80 Bond Girl Names For 007 Fans

Akinwalere Olaleye
Jan 15, 2024 By Akinwalere Olaleye
Originally Published on Jun 07, 2022
Edited by Shubhra Shukla
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Bond girl names from Bond films include Sylvia Trench, Domino Derval, Daniela Bianchi, and Eunice Gayson.

Paula Caplan, Andrea Anders, Fiona Volpe, Plenty O'Toole, Pussy Galore, Strawberry Fields, Vesper Lynd, Jill Masterson, and Daniela Bianchi are some of the Bond girls who have featured in different movies.

Actresses like Eva Green, Famke Janssen, Jill St John, Shirley Eaton, Tsai Chin, Tatiana Romanova, Ursula Andress, and Martine Beswick have featured in different James Bond movies.

Some of the most popular James Bond movies over the years are 'The World Is Not Enough', 'You Only Live Twice', 'Man With The Golden Gun', 'Quantum Of Solace', 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', 'Casino Royale', 'Tomorrow Never Dies', 'Live And Let Die', and 'The Living Daylights'.

Best Bond Girl Names

Honey Ryder, Xenia Onatopp, Jill Masterson, Christmas Jones, and Tracy Bond are some of the popular names in James Bond movies. Here are some of the best Bond girl names.

Andrea (Greek origin), meaning ‘strong and brave’, was appropriately given to the Bond girl in the movie 'The Man with the Golden Gun'.

Bianca (Italian origin), meaning ‘white’ or ‘pure’, is a beautiful feminine name coming from the 007 movies.

Bonita  (Spanish and Portuguese origin), meaning ‘pretty, cute’, a popular name for baby girls in the Christian religion,, meaning attractive.

Camille (French origin), meaning ‘perfect’, gets its Latin heritage from Camillus and is featured in 'Quantum of Solace' opposite Daniel Craig.

Caroline (French origin), meaning ‘strong’, is the name of the pretty psychological evaluator appearing in 'Goldeneye'.

Corinne (French origin), meaning ‘a beautiful maiden’, is a suitable name for the beauty that this Bond girl possessed.

Domino (Latin origin), meaning ‘lord’ or ‘master’, is a cool name for people with a commanding personality.

Madeleine (French origin), meaning ‘woman from Magdala or a high tower’,  has a nice sound to the name taken from one of the best bond girls till date.

Felicia (Latin origin), meaning ‘happy or lucky’, is another Bond girl name with an aesthetic sound to it.

Fiona (Latin origin),  derived from an element meaning 'vine', is either the Latinised form of the Gaelic word Fionn meaning 'white, fair'.

Honey (American origin) is another term for ‘endearment’ and a nickname for 'Honora'. This sweet name for girls comes from the first Bond girl ever.

Jill  (English origin), meaning ‘Child of the Gods’. It is frequently used in modern times as the female version for Julian.

Kara (Italian origin), meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘dear one’, is a cute nickname derived from names like Katherine and Katrina.

Kimberley (Old English origin), meaning ‘from the meadow of the royal fortress’, can be used as a male as well as a female name.

Linda  (German origin), meaning ‘soft’ while the Spanish origins define this name as ‘beautiful’.

Lucia Sciarra (Latin origin), meaning ‘light’, Lucia is a sweet name from one of the latest Bond movies, 'Spectre'.

Marie (Hebrew origin), meaning ‘sea of bitterness’ according to the French adoption of the word.

Melina (Greek origin), meaning ‘honey’, is quite literally a sweet name.

Nancy (Hebrew and French origin), meaning ‘grace’ according to English roots, is a common name also appearing in the movie 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'.

Natalya Simonova (Slavic origin), meaning ‘birth on Christmas’, is a good choice for someone with this exact quality.

Pam Bouvier (English origin), meaning ‘honey or all sweetness’, is another nice name from the main Bond girl in the movie 'License to Kill'.

Paris  (Greek origin), meaning 'Paris, France'. It also means ‘wallet’ in Greek mythology and has a neutral gender.

Patricia  (Latin origin), derived from the patrician word meaning 'noble', is a feminine version of Patrick with a well-known variant 'Patrice'.

Paula (Latin origin), meaning ‘humble’, is a sweet name for all Bond allies out there.

Rosie (English origin), with Rosie meaning ‘rose’ and also being a diminutive of Rosa, is a cute feminine name.

Ruby (Latin and French origin), meaning ‘deep red precious stone’, is a cute name for the female fans of the 007 movies.

Saida (Arabic origin), also meaning ‘happy or lucky’, is a Lebanese belly dancer in the movie The Man with the Golden Gun.

James Bond is a fictional agent of MI6.

Funny Bond Girl Names

Even with the nature to kill their opponents, there are many Bond girls with names that can make you giggle a bit. Actresses like Eva Green, Famke Janssen, Shirley Eaton, Tsai Chin, Tatiana Romanova, Ursula Andress, and Martine Beswick have all acted in Bond films.

Aki (Japanese origin), meaning ‘sparkle, bright, or autumn’, can be a fun nickname for anyone with a bright and confident persona like the Bond girl.

Anya Amasova (Russian origin), meaning ‘gracious or merciful’, is an undercover KGB agent in the movie.

Bambi (Italian origin), meaning ‘young girl or a child’ is a fun, feminine name to give someone with the personality of a little girl.

Bibi Dahl (English origin), meaning ‘lady’ but also ‘toy’ in French, is a cute little nickname Bond fans can use.

Chew Mee is parodical for ‘chew me’, probably one of the funniest names a person can have.

Countess Lisl von Schlaf (Hebrew origin), with Lisl meaning ‘God is my oath’, this long name goes for the mistress of a Greek smuggler.

