Unnamed List

  1. Aurora
    • Daisy
      • Genevieve
        • Hazel
          • Calypso
            • Origin:

              Greek
            • Meaning:

              "she who hides"
            • Description:

              This hyper-rhythmic name has two evocative references. In Greek mythology, she was an island nymph, a daughter of Atlas, who delayed Odysseus from returning home. It is also a genre of West Indian music, originating in Trinidad and Tobago and largely popularized in the States by Harry Belafonte.
          • Charlie
            • Origin:

              Diminutive of Charles or Charlotte
            • Meaning:

              "free man"
            • Description:

              Charlie is one of the friendly, tomboyish male nickname names--another is Sam-- now used almost as frequently for girls: in 2015, it ranked higher on the girls list than on the boys list for the first time. That makes Charlie one of the most popular unisex names around today. The name Charlie, for females, has been jumping up the charts since it reappeared, after a 50-year hibernation, in 2005.
          • Dakota
            • Origin:

              Native American tribe and place name; Sioux
            • Meaning:

              "friendly one"
            • Description:

              A Native American tribe name which is found in the names of two US states, Dakota was one of the first trendy nineties place names, but is now flagging a little in popularity. The cultural question around using a Native American tribe name as a baby name may be partly to blame.
          • Dani
            • Origin:

              Hebrew and Italian, diminutive of Daniella, Danielle, Danita
            • Description:

              Short form occasionally used on its own, with an open and friendly androgynous quality.
          • Maebell
            • Maxine
              • Origin:

                Latin
              • Meaning:

                "greatest"
              • Description:

                With the success of all names Max, from Max itself to Maxwell to Maxfield to Maximilian, it's just possible that Maxine could be lured away from her mah-jongg game at the clubhouse and into the nursery. She's already been chosen by hip musician Nick Hexum for his daughter, sister to Echo.
            • Milo
              • Origin:

                Latin and Old German
              • Meaning:

                "soldier or merciful"
              • Description:

                Milo is most commonly considered to be Germanic name derived from the Latin word miles, meaning "soldier." However, there is evidence to suggest it also may have independently spawned from the Slavic root milu, meaning "merciful." Milo predates brother name Miles, a variation that evolved when the name immigrated to the British Isles in the Middle Ages. Mylo is an alternate spelling.
            • Nico
              • Origin:

                Italian diminutive of Nicholas, Greek
              • Meaning:

                "people of victory"
              • Description:

                Nico is one of the great nickname names, full of charm, energy and effortless cool -- a neo Nick.
            • Niko
              • Origin:

                Finnish variation of Nichoals; diminutive of Nikolaos, Greek
              • Meaning:

                "victory of the people"
              • Description:

                Niko has been rising up the US popularity list for boys since the early 2000s, and floated lazily along at the bottom of the list since the 1980s.
            • Teddi
              • Origin:

                Short form of Theodora
              • Description:

                Now that Theodora (and Dorothea) are back, the adorable Teddi might work again for a baby girl.
            • Willow
              • Origin:

                English nature name
              • Meaning:

                "willow tree"
              • Description:

                An ancient tree that figures in literature from Shakespeare to Harry Potter and is believed to possess magical powers, Willow is a lovely name, as graceful as its inspiration.