Hundreds of Girl Names That Mean Beautiful

Many parents are looking for a beautiful name for their newborn daughters, and they want unique baby names with great meanings for instance bright, grace, courageous and pure.

If you are considering a girl name that means beautiful or pretty, you could check out this huge collection of girl names. All of the names have the meanings or annotations of beautiful, and they come from various origins of the world. Check out the unique and unusual beautiful girl names and pick your favorite one.

Abigail: Abigail was King David's third wife, described as "good in discretion and beautiful in form".

Abila: Latin for Beautiful.
Adamma: Igbo for Beautiful girl.
Adara: Arabic for Beauty.
Adila: Arabic for Righteous and Fair.
Adonia: Greek for "extremely good looking". Feminine of Adonis.
Aeronwen: Welsh for "Fair, blessed berries".
Albinia: Latin for "White, fair".
Alika: Nigerian for "Most beautiful".
Aline: In Scotland, it is sometimes used to mean "lovely".
Amelinda: Combined form of "beloved" and "pretty".
Angel: The influence of the word "angel" makes the name an affectionate term of address for a good or pretty little girl.
Angela: The word "angel" is also used as an affectionate term for a good or pretty girl.
Ani: Very beautiful.
Annabella: Beautiful grace.
Anwen: Welsh for "very fair".
Aoibheann: Irish for "beautiful".
Aoife: Scottish for "beautiful, radiant".
Aonani: Hawaiian for "beautiful light".
Arden: The Forest of Arden in Shakespeare's "As You Like It" was a magically beautiful place.
Arlene: Made famous in the 1950s by American actress and beauty columnist Arlene Dahl.
Aryana: Persian for "pretty eastern girl".
Aspasia: The famous Athenian statesman Pericles had a mistress named Aspasia, who was noted for her beauty and wit.
Astrid: Norse for "beautiful goddess".
Audrey: Audrey Hepburn is regarded as the most naturally beautiful woman of all time.
Aurora: In some versions of the fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty", the princess's name is Aurora.
Ayanna: Kiswahili for "beautiful flower".
Babe: A term for an attractive woman.
Becky: The ruthless, self-willed and beautiful Becky Sharp is one of the most famous characters in English literature.
Beibhinn: Irish for "white or fair lady".
Belinda: Italian for "very beautiful".
Belita: Spanish for "little beauty".
Bella: Italian or Latin for Beautiful.
Belle: French for Beautiful.
Bellissa: Fair lovely one.
Belva: May have a Latin root and mean "beautiful view".
Bianca: Italian for "white, pure".
Blanche: Associated with whiteness as in purity, and beauty.
Bonita: Spanish for Pretty.
Bonnie: Scottish for "fine, attractive, pretty".
Branwen: The beautiful daughter of Llyr in the "Mabinogi".
Bronwyn: Welsh for "fair, blessed breast".
Cadhla: Irish for "beautiful, graceful".
Calandra: Greek for "lovely one".
Calantha: Greek for "beautiful flower".
Calida: Greek, Spanish. "most beautiful".
Calista: Latin for "fairest, most beautiful".
Calla: Greek for "beautiful".
Callidora: Greek for "gift of beauty".
Callie: Greek for "beautiful, lovely".
Calligenia: Greek for "daughter of beauty".
Calliope: Greek for "beautiful voice".
Callula: Latin for "small beauty".
Canna: Plants with attractive, brightly colored flowers.
Caoilainn: Irish for "slender and white, fair or pure".
Caoimhe: Irish for "gentle, beautiful, precious".
Capri: The Italian island famous for its beauty.
Caron: A blend of Caron with gwen, "fair, white".
Carwen: Welsh for "love, fair, blessed".
Cayla: Irish for "slim and fair".
Ceinlys: Welsh for "beautiful and sweet, fair".
Ceinwen: Welsh for "beautiful and white, blessed; beautiful gems".
Ceri: Welsh for "fair, blessed poetry".
Ceridwen: Welsh for "fair, blessed poetry".
Charis: Symbols of womanly beauty, charm, and inspiration.
Charmaine: Charm.
