Old-fashioned girl names
are classic and beautiful, and they never go out of style. Check out these amazing old-fashioned girl names for your pretty babies, they have a wonderful and romantic sound and you will surely love them.
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.
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.
Eliza: Cockney flower girl Eliza Dolittle in "My Fair Lady".
Ella: A short form of Eleanor and Ellen, meaning "light." Also mean "beautiful fairy woman" in English and "Goddess" in Hebrew.
Eva: Life, animal.
Flora: Flower. Also the Roman goddess of spring.
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.
Georgia: One of the states that make up the United States of America.
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).
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.
Josephine: French name meaning "God will increase." Josephine Bonaparte was actually christened "Marie Josephe Rose", and was always known as Rose until she met Napoleon, who picked up her middle name and adapted it to "Josephine."
Katherine: It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Katherine is "pure". Used by Katharine Hepburn and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Lillian: Latin for "lily flower". A pretty antique moniker with an easy and appealing flower nickname and numerous spelling variation options. Television actress Mary McCormack recently named her new daughter Lillian.
Lulu: Lulu is the Latin feminine form of Louis, which means "famous warrior." In Native American, Lulu means Rabbit.
Marnie: From the sea; sparkling, shining.
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.
Ruth: Friend, companion.
Victoria: A goddess who smiled on the ancient Roman people for many centuries. Also the capital city of British Columbia, Canada.
Viola: A genus of flowering plants in the violet family.
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