Baby Names

230 Clever Sporty Girls Names with Meanings

Every parent is looking for the right name for their baby. But in doing so, many go for names that aren’t popular for whatever reason. However, this is a costly mistake because you can’t change the name later.

We’ve all heard stories where parents name their child something that the child ends up growing up to hate it. How can you avoid that? Do some research and check out some popular sporty girl names to get better idea.

Lise

  • Meaning: “God’s promise”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: Diminutive form of Elisabeth. Also a Danish noun meaning “relief/soothing comfort/balm”.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Lisa, Liz, Louise”
  • Famous people with name: Lise de Baissac, Mauritian secret agent of the Special Operations Executive in World War II.

Betty

  • Meaning: “God Is My Oath”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Betsy, Beth, Betty”
  • Famous people with name: Betty Jameson, American Hall-of-Fame golfer and one of the founders of the LPGA.

Delma

  • Meaning: “Noble protector”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: In German Baby Names the meaning of the name Delma is: Noble protector.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Delaeden, Del, Dela, Dela, Dela, Del, Del”
  • Famous people with name: Delma Goncalves.

Laury

  • Meaning: “Crowned with laurel”
  • Origin: “Gaelic”
  • Description: a Southern area, bordering on England that today forms part of the Dumfries and Galloway Council Area.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lawrie, Laurie, Larrie, Larry, Laurie, Laury, Lawry, Lowrie”
  • Famous people with name: Laurie Taylor (sociologist).

Lena

  • Meaning: “torch”, “beautiful”, “light”, “bright” and “shining”
  • Origin: “British, German, Hebrew”
  • Description: (from Helena or Jelena) and “of Magdala” (from Magdalena).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Leena, Lenna, Leana, Lina, Lene, Lenka”
  • Famous people with name: ena Olin. Actress | The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

Lolo

  • Meaning: “free man”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: peppy nickname name associated with Lolo (born Lori) Jones, American track and field champ.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lomo, Lono, Lopo, Loro, Loso”
  • Famous people with name: Lolo Letalu Matalasi Moliga, American Samoan politician, former educator, and businessman.

Jordan

  • Meaning: “to flow down”
  • Origin: “Greek and Hebrew”
  • Description: Jordan is a biblical name and a perfect baby name option for religious people. In the Bible, John the Baptist baptized Jesus Christ in the Jordan River.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Iordan, Jorda, Jordaan, Jordana”
  • Famous people with name: Jordan Nagai, American actor who played Russell in the 2009 film Up.

Danica

  • Meaning: “morning star”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Hebrew origin that means Morning Star.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dana, Danielle, and Daniela, Danica”
  • Famous people with name: Danica Lee, an American actress (best known for voicing Ming-Ming on Wonder Pets!)

Bree

  • Meaning: “noble”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: short, breezy name with a sophisticated yet upbeat image, that doesn’t betray its Irish roots.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Bree, Brei, Breigh, Brey, Bri”
  • Famous people with name: Bree Amer (born 1982), Australian television personality.

Catalina

  • Meaning: “pure”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: Catalina is of Irish origin and means “pure.” It is the Spanish form of Katherine.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Katherine or Catherine”
  • Famous people with name: Catalina, Duchess of Villena (1403–1439), Infanta of Aragon.

Misty

  • Meaning: “Covered With Mist, Dew”
  • Origin: “Old English”
  • Description: “Misty” is a classic song, and consequently a movie title, “Play Misty for Me.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Miestie, Mistee, Misteigh, Mistey, Misti”
  • Famous people with name: Misty Edwards, American contemporary Christian musician.

Christie

  • Meaning: “a reference to Christ”
  • Origin: “Scottish”
  • Description: used as a personal name in English, it is usually a diminutive form of the personal names Christian, Christopher, etc.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Christie, Chrystie, Chrysty, Christy, McChristie, Christe, Christi, Christee”
  • Famous people with name: Chris Christie in Russell Crowe/Governor Chris Christie/Kenny Chesney.

Karina

  • Meaning: “love”
  • Origin: “Scandinavia”
  • Description: beautiful in sound and spirit. She’s energetic yet polished, making her well-suited for a little girl and a grown woman alike.
  • Spelling and Variations: Carina, Katrina, Karine, Karin, Katerina, Kabrina, Kariena, Kareena, Karena”
  • Famous people with name: Karina, or Elda Neyis Mosquera (born 1963), Colombian guerrilla commander.

Jenner

  • Meaning: “designer or engineer”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: occupational name for a designer or engineer, from a Middle English reduced form of Old French engineor ‘contriver’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Jair, Jayr, Jmir, Jaber”
  • Famous people with name: Brandon Jenner (born 1984), American reality TV star and musician.

Camira

  • Meaning: “the wind”
  • Origin: “Australian”
  • Description: popular in Christian religion and its main origin is Australian. Camira name meanings is Of the wind.
  • Spelling and Variations: “camarea, commercial, camar, cmaeorn”
  • Famous people with name: Letizia Camera.

In the past, some parents have named their child after celebrities or fictional characters. Sometimes the parents themselves will choose a name that is not typical. Other times they will choose a name that is not common at all.

Some parents are so overwhelmed with the task of naming their child, they opt for a one-word baby name. And although this has been a popular choice, it’s not always the best decision.

In many cultures around the world, a name is considered an important part of a child’s identity. Besides, it’s a good idea to avoid naming your child the same as their father, which might lead to confusion. So, what should the perfect baby’s name be? Let’s dive into the list of awesome sporty girl names.

