10 Baby Girl Names Inspired By Movie Titles
If you’re a big movie fan (we know we are!) it won’t be that obvious that you’re naming your little girl after one of your favourite movies.
Just try not to be too adventurous, as Cinderella doesn’t really fit well with many surnames.
Why not try these 10 baby girl names inspired by movie titles:
Alice in Wonderland, a magical movie about a girl rediscovering her friends from the magical Wonderland. The Celtic Meaning for Alice is “noble”.
Matilda, based on the Roald Dahl book, might have been my favourite movie when growing up. Realising she has the power of telekinesis, she uses it to defend her friends from all the bullies in the film. Great movie, great name for your little girl.
Inspired by Mary Poppins, this makes for a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious name! Meaning “wished-for child” in Hebrew, this might be the best name for your little girl.
Based on a part of the iconic Hollywood actress’ life, My Week With Marilyn, is not only a great movie, it also makes for a great name for your little girl.
Not only a movie title, but Erin Brokovich is a strong woman who, despite her lack of formal education in the law, was instrumental in building a case against the Pacific Gas and Electric Company of California back in 1993. The Gaelic meaning for Erin means “peace” or is a poetic name for Ireland.
If you’re a foodie or just love to eat (who doesn’t?) and love the movie Julie & Julia, Julie is such a lovely name for a little girl. The Latin meaning for Julie is “young”.
And you thought we forgot about the other gem in the title Julie & Julia? Julia means “youthful” in French.
The Kate Hudson movie, Raising Helen, got some mixed reviews, but to us it was a great movie about struggling with sudden change and coming to terms with different roles in your family. In Latin Helen means “most beautiful woman in the world”. Well, that’s certainly who your little girl will grow up to be.
The movie Elizabeth is a biographical drama about the Queen Elizabeth I’s ascendency to the throne. It’s also one of the most frequently used names in England.
Based on Stephen King’s horror novel, the movie Carrie can be quiet scary. But not to worry as Carrie makes for a beautiful name, and is also the name of Andie MacDowell's character in Four Weddings And A Funeral. It is an abbreviation of Carol or Caroline, which also makes for beautiful names.