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30 Of The Most Glamorous Girl Names Moms Should Steal Before Their Friends Do

There are many little ladies out there who adore playing dress-up and like to feel pretty. They are the daughters that always want to wear glitter or spin in circles in front of the mirror admiring their reflection. They are the girls that insist that their entire wardrobe be filled with pink clothes. They might just have been made with an extra dose of sugar and spice and everything nice.

If you’re an expectant parent who is having a girl, it’s important to select a name that will make her know just how treasured she is. You may be seeking a moniker that will ensure she'll always feels just how special she is to you.

If you’re looking for just the right name for a elegant gal, look no further than the actresses of Old Hollywood. Their glitz and glamor can be a great inspiration and Tinseltown gave us a an entire spectrum of beautiful actresses to choose from. If you want to give her a sophisticated start in life, this list if for you. From feminine and sweet to romantic and sassy, here are 30 glamorous girl names your mommy friends will want to steal.

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30 Audrey

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We couldn’t have a list of glamorous girl names without having Audrey on that list! It’s a classic moniker that would be perfect for those parents who want to give their daughter a sophisticated name. It totally invoked images of old Hollywood, thanks to its association with the actress Audrey Hepburn. She was a stylish icon who starred in such time-honored films as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Roman Holiday.

The name first appeared on the charts in the 1880’s and made a steady climb until it peaked in 1920. Audrey spent some time on the decline but saw a spike in popularity in 2016. It’s been holding its own ever since. We predict that it’s poised to make a comeback in a big way.

The name “Audrey” is of English origin, and it means “Noble Strength”. From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 269,514 babies born with the first name Audrey in the United States. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Audrey is Friday, September 15th, 1871. The highest recorded use of the first name Audrey was in 2013 with a total of 5,588 babies. It ranks #270 of all time.

29 Vivien

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Vivien is one of those “old lady cool”names that the hipster parents are flocking to. The moniker gives a wink to old Hollywood starlet, Vivien Leigh, who was an English actress. She was most recognizable in the role of Scarlet O'Hara in the 1939 film, Gone With The Wind. We all remember her as the raven-haired beauty who lit up the screen with her glamour.

The title was also made popular most recently when Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt named their twin daughter Vivian. The name found it's place back on the charts after their little girl was born. More and more kiddos are being given the lovely moniker. Parents who want a feminine name would be smart to circle this one.

The name "Vivien" is of French origin, and means"Alive". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 5,811 babies born with the first name Vivien in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1885 when it was given as a first name to 5 babies. The highest recorded use of the first name Vivien was in 2014 with a total of 248 babies.

28 Harlow

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Harlow is a distinctive name that would make your daughter stand out in a crowd. The moniker would pay homage to actress Jean Harlow, who gained fame in Old Hollywood.

She was a wisecracking platinum blond who won audiences over with her beauty and hilarious comedic timing. The way the name simply rolls of the tongue is simply alluring.

Celebrities are really fond of this one. Reality star, Nicole Richie and her husband Joel Madden named their daughter Harlow. Patricia Arquette also picked it for her little girl. So, your daughter would be on-trend yet somehow ahead off the curb as well. Harlow is a totally bold choice that would be fitting for a sassy gal.

The name "Harlow" is of English origin, and it means "From the mound of the people". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 5,433 babies born with the first name Harlow in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1882 when it was given as first name to 5 newborn babies. The highest recorded use of the first name Harlow was in 2015 with a total of 754 babies. It ranks #3,481 of all time.

27 Lana

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Lana is another name that would suit a little lady. It beckons back to the 1930’s as it was the name of Lana Turner, a starlet from the 1930’s who dazzled audiences with her charm and beauty.

Her alluring personality even earned her the nickname, The Nightclub Queen. Your daughter would light up a room if she was given the name Lana.

Lana burst onto the charts in the early 1900’s and saw a huge spike in popularity in the 1950’s. We could see a resurgence of the name thanks to American singer and songwriter, Lana Del Ray. This one is a very unique moniker that is just waiting to be snatched up once again.

The name "Lana" is of Slavic origin, and means "Light". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 49,335 babies born with the first name Lana in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more in the year 1885 when it was given as a first name to 6 newborn babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Lana is Tuesday, March 21st, 1871. It ranks #984 of all time.

