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In Baby Talk, we’ve covered Adeline in this post. Here are a few of our favorite names for baby girls:
Amelia is a name with a strong Latina heritage that’s also popular in the US. It has a beautiful meaning, “industrious,” and it’s the name of one of America’s first female pilots.
Amelia Earhart was an American aviator who became famous after being the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by plane in 1928. She also set many speed records, including flying solo across the Pacific Ocean from Honolulu to Oakland, California in 1932; she disappeared during an attempt to fly around the world later that year. There’s now an airport named after her: MOUNT AMELIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (HI).
Charlotte is a French name meaning “free man” or “man from the forest”. It’s been a popular baby girl name in the United States since 1996, and it was the most popular baby girl name in 2016. The feminine form of Charles, Charlotte is also a familiar form of Charlotte Bronte, an English author who wrote Jane Eyre under the pen name Currer Bell.
For more information on names that mean “free man”, visit this page or check out our full list of masculine baby names here.
Elizabeth is a popular name for baby girls. It is an English name that means “God is my oath”, and it’s the patron saint of mothers and grandmothers. It’s also the name of a princess in the Bible, as well as several queens throughout history.
If you’re thinking of naming your daughter Elizabeth, there are many different ways to spell her name: Elisabeth (original German spelling), Alix (French), Isabella or Isabelle (Italian), Bethany or Bethan (Welsh), Elisabeta (Romanian). If you prefer more traditional spellings, you can choose between Elizabeth or Elspeth for your little girl’s middle name rather than using both names on their own.
Matilda is a name that’s been popular for the last few decades. It’s a Latin and English name, meaning “strength.” It comes from the Old German name “Mathilda,” which means “fighter” or “warrior.”
This moniker has been used by artists such as actress Meryl Streep, who named her eldest daughter after this literary character.
Olivia is a name of Latin origin meaning “olive tree”. It comes from the Latin word olivum, meaning “olive”, which in turn came from the Greek word elaia.
Olivia was in the top 100 most popular names for girls born in England and Wales between 2009 and 2013. In 2014, it became the most popular girls’ name given to babies born at hospital births (out of 4,832) across England and Wales that year.
Mary is one of the most popular names for girls today. It’s a classic that has been around for centuries, and it’s been in use since the Middle Ages. There are many variations of Mary, including: Maria, Marie, Miriam, Maryam (Arabic), and Mirabel. The name comes from Hebrew meaning “bitter” or “rebellious”. Although it wasn’t used as much back then as it is today in English-speaking countries such as the US and Canada (where its popularity peaked in 1925), there have been several prominent historical figures with this moniker—including Saint Mary Magdelene (one of Jesus’ followers) who was considered by some to be a prostitute before she became famous for her piety; Queen Victoria’s mother; and Queen Elizabeth II’s great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria.
Mary is also commonly associated with several saints—most notably St. Elizabeth Ann Seton who founded America’s first order of nuns called Sisters of Charity; St. Francis de Sales who was born on January 21st 1567 in France but eventually moved to Geneva where he became archbishop at age 32 after being ordained priest at 24 years old.
Alice is an English name that means “noble, exalted.” It is derived from the Old German name Adalheidis, which was formed from the elements adal (noble) and heid (kind). The name was first used in England after the Norman Conquest of 1066.
In fiction, Alice is perhaps best known as the title character in Lewis Carroll’s 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass.
Alice has been ranked among the top names for girls born in Ireland 13 times since 1995 – though it peaked at #12 on that list just last year.
different names for baby girl
These are the different names for baby girl.
There are many names for your first born child, but if you want to know more about these names then keep reading.
The best name for your baby girl will be one that you both love, but hopefully this post has helped to narrow down the choices. All of these names have a beautiful meaning and would make great choices for your baby girl!