BABY NAMES

160+ Strong And Beautiful Country Names for Girls

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160+ Strong And Beautiful Country Names for Girls

 If you love everything country, the bliss of farming or the closeness of a small town, perhaps consider a fitting country name for your baby girl.

There’s a certain beauty to the countryside that makes you want to feel calm and light, but strong and powerful. So, if you want your little cowgirl to embody the rustic beauty and the strong charisma of the South, we’ve got you a list of the sweetest and cutest country names for girls.

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Strong Country Baby Names for Girls

Abigail (or Abby)

Abigail was the wife of King David in the Hebrew Bible’s ‘Book of Samuel’.  It means ‘Joy of the Father’ and is a super cute country name for a baby girl.

Famous Abigail’s include:

  • Abigail Breslin
  • Abbie Cornish
  • Abigail Adams

Abilene

The baby name ‘Abilene’ means ‘Grass’ – so isn’t that perfect for a baby girl born in the country. Abilene is a small town in Texas and is English in origin.

Ada

The baby name Ada means ‘Adornment’.  It is Hebrew in origin and although it might sound a bit old-fashioned, these types of baby names are coming back now.

Famous Ada’s include:

  • Ada Nicodemou (from Neighbours)
  • Ada Yonath
  • Ada Choi

Agnes

A Greek Country baby name for girls that means ‘Pure and holy’.

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Amber

Amber is a country baby name derived from the Greek word (alexo), which means “To defend or to help.”

Amy

A French baby name meaning “dearly loved or beloved.” It is from the Old French Amee, which is derived from the Latin “Amatus” meaning “Loved.”

Annie

Annie Oakley was an American woman who had amazing shooting skills. She won a shooting contest when she was just 15 then started to perform her amazing skills in carnivals around the world.

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April

A Latin in origin baby name that doesn’t come from the month of the year but after the God Apollo.

Arizona

It is of Native American origin which means “Little springs”.

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Ashley or Ashleigh

An English baby name meaning “lives in the ash tree grove.” It is derived from a surname and place based on the Old English word for ash wood.

Aspen

A gender-neutral baby name that means ‘Quaking tree’.

Austin

Austin was traditionally an English surname.  The meaning is ‘Great and magnificent.  Also, the capital of Texas and ‘Place Name’ baby names are very on-trend at the moment!

Autumn

It is derived from the Latin word “autumnus”, meaning “fall” or “autumn”.

Avery

Derived from an Old French version of the name Alfred or the Ancient Germanic name Alberich, and from the Old English words “aelf,” meaning “elf,” and “raed,” meaning “counsel.”

Bailey

It is taken from an English surname meaning “Bailiff”.

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Bea

Bea is a shortened form of ‘Beatrice’ and means ‘Pilgrim’.  It is a super cute Country Baby Name for Girls.

Belle

Belle Starr was an American outlaw who went on the run with Jesse James.  The gang hid out at Belle’s farm in 1848.  Belle was known to wear feathers in her hair and wore buckskins.  She robbed banks and indulged in counterfeiting.

Bessy

Betsy

This country name for girls is from the Hebrew “Elisheba,” meaning either “oath of God, or God is satisfaction.”

Betty

Birdie

Blanche

Blossom

From the Old English word blastm, which means “a cluster of flowers” or “to thrive, flourish.”

Blythe

Bobby or Bobbie

Bonnie/Bonny

This country name for girls is derived from Middle French word “bonne,” meaning “good” or derived from the Latin word “bonus” which also means “good.”

Brandie/Brandy

An English baby name meaning “Beverage brandy.”

Brooke

Cady/Cadence/Kadence

It is derived from an English word meaning “Rhythm and flow.”

Cali or Callie

Candy

Carly

Caroline

Carrie

Carrie Underwood is a famous Country Singer who is known for winning the fourth season of American Idol.

Cassidy

Charlene

Cheyenne

Cheyenne is one of the country names for girls that is derived from the Dakota Indian word “shaiyena” which is from “shaia” meaning, to speak unintelligibly.

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Claire

Clara

Clarissa

Clementine

The country name Clementine is a Latin baby name derived from “clemens” which means “mild or merciful.”

Coby

Coby is of Hebrew originals and means ‘God may protect’.