26 Elizabeth

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Elizabeth is one of those names that just seems to be so prim and proper. It's a biblical moniker that has been around for ages but it made this list for its association with the classic Hollywood actress, Elizabeth Taylor. She was best known for her role in the 1950's film, Cat On A Hot Tim Roof. She later played Cleopatra as well. With her violet colored eyes and raven colored hair, Elizabeth was a class act.

The moniker saw a surge in popularity in the 1920's and once again in the 1960's. It's held a steady place on the charts ever since but is due for a triumphant return in our modern times. It has a classic sensibility that would make Elizabeth a timeless choice for your little girl.

The name "Elizabeth" is of Hebrew origin, and it means "God is My Oath". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 1,616,108 babies born with the first name Elizabeth in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 1,948 newborn babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Elizabeth is Thursday, April 23rd, 1863.

25 Sophia

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Sophia is a delicate name that has a feminine ring to it.  We couldn't resist adding it to this list because it was made popular by the wildly beautiful screen actress, Sophia Lorin.

Known for her cat-like green eyes and signature brunette hair, that lady is a show stopper, to this day. Even at 82-years-old, she continues to be as lovely as ever. A little girl named Sophia will draw people in with her charm.

When looking at its place on the name charts, it didn't see popularity for many decades but made a tremendous leap in 2015 and has been rising ever since. Sophia is looking to gain steam and would be a lovely name for your daughter.

The name "Sophia" is of Greek origin, and means "Wisdom". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 305,237 babies born with the first name Sophia in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 138 newborn babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Sophia is Monday, October 15th, 1866. It ranks #230 of all time.

24 Priscilla

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Looking for a prissy name for your little lady? How about Priscilla? This one totally has staying power since it’s been around since biblical times. Priscilla was the name of the woman who housed the apostle Paul in Corinth. So, spiritually-minded parents might be attracted to it. The name was also made famous when Priscilla Presley became the wife of Elvis Presley.

It first gained popularity in the 1940’s when it saw a spike in the charts and then once again in the 1990’s. It’s fallen out of favor as of late and hasn’t since much movement on the charts lately but that just means that it’s waiting for you to reclaim it for your daughter.

"Priscilla" is a name of Latin origin, and means "Ancient". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 117,797 babies born with the first name Priscilla in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 26 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Priscilla is Tuesday, July 16th, 1867. It ranks #569 of all time.

23 Grace

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Grace would be such a darling name for a girl. This one found it’s way to this list because of its association with the glamorous film actress, Grace Kelly. She starred along with all the dreamy leading men in the films in the 1950’s and was a style icon. She later married Prince Albert of Monaco and became a real-life Princess. It’s a name that is fit for royalty.

Grace had quite a following on the name charts in the 1920’s and regained steam in the early 2000’s. It may sound a bit old fashioned but it’s an angelic name that would suit only the most graceful of little girls. It would also make quite a lovely middle name.

The name "Grace" is of Latin origin, and it means "Grace of God". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 476,735 babies born with the first name Grace in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 988 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Grace is Saturday, August 30th, 1823.

22 Amelia

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The name Amelia might just be attractive to parents who are seeing an adventurous moniker for their daughter. It sounds girly and gallant when it is spoken aloud. Perhaps the most famous person bearing this name is Amelia Earhart, an American aviation pioneer and the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

I'm almost certain that a kid that has been given the name Amelia will be just as headstrong and determined. A cute nickname for this one would be "Millie". Although, it's pretty enough to stand on its own.

Amelia entered the scene in the late 1880's and has been slowly rising on the name charts.  It peaked in the early 2000's but is set to keep on going. It's a classic name that hearkens to bygone times but it's totally finding it's placed in our current day.

The name "Amelia" is of Latin origin, and it means "To Strive or Excel or Rival". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 156,937 babies born with the first name Amelia in the United States. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Amelia is Friday, December 6th, 1867.

21 Brigitte

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Brigitte is a dramatic name that would be just right for parents seeking a gorgeous moniker for their daughter. It was first made famous by the powerhouse, Brigitte Bardot, who was a singer, actress, dancer, and model in the 1950’s. Even today at the age of 82, she is still a lovely woman. A girl name Brigitte will have a deep passion for life. It's a glamorous pick, for sure.

