Category: top baby girl names
What are the most popular baby girl names of 2016? Here we highlight the Top 25, from Number 1 Emma to newcomers Riley and Aria to the traditional Elizabeth, hanging in at Number 13. The popular names for girls this year featured some major changes, with Ava, for example, moving in to the Top 3 for the first time and Madison, which rose as high as Number 2 a few years back, tumbling down to Number 15. Yet many of the most popular baby girl names stayed the same, with recent favorites such as Emma, Sophia, Olivia, and Isabella remaining near the top of the popularity list.
Click through the slideshow below to see the full Top 25.
Nameberry’s top girl names 2011 is our definitive look at which girls’ names attracted the most views on our site this year.
Think of it as a predictor for which names parents will choose for their baby girls in the future, rather than what they named their daughters last year.
The Nameberry Top 10 rankings are very different from the national Social Security list, with not a single crossover on the girls’ list. In fact, for example, the nation’s seventh most popular name, Madison, is not even in Nameberry’s Top 100.
Tomorrow we’ll bring you the boys’ popularity list, which includes bigger news than on the girls’ list. Plus this year, we’ve compiled a separate list of popular unisex names, which we’ll run on Thursday. One note here: Unisex names Harper and Quinn were both very popular for girls, and so by some rights should be included high up on the girls’ top 100.
Be sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the list where we’re announcing a new contest: Can you guess which name was #101 on Nameberry in 2011 for both girls and boys?
Here, then, the Nameberry top girl names 2011.
Nameberry’s Top 100 Girls’ Names, 2011
up significantly over 2010
This week, Nameberry Style columnist Elisabeth Wilborn, of You Can’t Call It It and The Itsy Factor, waves her magic wand over the girls’ top 100 list and transforms overly-popular names with chic new alternatives.
But if you seek a more rare, chic alternative for your little one, play this game with me. Ask yourself, is it the sound that makes you fall in love with a name? Is it the fact that it honors your heritage? Perhaps it’s the meaning? Whatever the names’ deepest appeal, there may be another, less popular option that will satisfy you.
I had fun with this list, maybe even more so than with the boys’ names because there are just so many viable options to choose from.
How would you amp up the style of the girls’ names from the top of the chart, and are there any that you’re too in love with to change?