Girls Names

  1. Aubrey
    • Origin:

      English from French version of German Alberic
    • Meaning:

      "elf ruler"
    • Description:

      Almost like a fusion between vintage Audrey, bubbly Ruby, and unisex Avery, Aubrey has been a popular choice for girls since the mid 2000’s.
  2. Dalton
    • Hallie
      • Origin:

        English
      • Meaning:

        "dweller at the meadow by the manor"
      • Description:

        Hallie -- it rhymes with alley and is not to be confused with Halle or Hailey or Holly -- is one of those comfy nicknamish names that are in favor in these complicated times.
    • Jaxie
      • Karlie
        • Origin:

          Spelling variation of Carly
        • Description:

          Supermodel Karlie Kloss lends this spelling variation some style. Having appeared in the US Top 1000 since 1991, it was in trouble of dropping off completely when it ranked Number 992 in 2009. Since then, however, it has made modest strides back up the list.
      • Kylie
        • Origin:

          Noongar, Scottish
        • Meaning:

          "boomerang; narrow channel"
        • Description:

          Popular pop name, inspired by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was at its height in Australia in the 1970s and early 80s; often cited as a Noongar name meaning "boomerang".
      • Lauren
        • Origin:

          English from Latin
        • Meaning:

          "from Laurentum or bay laurel"
        • Description:

          Lauren was derived from Laurence, an English name from the Roman family name Laurentius, meaning "from Laurentum." Laurentum, an ancient Italian city, got its name from the Latin word laurus, meaning "bay laurel."
      • Macy
        • Origin:

          English surname, variation of Massey
        • Meaning:

          "hill"
        • Description:

          Singer Macy Gray has popularized this cute and upbeat choice—once solely associated with the department store—a modern replacement for Stacy and Tracy.
      • Shania
        • Origin:

          Ojibway
        • Meaning:

          "I'm on my way"
        • Description:

          This obscure Native-American name owes its very life to country singer Shania Twain, who dropped her original name, Eileen, for it.