When it's time to select a baby name for your daughter, you'll no doubt want something catchy but meaningful. If you envision your daughter being a sparkplug or having a fiery passion for life, you'll no-doubt want a name that means fire. Here are 25 options to get you started!

  • Adara Adara means “beauty, noble” but is also a feminine version of the name Adar.
  • Aguya Aguya is a Russin name with the evocative meaning “mistress of fire”.
  • Aithne Aithne is a Gaelic girl’s name meaning “fire” or “kernel”. Aithne is pronounced similarly to Edna or Ena.
  • Anala Anala is a Hindi name meaning “fire”. A sweet and beautiful name, Anala is just unique enough to set it apart from Anna.
  • Bedelia Bedelia was a Celtic goddess of fire and poetry. Some believe she may have been a version of the goddess Brighid.
  • BrigidBrigid is a girl’s name that means “fire”. In fact, this name of Irish origin, is another way to refer to the Irish Goddess of Fire. Brighid is an alternative spelling that can be used for this name.
  • Calida Calida is a Spanish name meaning “heated” both in temper and in temperature. A hot-headed name softened by the nickname Callie.
  • Candace – Candace means “white fire” and derives from Greek.
  • Cinderella A classic fairy tale name, Cinderella means “little cinder girl”. The name comes from a term for a servant who tended the house fires.
  • Edana An Anglicized Irish name, Edana means “fire”. Edana is a feminine version of the name Aiden.
  • Electra Electra is a Greek name meaning “sparkling, fiery sun”. In Greek myth, Electra was a daughter of Agamemnon that saved her brother’s life after their father’s death. Later the siblings avenged their father together.
  • Enya Enya is an Irish name that means “fire”, although association with the singer-songwriter Enya might lend the name more soothing vibes.
  • Fajra An Esperanto name meaning “fiery”, Fajra has a magical quality due to the similarities to the name Faye.
  • Fiammetta Fiammetta is an Italian name that means “little flame”. It is a refined name with room for affectionate nicknames like Fifi or Fia.
  • Hestia Hestia is a Greek goddess of the hearth, home, and family. Hestia means “hearth, fireside”.
  • Kalama A Hawaiian name meaning “flaming torch”, Kalama was the name of the Queen consort of Hawaii during the 19th century.
  • Mariel Mariel is a goddess of fire worshipped by the Ossetian people of the Caucasus region.
  • NinaNina is a name that has different meanings in several languages but in Quechua and Aymara it means “fire”.
  • Nuria Nuria is a Hebrew name that means “fire of the Lord”. Nuria is a popular name in Spain taken from the name of a holy shrine.
  • Pele A beautiful name, Pele is the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes and fire. In myth, she is the creator of the Hawaiian islands.
  • Serafima Serafima is the Russian version of the name Seraphina which means “fiery and ardent”. Serafima is usually shortened to the adorable nickname Fima.
  • SeraphinaSeraphina is a girl’s name meaning “fiery and ardent”. Seraphina comes from the term seraph, which is a type of angel in Biblical texts. Some countries prefer the spelling Serafina.
  • Shula Shula is a well balanced name that means “flame” in Arabic and “peace” in Hebrew.
  • TanaTana means “fire or star goddess” and is an early name for the Roman goddess Diana.
  • Vesta Vesta is the Roman goddess of hearth, home, and family. While the name means “pure” one of Vesta’s most well known symbols is the hearth fire, the heart of the Roman home.

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