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Some popular online fashion games for girls include “Lady Popular Fashion Arena” and “Stella's Dress-Up Fashion Show.” Both of these games are available to play for free without the need to download them. “Stella's Dress-Up Fashion Show” is listed as a popular game on the arcade website Girlsgogames


Southern dog names are derived from names that come from the lower area of the United States. Some possibilities include Bocephus, Cooter and Scarlett.


Some common names for girls include Mary, Patricia and Jennifer. They are the three most popular names for girls over the last 100 years, according to the Social Security Administration.


As of 2015, some popular baby names for girls include Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Ava and Isabella. Mia, Emily, Charlotte, Amelia and Madison are other popular choices, along with Abigail, Harper, Ella and Lily. Chloe, Avery, Zoey and Sophia are also popular options.


One common girl name, as of 2015, is Sophia, which is a Greek name that means "wisdom." Another name is Abigail which is a Hebrew name that means "a father's joy."


You can find the meaning of names for girls by using websites such as BabyNames.net and BehindTheName.com. Each site lets you search through names and provides a quick description of the name's meaning.


One Southern name of a grandmother is "mawmaw," though there are numerous other variations according to other lineages. Some other popular variations include "oma" and "mimsy."


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 France. Many names are derived from words outside of the French language; for ex


The most popular names for girls in the United States are Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella and Ava. The top five names are all traditional ones with the youngest of them being Olivia, which was first used in its modern spelling by William Shakespeare in his 1602 play "Twelfth Night."


In 2014, the top names for female dogs were Bella, Lucy, Molly, Daisy and Maggie. The pet insurance company VPI releases a list of the most popular dog names each year, reports DogTime.com.