Zoya nail polish part 2

Update on the popular Zoya nail polish list, since first posted there as been hundreds of added names I've missed. All even more unexpected and trendy. Best of all you can buy a polish for your daughter that has her name!
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    • Aggie
      • Origin:

        English, diminutive of Agatha and Agnes
      • Description:

        Mauve-tinted nickname with vintage charm that could just follow in the footsteps of ABBIE. More prominent now as the nickname for the Texas A&M sports teams.
    • Alyssa
      • Origin:

        English variation of Alicia
      • Meaning:

        "noble"
      • Description:

        Alyssa was in the Top 20 from 1997-2010 and peaked as the 11th most popular girls’ name in 1998 and 1999 but has become less popular in recent years. It's related to the flower alyssum as well as to the classic Alice and variants. Alyssa Milano helped give it a bounce back when she was still a child sitcom star.
    • Anja
      • Origin:

        Russian variation of Anna
      • Meaning:

        "grace"
      • Description:

        Anja is one of the most internatioanl of several versions of Ann/Anna now being imported, also including Anya and Annika.
    • Arbor
      • Origin:

        Nature name
      • Description:

        Arbor is an original unisex tree-related choice we're sure to hear more of. Highly unusual now, Arbor takes its place alongside other new arborial names ranging from the mighty Oak (or Oakley) to the more delicate Birch to the more flowery Juniper, Acacia, and Hazel.
    • Arie
      • Origin:

        Variation of Ari
      • Meaning:

        "lion of God"
      • Description:

        This spelling variation of trending unisex Ari — both diminutives of Hebrew Ariel — means "lion of God".
    • Amira
      • Bevin
        • Origin:

          Irish Gaelic
        • Meaning:

          "fair lady, white lady"
        • Description:

          The traditional Irish girl's name Bevin – an Anglicization of Bébhinn – is rarely heard outside the Emerald Isle, but could make an fresh and fashionable namesake for an Aunt Beverly.
      • Blake
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "fair-haired, dark"
        • Description:

          The unisex Blake, which indeed has two conflicting meanings, has a briskly efficient image when used for a girl.
      • Brooklyn
        • Origin:

          Place-name from Dutch
        • Meaning:

          "marshland"
        • Description:

          Extreme makeover: Brooklyn has gone from jokey Borough Boy name in the 1990s to a leading girls' name starting with B. The status of New York's Brooklyn as hipster heaven is ironic as few bona fide Brooklyn hipsters would choose this name.
      • Carson
        • Origin:

          English and Scottish surname
        • Meaning:

          "son of the marsh dwellers"
        • Description:

          Very popular surname choice — it's in the Boys' Top 100 — beginning to catch on for girls. First female association: novelist Carson McCullers.
      • Cece
        • Origin:

          Short form of Cecelia, Latin
        • Meaning:

          "blind"
        • Description:

          Cece, all by itself, gained notice as the nickname of Jim and Pam's baby on television's The Office. On the show as in real life, Cece is often short for Cecelia or even Cecilia, but it can also be a short form of just about any C name. Cece -- or, less elegantly, CeCe -- can also be a stylish nickname name used all by itself, ala Coco and Lulu. If you really love girl names starting with C, this is one way to express your devotion every time you say your daughter's name!
      • Charla
        • Origin:

          Variation of Charlotte, French
        • Meaning:

          "free man"
        • Description:

          Charlotte is a Top 10 name now and Charlie is hugely popular for both girls and boys, along with Charlee, Charli, Charleigh, and Charley for girls. So why does Charla have none of this fashion power? Only five baby girls were named Charla in the US last year.
      • Clair
        • Claudine
          • Origin:

            French feminine variation of Claude
          • Description:

            There are much chicer versions of this name today, such as Claudie, Claudia, or Claude itself. Claudine is a name wobbling on the edge of extinction.
        • Coco
          • Origin:

            Spanish and French pet name
          • Description:

            Coco came to prominence as the nickname of the legendary French designer Chanel (born Gabrielle) and has lately become a starbaby favorite, initially chosen by Courteney Cox for her daughter Coco Riley in 2004. At first it was the kind of name that the press loves to ridicule, but we predict Coco's heading for more broad acceptance and even popularity.
        • Cynthia
          • Origin:

            Greek
          • Meaning:

            "moon goddess or, woman from Kynthos"
          • Description:

            Cynthia is an attractive name -- in classical mythology an epithet for Artemis or Diana -- that was so overexposed in the middle of the twentieth century, along with its nickname Cindy, that it fell into a period of benign neglect, but now is ripe for reconsideration in its full form.
        • Chiara
          • Darby
            • Origin:

              Irish or Norse, "free from envy, or, from the deer estate"
            • Meaning:

              "free from envy, or, from the deer estate"
            • Description:

              Once a common boys' name in Ireland (e. g. , Darby O'Gill and the Little People), the dynamic Darby now has a definite unisex feel. Actor Paul Rudd has a young daughter named Darby.
          • Darcy
            • Origin:

              Irish or French
            • Meaning:

              "dark one, or from Arcy, or from the fortress"
            • Description:

              Delicate ballerina name with grace, charm, and heft courtesy of Jane Austen's Mr.