100 Cool Southern Girl Names That Are Uncommon

The Southern United States, commonly referred to as the American South, Dixie, or simply the South, is a region of the United States of America. The region is known for its culture and history, having developed its own customs, musical styles, and cuisines, which have distinguished it in some ways from the rest of the United States. If you want some southern spice for your girl's name, these cool southern girl names are designed for you. Check out the below list and select your favorite southern name for your little girl.

Ada: German for Noble.

Alice: Noble, exalted. Made famous by the heroine in Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (1865) and "Through the Looking Glass" (1872).
Amelia: Latin for "rival, eager work". This old-fashioned and pretty name is a variation of Emily, but it's more distinctive. Henry Fielding may possibly have first coined it for the heroine of his novel "Amelia". Amelia Earhart was the 1st woman to fly across Atlantic Ocean.
Amy: Beloved. In mythology, Amy was the wife of King Latinus.
Anabelle: Easy to love.
Annalee: Favor, grace.
Augusta: Venerated.
Azalea: Flower name.
Bee: A simple name that is easy for a kindergarten student to spell.
Belle: French for Beautiful. Belle is a brave, intelligent and independent heroine character who appears in the film Beauty and the Beast. When her father is imprisoned by the Beast, Belle sacrifices her own freedom in return for his, and eventually learns to love the Beast in spite of his outward appearance.
Blanche: White, pure. Associated with whiteness as in purity, and beauty.
Bobbie: Bright fame.
Bonnie: The name Bonnie is a sweet girl name means pretty, charming beautiful, sweet and good. It is derived from the Scottish dialect word bonny, which means beautiful. In the classic movie Gone with the Wind, Scarlett and Rhett named their daughter Bonnie.
Brook: A brook, stream.
Callie: Greek for "beautiful, lovely".
Carolina: The states of North and South Carolina.
Celia: Heaven.
Charlotte: Little and womanly, made popular by Queen Charlotte, George III's wife. Also the largest city in the U.S. state of North Carolina.
Clara: Latin for "clear, bright". The name Clara is soft and sweet, and it is also a nickname for Clarissa. Made famous in the 1920s by the silent film actress Clara Bow, known as "the It girl", because whatever "it" was, she had it.
Clementine: Mild or merciful.
Constance: Steadfast.
Coralee: Maiden.
Daisy: Day's eye, also a flower with a yellow disk and white rays. Often used as a nickname for Margaret. Henry James named the typical American girl in Europe as Daisy Miller in his story.
Delilah: Delilah is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Delilah is "languishing, lovelorn, seductive".
Dixie: Nickname for the Southern United States, also place names in North America.
Edie: Strife for wealth.
Elizabeth: Pledged to God.
Eloise: Famous warrior. Name of a character in Kay Thompson's books for children.
Evaline: Form of Evelyn, means Life.
Florence: Girl name of Latin origin means "flowering, in bloom". Also the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the province of Florence. It is famous for its history, and it attracts millions of tourists each year.
Francis: Latin for Frenchman, Frances is the feminine form. House of Cards fans will definitely have feelings about this name.
Gale: Father in rejoicing.
Georgia: One of the states that make up the United States of America.
Georgina: Earth worker.
Glory: Word name that has a religious and a patriotic flavor.
Grace: Grace is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Grace is "favor; blessing". In Greek mythology, there are three Graces and they were goddesses of nature: Aglaia (brillance), Thalia (flowering), and Euphrosyne (joy).
Harper: The name Harper is a unisex baby name, and the meaning of Harper is "harpist, minstrel". Harper is a celebrity favorite, chosen by the Beckhams, Neil Patrick Harris, Bill Hader, Jenna Fischer, and more.
Hazel: A name from nature, the hazel tree, light brown. A hazelnut has a thin, dark brown skin. Emily Blunt and John Krasinski named their daughter Hazel, they went through a few different ones and finally John found the name Hazel, and they both really like this old-fashioned name. Julia Roberts also named one of her twins Hazel in 2004.
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". Also the capital city of the U.S. State of Montana and the county seat of Lewis and Clark County.
Henrietta: Home ruler.
Imogen: Maiden.
Iris: Iris is a flower that blooms during the late spring; it usually comes in bright shades of purple and gold. Also a messenger-goddess who rode rainbows between heaven and earth to deliver messages from Olympus.
Isabelle: Spanish variant form of Elisabeth.
Josephine: A feminine form of Joseph.
Julep: Rosewater.
Julia: Down-bearded youth.
Katherine: It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Katherine is "pure". Used by Katharine Hepburn and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Kay: Pure.

