100 Cute and Unique Baby Girl Names And Their Meanings

The past few decades have been a dream come true for new moms. This is because there are cuter, more dope, and adorable names available to give your baby more than ever, and it’s largely due to people getting more creative and trendy with names. This recent development saves new babies from being given formal and old-fashioned names. What’s more, is that the names transition nicely into their adulthood. We have gathered 100 amazingly trendy baby girl names to make things easy for expectant moms. Check below.

Cute Baby Girl Names For Your Daughter

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1. Abbey

This is a name for your baby girl if she is a happy child. The name is a Hebrew name meaning father rejoiced, or father’s joy. It is probably derived from Abigal, and one of the most known bearers was the third wife of King David in the Old Testament. She was said to act with discretion and was very pleasing to see. celebrities with the name Abbey include Abbey Bartlet, Abbey Lee Kershaw

2. Addison

This name probably means Son of Adam, even though it is a baby girl name. The name has been around for quite a long time but became popular when the TV show Grey’s Anatomy incorporated a character named Addison. Celebrities with the name Addison include Addison Bain, Addison Bates, Addison Baker.

3. Amelia

Amelia means exalted or noble, and its well-known bearer Amelia Earhart has proven this point by being the first female aviator to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone. It is an old German name. Celebrities named Amelia include Amelia Andersdotter, Amelia Denis de Icaza.

4. Avery

Derived from the old French version of Alfred or the old German name Alberich, Avery is a unisex name that means elf or ruler of elves and also means wise. It is popular among baby girls more than boys. Celebrities named Avery include Avery Bradley, Avery Brooks

5. Betty

This Greek baby girl name means the oath of God or God is satisfaction. It is derived from Elizabeth and usually given to babies born to women of substance. Take, for instance, Elizabeth in the first gospel of Luke in the bible. She was the mother of John the Baptist. Also, Queen Elizabeth II is a notable bearer of the name. Celebrities named Betty include Betty Cuthbert, Betty McKilligan,

6. Barbie

This is a modern-day name, but its meaning is gotten from Greek Barbaros, meaning foreign or strange. However, in Catholic doctrine, St. Barbara is a female who protects people against fire and lightning. Celebrities named Barbie include Barbie Hsu Hsi Yuan

7. Barbaro

Barbaro is a name that will not go out of fashion soon. It has its origin from the imperial Roman personal name Barbarus which is from Barbaro. It is a nickname describing a person who is non-Greek of Roman descent. In the Middle Ages, it meant a non-Christian, particularly an Arab or Saracen. Celebrities named Barbaro include Ermolao Barbaro, Giosafat Barbaro

8. Bailey 

This lovable moniker has its origin from the English surname Ballif. It is unisex in the US but is a popular name for a girl. It is number 665th for boys on the popularity scale while it is 83rd for girls born in America in 2007. Celebrities named Bailey includes Giosafat Barbaro

9. Blossom

Just as the word implies, Blossom means to bloom. It is your first choice if you want a floral name to name your baby girl. It is girly, sweet, and not as common as other floral names. celebrities named Blossom include Blossom Dearie, Blossom Seeley

10. Bonnie

Another endearing name to give your cute little girl. It means cheerful and beautiful, which will be nice for a lively baby girl. The moniker was made more popular than it used to be by Bonnie of Gone with Wind. Celebrities named Bonnie include Bonnie Bartlett, Bonnie Bernstein,

11. Calanthe

Calanthe is another delightful floral name. It is taken from the Greek words, Kalos “beautiful,” and Anthos, “flower.” It is the genus that many Asian Orchids belong to and the most elaborated of the hardy orchids with colorful flowers and charming evergreen vegetation.

12. Chloe

This name originated from the Greek goddess of cultivation and fertility, Demeter. Hence, it has the same meaning as Blossom. It also means fertility. The moniker is a common name in France. Celebrities named Chloe include Chloe Bridges, Chloe Hosking, Chloe Madeley.

13. Cassie

This is obviously from Cassandra, a name known to be born by Trojan prophetess whose prophecy about the fall of Troy was disregarded. Cassie can be used on its own, and its meaning in English is the same as Casandra, which is the unheeded prophetess.

14. Calista

This is a beautiful name with a beautiful meaning for baby girls. It is gotten from the Greek name Calisto known to mean a Huntress. A famous bearer of the name is Calista Flockhart, an American actress.

