The most popular girl names between 1880 and 1889 included Ida, Minnie, Margaret, Elizabeth, Emma, Anna and Mary. Of these, Mary was the most popular name overall, with 91,669 out of 1,399,593 girls receiving it at birth... More »

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The five most common names for girls born in 2014 in Spain are Lucia, Maria, Martina, Paula and Daniela. The five most common names for boys born in 2014 in Spain are Hugo, Daniel, Pablo, Alejandro and Alvaro, according ... More »

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The most popular name for a baby girl in 2009 was Isabella, followed by Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Ava and Emily. Rounding out the top 10 names for baby girls in 2009 are Madison, Abigail, Chloe and Mia. Isabella remained the... More »

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Mary, Patricia, Jennifer, Elizabeth and Linda are the five most popular women's names in America over the last century, according to the Social Security Administration. However, the popularity of women's names varies dep... More »

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Names included in the top 10 names for baby girls in 2014 are Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella and Ava, according to the Social Security Administration. Mia, Emily, Abigail, Madison and Charlotte were the rest. More »

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Some French girl names include Emma, Jade, Chloe, Sarah or Sara, Lea, Manon, Louna or Luna, Ines or Ynes, Lilou or Lylou and Camille, according to the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies, or INSEE, in ... More »

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As of 2015, Violet, Zoe, Samantha, Grace and Anna are some modern American girl names. Others include Ella, Sofia, Lucy and Eva, as well as names with multiple spelling variants, such as Mackenzie, Layla, Leah and Jasmin... More »

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