Avatar Names for Girls – Cute & Cool

Looking for some fun, cool and unique virtual world avatar names? Look no more! Here is our collection of good avatar names for your virtual character. This list is of girl avatar names only. If you’re looking for boys names, check out this list.

If you like to play virtual life games like IMVU, Second Life, SmallWorlds and others – you definitely need an awesome avatar name. We scouted for ideas all over the internet, and here are the best avatar names that we found. Enjoy!


Ailwynn – variant of old English name Alvin and it means “friend, elf or supernatural being”

Alaia – happy and joyful in Basque

Alexi Blackfield – defender of mankind.

Alisa Nash – a motivator and outgoing

Alora – Means “dreamer” in African origins, perfect for a whimsical and imaginative avatar.

Aludra – Means “virgin” in Arabic, a star name, perfect for a character with celestial and pure qualities.

Amaris – Meaning “child of the moon” in Old Spanish, perfect for a mystical character.

Amy Applestem – beloved or dearly loved.

Anjali – Sanskrit for “gift,” perfect for a character who is a blessing to those around them.

Antoinette Fleming – affectionate and good at getting people to have fun.

Anouk – A Greenlandic name meaning “polar bear,” fitting for a strong and resilient character.

Anwen – Welsh for “very beautiful”

Aoife – pronounced as ee-fa; from Gaelic word aoibh meaning “beauty” and there was an Irish legend warrior princess with the same name

Araceli – Spanish for “altar of the sky,” suitable for a character with a divine or heavenly connection.

Araluen – An Aboriginal word for “water lilies,” ideal for a character connected with nature and beauty.

Ariahi – A unique name suggesting a melodious and enchanting character.

Arielle – Represents a lion of God, for a character with strength and courage.

Aruzhan – it is known as “beautiful soul” in Kazakh

Asmara – Means “love” in Indonesian, suitable for a character with a loving and passionate heart.

Astara – Inspired by the spring equinox and starry skies, ideal for a character connected with nature and cosmos.

Astra – Represents the stars, suitable for a celestial-themed character.

Auriel – Means “gold” in Latin, suitable for a character with a radiant and precious nature.

Avalon – Mythical island, ideal for a character with legendary qualities.

Ava Hanson – social and with great people skills.

Aviana – Inspired by birds, ideal for a character who symbolizes freedom and grace.

Aveline – French for “hazelnut,” indicating a character that is earthy and nurturing.

Aysel – Turkish for “moon flood,” fitting for a character with a deep and mysterious persona.

Ayaka – Japanese elements for aya “color” and ka for “petal or flower”

Aylín – refers to “moon halo” in Turkish

Ayanna Frostjewel – beautiful flower

Azenor – A Breton name with mythical connotations, fitting for a character shrouded in legend.

Azure – Signifies the blue color, perfect for a calm and serene avatar.

Azzurra – Italian for “blue sky”


Bali – After the Indonesian island, ideal for a character with a serene and exotic charm.

Basilica – Refers to a grand and historic building, suitable for a character with a regal and imposing presence.

Basma – “smile” in Arabic

Bastienne – A name that suggests strength and resilience, perfect for a determined character.

Belinda – Derived from Italian “bella” meaning “beautiful,” ideal for a character with grace and charm.

Belladonna – Meaning “beautiful lady” in Italian, suitable for a character with a dangerous yet attractive quality.

Bellatrix – Latin for “warrior,” suitable for a strong and fearless character.

Bellona – Roman goddess of war, perfect for a character with a fierce and battle-ready spirit.

Belphoebe – A name from Spencer’s “The Faerie Queene,” perfect for a character that is as beautiful as they are deadly.

Berenice – Ancient Greek name that brings victory.

Bébinn – in Irish mythology, means “my fair lady”; pronounced as BAY-vin

Betty Bean – likes to be the center of attention.

Beverly Katz – a born leader, outspoken and assertive.

Bianca – Italian for “white,” perfect for a character with a pure and innocent nature.

Bijal – An Indian name meaning “lightning,” suitable for a character with a powerful and energetic personality.

Bijou – also known as “jewel” in French

Bijoux – French for “jewels,” suitable for a character with a luxurious and elegant demeanor.

Bliss – Perfect for a character that embodies joy and happiness.

Blissany – A unique blend of “bliss” and “sanity,” suitable for a character who brings joy and balance.

Blodeuyn – this is “flower” in Welsh

Boreal – Referring to the northern regions, perfect for a character associated with cold and mystery.

Borealys – A play on “aurora borealis,” ideal for a character with a magical and ethereal presence.