Andre

  • Meaning: “man, warrior”
  • Origin: “Portuguese”
  • Description: now also used in the English-speaking world. It is a variation of the Greek name Andreas, a short form of any of various compound names derived from andr- ‘man, warrior’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Andrew; Ander; Andy; Andrei”
  • Famous people with name: André (footballer, born 1972) (André Luíz Alves Santos), Brazilian footballer.

Reeve

  • Meaning: “bailiff”
  • Origin: “Anglo-Saxon”
  • Description: is cool and dignified, sophisticated and modern — an excellent combination of assets, and a name being seen as a more masculine and distinctive alternative to Reese.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Reece, Ree, Reece, Reeanne, Reed, Reeba, Reece”
  • Famous people with name: Arthur Stretton Reeve (1907–1981), Bishop of Lichfield.

Rian

  • Meaning: “King”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: primarily a male name of Irish origin that means King. Pronounced Ree-an. Original form of Ryan.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Rayan, Rian, Rion, Ryann, Ryen, Ryne, Ryon”
  • Famous people with name: Rian Johnson (born 1973), American film director, writer, and producer.

Cecilia

  • Meaning: “Blind To”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Latin origin that means Blind To One’s Own Beauty. Feminine form of CECIL.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Cacelie, C’Ceal, Cecelia, Ceceley, Cecely, Cecile, Cecilie, Ceciliane”
  • Famous people with name: Saint Cecilia. Given name: Cecilia.

Dorte

  • Meaning: “A vision”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: In Greek Baby Names the meaning of the name Dorte is: A vision.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dortie, Dorty, Dorteee”
  • Famous people with name: Dorte Jensdatter.

Erica

  • Meaning: “eternal ruler, ever powerful”
  • Origin: “Old Norse”
  • Description: deriving from the Old Norse name Eiríkr (or Eríkr in Eastern Scandinavia due to monophthongization).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Eric, Erik, Frederica, Frederick”
  • Famous people with name: Erica Durance is certainly one of the most famous actresses.

Belen

  • Meaning: “house of bread”
  • Origin: “Spanish”
  • Description: be a contraction for the name Bethlehem, or a Spanish name, meaning “House of Bread.” City in New Mexico, US.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Belenn, Bellen, Bellenn”
  • Famous people with name: Belén Asensio (born 1976), Spanish taekwondo practitioner.

Keeley

  • Meaning: “slender’ or ‘fair”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: Keely is a name that’s been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for girls.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Keelee, Keelei, Keeleigh, Keeley, Keeli, Keelie, Keellee”
  • Famous people with name: Edmund Keeley (born 1926), American author, translator, and Professor Emeritus of English.

Ariane

  • Meaning: “very holy”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: also has Greek and Welsh origins, where it has the same meaning. Ariane is most common as a given first name, although it is also used as a surname.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Arianna and Ariane”
  • Famous people with name: Ariane Andrew (born 1987), American professional wrestler and manager.

Dagny

  • Meaning: “new day”
  • Origin: “Norwegian”
  • Description: make an ideal choice for a girl born around New Year’s.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Dagnee, Dagnei, Dagneigh, Dagney, Dagni, Dagnie, Dagnnee”
  • Famous people with name: Dagný Brynjarsdóttir, Icelandic soccer player.

Athletic Girls Names

Hayley

  • Meaning: “clearing or meadow”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: It is derived from the English surname Haley, which in turn was based on an Old English toponym, a compound of heg “hay” and leah
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Haley, Haylee, Hayley, Halle, Hailee, Hallie, Haleigh, Haylie and Hayleigh”
  • Famous people with name: “Hayley Nichole Williams”

Gaetane

  • Meaning: “From Gaeta, Italy”
  • Origin:  “French”
  • Description: French feminine form of Gaetan.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Gaea, Gae, Gaea,  Gae,  Gaea,  Gael”
  • Famous people with name: “Gaëtane Iza Laure ThineyFrench footballer”

Marci

  • Meaning: “Of Mars”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description:  Feminine of Marcus. Mars was mythological Roman god of fertility also identified with the Greek war god Ares.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Mauricio, Marco, Marcie, Marcia, Mercia, Marcio, Maurice, Marc, Marcie, Marcy”
  • Famous people with name: “Marci Hamilton. Surname: Hamilton. Initials: MH”

Liseth

  • Meaning: “God is my oath”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: Liseth is an alternate form of Elisabeth (Hebrew).
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Lisa, Lisabet, Lis”
  • Famous people with name: “Lisette de brinon”

Amy

  • Meaning: “beloved”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: Derived from the Latin word amare, meaning “to love”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Amie and Ami”
  • Famous people with name: “Amy Adams”

Maggie

  • Meaning: “Pearl”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description:  Maggie is a cute, earthy short form that has been in style for several decades now, still sometimes used as an independent name by such parents as Jon Stewart.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Greta, Mae, Maggie, Maisie, Margo, and Megan”
  • Famous people with name: “Margaret Denise Quigley”

Angeliki

  • Meaning: “Angelic”
  • Origin: “Greek” 
  • Description:  Angeliki is a version of Angela (Greek): from Church Latin. Angeliki is also a variation of Angelica (Latin).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Angellike”
  • Famous people with name: “Angela dimitriou”

Autumn

  • Meaning: “fall” or “autumn”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: The name has been in use in the United States since at least the late 1960s and has been ranked among the top 100 names for girls there for the past 10 years.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Autrey, Autry, Autena, Autolycus, Autumn, Autha,  Autonoe”
  • Famous people with name: “Autumn Christian, American author”

Gabby

  • Meaning: “God is my strength”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: Its English spelling originates as an Italian feminine given name from the Hebrew name Gabriel.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Bella, Ella, Gab, Gabbi, Gabby, Gabi, Gabie, Gabbie or Gaby”
  • Famous people with name: “Gabby Concepcion Filipino actor and businessman”

