75 Goddess Names for Your Little Girl
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What name could be more empowering and affirming than that of a goddess?
Goddess mythology originates in many cultures worldwide. Whether you seek to name your daughter after a goddess from your own family history or you just want her namesake to embody power and grace, get inspired by our list of 75 goddess names.
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Goddess Names for Your Little Girl from A-C
- Aine (Irish) - an early Celtic goddess of summer. The name means bright and is associated with the celebration of Midsummer’s Eve.
- Alectrona (Greek) - Goddess of the sun.
- Aletheia (Greek) - Goddess of truth.
- Amalthea (Greek)- A nymph who nursed the infant Zeus.
- Andarta (Celtic) - Warrior goddess of war.
- Anaisa (Puerto Rican, Haitian, Dominican) - Goddess of love, money, and happiness.
- Anjea (Australian) - Fertility goddess.
- Antheia (Greek) - Goddess of gardens, flowers, swamps, and marshes.
- Aphea (Greek) - Goddess of the island of Aegina.
- Asteria (Greek) - Goddess of the stars.
- Astraea (Greek) - Goddess of justice.
- Atalanta (Greek) - Warrior goddess. Atalanta could run faster than the fastest man.
- Aura (Greek) - Titan of the breeze .
- Aurora (Roman) - Goddess of sunrise whose tears turned into the morning dew.
- Bia (Greek) - Goddess of force and raw energy.
- Brigid (Irish) - Goddess of spring, fertility, and life.
- Calliope (Greek) - Muse of epic poetry. The eldest of The Muses, Greek goddesses of music, song, and dance.
- Calypso (Greek) - Sea nymph who detained Odysseus on the island of Ogygia.
- Chandra (Hindi) - Goddess of the moon.
- Clemencia (Roman) - Goddess of forgiveness and mercy.
- Clio (Greek) - Muse of history, and in some versions, the muse of lyre playing.
- Concordia (Roman) - Goddess of peace/harmony and agreement.
- Cora (Greek) - Epithet of Persephone, goddess of fertility, Spring, and the Underworld.
- Coventina (Celtic) - Goddess of the sacred waters and springs.
- Cybele (Greek) - Goddess of caverns, mountains, nature and wild animals.
- Cynthia (Greek) - Epithet for Artemis or Diana.
Goddess Names for Your Little Girl from D-K
- Dalia (Lithuanian) - Goddess of Fate.
- Demetria (Greek) - Ancient earth goddess and the goddess of the harvest
- Devi (Hindu) - This girl's name means “goddess” in Sanskrit.
- Diana (Roman) - Goddess of the hunt and wild animals.
- Doris (Greek) - Sea nymph whose name represented the bounty of the sea.
- Eachna (Irish) - Goddess renowned for her beauty, brains and stylishness.
- Eileithya (Greek) - Goddess of childbirth and midwifery
- Electra (Greek) - One of the seven Pleiades.
- Euterpe (Greek) - Muse of music and lyric poetry.
- Fauna (Roman) - Goddess of the fertility of woodlands, fields, and flocks
- Flora (Roman) - Goddess of flowers.
- Freya (Nordic) - Goddess of love, beauty, fertility, war, wealth, divination and magic.
- Gaia (Greek) - Goddess of the Earth and prophecy. She is the primordial mother and a personification of Mother Earth. She gave birth to the Titans.
- Harmonia (Greek) - Goddess of harmony and concord.
- Hera (Greek) - Queen of the Olympians and Goddess of marriage and birth.
- Hemera (Greek) - Goddess of the daytime and daylight.
- Hestia (Greek) - Goddess of the hearth and home.
- Holle (Germanic) - Goddess of the Winter.
- Idony (Nordic) - Goddess of spring and eternal youth.
- Inanna (Sumerian) - Goddess of love, war, and fertility.
- Iris (Greek) - Goddess of the rainbow and messenger to the gods.
- Irene (Greek) - Goddess of peace.
- Isis (Egyptian) - Goddess of life and magic.
- Jaya (Buddhist) - This name means "victory" and is the name of a Hindu goddess.
- Kali (Hindu) - Goddess of death and rebirth.
- Kianda (Angola) - Goddess of the sea and of fisherman, a mermaid.
Goddess Names for Your Little Girl from L-Z
- Lakshmi (Hindu) - Goddess of abundance, beauty, wealth, and prosperity.
- Levana (Roman) - Goddess of the moon.
- Lissa (African) - Supreme mother goddess.
- Luna (Roman) - Goddess of the moon.
- Maia (Greek) - Goddess of fields.
- Marina (Slavic) - Goddess represents a combination of winter, death, and the fruit field's growth and fertility.
- Minerva (Roman) - Goddess of wisdom, medicine and crafts.
- Nixi (Roman) - Tribe of childbirth goddesses.
- Ostara (Germanic) - Goddess of the Spring.
- Parvati (Hindu) - Goddess of love and devotion.
- Phoebe (Greek) - Phoebe is linked to the oracle of Delphi. The name Phoebe means “bright” or “shining one.”
- Polyhymnia (Greei) - Muse of sacred poetry, sacred hymn, dance, and eloquence as well as agriculture, geometry, and pantomime.
- Pomona (Roman) - Goddess of fruit trees and gardens.
- Rhea (Greek) - The ancient Titan Earth Goddess, responsible for the fertility of the soil and women.
- Rhiannon (Celtic) - Goddess of fertility, linked with the moon, night and death.
- Saranya (Hindu) - Goddess of dawn and the clouds.
- Selene (Greek) - Titan personification of the moon.
- Thalia (Greek) - Goddess of comedy and pastoral poetry.
- Theia (Greek) - Goddess of sight and vision.
- Venus (Roman) - Goddess and love and beauty.
- Vesta (Roman) - Guardian of the sacred flame.
- Zaria (Slavic) - Goddess of battle.
- Ziva (Slavic) - Fertility and life goddess.
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