Christmas Names For Girls:
If you want to bestow a Biblical or spiritual name on your daughter, Abigail could be considered. In the Old Testament, Abigail was the name of King David’s third wife. Abigail means ‘my father is joyful’.
Amaryllis is a beautiful flower associated with Christmas. This Greek moniker, meaning ‘to sparkle’ was first used as an appellation of pastoral beauties.
This adorable moniker is gender neutral but sounds better on girls. Alternatively, you can opt for Angela as well. Angela Lansbury is its popular namesake.
Angelina, the subtle variation of Angel and Angela, sounds festive without sounding over the top. It means ‘angel’ and who best than Angelina Jolie herself to be a namesake.
In the movie Santa Claus, Anya was Mrs. Claus’s first name. Anya is the exotic Russian variation of Anna and means ‘grace’.
Audrey was the youngest Griswold daughter in the movie “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”. It means ‘noble’.
This musical name was a huge rage at the turn of the last century, reaching the 275th spot in 1884. However, it has been lying unused since the year 1915. Bell means ‘ringer of the bell’.
In “Mister Magoo’s Christmas Carol”, the first holiday program for television, Belle was the name of the long lost love of Scrooge’s. Belle means ‘beautiful’ in French.
When you can have names like Clementine and Plum, why not Berry, the fruit found abundantly during Christmas? A noted Berry is photographer Berry Berenson.
Beth, as in Bethlehem, the city where Jesus Christ was born, would be quite a festive name. This sweet name is a diminutive of Elizabeth and means ‘pledged to God’.
The name Cady is associated with the French word ‘cadeaux’, which means ‘present’. Or you can consider it as a trendier alternative to Katie.
This sugary name is as sweet as a candy cane. Candy originated as a diminutive of Candace, which means ‘pure’.
During the holidays, the streets, churches, and houses are filled with the sweet chants of carols. So why not name your daughter after it? The prime representative of this name has to be Carol Burnett, the American actress. Carol means ‘manly’.
This Italian moniker meaning ‘light and clear’ has been borne by several Italian saints, including St. Chiara, who was late anglicized as St. Clare.
Derived from the word Christian, Christina was at the summit of popularity in the 1980s. It means ‘follower of Christ’.
The name Christmas has been used for both boys and girls in the past, but sounds better on girls. This name translates to ‘the mass of the Christ’, which we celebrate every year on the 25th of December.
Cindy Lu is the character from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”. It is mostly used as a diminutive of Lucinda or Cynthia.
This vintage name, meaning ‘bright’, always manages to make a place in the US top 200. In “The Nutcracker”, Clara is the name of the little girl.
Clarice is the name of the female reindeer who likes Rudolf just the way he is, even with the red nose. It means ‘bright or clear’.
The origin of this name does not lie in Christmas. But it’s during this season these yummy oranges are abundant. And admit it, it sounds much better than Satsuma. This name means ‘mild or merciful’.
December is a wearable name for both girls and boys, but it’s often seen listed in the christmas girls names. How would Dax sound as a nickname for December?
Eira is the feminine form of Aneirin, meaning ‘very snowy’. It refers to the blanket of snow on our roofs during Christmas.
Forget Emma for a while and pick Emmanuelle, the Old Testament Messiah name. This Hebrew name means ‘God is with us’.
One of the least common names in the list, Epifanio is a Hispanic name, meaning ‘bringing lights’. In the Catholic calendar, Epiphany, the season following Christmas, which makes it a potential Christmas name. Epiphany means ‘manifestation’.
This traditional Hebrew, Christmas inspired baby girl name has everything you want– simplicity, strength, biblical roots, and loads of power. Eve means ‘enlivening’.