Top 50 A- L Chinese Female Names for your child.

Chinese Female Names

Chinese names are unique because Chinese itself is a unique language spoken only by four countries. If you are thinking about the name to give you are a child that is different and yet cute we have that covered for you.

In the Chinese tradition, a person is given two names. The first name is usually a common name while the second is the family name. The girls are given first names that mean beauty, happiness, purity, and according to circumstances that surround their birth.

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Top 50 Chinese female names ideas for your child.

1. Ai, meaning “love”. Ai Carina Uemura is a famous singer.

2. An meaning “peaceful”. Chinese variant of the American name Ann or Anne.

3. Bao meaning “treasure,” is pronounced like bow.

4. Chen meaning “morning”. Li Chen is a popular Chinese actor.

5. Chun meaning “spring season”. Chun-Chieh Wu is a famous scientist. This is a great baby name for a spring-born girl.

6. Hui meaning “intelligence”, “cleverness”, or “wise”. Zhang Huiwen is a popular actress.

7. Jia meaning “family” or “kin” in Chinese. It is derived from the Italian name Gia. Hu Jia is a famous activist.

8. Jun meaning “truthful” or “obedient”. A good name for babies born in June.

9. Kai/ Kaili (Hawaiian origin) meaning “beautiful” or “victorious” in Chinese. It is also the name of a Hawaiian goddess.

10. Li Hua meaning “pear blossom” is a name for a baby born in the spring season.

11. Li Mei meaning “pretty rose”.

12. Ling meaning “delicate”, “dainty”, “soul” or “chime”.

13. Mei meaning “beautiful”. Some popular celebrities named Mei are Meiling Jin, Mei Nakabayashi aka May’s, and Mei Yaochen. Hence, it has become the most popular Chinese girl name.

14. Ning meaning “peaceful”. One of the good Chinese girl names for a unique baby name.

15. Nuan meaning “friendly” and “wholehearted”.

16. Qing meaning “blue”, “green” or “young”. Pang Qing is an Olympic skater.

17. Shu meaning “warm-hearted” or “the kind one”.

18. Xue meaning “snow” or “learning”. Skater Shen Xue has won a gold medal in 2010 in the Olympics.

19. Yan meaning “pretty swallow”.

20. Zhen meaning “innocent”, “virtuous”, “precious” and many more. Lady Zhen was honored as Empress Whenzhao upon her son, Cao Rui’s ascension to the throne of Wei.

21. Chu meaning “pearl” a precious jewel. Chu was a Zhou Dynasty state.

22. Cong meaning “intelligent”.

23. Genji meaning “valuable as gold”. ‘Tale of Genji’ is Japan’s oldest novel, probably the world’s first novel.

24. Hop (Vietnamese origin) meaning “agreeable”, is a variant of the English word hope.

25. Hua meaning “beautiful flower” or “prosperous”. Hua was a state of the Zhou dynasty in modern Yanshi, Henan Province.

26. Lai meaning “future”. A good baby name for an independent girl.

27. Mey meaning “gorgeous”, “stunning” or “pretty”.

28. Qiao meaning “handsome” or “pretty”. It is a gender-neutral name that can also be used as a middle name. Qiao Ting is a Chinese volleyball player.

29. Qing yuan meaning “a clear spring” or “deep water”.

30. Qinyang meaning “sunshine of my heart”. Qinyang city of Henan province was known as Yewang during the Qin dynasty.

31. Ushi meaning “a plant”.

32. Wenling meaning “mild jade tinkling”.

33. Xin-jin meaning “heart of crystal”. This is a unique baby name.

34. Yanay meaning “she who loves”.

35. Ching meaning “capable”. Ching Shih was a Chinese pirate up to the mid the 19th century.

36. Cixi meaning “motherly” or “auspicious”.

37. Fang meaning “fragrant”, “virtuous”. Fang Junying was a 19th century revolutionary.

38. Fu meaning “lotus” or “hibiscus”. Fu Shanxiang was a Chinese scholar in the 19th century.

39. Jiang meaning “river” was the name of Chinese school pioneer Jiang Shufang.

40. Liang meaning “a bridge”, “a mast”. Liang Na was a Chinese Empress during the Han Dynasty.

41. Lu meaning “musical note”. Lu Zhi was a ruthless and brutal empress in the Chinese Han Dynasty.

42. Qiu meaning “autumn”, “hill” or “mound”. Qui jin was a Chinese revolutionary.

43. Su meaning “plain”, “simple”. Su Sanniang was a Chinese rebel.

44. Tai meaning “extreme”. Kong Tai Heong was the first Chinese woman to practice medicine in Hawaii.

45. Wang Shu; Wang meaning “to gaze” and “shu” meaning “comfortable” or “easy”, was the charioteer of the moon according to Chinese mythology.

46. Wei meaning “power”, “extraordinary” or “high”. Chinese Tang Dynasty had an empress named Wei.

47. Wu meaning “affairs”, “business”. Wu Zetian was a Chinese empress in the Tang Dynasty. She was also the only female emperor in Chinese feudal history.

48. Yun meaning “cloud”. Yun Zhu was a Qing dynasty poet.

49. Zhi Rou meaning “the two Chinese herbal plants angelica and polleir”. It is the name of a famous character in ‘The Heaven Sword’ novel by Jin Yong. Also, ancient Chinese people preferred baby names based on herbs.

50.Diu meaning “down to earth” or “practical person”.


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