19 Popular Cowgirl Names For Girls:
Sierra has a majestic vibe to it. It evokes the images of the snow-capped peaks of the Western mountains.
This outdoorsy destination name shot to popularity in the early eighties and nineties. In fact, the name was such a hit that it even showed up in the title of a popular baby name book.
The name Dallas has a much longer history as a baby’s name than the current favorite destination names Dublin and Brooklyn. This classic Western moniker is as incredible as your favorite cowgirl is.
The name Dakota is popular for both boys and girls. Dakota, along with Sierra and Montana rode the 1990s geographical name wave. Dakota Fanning has made the name even more popular.
Do you remember Kathie Lee Gifford, the tastemaker of the early 1990s? She chose Cassidy for her daughter.
This Sunbelt name has a high potential to be blazing hot. It has a Southwestern appeal to it.
The name sultry name Alabama is of Native American origin. It is popular in most of the English-speaking countries.
Annie was the name of one of the most popular cowgirls of her time. Being born in a poor family, Annie took over to hunting to feed her family after her father passed away.
Dale Evans, also known as the “Queen of the West” inspired many future cowgirls. Besides being a cowgirl, Dale was also a singer, actor and a writer of more than two dozen books.
Sacagawea was just a teenager when she helped a group to explore the Louisiana Purchase territory. She also helped secure the supplies and taught the team about the edible plants.
Also known as, the “Wild Horse Annie” Velma Johnston spent years of her life protecting the wild horses. Velma is also the name of one of the main characters from the Scooby Doo.
Sandra Day O’Connor, before becoming the first female Supreme Court judge, was a little girl who shot guns, rode horses while staying in Arizona.
Rose Dunn, also known as the ‘Rose of Cimarron’ was an inspiration for all the cowgirls. She joined George Newcomb and his Doolin Gang as they robbed stagecoaches and banks.
Martha Jane, nicknamed as “Calamity Jane” was a cowgirl from South Dakota. She was a gun-slinging girl who was remarkably good at horse handling skills.
This is one of the unique cowgirl baby girl names. Not many would associate this gentle and delicate name with a cowgirl. But it was the name of one of the most notorious female outlaws of the Wild West.