Jane

  • Meaning: “God is gracious”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: Some people believe that Jane was derived from the old French name Jehanne, which in turn, is thought to be derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hana, Ivanna, Jana, Janelle, Janiyah, Giana, and Giavanna”
  • Famous people with name: “Jayne Seymour Fonda”

Kaori

  • Meaning: “perfume”
  • Origin: “Japanese”
  • Description: The name Kaori is primarily a female name of Japanese origin that means Fragrant.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Kaoru”
  • Famous people with name: “Kaori (voice actress)  Japanese voice actress and singer”

Alla

  • Meaning: “Ascend, to go up”
  • Origin:Russian”
  • Description: Also means “noble one” from the Arabic for the Moslem God Allah but with pronunciation stressed on the first syllable (A-lla) rather than the last syllable in Allah (Al-lah).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Aaliah or Aaliaya”
  • Famous people with name:

Cathy

  • Meaning: “Pure, clear”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: It was borne by a number of saints, including St Catherine of Alexandria, a 4th century martyr who suffered torture on a spiked wheel.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Kate, Kath, Cat, Catt, Cate, Catey, Cath, Catie, Cayte, Kathy, Kathie, Kathi, Katie, Katey, Katy”
  • Famous people with name: “Cathy Cavadini, American voice actress”

Camilla

  • Meaning: “acolyte”
  • Origin: “Etruscan”
  • Description:  Feminine form of Camillus. Famous bearer: Roman mythological Volscian warrior queen Camilla. Fanny Burney’s 18th century novel ‘Camilla’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Milly, Millie, Mille and Milla”
  • Famous people with name: “Camilla Rosemary Shand”

Edite

  • Meaning: “prosperous in war”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: Its Pronunciation is EH-Di-the. Edite Origin / Usage is ‘ English, Portuguese Baby Names ‘ .
  • Spelling and Variations: “Edith” 
  • Famous people with name: “Edit Herczog”

Hege

  • Meaning: “Meditation, word, groaning, separation”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: In Biblical Names the meaning of the name Hege is: Meditation, word, groaning, separation.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Egeh, Eghe”
  • Famous people with name: “Hege Bøkko Norwegian long-track speedskater”

Natalie

  • Meaning: “Meditation, word, groaning, separation”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description:  It is derived from the Latin phrase natale domini meaning “birth of the Lord.” Natalie is a variation of the name Natalia, which comes from Russian and French traditions.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Nathalie, Natalee, Natarle, Nathaly, Nataleigh and Natali”
  • Famous people with name: “Natalie Hershlag”

Andrea

  • Meaning: “courageous”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description:  It is the feminine form of Andrew and the Italian variation of Andreas.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Andreu”
  • Famous people with name: “Andrea Allan American actress”

Lindsay

  • Meaning: “A lake; a place of linden trees”
  • Origin: “Old English”
  • Description:  From the island of the lime tree. Once regarded as a masculine name, Lindsay was eventually used for children of both genders. Today, girls are given this name more frequently.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lindsey, Linsey, Lynsey, Lyndsy, Lyndsey, Lynzee  and  Linzi”
  • Famous people with name: “Lindsay Dee Lohan”

Analia

  • Meaning: “gracious”
  • Origin: “HEBREW, LATIN”
  • Description:  The name Analia is predominantly used in Polandand the meaning of Analia is ‘gracious’ or ‘merciful’.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Anacleto, Ana, Anabel, Anacelia, Anaca, Anabella, Anabelle, Anabeth”
  • Famous people with name: “Analía Gadé Argentine actress”

Sporty Girl Names

Aya

  • Meaning: “design”
  • Origin: “Japanese”
  • Description: Aya is also an Arabic feminine name written as آية meaning “wonderful”, “amazing”, “miracle” or “verse” (of a religious scripture such as the Quran or Bible).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Ayah and Aiya”
  • Famous people with name: “Aya (queen), Ancient Egyptian queen during the 18th century BCE”

Florence

  • Meaning: “blossoming, flourishing”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: The name has a lot going for it, both for its floral feel and as a place name connection to the lovely Italian city (after which Florence Nightingale was named—it was her birthplace).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Fiorenza, Flo, Florance, Florencia, Florencita, Florentia, Florrie, Floss, Flossie, Flossy, Flora”
  • Famous people with name:  “Florence Griffith Joyner. Surname: Griffith-Joyner”

Maicon

  • Meaning: “Michael”
  • Origin: “Brazilian”
  • Description: originally referring to, and made popular in reference to, American singer Michael Jackson in the 1980s.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Macelyn, Macklan, Macklen, Macklin, Macklyn, Macksen”
  • Famous people with name: Maicon Pereira de Oliveira.

Rafael

  • Meaning: “God has healed”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description:  Popularized in Western Europe, it can be spelled Raphael, Raphaël, Rafael, Raffael, Raffaello, Raffiel, Refoel, Raffaele, or Refael depending on the language.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Raphaël, Rafael, Raffael, Raffaello, Raffiel, Refoel, Raffaele, or Refael” 
  • Famous people with name: “Rafael Nadal. Surname: Nadal”

Finlay

  • Meaning: “white, fair”
  • Origin:Scottish”
  • Description: The name Finlay is primarily a gender-neutral name of Scottish origin that means Fair Warrior.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Finlay, Finlea, Finlee, Findley, Findlay, Finnlea and Finnley”
  • Famous people with name: “Finlay Mickel, Scottish skier”

Reese

  • Meaning: “ardent or fiery”
  • Origin: “Welsh”
  • Description: The name Reese is primarily a gender-neutral name of Welsh origin that means Passion, Enthusiasm. Anglicized of the name:  “Reece, Reed, Reece, Reece, Ree, Reeba”
  • Famous people with name: “Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon”

Goral

  • Meaning: “someone from the mountains of southern Poland”
  • Origin: “Polish”
  • Description: a derivative of góra ‘mountain’ (see Goralski).
  • Spelling and Variations: “góra, gorul, goural”
  • Famous people with name: Podhale Gorals (pl: górale podhalańscy) of Podhale in Poland.