Dink  is another nickname with no certain meaning behind it. This character had a brief appearance in the movie 'Goldfinger'.

Dr. Christmas Jones (Old English origin), with the Christian festival meaning ‘Christ's Mass’, is a nice name Bond fan girls can use.

Giacinta ‘Jinx’ Johnson (Italian origin), with Giacinta meaning ‘the Hyacinth flower’, can be difficult for people to pronounce.

Helga Brandt (Scandinavian origin), meaning ‘holy’ or ‘blessed’, has a fun ring to it.

Holly Goodhead are two words combined to make a fictional name. Holly means 'like a dove' referring to the Holly tree.

Jenny Flex (English origin), derived from ‘Jennifer’, Jenny is defined as ‘fair one’. The word ‘Flex’ adds fun to it as it means ‘fortunate’.

Kissy Suzuki (Informal-Japanese origin), with Kissy being a parody for ‘kisses’ and Suzuki meaning ‘bell tree’.

Ling (Chinese origin), meaning ‘sound of dawn’, sounds like a fun name but with a beautiful definition to it.

Lupe (Spanish origin), meaning ‘wolf’, sounds like a funny name for a person.

Magda  (Polish origin), meaning 'a woman of high status' or a woman who was 'a member of the nobility'.

Manuela (Spanish origin) is the feminine version of Manuel, which was derived from the Hebrew word Emmanuel meaning ‘God is with us’.

Mary Goodnight (Hebrew origin), with the name Mary meaning ‘beloved’, this name turns funny with the greeting used as a surname.

Miss Caruso (Italian origin), meaning ‘a young apprentice’, has been an occupational surname in the past.

Money Penny (English and Scottish origin) is probably a nickname for a rich man or a miser. It is a fictional name for one of the Bond movie girls.

Nomi (Japanese origin), meaning 'beautiful, pleasant, delightful'. The perfect name for a Bond girl.

Paloma (Latin origin) has been derived from the word palumbus, meaning ‘dove’.

Pan Ho (Chinese and Greek origin) has different meanings. It is a surname according to Chinese origins.

Penelope Smallbone is two different words combined to make another interesting name for a Bond movie girl.

Plenty O’Toole is yet another fictional and funny name with a double meaning to cover up the way James Bond makes advances toward any beautiful woman.

Pola (Arabic and Polish origin), meaning ‘poppy’, is also short for Amapola, another funny Bond girl name you can use as a nickname.

Solitaire   (Latin origin) originates from the lonely word solitude, meaning 'alone or isolated'.

Strawberry Fields (English origin) has a clear meaning in itself and can be used as a humorous name for a person.

Teresa di Vicenzo (Spanish origin), meaning ‘harvester’, can be a mouthful for those who are not of Spanish origin.

Thumper is basically a name given to a motorcycle having a four-stroke engine. But this English name is used for a person who is 'exalted, lofty, ascend'.

Wai Lin (Chinese origin) is a protagonist character with humor as well as smart sarcasm.

Worst Bond Girl Names

Here are the worst bond girl names from movies like 'The World is Not Enough', 'Man With the Golden Gun', 'Quantum of Solace', 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', 'You Only Live Twice', 'Casino Royale', 'Tomorrow Never Dies', 'Live and Let Die', and 'The Living Daylights'.

Molly (Hebrew origin), with Molly being a diminutive for Mary, has a similar meaning- ‘sea of bitterness’.

Mademoiselle La Porte (French origin), with La Porte meaning ‘someone who lived near the gates of a fortified town’, this name can be a mouthful for anyone.

Miss Taro (Japanese origin), meaning ‘the eldest son’, is certainly not a great name coming from a female spy.

Inga Bergstrom (Scandinavian origin), with Inga meaning ‘belonging’, is a great name for Bond girls.

Solange Dimitrios (French origin), meaning ‘solemn’, is the name of the character playing the wife of another villain.

Vesper Lynd (Latin origin), with a beautiful meaning which is ‘evening star’, the name came to light in the movie 'Casino Royale'.

Bond Villain Girl Names

Some female characters have perfectly played the role of cold-blooded villains in different Bond movies and made a name for themselves as the famous Bond Girl Villains.

Elektra King (Greek origin), meaning ‘amber’, which further means 'shining, incandescent'. King as the surname is used just to show how this villainous character fulfills her dream of dominating the oil pipeline business in the movie 'The World is Not Enough'.

Fatima Blush has the first name Fatima (Arabic origin) meaning ‘beautiful like the stars’. It is a captivating name as this was the name of Prophet Mohammad’s daughter, who was a perfect woman.

May Day (Slavonic origin), meaning ‘prophet Jeremiah’s day’. This name for a Bond movie villain is just a fictional way of indicating distress for James Bond.

Miranda Frost (Latin origin),  meaning ‘ worthy of admiration’, is derived from the Latin word Mirandas.

Octopussy originates from the word octopus. It is a slang term used to point out the villainous character of the Bond girl.

Pussy Galore (English origin) is a double-meaning word with pussy meaning ‘a cat’, but when combined with galore, it becomes a slang term.

Rosa Klebb has the first name Rosa (English origin) meaning ‘little rose’, and in the 19th century, the bible associated the word with Virgin Mary.

Xenia Onatopp (Indian origin) comes from a famous series called Jungle Book and is used as a masculine name.

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Written by Akinwalere Olaleye

Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature

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As a highly motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic individual, Olaleye's expertise lies in administrative and management operations. With extensive knowledge as an Editor and Communications Analyst, Olaleye excels in editing, writing, and media relations. Her commitment to upholding professional ethics and driving organizational growth sets her apart. She has a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of Benin, Edo State. 

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