Category: unique baby girl names
By Esmeralda Rocha
We at Nameberry are always combing works of literature, global popularity lists, and your suggestions to find names to add to the Nameberry database. We thought we’d bring you the highlights of our most recent efforts in a two-part blog. Custom says ladies first, so here are 11 of our favorite recently added girls’ names.
But we’ve got a quieter, less obvious, but potentially more interesting list for you: those girls’ names that don’t make the Top 100 but that are attracting a dramatic rise in interest this summer over last.
Some of the names here bear a relationship to those on the most popular list: Aveline instead of Adeline, for instance, or Indigo rather than Scarlett, or Clover as opposed to Ivy or Poppy. While not all of these names are destined for future popularity, the baby namer in search of a name that will feel as fresh in ten years as it does today should take heed.
Our list of secretly popular girls’ names 2011 (look for the boys’ list next week):