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5 Letter Girl Names: 75 Cute, Unique & Beautiful Options

Are you looking for a beautiful, cute or unique five letter girl name?

If you answered yes then you’ve definitely come to the right place, because we’ve got 75 stunning options for you to choose from!

Choosing a name can be hard at the best of times, but if you’ve got a set number of letters that you’re aiming for, it can be even more challenging.

So to help you out, and to go with our list of the best 3 letter, 4 letter, 6 letter and 7 letter girl names, we’ve created a list of 75 cute, unique and beautiful 5 letter girl names to choose from.

Girl Names With 5 Letters

From 5 letter girl names that start with a, all the way through to v, take inspiration from our awesome and extensive list below:

  1. Abbey
  2. Alice
  3. Alpha
  4. Annie
  5. Apple
  6. Arden
  7. Arial
  8. Avril
  9. Bella
  10. Belle
  11. Blair
  12. Blake
  13. Brett
  14. Brynn
  15. Carey
  16. Casey
  17. Chloe
  18. Coral
  19. Corey
  20. Daisy
  21. Diana
  22. Doris
  23. Dylan
  24. Eliza
  25. Ellen
  26. Emily
  27. Faith
  28. Fleur
  29. Flora
  30. Freya
  31. Grace
  32. Hazel
  33. Helen
  34. India
  35. Irene
  36. Jamie
  37. Jodie
  38. Jules
  39. Julie
  40. Katie
  41. Kylie
  42. Laura
  43. Layla
  44. Leigh
  45. Lexus
  46. Lilly
  47. Lucie
  48. Lynne
  49. Mabel
  50. Maria
  51. Marie
  52. Nancy
  53. Naomi
  54. Nicky
  55. Norah
  56. Olive
  57. Paige
  58. Paris
  59. Pearl
  60. Petra
  61. Poppy
  62. Raven
  63. Rayne
  64. Reese
  65. Renee
  66. Riley
  67. River
  68. Rosie
  69. Ryder
  70. Sadie
  71. Sandy
  72. Tanya
  73. Unity
  74. Venus
  75. Vogue

Tips For Choosing A Good 5 Letter Girl Name

I really hope this list is a valuable and inspiring resource in your naming journey, and that there are at least a few names that you love!

If you are really struggling to choose a name you love, here are some additional tips and nuggets of advice:

  1. Many parents say the naming process takes time, so do not feel discouraged if you are finding it challenging to make a decision.
  2. A great way to begin is to create a list of all the names you like. For now, keep the list as big as you wish.
  3. Once you have created a list of names you like, begin eliminating some based on whether there are others on the list that you prefer. By being as ruthless as you can, you will hopefully narrow down to your top four or five favorites.
  4. Next up, say the potential name and your child’s surname aloud to get a sense of how they sound together.
  5. Don’t forget to check that the initials of the names don’t spell anything rude – if they do you’ll be very glad you did this quick check!
  6. If you feel like you are hitting a brick wall, try taking a break for a few days and then come back to the process again once your mind is fresher.
  7. And finally, remember that you don’t necessarily have to decide on your baby’s name before they are born. So if you have several potential names on your shortlist, you may want to wait until after your daughter is born, because by seeing her in the flesh you may be swayed towards one name over any others because it might suit her better!

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Tori is mama to 3 year old Isabella and co-founder of Rockinbaby. She has a BSc in Psychology, is a certified yoga teacher and is a working mom. In her free time Tori loves cooking delicious foods and baked treats, entertaining and working out. Learn more about Tori here.

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