15. Daisy

This moniker owns its fame to Downton Abbey and Disney. It is a flower’s name from the old English word dægeseage, meaning days eye. It is highly adopted by modern parents.

16. Dana

Dana is probably the female version of Dan which means Judge in Hebrew, but nobody is sure of its source. It became most people’s favorite, thanks to famous author Richard Dana.

17. Elle

Elle is a French name meaning she. It can be a short form of Eloise, Eliza, Eleanor but can exist independently. Elle is a name for celebrities like Elle Fanning, Elle King.

18. Heidi

It is from Old German Adelheid, meaning “of noble birth.” Children’s classic book gave it independent fame it enjoys to date. Heidi Klum, a German actress and model, is one of the famous bearers of this name.

19. Ivy

This is a cute middle British name for a girl. It came from an evergreen climbing plant known as Ivy. Celebrities named Ivy include Ivy Queen, Ivy Jo Hunter.

20. Jasmine

Jasmine is a charming flower that has an irresistible scent. It is one of the sweet baby girl names, and you can tell that Princess Jasmine from the fantasy Aladin looks extraordinarily stunning.

Unique Baby Girl Names for your Little Princess

21. Aabish 

Aabish is a Muslim baby Girl name meaning queen of Iran, daughter of saad. The name is of Arabic origin, and it has a lucky number associated with Aabish is 5.

22. Aaleyah

The name Aaleyah is another beautiful Muslim baby name of Arabic origin. In Muslim, the meaning of the name Aaleyah is Exalted The variant of the name Aaleyah can be spelled as Aaliyah. Aaliyah Mendes, Aaliyah Jay, Aaliyah Rose, and Aaliyah Marais are among the many celebrities named Aaleya or Aaliyah.

23. Annalise

 A combination of the name Anna and Lise, it’s a simple, pretty, and unique name of Latin origin, and it means “graced with God’s bounty.” Annalise is a variant of the Latin name Annalisa. Notable people with the name include Annalise Basso, American actress and model Annalise Braakensiek.

24. Babbette 

Babette is a Greek baby name meaning either oath of God or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was the mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II.

25. Babra 

Babra is one of the most attractive baby girl names you can give your baby girl. It is a Muslim Girl’s name that originates from the Persian language, and it means Foreign Woman. According to Numerology Predictions, 3 is a lucky number for the name Babra.

26. Charmaine

This is a unique and sweet name you could give your little one. Although the name’s exact meaning is unknown, it is likely coined from a combination of the word “charm” with the suffix “aine” from the girls’ name Lorraine. Charmaine and Lorraine could be a perfect name to give to twin baby girls.

27. Constance

This is the medieval form of Constantia. It is one of the baby girl names that are of Latin origin. The name Constance is derived from the name of Roman emperor Constans, meaning “constant” or “steadfast.” Notable people with the name include the American actress Constance Bennett (1904–1965).

28. Pearl 

Pearl used to be the number 25 name on the US popularity chart for baby girls, but it took a nosedive to 1000th in 2010. However, it doesn’t make it less sweet and cute. It originated from molluscs used for making Jewellery.

29. Selena

Selena is derived from Greek Selēnē, meaning “the moon,” but because it’s first borne by the Greek mythological goddess of the moon, the name means ‘moon goddess.” A famous bearer of the name is American singer Selena Gomez.

30. Ruby

This name is of Latin origin, meaning “deep red precious stone.” The name is taken from the name of the gemstone ruby. Different ways you could spell the name include Rubi, Rubie, Rubee, and Reubee.

Rare and Uncommon Baby Girl Names

31. Abdia

This name derives from the Hebrew “‘ôbadyâh/ôbadyâhû’ Obadiah,” meaning “servant of God, a worshipper of God.”  The name is related to the Arabic “Abdeel,” meaning “servant of God,” which is also cognate to the Arabic name “Abdullah” or “Obaidullah,” and in the Turkish language, the name Abdil or Abdi.

32. Ariel

Ariel, which means “lion of God” in Hebrew, is used as another name for the city of Jerusalem in the Old Testament.  Pronounced AYR-ee-ul, the name is primarily a gender-neutral name and can therefore be a fitting baby girl’s name. The fictional mermaid in Disney’s “Little Mermaid” is named Ariel. Another famous reference is the American model Ariel Meredith.