Borealis – Referring to the northern lights, ideal for a character with a mysterious and captivating aura.

Bracken Saturnglow – a trouble maker fairy that lives where curling ferns and bracken grow.

Brandi Boyer – resourceful, intellectually quick, and creative.

Branwen – popularized by a character from the Second Branch of Mabinogi and she’s known to be the daughter of Llŷr and Penarddun.

Brenaye – people with this name are said to be creative, sensitive and have idealistic qualities

Brenna – Gaelic for “little drop of water,” ideal for a character who is essential and life-giving.

Breeshey – this is Bridget in Manx form which means “exalted one”

Briar Moonwitch – messenger of the moon goddess.

Brielle – French, meaning “hunting ground,” ideal for a character who is adventurous and skillful.

Brigid – Named after the Celtic goddess of fire, suitable for a character with a fiery and passionate spirit.

Briseis – From Greek mythology, fitting for a character with a tragic and beautiful story.

Brîska – Kurdish for “glitter”

Bronte – Means “thunder” in Greek, suitable for a character with a powerful and commanding presence.

Blythe – Means “free spirit” and “happy,” suitable for a character with a carefree and joyful demeanor.

Brynhild – From Norse mythology, perfect for a valiant and heroic character.

Bryony – Refers to a wild climbing vine, suitable for a character with a wild and untamed nature.

Buttercup Beamdancer – bringer of light and enlightenment.


Calfuray – Mapuche, Native American word which means “violet”, a type of flower

Calanthe – pronounced as kə-LAN-thee, “beautiful flower” from Greek word, kalos “beautiful” and anthos “flower”

Caoilfhionn – pronounced as KEE-lin from Irish words caol for “slender” and fionn for “fair”

Casey Mcbride – popular and warm-hearted.

Ceinwen – is a Welsh name, derived from two words – cain means “lovely” and gwen for “blessed, fair and white”

Chalchiuhticue – from Toltec Mythology and known as an Aztec goddess of rivers and water. “Jade skirt” in Nahuati.

Chinatsu – cute for anime names since it’s from Japanese’s two elements – chi “thousand” and natsu for “summer”; script form 千夏

Ciara Waters – loyalist, loving, and altruistic.

Cloud Mistyrock – a name for someone who lived near an outcrop or hill.

Clytemenestra – taken from a name of a Greek mythology character who was Agamemnon’s wife during the Trojan war.

Czeslawa – Slavic words chest “honor” and slav for “glory”; feminine form of Czeslaw from


Dey Dayfreeze – “dey” is the title given to rulers of the states of Tunis and Tripoli before the French conquest in 1830.

Diantha – from a flower dianthus and means “heavenly flower” in Greek

Dragica – it has a Slavic element dorgu which means “precious”

Dzvezda – Macedonian word for “star”

Dulcibella – medieval spelling was Dowsabel and revived in the 18th century to its Latin form Dulcibella, meaning dulcis for “sweet” and bella for “pretty”

Deirbhile – 6th century saint had this name; Gaelic form is der “daughter” and file “poet”, which makes it “daughter of poet” if you combine the word

Dìlay – Turkish word for “beautiful moon”

Dilshad – “cheerful, happy heart” in Persian


Ece – pronounced as e-JE and it means “queen” in Turkish

Eirian – Welsh for “”beautiful. bright”

Eidel – “delicate” in Yiddish

Elfleda –  Old English name Æðelflæd meaning “noble beauty” from the words æðel for “noble” and flæd for “beauty”

Ellie Curtis – a person who put the needs of others over their own.

Ember Heartwitch – a fairy that casts love spells.

Emily Ryan – fun-loving and people-oriented.

Endzela – Georgian for “snowdrop”

Enfys –  “rainbow” in Welsh

Estiñne – variant of “Esti” which means “honey, sweet” in Basque

Eumelia – is Ancient Greek for “melody”


Fayruz – “turquoise”, a gemstone in Arabic or Persian origin

Fen Willowtree – a fairy that casts weird dreams.

Fidget Willowfly – named after a pixie who lives near poisonous toadstools in rotting woodlands.

Fioralba – it is a combined Italian word for fiore meaning “flower” and alba for “dawn”.

Flutura – Albanian word for “butterfly”

Fereshteh – “angel” in Persian

Freyja – “lady” from Old Norse; goddess  of love and beauty from Norse mythology

Fruitpip Icefly – she brings justice to the wronged and protects the vulnerable.

