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Predicted Top 25 Baby Girl Names 2019

by | December 14, 2018

While some of the most popular names, like Emma and Charlotte, aren’t going anywhere soon, we’re expecting some fun new trends in baby girl names 2019! Here are 25 trendy names to look out for in the new year.

  • Ariana (Persian) Taken from the Sanskrit word Aryānā, meaning “the land of the Aryans.”
  • Madison (English) Meaning “Son of Matthew,” traditionally a boy’s name, it has become increasingly popular as a girl’s name and has taken on the more open meaning, “Child of Matthew.”
  • Chloe (Greek) Derived from the Greek Goddess Demeter, also known as Khlóē, which means “fertility” or “blooming.”
  • Haley (English) Was originally an occupational name meaning, “one who clears hay.” It has become increasingly popular since the mid-1900s.


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  • Kaitlin (Irish) The name Kaitlin will never really go out of style, but it has definitely been making a strong comeback in the past few years. While there are a few different origin stories, Kaitlin is thought to mean “pure.”
  • Brianna (English) Derived from the Irish boy’s name Brian, Brianna first came onto the scene in 16th century England. It means “Strong.”
  • Avery (French) Meaning “wise,” Avery was first used as a masculine name but is now mostly used for girls.
  • Bella (Latin) With different variations in all of the Romance languages, Bella/Belle means “beautiful” in each one!
  • Scarlet (English) Traditionally an occupational surname meaning “one who sells cloth made of scarlet.”
  • Patience (English) A literal reference to the virtue of patience; it was first used as a given name in the 1600s by the Puritans.

What do you think will be the popular baby girl names 2019? 

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  • Delilah (Hebrew) Meaning “amorous” and “delightful,” this ancient name can be traced back all the way to the Old Testament of the Bible. Delilah tricked Samson into revealing the secret to his incredible strength and then betrayed him.
  • Pearl (Latin) This old classic means “precious,” which is the perfect name for any sweet new babe!
  • Millie (Latin) Meaning “servant for the temple,” it is derived from the name Camillus or Camilla, a warrior queen in Roman mythology.
  • Charlie (English) While traditionally a boy’s name, Charlie is becoming more and more popular as a girl’s name as either a shortened form of Charlotte or by itself. Charlie, derived from Charles, means “man.” It is the English form of the Germanic name Karl.
  • Emilia (Latin) Derived from the Latin name Aemilia, the feminine form of Aemilius, meaning “to rival” or “excel.”
  • Harper (Scottish) This unisex baby name was originally an occupational name meaning “one who plays the harp,”
  • Ruby (English) Dating back to the Victorian era, the name Ruby is a reference to the popular gemstone. The name is derived from the Latin word for red, ruber.
  • Ella (Hebrew) Meaning “goddess.” The name may also be derived from the ancient name for the country of Greece, Hellas.
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Baby Girl Names 2019

  • Ava (Latin) Derived from the Latin word avis, meaning bird. It also has roots connecting it to the Hebrew name “Chava,” which is the Hebrew name for Eve, and a predicted as a popular baby girl names 2019
  • Evelyn (English) Similar to the Latin “Ava” this English version means “beautiful bird.”
  • Grace (English) A direct reference to the virtue of being gracious, Grace is derived from the Latin word gratia, which means “God’s Favor.”
  • Matilda (German) Meaning “strong in battle,” Matilda made a comeback in the early 2000s and has been climbing the charts ever since.
  • Lila (Arabic) A different take on the name “Leila,” Lila is a derivative of the Arabic word for night, or dark.
  • Eloise (English) Derived from the French name Héloïse, meaning “healthy” and “wide.”
  • Hadley (English) An Old English term for a field of Heather. This adorable name has been gaining popularity ever since 2012.
Claire Chartrand

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