Laurelie: Laurelie calls to mind all of the loveliest qualities of the South.
Loretta: Laurel.
Luann: Famous warrior.
Lucilla: Light.
Lucinda: Light.
Luella: Famous Elf.
Lula: Bright.
Lyla: Night.
Lynn: Lake.
Mae: A variant of May, which was named for Maia, the Roman earth Goddess.
Maggie: Short form of Margaret, which is of Greek origin and means "pearl".
Magnolia: Magnolia is a sweet-smelling Southern belle of a name, and it is a flower name.
Marcella: Warlike.
Margaret: Pearl.
Maribelle: Beautiful Marie.
Mary: Star of the sea. In Biblical, Mary was the virgin mother of Christ.
Melanie: Black.
Merrilyn: Merry.
Miranda: She who must be admired.
Nellie: Abbreviation Of Eleanor Shining Light.
Nora: The heroine of Ibsen's "A Doll's House".
Olivia: A feminine form of Oliver. The olive tree is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity. Today, "extending an olive branch" traditionally signifies an offer of peace.
Olympia: From Mt. Olympus or Heaven. Also the capital city of the U.S. state of Washington.
Pearl: A pearl is a milky-colored gem produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusc. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones. Pearls have been associated with innocence and modesty. Because it comes from the sea, it also has associations with the moon and with water. Pearls are also traditionally considered appropriate jewelry for debutantes and brides. The pearl is the birthstone for the month of June.
Pepper: Pepper is a spicy plant, and the color of Pepper could be green, yellow or red.
Phoebe: Phoebe is a girl's name of Greek origin, and the meaning of Phoebe is "bright, radiant". In Greek mythology, Phoebe is a reference to Phoebus Apollo, the god of light. Phoebe was the quirky witch from the old TV show, Charmed.
Pollyanna: Combination of Polly and Anna.
Presley: Travis Brorsen.
Priscilla: Ancient.
Quinn: Quinn is an Irish surname occasionally used for girls, and the meaning of Quinn is "wise". The Quinns are primarily from Antrim, Clare, Longford and Tyrone, where their surname is the most common.
Rose: Rose is a very traditional name, it has many variations, for instance Rosa, Rosalie and Rosemary.
Ruby: Ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, and it is considered one of the four precious stones, together with the sapphire, the emerald and the diamond. The name Ruby comes from ruber, Latin for red.
Ruthanna: Companion, friend.
Sadie: Sadie is a diminutive of Sarah, which means princess in Hebrew. This name is cute and whimsical.
Sally: Princess.
Savannah: Spanish for "treeless plain". Also the U.S. river flowing through Savannah, Georgia.
Scarlett: Red. Brought into use as a given name due to Margaret Mitchell's heroine Scarlett O'Hara in the novel "Gone With the Wind".
Sheridan: Long lived treasure.
Sloane: Fighter.
Stella: Stella is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Stella is "star". Mostly literary use until the 19th century, when the name became popular. Linked in most minds to the movie "A Streetcar named Desire", where Marlon Brando bellowed "Stella!".
Sue: Lily.
Susannah: Lily.
Tabitha: beauty and grace or gazelle.
Tallulah: Tallulah is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tallulah is "leaping water".
Tara: Eminence or distinction.
Tierney: Lordly, noble.
Violet: Violet is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Violet is "purple". One of the earliest flower names, Shakespeare used the Latin form Viola for the enterprising heroine in "Twelfth Night".
Virginia: One of the fifty states of the United States of America.
Vivian: Alive.
Willow: Tree with narrow, lance-shaped leaves.
Wren: A small brown songbird.
Zinnia: Zinnia is a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family, it was named for 18th-century German botanist Johann Zinn who classified it.

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