Girl Baby Names Moving Up Fast

Baby girl names moving quickly up the popularity ladder include the following. Expectant parents who are looking for a girls' name for the first time, be warned: Many of these names may seem strange and unusual to you. But according to statistics, all these names for girls are becoming more popular in recent years.

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  • Gemma

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    Gemma is a jewel of a name, an Italian classic that was very popular in 1980s England, but has only recently been started to be used here; it entered Read More 

  • Genevieve

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    Genevieve is a perfect choice for anyone who wants to retain the gen sound but is tired of all the overused Jen names. The medieval saint Genevieve, patroness of Paris, defended the city against... Read More 

  • Georgia

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    Georgia is so rich, lush and luscious, it's almost irresistible. Georgia's now a rising star among the feminizations of George, helped by associations with the southern state (named for British... Read More 

  • Gia

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    Gia is a cute if slight name that calls to mind stylish sisters Mia, Lea, Pia, Tia, and Nia. One of the most familiar Italian baby... Read More 

  • Giovanna

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    Like Galilea and Livia, one of the Italian names that fashionable American parents—with or without Italian roots—have started to choose for their daughters. It has endured ups and downs since... Read More 

  • Giuliana

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    Italian names like Gianna, Giovanna, Giulia, and Giuliana are being used increasingly by trendy baby namers—whether they have Italian roots or not.Read More 

  • Gracelyn

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    This name, which clocked in at Number 357 on last year's list, is a combination of the traditional Grace and popular suffix -lyn. It climbed over more than 400 spots in the last decade, likely due... Read More 

  • Gwen

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    While Gwen may have originated as a short form of Gwendolen and Gwendolyn, these days it frequently stands on its own. Rocker Gwen Stefani has given it a shot of cool, and parents are choosing it... Read More 

  • Gwyneth

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    Because of Gwyneth Paltrow, this has almost become a one-person name, but not in the prohibitive there's-only-one-Oprah sense. Also seen as Gwenyth and Gweneth, this mellifluous appellation is... Read More 

  • Hadlee

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    This extra-trendy -ee suffix is one of the fastest-rising spelling configurations, with Hadlee riding the wave of Hadley's popularity. It entered the US Top 1000 in 2013 and now ranks Number 720.Read More 

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