33. Beryl

Derived from the precious stone Beryl, a gemstone, a mineral of great strength and beauty usually distinguished by its deep-green variety (the emerald) and its transparent bluish-green variety. A famous reference is the Twentieth-century British actress and comedienne Beryl Reid.

34. Dahlia

After being out-of-vogue for decades, Dahlia reentered the top 500 baby name list in 2014. How do you pronounce this name? Dah-Li-Aah or Day-lee-ah.

35. Shiloh

Meaning “peace or abundance,” Shiloh is the name of a biblical place mentioned in Genesis and known as a place of rest. celebrities named Shiloh include Shiloh Fernandez, Shiloh Keo, Shiloh Strong

36. Eleanor

Eleanor is a variation of the name Helen and means’ shining light’ or ‘sun ray.’ The 12th-century British monarch gave this name girl-power kind of vibe. You can have Elena as the nickname.

37. Fiona

This Scottish moniker has been rising in popularity since it made its appearance in the Shrek series. The meaning of Fiona is ‘white,’ ‘fair.’

38. Gisela

We must say that it’s the prettiest of all the names on the list. If you want to make it catchier, you can change it to Gisele. Gisela means ‘pledge.’

39. Mackenzie

Meaning “born of fire or child of the wise leader,” this name (which can be spelled Mckenzie or Makenzie, among other spellings) has Gaelic roots.

40. Ingrid

Ingrid is a girl’s name of Norse origin, meaning “fair or beautiful.” The name is still popular in its native Scandinavia, where it is a royal name. This Norse name was made famous by Ingrid Bergman.

41. Marilyn

The name Marilyn is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning “drop of the sea, bitter, or beloved. It could also be a variation of “Mary,” which means uncertain, but theories include “drop of the sea” (from Hebrew roots mar “drop” and yam “sea”); and “beloved” (from the Egyptian root Mr). An example of famous people bearing the name includes Marilyn Monroe and Kim Novak, who was born Marilyn.

42. Eartha

Eartha is one of the oldest baby girl names. It is of Old English origin meaning “Earth,” and was used by the Puritans in the 17th century, but rare since then. Also of Celtic – Gaelic origin, the name Eartha also means “Strong faith.” This name is often associated with the famous American singer, actress Eartha Kitt.

43. Candace

This is a girl’s name of Latin origin, meaning “white, pure, sincere.” Candace, an ancient title of a dynasty of Ethiopian queens mentioned in the New Testament. The name could also mean “queen mother” and is associated with actress Candice Bergen and Sex and the City writer Candace Bushnell.

44. Greta

This diminutive form of Margarethe is of German origin, meaning “pearl,” and it was made popular by Greta Garbo. It can also be spelled Gretta, Grete, or Grette.

45. Callie

This is a beautiful baby girl name of Greek origin, which means ‘Most beautiful.’ It is often used as a diminutive of the names Callista (beautiful) and Calliope (beautiful voice). A popular celebrity bearing this name is the American actress Callie Hernandez.

Italian Baby Girl Names You can Give your Little one 

46. Concetta 

Concetta is an Italian form of the Spanish name Concepción. It means conception references the Christian belief of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. Famous people with that name include Concetta Tome, Concetta DiRusso, and Italian actress Concetta Biagini, also known as Isabella Biagini.

47. Luciana

Luciana belongs to Latin origin, and it means “Light.” Alternative spellings and Variations of the name includes Lucinda, Lucy, Lucia, Luce. Famous namesakes are Italian actress Luciana Paluzzi, Shakespearean character Luciana in “The Comedy of Errors.”

48. Amore

Amore is a girl’s name meaning “love.” It is of French origin and an alternate form of Amor. We have the American Playboy model Gianna Amore as an excellent example of famous people bearing the name Amore.

49. Clarisse

Clarisse is a beautiful baby girl name of french origin but commonly used by Italians. The meaning of the name Clarisse is Bright, shining, and gentle, famous. This girl’s name is a variant of Claire (Latin), Clarice (Latin), and Clarissa (Latin).

50. Annachiara

Annachiara is of Italian origin, meaning favor, grace, and clear, bright, famous. It is coined from a  combination of Anna and Chiara, which is the Italian form of Hannah.

