From lovely Layla to luminous Luna, we have a ton of great L names here—one of which is bound to be perfect for your little lady.
Charmingly old-fashioned names are having their day and Lila is no exception. It's truly a multicultural name with Persian... Read More
Not only is this the most popular of all flower names, it's the name of a famous comedienne, the name of Harry Potter's "mum,"... Read More
Lisa is a short version of the ever popular Elizabeth. It hit an all-time popularity high in the 70s when Elvis named his... Read More
Laura is your classic "classic name." It will never be too trendy, it will never sound outdated and it has literary mentions... Read More
Leah has a downer of a meaning, "weary," and it's no wonder. In the Bible, Jacob really wanted to marry Rachel but was tricked... Read More
Lynn is a vintage girls' name that had it's moment in the spotlight around the 1950s and 1960s, and has been stagnant ever... Read More
Give me Liberty, or give me...another name? A patriotic name if there ever was one, Liberty has never been a very popular... Read More
Lee is an old-fashioned unisex name that is now more commonly used as a middle name, if at all. It is also a common surname... Read More
Layla is a lyrical name that's taken huge leaps and bounds to establish its presence as a top girl name. Of Arabic origin... Read More
Latin: Light; a vernacular form of Lucia, the feminine form of Lucius
Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets—and apparently Lola wanted a jump in popularity. While the "lady of sorrows" meaning isn't... Read More
Spanish: Pretty; may also refer to the linden, an ornamental shade tree also used for medicinal purposes
English: Variant of Lilian derived from the flower name Lily; symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty
German: Renowned warrior; feminine form of Louis
Hawaiian: Child of heaven, heavenly flowers
Despite its delicate and feminine association, this name is borne of a hostile invasion. Lacy—and its variants—come from... Read More
Laurel is a woodsy, botanical alternative to Laura and Lauren. Not surprisingly, this name comes from the laurel tree, a... Read More
A variation of Lindsay, both spellings are now past their prime and beginning to sound dated. Read More
English: Island of linden trees
Arabic: Born at night, nightfall; Qays, a seventh-century Arab poet, named the central character in his poems Laila.
Latin: Light; the feminine form of Lucius
Assyrian: Of the night; Lilith is the name of a demon in ancient Assyrian mythology; she is said to have been Adam''''s first wife...
English: The lily is a flower symbolic of innocence, purity, and beauty.
Hawaiian: Mythological goddess of canoe builders
French: From Lorraine, the name of a province in France and a French royal family
English: The laurel or sweet bay tree is symbolic of honor and victory; old name with many variants.
Lyla with a Y has been fortunate enough to ride on the coattails of the über-popular Lila with an I, all the way to the... Read More