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Trying to pick a name for your future daughter? From the popular—like Olivia, Isabella, or Sophia—to something a little more unique (Apple?), look no further! We’ve got all the top girl names—and a few you probably haven’t heard before.

 

Aada

Finnish Origin

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Aallotar

Finnish: Lady of the waves

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Abby

American: Gives joy, my father rejoices; a familiar form of Abigail

Hebrew Origin

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Abdera

Greek: Place name of a town in Greece

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Abedabun

Native American: Sight of day (Cheyenne)

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Abena

African: Born on Tuesday

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Abequa

Native American: Stays at home (Cheyenne)

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Aberfa

Welsh: From the mouth of the river

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Abhirati

Hindi: Mother of five hundred children; a mother goddess

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Abhy

Hebrew Origin

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Abigail

Long considered a bit of an old-fashioned name, Abigail is coming back with the retro-cool vengence of other "vintage" names... Read more about Abigail

Abilene

American: City in Texas

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Abir

Arabic: Fragrant or numerous

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Abra

Arabic: Lesson

Hebrew: Mother of many nations; a feminine form of Abraham

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Abree

Italian Origin

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Abri

Italian Origin

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Abrielle

Abrielle is a gorgeous name that combines the grace of Gabrielle with the spunkiness of Ariel. Pronounced a-bree-EHL, it... Read more about Abrielle

Abril

Spanish Origin

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Acacia

Greek: Thorny; In Greek mythology, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection. Acacia wood was used in the Bible to...

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Academia

Latin: Named for Cicero''s villa

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Acadia

The descendants of the Arcadians settled in Lousiana and became known as Cajuns. Read more about Acadia

Acantha

Greek: Sharp, pointed, or thorned

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Accalia

Latin: Meaning uncertain; possibly derived from Acca Larentia, the mythological she-wolf who nursed the twins Remus and Romulus

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