For all those young aspiring warriors and scribes who love to mix and match names to create new, unique ones, we have compiled a list of hundreds of names for girls.
While we cannot guarantee that every name on the following pages will be perfect for your warrior or writer, we can assure you that there’s something here for everyone.
You may also want to check out our list of male warrior names .
Warrior Names for Girls
1. Abreanna – The one without sorrow
2. Abrielle – Little lamb
3. Adalia – Prayer
4. Addolgar – Rough ruler
5. Adora – Lovable, beloved
6. Aelwen – Fair, elf-maiden
7. Aerin – Noble
8. Ahnastasia – Strong as iron”
9. Alana – Little one, flower, kind, radiant and bright
10. Alandra – Noble and beautiful
11. Aldrea – Noble or crown
12. Alecia/a- Noble; one who is blessed; protector of mankind; defender of the people
13. Alena – Shining brightly like the sun
14. Alexis – Helper, defender of man. Feminine form of Alexander .
15. Alice – Warrior woman from Alice in Wonderland . Variant spelling of Alison , which is also the Scottish variant of Alice . Also possibly “All is well”
16. Alistair – Elf ruler
17. Aliya – Most high, exalted; noble
18. Amandine – of the eagle
19. Amani – Peace or safety
20. Amaris – “Who can find her?” First wife of Moses . Variant form of Amelia , which is itself a variant of Amy .
21. Amethyst- Violet quartz, A gemstone that symbolized piety and modesty in the Middle Ages
22. Amira – Princess or noblewoman
23. Anais – Beautiful one
24· Anaïs – Beautiful grace
25. Anastasia – Resurrection
26. Andrea/Andrea- defender of mankind; truthful
27. Angela/Angelica- messenger of God; angel, messenger
28· Anika- strength and power
29. Annabel/Anna- grace and beauty; favor or gracious gift, pledge or promise; highly favored one, loved one. Variant spellings of Hannah .
30. AnnaBelle – beautiful light; beautiful flower; graceful girl; beloved; highly favored child; loved one
31. Anne – Grace , favour , to be favoured, loved
32. Arabella – Beautiful nymph . Feminine of the English given name Abelard (meaning noble and strong). A famous bearer of the Old French male name was Bernard’s lover Héloïse (1101–1164), a nun at Argenteuil Abbey, for whom he wrote a famous epistle in which he compared her to an angel.
33. Arantxa – Silver; noble
34. Aria/Ariah- lioness of God
35. Ariana – Feminine form of the Persian name Aryānšāh (meaning “high-minded”). Also another name for Diana , Roman goddess of the moon and twin sister to Apollo (the sun).
36. Ariane – Brave as a bear; noble
37. Arianna, Arianny – brave as a bear; holy one; noble 38· Arianwen- Fair or beautiful Brythonic girl’s name later used in Arthurian legend by Geoffrey of Monmouth (12th century) for a character (based on the Irish goddess of love, beauty and fertility poetic inspiration Aine ) in his legends about Merlin.
39. Arielle – Shining little lioness of God; noble, pure; lion of God
40. Ariel/Arielle- Lion of God or my God is a rose
41. Arika – Noblewoman, strong woman
42· Armella – Power of the moon light
43. Arzela- Powerful warrior maiden
44· Ashara – Starlight thinker
45. Aspen- Tree that lives by rivers and lakes which is hardy and renewal itself after frost has killed its leaves each winter . Also name of many towns in the U.S.
46· Astera – Golden star
47. Atara – Crowned, a crown
48. Audrey- Noble strength
49· Aurora – dawn, daybreak; the personification of the dawn goddess in Roman mythology; heroine of Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House , who leaves her husband and child to forge a successful career as an artist “Aurora Borealis”- The Northern Lights
50. Autumn – The season between summer and winter . Also see Mar autumn , from the month September , from the Latin word septem meaning seven. It can also be seen as a reference to Celia Sánchez Manduley, Fidel Castro’s companion during his guerilla campaign in the Sierra Maestra mountains.
51· Ava- Life; little fairy; bird
52. Avelina – White bird or dove
53· Avice – Chaste, pure
54. Azaria – God has helped
55. Azura – Blue gemstone; sky blue; flowery; light blue color; happiness and serenity
56. Beka – Little one, sweetheart, beloved one, baby girl
57· Bella/Belle- beautiful, attractive
58· Bevin – Fair lady . Derived from the old Irish name Béibhinn , from Celtic mythology meaning “fair lady” or else a variation of Annabel/Anna belle , which is a variant of Annabella , from the Latin Annae vitae felix “Anne, full of life”. Also see Belle
59. Blythe – Joyous, joyful
60. Bree- From the name of a Scottish town meaning “at the brae,” which means “slope” or “hillside.” The given name comes into use in the 1940s and 1950s. It is associated with actress Brie Larson (born 1989) who has appeared in such films as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), 21 Jump Street (2012), and Short Term 12 (2013).