Christabel: Latin for "beautiful Christian".
Chryseis: A beautiful young girl in Homer's "Iliad".
Claribel: Latin for "bright, famous and beautiful".
Cleopatra: A passionate woman of great beauty.
Cliona: In Irish legend, Cliona was one of the three beautiful daughters of the poet Libra.
Clytie: Greek for "bright, lovely one".
Cora: A simple, pretty name with an old-fashioned air.
Corisande: Beautiful mistress of the French king, Henry II.
Cosima: Greek for "order, beauty".
Deirdre: The Celtic Deirdre was the most beautiful woman in Ireland.
Deolinda: Portuguese for "beautiful god".
Desdemona: In Shakespeare's "Othello", Desdemona is the beautiful, innocent heroine.
Devon: A county in England noted for its beautiful farmland.
Diana: Noted for her beauty and fleetness, Diana is often depicted as a huntress.
Eavan: Gaelic for "beautiful".
Ederra: Beauty.
Eiddwen: Derived from gwyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".
Eilwen: Combined with gwen or gwyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".
Eira: A pretty name for a winter baby.
Eirian: Welsh for "bright, beautiful".
Eirwen: Combined with eira meaning "snow" and gwen meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".
Elegance: Refinement, grace, beauty.
Eliza: Cockney flower girl Eliza Dolittle in "My Fair Lady".
Elle: Beautiful fairy.
Emer: In Irish legend, Emer was Cu Chulainn's beloved, a woman blessed with the "six gifts of womanhood", which are beauty, a gentle voice, sweet words, needlework, wisdom, and chastity.
Esther: A young beautiful Hebrew woman who became the wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus.
Estrid: Norse for "Beautiful goddess".
Esyllt: Welsh for "Fair lady".
Etain: In the Irish myth of "The Wooing of Etain", Etain is a beautiful woman loved by the god Midir the Proud.
Eudocia: A beautiful pagan and Samarian woman who converted to Christianity after learning about it from a monk.
Eugenia: Made famous by Napoleon III's beautiful empress.
Euron: In Welsh tradition Euron was a beautiful enchantress.
Eurwen: Welsh for "gold and fair".
Evlin: Irish for "radiant, beautiful".
Farrah: From the English word "fair". Also means "lovely, pleasant" in Arabic.
Fayre: Beautiful.
Ffion: Welsh for "white, fair".
Fidelma: In Irish legend it is borne by a daughter of Conchobhar mac Ness, a female warrior known for her beauty.
Finella: Gaelic for "white, fair".
Finola: Scottish for "white, fair".
Fiona: Scottish for "white, fair".
Fionnula: Combined with "fionn" meaning "white, fair" and "gula" meaning "shoulder".
Francesca: The most famous bearer was the beautiful Francesca di Rimini, daughter of Giovanni da Polenta.
Galatea: Greek for "white as milk".
Gigi: A glamorous and charm young girl in a French novel by Colette.
Ginevra: Italian for "fair and smooth".
Giustinia: Italian for "just, fair".
Glenda: Welsh for "fair".
Guinevere: Welsh for "fair and smooth".
Gwen: Welsh for "fair, white, blessed, holy".
Gwenda: Welsh for "fair, good".
Gwendolyn: Welsh for "fair bow".
Gwyn: Welsh for "fair, white, blessed, holy".
Gwyneth: Probably from "gwen" meaning "white, fair".
Hadara: Hebrew for "beauty, splendor, glory".
Hasina: Hindi for "beautiful".
Hermosa: Spanish for "beautiful".
Ilona: Carries the connotation of "beautiful", because of the beauty of Helen of Troy.
Inga: Beautiful daughter.
Ingrid: Scandinavian for "Ing's beauty".
Isolde: Welsh for "fair lady". In legend, Isolde is a beautiful Irish princess made famous by Wagner's opera "Tristan and Isolde".
Jaffa: Hebrew for "beautiful".
Jameelah: Arabic for "beautiful".
Jamila: Beauty.
Jamille: Beautiful.
Jemima: Eldest of the three daughters of Job, renowned as the most beautiful women of their time.
Jennifer: Welsh for "fair and smooth".
Jola: pretty.
Jolie: Cheerful, pretty.
Justine: Latin for "fair, upright".

