Best Baby Girl Names in 2018
Congratulations! You have just found out that your new bundle of joy is a cute little baby girl and you couldn't be happier about it, could you? You have done up the nursery in pinks, violets and other flamboyant pastels, chosen a nice set of farm animals theme for the wallpaper, picked up a pink colored crib and matching bedding, almost bought out the baby clothes section of a couple of department stores and had an awesome time choosing tiny frocks and onesies with frills and flounces, pink booties and of course matching hair bands.
There is just one thing that you haven't been able to decide and that is the name of your doll. Her name is her identity and something that will stick with her for life. You don't want to go wrong there. A hundred thoughts run through your head while you flit through a list of potential names. It should be unique, have a nice meaning, easy to pronounce etc. Some of you may want the name to start with a particular letter - depending on what you or your partner or your other child/children's' names start with. Some of you may believe in astrology and hence want a four lettered name. Yet some of you may want a unique name -something that has not been used by your family and friends.
We have compiled a list of the most popular baby girl names of 2018. We have tried to be as varied as possible. Once you read through this, maybe you will have a clearer idea of what you want to name your baby girl.
- If you are looking for short and easy to pronounce names having a Latin origin you could consider names like Emma, Olivia, Mia, Emily, Victoria, Aria, Grace, Bella, Luna, Natalie, Aurora, Violet, Claire, Emilia, Valentina, Lucy, Julia or Nora.
- If you have a fondness for Greek mythology and want your baby girl's name to have a Greek origin, you could consider names like Lydia, Sophie, Athena, Arianna, Elena, Melanie, Alexa, Zoe, Chloe, Zoey, Penelope or Sophia.
- If you have always been fond of the mythical Hebrew language, you might want to pick a name having Hebrew origins for your precious bundle of joy. You could look at names like Ava, Isabella, Amelia, Abigail, Lillian, Aaliyah, Leah, Hannah, Sarah, Gianna, Madeline, Eleanor, Sadie, Delilah or Naomi.
- If you want to avoid all other origins and settle down for a simple name of English origin, you could consider naming your doll one of the below names. Willow, Faith, Adalyn, Hazel, Samantha, Hailey, Nevaeh, Brooklyn, Savannah, Lily, Scarlet or Madison.
- If you are fond of the Indian culture, there are some really pretty Indian names you could opt for. Not all Indian names are long and complex to pronounce. Here are a few short and unique Indian baby girl names. You could call her Ahana which means the very first days of morning sunshine, Kavya which means poetry, Khushi which stands for happiness, Mahika which means dew drops, Myra which means, Pari which means a fairy or Pihu which means a beautiful peahen.
The above list covers the most popular baby girl names of different origins. You will find names starting from a large majority of alphabets in this list. Choosing a name for your little doll is and should be a fun exercise. Don't let the sheer choice of names available overwhelm you. Think over it with a calm mind, discuss and debate and you are sure to find the best-suited name for your baby girl. Good luck and congratulations again!
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