100 Pirate Girl Names For Your Little Pirate Queen
Do you dream of sailing the high seas? Or maybe you just love the ocean?
Either way, we have compiled the perfect list of 100 female pirate names to help you find the right match for your wee one. These girl names are as fierce as Blackbeard himself!
From fictional pirates to real ones from history, there are so many options to choose from. If you are a Disney fan, you may draw inspiration from characters in “The Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise or even the swashbucklers in “Peter Pan!”
If you have your old heart set on an Irish name or even a Latin name, there are plenty of famous female pirate names spanning many cultures and origins.
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Skip using a random pirate name generator for your baby girl and pick a pirate name with an important and unique meaning. Choosing a baby girl name doesn’t have to be as difficult as reading a treasure map! Here are 100 of the best pirate names for girls.
Cool Pirate Names for Girls with Meanings
- Ada - German and Latin for “noble.”
- Augusta - Latin for “exalted.”
- Azure - Persian for “sky blue.”
- Belle - Spanish for “beautiful” and Hebrew for “dedicated.”
- Bertha - Anglo-Saxon for “glorious.”
- Beryl - Hebrew for “jewel.”
- Breeza - Aboriginal for “one hill.”
- Cataline - Greek for “pure beauty.”
- Celeste - Latin for “heavenly.”
- Cleo - Greek for “lark.”
- Coral - Latin for “rock.”
- Cordelia - Irish for “daughter of the sea.”
- Daria - Greek for “wealthy.”
- Dylan - A Welsh name for “sea.”
- Evalyn - English for “hazelnut” and German for “desired child.”
- Freeda - German for “elf or magical counsel.”
- Hally - Old Norse for “hero.”
- Isla - Scottish and Spanish for “island.”
- Isola - Italian for “island.”
- Kinga - Hungarian and Slavic for “brave.”
- Maire - Hebrew, Irish, and French for “bitter.”
- Marina - Latin and Russian for “sea maiden.”
- Melody - Greek for “song.”
- Morwenna - Welsh for “maiden” or “waves of the sea.”
- Nagisa - Japanese for “seashore.”
- Nahla - Arabic for “a drink of water.”
- Nami - Japanese for “wave.”
- Nerina - Greek for “sea nymph.”
- Ocean - Greek for “sea.”
- Pasha - A Turkish name for governor rank.
- Pearl - Latin for “jewel.”
- Portia - Latin for “hog” or “offering.”
- Sandera - Greek for “man’s defender.”
- Saylor - German for “mariner.”
- Scout - French for “watchman” and American for “first explorer.”
- Sirene - Greek for “enchanter.”
- Sunny - English for “bright disposition” or “cheerful.”
- Umiko - Japanese for “child of the sea.”
Historical Female Pirate Names with Meanings
- Aegea - This pirate name is derived from the Aegean Sea.
- Apulia - This is a pirate name for someone who belonged to the Apulia region in Southern Italy.
- Artemisia - Artemisia 1 of Caria was a Greek pirate queen.
- Bonny - Anne Bonny was an Irish pirate active in the Caribbean during the early 1700s.
- Calico - This female pirate name was inspired by Calico Jack Rackham.
- Charlotte - Charlotte de Berry was an English female pirate captain during the late 1600s.
- Cheng - Cheng I Sao also known as Zheng Yi Sao was one of the most notorious Chinese pirate captains.
- Elise - Elise Eskilsdotter was a Scandinavian pirate and noblewoman during the Middle Ages.
- Elizabetha - Elizabetha Patrickson was an English pirate alongside her husband, William.
- Flora - Flora Burn was an English pirate during the Golden Age of Piracy. Flora is also the name of the mythical Roman Goddess of springtime.
- Grace - Grace O’Malley was the Pirate Queen of Ireland.
- Ingela - Ingela Gathenheilm was a Swedish pirate queen.
- Iona - This is the name of an island off the coast of Scotland.
