If You Like Kaitlyn, You Might Love...

Kaitlyn was one of the trendiest baby names for girls over the past few decades, but now you might want to consider one of these alternatives.
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  • Bronwyn

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    One of the loveliest of the Welsh names, striking the perfect balance between being familiar and unusual. In Wales, the female spelling is always Bronwen, but Americans usually see a "y" as... Read More 

  • Callie

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    This Hallie-esque nickname name is starting to dip, while the sleeker, more nouveau Cali is rising. Read More 

  • Cate

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    Time was, even C-starting Catherines who called themselves Kate spelled it with a K, but Cate Blanchett changed all. Cate is now as acceptable as (but not as well used as) Kate. Cait might be... Read More 

  • Fallon

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    Fallon is one of several boyish surname names introduced in the over-the-top 1980s nighttime soap Dynasty: they sounded cutting-edge at the time, but no longer. Read More 

  • Jocelyn

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    Jocelyn has gotten new life and popularity as a result of the current passion for lyn endings. Though it was a male name in medieval times, now Jocelyn couldn't sound more softly feminine.... Read More 

  • Kaitlyn

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    A huge name over the past few decades, Kaitlyn's just started dropping down the charts while others -- the original Caitlin and Kaitlin, for instance -- have been moving down for some time. No... Read More 

  • Kalila

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    The lilting name of a range of mythical mountains, with an extensive menu of spellings, and a more unusual way of fitting in with current favorites Lila and Lola. Read More 

  • Kate

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    Kate, in the headlines via Catherine Middleton, has been as pervasive as Kathy was in the 1950s and 1960s, both as a nickname for Katherine and Kaitlyn and as a strong, classic stand-alone name. ... Read More 

  • Katell

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    Original twist on this classic. Read More 

  • Kathleen

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    Kathleen is the early Irish import version that came between Katherine and Kaitlin, and which hasn't been used in so long it's almost beginning to sound fresh again. It was a surprise pick by one... Read More 

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