61· Bryn- Hill
62· Calida/Callie- peaceful, calm
63. Calypso – Calm seas . In Greek mythology, Calypso was a nymph who fell in love with the hero Odysseus and detained him for 7 years on her island of Ogygia before he escaped back to his wife Penelope after the Trojan wars.
64· Celestial- heavenly; of or like heaven
65. Celesse – Heavenly
66. Ceres/Cari – From Roman mythology , the goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. The English word cereal is derived from her name. Also see Cerise
67· Charis/Charity- Grace; kindness
68. Charity – Love, giving to others. From the English vocabulary word which means “generosity and goodwill towards others”. Also see Karis
69· Chandra – Moon; god of love
70. Charo- Joyful, full of life; variant of Carlotta or Charlotte (French) meaning little and womanly
71. Cherish – To think highly of; to value greatly; dear . A feminine given name derived from the French verb chérir meaning “to cherish” or else an alternate spelling of Sheree , a feminine version of Sherry , which is a unisex name coming from London street name Cherr(e)y Lanes meaning cherry tree lane, which became used as a nickname for someone with bright red hair.
72· Chessa- From Celtic mythology, the goddess of fire and one of the Tuatha Dé Danann. It can also be a diminutive form of Francesca or Cassandra .
73. Cherry – Tree that bears fruit; bright red; reddish brown; brilliant; proud; to bear, yield as if by producing fruit; name of many rivers in the U.S.; variant of Cerise
74· Cielo – Sky or heaven
75. Clair- Light skinned , fair haired ; French for “clear” or “light”
76. Claudette Diminutive form of German Klara meaning pure or clear
77. Cleo/Cleopatra- Famous queen of Egypt who had affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
78· Coraline/Coroline- Feminine form of the Latin name Corallinus , which is a diminutive form of the name Corallius .
79. Cordelia – One who is as brave as a lion ; heart or love; royal born
80. Dahlia – From the flower name, possibly derived from an ancient Egyptian “dye” plant called dioon edule . It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Dalia . Also see Dalea
81· Damara – truthful, honest, noble, trustworthy; fearless leader or ruler; to tame; tame; subdue; conquer
82· Daphne – Laurel tree or bay tree, symbol of honor and victory or else laurel leaves used since ancient times to crown the winners of athletic contests. Also see Dafina
83. Delia/Delilah – Beautiful, captivating woman . In Greek mythology, Delilah was a femme fatale known for cutting off Samson’s hair and betraying him to his enemies the Philistines (Judges 16:4-20). Also see Lila
84. Destiny – Fate; fortune; god’s gift; something that happens by chance
85· Drifa – Dripping wet, as with water
86. Drucilla – Variant of Drucilla, meaning strong; from the Greek word drus . Also see Draxie
87. Dylan – Great wave or sea . In Celtic legend, Dylan was a prince of the Dé Danann who was defeated and drowned by a great wave. His name may also be linked to that of the river named for him: the River Dyala in Caerfyrddin (Carmarthenshire). It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Delaney , which is an Anglicized form of Ó Dubhshláine, “descendant of Dubhshláine (Dullahan),” or else as a Welsh form of Llylyn , meaning famous prince .
88· Etta/Ettie/Ette- Diminutive of names ending in ‘a’, such as Eva, Ida , etc.
89. Eden – Place of happiness or beauty; garden; pleasure ground; delight . In the Bible, the place referred to as the Garden of God ; however, it is not known if this was a physical location or just an idyllic state of mind for Adam and Eve. So named from being the “garden land” on earth that was created by God before he later gave it to Adam and Eve (Genesis 2:8-15). It can also be seen as an English variant spelling of the Biblical name Edith , which means “rich”.
90. Eileen – Light ; bright ; beautiful, radiant one . A variant of the name Helen , which is derived from the Greek word helios meaning sun or light; however it can also be seen as a Welsh form of Eiluned , which comes from the Welsh name Eiluned meaning unknown. It may also come from an Irish Gaelic word eilean (island) and nan (daughter), meaning “daughter of (the) island” or else “brightness”.
