Unique Baby Girl Names and Meanings for 2020

Hi! Hello! Welcome! Or welcome back? My name is Jade, Jade Salty. I’m seventeen years old, and here I am, writing a blog about baby names.

If you saw my last blog post, you know that I have an obsession with pregnancy and babies, but mostly the part where you name the baby. My favorite type of names are either super old names that no one uses anymore, or super unique names that no one has thought of. You know? So you’re kid never shares a name at school? With a name like Jade, I never really shared a name with anyone. It was a super rare name way back when. (and by way back when, I mean 6 years ago, when I was in junior school)

So for today, I’m going to be sharing my favorite unique baby girls names (with middle names) and meanings! Congratulations if you’re having a baby girl and I hope this helps you if you’re struggling to find a name for her!

1• Atarah Jane – (at-ah-rah jay-en) the name Atarah is of Hebrew Origin, meaning Crown. #544 on the popularity scale in 2018 Jane is of English origin, meaning ‘God is Gracious.’ #291 on the popularity scale in 2018.

2• Aeliana Scout – (ay-lee-AHN-ah scout) the name Aeliana is of Latin origin, meaning ‘Sun.’ #221 on the popularity scale. The name Scout is of English origin, meaning ‘soldier.’ #976 on the popularity scale in 2018.

3• Bellamy Rose – (bell-ah-mee row-z) the name Bellamy is of English, Irish and French origin, meaning ‘fine friend.’ #76 on popularity scale in 2018. The name Rose is of Latin origin, meaning ‘flower.’ #123 on the popularity scale in 2018

4• Corvina May – (kor-vee-nah May) the name Corvina is of Latin origin, meaning ‘like a raven.’ The name is so rare, I couldn’t find it on any popularity scales. The name May is derived from the month name as well as the Hawthorn flower. #674 on the popularity scale in 2018

5• Darya Faye – (dar-yah fey) the name Darya is of Russian origin, meaning ‘kingly’ or ‘the sea.’ Currently not ranked on any popularity scales. The name Faye is of English origin, meaning ‘fairy.’ #706 on popularity charts in 2018

6• Eira Shea – (ay-ra shay) the name Eira is of Welsh origin, meaning ‘snow’ or ‘snowdrop.’ #368 on the popularity scale in 2018. The name Shea, Shay or Shaye is of Irish origin, meaning ‘the stately, dauntless one.’ #208 on the popularity scale in 2018

7• Eridya Paige – (eer-id-ee-uh pay-ge) the Name Eridya Is nowhere to be found on any website, or at least that I could find. If you do happen to come across the meaning and origin, please email me! The name Paige is of English origin, meaning ‘young servant.’ #213 on the popularity scale in 2018.

8• Freya Lee – (Fray-ah lee) The name Freya is Of Norse origin, meaning ‘a noble woman.’ #266 on the popularity scale in 2018. Lee is of English origin, often used as a first name for males. This name means ‘Meadow’ and is #666 on the popularity scale in 2018.

9• Oryn Sloane – ( ah-rin slow-n) The name Oryn is of Celtic origin, meaning ‘Golden.’ #3084 on the popularity scale in 2018. The name Sloane is of old Irish origin, meaning ‘little raider.’ #181 on the popularity scale in 2018.

10• Ophelia Marie – (oh-feel-ya mah-ree) The name Ophelia is of Greek origin, meaning ‘helper.’ #373 on the popularity scale in 2018. The name Marie has risen on the popularity scale in recent years, of French origin, meaning ‘sea of bitterness’ or ‘sea of sorrow.’ #576 on the popularity scale in 2018.

And that’s a wrap! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and this helps you out a little with picking out a name for your baby girl! If you do end up choosing one of these names, please contact me! Give me all the deats! If you changed the middle name I suggested or so on, I would love to hear about it!

Thank you if you’ve made it this far and hope to see you in the next one, Jade

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