There are a lot of names out there, and it can be hard to find the best ones. When you’re picking a name for your first-born daughter, you want to make sure it’s perfect.
Here are some of the top 10 prettiest girl names that we think sound great:
While Isabella is a relatively plain-sounding name, it’s a pretty classic option, and it comes with gorgeous spellings. While you’re at it, you might also consider naming your daughter Isabella Hazel or Isabella Roo or Isabella Lily.
For a more sophisticated look, try naming your daughter Sophia or Sophia Grace or Sophia Melody or Sophia Penelope. It just depends on how sophisticated you want her to be.
Like Sophia, Rose is a pretty name. It’s also a great option if you’re having a girl in the summer, like us.
Sophia Jo: Jo is the greatest city in Australia. In fact, you can’t visit anywhere in Australia without making a stop there.
Faith (also spelled Faithle and faithy) is one of the most common girl names in the United States. It is most commonly a variation of the name Faith, but there are also some variations of the name that are spelled Faith.
The name means “faithful” and is a classic name. Faith is a popular name in Catholic-majority countries, including Ireland, Italy, France, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
Another variation of Faith is Fleur, and that is also a common name in England. The spelling “Fleur” means flower in French, but it is also one of the most popular names for a girl in England. The name is also common in Ireland and Spain.
Due is another popular variation of Faith.
- Sophia Rose
Do you like the top prettiest girl names? Or do you think there are others we missed?
If you’re reading this article, you probably want to know about the top 10 prettiest boy names, too! There’s no shortage of great choices, and we’ve narrowed it down to 10 of our favorites:
Rockie, Ruby, and Saffron have been blessed with beautiful little girls. Their moms say that the names are so cute, that if the names were people, they would be the perfect friends!
We’re happy to hear that all of their little girls are happy and healthy. If you’re reading this article, you probably want to know what these names mean.
It’s important to consider that this list doesn’t include names that start with A, for example, the sweet Avery, or Jack, which are just as cute, and which we have on our list.
Just choose a beautiful name for your daughter that you think will fit her personality and add a hint of class. She’ll be beautiful no matter what.
Abigail is not only beautiful but very unique. With a meaning of “gift from God” it is a name that will be sure to bring you lots of luck and good fortune.
Ava is another very classic name that is incredibly popular and loved by many people. It has been named the most popular girl name since 2009.
Ava is a beautiful name. This American name that has European roots that is pronounced “Ab-bee-la.” It means “gift of God” or “gift of nature” in several different languages.
Your child may also have Ava in their name. Ava Leonard is an American child actress and singer.
The name Elizabeth was inspired by the Elizabeth I. A daughter of Elizabeth I would be known as Elizabeth.
The name Madison is a beautiful alliterative name.
Olivia is a feminine version of Olivia, the queen of the city, and one of the most popular baby girl names right now.
Girls named Olivia have a tough time in middle school but grow out of it, unlike some other popular girl names such as Lily, Charlotte and Eliza.
Olivia has gotten a lot of popularity in past years, especially in Great Britain.
The meaning behind McKenna is “princess.” This name takes the queen of the city (Olivia) and the name of the Irish fairy tale “McKenna,” and mixes them together to form this nickname for the Irish princess.
It’s a more feminine take on McKenna, but this nickname is for girls only. The name McKennah has grown in popularity in the past few years in America.
Ella is a pretty classic and easy-to-spell name. It could fit in a variety of different spellings. It’s good if you’re thinking of your child’s first name but don’t want to go too unique.
The name Ember is lovely and it’s a strong, clear-sounding name. It sounds like a little fire that you’d be proud to call your own.
Faith has a peaceful sound to it and you can easily find a way to spell it if it doesn’t roll off the tongue. You don’t have to change its spelling if you decide to spell it differently.
Eloise can be spelled in a variety of ways and it has a unique sound to it. It’s a pretty name that sounds elegant.
Freckle is a unique name. The name can be spelled with different spellings, but it has a common spelling and will sound familiar to everyone.
- Ava (middle name)
Find out what other names parents like.
Here are some of the top 10 prettiest boy names that we think sound great:
- Andrew (middle name)
Is there a boy’s name that is prettier than “Adam” or “Anthony” for boys?
Wrong! While most baby name websites have “Adam” and “Anthony” listed as their top name, they’re wrong. Some parents actually prefer to name their son after a favorite athlete or musician.
Below are the top 10 prettiest boy names we picked, along with our opinions:
As you can see, boys names definitely have their own set of pretty and dreary names. But we love when they can make up for that with an adorable personality.
Even if the idea of a name sounds cute, it’s just one letter out of place or incorrect spelling that will make your kid forever known as “the dorky kid with the odd name.”
There’s nothing wrong with naming your kid after yourself, but when it comes to the rest of their life, we’d say the name isn’t as important as their character.
Named after the ancient Greek goddess of the moon, the name Zoe means moonlight. It also means light. Other names with the name Zoe include Chloe, Zoey and Zoe.
This name means praise and worship, and it is popular for girls as well as boys. Other names with the name Levi include Levia, Leviadyn, Leila, and Noa.
The name Ana is a variation of the name Ann, and it means “grace.” Other names with the name Ana include Bella, Lela, Iris and Isabel. This flowery name has been around since the 1600s and originally meant “abundance.”
Other names with the name Azalea include Azi, Azelin, Azilin, Azelle, Azis, Azura and even Azumi. This traditional English name means “elegance.” Ella is among the most popular girl names in the UK.