Kalliope: Greek for "beautiful voice".
Kallista: Greek for "most beautiful".
Kanani: Hawaiian for "the beautiful one".
Kaya: Japanese for "the one with the beautiful body, profile".
Kayla: Irish for "slim and fair".
Keely: Gaelic for "slender, pretty".
Kellen: Gaelic for "fair".
Kenna: Attractive.
Kenna: Beautiful or attractive.
Kenzie: Scottish for "the fair one".
Kezia: One of the three fair daughters of Job.
Laila: Arabic for "night beauty".
Lakshmi: The goddess of abundance, beauty, and prosperity.
Lalika: Hindi for "lovely woman".
Lana: Attractive, peaceful.
Lata: Hindi for "beautiful vine".
Leanne: Light, and beautiful women.
Leda: Queen of Sparta, mother of the beautiful Helen of Troy.
Leila: Arabic for "night beauty".
Lela: Kiswahili for "black beauty".
Lily: A symbol of innocence and purity as well as beauty.
Linda: Spanish for Pretty.
Logan: Made famous by the popular character Brooke Logan on the TV Show "The Bold and the Beautiful".
Loire: The place is known for being full of beautiful chateaux and producing pleasant white wine.
Lottie: Petite and beautiful.
Lynn: A diminutive of Linda, which means pretty in Spanish.
Mabel: My beautiful one.
Machiko: Japanese for "beautiful child".
Macy: A character on the soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful".
Maeve: Tall and fair.
Maia: A beautiful nymph and the mother of Hermes, the messenger god.
Maise: Beauty.
Maribel: Blend of Mary meaning "star of the sea" and Belle meaning "beautiful".
Marlin: Blend of Mary meaning "star of the sea" and Lynn meaning "pretty".
Mckenzie: Scottish for "the fair one".
Michiko: Japanese for "child of beautiful wisdom; child of beautiful knowledge".
Mika: Japanese for "beautiful aroma; beautiful increase".
Naama: Hebrew for "beautiful, good-looking".
Naavah: Hebrew for "lovely".
Narcissa: Feminine of Narcisse, which comes from the legend of the beautiful Greek youth.
Naveen: Beautiful.
Nazneen: Farsi for "exquisitely beautiful". The name is meant to convey the superlative sense of the charm of a beloved woman or child.
Neena: Hindi for "pretty eyes".
Nefertiti: Several portrait sculptures of her have survived, giving her an aura of glamor and great beauty.
Nina: A variant of Neena, which is a Hindi name meaning "pretty eyes".
Ninon: Ninon de Lenclos was a 17th-century aristocrat and Parisian belle famous for her wit and beauty.
Nixie: German for "water sprite", usually beautiful.
Odara: Beautiful women.
Olathe: Native American Indian for "Lovely".
Olivia: The olive tree is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity.
Olwen: In the medieval Welsh story of "Culhwch and Owen", Olwen was so beautiful that four white flowers would appear wherever she had stepped.
Orfea: Feminine of the Greek mythology name Orpheus, meaning "beautiful voice".
Orinda: Combined with the Spanish word "oro" meaning "gold" and the Spanish word "linda" meaning "pretty".
Orinthia: Irish for "fair, pale".
Pandora: In Greek mythology, Pandora was the first mortal woman created beautiful and delightful by the gods.
Provence: A beautiful area in southwestern France, given attention in the 1990s by Peter Mayle's books.
Rachel: Jacob's wife, described as being "beautiful in form and countenance".
Rana: Arabic for "beautiful, eye-catching".
Randi: Arabic for "beautiful".
Rebecca: Noted in the Genesis account as a maiden of beauty, modesty, and kindness, became the wife of Abraham's son, Isaac.
Reiko: Japanese for "beautiful; Lovely child".
Rosabel: Beautiful rose.
Rosabella: Beautiful rose.
Rosalind: A 16th-century poetic creation by Spenser, which has the meaning "beautiful rose".
Rosalyn: Combination of Rose and Lynn.
Rowena: Welsh for "slender and fair".
Sabrina: The name of a Celtic maiden in a Welsh tale.
Sarah: Exceptionally beautiful even into her older years.
Sedona: City in Arizona known for its natural beauty and tranquil ambience.
Shaina: Yiddish for "beautiful".
Shakeela: Hindi for "beautiful".
Shayna: Yiddish for "beautiful".
Shifra: Hebrew for "lovely".
Sigrid: Norse for "beautiful victory".
Sumiko: Japanese for "beautiful child".
Susan: In the apocryphal Book of Tobit, Susannah was a beautiful woman of courage.
Tabitha: beauty and grace or gazelle.
Taisie: In legend, Taisie was a princess of Rathlin Island said to have been the most beautiful woman in the world with her dazzling blue eyes and long curling tresses.
Talise: Native American Indian for "Lovely water".
Taylor: Made popular due to characters named Taylor on the soap operas "The Bold and the Beautiful".
Tegan: Beautiful person.
Thalia: One of the Three Graces, along with Aglaia and Euphrosyne, goddesses who were the embodiment of beauty and charm, and daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne.
Tifara: Hebrew for "splendor, beauty".
Tova: Hebrew for "beautiful Thor".
Vashti: Farsi for Beautiful.
Venus: In Roman mythology, Venus was the goddess of love and beauty.
Wyanet: Native American Indian for "beautiful".
Wynne: Welsh for "Fair, pure".
Wynstelle: Blend of Wynne meaning "fair, pure" and Stella meaning "star".
Wysandra: Blend of Wynne meaning "fair, pure" and Sandra meaning "man's defender".
Yaffa: Hebrew for "Lovely".
Yara: In Brazilian mythology, Iara was a beautiful goddess with green hair and fair skin.
Zaina: Arabic for "beauty".
Zerlinda: Hebrew for "beautiful dawn".
Zuleika: Arabic for "fair; brilliant and lovely".
Zuni: The Zuni tribe lives in New Mexico and are known for their beautiful pottery, weaving, and basketmaking.

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