It was a wildly popular name in the 1960's and saw a huge rise on the charts during that decade. It fell off the charts after that but we think that it's poised to make a comeback and we'll be seeing more and more little girls named Birgitte on the playground.

The name "Brigitte" is of French origin, and it means "Exalted, lofty". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 8,498 babies born with the first name Brigitte in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1946 when it was given as a first name to 5 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Brigitte is Saturday, October 19th, 1878. It ranks #2691 of all time.

20 Ava

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Ava is a darling name that is short and sweet, just like your little bundle of joy. The moniker became well known by the film actress, Ava Gardner, who was known for being a free spirit. Her most notable role was in the 1946 film, The Killers. Her striking beauty and sultry voice became her trademarks.

A girl named Ava will not only be glamorous but have a good head on her shoulders as well.

It was surprisingly non-existent on the charts for many years until it had a sudden surge in 2000. It's a time-honored name that has a vintage feel to it but fits easily into our current day. It's most popular for little girls living in Delaware, Nevada, and New Hampshire.

The name "Ava" is of Latin origin, and it means "Like a Bird". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 218,673 babies born with the first name Ava in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 13 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Ava is Tuesday, February 22nd, 1870.

19 Josephine

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Josephine is a spunky name that has tons of glamour. A girl with this moniker would be topping her hat to Josephine Baker. She was an entertainer, singer, and dancer who gained popularity in 1920's France. The star performed in America in the Ziegfield Follies but returned to France to marry Jean Lion.

During World War II, Baker volunteered for the Red Cross. She eventually worked for the French Resistance and was the ultimate political bad girl when she hid secret messages in her sheet music. She was awarded two of France's highest military honors for her works. A girl named Josephine will be smart and talented.

It was most widely used in the 1920’s but recently saw a slight bump on the charts in 2016. It’s a name that is dramatic and pretty all at once.

The name "Josephine" is of French origin, and it means "God will increase". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 299,575 babies born with the first name Josephine in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 544 new born babies. It ranks #237of all time.

18 Annabel

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Parents who are in search of an adorable name for their daughter might want to circle the moniker Annabel. It sounds both sweet and romantic, drawing inspiration from the poem, Annabel Lee written by Edgar Allen Poe. The title is also quite regal as it has been a royal name in Scotland since the twelfth century. A little girl named Annabel will be quite the charmer.

It premiered on the charts in the 1960's and was virtually unused until it jumped in popularity in 2015. It's ripe for the picking and would be a great choice. It's most used by the folks in the states of Texas and California. Yet, we think it's a cute name for any region.

"Annabel" is a name of Scottish origin, and it means "Beautiful grace". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 12,871 babies born with the first name Annabel in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given to 13 new born babies. The highest recorded use of the first name was in 2014 with a total of 714 babies. Annabel is the 2,122nd most popular name of all time

17 Naomi

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A name that packs a seriously glamorous punch is Naomi. It is super girly but is also fierce, in a subtle way. Many stunning women have been given this moniker such as Supermodel, Naomi Campbell.

It is also the title of the very talented actress, Naomi Watts. Your little girl will take a bite out of life and will no doubt, be a go-getter.

The name emerged on the charts in the 1920's and slipped for a little bit but is slowly gaining recognition once again. Naomi is a popular in Hawaii, West Virginia, and Oklahoma. Be sure to claim this  one. You won't regret bestowing such a sophisticated moniker to your dainty little girl.

"Naomi" is a name of Hebrew origin, and it means "Beautiful, Gentle". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 149,371 babies born with the first name Naomi in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 32 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Naomi is Monday, December 2nd, 1867. Naomi is the 479th most popular name of all time.

16 Violet

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The name Violet would be a perfect choice for parents who love all things floral. These hardy purple blooms grow in clusters and need very little attention to thrive.

They are self-sufficient and strong. Violet would be an alluring moniker for your daughter. A little girl given this name will be capable of overcoming any and all obstacles.

It has a serious retro vibe as it was a popular name in the 1920's. Your daughter will be a timeless beauty as the name is holding it's own these days and is just waiting for you to snatch it right up. It is mostly used by parents in North Dakota, South Dakota, and West Virginia.

