57 Enchanting Harry Potter Baby Girl Names

57 Enchanting Harry Potter Baby Girl Names

From Lily to Lavender and Hermione to Helga, here are 57 imaginative and enchanting Harry Potter girl names to inspire you! Read on.
If you love the Harry Potter books and movies, then you know that Harry Potter girl names are some of the most imaginative and enchanting names out there.
This magical world is a perfect place for name inspiration for your little witches and wizards.

If you’re hoping your new family life is full of as much magic, love, learning, and adventure as the books, then why not take inspiration from J. K. Rowling’s creative names?

Let’s hope one of these girl names from Harry Potter casts a spell on you.

In this article: 📝

  • Who is the best female in Harry Potter?
  • What is a female name in Harry Potter?
  • What is the most magical name for a girl?

Before we get to the full list, let’s talk about a common question among Harry Potter fans.

If you want the ultimate Harry Potter name for your girl, then you might be wondering:

Who is the best female in Harry Potter?

Now that’s a big question!

Some people root for Hermione’s bravery and intelligence, while others love Luna Lovegood’s whimsical mystery.

We don’t think there’s a single “best” female in Harry Potter.

You might be on team Hermione right now, but perhaps a look at the full cast of characters will make you reconsider!

So, whether you love Lily Potter, the ever-shifting nature of Nymphadora Tonks, or the quiet strength of Ginny Weasley, here are some of the best Harry Potter female names.

  1. Arabella: The wonderfully named Arabella Figg is a neighbor to the Dursleys and a member of the Order of the Phoenix.
  2. Ariana: The sister of Albus Dumbledore, killed in a duel with Gellert Grindelwald.
  3. Augusta: Neville Longbottom’s grandmother who raises him after Bellatrix Lestrange tortured Neville’s parents.
  4. Aurora: The fabulously named Aurora Sinistra worked as Astronomy Professor at Hogwarts.
  5. Cho: Harry’s first love interest. Cho Chang was a beautiful and intelligent Ravenclaw quidditch seeker. It’s a Japanese name that means “butterfly.”
  6. Emmeline: An Order of the Phoenix member, killed by Death Eaters.
  7. Ginny: The only daughter of the Weasley clan. This English name derives from “Virginia” and means “pure” or “chaste.”
  8. Helga: One of the four founders of Hogwarts (Helga Hufflepuff) and a Scandinavian name that means “holy” or “blessed.”
  9. Hermione: The one and only! A brilliant muggle-born witch. This name has Greek roots and is the feminine version of the name Hermes, which means “messenger.”
  10. Irma: A lovely German girl’s name (meaning “universal” or “complete”), and the Hogwarts Librarian.
  11. Kendra: The mother of Albus Dumbledore.
  12. Lavender: A floral name belonging to a Gryffindor student who briefly dated Ron Weasley.
  13. Luna: A quirky and whimsical Ravenclaw who isn’t afraid to forge her own path.
  14. Marietta: A Ravenclaw student, Marietta Edgecombe betrays her fellow members of Dumbledore’s Army to Professor Umbridge.
  15. Myrtle: Known as “Moaning Myrtle,” she’s a Ravenclaw student who haunted the girls’ bathrooms after her death.
  16. Padma: The identical twin sister of Parvati, a Ravenclaw member of Dumbledore’s Army. It’s a Sanskrit name meaning “lotus.”
  17. Parvati: The twin sister of Padma, a Gryffindor member of Dumbledore’s Army.
  18. Rowena: Rowena Ravenclaw was one of the four original founders of Hogwarts School.
  19. Sybil: The Hogwarts Divination professor (Sybil Trelawney), who made the fateful prophecy leading Lord Voldemort to target the Potters.
  20. Wilhelmina: A substitute Care of Magical Creatures Professor, whose full name is Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank.

What is a female name in Harry Potter?

We’ll admit, some of the Harry Potter names for girls we listed above can sound a little out there.

But there are plenty of more traditional female names in the Harry Potter world.