Funda – Turkish for “heather”, a common name for various plants such as Calluna vulgaris, Erica, Cassiope, and Ericaceae

Furaha – Swahili form of “happiness, joy”

Funanya – is used in Western Africa, particularly Igbo and it means “love”


Gamze – cute word for “dimple” in Turkish

Garbi – Basque for “pure, clean”

Gem Whiteshadow – refers to a gemstone.

Gentle Catwand – watches over small animals.

Gentle Rainbowshimmer – bringer of good fortune.

Ghaliya – Arabic form of “precious”

Gioia – pronounced as JO-yah which is “joy” in Italian

Grażyna – Polish name pronounced as grah-ZHI-nah and also means “beautiful” in Lithuanian

Gwenola – French and British origins, meaning white and happy

Gwyneira – combined with two Welsh words gwyn meaning “blessed, fair, white ” and  eira for “snow” which makes it “white snow”

Ghoncheh  – it is described as a “flower bud” in Persian


Haf – “summer” in Welsh

Hala – other word for “halo around the moon” in Arabic

Hande – radiant Turkish meaning “to smile”

Haneul – Korean word meaning “heaven, sky”

Haukea – “white snow” is combined Hawaiian words hau for “snow” and kea meaning “white”

Hazel Icefrost – this pixie lives in places tainted and hexed by black magic. Wears rose petals, black feathers and has icy blue butterfly wings.

Heather Courtney – group oriented and sociable.

Heulwen – a unique Welsh name for “sunshine”

Hila – it is called “halo” in Hebrew

Hoshi – is a Japanese word for “star”


Idril – is a character’s name from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book, Silmarillion, a daughter of king of Gondolin; in Sindari it also means “sparkle brilliance”

Inanna – pronounced as i-NAH-na; Sumerian origin meaning “lady of the sky”

Indar – “beautiful” for Indonesian

Indu – Sanskrit for “bright drop”

Ione –  can be pronounced in three various forms “ie-O-nee, IE-o-nee, or ie-ON “; sea nymph has this same name in Greek mythology;  “violet flower” from Greek ιον (ion)

Ivančica – simple pretty flower “daisy” in Croatian

Ixchel –  goddess of medicine, moon and earth from the Mayan mythology and it also means “rainbow lady”

Izumi – it is “spring or fountain” in Japanese


Jamillah – feminine form of Jamilmeaning “beautiful” in Arabic

Jemima – Hebrew for the bird “dove”

Julia Mckay – friendly and likes to lead.

Juniper Startree – a magical creature that grants wishes.

Juturna – known to be from a Roman mythology goddess of springs and fountains

Juvela – it is “jewel-like” in Esperanto

Jyotsna – popular Sanskrit word for “moonlight”

Jyrgal – is a name that can be used for both male and female and it means “happiness” in Kyrgyz

Jessamyn – variant spelling of jasmine, a flower known for producing perfume


Kalliope – a Greek mythology goddess of epic poetry’ and it means “beautiful voice”

Kalysta – derived from Greek name, variant for Calista and a feminine form of Callistus meaning “most beautiful”

Kanani – Hawaiian for “the beauty”

Kandaĵa – it is a sweet Esperanto word meaning “made of candy”

Kaur – it is used as middle name or surname of most female Sikhs; this is “princess” in Punjabi

Katie Franklin – sensitive and quietly forceful.

Kerensa – Cornish for the word “love”

Kerri Mccullough – idealistic, reflective, quiet.

Kiku – “chrysanthemum” flower in Japanese

Květa – is a Slavic name derived from the Czech word kvye meaning “blossom, flower”


Lærke – pronounced as LAIR-keh, a feminine Danish name coming the songbird’s name “lark”

Lale – Turkish and Persian origin (Lalleh or Lalla) for “tulip”

Lamia – “radiant, shining” in Arabic

Lana Mcclain – loner, and an observer.

Lara Clarke – familiar with the dark side. Creative and smart.

Laura Stardale – favorable and symbol of victory and honor.

Lela Kaiser – extremely loyal and mentally quick.

Lesleigh – variant of Leslie and maybe derived from Gaelic leas celyn which means “garden of holly”

Llewella – feminine form of a Welsh name Llywellyn from the combined name of  the gods Lugus “light” and Belenus “brilliant, bright”

Lilavati – “charming, amusing, and playful” in Sanskrit

Linnaea – is a rare English word used for a type of flower called “twinflower”

Ljiljana – Croatian and Serbian word, also derived from South Slavic, meaning “lily”

Lola Caldwell – determined, independent, and analytical.

Loxy – it means loving.


Madelief – means “daisy” and derived from Dutch madeliefje

Maeve Austin – reserved and quiet.