51. Annunziata

The Italian girls’ name Annunziata is pronounced an-na-KYA-ra, and it is coined from a combination of Anna and Chiara. This old Italian name for girls references an event in the Christian Bible’s New Testament. It is the moment when the Virgin Mary is visited by the Angel Gabriel and told of the imminent birth of Jesus Christ.

52. Pia

This pleasant name is of Italian origin meaning ‘pious’ and ‘devout.’ Pia also comes from the Latin word ‘Pius,’ which translates to ‘respectable,’ ‘honorable’ or ‘reverent.’ A famous celebrity with that name is the Swedish football coach Pia Sundhage.

53. Margherita

Here’s another interesting baby girl name of Italian origin. It means Daisy. A variation of the name is Margarita, Margaret, Greta, Rita, and we have famous namesakes as actress Greta Garbo, Italian astrophysicist, and writer Margherita Hack.

54. Giuseppina

It’s the female version of Giuseppe or the Italian form of Josephine. It’s not used so much these days, but it remains common among older generations. The meaning of the name Giuseppina is “the Lord increases.”

55. Giovanna/Gianna/Gia

Giovanna belongs to Italian origin, meaning “God is gracious.” Its variation includes Gia, Gianna, Giannina, Giovannetta, Nina, Vanna. Famous Namesakes include Italian actress Gianna Maria Canale, Italian paediatrician, and patron saint Gianna Beretta Molla.

Spanish Baby Girl Names

56. Sofía

The Spanish form of Sophia means “wisdom” in Greek. It makes an ideal option for a little girl who is wise beyond her years. This name sounds beautiful and has a rather interesting meaning—rival or Flattering. It also belongs to German and French origin, and in French, it could also mean Rival, Ambitious, or Industrious.

57. Alondra

This is another interesting baby girl name of Spanish origin, and it means a Lark. An alternative Spellings  Variations of the mane are Alondria, Alandra, Alondrah, Alondrina, Alondre, Alonda, Ally, Londi. A famous namesake is Writer Alondra Nelson, voice actress Alondra Hidalgo.

58. Juana

A baby name of Spanish origin, meaning God is gracious and merciful or God’s gift. It is also a version of Jane in Hebrew, which is originally a feminine respelling of John. Alternative variations of the name include Juanna, Juanita, Jane, Joan, Joanna. Famous people bearing this name include Singer Juana Molina, artist Juana Lumerman.

59. América

This Spanish female form of the German male name Emmerich, meaning “whole ruler.” The Spanish form of this name is derived from the name of the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci, for whom the Americas were named.

60. Leandra

This is another Spanish female form of the male name Leander meaning “lion man” in Greek. So, we might presume this female version means “lion woman.” Leandra is pronounced leh-AN-dra. Leandra Leal and Leandra Ramm are two celebrities using the name.

61. Raque

This is the Spanish and Portuguese version of Rachel, which means “ewe” in Hebrew. It’s a biblical name, and as Raquel, it sounds more unusual than Rachel. Examples of celebrities with that name include Raquel Atawo and  Raquel Carriedo-Tomás.

62. Aurelia

This is a Spanish baby girl name from the Roman surname Aurelius, borne by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius. The name means “golden,” the perfect choice for your golden girl in Latin. Celebrities with that name include  Aurelia Brădeanu and Aurelia Browder.

63. María José

This compound Spanish baby girl name is very common in Spanish-speaking countries. María José is coined from a combination of the names of Jesus’ parents, Mary and Joseph. The name is read out as a single word, a famous celebrity with the name is Portuguese actress María Joséthe.

64. Marcia

This is a Spanish feminine form of the Latin male names Marcus and Marcius, which were most likely derived from the Roman god of war, Mars. An example is Marcia Gay Harden, Marcia Griffiths.

65. Felicidad

This Spanish name is perfect if your baby is a happy one. In Spanish, this beautiful and melodic name means “happiness.” People bearing such names include Spanish writer Felicidad Blanc.

Indian Baby Girl Names

66. Falguni 

This is given to baby girls born in the month of falgun. It is of Sanscrit origin, and it can also mean a girl with a pleasant personality. Indian singer, performing artist Falguni Pathak is an excellent example of a celebrity bearing the name.

