Welcome to our list of the 50 most popular Posh names for girls. Each name has a short explanation of its meaning along with a cool fact about the name.
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Alexandra: Meaning "man's defender".
Allegra: This name means a “joyful” and/or “lively girl”.
Anais: Anais, which means "grace", is another form of 'Anna'.
Anastasia: Anastasia is a beautiful posh name for girls that has Greek origins. The name translates to "resurrection".
Angelica: Similarly, Angelica is an originally Latin posh name that translates to "angel".
Annabelle: This classy Scottish name means "graceful".
Antoinette: Antoinette, which is another word for "valuable", is a royal name that has been used throughout history. Queen Marie-Antoinette of France is arguably the most notable example.
Aria: This means "lion of God".
Artemis: An originally Greek name, Artemis has multiple meanings and contexts. It may refer to a Greek goddess or translate to "safe".
Beatrice: Princess Beatrice is a contemporary member of the British Royal Family.
Bethany: In Australia, Bethany is used as a variation of 'Beth'.
Bianca: This famous Shakespearean character's name is defined as "white".
Bijou: In French, Bijou means "jewel".
Brigitte: Brigitte can be traced back to its Gaelic roots, in which it means "strength".
Caledonia: Simply put, Caledonia means "from Scotland".
Candida: Candida translates to "bright white".
Carina: Meaning "dear".
Caterina: Another variation of 'Katherine', Caterina means "pure".
Cecelia: Meaning "blind".
Charlotte: Although the name translates to "free man", Charlotte is a feminine name that can also mean that your daughter is a "free woman".
Christiana: This means "follower of Christ".
Claire: A form of the French name ‘Clara’, Claire means "bright".
Clementine: Meaning "mild" and/or "gentle".
Daniella: Commonly used in Spain, Daniella translates to "God is my judge".
Delilah: Going back to this name's Hebrew roots, Delilah means "delicate".
Diana: If you are looking for a posh and royal name for your daughter, you could name her after the iconic Princess Diana. The meaning of Diana is "divine".
Eleanor: Eleanor, which is originally French, pertains to a "shining light".
Emilia: Emilia, defined as "to emulate", combines between the names "Amalia" and "Emily".
Evangeline: Meaning "good news".
Francesca: This Spanish name means "from France".
Genevieve: Throughout history, Genevieve was a popular name among royals and aristocrats.
Giovanna: Another word for "God is gracious", Giovanna is a version of 'Joanna'.
Gwendolyn: Gwendolyn is commonly used by ruling classes and elites as a posh name for girls.
Hermione: Meaning "well born".
Isabella: In French, Isabella translates to "devoted to God".
Jolie: Jolie, which means "pretty", is both posh and unique.
Juliet: This is a beautiful Shakespearean name for girls.
Lauren: Meaning "laurel plant".
Lilliana: Another version of 'Elizabeth'.
Luciana: Meaning "light".
Madeline: Madeline refers to a "woman from Magdala".
Maria: This version of 'Marie' means "star of the sea".
Meredith: Meredith pertains to a "guardian of the sea". It used to be given to males, but this name is one of the most popular posh names for girls in contemporary times.
Natalia: Natalia refers to a girl that was "born during Christmas". It is also a form of the name "Natalie".
Octavia: Meaning "eight".
Odette: Odette is defined as "wealth".
Olivia: This name is perfect for nature enthusiasts because it means "olive tree".
Penelope: Penelope, another word for "weaver", is an originally mythological name.
Rosalind: This means "beautiful rose".
Serena: Serena pertains to a "calm" person.
Silvia: Silvia is defined as "forest".
Sophia: The meaning of Sophia, which is a popular name among European royal families, is "wisdom".
Valentina: Meaning "strong and healthy", Valentina is the female version of 'Valentine'.
Violetta: This name translates to "violet flower". It is the Italian version of 'Violet'
Violette: In the same vein, Violette means "violet" in Italian.
Virginia: Meaning “chaste”.
Vivienne: Vivienne means "lively".