Are You Expecting A Baby By 2023? 70 Girl Names That Will Be Trending

Will you be the mother or father of a girl soon, and are you looking for the perfect name for your baby? If you need inspiration, we bring you the girl names that will be trending in 2023. From the most popular to the most exclusive, with their meanings and the latest trends, we will also tell you about the names that celebrities have given their recently born little offspring.

No less than 70 girl names that will be a trend in 2023 . Get inspired and start making your list, among these names could be your daughter’s!

Most popular girl names that will continue to be a trend

The trend in names changes over the years, but it does so very slowly, so the names that have been given the most to girls born in recent years will serve to inspire you. According to the latest data provided by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), the girl names that parents choose the most for their daughters are (in order):

  • Lucia: of Latin origin, “lux,”  its meaning is “She who carries the light” or “She who is born of light,”  referring to girls who are born at dawn.
  • Martina: Feminine form of Martin, of Latin origin and meaning “consecrated or related to the god Mars.”
  • Sofia: of Greek origin and its meaning is “wisdom” or “the one who possesses wisdom.”
  • Mary: of Hebrew origin “maryam”, its meaning is “the chosen one” or “the beloved by God.”
  • Valeria: of Latin origin and its meaning is “healthy and courageous.”
  • Julia: of Latin origin, “Iulus” or “Iulia” is a name used to identify members of the Roman Julia family. It means “consecrated to Jupiter.”
  • Paula: Latin origin “Paulus” and variant of Paola. It means “the minor,” “the small,” or “that of small size.”

  • Emma: of Germanic origin and means “great,” “strong,” “immense,” and “powerful.”
  • Daniela: of Hebrew origin, whose meaning is “she for whom God is her judge” or “justice of God.”
  • Carla: of Germanic origin, its meaning is “powerful” or “the one who is strong.”
  • Alma: the average age of the girls who wear it is 7.3 years, which indicates that it is one of the “newer” names on the most popular list. It is of Latin origin, it means “Kind”, “Gentle”, “all spirituality.”
  • Olivia: Of Latin origin, it means “the one who brings peace.”
  • Sara: of Hebrew origin and its meaning is “Princess”, “lady”, “sovereign”.
  • Carmen: a traditional name that continues to ring. Of Hebrew origin, it means “Garden of God.” It is the most common female name in Spain.

  • Vega: It is a trending name in recent years. Of Christian religious origin, due to the Marian invocation of the Virgen de la Vega, venerated in many towns in Spain. It also has a meaning related to the universe. It is the fifth brightest star in the night sky and has been extensively investigated, even being listed as the most important star in the sky after the Sun.
  • Mia: the average age of girls with this name (4.8 years) gives us a clue that it is a name that has been setting trends in recent years. It is of Hebrew origin, diminutive of Maria. She is of Hebrew origin, diminutive of Maria.
  • Lara: climbs the ranks among the most popular names for girls. It has two possible etymologies. One indicates that it is a Russian diminutive of the name Larisa. The other points out that it comes from Roman mythology and was the name of one of the water nymphs.
  • Alba: of Latin origin and means “Aurora,”  “Dawn,”  “white and shining,”  “the one that was born with the first light of dawn.”
  • Noa: a new name that has slipped into the top 20, being the revelation name of the last few years. It is used for both boys and girls. It is of Hebrew origin and means “delight.”
  • Lola: If decades ago Dolores was one of the most popular names, today her diminutive is. It refers to the pain of the virgin when her son was crucified.
  • Valentina: of Latin origin and means “courageous,”  “vigorous,” and “who has health.”

