If you're looking for an All-American baby girl name for your future patriot, you're not alone. The classics from around the 50 states never go out of style.
All-American girl names have seen a resurgence among today's parents who are looking for names that are classic and beautiful. Here's a look at the biggest names for your All-American girl.
Each year, the Social Security Administration rounds up the top baby names taken from birth certificates in America. These 10 almost always make the top:
The Social Security Administration also compiled the top names over the last 100 years, between 1911 and 2010. If you are looking for a classic All-American name, this list if for you. Check out the top most popular girl names in the USA from the past 100 years.
Pop culture has long had an influence on baby names. Thanks to the popular HBO show Game of Thrones, the name girl name Arya (after the character Arya Stark) is red hot, and of course Elsa and Anna, from the popular movie Frozen, are more popular than ever. If you are looking for a unique and trendy girl name, this list is for you!
Check out the hottest new baby girl names in the US:
What's old is new again! If you want a girl's name that is not as popular, check out some of our picks of American names from the past decades, including the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. You are sure to love these old fashioned, yet truly American baby girl names.
The Pilgrims were the first settlers in America -- and they had some beautiful and meaningful names. Many of these names were virtue names, meaning the names were also a characteristic they hoped their child would also have. Consider using these early American baby names as a first or even a middle name for your baby girl.
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