All the beautiful old names now held by our Grandparents and Great-Grandparents are making a come-back!
Have you noticed? There have been more classy vintage baby names popping up lately. These old school monikers are harking back to simpler times, and we love it!
Vintage Names for Baby Girls
Giving your daughter a vintage, old school style name is a great way to imbue her future with a sense of class and style. Name trends seem to be coming and going faster than ever, but the classics are classics for a reason.
Addie: Meaning Noble and the youngest of siblings.
Alexis: A Greek name and meaning to defend or help.
Alice: A german derived name meaning ‘Noble One”.
Alyce: A version of “Alice”, Noble One.
Amber: An Arabic name, A type of jewel.
Annie: To be Gracious or with grace.
April: A Latin name used for the 4th month of the year.
Audra: Variant of the name Audrey, which means “noble strength”.
Aurora: Meaning Dawn, from roman mythology.
Astrid: Comes from an ancient Scandinavian name meaning “beautiful or beloved god”.
Betsy: A form of Elizabeth, meaning ‘God is my oath’.
Betty: A form of Bethany.
Blythe: From a surname that meant “cheerful” in Old English.
Bonnie: Originates from a Scottish word meaning “pretty”.
Callie: Meaning independence.
Candy: Meaning white, pure and sincere.
Celeste: From a Late Latin name that meant “of the sky, heavenly”.
Cecilia: Comes from Roman times, where St Celia was the patron saint of music and musicians.
Charlotte: A derivative of Charles, meaning full grown man.
Cindy: A Derivative of Cynthia.
Clara: Meaning Bright, Clear and Famous
Colette: Meaning ‘Victory of the people’.
Connie: Derivative of Constance.
Cora: Has a meaning from Greek mythology as a byname for Persephone.
Corinne: Meaning ‘Victory over the wreath’ from greek mythology.
Darla: A variant of Darling.
Dahlia: A flower, named for a Swedish botanist.
Deidre: Meaning young girl and no fear.
Dorothy: Means “gift of god”, this name was made famous in the Wizard of Oz.
Edith: Meaning Prosperity and fortune.