Makena – Kikuyu or Eastern African “happy one”

Malai – Thai for “garland of flowers”

Malaika – plural form of “angels” in Arabic, singular is Malak

Malati – named after the flower “jasmine” in Sansrkit

Malina – used in languages like Serbian, Polish and Bulgarian for “raspberry”; pronounced as mah-LEE-nah

Malka – feminine given name in Hebrew for “queen”

Manami – it’s a combination of Japanese words 愛 (mana) for “affection, love”  海 (mi) “sea, ocean” or 美 (mi) “beautiful”

Manjula – Sanskrit for “beautiful, lovely”

Margaux – pronounced as mar-GO; variant of Margot and short French form of Margaret meaning “pearl”

Marita – Scandinavian form of Margaret from μαργαριτης  or margarites, a Greek word which means “pearl”

Marjolaine – French for “marjoram”,  a minty-herb undershrub with citrus flavors and sweet pine

Maude James – conscientious and kind.

Maxene – variant of Maxine, a female form of Maximus, meaning “greatest”

Mavourneen – “my darling”, based from the Irish phrase mo mhúirnín

Maya Maxwell – very perceptive of other’s feelings.

Mayme Tuttle – private and polite.

Melusine – from an interesting European folklore of a water fairy who turns into a dirrent form every Satuday; meaning of name unknown


Naira – “big eyes” in Aymara and Quechua

Nawra – a lovely Arabic name for “blossom, flower”

Nayeli – Zapotec for “i love you”

Nephele – “cloudy” in Greek and according to the legend, Nephele was created and shaped like Hera by Zeus.

Nettle Pepperfly – named after a fairy who likes to play tricks on old folk and small children.

Niviarshaq – name of variety of flowers that in Greenland; meaning “girl” in Greenlandic

Nizhoni – from Native American or Navajo which means “beautiful”

Nkosazana – is “princess” in South American or Xhosa

Noor Riddle – timid and conscientious.

North Snowfrost – bringer of peace between enemies.

Nyx – mysterious Greek name for “night”


Océane – pronounced as oh-say-AHN, is a French given name from the word ocean

Olive Crowe – faithful and loyal.

Olive Willowglitter – this name was taken from a fairy that can only be seen in the light of a shooting star.

Olwyn – variant of Olwen meaning “white footprint”

Orabela – Esperanto for “golden beautiful”

Órfhlaith – combination of two Irish words ór for “gold” and flaith for “princess” forming into “golden princess”

Ourania – one of the nine muses in Greek mythology, goddess of astronomy and astrology; variant of Urania; means “heavenly”

Oenone – is known to be a mountain nymph, in Greek mythology, who was first married to Paris of Troy before he left her for Helen of Sparta; meaning is “wine”

Orsolya – Hungarian form of Ursula; meaning “little bear”


Parisa – is “like a fairy” in Persian

Pembe – Turkish for “pink”

Peony – pronounced as PEE-ə-nee; English word for a type of flower with healing powers

Petal Goblinfly – bringer of wealth and riches.

Phaedra – daughter of Minos in Greek mythology; means “bright”

Philomel – pronounced as FIL-ə-mel; used in poetry to signify the bird “nightingale”

Prairie Snowsong – plain grassy land or from the flatlands

Pranvera – means “spring” and based from Albanian pranverë

Preeti – variant spelling of Priti meaning “love, joy” in Sanskrit

Primrose – is a rare English given name, it is a type of flower and derived from the Latin word prima rosa meaning “first rose”


Qamar – can be used as a masculine or feminine name, it means “moon” in Arabic

Qiu – Chinese word of “autumn”

Quinn – decendant of Conn meaning “chief” in Irish Gaelic

Quinn Swanson – serious, and sensitive.

Quintella – feminine diminutive of Quintus

Quý – “precious” in Vietnamese


Rain Cornweb – a magical creature that creates bounty and harvest.

Raizy Spence – quiet and kind.

Ramylia – derived from a Hindu girl name Ramya, meaning ‘Beautiful, Elegant’

Raya – resembles a theme of Ottoman Empire

Rayla – Black Rayla or White Rayla, a character in The Witcher game

Raine – famous bearer of this name is Raine Spencer, a British socialite in 1929; probably based on the French word reine for “queen”

Raven Queenheart – clever mind and serious-minded.

Rosalva – variant of Rosalba, meaning “white rose” in Italian

Ryleigh – female variant of Riley; meaning unknown

Robin Berry – enjoys the present moment.