67. Aahana

A baby girl name of Hindu Origin, Aahana means dawn or new opportunities. The name could also mean “inner light, immortal, born during the day, the first rise of the sun.” Aahana Kumra, an actress and professional theatre artist, is a good example.

68. Divya 

The name is of Sanskrit origin, and it means “Divine Brilliance” or a baby girl who offers divine inspiration. The name Divya in Hindu, from Assamese or Bengali or Gujarati, means “heavenly shine.” An example is Divya Bharti and Divya Khosla Kumar.

69. Iraja 

This is of Sanskrit origin and one of the best Hindu baby girl names for your little one. It means beloved daughter of the Wind God.

70. Aadya

The Sanskrit girl name Aadya means’ excellent and the first or primeval.’ Another meaning of the name is ‘mother earth.’ It is synonymous with Goddess Durga. The name also refers to Adya-Shakti or Kali. An example is an Indian actress Aadya Bedi.

71. Gulika

A baby girl name from Bengali origin. The name denotes a baby girl who is a jewel in the family.  It also means Pearl or a precious one. A famous namesake is Gulika Reddy.

72. Jeevika

Jeevika is a baby girl name popular in the Hindu religion, and its main origin is Hindi. The name means Water, Source of life, and it refers to a shower of rain that rejuvenates the earth. Popular actress Krystle D’Souza portrays Jeevika Vadhera in Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai.

73. Urmil 

This name belongs to Sanskrit Origin, and it refers to the pattern of waves. The name also denotes Humble, Enchantress in Hindi, and though not many names their children Urmil, it is the best name you could give your little angel.

74. Meera

A beautiful girl name that means a devotee of Lord Krishna in Israeli and Hindu Origin, Meera also denotes “light or saintly woman.” Famous Indian people bearing the name include Meera Chopra, Meera Sanyal, and Meera Jasmine.

75. Ajeeta

Ajeeta is a Hindi Girl name that is adored by everyone because it means Invincible; Unconquerable. The name Ajeeta is from Bengali, Hindu, Indian, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada. Examples include Ajeeta Deol Chaudhri and Ajeeta Kulkarni.

76. Aalia

Aalia is a baby girl name of Hindu origin, and it refers to a magnificent statue. The name is a variation of the feminine Arabic names Aaliyah and  Aliyyah. In Islam, the name Aliyyah is the feminine version of the masculine Ali, which means ‘Noble.’ An excellent example of people with that name includes Alia Bhatt, Alia Shawkat, and Alia Janine.

77. Kanika

Kanika is a name of Sanskrit origin, and it means a golden seed destined to grow infinitely. The name could also be said to represent “atom,” “seed,” or “gold” in the Hindu community. The name Kanika Tiwari is an example of celebrities bearing the name. Other namesakes include Kanika Dhillon.

78. Pihu 

Pihu is a beautiful girl’s name of Hindu origin. It is one of those perfect baby names that translate to a girl who is cherished. Pihu name meaning is “She is great, Sweet sound, Pea-hen.” A good example of that name is Pihu Sharma.

79. Qiyara

Qiyara is a beautiful girl’s name belonging to Indian origin, and it denotes a girl who is full of charm and beauty. The name also comes from the Latin words “istunus” or “iustus,” which means “just.”

80. Vedika

Vedika is of Sanskrit Origin, meaning re-awakening knowledge of the Vedas. Also written as Vedhika, the name represents a sacrificial altar or place for a sacred ceremony. An example of people with that name includes Vedhika Kumar and Vedika Pinto.

Beautiful Baby Girl Names

Baby Girl Names

81. Willow

Willow is an English name. It is gotten from a willow tree famous for its gracefully thin leaves and branches. Its bearers usually have a shy personality, but they are more powerful than they look.

82. Zinna

Zinna is a Latin name that is not very popular but seems unique. The name means Genus of Moth. It is also the flower’s name with a striking brightness of colors that bring life to any garden during winter.

83. Zenechka 

Zenechka is derived from Russian origins. Zenechka is a variant of the name Zhenechka. It is unusual as a baby name for boys and is said to Russian form of eugenia, meaning noble.

84. Harper

Harper was not even one of the top 100 names until 2011. But in 2020, it shot up several places to reach the 10th spot. Harper has a straightforward meaning, ‘harp player.’

