If you love everything Southern or you want to honour your Southern roots, here’s something that would forever remind you of the beautiful South.
There’s a certain beauty to the South 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.READ MORE 50+ Strong Country Names for Boys
It is derived from the Greek αλεξω (alexo), which means “to defend or to help.”
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.”
It is of Native American origin which means “little springs”.
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.
It is derived from the Latin word “autumnus”, meaning “fall” or “autumn”.
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.”
It is taken from an English surname meaning “bailiff”.
it is from the Hebrew “Elisheba,” meaning either “oath of God, or God is satisfaction.”
From the Old English word blóstm, which means “a cluster of flowers” or “to thrive, flourish.”
It is derived from Middle French word “bonne,” meaning “good” or derived from the Latin word “bonus” which also means “good.”
An English baby name meaning “beverage brandy.”
It is derived from an English word meaning “rhythm, flow.”
It is derived from the Dakota Indian word “shaiyena” which is from “shaia” meaning, to speak unintelligibly.
It is a Latin baby name derived from “clemens” which means “mild or merciful.”
An Irish baby name meaning “strong-willed or wise; a hero.”
A French or English variant of Corina, meaning “beautiful maiden”.
Derived from the flower’s name, which comes from the Old English word dægeseage, meaning “day’s eye”.
A Greek baby name meaning “bay tree, or laurel tree.”
An English baby name meaning “gift of God.”
An English baby name which also means “Gift of God.”
A Scottish baby name meaning “my god is bountiful”, or “god of plenty.” It is also a diminutive of the Scottish “Elspeth.”
Derived from the Gaelic Érinn, or Érie, which is the Irish name for Ireland.
It is derived from the French word “esmé” meaning “loved” or a variant of Aimé, which means “beloved.”
Derived from the word faith, which has its root in the Latin word “fides” meaning “confidence, belief.”
A Latin baby name derived from “France” meaning “free one.”
It is a feminine form of the Greek name, George, meaning “tiller of the soil, or farmer.”
In German, the meaning of the name is “of the race of women or white wave.”
A Latin baby name which is from the ginger flower, and could also mean, “of the Virgin.”
It is originally a last name meaning “someone who plays the harp.”
It is a diminutive of the name Adelheid (English: Adelaide), meaning “nobility” or “of noble birth”.
It is derived from the Old English word “holegn” meaning “to prick.”
An English baby name which is one of the three Christian virtues “Faith, Hope and Charity.”
It is derived 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”.
A French baby name meaning “May Jehovah add.” It can also be a diminutive of Joanne meaning “God is gracious.”
A French name which is a diminutive of Julie, and comes from the Latin nomen (or clan name) Julius, which means “son of Jove”.
A Latin baby name meaning “young.”
It is derived from the ancient name “Cynesige” which is made up of the Olde English elements “cyne” meaning “royal” and “sige” meaning “victory”.
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”.
In Arabic, it means “night” in Arabic.
It is of English origin from the Latin name Lauras which refers to the laurel tree.
A Latin baby name meaning “beautiful, loving, lovable.”
An English baby name and an abreviation of Amanda, meaning “worthy of being loved.”
A Scottish baby name and is a diminutive form of Margaret meaning “pearl, or child of light.”
A Greek baby name meaning “bee.”
An English baby name and from the Gaelic name Maili which is a pet form of Mary, meaning bitter.
An English baby name and derived from the name Eleanor or from the Greek name Helen, meaning “shining light, or most beautiful woman.”
In Greek, it means “full of wrath.”
A diminutive of Margaret, which means “little pearl”. It also originated from the Hebrew “margaron” meaning“pearl.”
it is derived from Middle English word “perrie” meaning “pear tree”.
A Hebrew baby name meaning “wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.”
It is a transcription of a Bulgarian name (Райна) which is also an equivalent to the Latin name Regina meaning “queen”.
An American baby name meaning “famed, bright; shining.”
It is a diminutive form of the English name Rose, which is of Latin origin.
An English baby name meaning “red or one who wears or sells scarlet cloth.”
An English baby name meaning “From the manor house ‘Willow farm.”
Derived from Sophia, which means “wisdom, skill.”
It is derived from the Ancient Roman family name Virginius, which is probably came from the Latin word virgo, meaning “maiden” or “virgin.”
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”.
It is an English word, which refers to the “coldest season of the year”.
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.
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”.