From Ida to Izzy, here’s hundreds of impeccable and interesting baby girl names that start with the letter I.
Isabella is definitely the new(ish) It Girl of baby names. Isabella's rise has been fairly recent and metoric (it was #1... Read More
Flower names are super in vogue right now, and Iris is simply blooming. While it's not nearly as popular as fellow flora... Read More
Ivy is one of the hottest flower names to be found right now, thanks to Jay-Z and Béyonce's baby girl Blue Ivy. To-the-point... Read More
Isabel is generally considered a medieval Spanish form of Elizabeth and is a royal name in Spain and Portugal. Isabel and... Read More
Greek: Peace; Irene was the Greek goddess of peace. Another famous bearer was an eighth-century Byzantine empress, the first woman...
Scandinavian: Beautiful; feminine version of the Norse fertility god Ing''s name
English: From the Sanskrit for river; India is a country in southern Asia. Fictional India Wilkes was Ashleigh''s sister in Margaret...
Scottish: From Islay, a name of an island off the Scottish coast
German: Diligent, hard-working
A modern spelling alternative to the oh-so-popular Elena and Eliana, Ileana is equally as pretty, but a lot more unique.... Read More
Greek: Light; variant of Helena
German: Strength, universal or complete; a short form of many names begining with the element Irm or Erm, probably derived from irm...
Inez is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Agnes, sometimes spelled Ines. While not super common, but it's continued to stand... Read More
Greek: Gift of Isis; derived from the name of the Egyptian fertility goddess and the Greek doron, meaning gift
Hindi: Mythological wife of Vishnu
Czech: God has been gracious; feminine form of Ivan
Ilsa is the German variant of Elizabeth, and it making a comeback in Europe. It's beautiful and distinctly European, most... Read More
Spanish: Powerful fighter; the name of a fourteenth-century Spanish saint
French: Variant of Yvonne
Celtic: The fair
German: Rule of ice
Persian: Rainbow; variant of Iris
English: White, pure; a reference to the creamy-white color of ivory or to the hard tusk used for carving fine art and jewelry