Roshni – Persian word for “luster, brilliance”


Safira – “like a sapphire” in Esperanto”

Sakura – is a Japanese word for “cherry blossom” and it’s also a combined word of 咲 (saku) for “blossom” and 良 (ra) meaning “good”

Sayen – it is called “lovely, sweet” in Mapuche

Sandhya – “twilight” in Sanskrit

Sarai – Biblical Hebrew for “my princess” and the original spelling of Sarah’s name in the bible’s Old Testament before God change it in the book of Genesis

Seraphina – from a Latin name Seraphinus that originated from Hebrew means “fiery ones” and derived from the biblical word seraphim, an angel with six wings.

Sheelagh – variant of Shiela coming from its root Irish form Cecilia whose named after a legendary martyr and a patron saint of music and musicians.

Sheena Watts – prefers solitude and tends to sit back and observe.

Sheryl Hyde – a planner and a perfectionist.

Shiphrah – Hebrew name meaning “beautiful”

Star Prettycloud – a luminous sphere of gas.

Suri Shafer – thorough, detail-oriented, and clean.

Sydney Stafford – a serious person with loner tendencies.


Tahti – rare Finish name meaning “star”

Takara – Japanese for “precious”

Tahnee – variant of Tawny; derived from French word tané meaning “light brown”

Talitha – this is an Aramaic word taken from the bible to describe a “little girl”

Talya – “dew from God” in Hebrew

Tess Cottonbelle – it means reap or to harvest.

Tiwlip – this is a modern Welsh name which means “tulip”

Tsubaki – a type of flower called “camellia” in Japanese

Tündér – Hungarian word for “fairy”

Twyla – variant of Twila; probably came from the word twilight or could be from the French word etoile meaning “star”; exact meaning unknown


Udane – based from Basque uda meaning “summer”

Uliana – this is the Russian version for Juliana

Úna – from Irish uan meaning “lamb” and the alternative spellings are Oonagh and Oona

Urška – Slovene diminutive of Ursula which is derived from the Latin word Ursa meaning “she-bear”

Uxía – pronounced as oo-SHEE-a; this is Eugenia in Galicia form, whereas Eugenia is a feminine form of Eugenius or Eugene meaning “well born”


Valeska – shortened German name for Valeria and also from Slavic origin meaning “splendid leader”

Varduji – “rose lady” for Armenian

Vesa – Albanian word for “dew”

Vesela – based on a South Slavic word for vesel meaning “cheerful”

Viatrix – this is an earlier form of Beatrix which is a female version of Viator for “traveler or voyager” ans was later altered by Christians to the Latin word beatus meaning “blessed”

Viorica – Romanian word for a flower called “blue bell”

Višnja – “sour cherry” in Croatian and Serbian


Wafiya  – is a feminine form of and Arabic name Wafi meaning “trustworthy”

Wakana – based on a combined Japanese combined word 和 (wa) for “harmony” and 奏 (kana) for “play music”

Werknesh – Amharic for “you are gold”

Wren – derived from Old English wrenna meaning “small songbird”

Wynter – variant for Winter which is an English word for the season


Xanthe – from the minor figures in Greek mythology and comes from the Greek word  ξανθος or xanthos which means “fair hair” or “yellow”

Xiu – “elegant, beautiful” in Chinese

Xochiquetzal – name of a goddess of  flowers, beauty and love from Aztec and Toltec Mythology; in Nahuati it’s called “flower feather”

Xuân – Sino-Vietnamese for “spring”

Xue –  “snow” in Chinese

Xylia – possibly from a Greek word ξυλον or xylon meaning “of the forest”


Ya – same as Xiu, this one also means “elegant” in Chinese

Yaara – Hebrew for “honeysuckle” or “honeycomb”

Yaffa – comes from a Hebrew word יָפֶה or yafeh which means “beautiful”

Yakira – “precious” is Hebrew

Yasmeen – other spelling of a Persian name Yasmin from the English word, jasmine, a flower used in making perfume which is also derived from a Persian name yasamen

Yeşim – Turkish for “jade”

Yuki –  it’s either 雪 “snow” or 幸 “happiness” in Japanese


Zahra – Arabic for “bright, brilliant”

Zhaleh – is a Persian given name known as “beautiful dew” or “morning dew”

Zinnia – originated from the German anatomist and botanist Johann Gottfried Zinn, who named the flower after him.

Zita – comes from an Italian patron saint and it also “little girl” in Tuscan Italian

Ziv – is a name that can be used for both male and female meaning “radiant, bright” in Hebrew

Zornitsa – Bulgarian word for “morning star”

Zuleika – female given name in Persia meaning “brilliant beauty”

Zvjezdana – pronounced as ZVYEZ-dah-nah;  based on a Croatian word zvijezda meaning “star”

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