Could use some help thinkin up girl names.. Any suggestions ?

Jamie - posted on 10/09/2009 ( 102 moms have responded )

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Recently found out that I am having a lil girl.. Looking for unique names..Any ideas?

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Tracy - posted on 11/19/2009

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I have 2 daughters, Remi and Eboni. They both get comments on their names all the time, especially Remi. Good luck in choosing one for you new arrival!!!

User - posted on 11/17/2009

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I love the name Mary Elizabeth. Elizabeth has alot of pretty variations also- Liz, Liza, Beth, Lizzy. Alot of nickname potential.

Bonnie - posted on 11/17/2009

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Two names that I've heard recently that are unique are Maeve (pronounced mave) and Brielle. Have fun...I always enjoyed choosing my childrens names. Each of them have a family name so by the time I got to 11 it became rather difficult ha ha. Hope it's a little easier for you :)

Amanda - posted on 11/17/2009

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Also a different name, one my friend quite possibly made up for her daughter I think is really pretty is Kynique. Ky like Kyle and nique like unique.

Amanda - posted on 11/17/2009

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My daughters name is Hope, simple and pretty with good meaning, she has always gotten compliments on it and living in the north people always said how nice it was and that the hadn't heard it in so long. We just moved south and she was upset that she might actually go to a school where someone else had her name for once but so far we haven't met another just some people with mother or grandmothers named Hope. She loves it to when at christmas time she can find her name on all sorts of things : )



Oh and then there is my niece who my sister named after our grandmother Lucy .

Amber - posted on 10/22/2009

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These are a few names in our family, and I never hear them.....Alexis Gabrielle (my daughter), Keiona Rachea (pronounced Key-on-a Ra-shay) she is my neice and is named after me, Amber Rachea.

Alexis gets called everything but Alexis tho...Lexy, Lex, Alexa, Gabby, Lexis

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Congrats on having a little girl !! how exciting my little girl is called Chelsea Chanel and i get heaps of compliments and i havent heard it much before either :) hope that helps you out !

Shelby - posted on 10/21/2009

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Arrah...was gonna name ours this if it was a girl but it wasn't so Asher was used instead....my daughter is Hollyn so I like unusual names as well....Torin is also a cool name.

Frances - posted on 10/20/2009

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Congrats on having a baby-girl !...I have 2 daughters and their names are Nicole Lynnette and Amber Marie

But if you want something different and I love this name Dakota Rayne...Best of luck picking out a name and lets us know what you choose :)

Suzanne - posted on 10/20/2009

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Even though we knew we were having a second daughter (first one is Alexandra Verity) we didn't decide until she was an hour old to call no.2, Carla Mollie. I have nieces called Sybilla and Clemence and my gran was Maisie-all lovely names I think. A lady who gave birth same time as me in hospital called her daughter Saffron Tiger-Lily! Not too sure about that one!! Good luck!

Desiree - posted on 10/20/2009

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Quoting Katha:

My name is Katha and I have never met anyone with the name. It is pronounced Kath - uh. I really like my name :)


I like that! Ive never met or even heard the name Katha before.

Katha - posted on 10/20/2009

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My name is Katha and I have never met anyone with the name. It is pronounced Kath - uh. I really like my name :)

Desiree - posted on 10/20/2009

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Congrats!!!! How far along are you? Ive always loved the names Lucianna and Aryanna. Both are strong and feminine names that can be shortened.

Girlio - posted on 10/20/2009

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Quoting Joan:

If my son was a girl, we were going to name him Paige Elizabeth. (we were big Knotts Landing fans at the time :).
Good luck! You will know when you see her what her name should be.


My Step Daughter's name is Paige Elizabeth, but not from Knotts...LOL  But she always has another Paige in her class.

Girlio - posted on 10/20/2009

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Quoting Joan:

If my son was a girl, we were going to name him Paige Elizabeth. (we were big Knotts Landing fans at the time :).
Good luck! You will know when you see her what her name should be.


My Step Daughter's name is Paige Elizabeth, but not from Knotts...LOL  But she always has another Paige in her class.

User - posted on 10/19/2009

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"Mali"

It means Jasmine flower in Thai, Lao, India, And the other country that use Bali Sanskrit language. And she even have her own country. We use this name because it can go well in overseas.

Or Jasmine name isn't bad as well.

