Choosing a name for a baby can be a very stressful and tedious process, but for whatever reason, choosing a girl’s name can become a real ordeal. Perhaps the reason is that there are more than two million female first names. It doesn’t take into account the names that some creative or creative parents don’t come across every day. From traditional to modern, the choice of girl names is almost endless.
While there are many books and websites out there with new and unique names, instead of simplifying the process, sometimes they make the decision more difficult!This article will not solve your search for the perfect name, it will give you a summary of the most popular girl names, their meanings and a little background information. Here are the five most popular girl names and their meanings: More baby girl names that start with z.
- Isabella While this name is not widely used in the United States, it is one of the most popular names in other parts of the world, admired and preferred by many parents. The name means “My God is a vow”, but in choosing it, parents do not emphasize much on its religious aspect. It has Dutch, English, Spanish and Italian origins. There were many queens who were named Isabella.The name has stood the test of time and is still one of the most popular girl names in Spain, Italy and other parts of Europe today. More girl names z.
• Emma Emma is the short version of Emily and has become one of the most popular girl names in America of late. Although the name was originally created in Germany, it is used in English, French, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, and Armenian. The name became popular under the title of Flaubert’s heroine Emma Bovary and means “universal”. One of the reasons this name is so popular is that it is cute enough for a girl and elegant enough for a grown woman. See more name start with z.
- Olivia Olivia is one of the most popular names in English-speaking countries and is used by many famous people and celebrities. The name was originally invented by Shakespeare and was supposed to be the feminine version of Oliver. The name has a Latin origin and means “Olive” so that Olivia is often considered as a symbol of peace. It was the fifth most popular name in 2009. It is used in English and German-speaking countries.
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