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  1. Anniston
    • Origin:

      English surname and American place name
    • Meaning:

      "Anis' town"
    • Description:

      Actor couple Chyler Leigh and Nathan West added this one to the lexicon when they adapted the surname of actress Jennifer Aniston as their daughter's first name. Aniston, which theoretically might mean "Anis' town," (Anis is a medieval form of Agnes) was actually Anglicized from the Greek Anastasopoulos. With its similarity to both Addison and Anna and its relationship to the attractive star, Anniston is taking off a la Jolie.
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      • Delilah
        • Origin:

          Hebrew or Arabic
        • Meaning:

          "delicate"
        • Description:

          Melodic and lively, Delilah has cut itself (mostly) free from its treacherous past to become a contemporary favorite.
      • Maisie
        • Origin:

          Scottish diminutive of Margaret or Mary
        • Meaning:

          "pearl or bitter"
        • Description:

          Maisie, a charming name long popular as a nickname for Margaret or Mary, entered the Top 1000 as itself ten years ago and continues to rise. Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams helped propel the name back into the limelight, along with the that of her character, Arya.
      • Monroe
        • Origin:

          Scottish
        • Meaning:

          "mouth of the Roe river"
        • Description:

          Monroe is a presidential name which, thanks to the immortal beauty of Marilyn Monroe, is catching on fast for baby girls. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon chose it for their twin daughter, honoring Marilyn Monroe. Their use of Monroe as a girls’ name did much to revive this Old Man name, a la Sydney, as a newly fashionable choice for girls.
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        • Presley
          • Origin:

            English
          • Meaning:

            "priest's meadow"
          • Description:

            Presley is a much more popular name for little girls than you might think, entering the charts as a girls' name in 1998 and hovering around Number 200 for the last decade.
        • Stella
          • Origin:

            Latin
          • Meaning:

            "star"
          • Description:

            Stella is a name with star quality and sparkle, that manages to sound both ethereal and earthy. Celestial but not otherworldly, it lands somewhere between the popular Ella and bold Seraphina.
        • Taryn
          • Origin:

            Irish, variation of Tara
          • Meaning:

            "rocky hill"
          • Description:

            Taryn is an offshoot of Tara that has a variety of meanings in a variety of cultures. In 1953, Taryn was presented to the public as an invention by actors Tyrone Power and Linda Christian for their daughter's name, at which point it gained a short spurt of popularity. Taryn returned to the Top 1000 in 1974, peaking in the 1980s, and has remained on the list ever since.
        • Valerie
          • Origin:

            French variation of Valeria
          • Meaning:

            "strength, health"
          • Description:

            The name of a martyred medieval saint, Valerie has been on the popularity list since its earliest publication in 1880. Though it peaked in the 1960s, remaining in the Top 100 until 1988, it still doesn't sound terminally dated; the association with the word valor gives it a sense of boldness and makes it one of the special group of girl names that mean strong.
        • Violet
          • Origin:

            English from Latin
          • Meaning:

            "purple"
          • Description:

            Violet is soft and sweet, yet with a vivacious edge.