English Baby Girl Names

Adalbeorht

English - Female

Noble.

  • Rated 2.50 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.50 (54 votes)

Adalbrechta

English - Female

Noble.

  • Rated 2.48 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.48 (44 votes)

Aeldra

English - Female

Noble.

  • Rated 2.86 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.86 (14 votes)

Aelfraed

English - Female

Elf counselor.

  • Rated 2.79 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.79 (14 votes)

Aelfthryth

English - Female

An Old English name formed as a compound of aelf, meaning elf, and thryth, meaning strength.

  • Rated 3.06 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.06 (18 votes)

Aelfwine

English - Female

Friend of the elves.

  • Rated 3.06 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.06 (18 votes)

Aethelind

English - Female

An Old English name from an Old German name meaning noble snake.

  • Rated 3.53 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.53 (15 votes)

Aethelwine

English - Female

Friend of the elves.

  • Rated 3.20 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.20 (10 votes)

Aethelwyne

English - Female

Friend of the elves.

  • Rated 3.25 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.25 (12 votes)

Afreda

English - Female

Elf counselor.

  • Rated 3.30 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.30 (10 votes)

Ainslie

English - Female

Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow.

  • Rated 3.90 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.90 (10 votes)

Alarice

English - Female

Rules all. Feminine form of Alaric.

  • Rated 4.00 out of 4 stars

Rating: 4.00 (7 votes)

Alberteen

English - Female

Noble.

  • Rated 2.75 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.75 (8 votes)

Albertina

English - Female

Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. Albert became popular in England after Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840. Noble, bright.

  • Rated 1.87 out of 4 stars

Rating: 1.87 (15 votes)