The name "Violet" is of English origin, and it means "Purple/blue flower". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 127,793 babies born with the name Violet in the United States. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name is Saturday, November 28th, 1868.

The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Violet is Saturday, November 28th, 1868. According to the 1921 U.S. Social Security Administration data, the name ranks 97th in popularity as a baby girl's name in Vermont.

15 Emma

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Emma might just be one of the sweetest names of all time. Jane Austen claimed the title for the heroine of her classic book, Emma. So, it's perfect for literary-minded parents. It was also the name that Rachel and Ross gave their daughter on the show, Friends.

The moniker has gained momentum thanks to actresses like Emma Stone and Emma Watson. It’s dainty, cute, and has a ton of staying power.

This name reached its peak on the charts in 2001 but has held it's own as time goes on. It's a perfectly polished moniker that would suit any little lady. We think that Emma is a name that will grow and mature with your daughter throughout her life.

"Emma" is a name of Latin origin, and it means "Universal". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 616,090 babies born with the first name Emma in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 2,013 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Emma is Thursday, April 30th, 1863. It ranks #93 of all time.

14 Charlotte

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Charlotte is one of those names that just sounds lovely and feminine. It may evoke images of the spider in E.B. White’s children’s book, Charlotte’s Web. It also saw a huge jump in popularity thanks to the character of the same name in the Sex and the City franchise. A spunky nickname for a girl with this one would be Lottie.

The name "Charlotte" is of English origin, and it means "Free".

The name had some traction in the 1940's and has been laying low for a few decades. We think that it has a bright future ahead as more and more parents are opting for this precious name. It gained some serious momentum in 2016 and has been on the upswing as of late.. You'd be smart to claim it for your daughter before someone else does. It's mostly used in West Virginia, Vermont, and Maine.

It's a name commonly given to girls. The highest recorded use of the name "Charlotte" was in 2015 with a total of 11,332 babies. According to the 1945 U.S. Social Security Administration data, the name "Charlotte" ranks #69 in popularity as a baby girl's name in Montana. There have been 323K girls with this moniker in the US since 1880.

13 Isla

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Isla is a captivating name that would be a perfect choice for expectant mom and dads that are on the lookout for a cosmopolitan title for the daughter. It’s an old-fashioned moniker that is loved by urban parents. A famous person with this name is the actress, Isla Fisher, the fiery red head that has starred in many romantic comedies. Isla is a sassy moniker that would be a dreamy option for a little girl.

It's a totally fresh option as it wasn't even on the charts for a long time until it sky-rocketed in 2015.

The folks in Minnesota, Vermont, and Alaska are huge fans of Isla as it's most popular in these states. You'd be wise to put it on your short list.

"Isla" is a name of Scottish origin, and it means "Island". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 13,194 babies born with the name Isla in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1886 when it was given as a first name to 7 babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Isla is Tuesday, September 3rd, 1872.

12 Katharine

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Perhaps one of the strongest names for a girl is Katharine. The late American actress, Katharine Hepburn, personified this moniker with her outspoken personality and stark beauty. She starred in many classic and successful films through out her career and was well known for wearing pants instead of the traditional dress of women at the time. A girl named Katharine will be independent.

The name "Katharine" is of Greek origin, and it means "Pure".

It is also the given name of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Parents who bestow this title to their daughter might want to shorten it like she did and call their little girl Kate. It was used often in the 1980's and slipped on the charts but is due to find it's way back on the charts once again.

From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 40,774 babies born with the first name Katharine in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 76 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Katharine is Tuesday, July 9th, 1867.

11 Faye

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Another name for a polished little girl is Faye. The moniker is associated with the amazing and talented actress, Faye Dunaway. Known for her high cheekbones and classic beauty, Faye has the brains to go with that face and often played brazen and tough women.

She’s smart, chic, and classy. A girl named Faye would be a force to be reckoned with.

This soft sounding name emerged on the charts in 1880 and saw it's peak in the 1940's and 50's before it all but vanished from the charts. Those who adore would be smart to claim it because it's an understated moniker that is poised to resurface once again. It saw a slight uptick in 2016.

The name "Faye" is of French origin, and it means "Fairy or Elf". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 67,860 babies born with the first name Faye in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 8 new born babies. The highest recorded use of the first name Faye was in 1943 with a total of 1,467 babies. The name Faye ranks #819 of all time.

