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If you have a baby girl on the way and are still struggling to find the perfect name for her, then we may be able to help. Choosing an elegant name for your daughter could be a great option because of the wide variety of names to choose from. Some of these vintage names may sound a little bit old-fashionedbut that is what makes them special and unique. Many of the names that we included are shared by queens, famous people, or have a sophisticated quality about them. Take a look below to see if you can find a pretty name that is a perfect fit for your pretty baby girl. Looking for more baby names and inspiration?
Check out our Baby Name Center. Stefanie is a freelance parenting writer and blogger, and has published works on other publications such as Motherly.
Stefanie Miller. More: 50 Dark But Beautiful Names for Baby Girls Choosing an elegant name for your daughter could be a great option because of the wide variety of names to choose from.
Alexandra - Greek for "defender of mankind" and shared by Queen Alexandra of Denmark, who was the Queen of the United Kingdom in the early s. Amelia - German for "industrious" and shared by the character Amelia Mignonette Thermopolis Rinaldi, the Princess of Genovia in the Princess Diaries films Anastasia - Greek for "resurrection" and shared by Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia and is famous because of the mystery surrounding her death during the Bolshevik Revolution Anne - Hebrew for "gift of God's favor" and shared by Queen Anne of Great Britain who was the last Stuart monarch Antionette - Latin for "praiseworthy" and shared by Marie Antoinette who was the last Queen of France before the French Revolution Arabella - German for "beautiful eagle" and shared by Princess Arabella, a fictional character created by author Milo Freeman Aurora - Latin for "gold" and shared by Princess Aurora the main character of the Disney film Sleeping Beauty Beatrice - Latin for "happy" and shared by Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom during the late s.
Viola - Latin for "violet" and shared by actress Viola Davis Violetta - Latin for "purple" and an elegant variation of the name Violet Virginia - Latin for "chaste" and shared by famous author Virginia Woolf Vivienne - Latin for "lively" and shared by fashion deer Dame Vivienne Westwood Wilhelmina - Teutonic for "fierce protector" and shared by Queen Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands during World War II Xiomara - Spanish for "ready for battle" and is a popular name in Portugal Looking for more baby names and inspiration? Considering one of these names?
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