Baby girl names from The Twilight Saga, The Hunger Games and Harry Potter have ruled the name charts, however girl names from classic novels hold a soft spot in the hearts of parents, as well.
Perhaps some of these songs hold a special memory or meaning to you — or perhaps you are raising the next musical superstar? Check out these popular baby girl names from songs.
Biblical baby girl names are always popular because not only are they meaningful, but many of these classics never go out of style.
Celebrity moms love unique names when naming their daughters, including Beyonce’s daughter Blue, Jessica Simpson's gender-bending name, Gwyneth Paltrow’s fruity name and Chef Jamie Oliver’s love of flowers.
After Isabella nabbing the top spot for two years in a row, Sophia is the new most popular baby girl name in 2011! Briella and Angelique are the girl names moving up the chart the fastest. Check out the top 10 most popular in 2011:
Isabella was the most popular baby girl name in 2009 and while no new names were added to the list, the order changed slightly. Isabella, Emma, Olivia, Sophia and Ava were the top five names of the year. Check out more popular girl names in 2009:
The most popular baby girl name in 2008 was Emma, followed by Isabella, Emily and Madison. Elizabeth replaced the name Mia in this year’s top 10 compared to last year. What other names were popular in 2008?
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