10 Julianne

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Julianne is an elegant and noble sounding name that would be just right for a little princess. It’s a fancier version of the popular moniker, Julia and is the feminine form for the male name, Julian. Expectant moms and dads who are in search of a ladylike title might be attracted to this one. It gives a nod to the two-time winner of the televised competition, Dancing With The Stars, Julianne Hough. Another actress with this name is the beautiful, Julianne Moore.

This is one of those names that has totally held its place with dignity on the charts. It claimed a spot in the year 1920 and has traveled up and down over the decades.

It's slipped recently but that just means that your daughter will be ahead of the curve if you name her Julianne.

"Julianne" is a name of French origin, and it means "Feminine form of Julian". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 29,002 babies born with the first name Julianne in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1912 when it was given as a first name to 7 new born babies. It ranks #1376 of all time.

9 Celeste

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Parents who want to give their daughter a celestial name might be attracted to the name Celeste. It just somehow sounds lovely and feminine when you say it aloud. Spiritually minded parents will appreciate the meaning.

The name "Celeste" is of Latin origin and it means "Heavenly".

How divine is that? I'm pretty sure that a little girl with this moniker will be totally angelic and sweet.

It's an uncommon choice that first saw popularity in the 1960's and saw a big comeback in the early 2000's and is set to continue rising. Girls with this name can most commonly be found in Arizona, Mexico, and Hawaii. Yet, no matter where you live, a child given this name will be a stargazer, for sure. It's an ethereal title that would be a great fit for your daughter.

From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 55,460 babies born with the first name Celeste in the United States. The highest recorded use of the Celeste was in 2004 with a total of 1,634 babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Celeste is Tuesday, December 29th, 1868. It ranks #911 of all time.

8 Rosalie

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Another retro name that is totally glam is Rosalie. Be sure to keep a close eye out for this one. Mom and dads seeking a sophisticated title will flock to it. It peaked in popularity in 1930’s and saw a resurgence during the height of Twilight mania. Rosalie Hale was the name of one of the characters in the series and many parents drew inspiration from the stunning vampire.

The moniker has been holding it’s own ever since and is expected to continue it’s impressive rise. It's a softer version of other variation, Rozalyn or Rosemary. The title is totally on-trend as botanical names are seeing a surge in popularity.

It's a jazzed up version of the simple, Rose. Little girls given this name are mostly found in West Virginia, New York, and New Mexico.

"Rosalie" is a name of French origin, and it means "Rose". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 68,660 babies born with the first name Rosalie in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 39 new born babies. Rosalie is the 810th most popular name of all time.

7 Imogen

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A blast from the past that has been rising in the charts is Imogen. For good reason too, it's absolutely stunning. This one has a funny story behind it as Shakespeare used the title Imogen for a character in the play, Cymbeline. He was originally inspired by the British queen, Innogen.

The name was accidentally misspelled when it was printed and Imogen was created. It was a happy mistake because it is a distinctive moniker that is due for a comeback. Its last heyday was in the 1920’s.

You better act quickly if you're interested in it, though. Imogen has been claiming it's spot on the charts ever since it resurfaced in 2016. More and more expectant parents are falling in love with this one. All of the hipster parents are rediscovering it and bringing it into the spotlight.

"Imogen" is a name of English origin, and it means "Innocent, Girl". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 1,346 babies born with the first name Imogen in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1915 when it was given as a first name to 8 new born babies. Imogen is the 8,470th most popular name of all time.

6 Cecily

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Cecily will make any parent in search of a dainty name take a pause. Both sparkly and cute, it is a title that commands attention. Book lovers might remember the Beatrix Potter bunny of the same name in the collection, Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes. It was also the name of a character in Oscar Wilde’s play, The Importance of Being Earnest. Cecily is made for a girl who has a flair for the dramatic.

When it comes to popularity, the moniker peaked on the charts in 1988 when it hit number 501. Admirers of this one should take heart. That doesn't mean that it's over for Cecily, though. The moniker saw a slight rise recently after years of slipping on the charts. It's uncommon without being weird and would be a whimsical choice for a girly girl.

