Girls Names PLEASE!!

Amanda - posted on 08/04/2009 ( 396 moms have responded )

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I am 32 weeks pregnant and have yet to pick a name for our daughter. I feel like I am running out of time!! Please help!



We like names you don't hear alot, but aren't scarring to our children in the future. Something classic.

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Melissa - posted on 08/11/2009

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If my son (Jaxon) was born a girl, I would've chosen the name Sophia (Sophie) Madeleine. Sophie has become super popular lately, but I think names are just like fashion -- they always make a "come back" and repeat themselves :) I also like the names Peyton, Cambria, Avery and Anison. Good luck to you..

Rebeka - posted on 08/11/2009

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Isn't ti funny how we all have dream names then 'end up with' something else... darn hubbies!!!

Nikii - posted on 08/11/2009

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I just met a woman and her name is Khatera. I have never heard it before and I thought it was so pretty.

Rebeka - posted on 08/11/2009

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Girls under 16 in our family are: Emma, Olivia, Angelina, Jasmine, Caitlin.

I named our girl Angelina in 2007 and have only just met 1 other girl (same age) with that name, everyone comments on it being a lovely traditional name.

Jo - posted on 08/11/2009

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murrin (old scottish) say it as u see it mur-r-in. my beautiful daughter, picked from the movie braveheart. william wallace's secret wife ( the girl who had her throat cut :( )

J - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughter's name is Ariana - but I really wanted Isabelle - something different! =)

Mandi - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughter has a very different name and we get lots of compliments on it, it is Mandalyn Jane, I wanted her middle name to be Jade, but my oldest daughter had my moms middle name so I thought it would only be fair to give my second girl my mother-in-laws middle name.

Diana - posted on 08/11/2009

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I like the names Scarlet or Marlena (pronounced Mar-lane-a like Marlena Dietrich). These were my choices for girls names, but I had two boys-Gavin and Tristen. Best of luck. By the way, when you have your little one let us know what you chose.

Lacey - posted on 08/11/2009

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Congratulations! If I had had a girl, I would have named her Caylin (you can spell it many ways as well...Kaylin, Kailyn, Caylin, Caylyn......)

Alison - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughters name is Lauren Jane, I know it was popular a few years ago but i haven't heard it for a while. My secound daughter is Ellie another popular name. Good luck in your decission making.

Andrea - posted on 08/11/2009

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Congrats on the baby girl! My baby girls name is Piper Elizabeth, I also had Riley Nicole picked out. You can think of all kinds of names and what they mean but you will know what to name her when you see her. I was determined to name my son Ian, that's how all the baby shower invites were filled out and when I saw him, he was definitly not an Ian. I named him Aiden Kalani. Aiden is irish for firey, and his middle name kalani is Hawaiian, for of the heavens.

Andrea - posted on 08/11/2009

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Congrats on the baby girl! My baby girls name is Piper Elizabeth, I also had Riley Nicole picked out. You can think of all kinds of names and what they mean but you will know what to name her when you see her. I was determined to name my son Ian, that's how all the baby shower invites were filled out and when I saw him, he was definitly not an Ian. I named him Aiden Kalani. Aiden is irish for firey, and his middle name kalani is Hawaiian, for of the heavens.

Coleen - posted on 08/11/2009

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I like the name nevaeh.wanted that name for my little girl,it's heaven backwards.but i ended up with marley

Sharon - posted on 08/11/2009

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How about some of these names i've come across over my time working with 2 - 4 year olds at preschools.....



1) Beau (Pronounced Bow)

2) Sharina

3) Esme (pronounced Ez-me)

4) Celina (Pronounced Sell-e-na)

5) Liza (Pronounced Lee-za)

6) Leah-Amber

7) Sky

8) Ashlea (pronounced Ash lee)

9) Lacey (pronounced lay ci)

10) Cecia (pronouced Ses-e-a)

All the best with your little one xxx

Katie - posted on 08/11/2009

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We have decided on the name Nylah for a girl. My partner was the one who suggested it and i just loved the name as soon as he said it as i thought that its really unusual but nice at the same time

Deanna - posted on 08/11/2009

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my daughters name is Bianca, i also like these names Destany, Amaya, Katlen, Kaylin, Katrina, Cleo. just a few for you to think about. Or maybe you can make a name up with both your moms or grandmothers names. just a thought good look to the both of you and that she come into this world with the best of luck and love.

Christina - posted on 08/11/2009

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My little girls name is Lylah Kairi. I loved that name. My Husband is native american and the use name like Sparrow, Tacora, Sage, Summer, Nevaeh. Im sure when u see you lil girl for the first time, the name will come to you. God Bless and good luck

Jenny - posted on 08/11/2009

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I like the name Lillyanna. I read that name in a book once, and have loved it ever since!! Congratulations!!!!!!

Sue - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughter's name is Ireland Rhys, but some think that is a far out name...Names that I like that friends and family have named their girls: Valerie, Jillian, Abby, Payton, Ava, Darby, Addison, Samantha...Whatever you decide to name her, it will be perfect for her! Congratulations and best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy!!

Lorrie - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughter's name is Jenah, but I also like Sage, Lydia (more classical), Kathryn (with a twist). I like Abigail too, but if you are going to call her Abby then name her Abby. Good Luck!

