Greek mythology names can make for a fanciful name for your baby girl. Though some of these names may seem a bit exotic, others you are likely already familiar with.
Greek Mythology Names Beginning With A
Acantha: ə-KAN-thə. "thorn, prickle". A nymph loved by Apollo in Greek legend.
Adrasteia: alternate name of the Greek goddess Nemesis
Aegle: "light, radiance, glory". Several characters in Greek mythology bore this name.
Agaue: "whirlwind". Name of an Amazon warrior.
Aglaia: : ə-GLAY-ə. "splendor, beauty." One of the names of the 3 Greek charities or graces.
Alcippe: "mighty mare." A daughter of Ares in Greek myth.
Alcyone: al-SIE-ə-nee. "kingfisher". A daughter of Aeolus and the wife of Ceyx.
Alecto: "unceasing". One of the Furies.
Alexandra: A Mycenaean epithet of the goddess Hera.
Althea: "healing". The mother of Meleager.
Amalthea: "to soften, to soothe." The goat who nursed Zeus in his infancy.
Andromache: "battle of a man". Wife of Hector.
Andromeda: "to think of a man." Greek princess rescued by Perseus.
Anthea: "flower, blossom." An epithet of the Greek goddess Hera.
Antigone: an-TIG-ə-nee. "against birth." A daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta.
Antiope: "set against." A daughter of Ares and queen of the Amazons.
Aoide: "to sing." The muse of song.
Aphrodite: a-frə-DIE-tee. The Greek goddess of love.
Arachne: ə-RAK-nee. "spider." A mortal woman who beath Athena in a weaving contest.
Arethusa: "to become excellent." A wood nymph.
Ariadne: ah-ree-AHD-ne. "most holy." The daughter of King Minos.
Artemis: AHR-tə-mis. The goddess of the moon and hunting.
Astraea: "star". The goddess of justice and innocence.
Atalanta: "equal in weight." A mortal woman who ran quickly and swore to never marry anyone who could not beat her.
Athena: The goddess of wisdom and warfare.
Atropos: "inevitable, inflexible". One of the three Fates.
Greek Mythology Names Beginning With C
Calliope: kə-LIE-ə-pee. "beautiful voice." A goddess of epic poetry and eloquence.
Callisto: "most beautiful". A wood nymph whom Zeus loved.
Calypso: "she that conceals." A nymph who was in love with Odysseus.
Carme: "to shear". A Cretan goddess of the harvest.
Cassandra: "shining upon man." A Trojan princess.
Cassiopeia: ka-see-ə-PEE-ə. The wife of Cepheus and the mother of Andromeda.
Chloe: KLO-ee. "green shoot". An epithet of the Greek goddess Demeter.
Chloris: "green." A minor goddess of vegetation.
Circe: A sorceress who changed Odysseus's crew into hogs.
Clytemnestra: klie-təm-NES-trə. "famous, noble." A wife of Agamemnon and the mother of Orestes and Electra.
Clytia: "famous, noble". Ocean nymph in love with the son god, Helios.
Cynthia: SIN-thee-ə. An epithet of the Greek moon goddess Artemis.
Greek Mythology Names Beginning With D
Danaë: A princess of Argos and the mother of Perseus by Zeus.
Daphne: DAF-nee. "laurel." A nymph who was turned into a laurel tree.
Delia: DEEL-ee-ə. An epithet of the Greek goddess Artemis.
Demeter: di-MEET-ər. "earth mother." The goddess of agriculture, the daughter of Cronus, the sister of Zeus, and the mother of Persephone.
Dike: "justice." A goddess of justice.
Dione: "goddess." Disputed mother of Aphrodite.
Doris: DAWR-is. A sea nymph.