15 Unique Gorgeous Greek Baby Names for Girls

Greek baby names have been a new trendy in 2015, and they come back with hundreds of years of history and mythology. Many of the Greek girl names come from the names of goddesses, and they are gorgeous, royal and having great meanings. Of course you could find lots of unique Greek baby names for girls, here we pulled together a list of 15 most gorgeous names for you.


Angelia: The name Angelia comes straight from Greek mythology, she was the daimona of messages and tidings, and the daughter of Hermes. It is also a variant of Angela.

Athena: The virgin goddess of wisdom and war, identified with the Roman goddess Minerva. Any girl with the name Athena would have big shoes to fill, and they are guaranteed to walk with their head up high.
Aura: Aura was the Greek goddess of the breezes, and the meaning of Aura is "wind". Your little daughter named Aura will bring you the fresh air every morning.
Chloe: Chloe was the summer epithet of the goddess Demeter and recalls her gift for making flowers bloom. The meaning of Chloe is "green shoot".
Cora: Name of Persephone, the goddess of the underworld who lives there in winter, before her return in spring causes the cycle of life to continue. A simple, pretty name with an old-fashioned air. The meaning of the name Cora is "maiden".
Helen: Helen is classic Greek name, she was the daughter of Zeus, the wife of the Spartan king, her abduction sparked the Trojan war. The meaning of Helen is "light; torch; bright".
Hermione: The name Hermione is a feminine form of Hermes, the Greek messenger god. Made famous by J.K. Rowling's famous character from the Harry Potter series.
Irene: The Greek goddess of peace in mythology.
Kassandra: The daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy and gifted with the power of prophecy. We love the cute nickname "Kassie."
Paris: The name Paris comes from the Trojan prince who started the Trojan war. Paris has also been used in English as a surname for immigrants from the capital of France.
Penelope: In Homer's The Odyssey, Penelope was the famously faithful wife of the hero Odysseus. The meaning of Penelope is "weaver", this sweet name has come to signify a loyal, capable and clever woman.
Phoebe: Phoebe is a name given to Artemis, the goddess of the hunt and wilderness. It is also a reference to Phoebus Apollo, the god of light. Name of the first flycatcher to migrate to Wisconsin each spring. The bird gets its name from its call which is a sharp "Phoebe!".
Selena: Selena was the moon goddess, sister to Helios, the sun, and companion to the names Diana and Cynthia.
Thalia: Thalia was the Muse of Comedy and one of the Three Graces, goddesses who were the embodiment of beauty and charm, and daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. The meaning of Thalia is "flourishing".
Zoe: Zoe was a minor goddess whose name means "life."

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