Irma

  • Meaning: “world”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: Irma is a female given name. It is also used in combination with other names in the abbreviated form “Irm-
  • Spelling and Variations: “Irmeli, Irmelin, Irmhild, Irmin”
  • Famous people with name: “Irma Grese. Surname: Grese. Initials”

Kallie

  • Meaning: “fairest or most beautiful”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: Kallie as a girl’s name is of Greek origin and is a nickname for Calista meaning “fairest or most beautiful”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Kalai, Kal, Kal, Kalaine, Kalaila, Kala, Kalah”
  • Famous people with name: “Kallie knoetze”

Celeste

  • Meaning: “heavenly or celestial”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: Celeste is a softly pretty and somewhat quaint name with heavenly overtones, which kids might associate with Queen Celeste of Babar’s elephant kingdom.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Celestine, Celestia”
  • Famous people with name: “Celeste Boureille American soccer player”

Angela

  • Meaning: “messenger of God”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description:  It is derived from the Greek word ángelos (ἄγγελος), meaning angel or “messenger of God”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Angie, Angel, Angelina, Angeline, Angelica, Angelita, Angelis, Anghela, Angella”
  • Famous people with name: “Angela Brigid Lansbury”

Simone

  • Meaning: “He has heard”
  • Origin: “Hebrew via Greek”
  • Description:  The elegant French feminization of Simon, strikes that all-important balance between unusual and familiar, and it’s oozing with Gallic sophistication.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Simeon, Simon, Šimona, Simonida, Simonetta, Simeuna, Ximena, Jimena”
  • Famous people with name: “Simone Bolelli. Surname: Bolelli”

Brynlee

  • Meaning: “burned meadow”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: The name Brynlee is primarily a gender-neutral name of English origin that means Burnt Meadow.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Brinley”
  • Famous people with name: Brynlee Loe, daughter of baseball player Kameron Loe.

Gillian

  • Meaning: “Youthful”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: The name Gillian is primarily a female name.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Jillian”
  • Famous people with name: “Gillian Alexy (born 1986), Australian actress”

Flavai

  • Meaning: “yellow” or “golden”
  • Origin: “Ancient Roman”
  • Description: feminine form of the Roman family name Flavius. The name is most commonly used in Italy, Romania, Brazil (Portuguese: Flávia) and in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Flaviana, Flavie, Flaviere, Flavyere”
  • Famous people with name: Flavia Fortunato (born 1964), Italian singer, actress and television presenter.

Becca

  • Meaning: “To Tie, To Bind”
  • Origin: Hebrew”
  • Description: currently preferred replacement for Becky, sometimes used on its own.
  • Spelling and Variations: Becca, Becky, Reba, Rifka”
  • Famous people with name: Rebecca Emily Hollcraft.

Shannon

  • Meaning: “Straw Worker”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: an occupational surname for someone who worked with straw. May also reference the longest river in Ireland, the Shannon.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Shan, Shana, Shanna”
  • Famous people with name: Shannon Elizabeth Fadal.

Genevive

  • Meaning: “woman of the race”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: derived from the Germanic word kuni meaning “kin, family” and wefa meaning “wife, woman.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Genvieve, Jenevieve”
  • Famous people with name: Jeri Southern. Given name: Genevieve Lillian Hering.

Michelle

  • Meaning: “Who is like God?”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: girl’s name of French origin meaning “who is like God”. … Michael was derived from the Hebrew name Mihka’el, meaning “who is like God.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Michaela, Micaela, Michalina”
  • Famous people with name: Michelle Marie Pfeiffer.

Birgit

  • Meaning: “strength”
  • Origin: “Scandinavian, Norwegian”
  • Description: Birgit is pronounced with a hard ‘g’ and is one of the many international versions of the Irish Bridget. Birgit Nilsson was a celebrated Swedish operatic soprano.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Birgitta, Birgitte, Bridget, Bridgette, Bergit, Berjit”
  • Famous people with name: Birgit Doll, Austrian actress and theatre director.

What are some of cutest sporty girl names?

  • Faizah – “Victorious”
  • Jarah – “Boldness”
  • Adira – “Strong”
  • Valeria – “Strength and vigor”
  • Athena – “Wise”
  • Tamar – “Date palm”
  • Aspen – “Aspen tree”
  • Aja – “High Priestess”
  • Tempest – “Turbulent”
  • Beatrix – “blessed”
  • Bronx – “Bronck’s Land”
  • Fantasia – “Fantasy”
  • Alvara – “Elf warrior”
  • Arya – “Faithful friend”
  • Viva – “Alive”
  • Raphaella – “God heals”
  • Calista – “Cup”
  • Katana – “Sword”
  • Ridley – “Reed Clearing”
  • Mirta – “Crown of thorns”
Athletic Girls Names

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Tips to Naming Your Babies

There are millions of baby names out there, and while most parents decide on a name and stick with it for the rest of their lives, there are some who wish the best for their future child, but don’t have a clue how to choose a name. These parents may be confused about why they can’t come up with a name for their baby, or they may have tried several times and have given up on the idea.

If you are considering giving your child a name, there are some things you should know:

1.       Pick the name you love, even if it is popular.

It is popular and you love it. Anything else you need to think upon? Nope. Go for it. If you want to give it uniqueness, think of a great middle name.