85. Ulrica

This one’s truly beautiful. This feminine version of Ulric just rolls off the tongue. It means ‘powerful ruler’ or ‘wealthy.’

86. Daviana

Daviana is another peculiar name for your little princess. Daviana means ‘beloved,’ and it is a feminine version of David. The name finds its root among the Hebrew and Scottish people. Daviana is also another variation of “Davina.” Famous people who bear the name include  Davina McCall, Davina Marcia Herbert.

87. Elsie

Elsie is a short form for Elspeth. It is a Scottish form of Elizabeth, which comes from the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning “God is my oath.” Elsie is of English and Scottish origin, and it is largely used by young girls in the area.  Examples of people using the name include Elsie Clews Parsons, Elsie Tanner, Elsie Wayne, etc.

88. Esperanza

If you are an adventurous namer, try Esperanza, which is derived from the Latin word Sperantia meaning ‘to hope’ or “expectation.” Famous people using the name include Esperanza Aguirre, Esperanza Cabral, Esperanza Osmeña.

 89. Grisell

A fun-sounding and unique name like Grisell refers to a grey battle. The name is of German origin, and it also means dark battle. Scottish people also use the name to mean “grey battle.” Famous people named Grisell are  Grisell Baillie and Lady Grisell Hume Baillie.

90. Joyce

Your daughter brings joy into your life and may also keep everyone around her happy with a name like Joyce, which refers to ‘rejoicing.’ In Latin, Joyce means “lord.” It derives from the Norman male name Josce or Josse, which is from Jodocus. Alice Joyce, Ella Joyce, Natalie Joyce are examples of people bearing the name Joyce.

91. Gabriella

Gabriella is a variant and feminine version of Gabriel. Gabriella refers to ‘God is my strength.’ The name Gabriella also means “Devoted to God” in Hebrew. Famous people named Gabriella include Gabriella Papadakis, Lady Gabriella Windsor.

92. Kenina

Guiding baby girls to be tougher is great for life. Kenina is one such strong name meaning ‘born from the fire.’ It is a version of Kenna in American, Irish, Gaelic origin, and it also means “good-looking.” An example celebrity named Kenina is Kristine Kenina.

93. Laura

Laura is a stylish name derived from Latin. Laura is an apt name for daughters as it refers to ‘victory.’ The feminized form of Laurus, Latin for “bay laurel plant,” the name Laura represents the embodiment of victory and strength. Examples of people named Laura include Laura Ingalls Wilder, Laura Pausini, Laura Ingraham, etc.

94. Ellie

Ellie is one of those girl names that means beautiful. Let your girl shine bright with a name like Ellie, which represents ‘shining light.’ The name is of Greek origin and is short for Eleanor or Ellen. Examples include Ellie Bamber, Ellie Beaven, Ellie Black, etc.

95. Jula

Let your little girl be young and glowing forever with a great name like Jula, which means ‘young.’ Jula is a variant of the name Jule and is widely used in Polish, Slovak, and Czech. An example is Polish celebrity singer Jula.

96. Zuri

Having a name from the letter Z makes your daughter stand out. Zuri is a sweet name from Swahili roots, and it means ‘beautiful’ and ‘good.’

97. Isa

Isa is a wonderful name of Swahili origin. Isa is a short and sweet name, and it means Jesus. It is a favorite name among the Japanese, Africans, and Australians. Also of  Persian origin, the name Isa means “strong-willed.” People Named Isa include Isa Miranda, Isa Gambar.

98. Osla

Osla is a regal choice of name for your bundle of joy. The name Osla means a person who is ‘God consecrated.’ A good example is Osla Benning.

99. Trixie

Another interesting for your little one. The name is of English origins, and it means ‘bringer of joy’ or she who ‘brings happiness.’ An example is Trixie Gardner, Trixie Friganza.

100. Maya

Maya is an excellent choice of name meaning ‘water’ and is a popular feminine name in Hebrew. In Greek, Maya means “good mother,” the Greek variation of the name is also sometimes spelled, Maia. People bearing that name include Maya Rudolph, Maya Deren, Maya Tiwari.

Angela Lee
Angela Lee
Angela is a New York City-based writer with a passion for entertainment, lifestyle, and human-interest stories

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