49 trendy girl names for 2023

  • April: of Latin origin and comes from “aprilis,” the name of the month of April.
  • Adara: derives from the Hebrew Adar-a. It means “beauty.”
  • Aitana: Name of Basque origin meaning “glory.”
  • Aldara: Greek name meaning “winged gift.”
  • Alaia: means “happy” in Basque. Variants: Alaikari, Alaie.
  • Alexa: variant of Alessa, of Greek origin, meaning “defender.”
  • Amira: Arabic name meaning “princess.”
  • Aria: of Greek origin, its meaning is “very holy.” Also, in Italian, it means “melody” or “song.” It is a new name that has been going strong.
  • Basma: Arabic-derived name meaning “smile” or “smiling.”
  • Bianca: Italian name, meaning “white.”
  • Carlota: Feminine diminutive of Carlos, which means “free man.”
  • Cataleya: Among the most popular new names among girls with a median age of 2.6 years. It is the name of a flower from the orchid family.
  • Chiara: Italian variant of Clara, meaning “clarity” and “brightness.”
  • Chloe: climbing the ranks in recent years in all its variants: Khloe, Cloe, and Kloe. It is of Greek origin and means “grass” or “green shoots.”
  • Daniella: variant of Daniela, name of Hebrew origin, whose meaning is “she for whom God is her judge” or “justice of God.”
  • Diara: African name meaning “gift.”

  • Elaia: Basque name meaning “swallow.” It is carried by 1,187 girls, with an average age of 6.6 years.
  • Elna: derives from the name Helena, of Greek origin and means “sunbeam, light that shines.” It is the name of 1,010 girls with an average age of 6.6 years.
  • Gala: climbing the ranks, 5,673 girls with an average age of 9.7 years bear this name of Latin origin that refers to those born in Gaul.
  • Imara: name of Swahili origin, meaning “firm.”
  • India: this pretty name derives from the Sanskrit “indus,” which means river.
  • Ignes: of Greek origin, it means “sacred, chaste, and pure.”
  • Isabella: Italian form of Isabella, meaning “God’s promise.”
  • Island: Scottish name, whose meaning is “The Queen of the Hebrides”, name of a large archipelago that is located on the west coast of Scotland.
  • Kaira: of Scandinavian origin, it means “peaceful.”
  • Jade: name inspired by a precious stone to which healing and magical properties are attributed. In the pre-Hispanic cultures of Mesoamerica, it was the stone of creation, it meant life, fertility and power, being even more valued than gold.
  • Jimena: Medieval variant of Simeona, which is of Hebrew origin and means “the one who listens.”
  • Juliet: of Latin origin, it means “the one who is strong from the root.”
  • Kara: has its origin in Norse mythology and its meaning is interpreted as “friend, dear.”
  • Leya: name of Hindu origin meaning “lion.”
  • Lía: is a modern and original name for a girl that is gaining popularity and is among the top 50 names most chosen by parents in Spain. Name of Hebrew origin meaning “bearer of good news.”
  • Lina: of Arabic origin, it means “tender.”
  • Loana: It is believed that it could be a name of Hawaiian origin and that it means “good light.”

  • Moon: of Latin origin. Name of the satellite planet of the Earth.
  • Mafalda: we have known her through Quino’s cartoons and we fell in love with her. She is a name of Germanic origin, which derives from Matilde and means “she who is strong in battle”.
  • Malak: is a name of Arabic origin whose meaning is “angel”. It is a unisex name that can be used for both boys and girls, although in Spain it is usually worn by girls.
  • Malen: According to its Mapuche origin , Malén means “maiden.” In Basque it is diminutive of Madalen, equivalent to Magdalena.
  • Manuela: Feminine form of Manuel, meaning “God is with us.”
  • Matilda: variant of Matilda, a name of Germanic origin meaning “warrior, strong, and courageous.”
  • Marwa: Arabic name meaning “white stone.”
  • Masha: Russian variant of Maria, meaning “beloved by God.”
  • Minerva: Roman goddess of wisdom, the thinker. Equivalent to Athena.
  • Ona: Another super short name for a girl with huge popularity in recent years. Of Irish origin, it means “elegant.”
  • Regina: Feminine of rex (king), meaning “queen,” “celestial queen.”
  • Renata: of Latin origin, means “born a second time.”
  • Surya: unisex given name. In Hindu mythology, Surya is considered the god of the Sun.
  • Triana: it is one of the names that parents choose the most in recent years. It comes from Arabic, where Atrayana is written. Its meaning is “beyond the river,” and it is also a well-known neighborhood in Seville.
  • Zaria: of Russian origin, means “dawn.”
  • Zoe: one of the most chosen short girl names , climbing positions in recent years. Of Greek origin, it means “to give life.”
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