Connie

An Irish baby name meaning “Strong-willed or wise; a hero.”

Cora

Corrine

A French or English variant of Corina, meaning “Beautiful maiden”.

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Daisy

Derived from the flower’s name, which comes from the Old English word dægeseage, meaning “day’s eye”.

Dakota

Dallas

Daphne

One of the older popular country names for girls, Daphne is traditionally a Greek baby name meaning “Bay tree, or laurel tree.”

Darby

Darla

Darlene

Deanne

Delaney

Dell

Delaney is Irish in origin and means ‘Dark Challenger’.

Dixie

Dolly

An English baby name meaning “gift of God.”

Dorothy

An English baby name also means “Gift of God.”

Dottie

Ella

Elsie or Elsa

A Scottish baby name meaning “My God is bountiful”, or “God of plenty.” It is also a diminutive of the Scottish “Elspeth.”

Eliza

The most famous Eliza is ‘Eliza Dushku’ who played the character ‘Faith’ in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Erin

Derived from the Gaelic Érinn, or Érie, which is the Irish name for Ireland.

Esme

It is derived from the French word “esmé” meaning “loved” or a variant of Aimé, which means “beloved.”

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Esther

Etta

Evangeline

Everley

Evie

Faith

Derived from the word faith, which has its root in the Latin word “fides” meaning “confidence, belief.” Faith Hill (pictured) is also a very famous Country Singer.

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Fanny

Faye

Fawn

Flora

Frances

A Latin baby name derived from “France” meaning “free one.”

Genevieve

Georgia

It is a feminine form of the Greek name, George, meaning “tiller of the soil, or farmer.”

Gertie

Genevieve

In German, the meaning of the name is “of the race of women or white wave.”

Georgia

Ginny

A Latin baby name which is from the ginger flower, and could also mean, “of the Virgin.”

Gladys

Grace

Greer

Haley

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Hannah

Harlow

Harper

It is originally a last name meaning “someone who plays the harp.”

Harriet

Hattie

Hazel

Heaven

I had to add this name here, named after the famous book of the same name by Virginia Andrews,  The character Heaven grew up in the hills of West Virginia.

Heidi

It is a diminutive of the name Adelheid (English: Adelaide), meaning “nobility” or “of noble birth”.

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Holly

It is derived from the Old English word “holegn” meaning “to prick.”

Hope

An English baby name which is one of the three Christian virtues “Faith, Hope and Charity.”

Ida

Indiana

Ivy

Jacqueline

Jade

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Jane

When I think of the country name Jane for a baby girl – I think of Calamity Jane, an amazing American frontier woman who lived in Deadwood and attended to the sick and needy people of the small town.

Jessie

Jewel

Jill

Joanie

Jody

Jolene

It is derived from the Middle English name for Joseph. In Hebrew, it means “God will increase” or “God shall add and she who shall increase.” It is also sometimes referred to as Jolie in French which means “beautiful”.

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Josette

Josephine

Josephine Sarah Marcus was an actress in Arizona in the mid 1900’s.  She fell in love with Wyatt Earp and was said to be the cause of the infamous gunfight in the OK Corral.

Josie

A French baby name meaning “May Jehovah add.” It can also be a diminutive of Joanne meaning “God is gracious.”

Juliette

A French name which is a diminutive of Julie, and comes from the Latin nomen (or clan name) Julius, which means “son of Jove”.

June

A Latin baby name meaning “young.”

Kansas

Katherine

Kasey

Katy

Kaylee

Kenzie

Kinsey

It is derived from the ancient name “Cynesige” which is made up of the Olde English elements “cyne” meaning “royal” and “sige” meaning “victory”.

Kitt

Kitty

Lacey

Laura

Larissa

It is derived either from Larissa, a nymph in Greek mythology who was a daughter of Pelasgus, or from the name of the ancient city of Larissa in Greece meaning “citadel”.

Layla

In Arabic, it means “night” in Arabic.

Laurel

It is of English origin from the Latin name ‘Lauras’ which refers to the Laurel Tree.

Lexi

Lillian

There was a rival to Western Sharpshooter Annie Oakley, and her name was Lillian Smith.  She joined Buffalo Bill’s travelling show when she was just 15 years of age and liked to brag about her skills.  When she travelled to England for a show, she shot badly on the day and Annie Oakley rose to fame and poor Lillian became obscure.

