Top Baby Names for Girls

by Emma W.R. on January 7, 2014

Choosing a name for your little girl is a huge decision. This is how she will be known for the entirety of her life. Most parents want something unique, but not anything too crazy either. While the name Sparkle Butterfly might seem adorable on birth announcements for girls, it will be a very different story when she’s all grown up and applying to medical school.

Top Baby Names Girls

If you want your daughter to stand out in a crowd, you may want to avoid any of the names on the list below. However, there are some beautiful names on this list, which would explain their popularity!

Top Baby Names for Girls 2013:

1. Sophia
2. Emma
3. Olivia
4. Isabella
5. Mia
6. Ava
7. Lily
8. Zoe
9. Emily
10. Chloe

Will there be a big change in 2014? Or will these sweet and feminine names continue to reign supreme?

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Chris January 17, 2017 at 4:38 pm

I love the name Olivia also. Isabel is another favorite of mine. Always an exciting time picking the name for your new bundle of joy!

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JoAnna M. September 26, 2016 at 11:16 am

I really like Zoe and Chloe. I’m not sure what Chloe means but Zoe means “life,” I think. Every name selected for a child should have a special meaning, that way your children grows up knowing their life has purpose.

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Jordie December 11, 2015 at 11:08 am

Olivia is my niece’s name. It’s such a beautiful name.

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cmb September 25, 2015 at 12:19 pm

When I found out I was having a baby I was overjoyed. when I found out it was a girl I was elated. The most difficult thing was figuring out what to name her. Luckily her father had one name and but I didn’t like it as a first name. One day it just hit me like a tidal wave…SAVANNAH. It was not only simple but it was easy to pronounce and would look good on a job application. So we settled on Savannah and let her middle name be the one her dad liked. Either way both names are simple

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Heather R January 10, 2014 at 2:05 pm

I have a top baby name for 2014 – TESSIE. Not Terry, or Teresa. Could be TESS also.

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