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It’s a girl! What will you name her?
Will it be something traditional like Elizabeth, or something unique like Ruby? Whatever the case may be, you need to make sure that your baby has a creative and fancy girl name. You want her to stand out from the crowd when she goes to school. This article is full of unbelievable things about fancy girls names!
What’s in a name?
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, naming is “to give an individual or thing its distinctive designation.” And for some people, it doesn’t get any more unique than this. What’s made up of letters and words like Abegaelle (A-BEG-EAL) that you’ve never even heard before will make your jaw drop when you read through our list!
Check out 14 unbelievable things about fancy girls names below.
Part One: The Letter Z In Between Letters Of Our Alphabet Is Rarely Used But There Are Some Uncommon Girls’ Names That Contain It Like Zahara Or Zamira
Part Two: These 15 Girls’ Names Have The Same Letter Twice Like Nnenna And Ssaje
Part Three: There’s A List Of 30 Famous Women Who Share Their Name With An Animal Like Bobbi Petite, Honey Badger Or Frida Kahlo
These 15 Girls’ Names Have The Same Letter Twice Like Nnenna And Ssaje: Any name can start off like any other word, but it doesn’t always end up sounding the same. Nnenna, for example, doesn’t look anything like “Ssaje.” Other girls’ names with the letter twice in them include Nadeen and Sariya as well as Rashida and Sarina.
The author’s favorite name is Anisa because of how many different meanings that word can have depending on where it originated from or what language is being used to spell it out. It also echoes a lot of other popular girl’s names such as Annie, Anne, Annabelle, Aaliyah, and Anya.
The top ten most popular names for girls are Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Ava, Sophia, Abigail. Mia and Madison
In 2016 there were 3621 births in the US with a total of 1281 different girl’s names used. Out of that number 1648 babies had one of the top ten most popular names as their first name. That comes out to about 51% or almost half! It would be interesting to know what is going on with all those other baby girls born last year who didn’t get any one of these common and trendy girl’s names as their own? Did they go by nicknames instead or come up with something new altogether when given the opportunity?
What are some fancy girl names?
Is there such a thing as “fancy” girls’ names, or is this just an urban legend? If we’re talking about the latter then yes, there’s definitely no shortage of stories floating around on social media about parents naming their daughters things like Apple and Dakota. But if we’re going for the former meaning, then only three people in recorded history have had one – Paris Hilton (born 1980), Zooey Deschanel (1980), and Natalie Portman (1981).
The word “fancy” comes from the Middle English “fancien,” which means to adorn or decorate and could be traced back to the Latin verb “fingere,” meaning to fashion by hand. The Oxford dictionary describes a fancy girl as an attractive woman who is stylishly dressed and groomed for socialising. For example, Beyoncé would undoubtedly fit this definition because she’s always looking fierce in her killer heels and has perfect hair 24/365 days a year. But there are also plenty of people
In the United States, more girls are named Natalie than any other name
Some names have become popular because they sound similar to popular celebrity baby names. Alexandra is a good example of this. The actress Alexis Bledel gave her daughter that name in 2006 and it has since risen up on charts all over the world
For many parents, naming their child after family members or friends who inspire them washes away some of the pressure from finding an “original” name for their newborn. In fact, one study found that 34% of people surveyed had given their children at least one grandparent’s first initial as part of their full name
Many celebrities go outside America to find unique and beautiful feminine monikers for their children.
Some popular examples are: Isabella, Ava and Mia
Some of the most common names for girls in America include Emma, Olivia, Sophia and Madison
If you want to make your daughter’s name unique but still trendy then consider a “hyphen” name. A hyphenated girl’s first and last name together form an entirely new word or phrase that can be used as her full identity just like Sabrina (Serenity) Jane Doe!
A recent survey showed the most popular Chinese girls names were Ariel, Harper and Arianna. These are all different spellings for this same name!
One of the best ways to make your daughter’s name special is by giving it an unusual spelling or meaning which can sometimes result in a very cool nickname, like: Cedar (Cinderella) Marie Woods; Aurora (Olivia); Delilah (Lila). Sometimes you might need to add a letter or two at the end or change one out altogether as with Serenity Jane Doe from Sabrina to come up with something new.
The possibilities are endless!
You also should consider names that sound similar because many people do
1) The name “Fancy” does not always refer to expensive items. In fact, it can also be a nickname for someone with a unique or different style of clothing than what is typically seen as conventional (source).
2) Many names that are considered to be popular female baby names in the United States have origins from other countries. For example, the name “Sophia” has Greek origin and means wisdom while the name “Mary” comes from Hebrew and is associated with being pure (source).
3) A few beautiful girl names come from foreign languages including French like Jolie which translates to pretty another way we get our word “jolly” into English!