Classic Film Girl Names
If you’re looking for a unique name for your baby girl, why not look to classic films for inspiration? Here are 100 girl names inspired by some of the most iconic movies of all time. So take a look, and see if one of these beautiful names is perfect for your little one.
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These are the some of the most popular girl names inspired by classic films:
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with A
- Alex – from Greek origin – meaning defending man. Alex Kingston starred in the movie Alpha dog.
- Ali – of Swahili origin – meaning supreme, exalted. Ali MacGraw won a Golden Globe for her performance in Goodbye Columbus.
- Alison – Scottish origin – meaning noble. Alison Doody played in Major League II.
- Allison – of Scottish origin – meaning noble. Allison Janney played in Primary Colors.
- Andie – of Greek origin – meaning strong or manly. Andi MacDowell made her film debut in Grey Stroke.
- Andy – of Greek origin – meaning manlike or brave. Andy Carmichael was a character in the famous movie, The Goonies.
- Ann – of Hebrew, English origin – meaning grace. Ann Darrow is a main character in King Kong.
- Ariel – of Hebrew origin – meaning lion of God. The classic movie Ariel the Disney princess.
- Audrey – of English origin – meaning noble strength. Audrey Hepburn was a talented actress and dancer who starred in the classic Breakfast at Tiffanys.
- Ava – of Persian, Latin origin – meaning voice or sound. Few golden age stars are more memorable than Ava Gardner; her debut film was The Killers.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with B
- Barbra – of Latin origin – meaning foreign woman. Barbra Streisand is one of the world’s most famous singers and stars who starred in Meet the Fockers.
- Bardot – of French origin – meaning French surname. French actress, singer, and model Brigitte Bardot starred in the 1973 film Don Juan.
- Bette – of Hebrew origin – meaning pledge to God. Bette Davis is an iconic Hollywood star. She won two Oscars in her lifetime and played in the 1939 film Dark Victory.
- Betty – of Hebrew origin – meaning pledge to God. Betty White best known for her role in Golden Girls, also played the grandma in the movie The Proposal.
- Brigitte – of French origin – meaning strength or exalted one. Brigitte Bardot, French actress, one of her most notable films was The Private Life.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with C
- Carole – of German origin – meaning – free man. Feminine version of Carl. Carole Lombard noted for her off beaten energetic roles such as My Man Godfrey.
- Caroline – of French origin – meaning free man. Caroline McWIlliams played in the popular 1990s film Mermaids.
- Chris – of Greek origin – meaning Christian. Chris Noel was known for her appearances in beach party movies. She is known for her role in the Soldier in the Rain
- Cindy – of Greek origin – meaning light. Cindy Williams an American actress and producer, nominated for best actress in a supporting role in American Graffiti.
- Claire – of French origin – meaning bright, clear. Claire Trever appeared in 65 feature films. Winning an academy award for best supporting actress in her role in Key Largo.
- Clara – of Latin origin – meaning bright or famous. Clara Bow earned her fame during the silent film era. She starred in silent films such as Mantrap and Wings.
- Claudette – of French origin – meaning lame. Claudette Colbert won her Oscar for It Happened One Night.
- Corey – of Irish origin – meaning from the hollow. Isabell Corey started modeling in Paris and is known for her role in It Happened in Rome.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with D
- Daisy – of English origin – meaning day´s eye. Daisy Buchanan, a fictional character in the Great Gatsby.
- Deborah – of Hebrew origin – meaning bee. Deborah Kerr a British actress. She won a Golden Globe award for her performance in The King and I.
- Diane – of French origin – meaning divine. Diane Ladd achieved her fame as a wisecracking waitress Flo in the feature classic Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore.
- Dorothy – of English, Greek origin – meaning gift of God. The famous Dorothy Gale the main character in the Wizard of Oz.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with E
- Eleanor – of Greek origin – meaning light. Eleanor Powell was once titled the World’s Greatest Tap Dancer. Starring in the 1936 film, Born to Dance.
