Supermodel Names

Supermodels provide a real international smorgasbord (excuse the expression, girls) of beautiful baby girl names.
  • Liya

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    The first name of Ethiopian supermodel Liya (pronounced like Leah) Kebede is also a Russian variation of Lia and Lily. Rather than using Liya, English speakers will do better to call a child Leah... Read More 

  • Lucia

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    A lovely name, the Latinate spelling of Lucy with operatic connections, that used to be given to babies born as daylight was breaking.

    A variety of references include Santa Lucia, a... Read More 

  • Magdalena

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    Magdalena is a pretty name forever associated with the fallen-yet-redeemed Mary Magdalen; often heard in the Hispanic community. But forward thinking parents are reviving Magdalena along with... Read More 

  • Malgosia

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    This name of Polish supermodel Malgosia Bela doesn't sound so bella here--has a bit of an evil witch quality.Read More 

  • Marina

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    This pretty sea-born name was used to dramatic effect by Shakespeare in his play Pericles for the virtuous princess who says she is "Call'd Marina, for I was born at sea."... Read More 

  • Milana

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    This makes Milan sound like less of a place, more of a name. It seems like parents are catching on to it -- while it was at the bottom of the Top 1000 in 2012, it made its way to Number 772 in... Read More 

  • Miranda

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    Miranda, a shimmeringly lovely, poetic name that was invented by Shakespeare for the beautiful and admirable young heroine of his play, The Tempest, is still a recommended choice even... Read More 

  • Naomi

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    This long-quiet Old Testament name seems to finally be finding favor with parents seeking a biblical name with a soft, melodic sound and a positive meaning, suddenly sounding fresher than the... Read More 

  • Natalia

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    More exotic that Natalie, more unusual than Natasha, Natalia has been climbing up the popularity list since 1980; Natalia--also spelled Natalya--is now at Number 120. Heard frequently in Spain,... Read More 

  • Natasha

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    Natasha, an appealing, still exotic name, entered the American mainstream post-Cold War, but seems to have peaked in the eighties; replaced by the more straightforward Natalie. As is common for... Read More 

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