Here are some popular sporty girl names out there:

Corinne

  • Meaning: “beautiful maiden”
  • Origin: “ancient Greek”
  • Description: become popular following the publication of Corinne, an 1808 novel by Madame de Staël.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Corrine, Corin, Corine, Corinn, Coryn, Corryn, Koryn, Korryn”
  • Famous people with name: Corinne Brinkerhoff (born 1979), American television producer and writer.

Danilo

  • Meaning: “God is my judge”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: a very common given name in Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Serbian.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Daneylo, Danielo, Danillo, Danilo, Dannill”
  • Famous people with name: Danilo I, Prince of Montenegro (1826–1860), Prince-Bishop of Montenegro.

Lisman

  • Meaning: “cunning’ or Lust ‘joy’, ‘pleasure”
  • Origin: “Jewish”
  • Description: an ornamental name, composed of German List ‘cunning’ or Lust ‘joy’, ‘pleasure’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lasham, Lassham, Lassam, Lascham, Lashem, Lashom, Laschem”
  • Famous people with name: John Lisman had a passionate connection with life, art and science.

Kerry

  • Meaning: “Kingdom of Ciar”
  • Origin: Irish Gaelic”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of Irish origin that means From Ciar’s People Or The County Of Kerry. Kerry, originally called Chiarrai, means Ciar’s people. Ciar means black.
  • Spelling and Variations: Keri, Kerri, Kerrie”
  • Famous people with name: Kerri Kenney-Silver, an American comedian, actress, singer and writer.

Dottie

  • Meaning: “gift of God”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: Dottie is a girl’s name of English origin meaning “gift of God”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dottie, Dotty, Theodora, Dorothea, Dolly, Dorothee, Dot”
  • Famous people with name: Dottie Alexander (born 1972), keyboardist for of Montreal, an American indie pop band.

Clair

  • Meaning: “clear,” “light,” or “bright”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: is the feminine form in French, while Clair would be the masculine form.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Clair, Clare, Clara, Clarissa”
  • Famous people with name: Claire Catherine Danes.

Malene

  • Meaning: “magnificent”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: In German Baby Names the meaning of the name Malene is: magnificent.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Adelheid, Aldona, Alfonsine, Arabella, Belle, Bertha”
  • Famous people with name: Malene Haukøy.

Giorgia

  • Meaning: “Farmer”
  • Origin: “Italian”
  • Description: Giorgia is primarily a female name of Italian origin that means Farmer.
  • Spelling and Variations: Georgiana, Georgina, Giorgia”
  • Famous people with name: Georgia Groome (born 1992), British Actress.

Leda

  • Meaning: “Lady”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: classical Greek myth, Leda was a great beauty who mothered another great beauty, Helen of Troy.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Alida, Latia, Leta, Letha, Letitia, Letta, Letty”
  • Famous people with name: Leda Luss Luyken.

Gitte

  • Meaning: “exalted one” or “the high goddess”
  • Origin: “Danish and German”
  • Description: pet form of Brigitte (itself the German/French form of Bridget).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Gitane, Gita, Gitel, Gitika, Githa, Gitanjali, Gitana, Gitanna”
  • Famous people with name: Gitte Moos Knudsen.

Mia

  • Meaning: “mine”
  • Origin: “ancient Egyptian”
  • Description: Mia is believed to originally stem from the ancient Egyptian word Mr, which means beloved.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Amalia, Amelia, Emilia, Emily”
  • Famous people with name: María de Lourdes Villiers Farrow.

Colt

  • Meaning: “young horse”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: kind of unconventionally macho name that is so trendy right now, because of or in spite of its association with horses and guns.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Colbee, Colan, Colbert, Colas, Col, Cola”
  • Famous people with name: Colt McCoy (born 1986), American football quarterback with the Washington Redskins.

Shawnee

  • Meaning: “God is gracious”
  • Origin: “Algonquin”
  • Description: Shawnee were an Algonquin tribe who originally lived in the Ohio valley.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Shana, Shanna, Shaun, Shauna, Shaunda, Shaunice, Shaunna, Shaunte, Shawna, Shawnda, Shawnna and Shawnte”
  • Famous people with name: Keith Longhorn – Actor, Model, Musician, Artist, Dancer from the Absentee Shawnee tribe.

Hiroko

  • Meaning: “rich child”
  • Origin: “Japanese”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Japanese origin that means Magnanimous, Generous Child.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Heroko, Hurok, Hyroko”
  • Famous people with name: Hiroko HayashiJapanese actress, singer and tarento.

2.       Do not skip lovely sporty girl names even if they are unique, unusual, and different.

Sometimes, parents will not go for unusual, unique, and different baby names. They consider it weird. Let me tell you that being attractive and thought provoking is the game these days.

How would you like these sporty girl names:

  • Jett – “Black”
  • Blaze – “Lisp, stutter”
  • Yola – “Violet flower”
  • Nikita – “Unconquered”
  • Jetta – “Home ruler”
  • Nera – “Candle”
  • Keondra – “Goddess”
  • Battista – “To dip”
  • Nalda – “Strong”
  • Pandora – “All gifts”
  • Nova – “New”
  • Ariadne – “Most holy”
  • Hildegard – “Battle stronghold”
  • Serena – “Serene”
  • Ryder – “Knight”

3.       Be confident if you want to go toward personalized spellings for your baby’s name.

SURE. You should be confident when giving personalized spellings to your baby’s name. However, it is important that you do not make it weird. Adding or removing an alphabet would be enough here.

Try changing these baby names spellings into personalized ones:

Emelyn

  • Meaning: “peaceful home”
  • Origin: “American”
  • Description: as a girls’ name is a German and Latin name, and the meaning of the name Emelyn is “peaceful home; rival; laborious; eager”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Emeline and Emily”
  • Famous people with name: Emelyn Starr.

