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Top 25 Baby Girl Names of 2018

by | December 11, 2018

The results are in! Check out this list of the Top 25 Baby Girl Names of 2018! Complete with their meanings and origins, this list will help you stay on trend! Or, if you want to go against the flow, which names to avoid.

  • Emma (German) Derived from the word “ermen” meaning “universal” or “whole.”
  • Olivia (Latin) The féminine form of Oliver, meaning “olive branch.”
  • Ava (Hebrew) Taken from the Hebrew name Eve. Its Latin origin means “bird.”
  • Isabella (Hebrew) A variation of both Elizabeth and Isabel meaning “devoted to God.”
  • Sophia (Greek) Meaning “skill” or “wisdom.”
  • Mia (Latin) This shortened form of Maria means “mine.”
  • Amelia (Hebrew) Meaning “work of the Lord.”
  • Charlotte (French) Taken from the French male’s name Charles, meaning “free man.”
  • Abigail (Hebrew) Meaning “father’s joy.”
  • Emily (Latin) Means “industrious” and “striving.”

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  • Harper (English) Taken from the surname “Harp,” which was the occupational name for one who played the harp.
  • Evelyn (Celtic) Meaning “beauty” or “radiance.”
  • Madison (English) Taken from the surname meaning “Mad’s son” Mad was a popular nickname for Matthew, Meaning “gift of God.”
  • Victoria (Latin) Meaning “victory” or “to conquer.”
  • Scarlet (English) Derived from the occupational surname for one who sold cloth made of scarlet.
  • Aria (Latin) Meaning “lion of God.”
  • Elizabeth (Hebrew) Meaning “oath of God.”
  • Camila (French) The feminine form of Camillus, meaning “free-born” or “noble.”
  • Layla (Arabic) While this name has many interpretations, the most popular meaning is “dark beauty.”
  • Ella (English) A variation of the name Ellen, meaning “beautiful fairy.”
  • Chloe (Greek) Meaning “blooming” or “young green shoot” this ancient name was taken from the Greek “Khloe” which is used to represent the Goddess of Fertility, Demeter.
  • Zoey (Greek) Meaning “life.”
  • Penelope (Greek) In Greek mythology, Penelope was the wife of Odysseus, and her name represents both fidelity and devotion.
  • Skylar (English) Meaning “love,” “beauty” and “eternal life.”
  • Grace (Latin) Taken from the Latin word “gratia” meaning “favor” or “thanks.”

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