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25 Adorable Old-Fashioned Baby Names For Girls

25 Adorable Old-Fashioned Baby Names For Girls

25 Adorable Old-Fashioned Baby Names For Girls
Deciding on your baby's name and looking for something an old-fashioned or maybe even a bit vintage? Well, you're in the right place.
Here we have listed 25 pretty adorable vintage names for girls that we absolutely love right now.
  • Dorothy - from the movie classic, Wizard of Oz. A stunning name that means gift from God.
  • Eleanor - an old French form of the Occitan name Aliénor.
  • Penelope - a Greek mythology classic. Penelope was the ever so faithful wife of Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey. In Greek the name means bobbin.
  • Theodora - a fabulous name also meaning gift from God and is very popular amongst the royal family.
  • Eliza - a shortened version of Elizabeth which means consecrated to God.
  • Kitty - an old pet form of the Greek name Katherine meaning pure.
  • Polly - the star of the sea.
  • Priscilla - of Latin origin meaning ancient or venerable.
  • Edith - a beautiful old-fashioned name that means riches or blessed. The short form of Edith is Edie and we love that too.
  • Birdie - an English baby name meaning little bird or birdlike.
  • Trixie - a Latin baby name meaning the bringer of joy or brings joy.
  • Betsy - an old English name taken from the name Betty.
  • Mabel - a beautiful vintage girls name meaning lovable.
  • Stella - taken from the name Estella, Stella is the Latin for a star.
  • Tillie - a diminutive of Matilda which means battle mighty.
  • Suki - a normal Japanese girls name that means to like or to love.
  • Wendy -  a German baby name meaning wanderer.
  • Lily - can be short for Lillian or Liliana. The names come from the lily flower and mean pure, passion or rebirth.
  • Etta - a French baby name which means keeper of the heart.
  • Flora - the Roman Goddess of flowers and spring. The name derives from Latin 'flos' meaning flower.
  • Esme - a stunning name made popular again from the movie Twilight. Esme means loved or to love.
  • Hattie - sometimes a shortened version of Harriet.
  • Sadie - a Hebrew name which means princess. It is also a nickname for Sarah.
  • Carrie - a shortened version of Carol and Caroline.
  • Effy - a pet form of Euphemia us mostly in the 1800's. Effie means well-spoken.
Kellie Kearney is a Dublin mammy of kids aged 2, 3, 4 and 8. A self-confessed procrastinator and picker-upper of things, Kellie's love include coffee, doughnuts, travel and sharing every day true to life moments on Instagram of her expanding family. Follow her on Instagram.