135 Endearing Middle Names For Millie

Millie is a short, cute and gorgeous girl name that’s usually a shortened form of Mildred or Millicent or any similar-sounding name.

Both Mildred and Millicent are forgotten vintage girl names that rarely get used anymore.

Millie, on the other hand, is a modern twist to both names and highly trendy.

Picking a middle name for Mille can be tricky as you’ll want to get a perfect middle name for your girl.

I’ve compiled this large list of 135 Millie middle names to help you pick a good middle name.

Check out your favourites amongst the name combinations below.

135 Middle Names for Millie

  1. Millie Aimee
  2. Millie Alexandra
  3. Millie Alice
  4. Millie Amber
  5. Millie Amy
  6. Millie Ann
  7. Millie Anna
  8. Millie Annabel
  9. Millie Annabelle
  10. Millie Anne
  11. Millie Antonia
  12. Millie Ava
  13. Millie Bella
  14. Millie Bess
  15. Millie Beth
  16. Millie Bethan
  17. Millie Bethany
  18. Millie Bonnie
  19. Millie Caitlin
  20. Millie Caroline
  21. Millie Catherine
  22. Millie Charlotte
  23. Millie Claire
  24. Millie Clara
  25. Millie Clare
  26. Millie Clementine
  27. Millie Constance
  28. Millie Cornelia
  29. Millie Daisy
  30. Millie Delphine
  31. Millie Diane
  32. Millie Eleanor
  33. Millie Elena
  34. Millie Elisa
  35. Millie Eliza
  36. Millie Elizabeth
  37. Millie Ellen
  38. Millie Elin
  39. Millie Eloise
  40. Millie Elsa
  41. Millie Erin
  42. Millie Esme
  43. Millie Eva
  44. Millie Eve
  45. Millie Faith
  46. Millie Fay
  47. Millie Faye
  48. Millie Flora
  49. Millie Florence
  50. Millie Freya
  51. Millie Gabriella
  52. Millie Genevive
  53. Millie Georgia
  54. Millie Gina
  55. Millie Gray
  56. Millie Gwendolyn
  57. Millie Hannah
  58. Millie Hazel
  59. Millie Helen
  60. Millie Henrietta
  61. Millie Hope
  62. Millie Imogen
  63. Millie Isabel
  64. Millie Isabella
  65. Millie Isabelle
  66. Millie Isla
  67. Millie Isobel
  68. Millie Jacqui
  69. Millie Jane
  70. Millie Jasmine
  71. Millie Jayne
  72. Millie Jean
  73. Millie Jennifer
  74. Millie Jessica
  75. Millie Jo
  76. Millie Joan
  77. Millie Joanne
  78. Millie Jodie
  79. Millie Josephine
  80. Millie Joy
  81. Millie June
  82. Millie Kate
  83. Millie Lark
  84. Millie Lauren
  85. Millie Lisa
  86. Millie Louise
  87. Millie Lynne
  88. Millie Mae
  89. Millie Mandy
  90. Millie Mara
  91. Millie Margaret
  92. Millie Marie
  93. Millie Mary
  94. Millie Maya
  95. Millie Molly
  96. Millie Naomi
  97. Millie Nicole
  98. Millie Nina
  99. Millie Noel
  100. Millie Noelle
  101. Millie Odette
  102. Millie Olivia
  103. Millie Paige
  104. Millie Phoebe
  105. Millie Pippa
  106. Millie Poppy
  107. Millie Prudence
  108. Millie Quinn
  109. Millie Rachael
  110. Millie Rachel
  111. Millie Rae
  112. Millie Rebecca
  113. Millie Robin
  114. Millie Rosalind
  115. Millie Rose
  116. Millie Ruth
  117. Millie Sarah
  118. Millie Savannah
  119. Millie Scarlet
  120. Millie Scarlett
  121. Millie Seren
  122. Millie Sofia
  123. Millie Sophia
  124. Millie Sophie
  125. Millie Suzette
  126. Millie Tabitha
  127. Millie Temperance
  128. Millie Tia
  129. Millie Tulip
  130. Millie Valerie
  131. Millie Veronica
  132. Millie Violet
  133. Millie Vivien
  134. Millie Winifred
  135. Millie Zara
middle names that go with Millie


1. Consider choosing a meaningful middle name.

For some, the meaning of a name is so important. Can you relate?

If so, a middle name’s meaning becomes a top factor in your decision-making process.

For instance, you may choose a name meaning brave, if you want your baby to grow up to be adventurous and bold.

2. How well do the names flow together?

Do the first, middle and last names flow well together?

As much as possible avoid overly rhyming names. They may sound cute now but remember your child won’t be a baby forever.

3. Consider your baby’s full initials.

It’s been proven that positive name initials lead to a longer life. Also, be on the lookout for initials that spell negative words.

Remember, you might get monogrammed personalised baby gifts as well.

4. Say the names out loud.

You might like how the names look on paper, but how do they sound together? 

5. Are there any family naming patterns you should honour?

Some families have specific baby-naming customs.

For instance, it’s customary to have a classic, traditional name like Elizabeth as a middle name in some families.

However, don’t worry too much about sticking to traditions that don’t favour you. It is your baby after all.

6. Don’t rush the process.

Finding a middle name you love can take some time. Don’t be in a hurry. You don’t want to regret the name you chose after your baby’s birth is registered.

7. Have fun!

Have fun choosing your baby’s middle name.  No doubt, picking a name for your baby can be a little tricky.

You will change your mind a lot, but don’t let it bug you so much that you get stressed.  Having a baby is stressful in itself already. Don’t add this to the plate. 

Have fun!


Do you love Millie but would like a fuller name? Here’s a list of names that Millie can be short for.

  • Emily
  • Amelia
  • Mildred
  • Millicent
  • Matilda
  • Camilla
  • Camille
  • Melinda
  • Melissa 
  • Milena 
  • Emmeline


For distinction

No, I don’t mean the grade you get from college. Lol! I mean distinction as in to distinguish.

Giving your baby a middle name can help distinguish your child from other children with the same first and last names.

Funny story

In college, I had 2 classmates who had the same first and last names. They were from the same town, born in the same month and the same year. They were also both tall and dark. As you can imagine, this sometimes caused a lot of confusion with professors. Thankfully, they had different middle names, that was the only thing that set them apart!

Middle names encourage better behaviour in kids

It’s a common parenting hack to call children by their full names when scolding them for bad behaviour.

Do you know this has been proven by research?

Reminders of one’s middle name lead to an increase in good behaviour.  This is another great reason to give your child a middle name.

As a way to honour family members

You can give your baby a middle name in honour of extended family members like grandparents.

This is one thing we do in my culture especially if that family member recently passed. It’s a subtle way to honour that beloved family member and keep their memory alive.

An alternative name option

We all hope our children will love the names we give them. Realistically, this won’t always be true despite our best intentions. 

In cases like this, your child has the option of using their middle name as their first name.

Work-related reasons

Other times, your child may end up working in a field, where their first and last names are already quite popular.

Like actors and entertainers. So, to stand out, they may choose to go by their middle names rather than their first names.

Ever heard of Robyn Rhianna Fenty or Thomas Sean Connery?

In Conclusion,

I hope this post has helped you pick a good middle name for Millie.

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Congratulations on your baby girl!

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