98 Beautiful Baby Names After Cities And Places

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98 Place And City Names For Girls:

1. Eugene:

According to Greek mythology, Eugene means well-born. Eugene is a town in Oregon in the US, known for its diversity.

2. Madison:

This name is of English origin but its Teutonic derivation may be from ‘Mad’s son’. It was previously used as a surname.

3. Austin:

Derived from the Latin word Augustine, Austin is used more as a surname than a name. Austin means venerable and respected. The city of Austin is the capital of Texas and is known for its cultural diversity.

4. Elizabeth:

The Old Testament mentions Elizabeth as the mother of John the Baptist. The beautiful Elizabeth City in North Carolina lies on the banks of the Pasquotank River that connects to the Albemarle Sound.

5. Savannah:

This name is common to both the Americans and Spanish. It means the one from the plains or the open lands. This coastal city in Georgia is one of the oldest and is marked by cobblestoned buildings and oaks trees.

6. Selma:

Located on the banks of Alabama, this city has been the historical ground for many battles and is a symbol of strength. There are some possible derivations of the name, one of which could be the Arabic word Selim meaning peace.

7. Charlotte:

It is the largest city in North Carolina.If you name your little girl Charlotte, she can have nicknames like Charlie, Lottie, and Carlotta. The male version of the name is Charles and has a French origin. It means petite or a free man.

8. Alexandria:

The Mediterranean city is as beautiful as the name Alexandria. It is the female version of Alexander and means the defender of men.

9. Aurora:

This is the name that associates with Sleeping Beauty. The name has a Latin genesis and was the mythical Roman goddess of the dawn.

10. Phoenix:

It is the name of a beautiful immortal bird from the pages of Greek and Egyptian mythology. The meaning of it is dark red. The city of Phoenix in Arizona is also known as the Valley of the Sun.

11. Regina:

This Canadian city is named after the Latin word which means queen. This beautiful name is often associated with an expressive and inspirational nature.

12. Sicily:

This Mediterranean island is named after an ancient tribe Siculi who previously inhabited it.

13. Valencia:

Naming your baby Valencia would denote power and competence. The name potentially brings back images of the graceful Spanish town.

14. Logan:

Originally having a Scottish background, Logan means a little hollow. It is most popularly used for babies born in the US or France.

15. Cheyenne:

This is the name given to the Native American people who live on the Great Plains. It means red speakers and the city itself is a living example of the historical Old West.

16. Campbell:

This is a seaside town often thronged by holidayers. The name means crooked mouth in Scottish.

17. Victoria:

Derived from the Latin word and goddess Victorious, the name means triumphant. An Australian state and a Canadian city are named Victoria.

18. Helena:

The name is derived from the Latin word Helen, the daughter of Zeus and Leda and was the cause of the Trojan War.

19. Paris:

The beauty of the capital city of France is not unknown. The name is derived from the ancient Celtic tribe called Parisii.

20. Alabama:

This name could either mean vegetation gatherers or could have derived from the Creek Indian language that means a tribal town.

21. Brooklyn:

Brooklyn is a rather contemporary name which can be described as the one who lives by the brook. It may also mean a very small water body, probably why the city beside the Upper Bay is named after it.

22. Chelsea:

Mostly used among Australians, this pretty name can be traced to the Old English and means a landing place for chalk or limestone.

23. Florence:

Who doesn’t know Florence Nightingale and the epitome of compassion that she was? This name of an Italian city has Latin origin and means prosperous and is commonly used by the British.

24. Juno:

It might be of the Indo-European origin and means youth. Also, according to Roman mythology, Juno was the protector of marriage, women, and finance.

25. Jordan:

Though of a Macedonian origin, Jordan is not mostly used by the Americans. Apart from the city, the river which flows by it is also called the same.

26. Havana:

It is what the capital city of Cuba is named after and rhymes with another beautiful name, Savannah. It is popular among the Spanish.

27. Brisbane:

The meaning of the name is not clear but could mean a person who breaks others bones. Though the meaning sounds quite unpleasant, the name itself doesn’t.

28. Adelaide:

The coastal and colourful Australian city of Adelaide is pretty and so is the meaning of the name. It denotes a person who is noble at heart.

29. Sydney:

The largest city in Australia has a name of English origin. It means a wide island.

30. Berlin:

It comes from a West Slavic word which means a river rake. Berl also means swamp.

31. Vegas:

In Spanish, Las Vegas means meadows. Even though it isn’t widely used, it makes for a beautiful name.

32. Asia:

Asia means east and in Greek, Asia means sunrise. This symbolical name is unique.

33. Catalina:

The Californian Channel Island’s name is derived from Katherine and is a Spanish version of it.

34. Geneva:

The name Geneva is rarely used. It means juniper tree in German.

35. Georgia:

This is the Latin and feminine version of George. The Greek meaning of this name is a farmer.

36. India:

Derived from the Indus or the Sindhu river, this name could mean trembling water body.

37. Sierra:

In Spanish, Sierra refers to a mountain range with jagged peaks. It is commonly used to name baby girls born in the US.

38. Verona:

Named after a city in Italy, Verona is of uncertain origin. This charming town had also been the setting of Shakespeare’s’ Romeo and Juliet.

39. Holland:

It Old English, Holland was used to denote a ridge land. The name is usually given to English baby girls.

40. Edina:

The name has a confused origin between Hungary and England. It could be the feminine version of Edwin or the poetic name for Edinburgh.

41. Israel:

In Hebrew, the name Israel means ‘May God prevail’. This mythological name is common among the Mexicans.

42. Miami:

The word is derived from the name of a tribe Myaamiaki. The vivacity of the town on Florida’s tip is a quality that you would certainly like your baby girl to have.

43. Rome:

Commonly used among the French and the English, the name Rome is derived from its Latin counterpart Roma.

44. Bethany:

Another name of a Hebrew origin, it means a house of figs. Apart from England and Wales, Scotland also is a fan of the name of the Biblical city.

45. Carmel:

In the Old Testament, Carmel was a mentioned as a mountain in Israel. In Hebrew, it means garden. This English given name is majorly used by the Catholics.

46. Chandler:

This name has an English background and means candle-maker. It also reminds one of the witty character from F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

47. Zaire:

A less used name, Zaire originates from Portugal and means a river which swallows other rivers. The Republic of Congo also has a river of the same name.

48. Hope:

This English baby name is possibly one of the easiest to understand. This is common among the English and the Welsh.

49. Vienna:

Vienna denotes a person who is from the wine country. It is derived from the Dutch word vedunia, meaning a forest stream.

50. Bailey:

The Texan city name means a bailiff and also the outer wall of a castle.

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