Grace

  • Meaning: “the grace of God”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: is of Latin origin and refers to the phrase, “the grace of God.” Grace is one of the most popular virtue names.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Grayce, Grayse, Gracia, and Graciella”
  • Famous people with name: Grace Patricia Kelly.

Jalen

  • Meaning: “may God protect”, “holder of the heel”
  • Origin: “American”
  • Description: Jalen is an invented name. The American basketball player Jalen Rose got that name in the 90s. It is a combination of James, the name of his father and Leonard, the name of his uncle.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Jaylen, Jaylin and Jaylon”
  • Famous people with name: Jalen Reeves-Maybin (born 1995), American football player.

Dianne

  • Meaning: “Divine”
  • Origin: “American”
  • Description: that means Divine. American spelling of the French Diane.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Dalanie, Dalari, Dallyce, Damarie, Damonie”
  • Famous people with name: Diane Colleen Lane.

Bailey

  • Meaning: “agent of the law”/”debt collector”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: derived from a surname, which was comprised of the Middle English word baili, meaning “bailiff.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Bail, Bailee, Baileigh, Bailie, Baillee, Baillie, Baily, Baley, Baylee, Bayley and Bayly”
  • Famous people with name: Bailey Howell. Surname: Howell.

Elena

  • Meaning: “shining light”
  • Origin: “Italian and Spanish”
  • Description: has roots in Spanish, Italian, Slavic, and Romanian. Elena derives from the name Helen, which came from the Greek word helene, meaning “torch.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Elaina, Ellena, and Alena”
  • Famous people with name: Infanta Elena, Duchess of Lugo. Given name: Elena.

Lori

  • Meaning: “laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory”
  • Origin: “American”
  • Description: In English Baby Names the meaning of the name Lori is: The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Laura and Lorraine”
  • Famous people with name: Lori Dupuis (born 1972), Canadian ice hockey player.

Fabiana

  • Meaning: “bean grower”
  • Origin: “Italian”
  • Description: feminine given name of Italian origin meaning “bean grower”.
  • Spelling and Variations: Fabiane Fabianna Fabra Faviola Fabiola Fabia Fabianne Favianna”
  • Famous people with name: Fabiana de Barros (born 1957), Brazilian-born Swiss artist.

Aubrey

  • Meaning: “ruler of elves”
  • Origin: “Norman French”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of English origin that means Noble Ruler.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Audrey, Aubrie”
  • Famous people with name: Moon Mullican. Given name: Aubrey Wilson Mullican.

Holly

  • Meaning: “Plant With Red Berries”
  • Origin: “Irish”
  • Description: Thought of as a female name in more recent times, Holly was also used as a nickname for the male name Hollis, from a habitational surname meaning “By the Holly.”
  • Spelling and Variations: “Holee, Holeigh, Holi, Holie, Hollee”
  • Famous people with name: “Holly Sue Cullen”

Liliana

  • Meaning: “pure’ and ‘innocent”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: The name is generally found in North America though it is more common in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lilliana, Lilyana, Lilianna, Lillianna, and Lilyanna”
  • Famous people with name: “Liliana Lozano Colombian actress and beauty queen”

Sonja

  • Meaning: “Wisdom”
  • Origin: “Scandinavian”
  • Description: The name Sonja is primarily a female name of Scandinavian origin that means Wisdom. diminutive form of Sophia.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Sonia or Sonya”
  • Famous people with name:  “Queen Sonja of Norway. Given name: Sonja”

Carly

  • Meaning: “free man”
  • Origin: “German”
  • Description: Though a couple of its more “creative” spellings—Carli and Karlee, for example—are still on the rise, this feminine form of Carl, popularized by singer Carly Simon in the 1970s, could by no stretch be considered fashionable.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Carley, Carlie, Carlee, Carleigh and Carli”
  • Famous people with name: “Carly Rae Jepsen”

Gretel

  • Meaning: “Pearl”
  • Origin: “German” 
  • Description: Gretel originated as a nickname for Margarete, the German form of Margaret.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Greer, Greenwood, Greagoir, Green”
  • Famous people with name: “Gretel Bergmann. Surname: Bergmann. Initials”

Emi

  • Meaning: “Blessed, Favour, Beautiful”
  • Origin: “Japanese”
  • Description: The name Emi is primarily a female name.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Emmi, Emmie or Emmy”
  • Famous people with name: “Emi Akimoto Japanese hurdler”

4.       Crossing your favorite sporty girl names on the feedback on friends and family members.

Feedback is important. But it does not mean to listen to every other person’s opinion. You will hardly find sporty girl names that everybody would like. Therefore, get feedback but still know your choice.

Consider getting feedback on these baby names from your friends and family members:

  • Sloane – “Raid”
  • Alexandria – “Defender of man”
  • Velora – “healthy”
  • Molly – “Of the sea”
  • Harriet – “Home ruler”
  • Finley – “Fair warrior”
  • Nala – “Successful”
  • Gemma – “Precious stone”
  • Kainda – “Hunter’s Daughter”
  • Samara – “Guardian”
  • Lennox – “Levenach”
  • Kumani – “Destiny”
  • Artemis – “Butcher”
  • Leia – “Weary one”
  • Elektra – “Shining”

5.       Do a little research and find what is out there.

Research is important step for the first-time parents as well for those who do not know what sort of names people pick. You will be all good once you do a little internet research. You will also be able to find some great sporty girl names that you might consider now or in the future.