Lynn - posted on 08/11/2009

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I named my daughter Lainie Brook... I think you have to go with a name that just clicks for you. I knew the moment I was having a girl with my first daughter that it was going to be Zoe Ann....at the time no one had that name. She went all the way through elementary school and no one had the name Zoe and so far in Middle school no one has that name...With Lainie our second I took my middle name Laine and my husbands name Brook and put them together for Lainie Brook..and no one has that yet in her first year of school....

Ruth - posted on 08/11/2009

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My daughter's name is Paige i rilly loved the name because it's unique n not comon, i also like Kyla, Jada n Bethany.

Kelly - posted on 08/11/2009

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I too wanted a classic name for my daughter (now almost 17). We chose Hillary Katherine, and it suits her well. Her name means "cheerful", has been in use over 100 years and she has never had more than 2-3 girls in any school with the same name. :) Good luck and congratulations!

Mary - posted on 08/11/2009

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I have a 13 year old named Elsa Katharyn and a 6 year old named Madelyn Grace

Linda - posted on 08/11/2009

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The name i really liked for a girl when my daughter was expecting was Tanisha...not heard it very much...but alas she had a boy who we called Louis Francisco...good luck with your search!!

Linda

Sarah - posted on 08/10/2009

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myia, constance, clarie-maree, kate, april, annu, anne, annabelle, isabella, ella, bella

Andromeda - posted on 08/10/2009

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What about Andromeda? That is my name and I have never met anyone else with it :) I was named after the princess in the classic movie "Clash of the Titans". It is also a galaxy and constellation.

Noelle - posted on 08/10/2009

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Our name we didn't get to use b/c both are boys! Peyten. Our neighbor's little girl is Linden.

Cathy - posted on 08/10/2009

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I have a friend that just named her baby girl 'Arden". I asked my family and they came up with.........Annabell........Chrystal......Saffron.......Sandra............Gwendalyn.........

Kendil.....Jaqlyn......... My grandaughters names are Sarah Jane and Jenny Berlyn (due Dec 5th). Good luck and congradulations.

Lisa - posted on 08/10/2009

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I'm a teacher and wouldn't name my daughters any kid I taught so I tried to be original with Kelsey Lynne who is 7and Kylie Rae who is 3 ( my students came up with that one) Kylie's the one in my pic :)

Sam - posted on 08/10/2009

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my husband named all our 4 children, our 2 girls are layla and lucy...i got to pick the middle names...i i choose jenni after my best friend in the whole world, and avalon meaning island (they were born on a tiny island in the sth pacific)

Chrissy - posted on 08/10/2009

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I really liked Cambria and I would have used it if I didn't birth a boy! Also like Aubrey, Audrey, Josalyn, Peyton

User - posted on 08/10/2009

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HA ME AGAIN. I HAVE 4 DAUGHTERS AND NOT SONS. YES EEEEKKKK! BUT I THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE THE OTHERS NAMES TOO. SAVANA, KARA, TORIANA

GOOD LUCK!

User - posted on 08/10/2009

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MY OLDEST DAUGHTERS NAME IS AVYLINA MELAI PRONOUNCE THE FIRST "A" AS SHORT "A" AND THE "Y" IS THE "E" SOUND SO IS THE "I" . SO MANY PEOPLE PRONOUNCE IT WRONG SO I THOUGHT I WOULD WRITE THE CORRECT WAY TO SAY IT. HER MIDDLE NAME IS A HAWIIAN NAME "MEL" IS LIKE YOU WOULD SAY MELISSA AND THE "AI" IS THE LONG A SOUND.

I THINK IT'S UNIQUE IN EVERY WAY HOPE YA LIKE IT!

ps. WE CALL HER "AVY" FOR SHORT

CONGRATS!!!! TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!

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My 10 year old daughter is Talia Nekole , other then the young woman who I met that I got the name from I have yet to meet another

ROXANNA - posted on 08/10/2009

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MY DAUGHTERS NAME IS MAGGIE. SHE LOVES HER NAME! IT'S CLASSIC AND NOT A NAME SHE CAN GET MADE FUN OF (VERY IMPORTANT TO KIDS!!) GOOD LUCK

Patricia - posted on 08/10/2009

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If my son had been a girl I would either have named heeh, Phoebe or Chloe. I love those names.I did have a daughter named Hannah Angelica...

Kim - posted on 08/10/2009

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Lillian or Amelia...there are plenty of alternatives to shorten those if you so wished...Congratulations! Please post what you do pick :)

Kim - posted on 08/10/2009

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Lillian or Amelia...there are plenty of alternatives to shorten those if you so wished...Congratulations! Please post what you do pick :)

Shay - posted on 08/10/2009

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I like my name...Shay...I can't say I really liked it when I was younger, but now I do, I get a lot of compliments on it and it's unusual enough that everyone remembers it.

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Congrats, My daughters name is "Julissa Zurey" (Zurey is pronounced like Suri)

She fits that name perfect, shes beautiful, smart, kind heart, and I feel her name defines "Julissa" and more.

Good luck ...

Also if I ever have another daughter, lol

I have the name "Mariella Zurey" chosen already for her.



p.s. my middle name is "Zurey" so I feel thats since men have Jr's I can also share my middle name that my mother chose for me.

Julst an idea.

Best of luck!

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