Geeky And Nerdy Girl Names:
Ada is the name of Lord Byron’s daughter, the first computer programmer who worked on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine.
If you are looking for an ‘o’ ending name for your daughter to let her stand out in a crowd, Echo will make a good pick. The name Echo first featured in the “Daredevil” comics.
This name is inspired by Fleur Delacour from “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. Fleur is one of the participants of the Triwizard Tournament.
Here’s another geeky girl name from the “Futurama” series. Leela was the captain of the Planet Express spaceship, who grew up believing herself to be the sole survivor of the alien race. And in “Doctor Who”, Leela was the companion of the Fourth Doctor.
Ruby is a popular object-oriented scripting language. The name was taken from the birthstone of the colleague of its creator Yukihiro Matsumoto.
The name Rowena has a vaguely Celtic and retro sound it. It was the name of the heroine of the novel “Ivanhoe”, Sir Walter Scott’s novel. And, it has “Harry Potter” reference too, which probably only die-hard fans will understand.
Natasha is the real name of the Black Widow, who hid her ninja skills with a ballerina cover story. The name is also sleek and deadly, just like Natasha.
Pay your tribute to Lieutenant Uhura by naming your baby girl after the actress who popularized the character. The courage and talent of Nichelle paved the way for the greater diversity on the screen.
This name, will probably forever be associated with one of the lead girls from Archie Comics. And, it’s a pretty good name to bestow on your child.
The gorgeous name Sabine comes from the “Star Wars” series. It’s the name of the Mandalorian human weapons expert during the reign of the Galactic Empire. This name has a lyrical ring, and will appeal to everyone who hears it.
Trillian is the queen of the nerdy girls. The name sounds like ‘trillion’, and has become rather popular recently. Plus, it’s the name of the astrophysicists in the “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”. And, who does not love a lovely HGTTGG reference.
Our nerdy girl names list would be incomplete without including Leia. The name might be obscure, but is definitely timeless. In fact, the name made a jump between the years 2013 and 2014. The meaning of this name is ‘delicate’, but our brave princess was anything but delicate.
If you are a mythology nerd, Persephone will make a lovely name for your little girl. It’s the name of Zeus’s daughter, the goddess of spring. This pleasant name with a lyrical aura also has associations with harvest and springtime.
Here’s the most playful nerdy name in the list. Peggy Carter started out as Captain America’s love interest, but proved her mettle in “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”. She even has her show in the kitty, called “Agent Carter”.
Remember Sonya Blade, the Special Forces officer who kept her fighting spirit intact throughout the Mortal Kombat series.
Adept at martial arts and technology, Teyla Emmagan from “Stargate Atlantis” prepared for life on Atlantis Earth.
How can a baby not turn legendary when she is named after Shigeru Miyamoto’s most famous video game? It has a historical connection as well.
Do you have a fondness for Tim Burton movies? Then you might want to use the name of its beloved lead character Coraline for your daughter. And, if you love Neil Gaiman, this name has you covered as well.
Whether you love the Disney princess of this name, or you are fond for astronomy, Aurora would make an excellent pick. It has a bit of nerdy niceness to it.
“Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?” Carmen is the protagonist from “Carmen Sandiego”, an American media franchise of educational computer games.
Do you share a love for epic destinies? Then why not name your daughter Hera. Not only does the name has a mythological connection, but Hera is also the name of a famous character from the sci-fi series “Battlestar Galactica”.
This name is inspired by the whimsical character in one of the cult classic shows, “Firefly”. We have tweaked the spelling slightly to make it look unique.
Auri is one of the captivating characters from the book “The Wise Man’s Fear” by Patrick Rothfuss.
This Japanese name is borne by one of the characters in “Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The meaning of this name is ‘happy child’.
The name Thalia is inspired from the “Olympians” and “Percy Jackson” series. It’s the name of one of the Three Graces in the Greek mythology.
In DC comics, Kara Zor-El is the Supergirl. She was Kal-El aka Superman’s cousin and an inhabitant of the Argo City. And, in ‘Battlestar Galactica”, Kara Thrace aka Starbuck, was a member of Galactica’s crew.
In Stargate SG-1, Adria was the name of the half-Ori and half-human children that Vala Mal Doran was forced to bear. There’s also a main belt asteroid named 143 Adria. This name is a feminine form of Adrian, which means ‘From Hadria.’
Daisy is both feminine and nerdy. In “Agents of SHIELD”, the inhuman Jiaying is the daughter of Calvin Johnson. She was separated from her parents as an infant and went on to live with the Johnson’s family.
In Marvel’s “Agents of Shield”, Jemma was the name of the biochemist and a member of Phil Coulson’s team. She worked together with Leo Fitz, who sacrificed his life to save her.
In the “Hunger Games”, Primrose is the sister of Katniss Everdeen. She was selected as a tribute for the 74th Hunger Games. Primrose is an English word, meaning ‘first rose.’
In the “Stargate Atlantis” series, Sora Tyrus belonged to the Genii homeworld and served under Acastus Kolya. In “Kingdom Hearts” Sora is the name of the main protagonist teenage boy. This unisex Japanese name Sora means ‘sky’, but we think it would suit girls more. In the year 2014, Sora was given to 67 girls and 25 boys.
In “Doctor Who”, Ashildr is the daughter of Einar, a young woman living in the Viking village. She is renowned for her vivid imagination, which is perfect for Mire hologram technology. The name Ashildr is a variant of the Norse name Ashild, which means ‘god battle.’
Dione is the name of one of the moons of Saturn. Giovanni Domenico Cassini discovered it in 1684. Dione is also one of the main belts of the asteroid. J.C. Watson found it in 1868.
Tauriel was one of those “Hobbit” characters that did not appear in the book, but was added in the movie. Tauriel, the elf was the captain of Thranduil’s guard. She fell in love with one of the dwarves in the Thorin’s party.
Who would not want her daughter to name named after the True Queen of the Andals and the Mother of Dragons?