- Eliza – of Hebrew origin – meaning pledged to God. Eliza Doolittle was the main star in the movie My Fair Lady, 1964.
- Elizabeth – of Hebrew origin – meaning God is my oath. Elizabeth Taylor was the quintessential movie star. She starred in the 1936 classic movie Cleopatra.
- Emmy – of Latin origin – meaning work, universal.
- Eva – of Hebrew origin – meaning life. Eva Gabor is known for being the voice of Miss. Bianca on The Rescuers.
- Eve – of Hebrew origin – meaning life. Eve Kendall starred in the 1959 movie North by Northwest.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with F
- Fay – of French origin – meaning fairy. Fay Wray was best remembered for her role as Ann Darrow in King Kong.
- Frances – of Latin origin – meaning from France; free man. Frances Farmer starred in the 1940’s film Flowing Gold.
- Francis – of Latin origin – meaning from France; free man. Kay Francis one of the most glamorous stars in the 1930s, starring in the film Trouble in Paradise.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with G
- Ginger – of English origin – meaning pep, liveliness. Ginger Rogers, well known for her iconic dance scenes with Fred Astaire in films like Shall We Dance and Top Hat.
- Gloria – of Latin origin – meaning glory. Gloria Grahame starred in the 1955 musical Oklahoma!
- Grace – of Latin origin – meaning charm. Grace Kelly went from Hollywood royalty to real-life royalty when she married the Prince of Monaco. Grace won an Oscar for Dial M for Murder.
- Greer – of Latin origin – meaning alert, watchful. Greer Garson received seven Academy Award nominations, winning her performance in the title role Mrs. Miniver.
- Greta – of Greek origin – meaning pearl. Greta Garbo was a Swedish-American actress who personified glam. In 1928 she starred in A Women of Affairs which made her MGM’s highest box office star.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with H
- Harlow – of English origin – meaning rock hill, army hill. Jean Harlow was an American actress known for her bad girl roles. Starred in the 1930 film Hell’s Angels.
- Hayward – of Anglo – Saxon origin – meaning guardian of the hedged enclosure. Susan Hayward best known for her portrayals of women based on true stories. Won an Academy Award for best actress nomination in Smash- Up – The Story of a Woman.
- Heather – of British origin – meaning evergreen, flowering plant. Heather Sears played in the 1962 The Phantom of the Opera.
- Hedy – of Greek and Latin origins -means delightful and sweet. Actress Hedy Lemarr was an Austrian-born American film actress and inventor. Samson and Deliah was her number one film in 1949.
- Helen – of Greek origin – meaning light. Helen Hayes won two Oscars during her career. She starred in the movie Arrowsmith.
- Holly – of English origin – meaning holy day. Holly Golighty played by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with I
- Ilsa – of Dutch origin – meaning pledge to God. Isla Lund is played by Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca.
- Ingrid – of Old Norse origin – meaning Ing was the god of earth’s fertility. Ingrid Bergman is the classic actress who played the main character Ilsa in Casablanca.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with J
- Janet – of English origin – meaning God’s gracious gift. Janet Gaynor won the first Academy Award for Best Actress in 1929. Starring in A Star is Born.
- Janey – of English origin – meaning God is gracious. Janey Briggs the main character in Not Another Teen Movie.
- Jayne – of Hebrew origin- meaning God is gracious. An alternative to Jane. Jayne Mansfield was a Playboy Playmate. Known for her role in Olly, Olly, Oxen Free.
- Jean – of English and Scottish origin – meaning God is gracious.Jean Arthur was an American broadway and film actress who started her career in silent films. She starred in the 1939 movie Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
- Joan – of English origin – meaning God is gracious. Joan Crawford was an American Actress who won an Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Mildred Pierce.
- Jojo – of English origin – meaning full of high inspirations. Jojo Levesque starred in the movie Aquamarine.
- Josephine – of French origin – meaning Jehovah increases. Josephine Baker was the first African American woman to star in a major motion picture, Siren of the Tropics.