"Cecily" is a name of English origin, and it means "Blind of Self Beauty". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 7,204 babies born with the first name Cecily in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1911 when it was given as a first name to 5 new born babies. It ranks #2957 in popularity of all time.

5 Victoria

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Victoria is a name that would be fit for royalty and could be just right for your little princess. The moniker was first known when it was given to Queen Victoria who served as Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837, and as Empress of India from 1877, until she passed away in 1891. She had an outspoken nature and any girl named Victoria would live an enchanted life.

The name "Victoria" is of Latin origin, and it means "Winner, Conqueror".

Most recently, the name has become well-known thanks to Victoria Beckham. The posh ex-Spice Girl has put this one back on the map. That might explain why 12,691 girls were given this name in 1993 during the height of the Spice Girls' success. Victoria has fallen a bit but it's still a great option.

From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 473,138 babies born with the first name Victoria in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 93 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Victoria is Wednesday, January 4th, 1865.

4 Anastasia

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Anastasia is a name that would make people stop and take notice of your daughter. It was first claimed by the Greek patron saint of weavers. Spiritually-minded parents might be attracted to the name Anastasia as it is associated with Easter because it means “resurrection.”

It’s a hopeful title and would be just right for a baby born in the springtime. A girl given this name will be a bright light in the world.

It first hit the charts in 1880 when 11 girls were given the moniker. It saw a slight uptick in 1987 until it had a major surge in 2016 when 1694 girls were named Anastasia. It's most widely used in Nevada, Alaska, and Colorado. This one would be a sweet pick for your baby girl.

From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 39,130 babies born with the first name Anastasia in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1880 when it was given as a first name to 10 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Anastasia is Wednesday, January 18th, 1871. Anastasia is the 1,138th most popular name of all time.

3 Ginger

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If you are seeking a spunky and fun name for your future daughter, then Ginger might just be the perfect fit for your little girl. The moniker became beloved by the actress, dancer, and singer, Ginger Rogers. She was well known for her corn-fed good looks. Another very glamorous Ginger was the dazzling character of the same name from the 1960’s television show, Gilligan’s Island. She was a breathy red head played by Tina Louise.

This spicy name emerged on the charts in 1914 when just 8 baby girls were given the name. It's come a long way and peaked in 1971 with 1670 females. Ginger hasn't seen much action lately but it's just so adorable that we think it's due for another resurgence.

The name "Ginger" is of English origin, and it means "Reddish orange color". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 45,743 babies born with the first name Ginger in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1913 when it was given as a first name to 5 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Ginger is Saturday, May 3rd, 1890.

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Sabrina would be a beautiful choice for parents who are drawn to light and airy names. It just sounds ethereal when it rolls off the tongue. The name Sabrina hails from the goddess of the River Severn in Celtic mythology. It was also made famous by the 1990's television sitcom, Sabrina the Teenage Witch. A little girl given this name will feel like a total supreme being in her own right.

This is one of those names that has fluctuated on the name charts ever since it first appeared in 1939 when 6 girls were given the name Sabrina. It spiked to 5816 girls in the year 1997. The moniker is predicted to have a revival soon so you should consider claiming this one.

The name "Sabrina" is of Latin origin, and it means "From the River Severn". From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 134,762 babies born with the first name Sabrina in the United States. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Sabrina is Sunday, December 24th, 1871. The highest recorded use of the first name Sabrina was in 1997 with a total of 5,816 babies. It ranks #512 of all time.

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Of course, the name Meghan must claim the top spot on the most glamorous name list. Although it seems more like a cute title, thanks to the recent royal wedding, this one is about to blow up on the charts. The Duchess of Sussex will surely inspire parents everywhere to name their little girl Meghan.

It's a variation of the more common spelling, Megan. The name is also a diminutive of the more formal, Margaret. The name peaked on the charts in 1984 but will certainly rise again soon. It somehow manages to be totally sassy and regal all at once.

Most importantly, it's the name of an American girl who just became a princess. I can't think of anything more glamorous than that.

"Meghan" is a name of Welsh origin, and it means "Pearl". From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 94,505 babies born with the first name Meghan in the United States. The name was first given to 5 or more babies in the year 1952 when it was given as a first name to 6 new born babies. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the first name Meghan is Sunday, January 5th, 1913.

Resources: Names.org, Nameberry.com

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