Here are some common baby names examples to help you:

Juana

  • Meaning: “God is gracious”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: In Hebrew Baby Names the meaning of the name Juana is: Gift from God.
  • Spelling and Variations:  “Juan, Juani, Juaniqua, Juan Hugo” 
  • Famous people with name: “Juana I Queen of Castile and Aragon”

Jackie

  • Meaning: “Supplanter”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: The name Jackie is primarily a female name of English origin that means Supplanter. Diminutive form of Jacqueline.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Jacqueline is Jacquie, Jackie, Jacque or Jacqui”
  • Famous people with name: “Jackie Bradley Jr”

Clarisa

  • Meaning: “bright”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: In Spanish Baby Names the meaning of the name Clarisa is: Bright; shining and gentle; famous.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Clair, Clare, Clara, Clarice, Clarisa, Clarisse”
  • Famous people with name: “Clara Barton (Clarissa Harlowe BartonAmerican humanitarian who founded the American Red Cross”

Bryony

  • Meaning: “to sprout”
  • Origin: “Greek” 
  • Description: Bryony is an unusually strong plant name –the bryony is a wild climbing vine with green flowers –that caught on in the U.K. before sprouting here.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Bryoni and Brioney”
  • Famous people with name: “Bryony Afferson British actress and musician”

Geovany

  • Meaning: “God is gracious”
  • Origin: “Italian”
  • Description: Geovany as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovany is “God is gracious”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Geovanni, Giovonnie, Giovannie, Jiovanni”
  • Famous people with name: “Johannes Kepler. Given name: Giovanni”

Leryn

  • Meaning: “An ownership of the song”
  • Origin: “Hebrew”
  • Description: People with name Leryn are usually Judaism by religion.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Leretta, Lerissa, Lerayne, Lera”
  • Famous people with name: Leryn Dahiana Franco Steneri is a Paraguayan model, actress and former athlete.

Gunhild

  • Meaning: “war”
  • Origin: “Old Norse”
  • Description: Gunilda is a Germanic feminine given name composed of two words meaning “war” (hild/hildr and gunn).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Gunhild, Gunnhild, Gunnhildr, Gunnhildur, Gundhild, Gunhilde, Gunhilda or Gunilda”
  • Famous people with name: “Gunhild of wenden”

Lili

  • Meaning: “oath of God”
  • Origin: “Greek”
  • Description: Also a diminutive of Bethia (daughter or worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament village near Jerusalem.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lillian, Lilika, Liliana or Lilith”
  • Famous people with name: “Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson”

Gwennan

  • Meaning: “blessed”
  • Origin: “Welsh”
  • Description: The name Gwennan is primarily a female name of Welsh origin that means Blessed.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Gwyneth”
  • Famous people with name: “Gwennan harries”

Malin

  • Meaning: “high tower or woman of Magdela”
  • Origin: “Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish”
  • Description:  A multi-cultural name that’s in the Norwegian Top 50 and well-used throughout the Scandinavian cultures.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Madelin and Madelen”
  • Famous people with name: “Malin Maria Åkerman”

Morgan

  • Meaning: “Sea chief or Famous magic”
  • Origin: “Welsh and Breton”
  • Description: Her name comes from Morgen, an Old Welsh name meaning “sea-born,” and is related to the Irish name Muirgen.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Morgan, Morgana, Morgaine, Muirghein, Morrigan”
  • Famous people with name: “Morgan Brittany American actress”

Haile

  • Meaning: “From The Hay Clearing”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: The name Haile is primarily a female name of English origin that means From The Hay Clearing.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Hael, Haele, Haelle, Hail”
  • Famous people with name: Haile Samuel.

Gabrielle

  • Meaning: “God is my strength”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: historically a feminine name. It’s considered to be the feminine version of the name Gabriel.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Gabby, Gab, Gabs, Brie, Gabbs, Gabi, Gaby, Brielle, Rielle, Gabgab, Belle”
  • Famous people with name: Gabrielle Monique Union-Wade.

Jenna

  • Meaning: “Fair Phantom”
  • Origin: “English, Welsh”
  • Description: primarily a female name of English origin that means Fair Phantom. Diminutive form of Jennifer.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Genevieve, Jane, Janet, Jen, Jennifer, Jenny”
  • Famous people with name: Jennifer Mary Butala.

6.       Consider names of the subsequent children.

Maybe, you are first time parents and figuring out some cool sporty girl name. It is a good idea to consider the names of subsequent children too.

7.       Avoid names with bad meanings.

Baby names with bad meanings can be a cause of embarrassment for you and your kid. Be sure to know the meaning of the name you are gonna pick and be sure it is encouraging and positive.

Here are some of the cool sporty girl names with meanings:

  • Ramsey – “ram island”
  • Philomena – “Powerful love”
  • Jinx – “Spell”
  • Ramsay – “ram island”
  • Reign – “Rule”
  • Jasira – “Bold”
  • Aura – “Wind”
  • Fahari – “Splendor”
  • Onyx – “Precious gemstone”
  • Karma – “Fate”
  • Marvel – “extraordinary”
  • Genesis – “The beginning”
  • Luna – “The moon”
  • Esperanza – “Hope”
  • Zenobia – “Life of Zeus”

8.       Pick up good people names from history.

The name of person has effect on his/her personality, it is said. Maybe, that’s the reason why people choose names from history. You can consider this as well. I am sure you have heard about many legends from the past. I bet you’d find some awesome and useable sporty girl names if you look into it.

We have a small list of sporty girl names here for you to check out and know if you have heard them before:

Tessie

  • Meaning: “harvester”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: With Tillie a new favorite of avant-garde parents, the British music-hall Tessie might conceivably follow.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Tessee, Tessei, Tesseigh, Tessey, Tessi, Tessie”
  • Famous people with name: Tessie Oelrichs, Welsh entertainer and actress.