- Judy – of Hebrew origin – meaning a woman from Judea. Judy Garland sang her way into our hearts in 1939 in the iconic Wizard of Oz and went on to star in countless musical films.
- Julie – of Latin origin – meaning beautiful, youthful, and vivacious. Julie Andrews was one of the biggest singing stars of the golden age starring in the infamous Sound of Music.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with K
- Kat – of Greek origin – meaning pure. Kat Dennings played in the 40 Year Old Virgin.
- Kate – of English origin – meaning pure. Kate Beckinsale starred in the film The Underworld.
- Katharine – of Greek origin – meaning pure. Katharine Hepburn is Hollywood royalty. She won four Oscars in her lifetime, one being Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with L
- Lana – of Slavic origin – meaning light. Lana Turner earned her fame as a pin-up model and actress. The best Lana turner movie of all time was The Postman Always Rings Twice.
- Lauren – of French origin – meaning wisdom or the laurel plant. Lauren Bacall was named the 20th greatest female star of classic cinema. Her landmark movie was To Have and Have Not in 1944.
- Lillian – of Latin origin – meaning Lilly. Lillian Gish was called the first lady of American cinema. Her film Intolerance was one of her most famous silent films.
- Lina – of German origin – meaning tender. Lina Lamont was the main antagonist in Singin’ in the Rain.
- Linda – a Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian word name meaning pretty. Linda Lamont, most famous in her cult classic role in the film Night Tide.
- Loretta – of English origin – meaning bay laurel. Loretta Young started acting as a child. She won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the movie The Farmer’s Daughter.
- Lorraine – of French origin – meaning from the province of Lorraine. Lorraine Miller is best known for her appearance in the 1945 film The White Gorilla.
- Louise – of French and English origin – meaning renowned warrior. Regarded as an icon of the Jazz Age and flapper culture. She is best known for her role in Pandora’s Box.
- Lucy – of English, Latin origin – meaning light. Lucy Warriner was the main character in The Awful Truth.
- Luise – of German origin – meaning famous warrior. Luise Raynor is known for her role in The Great Ziegfeld.
- Lynne – a Spanish, Portuguese and Italian word name – meaning pretty. Lynne Fredrick was an actress, film producer, and model. She played in the 1972 The Amazing Mr. Bluden.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with M
- Mae – of English origin – meaning bitter or pearl. Mae West starred in the film She Done Him Wrong.
- Margo – of French origin – meaning pearl. Margo Channing starred in the 1950’s film All About Eve, 1950.
- Maria – of Hebrew or Egyptian origin – meaning drop of the sea, bitter, or beloved. Maria Vasquez was the main character in the 1961 Broadway Musical film West Side Story.
- Marilyn – of Latin origin – meaning a star of the sea. Marilyn Monroe was the symbol of beauty and style, her most famous role was in the movie Some Like it Hot.
- Marlene – of German origin – form of Mary or Margaret. Marlene Dietrich, whose career spanned seven decades. Marlene starred in Alfred Hitchcock’s Stage Fright.
- Martha – of Aramaic origin – meaning lady. Martha Raye was an American comic actress and singer who was known for the size of her mouth which earned her the nickname The Big Mouth. She played in the 1941 film Hellzapoppin’.
- Molly – of Hebrew origin – meaning bitter. Molly Ringwald is best known for her roles in The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, and Sixteen Candles.
- Monroe – of Scottish origin – meaning mouth of the Roe river. Marilyn Monroe was famous for playing comedic blonde bombshell characters. She was ranked sixth on from American Film Institute on their list of the greatest female screen legends from the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with N
- Natalie – of French origin – meaning birthday of the Lord. Natalie Wood began acting at the age of four and successfully continued through adulthood. Natalie played in the 1947 Miracle on 34th Street.
- Norma – of Latin origin – meaning the standard or normal. Norma Shearer won Best Actress for her role in The Divorcee.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with O
- Olive – of English origin – meaning olive tree. Olive Thomas was an American silent film actress, art and photo model. In 1920 Olive played in her most famous film The Flapper.
