Category: girl names
By Joe Satran
Nice girls don’t always finish last — at least when it comes to baby names.
Sure, many newly fashionable girls’ names are either tomboyish (Avery, Harper, Brooklyn) or opulently feminine (Sophia and Isabella). But a countervailing trend is starting to emerge. In the past few years, girls’ names with a distinctly sweet image have started to gain favor with discerning parents.
They love surname names, but can’t agree on the right one for their December daughter.
The Name Sage replies:
These lovely creatures are standouts among the kree8tiv spellings and strange inventions that also rank among contemporary names.
If you’re looking for a name for your baby girl that’s short, sweet, and unique, consider these excellent choices, all so unusual they’re below the US Top 1000 Baby Names.
by Joe Satran
You know those baby names you feel like you’ve never heard before and then suddenly seem to be everywhere? It’s not an illusion: Some names come from seemingly nowhere to explode onto the scene, like the girls’ names here, up dramatically in usage over the past ten years. Here, the 25 hottest names for baby girls and how much they’ve increased from 2006 to 2016.
By Abby Sandel
When we talk modern girl names, we’re often thinking about picks like Harper and Sloane, or Willow and Sage. They’re surname names and word names, choices that trend girl, but could just as easily be given to boys. Tailored and trim, these unique baby names feel right at home in the twenty-first century, even though many have roots in ages past.
But there’s another class of modern girl names. They’re novel – at least in the English-speaking world – and yet they’re traditionally feminine in sound.
But the dominant quality of romantic girl names? They’re just plain pretty. With warm weather arriving, these are the sundresses of baby names.