70 Sweet Pet Names for Girls That Will Make Them Smile

A guy kissing his girlfriend and calling her one of these pet names for girls.

Bae, honey, cutie, and wifey are just some of the many nicknames you call your girlfriend. Pet names are meant to show your affection and endearment through flirty or romantic nicknames. Many of these pet names could come from the first date, an inside joke, or even during a serious moment.

The best way to find pet names that both you and your lady like is to try out the names and see how she responds to them. The pet names that stick with her are the ones she will be looking for you to call her by moving forward. You don’t need to wait until the time is right—the key to finding good pet names is to try using one during your everyday conversation.

If you’re looking for another pet name to call the special woman in your life, we put together a list of 70 ideas to help you out.

  1. Honeybear
  2. Baby
  3. Bae
  4. Jellybean
  5. Babes
  6. Dumpling
  7. Wifey
  8. Love
  9. Beautiful
  10. Honey
  11. Boo
  12. Cutie
  13. Sugarplum
  14. Mi Amor
  15. Sweetie
  16. Perfect
  17. My Heart
  18. Sexy
  19. Doll
  20. Daisy
  21. Sweet Thing
  22. Treasure
  23. Pumpkin
  24. Angel
  25. Sweet Pea
  26. Adorable
  27. Sweetheart
  28. Pretty Lady
  29. Gorgeous
  30. Puddin’
  31. Lucky Charm
  32. My All
  33. Princess
  34. Queen
  35. My everything
  36. Dear
  37. Shortstuff
  38. Darling
  39. Cookie
  40. Other half
  41. Sunshine
  42. Better half
  43. Sugar Plum
  44. First Lady
  45. Buttercup
  46. Mamacita
  47. Babycakes
  48. Dream
  49. Bella
  50. Lovebug
  51. Fun size
  52. Sweet Potato
  53. My world
  54. Cupcake
  55. Hot stuff
  56. One and only
  57. Valentine
  58. Poohbear
  59. Teacup
  60. Hunnybunch
  61. Tulip
  62. Sweetface
  63. Crush
  64. Soulmate
  65. Girl of my dreams
  66. Lovely
  67. Jewel
  68. Good Looking
  69. Snookums
  70. Misses

 

Tori Glaude

Tori is a D.C. lifestyle blogger and author on a lifelong mission to empower women so they can achieve their goals. Her debut book is entitled “Sour Grapes into Wine: How to Leave a Toxic Relationship to Create a Productive Lifestyle.”

When she’s not writing or working in television production, Tori enjoys kickboxing and trying out new restaurants.

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