Lola

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Loretta

Louisa

Lucille

Lucinda

Lucy

Lydia

Mabel

A Latin baby name meaning “beautiful, loving, lovable.”

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Mae

Maggie

Magnolia

Mallory

Mandy

An English baby name and an abbreviation of Amanda, meaning “Worthy of being loved.”

Maisey

A Scottish baby name and is a diminutive form of Margaret meaning “pearl, or child of light.”

Maribelle

Marion

Martha

Calamity Jane was actually born ‘Martha Jane Canary’ – and I think it is a very fitting country name for girls.

Matilda

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Maxine

Maybelle

Meredith

Mindy

Millie

Minnie

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Miley

Miranda

Missy

A Greek baby name meaning “bee.”

Misty

Molly

An English baby name and from the Gaelic name Maili which is a pet form of Mary, meaning bitter.

Montana

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Nancy

Nelly

An English baby name and derived from the name Eleanor or from the Greek name Helen, meaning “shining light, or most beautiful woman.”

Nevada

Odessa

In Greek, it means “Full of wrath.”

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Olive

Olivia

Opal

Paige

Patsy

Patsy Cline was a famous Country Singer.

Patty

Pearl

There was an infamous madam called ‘Pearl de Vere’ born in 1860.  Pearl had bright red hair and was popular at the brothel ‘The Old Homestead’ in Cripple Creek Colorado.  She commanded up to $250/night back then!

Another famous Pearl from the Old West was Pearl Hart.  She was a Canadian lass who was a professional gambler.  She also dabbled in cigarettes, liquor and morphine.  She robbed stagecoaches and was caught and jailed.

Perhaps don’t call your daughter Pearl.

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Peggy

A diminutive of Margaret, which means “little pearl”. It also originated from the Hebrew “margaron” meaning”pearl.”

Penny

Perry

it is derived from Middle English word “perrie” meaning “pear tree”.

Peyton

Phoebe

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Polly

A Hebrew baby name meaning “wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.”

Poppy

Prarie

Prue or Prudence

Presley

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Ramona

Rayna

It is a transcription of a Bulgarian name (Райна) which is also an equivalent to the Latin name Regina meaning “queen”.

Reba

Rebecca

Reece

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Robin or Robyn

An American baby name meaning “famed, bright; shining.”

Rosie

It is a diminutive form of the English name Rose, which is of Latin origin. There was a famous ‘Rose’ who lived in the Old West called Rose Dunn.  ‘The Rose of Cimarron’ robbed stagecoaches and banks.  She participated in gunfights and pub brawls.  She ended up going ‘respectable though and married a local politician and lived until she was 70.

Ruby

Ruthie

Sadie

Sage

Saffron

Sally

Sandy

Savannah

Scarlett

An English baby name meaning “red or one who wears or sells scarlet cloth.”

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Shania

Shelby

An English baby name meaning “From the manor house ‘Willow farm.”

Shirley

Stella

Sofia

Derived from Sophia, which means “wisdom, skill.”

Summer

Sunny

Sylvia

Tabitha

Tammy

Tammy Wynette was a famous country singer.

Tanya

Tegan

Tessa

Thelma

Trisha

Trixie

Tully

Violet

Virginia

It is derived from the Ancient Roman family name Virginius, which is probably came from the Latin word virgo, meaning “maiden” or “virgin.”

Vivian

Willa

It is the English feminine form of William, which is an Old French name of Germanic origin. It is derived from the Germanic words “wil” meaning “will, desire” and “helm” meaning “helmet, protection”, thus, the name William means “valiant protector”.

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Winnie

Wilma

Winter

It is an English word, which refers to the “coldest season of the year”.

Whitney

Wynona

Yolanda

It is of Greek origin meaning “Violet.” In Greek, it is Iolanthe, while in German and Dutch, it is spelled Jolanda, and in Czech and Slovak, Jolantha. In Polish, it’s Jolanta and in Italian, Portuguese and Romanian, it’s spelled Iolanda.

Zelda

It is a nickname for Griselda, which may mean “dark battle”. It is also the feminine form of the Yiddish name Selig, which means, “blessed” or “happy”.

Aren’t these country names for girls lovely?

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