- Jacquotte - Jacquotte Delahaye was a French female pirate in the Caribbean during the 17th century.
- Jeanne - Jeanne de Clisson was a French noblewoman who committed piracy to avenge her husband’s death.
- Johanna - Johanna Hard was a Swedish pirate during the early 1800s.
- Lagertha - Lagertha was a Norwegian Viking, pirate, and shield maiden.
- Margaret - Margaret Jordan was married to pirate Edward Jordan and was also a pirate herself.
- Mary - Mary Wolverston was the daughter of the notorious pirate Philip Wolverston.
- Morgan - Morgan Adams was a notorious female pirate during the Golden Age of Piracy.
- Neel - Neel Cuyper was recruited as a pirate after she was discovered masquerading as a man on Dutch merchant ships.
- Nineve - Nineve is a female pirate from Arthurian legend known as one of the “ladies of the lake.”
- Rachel - Rachel Wall was an American female pirate during the late 1700s.
- Sadie - Sadie Farrell or “Sadie the Goat” was a pirate and gang leader in New York during the 19th century.
- Sayyida - Sayyida Al-Hurra was a 16th-century pirate queen of the Mediterranean Sea.
- Susan - Susan Frani was the sole female member of the Filipino pirate crew that belonged to Emilio Changco.
- Tan - Tan Chin Chiao was known as the Chinese “Queen of the Pirates.”
- Teuta - Teuta was a pirate queen of the Illyrian Kingdom.
Fictional Female Pirate Characters from Pop Culture
- Anamaria - A female pirate under Captain Jack Sparrow’s command in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.
- Angelica - A female pirate and the daughter of Blackbeard in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
- Calypso - A sea goddess in the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise.
- Elaine - Elaine Marley is the governor of the pirate islands in the 1990s video game The Curse of Monkey Island.
- Elizabeth - Elizabeth Swann joins the pirates on adventures in the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise.
- Fanny - Fanny Campbell, the Female Pirate Captain: A Tale of the Revolution is a novel by author Maturin Murray Ballou.
- Maz - Maz Kanata was a pirate character that lived for over 1000 years in the Star Wars franchise.
- Silver - This name is inspired by Long John Silver, a character in Treasure Island.
- Sparrow - This name is inspired by Captain Jack Sparrow of the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise.
- Storm - The Storm Pirates is a pirate crew in the anime series called One Piece.
- Tia - Tia Dalma is a soothsayer of the Caribbean in the Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise.
Badass Girl Pirate Names with Meanings
- Adriana - Latin for “from Adria.”
- Arcelia - Spanish for “treasure chest.”
- Battista - Latin for “plunge” and Greek for “baptizer.”
- Billie - For singer Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell.
- Cima - Hebrew for “treasure.”
- Destiny - French for “fate.”
- Diamond - English for “brilliant”
- Dola - Nigerian for “the crown means honor.”
- Emeraldas - An English variation of “emerald,” the precious green gemstone.
- Echo - Greek for “sound.”
- Fortuna - Latin for “fortune.”
- Gilda - An English name for “gold-coated.”
- Hulda - German for “warfare” and Old Norse for “secrecy.”
- Jade - A bright green gemstone, is Spanish for “stone of the loins.”
- Katana - Japanese for “sword.”
- Meredith - Old Welsh for “protector of the sea.”
- Mizuko - Japanese for “water child.”
- Nami - Japanese for “wave.”
- Torrent - English for “a fast-moving stream or current.”
- Ula - Irish for “sea jewel” or “gem of the sea.”
- Vallora - Latin for “brave” or “courageous.”
- Valerie - Latin for “strong.”
- Vandala - Sanskrit for “a boat.”
Congratulations on your newest crew member joining you on your pirate ship adventures. We hope that we inspired you with plenty of name ideas!
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Stefanie is an experienced parenting writer and has published works in other publications such as Motherly.