- Olivia – of English/Latin origin – meaning peace. Olivia de Havilland was a British – American actress who starred in the Adventures of Robin Hood.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with P
- Paula – of Portuguese origin – meaning small. Paula Prentiss was most famous for her roles in What’s New Pussycat?, Catch-22, The Parallax View, and The Stepford Wives.
- Penny – of English origin – meaning weaver. Penny Singleton was the voice of Jane Jetson in the Jetons. She appeared as the comic-strip heroine in 28 motion pictures.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with R
- Randy – of British origin – meaning shield wolf. Randy Stuart made her film debut with the part she played in The Foxes and Harrow.
- Rita – of Spanish and Greek origin – meaning pearl. Rita Hayworth starred in more than 61 movies during her career. She was best known for her performance in film noir Gilda.
- Rosalind – of Latin origin – meaning pretty rose. Rosalind Russell was best known for her roles playing assertive, witty, independent women. Rosalind made her film debut in 1934 in Evelyn Prentice.
- Rosie – of English origin – meaning rose. Rosie Alverez the main character in the 1963 film Bye Bye Birdie.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with S
- Sally – of English origin – meaning princess. Sally Ann Howes was best known for her role in Truly Scrumptious.
- Samantha – of Hebrew origin – meaning told by God. Samantha Prabhu is an Indian actress making her acting debut in Telugu.
- Sara – of Hebrew origin – meaning princess. Sara Ramierz was born in Mexico and was in the movie You’ve Got Mail.
- Scarlett – of English origin – meaning scarlet/red. Scarlett O’Hara a fictional protagonist character in Gone With the Wind.
- Sheridan – of Irish origin – meaning searcher. Ann Sheridan was best known for her roles in the films San Quentin, Angels with Dirty Faces, and They Drive the Night.
- Shirley – of Old English origin- meaning bright meadow. Shirley Temple was the original kid star! Most famous for her role in Heidi.
- Sloane – of Irish origin – meaning raider. Olive Sloane was an English actress whose film career spanned 40 years. Her most famous appearance was in Seven Days to Noon.
- Sophia – of Greek origin – meaning wisdom. Sophia Loren is the stunning star who won an Oscar in 1962 for La Ciociara.
- Stacy – of Greek origin – meaning resurrection. Stacy Sherman is known for God Sleeps in Rwanda.
- Susan – of Hebrew origin – meaning lili. Susan Vance was the main character in the comedy Bringing Up Baby, 1938.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with T
- Tallulah – of Irish origin – meaning lady of abundance.Tallulah Bankhead appeared in several prominent films, one being Alfred Hitchcock’s Lifeboat.
- Temple – of English origin – dweller near the temple. Shirley Temple Black was an iconic internationally popular child star.
- Tess – of English origin – meaning to harvest. Tess Jean Harper was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her first film Tender Mercies.
- Theda – of Greek origin – meaning give to God. Theda Bara was a silent film and stage actress. She starred in the 1917 film Cleopatra.
- Tierney – the Irish word for lord or master. Gene Tierney was best known for her portrayal of the main character in the film Laura.
- Tracy – of French origin – meaning Thracia. Tracy Lord played in the 1940 film The Philadelphia Story.
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Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with V
- Veronica – of Latin origin – meaning she who brings victory; true image. Veronica Lake best known for her femme fatale roles in films such as Sullivan’s Travels.
- Vivien – of French origin – meaning alive. Vivien Leigh is the iconic star from Gone With the Wind, for which she won her first Oscar, she won her second for A Streetcar Named Desire.
Classic Film Baby Girl Names that Start with Y
- Yvonne – of French origin – meaning yew wood. Yvoone De Carlo was a Canadian American actress who earned her breakthrough role in Salome, Where She Danced in 1945.
Whether you’re looking for a name that nods to your favorite film or one that pays homage to an iconic actress, these 100 girl names inspired by classic films are perfect for you.
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