91. Elaine/Eleanor – Bright; shining light; fire; red haired; light skinned . Also see Nelaine/Nellene
92· Eleni – Shining light, radiant light; female form of Eleni
93· Erin – From the name of the country Eire , which is derived from the old Irish word Ériu, ultimately from Éireann “descended,” or else Éirinn meaning “land of promise.” Also see Arin
94. Esme/Esmerelda French for “loved” and Spanish for “prosperous leader”; variant of the English name Aislinn , possibly based on a Celtic legend in which a fairy princess bears this name . It can also be seen as an English variant spelling of Theodora , which comes from the Greek words theos (god) and dōron (gift), meaning “gift of God.”
95. Estelle/Estella – Bright ; shining light
96. Evey – Strong; energetic; boisterous woman
97· Fallon – Little, fiery red headed one . Also see Fionnula
98· Farra- Variant of Farrah , meaning desire or longing. It can also be seen as an English variant spelling of the Scottish name Phadraig , which means “son of St. Patrick.”
99· Fawn – Young deer or deer color/color brownish yellow
100· Faye – Fairy queen who finds lost children, insecure girl, sensitive to other’s feelings and needs
101. Felicia/Felicity – Happy and fortunate; lucky and successful; in Latin, it means happy
102. Florencia- Blooming flower; flowery; blooming; flourishing
103· Frankie – Feminine of Frank , meaning from France . In use by English speakers since the 18th century, possibly a short form for Frances or else a variant of the Irish name Fionnghuala (Gaelic- “fair shoulder”). Also see Frankee
104. Frayja – Derived from the Norse goddess Freyja, meaning lady or mistress . This was also an Old English word meaning “love.” It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Freya , the Norse goddess of sensuality, fertility, and witchcraft. Also see Frey
105. Freya – Lady or mistress . In Norse mythology, she is the goddess of love, beauty, gold, war, death , seiðr (witchcraft), and fate; she is the leader of the Valkyries in battle it can also be seen as a variant spelling of Freyja
106. Gaia – Earth Mother in Greek mythology
107· Georgia – From the country Georgia , meaning farmer or earthworker . It may also mean “from Georgi.”
108· Gwen/Gwyn- Fair ; blessed; holy . A Welsh form of Guinevere , which is derived from the old Welsh name Gwenhwyfar, meaning “white shadow.” Also see Gwyneth
109. Helga – Holy or radiant; bright one ; shining brightly . A variant of Heloise , which is possibly derived from Germanic elements hild (battle) and gōd (ready, prepared).
110· Isabeau/Iseult – God is gracious; God is my oath
111. Isolde – Beautiful girl with a lot of white hair on her head or beautiful tresses
112. Jovina – Joy bringer
113· Kara – Pure; clear; shiny black ; expensive black fabric used for making dresses
114· Kayla/Coal – Fire; fiery hot; dark-haired one
115. Lacey – Narrow wood or clearing; name of a 19th century American pirate queen . Also see Lachlyn and Lexy
116. Lady, Ladida, Ladybird, Lalage – A lady’s maid was a servant who attended a lady ; a term during the 14th to 17th centuries for a high ranking woman in the royal court
117· Kyla/Kylah – Handsome young man from the village ii also see cala and lynn
118. Landra – From the Old English word meaning ” laundress” or “washer- woman .”
119. Liora/Liorah – Light; lamp of God ; my light is God
120. Lorelei – In German lore, a siren associated with the rock Lorelei , near St. Goarshausen on the Rhine River, whose beautiful singing lured sailors to shipwreck . Also see Lira
121. Mireille- Mirella- Mira – My help comes from God . An Italian form of Mary in use since medieval times . Also see Mirabella and Mirabel .
122. Maya – Great ruler ; mother goddess in Hindu mythology
123· Melania – the Latin word for “emerald” it means like green shining stone . Also see Melany
124. Militza – Princess
125. Minna – Love; lovable; beloved
126. Mollie/Molly – A familiar form of Mary , meaning bitter or rebellious
127· Mona – Sacred; monastery ; abbey ; sunny one or moonstruck (in love with the moon)
128· Nerezza – Darkness; blackness; gloominess
129· Neva – Snow white, blond haired beauty who is very kindhearted and generous to all she meets . The Italian word for “snow It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Nina.
130. Nixie/Nyx – Water sprite in German mythology, she was the goddess of night . Also see Nyx .
131. Olga – Holy ; saint; peaceful
132· Orah – Light; flame of fire
133· Oriah/Oriana – Gold or golden one or moonbeam
134· Petra– A precious stone (faceted) used for decoration and protection against negative energies, it is also known as a talisman; feminine form of Peter , which comes from the Greek word meaning “stone” It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Petrina .
