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What is the most common English female name?

Top Names Over the Last 100 Years

Males Females
Rank Name Name
1 James Mary
2 Robert Patricia
3 John Jennifer

What are some pretty English girl names?

Along with Evelyn and Avery, other English girls’ names in the US top 100 include Addison, Audrey, Eleanor, Harper, Lillian, Lily, Lucy, Piper, and Scarlett. Baby girl names popular in England include Amelia – a long time number-one name in the United Kingdom — Isla, Charlotte, and Alice.

What is the most beautiful name for a girl?

Top 100 Baby Girl Names

  • Olivia.
  • Amelia.
  • Isla.
  • Ava.
  • Mia.
  • Isabella.
  • Sophia.
  • Grace.

What are some classic English girl names?

Traditional English Girl Names For Your Baby: Anne: It means the one who is of a favored grace. Agnes: It means the one who is pure and holy. Agatha: It means the one who is honorable and good. Alexandra: It means the one who is as brave and fearless as a warrior. Amanda: It means the one who is lovable. Angela: It means the one who is like an angel.

What are the best English names?

English names rank among the top names in the US, the UK, and other English-speaking countries, along with such European countries as Sweden, Germany, and France. Along with Audrey and Jack, classic English names in the US Top 300 include Georgia, Juliet, Lily and Olive for girls, and Emmett, Miles, Oscar, and William for boy.

What are some really unique girl names?

Top 50 Most Unique Girl Names 2017 List Alma (Latin name meaning “Kind, fostering, and nourishing”) Corinna (Greek name meaning “Maiden”) Elora ( Hebrew name meaning “God is light”) Clementine (French name meaning “Mercy, clemency”) Luella (Probable Welsh name meaning “Famous Elf”) Laurel (Latin name, a type of tree)

What are the most common female names?

Common names are different from popular names as they denote names found most widely amongst the entire population, not just used for babies in a single year. Names most common for females in the US over the past century are listed here, with Mary claiming the top spot, followed by Patricia, Jennifer, Linda, and Elizabeth.