The Most Beautiful Names for 2013

I have been obsessed with baby names for as long as I can remember, and out of all the names that are trending and not trending for the 2013 baby, these are the best I can come up with. - Created by amcarlton1

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  • Arabella

    This name was commonly used in fairy tales, mythology, and by the aristocracy until it started trending a couple years ago thanks to Ivanka Trump. Nickname win: Bella, Arie, Belle.

  • Aurora

    The meaning is dawn. Nickname win: Rory.

  • Bennett

    Literary, fresh take on the classic name Ben.

  • Charlotte

    Nickname win: Charlie, Lottie. Literary with Charlotte Bronte, it's also a place name.

  • Cornelia

    Cordelia is trending and has the possiblity of the horrible nickname Cordy. But Cornelia sounds more intelligent, is less frequently used and has the cuter nickname possibilities: Cora, Nellie, Nell.

  • Evelyn

    Nickname win: Evie, Eve

  • Felix

    It's been around for ages but is seldom put to use, and that's too bad because it packs a powerful punch, is light and beautiful. Also nickname proof.

  • Finnegan

    Reference: Finnegan's Wake by James Joyce. Nickname win: Finn.

  • Fiona

    Irish and super beautiful.

  • Gatsby

    Gatsby is recognizably literary with reference to a brilliant character who is all goodness and love.

  • Hermione

    Nickname proof with a plethora of literary allusions. Hermione Granger, Hermione from A Winter's Tale and in Greek Myth.

  • Holden

    Literary, sweet and thoughtful. Holden is nickname proof.

  • Luca

    Feminine and poetic. Luca is a modern man.

  • Lucia

    Lucy is super cute and it's literary from E.M. Forster's A Room with a View.

  • Quentin

    Thoughtful, intelligent and original. Virginia Woolf's nephew was named Quentin.

  • Sebastian

    Nickname win: Bastian, Baz and Seb.

  • Shiloh

    Sweet and kind with adorable nickname Shy.

  • Tennessee

    Poetic, with literary connotations to playwright Tennessee Williams. Nickname win: Tenny, Tenn.

  • Winifred

    Nickname win: Winnie, Freddie, Freda, Wina, Win

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