135. Remi/Rayna – A legend says she was an ancient Celtic goddess of love, fertility, and beauty . It may also be derived from the Romanian name meaning “queen.” it can also be seen as a variant spelling of Raia .
136. Rhiannon – Queen; fairy queen in Welsh mythology
137· Riana – Famous ruler
138· Riva – Rise; lift up
139· Rosamund – Fame and happiness
140. Sabina/Sabinah – Princess; lady; noblewoman ; wife
141. Saffron – Pertaining to saffron , a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus ; the golden yellow color of the spice.
142. Samina – Deep; valley
143· Shanti/Sophia- Peace; peaceful one
144. Simone – Hearer; listener; hearkener
145. Sophia – Wisdom ; intelligent woman in Greek mythology who personified wisdom, intelligence, and philosophy
146. Sorrel – A plant with a sour taste or red brown leaves also see Sirena
147· Sirena/Selena – Goddess in Greek mythology who personifies darkness
148. Solange – She who brings light . It can also be seen as a variant spelling of Solita .
149. Sonya – A Russian variant form of Sophia , meaning “wisdom” or ” intelligent .”
150. Tafadhali – Please
151. Taheara – She who is as precious as gold
152. Tala – A type of birch tree; a wood used to make hockey sticks
153. Talia – Crowned with laurel ; flourishing
154. Tamar – Palm tree; palm-tree
155· Taya/Tayla – Gentle and small or little
156· Tegan – Variant spelling of the Irish name Úna, meaning “lamb.” It is also considered a variant form of the Greek name Agape, meaning “love.”
157 Telena – Feminine of Theodore , meaning “gift of God.”
158. Tia/Tiara – Princess; noblewoman ; large pearl ; umbrella
159. Tina – A form of Kristina , meaning “believer” or “follower of Christ .” Also see Christina .
151· Tanith/Tanya – The Phoenician goddess of the moon, love, and beauty; also see Taniya .
152. Tara- Sacred hill in Ireland it means “the exalted one” or “the land beside the sea.”
153· Tatiana – A feminine form of the Roman clan name Tatius , family of Romulus and Remus, it means “of Tatius.”
154. Taya/Tayla – Gentle and small or little
155· Telena – Feminine of Theodore , meaning “gift of God.”:
156· Tegan – Variant spelling of the Irish name Úna, meaning “lamb.” It is also considered a variant form of the Greek name Agape, meaning “love. ”
157. Thalestris – Queen; having great strength or force
158. Tia/Tiara – Princess; noblewoman ; large pearl ; umbrella; protective cover; something valuable that covers and shelters
160. Ursula – Little she-bear; strong; brave
161. Valor/Valera- Strength
162. Vania – The name of a Rumanian river, it’s also used for girls born between October 21 and November 22
163· Vanessa/Venessa – From the Latin name, meaning ” butterfly .” Also could be related to the Greek name Nessa , which was derived from the Greek word nesos , meaning “island.”
164· Victoria – Success; victory
165. Wala/Wallah- Arabic for “it is” or “that is to be”; also see Vala .
166. Zaia – A variant of Zaida, an Arab name meaning “captivating, charming.”
167. Zahra – Flower; blossom ; blooming
168· Zara/Zahrah – Tree without fruit; flower
169· Zehra – Growing
170. Zein – Excellence; Virtue
171. Zeyna – Life being a gift from God
172· Ziva – Splendid shining ; brilliance of the sun ; fire / firebrand ; live coal , glowing ember
173. Zo’e – Of or related to fragrance, for example perfume or scent .
174· Zelima – Sweet basil plant
175· Zenobia/Zoe- Life; Living one
176· Zera/Zara/Zarha – Fruit; what is produced from a plant or tree
177. Zinnia – A garden flower with bright-yellow petals and red and orange centers that resembles the sun
178· Zoe/Zoa – Life; Living one
179· Zoë/Zoee – Life; Living one ; lifeblood ; zest for living, vigor , vivaciousness, health
180. Zelma – Crown of godliness;
181. Zeresh – Feminine form of the name Xerxes, meaning “great warrior.”
182. Zeituni – Of or relating to time, timing
183· Zi – One of the Chinese elements representing fire
184. Zola – From the earth; earthy; well-adapted to life in the soil
185· Zuri/Zuria – The meaning of “zuri” is not known for certain. However, it is believed that it may be derived from ” zur ,” which means “precious stone .” Another possibility is that it’s a Hebrew name used as an Israeli form of Sarah ( princess ) or Susan ( lily ). It could also be related to the Arabic word for blue .