin;  translates to a flower

Florence

Latin origin, meaning flourishing, a version of Florentina

Hailey

English origin, meaning a meadow which is very high, also spelled Hayley

Edlyn

English origin, meaning a wealthy, well-behaved lady

Harriet

Teutonic origin, meaning the mistress of the household

Imelda

Spanish origin, meaning a flower or a floret

Glendora

Gaelic origin; translates to a gift from Glen

Daisy

English origin, named after a flower, also spelled Daysy

Esther

French origin, meaning the morning star

Vesta

Latin origin, meaning a goddess

Dale

English origin, meaning she who lives in the valley

Henrietta

Teutonic origin, meaning mistress of a house

Franchette

French origin, meaning ‘little free man’ or ‘from France’

Chloe

Greek origin, meaning a potent young maiden or she who loves plants

Sigourney

French origin, meaning queen

Gaia

Greek origin, named after the Goddess of Earth

Doris

Greek origin name meaning a water body or sea

Nydia

Latin origin, meaning a lady in the house

Tabitha

Aramaic origin, means ‘gazelle’

Petra

Slavic origin, meaning like a stone, or very dependable

Taura

Greek origin, meaning a bull or Taurus

Odette

French origin, meaning she who loves her home

Rebecca

Hebrew origin, meaning the one who loves peace

Agnessa

Greek origin; means “virginal or pure

Ishtar

Babylonian origin, named after the Goddess of fertility, Venus

Aphra

Hebrew origin; means “dust”

Shirley

English origin, meaning the one from the bright meadow

Jade

English origin name meaning a gemstone of green color

Amapola

Means “poppy”; Arabic origin

Lee

English origin, translates to a meadow

Penelope

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

Valma

Welsh origin, meaning a flower of may

Rhea

Greek origin, meaning the earth goddess

Josephine

Hebrew origin, meaning found in plenty

Hannah

Hebrew roots, meaning ‘grace’

Phyllis

Greek origin, meaning like a leaf or a branch full of leaves, also spelled Phillis

Miriam

Hebrew origin, meaning fertile and wishing for a child

Jeanette

Meaning ‘God is gracious’, popularized by Carols

Tara

Irish origin, meaning from the hill

Sequoia

Meaning ‘sparrow’ in Native American language

 Patience

English origin, meaning the ability to endure

Kendall

English origin, meaning the one from the bright valley

Clementine

Latin origin; means compassionate

Zohra

Arabic origin, meaning in the process of blooming

Wilhelmina

Teutonic origin, meaning very faithful

Blanche

French origin, meaning ‘white’ Zelenka

Czech origin, meaning fresh or little green

Grace

Latin origin name meaning attractiveness or charm or glamour

Yeva

Russian origin, meaning giving life

Zinnia

Latin origin, named after a flower

Adele

German origin, meaning noble

Floreta

Albanian origin; means “etymology, history”

Jessica

Hebrew origin name meaning god is seeing or observing

May

English origin name meaning a noble bother or hallucination

Arilda

German origin, meaning ‘a maiden of the Earth’

Terra

 Meaning land or earth

Ambrosia

A version of Isabella, Greek origin

Joannes

Hebrew origin, named after the Goddess of Israel

Rylan

English origin, meaning from the Rye Land

Annabelle

English origin name meaning courteous or beautiful

Thea

Short for Anthea, Greek origin

Liluri

Syrian origin, named after the Goddess of Mountains

Esme

English origin, meaning ‘esteemed’, short for Esmeralda

Isabelle

French origin name meaning one whose pledge is god

Eudora

Greek origin, named after one of the five Greek Goddesses

Rose

Named after the flower rose

Audrey

Anglo Saxon origin, named after St. Audrey

Barbara

Greek origin; translates to ‘foreign’

Asteria

Origin – Greek mythology; means “star or starry”

Eki

Basque origin, meaning the Sun

Beryl

Greek origin, named after the mineral beryl

Anais

A version of the name Anna; means grace

Coral

Latin origin; means “semi-precious sea growth often deep pink or red”

Edith

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

Dion

Greek origin, named after a student of Plato

Lina

Short for Avelina; means “young palm tree; tender; tenderness”

Donatella

Latin origin, meaning god-given

Emerald

Persian origin, meaning ‘green’, a precious jewel

Freya

Norse origin, meaning a noble lady

Nasrin

Arabic origin, another version of Nesrin or Nezrin

Anne

Greek origin, meaning Grace

Ilesha

Hebrew origin, meaning the oath of the God, also spelled Elissa

Mauve

English origin, named after the blue like shade

Giada

Italian origin, meaning Jade

Quartz

English origin, named after the mineral quartz

Rachel

Translates to ‘ewe’, named after the first wife of Jacob

Tama

Japanese origin, meaning ‘a jewel’

Maya

Greek origin, meaning an illusion, named after the Mother of Hermes

Rosemary

Latin origin, meaning ‘dew of the sea’, also a herb

Kate

English origin, meaning pure, a nickname for Katherine

Ximena

Basque origin name meaning attending or hearkening

Lada

Slavic origin, named after the Slavic Goddess of youth and beauty

Magi

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

Mindel

Jewish origin, another version of Minda

Olive

English origin, meaning ‘olive tree’,

Tauriel

Latin origin, named after the elf in Lord of the Rings

Gormliath

Scottish roots, meaning a blue princess

Poppy

English origin, named after the flowering poppy

Tess

Short for Theressa

Raizel

Israeli origin, another version of Rachel

Osagie

African origin, meaning sent by God

Fiona

Gaelic origin, female version of the name Finian, meaning white or fair

Rez

Latin origin, meaning the one with a little redhead

Zoe

Greek origin;  translates to ‘life’