Marleen - posted on 10/19/2009

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I love the names Ebony,Sierra,Breanna,Alexis,Jessica,Summer-Rae,...Just a few ideas.

Good luck !

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I love Rien(Ryan), Valerie, Hailey, Brooke, Anya, Maleigha, Sasha, Gwen, Marnie, Caris, Renee, Marilena, Mckenna. Those were my faves! Congratulations and Good luck!

Nicole - posted on 10/18/2009

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Hello! Congrats! When my husband and I were picking names out for our now almost 2 year old, we made 2 choices either Shiann McKenzie or Isabella Raine. But I loved McKenzie. So we went with that. Or you can think of McKenzie Raine. Everyone has their own personality. I hope that helps!

Kate - posted on 10/18/2009

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I love the name Sage, I tlike things that are unique though, try going with an older name, a classic if you will! My daughter's name is Sophia, or you could take a common name and spell it differently! Like Sofia! Gives it more of an exotic twist! Or you can try looking into your heritage and pulling names from that! Have fun!

Tracie - posted on 10/18/2009

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Congratulations! Here are some names that have been favorites of mine.... Janessa, Brooklynn, Isabelle, Belle, Sadie, Samye, Rebekah, Samantha, Addison, Jessalynn.

Karina - posted on 10/17/2009

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hello.......some names that are popular here in australia are......Milla, Violet, Ava (a name we had chosen), Eden, Taylah, Indillia, Oaka, Bella, Alana, Olivia, Matilda, Grayson, Cleo, and Lydia.



hope these help you out......or you may be more confused now than ever....LOL



karina....australia.

Coral - posted on 10/17/2009

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Valerie, Macy, Emerson, Miranda, Alina, Brooklyn, Jodi, Kylie, Lois, Claire, Deidra, Kelsey, Ashlyn, Katrina, Martina. I hope these help!!!

Coral - posted on 10/17/2009

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Valerie, Macy, Emerson, Miranda, Alina, Brooklyn, Jodi, Kylie, Lois, Claire, Deidra, Kelsey, Ashlyn, Katrina, Martina. I hope these help!!!

LaTosha - posted on 10/16/2009

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I like the names Alara Renee and Marlee Denise. Whatever name you choose will be the right one. Congrats!

Allison - posted on 10/16/2009

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my daughter's name is consuelo marie, she goes to school with cylver (pro:silver), matrix, copper, diamond, jazmine, jazlyn, mattisen, hana, river. i always liked lilly, rosalee and constance. you'll have to let us know what you picked

Emily - posted on 10/16/2009

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I wanted a girl. We had a name picked out. I really liked it because it was unique.

Orissa Or-riss-a

Ursula - posted on 10/16/2009

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well a unique name is one that not many people have,my name i think is unique Ursula,i have only came across one other in my life.most people call me urs neices and nephews call me aunt ursie...i like old names myself,my daughter is Julia marie no one in her school had that name she is now 24,i was going to name her Amethyst Nicole or Leah Rena....i like Rose for a middle name,hey now i like Amethyst Rose

(purple rose)

good luck...please post what you name her.

Genna - posted on 10/15/2009

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ok. i had to respond to this one:) we're having a girl too! I think we've finally settled a name for her...it's not the one i picked first, but this is our second girl (3rd child) and i have an opinionated husband. lol. My first choice was Virginia. nickname: ginny. it's derived from the Greek word meaning "pure". This was my great grandma's name and really, you just don't hear it. now, i know it's a state (my husbands objection) but the state was named for a rather famous queen of England. lol. so there's my two cents, btw, the name we agreed on together is: Emelia Rose, nickname of Mia. this name comes from latin, germanic and hebrew origins meaning: industrious, admiring and work of the Lord.

Eileen - posted on 10/15/2009

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I think it is neat that people name their children after their grandparents. My name is Eileen Marie, I was named after a Great Aunt, pronouced i lean there is a spelling with an A it is Alene. Enjoy what ever you pick out. (:

Becky - posted on 10/15/2009

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I love the name Felicity, my husbands cousin lives in Brussels and just named her little girl Felicity Kate...i think its adorable.

Charlene - posted on 10/15/2009

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Georgia - Im glad I only had one girl as I don't think I could have topped it, Marie is her middle name

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We named one of our daughters Selah Rose (Selah is pronounced SAY-lah). She gets complimented on her name wherever we go. :)

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