If you don’t want to go full-on fantasy, here are a few more common Harry Potter names for girls:

  1. Alice: Mother of Neville Longbottom and an original member of the Order of the Phoenix.
  2. Alicia: A Gryffindor student, Alicia Spinnet was a quidditch chaser and member of Dumbledore’s Army.
  3. Amelia: The wonderfully named Amelia Bones is head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. A cool, classy option.
  4. Angelina: A chaser and team captain in the Gryffindor quidditch team.
  5. Angelina: An Italian name meaning “messenger of God.” Angelina Johnson is a Gryffindor quidditch captain and later marries George Weasley.
  6. Bertha: Bertha Jorkins was a Ministry of Magic worker killed by Voldemort to create his last Horcrux.
  7. Charity: Charity Burbage, a Professor of Muggle Studies at Hogwarts.
  8. Eloise: A Gryffindor student who accidentally lost her nose trying to cure her acne!
  9. Fleur: An enduringly popular floral name. Fleur Delacour is a beautiful French witch who later married Bill Weasley.
  10. Gabrielle: Fleur Delacour’s younger sister, saved by Harry during the Triwizard Tournament.
  11. Hannah: Hannah Abbott is a Hufflepuff student, prefect and member of Dumbledore’s Army.
  12. Helena: Daughter of Rowena Ravenclaw and the Ravenclaw House ghost.
  13. Katie: A name with Greek origins (meaning “pure”) and a chaser on the Gryffindor quidditch team.
  14. Lily: The name of Harry’s mother. Her undying love saved his life on more than one occasion. Harry also named his daughter Lily.
  15. Mary: Mary Riddle, the grandmother of Lord Voldemort.
  16. Millicent: A particularly troublesome Slytherin student. Millicent Bulstrode was also a member of Professor Umbridge’s “Inquisitorial Squad.”
  17. Molly: The indomitable head of the Weasley clan and a motherly figure in Harry’s life.
  18. Pansy: A Slytherin student in the same year as Harry. Pansy Parkinson was also a member of Umbridge’s Inquisitorial Squad.
  19. Penelope: A Ravenclaw prefect. Penelope Clearwater was Percy Weasley’s girlfriend.
  20. Petunia: A member of the Dursley family — Harry Potter’s aunt and his mother (Lily’s) sister.
  21. Poppy: Better known as “Madam Pomfrey,” she works as the (busy) school nurse.
  22. Rose: The daughter of Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley.
  23. Susan: A Hufflepuff student in Harry’s year, Susan Bones was also a member of Dumbledore’s Army.

What is the most magical name for a girl?

If you’re searching for a magical name for your little sorceress, it doesn’t get much more magical than the Harry Potter series.

With seven fantasy novels to choose from, there are girl Harry Potter names to suit every family. Here are a few unique and magical ideas.

  1. Astoria: Draco Malfoy’s wife, who died from a “blood curse.”
  2. Bathilda: Bathilda Bagshot. She wrote A History of Magic.
  3. Bellatrix: A fantastic girl’s name, but just so you’re in the loop — Bellatrix Lestrange is a pretty evil Death Eater…
  4. Delphi: A Greek-inspired name and the daughter of Voldemort and Bellatrix Lestrange.
  5. Demelza: A Gryffindor student, Demelza Robins was also a quidditch chaser.
  6. Dolores: The sinister Dolores Umbridge, who briefly served as Headmistress of Hogwarts.
  7. Merope: Tom Riddle’s mother (later Lord Voldemort), who died in childbirth. Not the cheeriest choice.
  8. Minerva: The head of Gryffindor House. In Roman mythology, Minerva was the Goddess of Wisdom.
  9. Narcissa: Draco Malfoy’s mum. She’s also the sister of Bellatrix Lestrange and Andromeda Tonks.
  10. Nymphadora: An Order of the Phoenix member who marries Remus Lupin.
  11. Olympe: The half-giant Principal of Beauxbatons school. Hagrid’s love interest.
  12. Pomona: A more unusual name. Pomona Sprout was the Head of Hufflepuff House and the school’s Herbology professor.
  13. Rolanda: A flying instructor and quidditch referee at Hogwarts. A German name meaning “famous in the land.”
  14. Septima: Septima Vector worked as an Arithmancy Professor at Hogwarts.

With so many Harry Potter names to choose from, you can’t go wrong.

From traditional to magical, there’s something here for everybody.

Happy choosing, mama!

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