Susan

Hebrew origin, translated to ‘lily’ or ‘rose

Genevieve

Meaning a white wave

Violet

English origin, named after the color violet

Nia

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

Orla

Greek origin, meaning a golden princess

Serena

English origin, meaning peaceful or tranquil

Angus

Latin origin; translates to a bull

Anthea

Greek origin, meaning a woman of flowers

Cal

French origin, meaning she who is totally devoted

Cassiopia

Greek origin, named after a constellation

Josette

French origin, meaning increased by the God

Adara

Arabic and Hebrew origin; means virgin and noble.

Cedra

English origin, meaning kind and loving

Ziva

Hebrew origin, meaning the light of God or radiance

Mahe

French origin, meaning gifted by God

Norrice

French origin; means “nurse”

Tangela

American origin, a version of Angela

Parthenia

Greek origin; means “chaste maiden

Xina

Chinese origin, meaning an angel

Emmanuella

Hebrew origin, meaning with the God

Carina

Latin origin, meaning pure or loved

Shantae

French origin, meaning a small piece of stone

Alethea

English origin, translates to the truth

Felicia

Slav origin, meaning successful or lucky, also spelled Felishea

Lois

German origin, meaning a female warrior or holy

Kady

Irish origin, meaning first, short for Kadence

Mae

English origin, meaning bitter or pearl, also spelled May, Mei

Kairi

 Japanese origin, which means ‘sea’,

Neve

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

Jolie

Means pretty or beautiful

Cecilia

Named after the Roman Cecilius

Dior

French origin, meaning golden

Hine

English origin, meaning a small kid or a house help

Jasmine

English origin, named after the flower jasmine

Sitka

African origin, named after a settlement in Alaska

Joani

Hebrew origin, meaning the grace of God, also spelled Joaeni

Miera

Spanish origin, named after an area in the Sandra province

Delphy

Greek origin, meaning a womb or a dolphin, short for Delphinus

Zettie

Hebrew origin, meaning an olive tree

Pastle

Latin origin, meaning woad paste

Vela

Basque origin, another version of the name raven

Inda

Basque origin, meaning a road or a path

Calypso

Greek origin, meaning hidden or secretive

Tambra

American origin, another name for a palm tree

Cordellia

Latin origin, meaning a heart or a jewel from the sea

Desdemona

Greek origin, meaning in a state of misery

Miltiades

Greek origin, meaning an Earth red in color

Loa

Scandinavian origin, meaning a bird of spring

Aku

Babylonian origin, meaning a moon or exalted

Florellia

Italian origin; translates to a little flower

Dirge

Latin origin, meaning the direction of the Lord

Sueann

Hebrew origin, translates to the flower lily or rose, a version of Susan

Berrie

Norman origin; translates to burying

Elf

Germanic origin, meaning a being who is white

Andrea

Greek origin, meaning like a woman or courageous

Oley

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

Alicia

Germanic origin, meaning royalty or nobility

Carmen

Spanish origin, meaning a vineyard of the almighty

Dawn

English origin, meaning sunrise or the break of a day

Val

Italian origin, short for the name Valerie

Sparkle

American origin, meaning a glistening light

Daphne

Greek origin; translates to a laurel or bay tree

Rye

Gaelic origin, meaning the ruler

Halo

Greek origin, meaning an aura which is divine

Marra

Spanish origin; translates to a ram

Floriana

Latin origin, meaning blond or flowering

Fulla

Norse origin, named after one of Frigga’s maidens

Roz

English origin, a variation of the name Rose

Selma

Arabic origin, feminine version of the name Selim, meaning peace

Odiona

African origin, meaning the elder of the twins

Metis

French origin; translates to mixed

Nazarina

Spanish origin; comes from Nazareth

Hanini

Hawaiian origin, a family name

Aurora

Latin origin, another variation of dawn

Laura

Latin origin, meaning a laurel bay plant, another name for Daphne

Liara

Hebrew origin, meaning light over me or watch over me

Keiki

Hawaiian origin, meaning a newborn or a kid

Epona

Roman origin, named after the Goddess of horses, or a divine stallion

Vanessa

Greek origin, meaning a butterfly

Noma

Arabic origin, meaning having an uncanny resemblance

Azzura

Italian origin, meaning clear blue sky or the color azure

Pasiphae

Greek origin, named after the daughter of Sun God, Helios

Ceres

Latin origin, named after the Greek Goddess of fertility and agriculture

Leopardkit

Mixed origin, meaning a pair of two clans of cats

Morgen

Mixed English Welsh origin, meaning going round the sea or extremely bright

Mylene

English origin, meaning merciful, nicknamed Myla

Roshanara

Persian origin, meaning to decorate or make beautiful

Circe

Greek origin, named after the daughter of Helios

Eden

Hebrew origin, meaning delight or joyful

Celeste

Latin origin, meaning celestial

Earth

Roman Goddess of Land

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