Manuela

  • Meaning: “The Lord is among us”
  • Origin: “Spanish”
  • Description: derived from the Hebrew name “Emanuel”, meaning “God is with us”.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Manuela or Manuéla”
  • Famous people with name: Manuela Arbelaez, model and actress appearing in The Price is Right models (formerly Barker’s Beauties)

Lara

  • Meaning: “a laurel leaf”
  • Origin: “Latin”
  • Description: In Roman mythology Lara was the name of a beautiful nymph, while it’s also the name of a famous games character.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lara, Laraene, Larae, Lar, Laraine, Larah, Larain”
  • Famous people with name: Lara Arruabarrena. Surname: Arruabarrena.

Maddie

  • Meaning: “young, unmarried woman”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: primarily a female name of English origin that means Woman Of Magdala. Diminutive form of Madeleine or Madison.
  • Spelling and Variations: Madeline, Madelyn, Magdalena, Magdalene”
  • Famous people with name: Maddy English (1925–2004), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player.

Devin

  • Meaning: “fawn”, or “poet”
  • Origin: “Irish patronymic”
  • Description: separate and unrelated root for Devin is from a nickname, based on Old French devin, “divine” (Latin dīvīnus).
  • Spelling and Variations: “Devyn, Devynne, Devinne, Devan, Deavan/Deaven, Deven”
  • Famous people with name: Devin Caherly, American social media personality and businessperson.

Larisa

  • Meaning: “the smile”
  • Origin: “Spanish”
  • Description: was inspired by the ancient city, Larisa that is situated in Thessaly, meaning ‘citadel’.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Larissa, Larisza, Laryssa, Larysza”
  • Famous people with name: Saint Larissa, early martyr venerated by the Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches.

Aria

  • Meaning: “song” or “melody”
  • Origin: “Italian”
  • Description: it is a musical term that refers to an elaborate vocal solo usually found within a larger piece of music, generally an opera.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Aria, Ariya, Ariyah”
  • Famous people with name: Aria Montgomery. Surname: Montgomery.

Achille

  • Meaning: “thin-lipped”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: The French spin on the name of the great Homeric hero with the vulnerable heel seems somewhat more portable into the modern world.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Achiles, Achilles, Achyles, Achylles”
  • Famous people with name: Achille Devéria (1800–1857), French painter and lithographer.

Formiga

  • Meaning: “restlessness”
  • Origin: “Portuguese”
  • Description: a nickname given to her as a teenager due to her unselfish style and persistent work ethic — will continue to play domestic football in Brazil for her first club, São Paulo FC.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Fia, Fara, Fina, Fira”
  • Famous people with name: Formiga (footballer, born 1895), Brazilian men’s footballer.

Akemi

  • Meaning: “bright, beauty”
  • Origin: “Japanese”
  • Description: primarily a female name of Japanese origin that means Bright, Beautiful.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Akemee, Akemeigh, Akemi, Akemie, Akemy”
  • Famous people with name: Akemi Darenogare, Japanese fashion model and television personality.

Dexire

  • Meaning: “The one desired”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: It originates from the French word désirée, meaning desired.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Desirée, Dessire, Desiree”
  • Famous people with name: Suzuki Dzire (stylized as the Suzuki DZire, previously known as Suzuki Swift Dzire but still sold as Suzuki Swift sedan in Colombia)

Lionel

  • Meaning: “The little lion”
  • Origin: “French”
  • Description: primarily a male name of French origin that means Little Lion. Diminutive of the name Leon. Lionel Hampton, musician.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Lionael, Lionail, Lionale, Lionayl, Lionnael, Lionnale”
  • Famous people with name: Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence (1338–1368), son of King Edward III of England.

Jayne

  • Meaning: “God is gracious”
  • Origin: “American”
  • Description: Jayne is the feminine version of John and a derivation of Jane. Other origins of this name are Hebrew and Indian.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Jaean, Jaee, Jaene, Jaenne, Jaine”
  • Famous people with name: Vera Jayne Palmer.

Elisa

  • Meaning: “God is a promise”
  • Origin: “Spanish”
  • Description: diminutive of Elisabeth, a form of Elizabeth, which traces back to the Greek name Elisabet, and further back to Hebrew name Elisheva.
  • Spelling and Variations: Élise, Eliza, Elizabeth, Elle, Lisa, Elsa, Elisha”
  • Famous people with name: Élisa Bonaparte, Imperial French princess and sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Brit

  • Meaning: “exalted”
  • Origin: “English”
  • Description: primarily a gender-neutral name of English origin that means Exalted, Lofty.
  • Spelling and Variations: “Briet, Breit, Brit, Britt”
  • Famous people with name: Sir Winston Churchill (1874–1965), Mo Mowlam, British politician.

9.       Make sure the first and second name fit with each other.

This happens rarely that the first and seconds names do not fit and meet each other well. It is, however, something you would not want.

Check out sporty girl names and try to make full names that fit each other nicely:

  • Jade – “Precious stone”
  • Raquel – “Ewe”
  • Briar – “brambles”
  • Phaedra – “Bright”
  • Ada – “Graceful”
  • Cleo – “The celebrated one”
  • Anya – “Resurrection”
  • Galaxy – “Star system”
  • Winda – “Hunter”
  • Asha – “Alive and well”
  • Naja – “Rescue”
  • Margaret – “Pearl”
  • Quinn – “Descendent of Conn”
  • Fallon – “Superiority”
  • Ramona – “Protecting hands”

10.   Avoid names with too many syllables.

Baby names with too many syllables are complex. They are hard to remember. They should be avoided.

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Sharjeel Sial is passionate about learning new things; technology, automation, and AI. He helps the NamesFrog team in research and writing.

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