74 Middle names that mean middle for girls, listing Middle baby names 1-20. Adela, Aimee, Aline, Anastasia, Andrea, Annis, Basilia, Beatrice, Blythe, Cassandra, Cecilia and Celia are popular names. Aisling, Amadea, Avila, Beta, Blodwen, Cameo, Carden and Cavanaugh are uncommon names. View Middle baby names for name meanings, search Middle names for boys, or search other baby names.
Adela ... The name died out in England in the later Middle Ages ... 
Aimee ... Used in French since the Middle Ages ... 
Aisling ... Not in use as a given name during the Middle Ages ... 
Aline In the Middle Ages ...
Amadea ... Amadeus was Mozart's middle name ... 
Anastasia ... Also used occasionally in England in the Middle Ages and as late as the 17th century ... 
Andrea ... The name was not used during the Middle Ages ... 
Annis ... May also have developed in the Middle Ages as a mainly Scottish form of Agnes ... 
Avila ... Name from the Middle Ages and of uncertain origin and meaning ...
Basilia ... Common in the Middle Ages. 
Beatrice ... Beatrice was occasionally used in England in the Middle Ages ... 
Beta ... Also a middle-European variant of Beth.
Blodwen ... Rather common in the Middle Ages ... 
Blythe ... Modern coinage, though possibly linked to the transferred use of the surname from the word "blithe" during the Middle Ages ... 
Cameo (Middle French) ... 
Carden (Middle English) ... Carding was an important occupation in the Middle Ages when the economy of Southern England relied heavily on the wool trade ... 
Cassandra ... The name was occasionally used from the Middle Ages until the 18th century. 
Cavanaugh (Middle English, Irish) ... 
Cecilia ... The name became common among Christians during the Middle Ages when it was brought by the Normans to England ... 
Celia ... The name was not used in the Middle Ages ... 
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