Common nicknames for girls include Abby, Emma, Isa and Bella. These nicknames are short versions of Abigail, Emily and Isabella, names currently among the top 10 most popular for girls according to 2015 U.S. Social Secur... More »

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Examples of cool nicknames for girls include "Dimples," "Peaches," "Mooncake" and "Jellybean." Other nickname ideas for girls are "Pop Tart," "Snowflake" and "Skittles." Many female nicknames are based on sweet foods and... More »

While there aren't many Irish nicknames that specifically reference Irish girls, one that does is "Bridget." This nickname came about as a result of many Irish immigrants working as domestic servants. More »

Some nicknames for girls named Amber use mostly the first syllable and include Amb, Ambi, Ambie, Amba, Ambs, Ambz, Amby and Ammy. Other nicknames add to this relatively short name such as Amberly, Amberella or Amberosa. ... More »

Cute names for girl puppies, listed alphabetically, include Annie, Amber, Abby, Buzzy, Buffy, Bessie, Baby, Coco, Cookie, Chloe, Daisy, Emma, Fanny, Fluffy, Holly, Iris, Jelly Bean, Katie, Lily, Maggie, Nellie, Patsy, Po... More »

Charlie, Alex, Abby and Katie are popular nicknames for children with classic names such as Charles, Alexander, Abigail and Katherine. Trends for baby nicknames include "ee" sounds for girls, such as Addie, Maddie and Mi... More »

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The average 6-month-old baby boy weighs between 16 and 19 pounds while 6-month-old baby girls weigh between 15 and 18.5 pounds. These numbers are based on weights between the 25th and 75th percentiles. More »